On the evening of Vaishakh Sud 12th, Bapashri along with all saints and devotees went to Kakarwadi to bathe. After bathing they perform mental worship under babul tree and met all.
Swami Ishwarcharandasji requested Bapashri to talk about Ladhibai and Mataji. Bapashri said, “Ladhibai managed her livelihood from twelve mund math (kind of grain) which she got from a farm. Shriji Maharaj sent a message to her that He had sent Mataji to her and asked her to support her. She was pleased but she did not doubt how she would support her- such was her faith in the words of Shriji Maharaj.” There are many such incidents which can be found in the talks written by Sadguru Nirgundasji Swami. Mataji was the queen of the king of Udaipur in Marwad. Their princess was getting married and marriage party had come there. The marriage party consisted of the kings and queens of Idar, Mansa, etc. Mataji came to know about the incarnation of Lord Swaminarayan from those queens. So she thought that God has incarnated and if she did not go for darshan of the God, she will be left out and she would not get benefit of salvation. Therefore at night she disguised herself in the attire of male and tied a rope with window and came down and started her journey. She was searched but was not found. So Rana (the king, her husband) sent riders in all direction. When she heard the sound of the hoops of the horses she hid herself in the body of the dead camel and when riders turned back, she started her journey. On the way she walked with caravan of vanjara and landed at the pond of Visnagar. There ladies of the village came to bathe early morning. They were chanting Swaminarayan, Swaminarayan so she put her faith on them and told them everything. Then those ladies took her to the village and kept her in secrecy. When vanjara left she went to Maharaj at Gadhada. Maharaj gave her name of Mataji and sent her to Ladhibai in Bhuj. There she served Ladhibai and when Ladhibai went to Akshardham she took her with her.
Muktanand Swami made two to four Gurus but he left them because he found fault in their desireless vartman. When he found that Ramanand Swami and his saint as firm desireless, he stayed there and did their service with mind, deed and speech. But never wished to become Guru, get authority or wealth. He had such blind faith in Shriji Maharaj if Shriji Maharaj called night as a day and a handkerchief as a sword even though he would not disagree and never doubted. They all came to the temple after the talk was over. || 61 ||