Said Khan had heard many marvellous stories about the Guru`s spiritual power and had secretly cherished in his heart a wish to meet him in person. Now that he was face to face with him, Said Khan was so much impressed by the Guru`s presence that all intent of war vanished from his heart. Dismounting his horse, he touched the Guru`s stirrup to do homage to him. Guru Gobind Singh blessed him and he quietly left the field. He became a recluse and spent the rest of his life in prayer.
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