Interesting that in this illustration (with the Guru's halo trimmed off) that Kauda wears a topi with horns, anyone know the reason for this image? Allenwalla 22:29, 7 June 2009 (UTC)
Noone knows the reason for this image. he was a human cannibal, lives in forests use to cover themselves with leaves, dont know reason behind horn.
Actually when Deamon word comes in mind of an indian horns are always their hahahahaha. So same is in mind of painter. Moreover adivasi have amazing dressing sense this might be part of his dress too.
If we think then he must be a semi naked cover with leaves or dirty clothes, or nude, his hair must be untidy, long teeth unbalanced type, having a weapon in hand, anger.
If we check the whole story then it means he can understand language of Guru nanak, and he was sardar of tribe, it means he was learned too not totally illiterate.
Or it may be possible
Due to miracle these adivasi people started praying the miraclolous man. see i removed horns of kauda in image (Lucky 06:35, 8 June 2009 (UTC))