Baba Budha Ji handing over the Gurgaddi to the young Hargobind. Here he also adorned him with two sword – one of Miri and the other of Piri.
Bhai Buddha remained in his village of Ramdas intent on his devotions. When he saw his end near, he asked for the Guru to come and fulfil his promise once he made to him. He told him,”Bhai Buddha, you have lived long, you have been ever with the Gurus. Give some instruction.” Bhai Buddha replied,”Great King, thou art a sun, I am a fire-fly before thee. You have come to save me, and to hear my dying wordsI have been a servant of the Guru’s house for six generations. Succor me in the next world, and allow me not to suffer when I enter death’s door, which I fondly hope is the portal of salvation. Here is my son, Bhana at your service; take his arm and keep him at your feet.” The Guru replied,”Bhai Buddha, you shall assuredly obtain bliss. Your humility is an assurance.” He then put his hand on Bhai Buddha’s head and blessed him who then left for his heavenly abode. The Guru and his Sikhs sang congratulations on the event of Bhai Buddha’s death after his long, holy and eventful life, and lauded him for the assistance he had given in the propagation and consolidation of Sikh faith. The Guru himself ignited his funeral pyre.