During late afternoon, Swamishri went on a round of darshan of the places where Jhina Bhagat (Yogiji Maharaj) studied, bathed in the river Shetrunji and worshipped Thakorji at the old mandir.
When Swamishri came to the river Shetrunji, he performed pradakshina of the memorial shrine of Jhina Bhagat. Then he expressed a desire to descend down the ghat (embankment). During this time a sadhu soaked his upper cloth in the river and brought it to Swamishri, who then applied it on his head. Despite this, Swamishri still nourished a wish to go down to the river. The attendant sadhus explained that the descent and the ascent was difficult and uncomfortable. Still Swamishri walked down and stood by a parapet. A sadhu climbed down the narrow steps to the river, soaked his upper cloth and brought it to Swamishri who then reverentially applied it to his head and sprinkled it on the sadhus and devotees with him. Then Swamishri walked up with the support of the attendant sadhus and said, "This is the meaning of having done darshan. How can doing it from the top be called darshan!"
Despite being 82-years-old, Swamishri's spirit of devotion to God and his guru is exemplary.