A man whose name was Sabumal was suffering from an incurable fever, which was making him weak day by day. He came to know that only Shehenshah Satguru Sant Sai Satramdas Saheb’s blessings could cure him.

One day he came to know that Sai Sant Satramdas Saheb was travelling by train, and the train was going to stop at the station of the city where Sabumal lived. Sabumal checked the arrival time of the train, by which Shehenshah Satguru was going to arrive. Sabumal reached the station well before time . He waited for a long time and when the train arrived.  Sabumal could not resist and rushed to Meet Sai Satram Das Sahib, and on seeing him he fell down, at his divine feet and pleaded with Sai Satramdas Sahib, to take away his fever from him. Shehenshah Satguru, Hugged Sabumal, and said “Sabumal even if you would have said, to bless you so that your  incurable fever gets cured, I would have blessed you, but you are asking me to take your fever, so I think God wants me to take your fever, so from now on, I am taking your fever, and from today onwards, I will get this fever, and you will be cured forever” Sabumal felt very bad, as he realised, that due to his excitement and haste, he did not speak proper words and asked Saijan to take his fever. Sabumal started cying, after realising his mistake, and asked for forgiveness from Shehenshah Satguru Sai Satramdas Sahib, but Saijan told him not to worry, and said, that it was because of him, that he is blessed by God, in the form of this fever, so  something God has offered him through him, is a blessing and told Sabumal,  not to feel guilty. Such was the greatness of Shehenshah Satguru Sai Satramdas Sahib. He helped everyone and cured, incurable diseases of the people with his divine blessings and healing touch.

Sabumal never got that fever again,  and lived a healthy life.

But Shehenshah Satguru Sant Sai Satramdas Saheb himself,  sustained that fever till he left his  mundane body for the heavenly abode.

How kind and Great was Shehenshah Satguru Sant Sai Satramdas Sahib.

Sacho Satram.