Guruji said, “Putt kuchh nahin hoga aur tera pati bilkul naaraaz nahin hoga tere sath, tu bilkul fiqr na kar”.
One of My sisters, Daman Prakash living in Faridabad, suffered from acute pains in her legs. She was fortunate to have visited Gurgaon on one Bada Veervaar where she stood in the long queue and waited for a couple of hours. When her turn came and she met Guruji, she started sobbing like a child and said, “Guruji, I am so late that my husband shall be unhappy for my being so late. Though he has never scolded me but still i fear, he will be upset and unhappy”. While crying like a child, she further said that she was Rajpaul’s sister and that he told me to give my introduction to your holy self.
On hearing this and seeing her cry, Guruji said, “Putt kuchh nahin hoga aur tera pati bilkul naaraaz nahin hoga tere sath, tu bilkul fiqr na kar”. (Nothing will happen and your husband shall not be displease with you. You be totally worry less). At the same time, Guruji called His younger brother, Gullu and commanded him to take the car and leave her at her house in Faridabad. My sister was stunned to witness Guruji’s such soft and caring behavior.
Such long queues consisting of thousands of men and women who continued to place their various problems, right from morning till night did not extend any tiredness or fatigue to Guruji and at the same time He cared so much when He saw tears in the eyes of these people, particularly, the womenfolk. Almost 25 years have passed but still my sister Daman Prakash relates that happening of His kindness to this date.
He is the graceful master, “Guruji”. Pray thy holy self to be always with us.