Waheguru Ji Ka Khalsa, Waheguru Ji Ki Fateh Jio,
There was once a highly renowned Pandit (Hindu priest) who had an eye operation at a hospital in Ludhiana. As the Pandit was travelling he became late and consequently missed the bus. This man was left in the middle of nowhere and the only possible place for shelter was Gurdwara Karamsar, Rara Sahib. In his mind, this Pandit was very much against Sant Baba Isher Singh Ji Maharaj, yet however due to the fact of emergency, was inclined to stay the night at Rara Sahib.
During this man’s sleep, he had blessed vision of the 3 main Hindu Devte (deities) . Brahma (the creator), Vishnu (the preserver) and ShivJi (the destroyer). In the dream he was at Rara Sahib amongst these 3 Devte. He was then inclined to ask as to what the deities were doing there. To which Brahma, Vishnu and ShivJi replied “We come here on regular basis. We come to serve Sant Ji Maharaj, Sant Baba Isher Singh Ji Maharaj!”
Immediately the Pandit arose and noticed that he was wrong for doubting Sant Ji Maharaj.
Sant Baba Isher Singh Ji Maharaj’s beautiful voice is described by those who have heard it in person as a ‘magnetic force’. No matter what situation the passer-by be in, as soon as he would hear Sant Ji Maharaj’s voice through the speakers on the road, they would feel the urge to attend the congregation hall and sit in the Kirtan.
In 1964, Sant Ji Maharaj was holding a Divaan in the area of Chandigarh. A Pandit (Hindu priest) from Hoshiarpur, who was also a palm reader, heard Sant Ji Maharaj’s Kirtan as he was passing by with his companions. The Hindu men asked one another as to where such a beautiful sound was coming from. After identifying the location as being Sant Ji Maharaj’s Kirtan, all of the men travelled towards the location. The head Pandit narrated – “Such an energetic and magnetic force, that too from just a voice, is the proof of countless lifeforms of meditation.” All of the men were extremely happy after hearing the Kirtan. There have been accounts at Chandigarh Kirtans, where several Pandits would cry in Vairaag upon hearing the sweet tones and sweet voice of Sant Ji Maharaj. And so, Sant Mahapurkh are not bound to a specific sect, denomination or religion. They are sent by Lord Waheguru themselves, for the benefit of as many people as possible.
They give the gift of the soul, and practice devotional worship; they inspire others to meet the Lord. ||2||
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Waheguru Ji Ka Khalsa, Waheguru Ji Ki Fateh Jio.