strive to changing man into god by ministrations and prabodhas, and ultimately
come out victorious by lifting the sinking dharma and making humanity live in
perfect harmony. By intense spiritual sadhana and propagation of the glories of
gods, they transform the common man, lost in mundane world into devotees,
who live in God always thenceforth. They in turn preach the might of devotion
to increasing their fold drawing from the highest to the lowest, that could alone
bring in equality and unity among people, The godmen not only see God, but
pave the way for everyone to enjoy that spectacle of God's Viswarupa.
Naturally, they take recourse to miracles of infinite variety. It is only
through them, they lure people to their feet and they alone
cement the faith of the followers in God, the All-time powerful. Pure devotion
brings God down to dwell in the heart of the adorer, to give succour to him in
all possible ways. At all times. To whom should credit then go? How could
beautitude establish itself without that man instrumental for this? Is it not a
good cause for God to delight at the outcome, and await the bidding of that
godman? Isn't the maker of devotees then greater? As that All-Powerful
Providence takes His seat in the heart of His devotees, could He retain His
weight? His self-effacement and total absorption in the devotee, makes him mass less
and formless? Hence, He chooses to disappear at the sight the godman in the pan.
Godman, God and devotee are comparable to a triangle, not an equilateral by the
way, but a right angle triangle; its hypotenuse being always the longest.