11 Jul 2012
July 11, 2012

Feeding the Children

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Fewer visitors were coming to Kainchi Ashram, for it was October and getting cold in the hills. One day at about 2 p.m. Kundanlal sah, an engineer, was going from Ranikhet to his home in Bareilly. On his way he stopped his car at the ashram and went in to have Maharaji’s darshan. There were only four people with Baba. After some time many elderly lady devotees arrived from Nainital, and Baba asked all of them to prepare puris in the kitchen. Sah said that he could not understand why so many ladies would be preparing so much food when there were only four people with Baba and all the inmates of the ashram had already taken prasad. It came to his mind that there must be some other reason for preparing large quantities of puris and vegetables. At about 7 p.m. two buses full of scouts from Rajasthan arrived unexpectedly at the gates of the temple. They were touring the hills and arrived at the ashram via Dwarahat and Ranikhet. Baba was very happy to see the children and made them eat to their heart’s content. 

excerpt from The Divine Reality of Sri Baba Neeb Karori Ji Maharaj  by Ravi Prakash Pande “Rajida”

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  • http://happiness-is-the-natural-state.blogspot.com Ricky Ferdon

    Wonderful – not only is this an example of the Master being all-seeing, but a good reminder to be always ready to serve children, be that servcie physical needs or spiritual need. Namaste