Early in 1746, he was involved in a clash with a band of Sikhs which, driven from place to place by Lahore troops, had taken refuge in a thicket, near the village of BaddokT Gosaiari, about 25 km north of Eminabad. Brought to bay in their hideout by Jaspal Rai, they fought desperately. Nibahu Singh, a Rarighrctta Sikh, catching hold of the tail of Jaspat`s elephant leapt on to its back, struck off his head with a single blow of his sword and jumped down liolding it in his hands. Seeing their master killed, the troops fled. Bava Kirpa Ram GosaTri of Baddoki, Jaspat Rai`s religious preceptor, ransomed his head on payment of 500 rupees, and performed the cremation rites. DTwan Lakhpat Rai, vowed to avenge his brother`s death, had a samadh built on the site.
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