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Was it a miracle?

Discussion in 'Inspirational Stories' started by kds1980, Nov 19, 2007.

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    kds1980 India
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    Apr 4, 2005
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    Was it a miracle?-Chandigarh-Cities-The Times of India

    AMRITSAR: Surjit Singh was barely able to see in April this year. He says he consulted renowned specialists but without success.
    Then, Giani Puran Singh, head granthi of Golden Temple, advised him to take a dip in Dukh Bhanjan Beri for 14 days.
    On the gurpurab of Guru Hargobind, Surjit says, he felt a miraculous change and could see.
    So, was it a miracle or a natural recovery? The large number of curious SGPC sewadars, employees and devotees thronging room number three of Guru Arjun Dev Niwas at the SGPC complex to get a glimpse of Surjit, think it was a miracle.
    Surjit, a resident of Karnal who works as area manager with a Mumbai-based company, thinks so. However, eye specialist Ravijit Singh said a patient may stop seeing due to optic nerve inflammation but the problem often cures on its own and vision restored.
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