….taken from my website for ShreeNathji:
….. Another amazing happening I was a witness to was in the Mangala darshan when at Nathdwara with Gurushree Sudhir bhai.
I was woken up very early by Gurushree. He said, “We will go and sit in the outer parisar (compound) of ShreeNathji Haveli early today, just inside the Lal Darwaza where we always wait for Mangala on a regular basis. Shreeji has sent a hukum (order) to me to be there early.”
I have learnt from earlier experience at Nathdwara, to just follow the orders whenever Gurushree says something, as the explanations and understandings come later.
So I showered and we reached there at around 3.30 am. Once there we realized what was happening.
As there is the construction work going on around the Haveli; a truck was being loaded with the stone debris from the inside of the left side area right inside the Lal Darvaza.
It caused immense noise as the workers did not have any instructions from the temple board to work silently.
We were astonished as to how the mandir board allows this much noise all through the night.
We realized why we were called here so early when Shreeji’s melodious voice echoed, in which Shreeji told us,
“See there is no bhao. They do not even consider that I (Shreeji) am sleeping inside and would be disturbed. I called you’ll early to show this, that no one cares. Why should I stay here? All are selfish”.
The entire mandir board, as well as the Tilkayatji is responsible for this lack of proper planning and supervision in the Haveli work.
Entire nights Shreeji may have not been able to sleep because of the very loud noise of loading stones in a truck.
It is an accepted fact that Shreeji lives here, that is why none is allowed in the premises once the Shayan Darshan is over. No one inside dares to make any noise so as not to cause disturbance to Thakurjee.
How angry do ‘we’ get when during some festivals loud music is played and ‘our’ rest disturbed?
Loud noise or music is prohibited after a certain hour as it disturbs ours, humans rest and sleep.
But our Dear Shreeji, being so full of kindness and compassion lets it be. In a very sleepy and tiny voice He again said,
“Koi baat nahin, humans have lost all bhao, its ok”. “Main yahan se bhaag jaata hun, yahan soata hi nahin”. (It does not matter. Humans have lost all bhao. I run away from here. I do not sleep here any more.)
… more from my website for Shreeji