It brings out the utmost faith and devotion of the queen and wife of Rana Udai Sain of Bibhor when majority of the hill chiefs and the Mughal authorities were fighting pitched battles with the Khalsa forces of Guru Gobind Singh. She was the daughter of the ruler of Nahan who had married Rana Udai Sain on the Rana’s Royal house would never come into confrontation with Guru Gobind Singh. This small tract in dialogue form evokes feelings of faith and devotion of the devout Non-Sikhs for the tenth Sikh. It also brings out the spiritual glory of the Guru and his warrior like qualities. The work is tribute to the Saint-soldier Guru Gobind Singh.