Sah Mal ( –1857) was a rebel at the time of the Indian Rebellion of 1857, based out of the village of Bijrol, Uttar Pradesh.:209 He led the Jats of Baraut in rebellion against the East India Company.
In June 1857, Sah Mal seized 500 head of cattle, and collected escaped convicts and other locals and formed a force. On 18 July, British forces came under attack as they approached the village of Baraut. A group of fighters led by Sah Mal took up positions in a nearby orchard, and came under pressed attack by a Rifles unit. The Jat formation broke, and were attacked on the flank by mounted troops. Hand-to-hand combat ensued, during with Sah Mal was killed.
- District Gazetteers of the United Provinces of Agra and Oudh. 1904.
- Henry George Keene (1883). Fifty-Seven: Some Account of the Administration in Indian Districts During the Revolt of the Bengal Army. W.H. Allen. pp. 29–.
- District Gazetteers of the United Provinces of Agra and Oudh. 1904. pp. 178–.