We take up the tale of Jivan, whose travels with Babaji were of longer duration than those of Tularam and the longest that we know of.
After his period of travel/companionship, he came to be known as Jivan Baba, a transformation and elevation that might have seemed unusual to Jivan's near and dear ones.
This transformation would not have seemed unusual to those who had seen many such cases before.
Those who saw or knew the murtis only, but not the craftsman, saw each as distinct and separate from each other. But for those who had met the craftsman from whose hands the murtis came, and had seen him at work, they were not distinct.
All the murtis were the products of the same master hand.
The unique underlying qualities could not be traced by judging one or two of them at random, but when you took them as a whole, you could find the missing link.