Dinesh Bhandare is a spiritual aspirant. After hearing about Guruji he came with a group from Bombay but had nothing in mind except knowing what Guruji is. It was a group headed by ‘Veerji’ of Bombay and the function was — Guru Poornima–.
After the Pooja was accomplished all visitors would come to Guruji for Final Darshan and placing their personal problems, which Guruji listened and freed them from.
In this group, two friend, Dinesh and Kelker got their turn to present their problems to Guruji. Kelker bowed down and said, “Guruji, meri beti bahut beemar hai”. Guruji asked him to bring her but the girl was at Pune. Guruji asked him to show her picture and he went to ‘Veerji’ whom he had given the same in Bombay.
He hurriedly brought the Poly Bag in which pictures of all the devotees were placed. Just as he opened the bag for the search, Guruji held the bag and put his hand in, and took out one picture. Without seeing it Guruji showed it to Kelker and said, “Is this your daughter?”
Kelker and Dinesh looked at each other with the greatest surprise of their lives. How was it that Guruji put his hand in the bag without looking in it and took out specifially Kelker’s daughter’s photo out of a few dozen photographs? “Not possible at all”.
Dinesh Bhandare who had come to Gurgaon only to see what Guruji or the Sthan is, lost his identity once for all. He is the person who announces,
“Ek imaandari aur ek Gurudev ka haath ho sir par,
zindagi apne aap chalegi”
(Two things, honesty & – Guruji’s hand on our heads is enough for leading the life un perturbed).
It appeared as if Guruji had additional eyes on His hand which looked in to locate the girls pictures, or the girls pictures jumped out among all others pictures and embraced the divine fingers of Guruji or something else which I am unable to access. Otherwise in general putting hand in the bag and pick the desired picture out of 30, is not possible at all.
Aap hi bataeeye Hey Guru Dev.