#14 Poor Truck Driver

January 20th, 2013

Category: Stories about Sant Ji Maharaj

Waheguru Ji Ka Khalsa, Waheguru Ji Ki Fateh Jio,

A poor man who transported goods via a truck, approached Sant Baba Isher Singh Ji Maharaj and said – “Maharaj, I have lived my whole life in poverty, please do grace on me! Bless me with wealth.”

Sant Ji Maharaj replied – “If you wish to obtain wealth, you must do as I say. You must do 1 ‘Pakee Mala’ of Waheguru Simran a day. (A pakee mala meaning 100, 108 Maal’eh. In other words, 10,800 Jaaps. We have given you the ‘Jugti’ (method), if you do 1 Pakee Mala, you will obtain 1 new truck, if you do 2 Pakee Maal’eh you will obtain 2 new trucks, and so on and so forth.”

Sant Ji Maharaj

Sant Ji Maharaj

Accepting the words of Sant Ji Maharaj, the man began to engage in Waheguru Simran. In his mind he thought that it was only worth attempting to do 1 Pakee Mala, as he had doubts as to whether Sant Ji Maharaj was telling the truth or not. And so, the man completed the Pakee Mala and to his astonishment, a truck had arrived infront of him. The man began extremely happy. He bought some sweets for Sant Ji Maharaj and upon bowing in reverence said – “Sant Ji, I have done the Pakee Mala and your Bachan has come true!”

Sant Ji Maharaj replied – “Bachan? There is no need for me to have given the bachan, you have chanted Waheguru’s name and thus your meditation has become fruitful.” 

The man thought to himself that if by doing 1 Pakee Mala, 1 truck could appear, then in order to eliminate his poverty, he would have to do an excessive amount. It came to a point where the man began to do 113 Maale’h of Waheguru Simran a day (1,318,032 Jaaps) and was renown throughout the region of Calcutta for being the owner of 113 goods transporting vehicles. Such was the grace of Sant Ji Maharaj.

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Waheguru Ji Ka Khalsa, Waheguru Ji Ki Fateh Jio.

2 comments

  • Ravinder kaur says:

    Mere sahiba noun Jane gun tere

  • harleen says:

    Waheguru ji


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