when Sant Sai Satramdas Sahib reached Rohri to attend Mela Sahib of Sant Sai Wasan Shah Sahib, he was given a warm welcome and was offered a higher seat of honor.Sant Sai Satramdas Sahib was requested by Rohri Panchayat, the local people the devotees at the temple and also the family members to pray for Amardas Sahib who was Sant Wasan shah Sahib’s son, to be blessed with a child, as every one knew, that the prayers and blessings of Saint Satramdas would always come true.
Amardas was given the respectable position of his father at the temple.
Sant Sai Satramdas Sahib lovingly agreed.
Sant Sai Satramdas Sahib dressed in a long red robe, and wearing ghunghuroos on his pious feet, along with all the devoted bhajan singers, got ready for the bhakti.
Before starting the bhakti , Sant Sai Satramdas Sahib, asked all the people present there to chant the divine shlokas.
Every one chanted Shlokas and when Amardas’s turn came he told Saint Satramdas Sahib that he had never chanted a shloka in any bhakti program.
Sant Sai Satramdas Sahib very lovingly said “bhai Saheb today, the number of shlokas you will recite today, you shall be blessed with those number of children, so, now tell me, how many children you want”
Looking at the pleasing and Godly face of Sant Satramdas Sahib, and after hearing his powerful divine words at the time of ambrosial hours, Amardas Sahib chanted three shlokas with deep devotion.
Sant Sai Satramdas Sahib told him that if he wanted to chant more shlokas he can, but Amardas with his folded hands asked for Sant Satramdas Sahib’s blessings.
Every one started giving best wishes to Amardas for recieving the blessings of Sant Sai Satramdas Sahib because people knew the power of his blessings.
Looking at the happiness and enthusiasm of the people, Sant Sai Satramdas Saheb smilingly told Amardas Sahib that next year on the same occasion of Sant Wasan’s anniversary, the sixth day of his first son will be celebrated, so at that time he shall make the arrangements of Bhandara sahib (food) of Malpua’s (sweet soft pancakes) instead of Daal.
Next year exactly on the same occasion, the sixth day (chhatti) of bhai Amardas’s son was celebrated and he was named Chetandas, by Sant Sai Satramdas Sahib and all the people enjoyed the bhandara Sahib of Malpuas (sweet soft pancakes).
As he was blessed by Sant Satramdas’s divine prayers, he got two more sons after some years, bhai Gopaldas and Bhai Sukhramdas.