In later years when Raja Jagat was married, his wife, Rani Pritam Kaur, developed an undying faith in Shri Nathji, which was unmatched in many respects.“Who says he will not see me? These were bold words, indeed, for a devotee, but her faith was so great that when she went to Shri Nathji’s residence she found him standing in the lawn speaking to people, and refusing to accept a chair! “Nathji! Mujh badnaseeb ke ghar kaise aa gaye! “Nathji, what made you come to the house of one so unfortunate as I!”She was seriously ill and too weak to get out of bed to welcome Shri Nathji and Priya Nath. She called out loudly to all the inmates of her house:“Rani Pritam Kaur, if you so wish you can be cured of this illness!”And she replied: “There is one thing that I would ask of you, however, and that is to place your feet on the bed, close to my hands, where I may touch them!”Shri Nathji did so, and the Rani was at peace.