Hijayat Bai was a widow and she was very poor also. One day she went to Sai Satramdas Sahib and said” True Lord I am poor and I am getting my daughter married, all my life I have attended many functions of friends and relatives and that is is why now I also want to invite them to attend my daughter’s wedding. Please bless me so that I am able to arrange proper food for the guests on my daughter’s wedding function.I have very less wheat flour and a small quantity of rice and dal and nothing else.”

Saijan replied, “Go, and make all the guests eat at your daughter’s wedding and also fulfill the other formalities of giving what ever is your custom to your daughter but remember one thing that don’t let any one go inside the room where you keep all the belongings.” The lady came back to her house and invited all the people of her town for her daughter’s wedding and started preparing for her daughter’s wedding with a lot of happiness and positive energy.

In one corner of her room she kept all the eatables prepared for the wedding. When she went to take something from there, she realised that for the Bhandara Sahib she had forgotten to take a Coverlet from the True Saint of Raharki sahib. (COVERLET is what the followers of Shehenshah Satguru take from Raharki Sahib to cover the food prepared for the auspicious occasion and when the food is covered with it the food does not fall short of the requirement and any number of people can come and have it in Bhandhara Sahib).

This thought made her little upset, and she immediately started remembering Saijan, and at that very moment half the extended shed of her house fell besides her like a sacred coverlet on the food stock kept for the wedding and nothing was damaged. Later on Hijayat Bai kept on removing food under the shed for her guests and she made all the people of her town eat food nicely and yet the food did not finish, she also fulfilled the formalities of giving things to her daughter according to the customs and she gave things to others also but still much more was left with her. After the wedding she went back to Raharki Sahib and told Saijan that she had forgotten to take the sacred coverlet for Bhandara Sahib, Saijan replied, “you remembered me and I broke half the extended shed of the roof to make a cover for the Bhandara Sahib” after listening to this Hijayat bai fell at Saijan’s feet and started praising him for unconditional love and kindness.

Sacho Satram.