Sripada Rajam Saranam Prapadhye.
Sripada devotee Kalpesh ji is sharing an amazing leela of swamy in his life.
Incident which I am writing today is worth sharing. We have no idea how shreepad swamy takes care of his devotees
I am from Goa (Cansaulim village) and I have to travel to panjim for my work which is about 28km from my place. My work starts at 7.30am in the morning, so I leave my house at around 6.20am.
On 13 December 2016. I along with my brother left the house at 6.20 in the morning. It was dawn time. I was driving the car with headlights on. Suddenly I saw just born black colour puppies sleeping on the road, in order to save them I turned my stearing towards right, on right side more puppies were there playing. In that situation I applied brakes result of which the car skided off the road and went straight into the roadside field (the depth between road and field was about 2.5 meters) and overturned twice. At that moment I thought it's end of us. After overturning twice it came to rest with driver side on the top. In those fraction of seconds I was completely blank. I saw my brother who had fallen at the side seat and I was on top of him. I told him we have survived and when I looked on top I could see only the sky. I quickly removed the key from the ignition thinking car might catch fire. Dn I tried to open the door but could not. Dn smhow I opened the door and we came out.
When we came out there was not a single scratch on our body. We were completely saved by lord shripada. Then I called my home to tell the incident, my wife told me today is "DATTJAYANTI" and he has saved you.Those dog puppies which were there on the road was none other than lord himself. They must have protected you from something which would have been worse than this. There only I thanked swamy shripada for giving us rebirth.
From this incident I just remembered the one of the 12 statements of assurance declared to devotees by swamy shripada in his charitramrut
" JUST LIKE AN EYELID I WILL PROTECT THE PERSON WHO IS DEDICATED TO ME THROUGH MIND, WORD AND DEED".
"Shreepad rajam sharanam prapadhye".