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Santji's Amazing Spiritual Avastha

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Wahegurujikakhalsawahegurujikifateh,

Please post any more you find. Sangat is very inspired by Santji as it is, imagine how they will be once they learn how amazing his spiritual avastha is.

Dhan Dhan Sri Maan Sant Gyani Baba Jarnail Singh Ji Khalsa

Wahegurujikakhalsawahegurujikifateh

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ti would be very good for a english version of this saakhi for non punjabi readers who can read in english

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Please post more of these.....

I heard from my PArents....that Jatha of bhindrawale(Group who was very close to Sant Bhindrawale) had done enormous paaths of Chandi Di Vaar to get Bakhshish from Guru Maharaj.and there was special noor on their face

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Wahegurujikakhalsawahegurujikifateh

Below is a brief summary of the sakhi:

Essentially a sikh in dehli visited his friend's fuffarji's (Baru Mal) house. He was a very rich man who owned a coca cola factory. Anyways this sikh saw Baru Mal had a 8 foot painting of Santji in his drawing room. Baru Mal cried as he saw them discussing the painting and then explained why he had such a reaction.

When Baru Mal's grandson Sandeep was 11 he was diagnosed with brain cancer. He was taken for treatment to Bombay and England. Despite this he was only given 3 years to live. Following this Baru Mal and his family began to visit various hindu asthans such as Rishkesh, they would do seva of any 'sant'. Eventually they visited a hindu 'sant' who told them to feed 101 cows, 51 pandits and bathe in the Ganges. If they did this Sandeep would live to 100. Despite this everytime they visited the doctors for a medical update they were told the cancer continued to spread.

Finally Sandeep's maternal grandmother - Naina Devi - decided to take him to darbar sahib and Sant Jarnail Singh. Everyone in the family went apart from Baru Mal who thought Santji to be a terrorist. Anyways when they told Santji about their problem Santji told them to recite Sri Sukhmani Sahib and place water from the sarovar on Sandeep as they were doing this. He then arranged for an akhand path done by Singhs who had received complete santhia and told the family after this it is up to Guru Raam Das Ji Maharaj. For the next three days Sandeep who was unconscious was sat within hearing distance of the akhand path. After the akhand path the family headed back home. Within hours Sandeep had regained consciousness and eventually with the blessings of Guru Sahib made a complete recovery from the cancer.

Baru Mal was crying because he had visited so many Pakhandi Sants but he missed his chance to meet the one who attached them to the feet of Guru Sahib. That Guru who eventually cured their grandson.

Wahegurujikakhalsawahegurujikifateh

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