temple has yet another unique tradition of fulfilling the reasonable
desires of its honest staff with a novel and potent vrata or diksha.
The temple's pipal tree displays astounding powers in accomplishing
the just desires of the aspirant. It happens thus - whenever any one
of the attendants working in the temple needs money for right cause,
abstaining from food and drink, he sits under that self-same pipal
tree and offers prayers to Mahadev ardently for two or three
begins a miraculous manifestation that makes the aspirant and
visitors spell-bound. That sacred tree puts forth a fresh, broad
leaf covered with lines in the Devanagari script, of course, written
by that Highest Invisible omni compassionate Maheswar, containing an
order on a certain god-believing pious bhakta, regardless of his
living in any part of the world for the payment of a certain sum to
the person who produced it. That fortunate individual may be living
hundreds of miles of the temple, yet his correct address with full
particulars of life and job are given in that newly sprouted leaf.
The high-priest, well-versed in reading and comprehending its
mystical meaning writes this on a separate piece of paper in clear
hand and hands it over to the aspirant.