Guruji said, “Ok go ahead, it will be all right”.
Pappu-Bittu-Gaggu & Nikku had been in regular Seva of Guruji in His retiring room. They would serve Him tea and take care of His other personal comforts etc when He returned from the peoples interactions almost every day. So these four were loved by Guruji very much. One of the happenings is being mentioned here which is a super class miracle experienced for the first time in my life.
In a summer of 1980, Pappu was working physically in his Gurgaon factory and the time was around 9.30 p.m. While operating the press machine for cutting a metal piece, he did not notice that a part of his big finger was cut off & detached. He some how felt that some thing had fallen down. He just looked towards his hand and came to know that his own finger was cut off and was bleeding badly.
He and Bittu rushed to Sthaan and told Guruji about the accident. Guruji saw the finger and said, “Where is the cut off part of the finger”? Pappu replied in negative saying that he didn’t try to find it because he was in a hurry to reach Sthaan. Guruji said, “Ok go ahead, it will be all right”.
And that’s all, it was all normal with Pappu because of his staunch faith. He did not go to the doctor at all. He just treated with wrapping a simple cloth and haldi+tel and carried on for about three weeks.
To his great surprise, the wound was healed and the finger was grown. More astonishing was the growth of nail on it, which has never been witnessed earliest.
Today, the 11th. September, 2011, I met Pappu at Punjabi Bagh Sthaan and learnt every detail of the incident from his mouth and was amazed to see his finger which appealed to be totally normal; but a little short in size of course.
Finger healed- is understandable; but its growth with the nail is certainly heard for the first time. What Guruji did and which command Guruji gave to the finger is known to Gurudev only. It appears that the finger and the divine powers which grows it along with its nail are in total interaction with Guruji.
Kindly accept my humble prostrations Sahibji–and give me the calibre to sing your glory. Pranaams ji.