And finally it was Nagpur again. It was night. The powers of evil that kept doggedly at Shri Nathji’s heels made another attempt to strike out at Shri Nathji.
The plane landed, but with a bump that was so terrific that it shook all the passengers in the cabin. It was some miscalculation on the part of the pilot outwardly, but Priya Nath knew the significance of the jolt–it was yet another warning by the powers of evil that they were very much alive and after Shri Nathji.
At Nagpur airport there was not a soul in sight. Shri Nathji had not sent a telegram to anyone at Nagpur, and so there was no one to receive them.
Just when it appeared that there was no way of getting to the city from Nagpur airport at that hour of the night, a miracle took place.
Smt. Tara Buty suddenly appeared on the scene. She had no idea that Shri Nathji would be at the airport. In fact she did not even know that he had gone to Bombay and was returning. She had come to the airport to see off a relative. She was surprised upon meeting Shri Nathji at the airport and bowed before him. Shri Nathji said to her: I had sent out my waves to you–that is why you are here. It was ordained that only you receive me at the airport!
And thus it was in Tara Buty’s car that Shri Nathji, Pran Nath and Priya Nath returned to their residence at Nagpur.
The next day the devotees gathered together to give Shri Pran Nath a warm welcome. As usual Shri Nathji’s voice rained down divine bliss upon them. The devotees were struck by the divine personality of Shri Pran Nath in whom they saw a reflection of the divine light of Shri Nathji in all its glory.
Mrs. Bhutt could hardly contain herself with joy, and wept tears of joy even as she saw Pran Nath and said:
Wah! Bilkul Bhagwan ke bete hain! Shri Rama ke Luv Kush hain!
“How wonderful! He is of a certainty the Son of God! These two are the two sons of Lord Rama – Luv and Kush!
And it was in that atmosphere of divine bliss that the days flew by. Shri Pran Nath said that the past decade had been bad; he predicted that better days were ahead for the world, and that a change of government would come about in India.
All his predictions were to come true in the days that followed. The year 1979 came to an end for Shri Nathji at Nagpur.