Sant Kishan Singh Ji, also known as 'Chhote Sant Ji Maharaj'
was born at Masitan, district Sirsa (Haryana) on 24th
December 1900 in the household of Sardar Pala Singh and Mata
The early years of his life were
spent in performing worldly responsibilities. Although he
didn't receive any formal education, he learned from the
village hermits Sant Surmukh Dass and Tota Ram to read and
write "Gurmukhi" and also took lessons to recite the Gurbani
of Guru Granth Sahib.
In his youth, he joined the ranks
of artillery of Patiala. Along with the artillery priest
Gurbaksh Singh, he undertook the charge of attending the
service of Guru Granth Sahib.
Co-incidentally, many soldiers of
the Patiala artillery were the followers of Sant Attar Singh
Ji of Reru Sahib. He too joined the coterie and became a
disciple of Sant Attar Singh.
After serving ten years in the
artillery, he relinquished his services in 1926, gave up the
worldly attachments and came under the aegis of Sant Attar
Singh Ji at Reru Sahib.
After Sant Attar Singh Ji left for
his heavenly abode, he set out on a pilgrimage, in the
Sant Isher Singh Ji.
In 1927 both settled at the desolate hillocks of
Here, Sant Kishan Singh Ji undertook and handled all the
services at the Gurdwara and set
Sant Isher Singh Ji
free of all of all these responsibilities. When the latter
left his mortal world of eternity the whole responsibility
of preaching came upon his shoulders along with other
services i.e. managing and running of this institution. Like
his 'Guru-bhai' (Sant
Isher Singh Ji) he too
travelled far and wide (England, Canada and other countries)
in order to propagate Sikhism. In the year 1977 he
instituted a trust to organize and coordinate the services
at the Gurdwara. On 1st January 1990, Sant Kishan Singh Ji
resigned his being and left us for the heavenly abode. On
3rd January 1990, his body was also submerged in the river
Sutlej at Gurdwara Bibhaur Sahib.