Baroda Government then preferred two separate memorials to the Secretary of State for
India in regard to Prabhasa Patan and Prachi Kund, but they were also rejected.7
The Hindus of Prabhasa dared not protest against these
interferences, and Baroda was technically held not entitled to speak in defence of the
shrine which they had the right to manage. Baroda, however, was conceded the right to
control and manage the temples.
The conduct of the pujari of the temple was a subject of
complaint on more than one occasion. Once he was found to take extra fees from
7 Vide Residency letter No.8842 dated 11-7-1896.