The room and The Stepwell where Shrimadji had stayed
Some places have etched their presence in the annals of history, because of the extraordinary individuals connected to them. In Vikram Samvat (VS) 1952, when Shrimad Rajchandraji had come to Vadva, a small room outside a temple and next to a step well, was his home for 15 days. One day, conversing with some leading members of society, he gazed out of the window in the room. Pointing to a small hill that was visible, he said that it was “golden land.” He also predicted that a temple of Chandraprabhu Swami would be built there.