There is an endless list of patients, whose ailments had been declared incurable by the most qualified and eminent doctors in their respective places, but they got completely cured at the Naturopathy Treatment Center of Baru Sahib.
In the nature-bound lap of the Himalayas lies the Valley of Divine Peace, Baru Sahib, where a Naturopathy Treatment Centre is being run under the personal supervision of Baba Iqbal Singh. Patients from far and near come here to regain their health and hope in life.
There is an endless list of patients, whose ailments had been declared incurable by the most qualified and eminent doctors in their respective places, but they got completely cured at the Naturopathy Treatment Centre of Baru Sahib.
Inderjit Kaur belongs to New Delhi and is in her late thirties. She suddenly fell sick in the year 2006. Doctors declared her to be suffering from life-threatening cancer. The only remedy, they said, is to operate. So she got operated on and hoped to be fit soon. But destiny had something else in store for the poor lady. Soon after the operation, the stitches got infected with puss. Now Inderjit Kaur started remaining ill regularly.
She was admitted to the Balaji Action Hospital, Delhi, for fifteen days. And this time, another team of doctors diagnosed her to be suffering from dual kidney failure, which she didn’t know earlier. Now she began to face problems with walking and even breathing. Her blood pressure rose to 180 to 200/110 and the level of haemoglobin in her blood fell to 6 grams from a normal level of 10 grams. Doctors, at this stage, apologetically informed her to have reached an incurable stage, and referred her case to Mata Chanan Devi Hospital, New Delhi, where she was again under intensive medical care and supervision for another fifteen days.
While convalescing at home, someone told her about an eminent physician, Dr Kausar, based at Kashni Hospital, located in Tamil Nadu. This information revived hope in Inderjit Kaur and her family. She immediately started off at Kashni Hospital, Tamil Nadu. And despite much pain and suffering, she managed to reach there after a tiring rail journey of three days and two nights. By this time, she was already in a tremendously bad condition. She managed to meet Dr Kausar. Upon examining the condition of the patient, Dr Kausar also said that he will try to cure her with his medicine, but he wasn’t
sure if she could recover. His medicine cost about Rs. 7200 per month. Though it was an unaffordable amount, Inderjit Kaur borrowed the money and hoped to get cured with this medicine. But all was in vain. Nothing could help her much, and her condition, more or less, remained the same. One day, while she was in a very bad condition, she visited the Gurdwara Sahib at Rajouri Garden, New Delhi. There, by a mere coincidence, Baba Iqbal Singh was present to meet the ‘sangat’. Inderjit Kaur went for seeking Babaji’s blessings, and narrated her sorrowful story to him. After listening about her incurable disease, Babaji advised her to try the naturopathy treatment at Baru Sahib. Inderjit Kaur immediately rushed for
the place. Her treatment started. She was more on naturopathy and spirituality than allopathy. Coming to this naturopathy centre proved to be miraculous for Inderjit Kaur. She was now at Waheguru’s mercy.
Her treatment was initiated under Babaji’s keen and insightful guidance. There is a special arrangement for the stay of the patients along with their attendants in the most comfortable lap of Mother Nature.
Inderjit Kaur was encouraged to be hopeful and optimistic towards life. From the herbal garden, in Baru Sahib, she wasgiven several herbal remedies. She began to feel better within a week. Her haemoglobin rose back to 10 grams and blood pressure became normal. Inderjit Kaur was now not only under an extensive naturopathy treatment, but also, under the soulful supervision of Baba Ji. She started the ever eternal ‘Naam Simran’ in the premises of Darbar Sahib as well as in her apartment.
Inderjit Kaur now says that Naam Simran has brought back the seed of life in her dying kidneys. Now she has almost recovered. After the merciful and miraculous recovery from her never-ending and hopeless ailment, Inderjit Kaur has now made up her mind not to return home and stay back at Baru Sahib and serve humanity. She is now healthily staying at Baru Sahib and successfully imparting academic as well as spiritual education to the underprivileged children studying there.