It is the one day in the whole year, when the Shishyas perform Pooja of Guruji. A few days before this day, people start coming to Gurgaon from all over India and abroad.
Guruji would start blessing people as early as 2.15 in the morning and continue till midnight. People stood in queues and would wait for their turn to touch his holy feet. Such a large number of people would gather that the queue would extend up till 2 km. and remain this long the whole day.
It was about noon and the heat was unbearable, so much, so that two Sevadaars came and requested Guruji for some relief from the scorching afternoon sun and brought his attention towards the discomfort of the public standing in the queues along the roadsides.
One of them said,
“Guruji, Baarish Kara Do, Log Garmi Mein Bade Pareshaan Hain”.
Guruji became concerned and asked me , “Beta Baahar Ja Kar Dekh, Koi Baadal Nazar Aa Raha Hai?” One of them went outside and saw a small cloud not very distant from the Sthaan and reported it to Guruji.
After a few minutes something unimaginable happened. Suddenly, it started to pour outside the Sthaan and only covering an area of about 2 kilometers. It became breezy. I went out to see the people in the queue, as long as 2.5km and was overwhelmed to see none of them whether a child or a grown up looking tired or in fatigue anymore. Everyone looked comfortable and happy, they appeared excited with the thought of having a Glimpse/Darshan of Guruji.
The rain shower was something which could not be expected at that point of time but it happened. I am unable to explain as to what message and to whom it was passed on, that the unseasonal and unexpected rain shower splashed for the comfort of the public.