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Chhote Sahibzade's Pictorial

Wazir Khan called Sher Mohammad Khan, the Nawab of Malerkotla, and conveyed the Qazi's orders to him, Your brother lost his life at the hands of Guru Gobind Singh. Here is an opportunity for you to wreak your vengeance. The Qazi has sentenced these two sons of Guru Gobind Singh to death and has further ordered that they be bricked up alive. We are handing them over to you for doing the needful
On hearing this Sher Mohammad was dumbfounded. After some pause he said to the Nawab in a faltering voice, This is cruelty! My brother was killed on the battlefield. These innocent boys are not responsible for his death. If we have to take revenge it shall be from the father. God save us from this sinful act.
Saying this he got up and remarked in a mournful tone, 0 God, how cruel !

Therafter-the Nawab ordered that both the boys be sent back to the tower. He directed his officials to arrange for executioners who would brick them alive in between two walls, which may be constructed immediately
The Sahibzadas reached the tower and gave a report of the proceedings of the court to their grandmother. She embraced her grand sons, patted them on their hicks for their courageous and bold stand and said, You have rightly upheld the dignity and honour of your revered grand-father and your valiant father. May God ever abide with you.

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