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His physical bearing was that of a King; his dress was that of royalty. His humility was that of the Servant of the Earth. And that was what he called himself:

Nath, Ghulam Rue Zameen,
The Servant of the Earth,
Slave of all of Man­kind.

It could be said without exaggeration, that, as a mortal, he was the handsomest of men.
Yusuf was the handsomest of prophets during his time, the rod of Moses could part the seas; the living breath of Christ could raise people from the dead. Each one of these had qualities the other two did not possess. But Shri Nathji combined in himself the qualities of all the three, the beauty of Yusuf, the rod of Moses and the breath of Christ.
Shri Babaji Maharaj was amongst the first to declare the divinity of Shri Nathji before the world.  He bent down and touched Shri Nathji’s feet in a homage to the Divine Being.