The sixteenth pauri is accompanied by two saloks. The first salok has four lines, and the second salok has twenty-two lines. Both saloks highlight the difference between the statements and the actions of the Hindu priest (Brahmin) and the officials (Kshatriya), and inform us that in real terms, an individual can become pure/clean/unpolluted only by remembering the Truth and bringing it into one’s behavior. The pauri conveys that everyone from the rulers to the grasscutters, are all equal under the glance of IkOankar. If IkOankar wills it, then even a mighty ruler can be turned into a grasscutter.