This part represents the time when Ranjha finally enters the Kheras house and comes across Saety and Heer. He asks for alms from both. Saety has arguments with Ranjha Jogi. The arguments continue to draw the attention of Heer who is told to go away as Saety decided to handle the jogi herself. Saety brings the attention of the women who gather there and accuse Ranjha Jogi of being evil, an impersonator and someone having lust for women. The poet in this part, displays his in-depth knowledge of the Society land, the virtues that dictate humanity and social aspects of mankind. Ranjha is also shown as revealing his knowledge that he acquired from his teachers as a Jogi.