SĀVAN SIṄGH, a cousin of Dasaundhā Siṅgh and Saṅgat Siṅgh of the Nishānāvālī misl, distinguished himself by his heroic deeds in the latter half of the eighteenth century. He participated in the partition of the territory of Sirhind which was captured by the Sikhs in January 1764. He appropriated to himself several villages around Sauṇṭī where he finally settled down. His descendants lived at Mansūrvāl in Fīrozpur district.


    Griffin, Lepel, The Punjab Chiefs. Lahore, 1890

G. S. Nayyar