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Dr. Gobind Babtiwale had seen God in Shri Nathji in March 1949 at Nagpur and had become his, forever. The light of faith within him was bursting to spread its aura around the world. The desire to bring Shri Nathji to his home-town, Akola, was becoming intense in his mind.
Shri Nathji had always said:
“Intense desire and its fulfilment are one and the same!”
Dr. Babtiwale wrote to Shri Nathji on the 19th of September 1950, addressing Shri Nathji as:

“Anant Koti Brahmaand Naayak Shri Bhola Nathji Bhagwan!

O Thou Omnipotent, Omnipresent Creator of the Universe, Shri Bhola Nathji Bhagwan!”
My koti koti pranaam. An infinite number of prostrations to Thee.
We are helpless in expressing praise of Thee. Words fail us. Nothing can describe Thy Glory and Greatness.
It is beyond our understanding how Thou could have accepted such lowly sinners like us and made us your own! This shows but your infinite large-heartedness.
We have been filled with a desire to call Thee here. We feel that such a desire within us could only have arisen if it had been sent by Thee. It is therefore Thy Will that is working within us and making us call Thee here, unworthy as we may be.
I shall come personally to Delhi to bring you to Akola if it be Thy Will. Please let me know if the first week of November 1950 will be convenient for Thee!”

A great revelation was in the making.  However, once again Shri Nathji’s movements were dictated by the children’s school at Mussoorie. Hampton Court would not close till the 15th of November 1950, and it was only after that date that Shri Nathji could think of going down to the plains.
Even as Shri Nathji thought of replying to Dr. Babtiwale he jotted down on a separate sheet of paper the classes of Pran Nath and Priya Nath:

Pran Nath
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Priya Nath
Standard ll