In the afternoon, after taking a dose of cannabis, (Warrior) Sukha Singh (carpenter) did go on a round. Though being a foster son of (warrior) Sham Singh, he was a native of village Mari-Kambo. Thereafter, without consulting any of his companions, did he cross to the other side of the river Ravi. He was followed by a few other (Nihang) Singhs, Without keeping a proper count of those who followed.   As they approached the camp of Abdali’s troops, they did camouflage themselves among the bushes. As the Singhs refreshed themselves with waters of Ravi, there was a lot of commotion among the Abdali troops.

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