Krishnaji Ada Blesses Yogiji Maharaj
On the morning of the thirteenth day of the
bright half of Chaitra, Vikram Samvat 1967 (1911) Jina Bhagat was
given the Vaishnavi diksha in Vartal and named Sadhu Jnanjivandas.
He was popularly called Yogi by the sadhus and devotees of Junagadh.
Two months later Yogiji Maharaj and six sadhus left Junagadh to join
Shastriji Maharaj in the mission to spread the principle of Akshar
and Purushottam. Krishnaji Ada, one of the leading lights of the Sampradaya,
was about to pass away in Rajkot. When he called for Jnanji Swami
(Yogiji Maharaj) the latter came and prostrated before him. Krishnaji
Ada blessed him by placing his hands on his head. At this Nirgundas
Swami told Yogiji Maharaj, "It is not Krishnaji Ada who is placing
his hands on your head, but Bhagatji Maharaj and Jaga Swami."
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