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There was a time when Shri Nathji was travelling from Lucknow to Lahore by train. He had his faithful attendant, Sohan Singh, with him.
As the train approached Ludhiana station, Shri Nathji complained of weakness and giddiness. Sohan Singh was in a state of great worry and despair. What could he do to make his master well?
Just, then, the train stopped, and a tall figure clad in a thick overcoat entered the compartment.
It was Justice Rangilal of the Punjab High Court. He had brought with him a large basket of flowers for Shri Nathji, which a coolie carried inside the compartment.
Shri Nathji was so overjoyed to meet his devotee that his love went out in a divine flow of words that took Justice Rangilal to another world.
After Justice Rangilal had left the compartment, a greatly relieved Sohan Singh turned to Shri Nathji and said in a light vein:
Huzoor! Here I was dying with worry for your sake! And there you were, your face flushed with colour, speaking with great exuberance! What a wonderful scene it was! I wish I had a camera with me! Please don’t test me like this in the future! I do not like dramatics that depict you as a sick man! It kills me with worry!