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"Ajgar kare naa chaakri..panchi kare naa kaam...Das ...Malukaa keh gaye...Sabke daataa Ram"..Poet says to sit idle ..and not work..since bread and butter will be provided by god...Why thid demotivating Doha by so called sant...???

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Asked by Anil khare, 17 Nov '12 11:18 am
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Bat to aapki sahi hai
sochne wali baat hai
Answered by TALKH HAQEEQAT, 17 Nov '12 11:47 am

 
  
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God Even provides food for the insects hiding beneath stones.

Maluk das ji has not said this statement , just like that, he did a full experiment. He decided to first test God on this statement. He went into a deep jungle, so that nobody can find him, and therefore how will God be able to feed him. He sat on a tree. After sometimes he found a villager crossing the jungle has put down the food he was carrying , as his village was near and he decided not to carry the load of food further. At this Maluk Das ji thought that although God has brought food , so close to him, but he wont have it. So he stayed on the tree. After sometime a group of robbers came and found that food. Their leader thought it must be the plan of the villagers to kill him, as the food may be poisoned. He asked his fellow men to search for any man in and around. And one of them pointed towards maluk das on the tree. The leader asked maluk to come down and eat the food. Maluk das climbed down the tree but said he ...more
Answered by Psycho, 17 Nov '12 11:21 am

 
  
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Ram feeds indians free of cost.
Answered by Mahachor Baghela, 17 Nov '12 11:19 am

 
  
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