The Qazi had a beautiful daughter, Kaulan who was a disciple of Mian Mir. From her childhood she had occupied her mind praising God's Name and remembering Him in the company of the saints.
Through the holy company of Mian Mir, she had heard praises of Satguru Sri Guru Har Gobind Sahib Ji Maharaj and she praised Satguru Ji in the midst of her own family.
This incensed her father very much who addressed her, "O Infidel, you praise an infidel (Guru) and obey not the law of Mohammad, according to which it is forbidden, under penalty of death, to praise an infidel."
Kaulan replied, "Father dear, the law of Mohammad does not apply to holy men. Saints are God's servants."
On hearing this from her daughter, the Qazi burnt with bigotry and indignation. After consulting his brother Qazis, he issued an order for the execution of his daughter, Kaulan for her sin of transgressing the Mohammad law.
Kaulan's mother informed her daughter and Mian Mir about the order of the Qazi. Mian Mir recommended to Kaulan, "There appears no means of saving you here. It is better if you go to Amritsar and seek protection of Satguru Sri Guru Har Gobind Sahib Ji Maharaj, the king of kings and the saint of saints. None else but he can save your life." Kaulan heeded Mian Mir's advice and went to Amritsar.
Kaulan began her life at Amritsar under the protection of Satguru Ji. She was given a separate building to reside. Kaulan found consolation in repeating following Shabad:
This Shabad is by Guru Raam Daas Ji in Raag Kaydaaraa on Ang 1118 of Dhan Dhan Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji Maharaj:
kydwrw mhlw 4 Gru 1
<> siqgur pRswid ]
myry mn hir hir gun khu ry ]
siqgurU ky crn Doie Doie pUjhu ien ibiD myrw hir pRBu lhu ry ] rhwau ]
kwmu k®oDu loBu mohu AiBmwnu ibKY rs ien sMgiq qy qU rhu ry ]
imil sqsMgiq kIjY hir gosit swDU isau gosit hir pRym rswiexu rwm nwmu rswiexu hir rwm nwm rwm rmhu ry ]1]
AMqr kw AiBmwnu joru qU ikCu ikCu ikCu jwnqw iehu dUir krhu Awpn ghu ry ]
jn nwnk kau hir dieAwl hohu suAwmI hir sMqn kI DUir kir hry ]2]1]2]
kaedhaaraa mehalaa 4 ghar 1
ik oa(n)kaar sathigur prasaadh ||
maerae man har har gun kahu rae ||
sathiguroo kae charan dhhoe dhhoe poojahu ein bidhh maeraa har prabh lahu rae || rehaao ||
kaam krodhh lobh mohu abhimaan bikhai ras ein sa(n)gath thae thoo rahu rae ||
mil sathasa(n)gath keejai har gosatt saadhhoo sio gosatt har praem rasaaein raam naam rasaaein har raam naam raam ramahu rae ||1||
a(n)thar kaa abhimaan jor thoo kishh kishh kishh jaanathaa eihu dhoor karahu aapan gahu rae ||
jan naanak ko har dhaeiaal hohu suaamee har sa(n)than kee dhhoor kar harae ||2||1||2||
Kaydaaraa, Fourth Mehl, First House:
One Universal Creator God. By The Grace Of The True Guru:
O my mind, chant the Glorious Praises of the Lord, Har, Har.
Wash the Feet of the True Guru, and worship them. In this way, you shall find my Lord God. ||Pause||
Sexual desire, anger, greed, attachment, egotism and corrupt pleasures - stay away from these.
Join the Sat Sangat, the True Congregation, and speak with the Holy People about the Lord. The Love of the Lord is the healing remedy; the Name of the Lord is the healing remedy. Chant the Name of the Lord, Raam, Raam. ||1||
So you think that the egotistical pride in power which you harbor deep within is everything. Let it go, and restrain your self-conceit.
Please be kind to servant Nanak, O Lord, my Lord and Master; please make him the dust of the Feet of the Saints. ||2||1||2||
Quite a bit of time passed in this manner until one day she took all her jewels and placed them before the king of kings, Satguru Ji, Sri Guru Har Gobind Sahib Ji Maharaj and said, "O friend of the poor, please apply the price of these jewels to some religious object by which my name may be remembered in the world for sometime."
Satguru Ji got a tank excavated in her name with that money in 1621. The tank is still famous as Kaulsar in the city of Amritsar.