Exalted son, you have seen the dervish, Mir Arab, in Ahmedábád. Of course, you should again go to him and present him compliments from me who am ashamed of departing for the next world and who desire the pleasures of this world. You should request him to pray for our happiness and for the safety of our religion. Tell him that I am approaching death and have been far from good actions. (Tell him further that) the life of this negligent person (i.e., Aurungzebe) has been passed in vain and the remaining portion of it will also be passed without any fruit; (and that) death approaches while salvation recedes. (Verse) “Whatever I have done, even a blind man cannot do; I have lost God in this world (i.e., I did not remember God in this world).”