The Guru and his elder sons along with some sikhs were able to cross the river and proceeded towards Chamkaur Sahib. Mata Gujri ji and two younger grandsons got separated from them. In the meantime Mataji with her two younger grandsons happened to meet a Brahmin named Gangu, who at one time had been their cook. He promised to take them to a safe place and give them shelter & protection in his house.
In this painting, the Artist has shown Mataji with two younger grandsons in her lap covered with blanket and sitting on pony. A bag having money is also shown loaded on the pony. Gangu is taking them to his house. The facial expression of Gangu shows that he is planning something different for them. He is lured by the wealth and planing to give them away to the Governor of Sirhand, Wazir Khan.
The Artist has shown in the painting beautifully that coming events cast their shadows before. A dark cloud takes the shape of a crocodile with mouth open to catch flying swans. A vulture shown sitting on a dry tree waiting for a dead animal is also a sign of something bad to happen. A Vulture and a crocodile are shown symbolic of Gangu.
The scenic beauty is par excellence and is of Ropar area.