Shri Bal Ojarkar began composing Aartis on Shri Nathji and Mateshwari. These Aartis were very soon to replace the traditional Om Jai Jagdish Hare in the satsangs of the devotees of Shri Nathji.
Jai Jai Bhola Nathji
Aayaa sharan tihaari Prabhuji
Prem ki barsaat karo,
Dukh dard hamaare door karo
Saath hameshaan rahaa karo
Kripaa karo, kripaa karo
All Glory to Bhola Nathji!
I have taken refuge in Thee, Prabhuji,
Shower thy Rain of love on us,
Set us free of sorrow and pain
Remain thou with us, always,
Bless us! Bless us! Bless us,
O Lord Nathji!
Jai Jai Jai Mateshwari
Jagat Jananni Mangalkaari
Ham baalak hain moorr agyaani
Apaar mahimaa shakti na jaani
Sharana aaye vinati itni
Barso mayiyaa kripaa tumhaari
All Glory to Mateshwari-
The Divine Mother that bringeth Good Tidings,
We are thy children, unwise and ignorant,
We cannot fathom thy infinite designs and Power!
We have taken refuge in Thee, we pray to thee
That thou will rain down thy Mercy upon us!
The permanence of Shri Nathji’s relationship with the devotees of Akola was to be proved later with the passage of time.
All that had happened at Akola during the thirteen days was not a passing phase of spiritual jubilation; it was not a brief moment of divine inspiration that would vanish as quickly as it came. It was a relationship that was to exist forever. All who had been made his, would remain his. The thirteen days Shri Nathji spent in Akola were to remain in the pages of history for all time to come.
As Shri Nathji said: The seed must first hide itself and then grow; the sun must sink then rise again; after the Autumn must come the Spring.
The love of Shri Nathji, the divine grace of Mateshwari, their living story would go to all corners of the world, such was the prayer of their devotees.
What does the advent of the avatar imply? It implies the fulfilment of the earnest desire of the devotees of God.
A jewel can only be recognised by jewellers. Others cannot differentiate between a jewel and a piece of glass.