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At the request of Jagdish and his friend Rajjan, Shri Nathji consented to go to Agra, which was close to Hathras. Ganni Lal Kasera and Shyam Lal Kasera went with him.
At Agra, Shri Nathji, Mateshwari, Pran Nath, Priya Nath and their entourage consisting of Jagdish, Rajjan, Gani Lal and Shyam Lal visited the Taj Mahal.
It was a grand sight, seeing the Incarnation of Love – Shri Nathji – standing before a monument of Love. The Taj Mahal lit up with a beauty it had never had before. Shri Nathji’s divine light lent a grandeur to the monument which it did not possess on its own. Many tourists who came to the Taj Mahal that day found themselves fascinated by the presence of Shri Nathji there. They were attracted to him without knowing who he was.
Shri Nathji went to the Taj, bare headed, wearing elegant, dark green German-made sunglasses. He was wearing a loose cotton pyjama and a loose kurta and had a thin cotton shawl wrapped around himself and thrown across the shoulder.
Indeed this was a rare mode of dressing for Shri Nathji. He had seldom been seen bare-headed by people, and never in loose cotton pyjamas and dark glasses.
His devotees, who were accompanying him, saw only him and nothing else. The Taj Mahal had little meaning for them when the King of Kings, Shahenshah Rue Zameen was there.
Shri Nathji went inside the Taj Mahal and stood in silence for a few minutes at the graves of the lovers, the Emperor, Shah Jahan, and his queen, Mumtaz Mahal. Perhaps it was to grant final peace to these souls and to unite them once again in heaven that Shri Nathji had come to the Taj Mahal.
Shri Nathji was always deeply moved by stories of love.
He used to narrate how Shri Babaji Maharaj was very pleased with the Duke of Windsor in England who gave up his throne for the love of a woman. Shri Babaji Maharaj always gave the highest possible status to women, who, he always said, were less materialistically inclined than men and therefore had greater receptivity for spiritual truths.