He was born into a Randhawa Jat Family, He belonged to an affluent Zamindari family. He was very fond of wielding weapons since childhood and was also fond of riding horses. Chaudhari Sawal Singh received the vows of the Khalsa about 1750 and joined the Bhangi misl. He fought for his chief Hari Singh in several of his campaigns. Within a few years he came to possess a large tract of country on the left bank of the Ravi, including Ajnala and Chamiari. Sawal Singh was killed in a battle leaving no issue.

References :-

  • L.H Griffin, , The Punjab Chiefs. Lahore, 1890
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