Here is the interesting story of the Soul or Ghost of an Indian Army Soldier Harbhajan Singh who once was part of an Indian Army is still said to be protected India’s border.
In this article, you will get testimony of the fact that being a soldier you will turn to be immortal and Harbhajan Singh is live proves of the same.
Harbhajan Singh is also known as the Baba Harbhajan Singh, who served India as an Army soldier died in 1986. People believe that his ghost is protecting his brothers-in-arms and he is actually said to safeguard the border of Indi.
In 1941, in Punjab, the Indian soldier Baba Harbhajan was born and he joined the Indian Army in 1956. He was granted a commission to serve with the 14 Rajput Regiment.
In the year 1967, near Nathu-La pass, Baba Harbhajan Singh met died post slipping and drowning in a glacier though he was leading a column of mules carrying supplies to a lonesome outpost.
His body was recovered after three days and then his funeral done with huge respect and honor.
People in his village question that did he really die?
As nobody was able to believe about the death of Harbhajan Singh even after his funeral.
As per a story after his death, it is said to be that Harbhajan Singh was appeared in a dream of his one of the friend’s dream and asked him to erect a shrine in his memory.
Hence, a shrine was built and dedicated to Singh. The water from the shrine is believed to heal ailing soldiers.
Even today, jawans posted at the Nathu-La post firmly believe that Singh’s soul or ghost actually protecting them.
Even the Chinese, during flag meets, set a chair aside to honor Harbhajan Singh. Stories about his soul or ghost visiting the camps at night as well walking up with the soldiers who sleep while on the watch are massively popular and these are very regular stuff in the area.
Until his recent retirement, Singh got promotion and post-retirement a titled of the Honorary Captain. His salary has, without fail, been sent to his family post his retirement.
Harbhajan Singh is looked up to as a holy saint and the fellow soldiers recognized him or treat him as ‘Baba’.
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