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Sant Baba Kishan Singh Ji & Sant Baba Mahinder Singh Ji


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Special thanks to kam1825 to bring this priceless picture online:

With the advent of the Barsi of Sant Kishan Singh Ji Rara Sahib being on the 1st of January i thought now that i have a scanner i could share a picture my dad keeps locked away due to it bringing him into a state of bairaag. This is the final photo of Sant Kishan Singh ji attaining Mahasamadhi. In the photo you will also see some of the other Rara Sahib Sants that have pases away such as Sant Balwant Singh Ji and Sant Karam Singh Ji Bhikhee Walae. Also in the photo are Sant Teja Singh Ji and Sant Partap Singh Ji

With the blessing of God i have been able to keep this photo all these years

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There is this Saakhi relating to Sant Ji's decision to go on that day (Taken from sabh13.com)

A devotee well known to Sant Baba Kishan Singh Ji Maharaj (Rara Sahib Wale) came to meet Chotte Sant Ji Maharaj after a long period of time.

Chotte Sant Ji Maharaj asked the Sikh as to why he had been away for such a long period of time. The Sikh explained; "Please forgive me, I have been very busy with work and have been unable to arrange for a holiday in order to come meet with you…"

Chotte Sant Ji Maharaj
Chotte Sant Ji Maharaj

Chotte Sant Ji Maharaj  in their mauj proclaimed; "Let it be known…the day that I leave this body, the whole world will have a holiday, it will be a day of celebration for all…"

Those generous, humble beings are above both birth and death.
 
 
Sant Baba Kishan Singh Ji Maharaj were not ordained to leave their body on a specific day. Sant Mahapurkh have dedicated their lives to Parmeshar Waheguru and have thus become immortal, it is within their own hands, they can choose when they wish to leave their body. However, Sant Mahapurkh live in accordance to code of conduct of life and death and so evidently do eventually leave this planet. However, through Chotte Sant Ji Maharaj leaving their body on the Gregorian Calendar's New Years Day, Chotte Sant Ji Maharaj have provided their devotees an excuse to travel to the Gurdwara during their holidays. In commemorating Chotte Sant Ji Maharaj's Barsi, 1000s of individuals are thus able to engage in listening to Gurbani Kirtan and Gurbani Veechar in their free time and thus make their day spiritually accountable.
 
Please forgive us for any mistakes...
 
Waheguru Ji Ka Khalsa, Waheguru Ji Ki Fateh Jio.
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