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Wahegurujikakhalsawahegurujikifateh

One time Sant Sundar Singh Ji Bhindranwale was taken to hospital with an illness. The Chief Khalsa Divan honorary secretary Dr. Diwan Singh Ji came to the hospital to have darshan of Mahapursh. Dr. Diwan Singh Ji had done darshan of many Brahmgyanis including Sant Baba Shaam Singh JI - the kirtani of Sachkhand Sri Darbar Sahib Ji.

After exchanging Fateh with Santji he asked/did a benti to Santji to give a Bachan. Santji simply said I'm ill what Bachan can I possibly give? Santji then asked Dr. Diwan Singh Ji to examine him and begin some treatment.

Dr. Diwan Singh Ji then proceeded to narrate an experience from his own life. He said to Santji that every time I switch on my car - from the engine itself I hear 'waheguru waheguru waheguru waheguru waheguru Dhan Guru Nanak Dev Ji waheguru waheguru waheguru waheguru waheguru'. Santji said you have a lot of bakhseesh and kirpa bestowed on you by Guru Sahib. Dr. Diwan Singh Ji then said I've told you about this kirpa now please give a Bachan.

Santji smiled and said I will give Bachan but before that you are a doctor, please examine me and treat me. Hearing this Dr. Diwan Singh Ji took out his stethoscope and begin to examine Santji.

Everywhere the stethoscope was placed only one thing was heard - Waheguru waheguru waheguru waheguru waheguru.

This is the Nishani of a Gursikh.

Very loose translation from katha by Giani Ram Singh.

How my ears and my stethoscope long to meet a patient like Santji.

Wahegurujikakhalsawahegurujikifateh

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People actually confuse rom with hair but it isn't just that I would say it is everything - ie the entire manifest. You do not only apperceive naam from the body or just hair but from everywhere. There is nothing but naam/God

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