SHER SIṄGH, leader of a group of Sikh warriors who was rewarded by Gurū Gobind Siṅgh (1666-1708) for his initiative and alacrity in one of the battles of Anandpur. He fell upon a contingent of the Mughal force fatigued after a quick day's action. This sudden attack took the enemy by surprise. The Sikhs overpowered the Mughal troop and robbed it of much of its loot.


    Kuir Siṅgh, Gurbilās Pātshāhī 10. Ed. Shamsher Siṅgh Ashok. Paṭālā, 1968

Major Gurmukh Siṅgh (Retd.)