We all visit His room for prayers or to ask any thing we need. Since He lives there in the non physical form (atomic roop) therefore He cannot be seen with bare eyes.
It relates to the period when Guruji had left his body and attained “Moksh” in the year 1991.
He stayed in His room on the first floor at Punjabi Bagh Sthaan for a few months before He started His celestial journey.
His room is still maintained and the entry is restricted to His Shishyas only or to some of His selected devotees. We all visit His room for prayers or to ask any thing we need. Since He lives there in the non physical form (atomic roop) therefore He cannot be seen with bare eyes. But His devotees and Shishyas do realize that He is always present there and particularly in His bed room. So, the tea is served to the holiest master every morning in the same way as it was served earlier while He was in His physical form. We talk to Him and express ourselves with the faith that He is present there and listens to us and also sees us.
One of His staunch devotees is Neelma, whose daily routine was to serve Guruji with a cup of tea in His room.
Once, it was about 9 am when she reached His room holding the cup of tea. She found an A.C. Mechanic of Sukhwant Singh, fixing some electrical problem. She requested him to go out for a while as she wanted to serve tea to Guruji. She further asked him to resume his work after a few minutes.
After a few minutes Neelma came down holding the cup of “Bhog” (the tea cup of Guruji) and as she crossed the mechanic, he taunted her sarcastically saying in Punjabi, “Chaa pee layee ne ?” (Has He taken the tea)?
He probably had thought that Guruji was not seen physically on the bed, then, to whom did she give tea to drink ! But as per Neelma’s faith, Guruji is always present on the bed, though her eyes are not competent to see Him in His physical form.
His style was taunting and hurting. Neelma being a staunch devotee of Guruji could not digest his critical comment and took it as a challenge to her devotion and Guru bhakti. Since he was an elder person of about 60 years, she did not retort but the tears did come in her eyes. Actually, the “Bhog” is added to the whole tea and is served to all devotees as Guruji’s prasad for which many wait eagerly.
About ten minutes had passed when there was a big thud in Guruji’s room. Hearing the sound, Neelma rushed and found that the Sardar ji was lying on the floor and crying in pain. Probably he had fallen down while working on the ceiling having an injury on his back badly. The injury and its pain was such that he could not get up on his own. He was brought down stairs with the support of two three people. He could not continue his job and so was sent home. His back pain continued for 5 to 6 months, as reported by Sukhwant Singh. But that man never turned up again to enter Guruji’s room till today.
Assumptions are permitted. Based on that I think some divine powers which always reside in Guruji’s room must have noticed the tears in Neelma’s eyes as well as the pinch in her heart subjected to the undesired comments of Sardar ji. Might be, they made him fall down for a punishment to his conduct. But; I am waiting for a clear message from Guruji on account of the entire happening.
At the same time, if that, what I assume is true then two things are firmly established :
1. Guruji is always present in his room without any reservation of a doubt along with a few divine powers.
2. One should never utter a word which might shake the faith of a devotee because he is loved by Guruji without any limit.
Kindly accept my prostrations a thousand times my Lord and bless us all with ample of thy grace.