Suddenly, the handicapped sat straight and started riding the horse. Sage Shankar shrieked inand disbelief. Disguised as a helpless handicapped was the dacoit, Kunver Singh. He had Sage Shankar into taking away his horse.
After theshock, Sage Shankar thought for a while and shouted, `Stop for a minute,’ Kunver Singh did so. He continued `you are taking away something which I treasure and love the most. My precious Navab is going away from me; however I will forgive you for that. But I request you not to narrate this incident to anyone as it may people and no one will ever help the poor and the needy.’
Saying this he turned and went away. Kunver Sigh stood there thinking-`What a great man!the loss of his most precious Navab, he was not resentful. On the contrary, he forgave me. All he thought was of the poor and needy. I have never come across such a forgiving and selfness man.’
Later, in the night, an ashamed Kunver Singh took Sultanand left him where he belonged-to Sage Shankar. He quietly left from there.
In the morning when Sage Shankar saw his Navab he ran and hugged him.