1) Once Dnyaneshwara Maharaj met him in his dream. He said, ‘The roots of Ajanvriksha have heavily covered my neck. You come to Alandi and remove the roots.’ When he got up, with his devotees he started for Alandi. When they reached there, they saw thorns growing everywhere. He saw thick thorny bushes. Nath sat at a place. After meditating on Shri Dnyaneshwar, he had a vision that there was a door and way from below the Nandi to reach the place. They cut the thorny bushes. Nath went inside from the door below the Nandi. He saw the effulgent/ extremely bright statue of Madana, Shri Dnyaneshwara, was sitting there. He hugged Nath. Nath bowed down to Dnayneshwara. They were in dialogue for three days. Nath came out. He closed the door of the Samadhi. He built a Chabutara (four-way building) and renovated this place of Samadhi. He asked few of the devotees, who came with him, to reside there permanently. Alandi yatra (pilgrimage) was started on Kartik Vadya Trayodashi. As per the order of Shri Dnyaneshwara, Natha collected and researched the thousands of Hastlikhite (hand-written) of the Dnyaneshwari. Many unwritten (Appath) were inserted in it. People had inserted the writings (Ovis) of their own in it at many places. He removed all these and prepared a pure copy of the Dnyaneshwari. He prepared many handwritten copies of this and sent these to the different places. Because of this, Nath is the first editor of Marathi scholars. The Dnyaneshwari that we read today is purified by Nath. Like this, renovation of the Sanjeevan Samadhi of Shri Saint Dnyaneshwar at Alandi (De.), beginning the kartiki Pilgrimage, and purification of the Dnyaneshwari are the most important historical works of Nath.
2) Because of the scandalmongers, a Muslim spat on Nath for 108 times, but Nath did not get angry. Contrary to this, Nath told that individual that he (Nath) will apply honey to his mouth, which was burnt as he ate more betel leaves, and this will reduce its pain. He gave the message of peace through his deeds and taught us how should be the Satyagraha.
3) Nath offered the water in the Kawad that came from Kashi for Rameshwara to a donkey that was struggling for life. Through this he taught that God is not only in a temple but is omnipresent (Charachar). He also taught us through his behavior to love animals.
4)When Nath was passing by through the desert, he came across a crying child of a Harijan. He hardly thought of touch-ability and untouchability and picked the child and went to the child’s house and gave it to the child’s mother. Through this event, Nath gave the message of equality and brotherhood.
5) Nath has provided abundance of literature in Marathi for laypersons as well as for the seekers and substantially added to the collection of texts in Marathi. He also encouraged the faith by aggressively attacking the superstitions. He gave wide publicity to the Warkari cult