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There is an old bazurg Singh in Ludhiana who is very well known for his Abhiyaas of mool mantar.

He basically japps mool mantar 24 hours.

He told me a true story. He used to be a granthi in a Gurdwara Sahib in Delhi.

A Hindu couple who were childless came to him. They had gone to various religious places for help but remained childless.

The Granthi Singh told them to start doing mool mantar and make a promise to Guru Ghar that they would raise their child as a Sikh and Guru Sahib will bless them with a child.

They promised and after some time were blessed with a child. The child followed sikhi but when he turned 16, he got his hair cut and his parents did not stop him.

Couple of years later he got killed as his bike was crushed by a bus.

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On 8/6/2020 at 12:30 PM, shastarSingh said:

power of degh

Another story told by this bazurg Singh.

When he was granthi Singh in a Gurdwara Sahib in Delhi, a 12 year old bihari boy belonging to a poor family used to come daily to Gurdwara Sahib and ask for a big gaffaa of degh.

He dint hv much knowledge of Sikhism and ate degh just becoz of the taste.

Degh started cleaning his mind and he told Granthi Singh that he gets lots of peace sitting inside the Gurdwara Sahib.

Granthi Singh taught him mool mantar.

This boy started fighting with his family that he won't cut his hair and his dad told him that there is no way on earth that he could become a Sikh.

Couple of years later, granthi Singh contacted a Sikh family who had a flourishing furniture business.

The sikh family employed the bihari boy in their business and gave him a nice room to live. Soon the boy became amritdhari.

We need more stories like this !! 

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On 8/6/2020 at 5:00 PM, shastarSingh said:

power of degh

Another story told by this bazurg Singh.

When he was granthi Singh in a Gurdwara Sahib in Delhi, a 12 year old bihari boy belonging to a poor family used to come daily to Gurdwara Sahib and ask for a big gaffaa of degh.

He dint hv much knowledge of Sikhism and ate degh just becoz of the taste.

Degh started cleaning his mind and he told Granthi Singh that he gets lots of peace sitting inside the Gurdwara Sahib.

Granthi Singh taught him mool mantar.

This boy started fighting with his family that he won't cut his hair and his dad told him that there is no way on earth that he could become a Sikh.

Couple of years later, granthi Singh contacted a Sikh family who had a flourishing furniture business.

The sikh family employed the bihari boy in their business and gave him a nice room to live. Soon the boy became amritdhari.

just to add one more thing.

This Singh is very strict that degh shud be prepared in sarbloh.

If a rehitvaan amritdhari makes degh in sarbloh utensil while japping gurbani, degh becomes amrit.

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