Waheguru Ji Ka Khalsa, Waheguru Ji Ki Fateh Jio,
Sant Baba Mann Singh Ji (Pehowa Wale) often explain that the spiritual powers of Sant Baba Isher Singh Ji Maharaj were such that if Sant Ji Maharaj was to move their hand in one direction, an individual could be sent to hell. If Sant Ji Maharaj was to move their hand in the opposite direction, an individual could be sent to heaven. Sant Ji Maharaj’s spiritual capabilities were immensely huge, had it been in their own fate, they could of sent the whole world to heaven within the blink of an eye. However, Sant Mahapurkh are ordained to live in the will of Waheguru and to only fulfil their duties in accordance to that. This was the greatness of Sant Ji Maharaj, whose company Sant Baba Mann Singh Ji and Sant Baba Mohan Singh Ji were blessed with.
Sant Baba Mann Singh Ji was studying at Patiala College during those days and would meet with Sant Ji Maharaj at Rara Sahib Ashram Dhablan Sahib (Patiala). Due to the limited availability of cars, Sant Baba Mann Singh Ji would travel by bicycle whenever they would go to meet Sant Ji Maharaj.
Sant Baba Mann Singh Ji and Sant Ji Maharaj had an unbreakable bond within one another to the extent where if Sant Baba Mann Singh Ji had not come to meet Sant Ji Maharaj, Sant Ji Maharaj would go look for them. After college, Sant Baba Mann Singh Ji used to regularly sit in the graveyard. When Sant Ji Maharaj asked why they did so, Sant Baba Mann Singh Ji replied – “This is where an individual learns the true meaning of life and its value.”
One day as Sant Baba Mann Singh Ji travelled on their bicycle to Rara Sahib, it began to rain intensely. Sant Baba Mann Singh Ji’s clothes were drenched and they felt extremely tired during to the long journey and effort. Sant Baba Mann Singh Ji bowed in the Hazoori of Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji whilst Sant Ji Maharaj’s Kirtan Divaan was ongoing. Sant Baba Mann Singh Ji narrate that all the tiredness that they were experiencing vanished when Sant Ji Maharaj sang the Dharna:
Even Dharam Raja will serve those who have served the Saints.