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Smt. Tara Buty, a leading public figure of Nagpur, who was at the head of the reception committee, became distraught, She sent a telegram to Shri Nathji: “Save Prestige”. And, shortly thereafter, arrived at Shri Nathji’s residence in New Delhi by plane.
Your devotees have become like orphans, she said to Shri Nathji, Aapke bhakt anaath ho gaye hain. Please come and give them solace!
The entire episode had been like a shocking drama. Even the devotee who had sent the telegram that created such havoc, had no idea why he had done it. The drama was part of the Divine Will. Tara Buty was destined to fly to Delhi to bring Shri Nathji to Nagpur.
Tara Buty came before Shri Nathji in his drawing room at Sarvodya Enclave. The moment she entered into his presence something happened to her. Tears came into her eyes and she began to experience the divinity of Shri Nathji.
She had met Shri Nathji in March 1949 and had even played host to him for the duration of his stay at Nagpur; but, at that time, Shri Nathji had not divulged his real form upon her, and she did not receive the devotion given to others. Perhaps it was to grant her genuine faith and devotion that the drama had been enacted, and she had been compelled by circumstances to present herself before Shri Nathji at Delhi.
She begged Shri Nathji to start for Nagpur at once to save the prestige of the devotees who had announced his coming there, and also to give his darshan to the multitudes thirsting for him at Maharashtra.
Train reservations were well nigh impossible to obtain on such a short notice. But the miraculous was not far from happening when intense prayers and supplications from devotees moved the Divine Will. The reservations for Nagpur were obtained in one single day! And very shortly Shri Nathji was bound for Nagpur. Priya Nath and Sahadeva were with him, as also a servant, Brij Mohan, by name. Tara Buty travelled with them in the Servants’ Compartment.