There is a confluence of three rivers on the outskirts of Dhari. The place of confluence is known as Triveni Sangam, and the resulting river is called the river Shetrunji. The Shetrunji narrows on reaching a bridge, and shrinks to the size of a small rivulet under the bridge. The inhabitants of Dhari call it Patalio Jharo.
Jinabhai used to have his daily morning bath at this spot near the bridge. He would wear clean clothes after his bath and then sit in an upright posture and perform meditation for hours together. He meditated upon the divine form of Shriji Maharaj. To the many who saw Jinabhai seated in meditation at such a lonely place, it seemed as if Dhruv himself was meditating! They invariably stood and watched the young Jina engrossed in meditation.
Sometimes, friends of Jinabhai would come to have their bath at Patalio Jharo. They were amazed to find Jinabhai rapt in meditation. They would wait for him till he came out of his meditation and then enquire, “What were you doing?” And Jinabhai would reply, “I was remembering God. You also sit with me to meditate. I will teach you how to meditate.”
From his childhood Jinabhai never failed to do his meditation every morning. He advised everybody to start their daily work only after remembering Shriji Maharaj.