KAṚKHE PĀTSHĀH DĀSVEṄ KE, The term "kaṛkhe" is the plural from of "kaṛkhā" which is the name of a poetic form, mostly used in war poetry in old Hindi. The Kaṛkhe Patshāh Dāsveṅ Ke consists of two such poems, desciribng the battles of Gurū Gobind Siṅgh. The poet goes by the name of Sain, who is identified by some as Saināpati, a contemporary of the Gurū and the celebrated author of Srī Gur Sobhā. The battle of Bhaṅgāṇī is the subject of the first Kaṛkhā the second deals with the battle of the Fort of Fatehgaṛh at Anandpur. The second Kaṛkhā is followed by a ślokā and two verses in praise of the lance of Gurū Gobind Siṅgh. The poems are very short and contain few details. The sole purpose of the poet was to extol the heroic action of the Gurū and his Sikhs. His language is Braj with some borrowings from other dialects of Hindi.
Piārā Siṅgh Padam