The soul of Harbhajan Singh, an army of the Punjab Regiment of the Indian Army, has been guarding the country's border for the last 53 years. The armies say Harbhajan Singh's soul always warns them about the threat posed by China. Indian soldiers not only protect their country but also in still feel the passion of some an army to serve the country so much that even after they die, their souls do not forget their duty. One of them is Baba Harbhajan Singh, an army of the Punjab Regiment.
Baba Harbhajan Singh was born on 30th August 1946 in Gujranwala district, which moved to Pakistan after partition. Baba Harbhajan joined the 24th Battalion of Punjab regiment in 1966. It had been only two years since he served the nation when he attained valour in an accident. In fact, when Harbhajan Singh was crossing the river on a mule, he was swept away by the river along with the mule and his body was not found for two days. When his body was not found for two days, he himself reportedly came to a young man's dream and told him about his body. His body was then searched and cremated.
According to media reports, for the past 53 years since Harbhajan's death in 1968, his soul has been protecting Indians on the country's border. Indian soldiers say Baba Harbhajan's soul already alerts him about the threat posed by China. Not only that, the Chinese soldiers themselves believe this very much.