I, as guide - friend - philosopher high-lighted the divinity hovering over every
kshetra visited, and the invisible power abiding in every adorable archamurthi.
Installed either in gigantic temples, or topless and doorless temples.
Undoubtedly, the joy of experience gained in seeing, hearing, bathing,
worshipping assumes such proportions that it exceeded the limits of description,
explication, analysis or synthesis. Could you measure it by any means? 'No'
meets the question before it ends. Since wisdom says that seeing and hearing
bears fruit only, when implemented, practise forthwith the several words of
advice uttered by the priests and sthalagnas to make your self agreeable to you
first, and then to neighbors. As nobleness permeating your whole being, exuding
its divine aroma chastens the environs including fellowmen, they venerate, and
follow you to making the world filled with santhi, sahana, souhardha that
fulfils the ideal - sarve samstha sanmangalani bhavanthu. Could not gods shower
blessings on seeing such change in you? They do. As the purpose of your yatra is
fulfilled and my guidance is over, leave me alone to ruminate over the chain of
events responsible for embarking upon this venture.