As the Nawab’s troops lost most of their sheen and morale, the nawab felt extremely worried in his own heart.
Thereafter, the Nawab sent a message through horse-mounted messengers, that he was under severe attack without Khalsa Panth’s support. Thereafter, did the Khalsa Panth send a message,that Khalsa Panth’s timing of attack was slightly different. Their routine included partaking of a dose of cannabis, Followed by a stroll and ablutions in the afternoon.
Thereafter, as the Khalsa Panth Singhs tie their turbans, they keep reciting the sacred Gurbaani along side. As the Divine Guru himself joins them during that hour, he ensures the Khalsa Panth’s victory over their enemies. In the meantime, did the Singhs get ready for a fight, as they picked up their arms after partaking a heavy dose of cannabis. The frontline positions did these charged Singhs take up, as they had vowed to participate in that ideological war.
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