KARAM SIṄGH DULLŪ, an eighteenth century Bhaṅgī sardār, was the chief of Jhaṅg district, along the River Chenāb. He commanded about 2,000 cavalry and 1,000 infantry as a permanent force, and could on occasions muster 6,000 horse and 3,000 foot. He had eight strong forts in his territory. Karam Siṅgh had seized this territory from Siāls, a warlike Muslim tribe.


    Gupta, Hari Ram, History of the Sikhs, vol. IV. Delhi, 1982

Sardār Siṅgh Bhāṭīā