That sacrifice, let it be known to you that this sinner (i.e., Aurungzebe), who had refused to visit the above-men­tioned saint (of Let. XCII), has pardoned him by reading true traditions of the doctors of the Mohemadan law. When I thought well (upon this), I found my refusal to visit the saint due to the deceit and deception of the worst passion*. Otherwise how could I keep my desire (of visiting the saint) under control? (Verse) “Passion is a dragon (i.e., it injures others); how can it die? It lies congealed on account of the want of means (i.e., passion never dies in a man; whether it remains active or inactive in him)”. May God be praised that I have not yielded to passion and its deception. Especially, to rejoice at the loss of others is an act of passion. That sincere sacrifice (i.e., you) should request the holy saints to pray for (my) good, happiness, and escape from the fetters of passion. The (above-men­tioned) saint himself is a virtuous and noble minded Saiyad (a true descendent of the prophet Mahomet). If he prays sincerely (for us) it is good. O God! let me live as a saint, make me die as a saint, and revive me on the day of judgment among the saints*. Amen! amen! amen!