I went to Guruji's mandir on a Monday morning with my nephew, Gaurav. It was March 25, 2013. I was enraptured. I began going every Monday morning and also tried to go to the Mandir once a week every evening to attend the satsang
and have langar prasad
Guruji showered His blessings upon me. A month after my first visit, I received a call from a former senior colleague from Doha, Qatar. He was offering me a job in Doha-a surprise since I had neither applied for any job nor was I expecting a job change. Finally, I took the job as Guruji's blessings and shifted to Doha.
Some months later, I had to visit India in the first week of August for around seven days. Around the time of the visit, I suffered acute pain. I knew these were the stones in both my kidneys acting up. I prayed to Guruji to take care of me in Doha and not to let the pain recur. When I got up the next morning, I had no pain. I could take the flight to Delhi. However, when I landed there, the pain began again. The stone was not coming out through the urinary passage, and the pain was intolerable. I went to Guruji's mandir on the very next Monday morning. I had to leave for Doha on Wednesday so I prayed to Guruji to take the stone out. And, yes, His blessings again fell on me. As soon as I reached home from mandir, I had the urge to urinate and the stone came out!
Guruji blessed my mother, too. She was 69 years old and coming to Doha to visit us for one month. Her visa was not coming through as the Qatar authorities' rule was not to give visas to dependant parents aged more than 60. I entreated Guruji to grant my mother a visa. Again, the miracle happened. She got her visa and managed to travel towards the end of August to Doha with my wife and kids.
Umang Mediratta, a devotee based in Doha