Guru Gobind Singh consoled him and before departing bestowed upon him three gifts a sword, a waterjug and a rack to hold a religious book for recitation. Kalha kept these articles as sacred relics and so did his son after him. But his grandson is said to have put on the sword during chase. According to Bhai Santokh Singh, Sri Gur Praia? Suraj Granth, he hurt himself with it while attempting to kill a deer and died of the wound thus sustained. In British days, a descendant of the family presented the sword to the English deputy commissioner of Ludhiana. It was ultimately sent to England, where it was kept in the British Museum. The other two relics were preserved in the family until 1947 when it migrated to Pakistan.
1. Saniokh Singh, Bhai, Sn Cur Praia? Surnj Â¬Â»Â»Â»Â«//;. Aniritsar, 1927-33
2. Sukha Singh, Bhai, Gurbild^ Dnsvm PdUlKiln. Lahore, 1912
3. Macaulifie, Max Arthur, The Sikh Religion. Oxford, 1909