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Shri Nathji, Priya Nath and Priyavari visited the place. There, under a tree, the statue of Mahamateshwari was placed, and Shri Nathji inaugurated the site.
The sky was rent with the sounds of: Jai Jai Shri Bhola Nath hare…. Jai Jai Shri Bhola Nath hare… Mahamateshwari ki jai … Mahamateshwari ki jai…”
It was a day the people would remember for long. Mahamateshwari appeared to be present, and very vividly alive and real on the spot. A snake passed through the assembled crowd quietly and almost reverentially, without biting anyone.
Shri Nathji walked around the plot to the sounds of the chanting. Mahamateshwari had entered the region. The temple was not constructed later–because there was no money. Y. M. Deo managed to have a well dug in the area, but that was about all. But monument or no monument, the place had assumed a sanctity no other Mandir would enjoy for a long time to come, for God Himself had set foot upon the ground and declared it a temple. The memorable event took place on March 12, 1978.