On the night of Bhadarva Vad 10th, Bhurabhai of Vatavadar asked a question. He said, “In the 53rd Vachanamrut of the Middle Chapter of Gadhada it is said that Jiva is black or white, tall or short, How to understand it?” Bapashri said, “Till Jiva has passion in the work of illusion (mul maya), it is said to be black and once the passion of illusion gets rid of and it is not fascinated any where in illusive (mayik) object by the force of time and place but if it has passion in the glory of Ishwarkoti, Brahmkoti, and Akshakoti, it is called white. In addition, if it has no passion in their glory and does not consider it to be good and it becomes like luminescence of Shriji Maharaj’s Murti, which is Akshardham in the form of Mahatej (luminescence), it is called long. By becoming personified it remains in front of Murti or gets absorbed in Murti, it is said to have become short from long. Such Muktas remain immersed in urti in their personified form only.

Swami Ishwarcharandasji said, “In the 21st Vachanamrut of the Last Chapter of Gadhada Shriji Maharaj has said that he likes to live in the woods, mountain and forest but did not like big cities or capital cities. What is the meaning of woods, mountains etc?” Bapashri replied, “In the place of mountain one should know Maharaj’s Murti, in place of woods one should know the Muktas and in the place of forest one should know Akshardham in which our Muktas like to dwell but in place of capital cities which means Aksharkoti and big city which means Brahmkoti, they do not like to live. How will they prefer to live in the world of Prakrutipurush?” Maharaj has said thus.

Purani Keshavpriyadasji said, “In Shikshapatri Shriji Maharaj has said, to go on pilgrimage to Dwarika, etc. What is the meaning of Dwarika?” Bapashri replied, “The one who can open the door of salvation means liberate us and where such saints live should be associated with- it is known as the pilgrimage of Dwarika. || 111 ||