Questions are raised every now and then on my writeups on Prithviraj Chauhan on various aspects of his life and valour. It may help me if the questions are elaborate enough to give them proper coverage. I am thankful to my readers. The latest questions raised by Neerja Gupta, Ritika and Krupz are in relation to whether courtship between Prithviraj and Sanyokta was a take over from their earlier acquiantance or it was a sudden event and that how he died. These questions are joined by certain other readers putting their query more or less in the same manner. Historians differ on these points and theirs are the views contradictory to each other. Picking up all these varying versions together read in the context of events in totality, what is normally summed up is that (1) Both of them didn’t meet earlier but as Sanyokta had heard of chivalrous roles of Prithviraj, she developed a feeling of love for him which culminated into Prithviraj picking her up forcefully from the Swayamber that was organised by her father Jai Chand and (2) Prithviraj was a sharp shooter with a capacity to shoot his target with an arrow merely on hearing his voice. It was done at the instance of Chand Bardai, the court poet of Prithviraj. Mohd Ghori somehow escaped, took a revenge, got both him and Chand Bardai blinded, took them away from the country where they were killed. This is supposed to be correct in view of the fact that Mohd Ghori is said to have survived 6 years after the said shoot out. The other version is that Mohd Ghori was shot dead on the spot by arrows of Prithviraj.