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him now, he is the Ocean; because, one day when lots of people throng to see him, you may never get the opportunity of meeting him; so take your chance now."

 

GOKHALE BABA, a Sixth Plane Mast of Ismailpur, October, 1941, when Baba visited him for the last time, looked lovingly at Baba and said, "God has come."

 

KHALA MASI, a high Mastani of Seoni, March, 1939, was brought to Jabalpur*, and told Baba, "You are the Ocean, give me a few drops from it to drink."

 

MAULANA SHAMSUDDIN ULEMA, an Adept Pilgrim of Moradabad, February, 1942, was contacted at night, and was roused from sleep to see Baba. When he gazed at Baba he said, "In the darkness of the night I see the Light of God."

 

MIAN SAHEB, a very advanced Mast of Ajanta, November, 1944, embraced Baba when he came, and weeping aloud, cried out: "Khud be khud azad budi; khud gireftar amadi," a Persian couplet which, translated freely, means, “You became free, and then allowed yourself to be bound.” This is a reference to Baba who, having become One with God, came back to the world of his own free will, for the sake of mankind.

 

MOHAMMED, another one of the "five favorites," always called Baba "Dada." He has said many things about Baba, of which the most striking are: "Dada is God." "Dada is Master. " "Everything depends on Dada's will." "Because Dada is there the world is there." "Dada is the Master of mercy. "

 

PIR FAZL SHAH, an Adept Pilgrim of Kotah, October, 1946, told Baba: “No one, until you came, has touched my heart with the arrow of Divine Love. You have the power to destroy and flood the whole world. No one fully knows the limits of your greatness; you are the spiritual Authority of the time, and if I were to die I would take another body to be close to you."

 

A MAST OF THE FIFTH PLANE, May, 1946, was brought to Baba's house, and when he reached the gate, he said, "We have come to the garden of Gulistan (Paradise)." Baba came out of the house and he gazed at Baba's face, laughed with tears of joy in his eyes, and embraced Baba. Pointing to Baba, he then said to those standing by, "Look at this man's face and forehead, they shine as if the sun were there, can't you recognize who He is?"

 

* After India's independence in 1947, Jubbulpore was spelt Jabalpur-Webmaster-JK.

 

 

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