made him promise that he would raise the laugh against Girdalal as loudly as he had raised it against her. Mor did not long delay. He and his band hid themselves in a field of tall millet by which the main road ran. As expected, the Karbhari drove past. The carriage was stopped, the unfortunate occupant dragged into the crops, and there, in spite of threats and entreaties, his nose was dexterously removed. Mor's wife was fully satisfied, for the Charans sang her vengeance in every petty Court in Kathiawar.
After six year of outlawry Mor Sandhani surrendered and was tried on several charges of murder and dacoity by the then Judicial Assistant. But as the witnesses in turn met the baleful gaze of the dreaded outlaw, their hearts failed them, for they remembered how on a previous occasion he had subsequently flayed alive a hostile deponent. They could not recollect, they said. They thought the prisoner was like the man whom they saw commit the offence but they could not swear to him. Mor was acquitted and was bribed to good behaviour by a grant in Jamnagar, were he eventually died, full of years if not of sanctity. [Outlaws of Kathiawar : page 47-51]