Guruji said, “Jahan Guru hote hein, vahan langar chalta hai. Log aate hein aur khana khate hein. Koyee bhookha nahi jaata aur khana kabhi kam nahin ho sakta”.
Another beautiful incident occurred in Nagpur over food insufficiency on Monday fast.
Potato dish was prepared and chapatties were made by Sitaram ji at the night of Monday and all the three were feeling hungry and were waiting for Guruji’s call to break the fast. By chance, about 8 people came for Guruji’s blessings and Guruji called Sitaram ji to serve food to all present. Now Sita ram ji felt that the prepared food was insufficient for all hence they shall have to remain hungry. But Guruji asked them to bring and place the food for serving. So the potato dish and chappaties were placed on the carpet where Guruji along with His Shishyas and the eight devotees sat to eat. The dish was served in the plates. Guruji took the plate of chapaties in His hand and distributed them to all and so did He again. Then a miracle took place. All were fully contented and Guruji insisted the Shishyas to take some more chappaties, but no one could. Some chappaties were still left in the service plate which couldn’t be consumed.
After the visitors left, Guruji took Sitaram and Surender right & left with soft scolds. He said, “Mere Shishya ho kar tum ne yeh kaise soacha ki khana kam pad jaye ga aur bhookha rehna padega?” (Being my Shishyas, how could you think about food to be insufficient and you would sleep hungry?)
Guruji further said, “Jahan Guru hote hein, vahan langar chalta hai. Log aate hein aur khana khate hein. Koyee bhookha nahi jaata aur khana kabhi kam nahin ho sakta”. (Guru is such a divine power that where ever he may be, food is served. People come and they are fed, no one goes hungry and there can never be shortage of food).
May be Guruji created this happening to embed faith in the minds of Shishyas & the people that the Guru is beyond the limitations.