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At the Thai Pavilion, which featured a beautiful golden Buddhist Temple, Shri Nathji was mobbed by swarms of people, many of whom sat at his feet. People took out their cameras and asked Shri Nathji to pose in front of the Temple. It was a strange pose–God at Buddha’s shrine.
Shri Nathji had turned his divine light on. The human souls around him felt the radiance, and an indefinable attraction. But human intelligence was not capable of interpreting such divinity, and man was left bewildered.
Shri Nathji would never tire of speaking of the American Pavilion, in which a whole room had moved around the exhibits, carrying the visitors inside it.