Though Shudh Chaitanya (earlier name of Swami Dayanand) had apologised to his father to calm his anger, yet Karsanji Tewari was not fully assured about his son's intentions. So he deployed a few guards to look after him. On the other hand Shudh Chaitanya also did not deter from his firm intention and was always in search of an opportunity to be able to run to break the bondage of worldly ties. On the third night, he got a chance. The guards, thinking Shudh Chaitanya in deep sleep, became negligent and fell asleep. Shudh Chaitanya got up and started with an utensil so that if caught he could say that he was going to ease himself.