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There was a beautiful portrait of Shri Nathji at the start of the book, “Daivi Kirne”, which showed Shri Nathji in a rare pose sitting on a chair in his turban, achkan, chooridars and shoes, with a walking stick held in his right hand. Shri Nathji had later given the portrait to a famous artist of Mussoorie, Shri Roop Kishore, who had made a large life-sized wooden cut-out of the pose.
The wooden portrait had been kept in Shri Roop Kishore’s gallery, Chitra Shala, in the Standard Skating rink building by Shri Roop Kishore. People who visited Mussoorie saw Shri Nathji’s portrait in his showcase and paid their obeisances before it.