PAÑJĀB SIṄGH, son of Shām Siṅgh, a banker in the village of Gharjākh, near Gujrāṅwālā , enlisted in the force of Fateh Siṅgh Kāliaṅvālā as a trooper. After the death of his patron, Fateh Siṅgh, in 1807, in the battle of Naraingaṛh, he went over to Mahārājā Raṇjīt Siṅgh, who placed him in a regiment and gave him in jāgīr the villages of Aimā and Fatehpur in Amritsar district. Pañjāb Siṅgh took part in various campaigns of the Mahārājā. After the conquest of Multan in 1818, he was granted additional jāgīrs subject to the service of 125 horse. On his death, his only son, Kāhn Siṅgh, being a minor, his jāgīrs were resumed by the State.


    Griffin, Sir Lepel, The Punjab Chiefs. Lahore, 1890

Sardār Siṅgh Bhāṭīā