One summer a rich businessman was living in the ashram with his wife and two teenaged children for a month.
Seeing how the feeding was done every day, he expressed his interest in feeding sweets to the people visiting the ashram and sought Babaji's permission to do so.
He said he would get the required ingredients from the market and the sweets would be prepared in the ashram kitchen.
Babaji gave his consent, but he advised me not to get involved.
The laddus were prepared and brought before Hanumanji's temple in the morning, but the method of distribution was far from satisfactory. Children were put to various kinds of tests before they were given the sweets. Some were sent to pluck leaves from the forest for serving them. Many children were sent away without any because they were suspected of coming for second or third helpings, no matter how they denied it.