Dulla Bhatti

Dulla Bhatti (popularly referred to as the “Son of Punjab” or “Robin Hood of Punjab”, sometimes spelled Dulha Bhatti and also known as Rai Abdullah Bhatti) is a folk hero who came from the Punjab region of Medieval India and led a revolt against Mughal rule during the reign of the Mughal King Akbar.

He is mostly absent from the recorded history of the time, and the only evidence of his existence comes from Punjabi folk songs, as per Rajput Court and Sikh sources. Dulla Bhati was a Muslim Rajput whose father was a local zamindar. Dulla Bhatti lived at Pindi Bhattian in Punjab and came from a family of hereditary local rural chiefs of the zamindar class.

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