Waheguru Ji Ka Khalsa, Waheguru Ji Ki Fateh Jio,
Sant Baba Isher Singh Ji Maharaj (Rara Sahib Wale) were carrying out Kirtan. A wealthy man who was heavily drunk entered the Darbar Sahib and began swearing out loud and disrupting the Sangat through his loudness. He was the LumbarDaar of the village. Observing his disrespect, Sant Ji Maharaj simply ignored him and remained silent.
The next day, Sant Ji Maharaj continued their Kirtan Prachar and just as the man had done the day before, the man repeated the next day. Sant Ji Maharaj requested the Sangat to stop the man from committing such disrespect. The man being a LumbarDaar, had a high position in the local village and so all present were reluctant to stop him. No one replied to Sant Ji Maharaj’s commands. Sant Ji Maharaj repeated themselves a second time. Yet again, no one responded. On the third request Sant Ji Maharaj said – “This is the third time I am asking, will anyone stop this man or will I have to be the one to do it?” The Sangat seemed to agree, to which Sant Maharaj said – “He has managed to come two days in a row, however, I assure you he won’t be here tomorrow.”
The man returned home and went to pass on tea for the workers on his fields. On the fields, there was an engine operating which was being used to make juice of sugarcane. The man, already drunk, told his worker to drink the tea and assured he would operate the engine and insert the sugarcane sticks. The man approached the machine. He accidentally tripped and toppled himself into the engine. Just as the machines were deciphering the sugarcane sticks, the man had been deciphered.