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The year 1953 quickly drew to a close at Savitri Nivas and it was time for Shri Nathji to go down to the plains once again.
There was a telegram from Indermani, the mother of Nand Kishore Kasera, that Shri Nathji come and stay with them at the Glass Factory at Ghaziabad; however Mateshwari had found the conditions too primitive for Shri Nathji there, and wished to stay at Delhi instead.
There were invitations from the Akola bhaktas, Dr. Purekar, Dr.Babtiwale, Shri Ram Lal and Shri Sohni, for Shri Nathji to come and reside at Akola for at least two months where they would arrange for an independent bungalow for him and his family.
However, Shri Nathji’s plans were made on another plane. If there were even one soul thirsting for him anywhere else in the world he would have to go there. 
As Shri Nathji sat in his room in the bitter cold of the November evening of 1953, he began pondering over the trip to the plains. His feet were frequently cold and he would place them close to the electric heater. There was the oval biscuit-shaped heater with a light brown colour which gave a low heat, and which Shri Nathji kept in his bedroom most of the time.