he proved through several instances that his adorers should not attach undue
importance to his physical presence in Shridi, or to his human form. His supreme
message is - "The body is perishable, but it is the self within which lies
the true reality". And his common and oft quoted one - If you think of me,
I shall be by your side to bear your burden: He kept up his word. So it emphasizes
the fact that he is not limited by time and space, nor bound by laws of Nature.
Being a trikalagna he indicated the date of his death and the line of future
action long before his Niryana. His spiritual presence as said is seen pervading
the entire shrine as evidenced by the dream of Lakshmi Joshi, who was awakened
by Baba to go to Dwarakamai for morning prayers within 24 hours of his death.
Another devotee, Ganu Maharaj who was
then at Pandharpur was alerted in a dream to reach Shridi to cover his corpse
with flowers on the very night of the demise. So emptiness does not greet the
adorers, nor do they return home disappointed. He is seen everywhere - each
object is exuding his grace and every spot relates its association with him and
is ever ready to guide the visitors, if only they have absolute with in him and