After a month of extraordinary weather, on Friday 17th November 2006, even the heavens became tearful at the departure of Pramukh Swami Maharaj from London Mandir. It was his 18th visit to London – one of the most memorable and definitely the most impromptu of them all. Truly the last 30 days had echoed 'Kon jãne ã kem thayu, ãvyu anachintavyu sukh...’. The evening before on Thursday 16th November, a short assembly was held in which Swamishri highlighted the importance of nirdoshbuddhi in God and the Satpurush. He also praised the volunteers of UK Satsang Mandal for their hospitality in catering for devotees who had come from all over the world for darshan and samagam. On Friday, Swamishri performed darshan in the main shrines and also performed dandvats at the central shrine. After abhishek of Shri Nilkanth Varni, Swamishri gave darshan in the Haveli packed with devotees. Swamishri then gave his own special farewell by walking down the centre of the Haveli, blessing everyone with his darshan. He left as he had come 30 days ago – with folded hands and unprecedented love radiating from his eyes.