At Bahulavan, Shri Mahaprabhuji stayed three days giving discourses on the Srimad Bagavatam. The brahmans of that area prayed to Shri Mahaprabhuji that their non-Hindu king had prohibited them from worshipping the Image of the holy Vahula cow. The king proclaimed that the worship could only be commenced when he Image would eat grass. Shri Mahaprabhuji then ordered the king’s presence and showed to him the Image of the Vahula cow partaking of the offered grass. The king then fell prostrate at shri Mahaprabhuji’s feet and prayed to be made a disciple. Shri Mahaprabhuji told him that in this birth his acceptance was not possible but that in his next birth he would become a disciple. Tha tking lived for some time and after leaving that body he took birth in a family of boatmen as Meha Dhemar and later became the disciple of shri Mahaprabhuji’s son Shri Vitthalnathji.
From Bahulavan, Shri Mahaprabhuji proceeded to the town of Jikhan where Shri Mahaprabhuji had the sight of Balaram, Shri Krishna’s older brother and there made Balaram’s ornamentation.
From there, Shri Mahaprabhuji proceeded to Radha kund.