Totally immersed day and night in continuous holy service of His beloved Satguru, aged Sri Guru Amar Das Ji also used to fetch a pitcher of water from the distant river Beas every night for the bath of Sri nanak-bhagti.htm">Guru Angad Sahib.
It was during the 12th year of this unparalleled and unique service that on a dark and stormy night, on His way back, Sri Guru Amar Das Ji's foot got entangled in a weaver's stump, and He fell into a weaving pit. Guru Amar Das Ji fell but did not let the pitcher fall.
On hearing the thud of the fall, weaver's wife had remarked, “Who else it could be except Amaroo Nathawan (the homeless).”
The Knower of all Hearts, Sri Guru Nanak Sahib the Second asked Sri Guru Amar Das Ji on His return, “Purkha Ji, You are slightly late today.” The Humility Incarnate Guru Amar Das Ji begged for forgiveness in His characteristic humility with folded hands and submitted while weeping, “Sachey Patsha, Mistake will not recur again.” This question was repeated thrice by Sri nanak-bhagti.htm">Guru Angad Sahib, and Sri Guru Amar Das Ji apologized every time, with the same pathetic appeal for Mercy.
Sri nanak-bhagti.htm">Guru Angad Sahib took His Most Beloved Disciple in His Holy arms and clasped Him to His bosom. He made Him sit on wooden stool on which He Himself used to take bath daily.
Sri nanak-bhagti.htm">Guru Angad Dev Ji, who was thus bathing daily in the overflowing Prema — pure love of Sri Guru Amar Das Ji could restrain Himself no more and on this auspicious day, He in return bathed Sri Guru Amar Das Ji in the streaming overflow of His own love for Sri Guru Amar Das Ji. Sri nanak-bhagti.htm">Guru Angad Sahib's love for Sri Guru Amar Das Ji melted down in precious tears through His holy eyes and stormed in holy bath the Holiest of the Holy, Sri Guru Amar Das Ji. Separate individualities had altogether ceased. Prema-Bhakti had reached a climax and assumed a wonderful state of sublimity. Love-Divine and the Lover-Divine had dissolved into the Divine Beloved Lord.
Satguru eternally bathes with utmost spiritual delight, in the nectar of divine love always flowing from the saturated hearts and perpetual wet eyes of his beloved devotees/sikhs. It was a unique and unprecedented return of that love by Sri Guru Angad Sahib.