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Din Muhammad Sahib was a weaver by profession. When he heard of Shri Babaji Bhagwan in the area he came eagerly for his darshan. The effect upon him was marvelous to behold. It was as if iron had been turned into gold with a single glance. This was the magical effect of Shri Babaji’s Divine personality on all who came to him during those days at Amritsar. It was a great wonder that Muslims were holding him in such great reverence despite the fact that Shri Babaji Bhagwan was regarded as a Hindu because of his Hindu name and his manner of living. Only the great inner attraction of Shri Babaji Bhagwan could convert such orthodox people of other faiths. It was a rare occurrence to see Muslims revering a Hindu saint with such great fervour and devotion as these Muslim devotees had in Shri Babaji Bhagwan.  However Shri Babaji Bhagwan did not appear as a Hindu to these Muslims. He was a Being who existed beyond the narrow confines of religion. He was meant for all. He had never thought of Himself as belonging to any particular faith and always accepted all the religions of the world as his own. Whoever came to him was at once converted to him. A world of faith appeared to loom large before the devotee and before he knew it, he had merged himself completely into it.