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Guru Arjan Dev Ji curing lepers at Tarn Taran Sahib 

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At the gurdwara the Singh doing katha started telling a story about a family that he personally knows. He said they were not religious at all and were proper party animals and absolutely everything that Sikhi tells you not to do, the men and the women. There was nothing Sikh about them, the entire family. Apart from one lady from the family who used to go to the gurdwara most days. She was the only one that went gurdwara and did some paat pooja etc anyway, she used to do sewa at the langar hall. But when she used to do sew she used to be like those grumpy old buriyan that you see in the langar halls who behave like their dad owns the langar hall. She always used to be rude to the sangat, whenever anyone used to ask her for something she used to to do it but never with sweetness, she always used to be rude to the sangat despite doing sewa. Anyway, she got really ill one day and "died"   when she was "dead"  she was taken to Dharamraj's darbar, she saw people being tortured and screaming by the jamdhoots. She even saw her own family, husband, kids, relatives there with ropes around their necks hanging! physically they were alive and on earth but their souls were already up there with ropes around their necks hanging! she saw all her relatives!  Then her turn came to get judged by Dharamraj. The Singh doing katha said she described Dharmaraj as a being with a white dastar and a long flowing white dhari, looking like a saint. He said to her that it was her time to go to Narak, but Dhan Dhan Guru Arjan Dev Ji has told me not to send you to Narak and that he want to give you another chance. Dharamraj told this lady that Guru Arjan Dev Ji has said continue doing sewa at the gurdwara but do it with love and sweetness. The lady then woke up from her "death"    the Singh doing katha said that he personally knows the family and that the entire khandhaan is now Amrtidhari.   Guru Arjan Dev Ji Maharaj stepped in and saved the woman from being sent to Narak and gave her a second chance. Guru Arjan Dev Ji gave Dharamraj orders and told him not to send her Narak. Guru Sahib saves his Sikhs from falling into Narak. I had goosebumps sat there listening to this story. I narrated this story to my black Christian friend and she stuck her arm out and said she has goosebumps listening to the story.  

How blessed and lucky that woman was to have Guru Arjan Dev ji Maharaj save her from falling into Narak. 

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2 hours ago, puzzled said:

Guru Arjan Dev Ji curing lepers at Tarn Taran Sahib 

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Wow such a beautiful photo. Do you know the saakhi behind this picture 

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2 minutes ago, Guruguruji said:

Wow such a beautiful photo. Do you know the saakhi behind this picture 

no idea   its the first time i saw the painting as well    i imagine this is how Guru Sahib would of been curing the ill. 

lepers were considered worst than animals, they were below the untouchables, yet Guru Sahib embraced them 

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1 minute ago, puzzled said:

no idea   its the first time i saw the painting as well    i imagine this is how Guru Sahib would of been curing the ill. 

lepers were considered worst than animals, they were below the untouchables, yet Guru Sahib embraced them 

Thank u for sharing it anyway. Reminds me of how benevolent guru sahib is- you sometimes forget that when we look at the typical paintings of just guru sahib sitting.

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43 minutes ago, MisterrSingh said:

Guru Arjan Dev Ji is the key. 

yh  bani tells us to remember and meditate on Guru Arjan Dev ji and that he will carry us across. 

Ardaas tells us to remember Guru Harkrishan Sahib Ji and all our dukh will go. 

Nanak Naam jahaz hai jo chadhe so utre paar.

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28 minutes ago, Guruguruji said:

Thank u for sharing it anyway. Reminds me of how benevolent guru sahib is- you sometimes forget that when we look at the typical paintings of just guru sahib sitting.

i just checked online and Guru Arjan Dev Ji established a home for the lepers near Tarn Taran Sahib sarovar and used to personally take care of the lepers. 

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Just now, puzzled said:

i just checked online and Guru Arjan Dev Ji established a home for the lepers near Tarn Taran Sahib sarovar and used to personally take care of the lepers. 

Thank u :)Yes, if you look closely u can see other Ill people sleeping in the background. 

Dhan guru Arjan Dev ji maharaj 

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1 hour ago, MisterrSingh said:

Guru Arjan Dev Ji is the key. 

The Gurus are all one, same jyot, which is also us but we forget it. 

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