When Shri Nathji wrote to Bhutt about his meeting with Father Malachy in London and his trip to the U.S., Shri Bhutt was so deeply moved that he wrote immediately to Shri Nathji. At that time he had retired as Chief Justice and had become Vice Chancellor of Saugar University in Madhya Pradesh.
Shri Bhutt Sahib’s letter to Shri Nathji shall always remain in the pages of Shri Nathji’s history as a landmark of devotion. Shri Nathji used to read it again and again, and in later days had it printed and published in his books as a tribute to the devotion of his beloved Bhutt Sahib.
University of Saugar
August 12, 1964
Lord Shri Bhola Nathji Bhagwan,
My most reverential prostrations to you. Most respected and benevolent your holiness.
Not a day passes when we do not think and talk of you and your wonderful powers to purify and endear you to us through all-pervading and deep Love. I am convinced that such a Love was possible only in a personality in whom the Divinity had fully manifested itself. And combined with your strictest regard and observance of Maryaada you stand out to us as an Avatar who has come to the Earth to teach us the Divine Lesson of Love and Duty, i.e. Bhakti and Karma Yog. You also combine in you these Divine Qualities. For you have no desires and are immovable except in so far as you act only to please others. You thus fully ideologise in yourself the triple qualities of Bhakti, Karmayog and Sanyaas-or Sat, Chit and Anand. We only pray that Your Will may succeed and purify the world so that the New Era of Sat-Yug may be ushered in as early as possible.
One thing is certain that there is a Divine Plan behind all your actions, although we see it only when it is ultimately revealed.
It may be that some souls in U. K. or U. S. also had a keen desire to meet a personality who could give them peace and beatitude, not so much through sermons as through personal contact. For sermons may give us joy but not enlightenment or bliss. Your electric personality has that quality–to raise us to the heights of joy without even our knowing it.
I have no manner of doubt that this subtle benign influence of Your Divine Personality has been felt by even men with a modern way of thinking, such as in U. K. or U.S.
Most respected Mataji was kind enough to send us a published news-letter of London which showed to us how miraculously you have impressed your Divine Personality even upon the religious fraternity in England. Your personality is indeed cosmopolitan and can be acclaimed by people of any faith or thought, for you represent the quintessence of human perfection.
With the humblest and most reverential pranaams, I close.
Your Holiness’ Dasanudas,