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Though Atma Vijaya I, and Atma Vijay II, and Atma Vijaya III were printed during Shri Nathji’s lifetime over the years, but Atma Vijaya IV and Atma Vijay V were to remain only in manuscript form.
Shri Nathji would read these manuscripts even in later years in the 1990’s and be ever thrilled by the divine revelations he had dictated during the solitary days of his brief sojourn at Shadi Bhavan in 1945-1946.
On the hillock on which Shadi Bhavan was situated there was another house owned by the same owner. It was named Shyam Bhavan, which was situated at a little height from Shadi Bhavan.
Justice Girish Prasad Mathur of the Allahabad High Court who had earlier come for Shri Nathji’s darshan at Dilaram Estate in 1943 and had been greatly touched by him, used to rent Shyam Bhavan for the summers. He was extremely pleased that Shri Nathji had become his neighbour. How fortunate was the man who had God as his neighbour!
Kaash meraa ghar tere ghar ke mukaabil hotaa
Too naa aataa teri aavaaz to aati
Would that my house was next to Thine!
Even if Thou wouldst not come, Thy voice would have come to me!
Justice Girish Prasad Mathur would look down at Shadi Bhavan from his house Shyam Bhavan above, and would spot Shri Nathji standing outside the house or sitting in the sunshine outside, and he would immediately call out from above:
Dil ke aayine men hai tasveere yaar
Jab chaahaa dekhaa yoon gardan jhukaali
The portrait of my Beloved is within my heart,
I do bend my head a little, and see it whenever I wish
He would frequently say to Shri Nathji:
If we can but grasp even a little bit of what you tell us then we shall have accomplished a great deal in life!