Shri Nathji had kept a dog in the house as well as a large bird. The bird was supposed to have been the famed singing ‘chakor’ but was later discovered to be an ordinary partridge. Both, Shri Nathji and Mateshwari, fed the bird with great punctiliousness. They had even got a large sized cage for the bird.
They were loathe to leave the two pets behind in the house but it would have been difficult to take them to the plains in the car. Shyam Singh, who was the brother of Moosa Singh of Kasmanda Lodge, was engaged as a chowkidar to look after the house in the winter.
Moosa Singh had been so affected by the Love of Shri Nathji and his divine embrace that he would say to Shri Nathji:
“Main sooraj ki taraf haathh uthhaakar kaih saktaa hoon ke Bhagwan aap hee hain! Gareebon ko kaun pyaar kartaa hai!
“I can raise my hand towards the Sun and swear that you are God! Who is it that loves the poor but you!”
Shri Nathji had often said: “Main sankalp rahit hoon! I am without any desire!”
There always had to be someone to move him, whether a devotee or his own family. It was in that way that Shri Nathji gave his darshan to a large number of people in various parts of the land.
Shri Nathji had now made Pran Nath and Priya Nath the motivating factors for his manushya leela upon earth, his part in the drama being enacted by him upon earth. He had chosen the education and welfare of the children as his prime moving force and inspiration to go to various places where thirsty souls were waiting for him since eternity. It did not matter whether there was just one soul that was waiting for him.
The children had been through a very difficult time in their school and needed rest and relaxation to recuperate.
Shri Nathji knew this would not be possible in Akola or Nagpur where thousands would throng to him and the children would be virtually confined for days on end. Besides, the children were very fond of New Delhi, where they could go to Connaught Place and India Gate and the cinema theatres and purchase all manner of toys and games.
And it was thus that Shri Nathji decided to go to Delhi. Now that Bhutt Sahib was no longer there, Shri Nathji had to decide between the house of Shri Vaid Raj and a rented place, and he decided upon the rented place.