Shri Nathji had stayed at Malik Nagar for the entire month of December 1951 and part of January 1952. Shri Bhutt had been pressing him to come and stay with him at Delhi at the new bungalow allotted to him.
And, therefore, in the month of January 1952, Shri Nathji left Malik Nagar and went to live with Shri Bhutt at his house at Delhi.
Shri Bhutt had earlier been promoted to the rank of Deputy Secretary in the Ministry of Defence and had moved to 2, Pusa Road.
Shri Nathji had stayed but briefly at 2, Pusa Road, once in March 1948, after his return from his first Bombay trip, and then in December 1949, before he went to live with Lal Hargopal Khanna in January 1950.
The house was located close to a main intersection in the busy road outside, and the noise of the traffic had always been a drawback. Bhutt Sahib always felt that Shri Nathji could never be comfortable in the place.
The children, Pran Nath and Priya Nath, enjoyed the house for the large cane chairs that it had, which they threw down upon the ground and frolicked around in as if they were “driving” them.
Shri Bhutt had applied for better accommodation and had been allotted a bungalow at 40 Lodi Road, New Delhi, which had a large spacious lawn, a large hall and several rooms, as well as a large driveway and a garage, and which he thought would be very suitable for Shri Nathji.
Shri Nathji had not lived with the Bhutts since December 1949, and the Bhutts had been desperate to have him in their home.
For Shri Nathji, there was no difference between the relatively poor Nand Kishore, an accountant at the glass factory, and Shri Bhutt an Officer in the Government. It was the intense yearning of Shri Bhutt that brought him to his house.
The people of Delhi thronged for Shri Nathji’s darshan and blessings at 40 Lodi Road, which soon turned into a Temple of God. Shri Nathji’s Divine Light was at its peak. Numerous were the persons who were released from sorrow and suffering and given untold happiness by Shri Nathji during those days, and yet, for the greater part, he would sit mostly with Shri Bhutt and Dandewali, and four close devotees of Lahore who visited him regularly. These were Shri Bhagat Ram, Master Ram Nath, Shri Charan Das, and Shri Sohan Lal.
Shri Bhagat Ram’s cry to the world was:
“Jo bole so sarshaar Savitri Nath Nishkalank Avatar! He is thrice blessed who hails Savitri Nath to be the Avatar!”
He would always pray to Shri Nathji to remove the poverty in the world: “Daridra Narayan ko door karo!”
His letters to Shri Nathji would begin with: “Emperor of the Spiritual World, Shri Nathji Bhagwan.”
Bhagat Ram was always dressed in chooridars, a coat, as also a waistcoat and a loose fitting turban, and would sit before Shri Nathji like he was sitting before God.
Shri Nathji always said that Bhagat Ram, though being a poor clerk in Lahore had played a great part at the time of Shri Nathji’s marriage there, on the 7th of May 1939.
There was Shri Sohan Lal Khosla, who had seen the vision of Shri Nathji seated on a high throne in the Hall of the Heavens, where all the angels, devis and devtaas paid homage to him, and all the kings and the emperors, saints and sages, stood before him their hands folded in reverence. This vision was also seen by his fifteen-year-old son, R.K. Khosla, at the same time. Shri Sohan Lal would always be seen wearing a coat and trousers, and a turban with a kullaa, a little conical cap within. Shri Nathji’s voice would be frequently heard calling out to him in a loving manner: “Sohan Lalji!”
Shri Charan Das Kapahi had first met Shri Babaji Maharaj and Shri Nathji at the asking of his friend, Sohan Lal Khosla, at Lahore in 1935. He had fallen in a swoon at the divine revelation that came before him. He had thereafter made it a point to seek their darshan daily. He was a postmaster, but very learned in the scriptures, as also in Urdu, Persian and Sanskrit. Whenever Shri Nathji would come to Delhi, he would come for his darshan daily, riding on a bicycle. No matter how far away he lived from Shri Nathji, he would invariably come for his darshan every evening even if he had to cycle for several miles. He had a physical infirmity in one hand but would drive the bicycle over large distances just for Shri Nathji’s darshan.
Master Ram Nath was a short-statured man who usually wore an achkan and a black cap. He had known Shri Nathji since the days at Lahore. He had committed the grave mistake of unwittingly siding with the landlord, while he was looking after Jagatmataji after the passing away of Shri Babaji Maharaj. This had caused Jagatmata to leave the house and thereafter to leave the world as well. Whenever he would come before Shri Nathji, he would recollect his mistakes of the past and would weep before Shri Nathji and ask for forgiveness, and Shri Nathji would always embrace him with love.
Shri Nathji spoke to his old admirers for hours. These persons had been listening to him ever since the days of Lahore in the 1920’s when Shri Nathji had been a young man, and here they were in 1951, still listening to an unending flow of divine words that came from him and which took them to another world.
These were not teachings, for his devotees had learnt everything they needed from him, but rather these were divine revelations coming from Shri Nathji’s inexhaustible storehouse of Divinity. Those who listened to Shri Nathji became absolutely merged in him, and lost all consciousness of their own selves and the world around them. He had often said:
“ Main hazaaron saalon tak bol saktaa hoon!
“I can go on speaking for thousands of years! The knowledge of the Unlimited must be unlimited as well! Time and Space have no meaning for me.”
Shri Nathji frequently said:
“ALL TIME IS NOW! ALL DISTANCE HERE!”
Shri Nathji’s unending, inexhaustible flow of divine words was yet another proof of His being God. No one in the world could go on speaking for years and years, to the same people, and yet have something new to say each time! And not only was he speaking to the few before him, his voice was reaching out to the whole world, to the suffering humanity, helping them, uplifting them and guiding them, alleviating their ills and sorrows in a countless number of invisible ways, even when they were not aware of him.