In the afternoon on the 10th day of Viashakh Vad, Bapashri and all saints and along with devotees went to Kakarwadi to bathe. After taking bath Bapashri embraced all saints and devotees. Then all performed mental worship. Thereafter saints requested Bapashri to talk. Bapashri said, “If you ask me a question, I will talk.”

Saint Devjivandasji asked, “In the devotional song of Shri Brahmanand Swami a line states, ‘Paghadi bandhi chhe trilok thaki nyari‘ (the turban which is tied is different from the trilok– three cosmoses). How to understand that triloki.” Bapashri replied, “Every thing is destructible upto Prakruti-Purush. Brahmanand Swami has not taken in consideration. Above that the first one is Ishwarkoti in the form of Mul-Purush, second one is Brahmkoti and third one is Aksharkoti- he has referred to these three cosmoses. Therefore, Shriji Maharaj’s turban is said to be quite distinct from all. Above Mul-Akshar there are Shriji Maharaj, Ekantik, above them Param Ekantik and above them Anadi- these three are causal triloki so he has said that the turban of Maharaj is different.”

Swami Purushottamcharandasji asked, “In a devotional song it is said, ‘Nabhi ajne thayanu thekanu, Brahmanandnu tya man lobhanu‘ (Navel is the source of Brahma, Brahmanand’s mind was fascinated towards it), how to understand the meaning of it?” Bapashri replied, “The one who sees the navel of Maharaj, he becomes aj means Mukta. Therefore we should understand that -it has been said that aj means Mukta. Shri Brahmanand Swami’s mind was fascinated by that navel. This question was asked to Shriji Maharaj by Sadguru Shri Nityanand Swami in the assembly. The answer to this question was given by Shri Brahmanand Swami by the command of Shriji Maharaj.”

Ashabhai of village Kanbha asked, “In a devotional song it is said, ‘Hun to jayeesh Girdhar jova re ma mune varish ma‘ (I shall go to see Girdhar, mother do not restrain me). Which mother should we understand?” Bapashri replied, “The mother is maya who puts hurdle while worshipping Shriji Maharaj.” After completing the talk all came to the temple. || 21 ||