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Each and every person in the world had a separate and direct relationship with Shri Nathji which did not depend upon the relationship of his or her parents or relatives. Shri Nathji’s grace went out to each person in accordance with that person’s devotion.
Shri Nathji recalled how Bhutt Sahib would occasionally despair at the unintended brashness of his wife, Gangabai Bhutt, whose fault lay in talking too much before Shri Nathji and Mateshwari.
He would come to Shri Nathji and say:
“Prabhuji, do not throw me out of thy darbaar for any lapses on the part of my wife, Dandewali. Please remember I also have a direct relationship with Thee!”

“Prabhuji, kaheen Dandewali se naaraaz hokar mujhe bhee darbaar se naa nikaal denaa. Yaad rahe, meraa aap se direct bhee rishtaa hai!”

Even though Chopra had fallen a prey to the lure of the material world, Shri Nathji had remained very pleased with the faith of his wife and daughters. The marriage of one of Chopra’s daughters was being held at Allahabad, and he prayed to Shri Nathji to come and bless the couple. Shri Nathji, Mateshwari, Pran Nath and Priya Nath went in the Ford and attended the wedding. It was a gesture that the girl never forgot.
All the daughters of Chopra had a faith in Shri Nathji that far exceeded the faith of their father or brothers. They had always sung hymns to Shri Nathji in their convent schools and experienced his protective power and love in moments of great distress, and Shri Nathji had always come to their help.
There was a time when the girls were walking through the isolated area of Alfred Park at Allahabad when they saw a large crowd of revellers come towards them. They were at once struck with fear, and prayed to Shri Nathji to help them. Even as they opened their eyes after the silent prayer, they found Shri Nathji walking in front of them along with a large number of his devotees! It was as if he had miraculously appeared there for their sake. The revellers disappeared at the sight of Shri Nathji and the girls were safe.
This was only one in a series of miracles that they had experienced in their lives.