The Governor immediately called the director of the jail for that night and asked him whether there was a prisoner kept unjustly. When the director said, “I cannot know him. But there is someone who performs namaz, prays much and sheds tears.” The blacksmith was brought to the presence of the Governor, who asked him questions, realized that he was innocent, begged his pardon and said, “Please forgive me for having done an injustice to you, accept my gift of one thousand silver coins and come to me whenever you have a wish!”
The blacksmith said, “I forgive you and accept your gift. But I cannot come to you for the solution of my problems and the fulfilment of my wishes.” When he was asked its reason, he said, “Does it befit a slave like me, a humble person, to submit my wishes to someone other than my Proprietor who several times overturned the throne of a Sultan like you? He made me attain so many wishes of mine. How could I take refuge in someone else? While my Rabb  has opened the door of His Treasure of Endless Mercy and spread His Table of Infinite Endowment for everybody, how can I have recourse to others?
 Rak’at: In performing namaz, the actions of standing, bowing and putting the head on the ground twice are altogether called a rak’at. Most prayers of namaz consist of two or four rak’ats. One of them contains three rak’ats.
 Rabb: Allahu ta’ala as the Creator and ‘Trainer’