SUDDH SIṄGH, one of the twenty-two sūbās, lit. governors or deputies, appointed by the Kūkā leader, Bābā Rām Siṅgh, to look after missionary work in different parts, was born in Ambālā district in 1830. His father's name was Rām Siṅgh. Suddh Siṅgh was initiated into the Kūkā faith by Bābā Bālak Siṅgh of Hazro, the founder of the sect.


  1. Gaṇḍā Siṅgh, Kūkīāṅ dī Vithiā. Amritsar, 1944
  2. Fauja Siṅgh, Kuka Movement. Delhi, 1965
  3. Ahluwālīā, M.M., Kukās : the Freedom Fighters of the Punjab. Bombay, 1965

M. L. Āhlūwālīā