|1710||Khalsa army fought a pitched battle and captured Rahon.|
Shamas Khan, the sub-Governor of the Lullander-Doab zone declared jehad against the Sikhs to check their rapid advances. As a result a pitched battle was founght. Under the cover of darkness the Sikhs retreated. Shamas Khan claimed it as a victory and left the battlefield. After his departure, the Sikhs captured Rahon.
|1711||Keso Singh and six other BhaT’s were buried alive, under orders of Emporer Bahadhur Shah. The other six were: |
|Desaa Singh* (brother)|
|Hari Singh* (brother)|
|Narbadh Singh* (son)|
Keso Singh Bhatt was son of Boh-th, grandson of Keeratt, and great-grandson of Bhikhaa BhaT. They were three brothers, namely Keso Singh, Desaa Singh, and Hari Singh.