Sri Ramesh Bābājī Mahārāj is grooming a future parampara to carry on the needed work in Braja seva. He predicted that when Murli travels internationally a great fame will follow, especially in regards to the protection and restoration of Braja. Here he decorates/ arranges glorification, for two gopis who are and will become powerful future messengers of Braja.
One day Sri Ramesh Bābājī Mahārāj said that “I want some beautiful photos of Murlika and Shriji.” Both Murli, the elder, and little Shriji perform Bhagavata saptahas throughout India. Some large flex pictures(foldable plastic posters) were desired, at the Rasa Maṇḍala, where prasadam is daily distributed, and also for the traveling presentations.
The next morning, the two gopis came up to Maan Mandir in white dresses, and Bābājī Mahārāj showed them the proper mudras and stances to display during the photo session, and then left for his śastric study.
Murlika, in her humility, was not too enthused with this sevā, Shriji, however was energetic about this affair. Little Gauri gopi, their friend, was prancing about taking her own cellphone pictures, better next time that she stand on a chair and play the role of ‘Thakurji’, to enhance Murlika’s meditation.
Bābājī Mahārāj later chose which pictures expressed ‘a desired mood’, one with Murli with flowing hair and out stretched hands, another a close up of Shriji charmingly looking upwards, and then two photos of Rādhā and Kṛṣṇa. He especially liked Kṛṣṇa giving a lotus flower to Rādhārāṇī saying, “This is a sweet bhava”, and the other “Ah Thakurji is reaching out to Their devotee.” Then he motioned to get take a photo of Rādhā’s Charan on the wall, resting in Kṛṣṇa‘s outspread hands, and commented “Make sure Murlika’s hands are touching Shri Ji’s lotus Feet!”
Then Bābājī Mahārāj was asked, “Would you like something written also?” He looked in the air called Murlika to bring one book and then wrote, in his own hand, two poems to compliment.
For Murlika, he wrote;
As the world gets lost in the melody of Shri Kṛṣṇa's flute,
Loose your self in divine Bhagavat kathā from Murlika.
And for Shriji;
Rādhārāṇī is from Barṣāṇa and Kṛṣṇa is from Nandgaon,
Blessings from both are in Shriji's melodious Bhagavat kathā.
One Brajabāsī from Vrindaban named Nitinji, travelled back and forth to Delhi to do the layout and printing, going between various professionals, and pieced the job together.
When completed, he came to Man Mandir with his brother, sister and their children, and after watching Bābājī Mahārāj dance, showed the finished work to him. When Bābājī Mahārāj saw the 8 foot high flexes, he said “Wow Wow!” to each. Then he said, “Up to now no one has made such high quality beautiful flexes for this temple!”
Many little gopis were there along with Mādhurī, their transcendental caretaker ‘mother’, to watch this special event, 30 persons in total.
In truth Bābājī Mahārāj orchestrated the whole affair, as he was performing ārādhana, this time decorating the pure Brajabāsī devotees of Shri Rādhā.
Sri Ramesh Bābājī Mahārāj predicted is grooming a future parampara to carry on the needed work in Braja seva. He predicted that when Murli travels internationally a great fame will follow, especially in regards to Braja. Here he decorates/ arranges glorification, for two gopis who are and will become powerful future messengers of Braja.