SĀVAL SIṄGH, a Randhāvā Jaṭṭ, received the vows of the Khālsā about 1750 and joined the Bhaṅgī misl. He fought for his chief Harī Siṅgh in several of his campaigns. Within a few years he came to possess a large tract of country on the left bank of the Rāvī, including Ajnālā and Chamiārī. Sāval Siṅgh was killed in a battle leaving no issue.


    Griffin, Lepel, The Punjab Chiefs. Lahore, 1890

G. S. Nayyar