DŪLĀ SIṄGH (d. 1857), son of Khushāl Siṅgh, was a cavalry officer in the Sikh army. He was most of the time employed on the Afghān frontier, and received severe wounds in the expedition against Dost Muhammad Khān. This forced him to retire, on a jāgīr, from active service while still a young man.

         Dūlā Siṅgh died in 1857 at his native village Kalāsvālā, in Siālkoṭ district, leaving behind six sons.


    Griffin, Lepel and C. F. Massy, Chiefs and Families of Note in the Punjab. Lahore, 1909

G. S. Nayyar