MALŪK SIṄGH converted to the Kūkā or Nāmdhārī faith in 1864. With a band of 50 of his companions, he set up what he called a Kūkā government in his village, Tharājvālā, in Fīrozpur district, by declaring British rule as having ended. He was arrested and imprisoned for this.


  1. Fauja Singh, Kuka Movement. Delhi, 1965
  2. Gaṇḍā Siṅgh, Kukīāṅ dī Vithiā. Amritsar, 1944

M. L. Āhlūwālīā