SUJĀN SIṄGH, son of Amrīk Siṅgh of the village of Dhiānpur in Amritsar district, belonged to Ḍallevālīā misl. He was one of the claimants who figured in the partition of Sirhind territory of the Sikhs after the fall of the town in 1764. He along with his two brothers, Mān Siṅgh and Dān Siṅgh, seized the parganahs or tracts of Dharamkoṭ and Māṛī situated to the south of the Sutlej. The descendants of Sujān Siṅgh held jāgīrs at Shāhkoṭ for a long time.


    Lepel, Griffin, The Punjab Chiefs. Lahore,1890

G. S. Nayyar