"If you don't mind keep Rozas religiously, perform namaaz frequently and do read Quran."
These expressions of endowments by Pramukh Swami Maharaj still reverberate in the brains of Mamdibhai Badruddin Lokhandwala, a 74-year-old specialist from Botad town.
Lokhandwala's family, who has imparted an uncommon relationship to Pramukh Swami throughout the previous eight decades, was among the lakhs of fans who paid a mournful tribute to the tallest profound head of Bochasanwasi Akshar Purushottam Sansthan (BAPS) in Sarangpur on Sunday.
"Despite the fact that we were Muslims, Swamiji Maharaj never demonstrated smallest oppression us. For him, everybody was equivalent," reviewed Mamdibhai, who says it was simply because of his gifts that his privately-run company of iron equipment and shading business is prospering even following 85 years.
Amid the heavenly month of Ramadan, he generally honored us saying "I supplicate that you take after your religion with most extreme confidence."
Mamdibhai likewise credits Pramukh Swami for his fruitful Haj yatra. "Before leaving on Haj, I kept in touch with him looking for his favors for a sheltered adventure. On coming back to Botad, I sent him a message that my Haj yatra was exceptionally fruitful. He was exceptionally upbeat to hear this."
Mamdibhai's children Salim, Mois, Murtuza and Rajab imparted a similarly welcoming relationship to Pramukh Swami.
As indicated by Mamdibhai, Pramukh Swami was the inconvenience shooter for his family. "At whatever point we confronted any issues, we promptly drew closer Swamiji Maharaj. He generally let us know not to stress and God was there to offer assistance. Every one of our issues have been illuminated with his gifts," he said.
In transit Sarangpur, Swamiji constantly made it a point to end at Mamdibhai's place. "They are our own kin," he said and went into the house.
Mamdibhai said he will treasure the document of the considerable number of letters that he had composed to Pramukh Swami since such a variety of years.