Lendi is significant because the location which Baba used to visit each day. It carries a few tombs, a shrine, and most importantly, the forever burning lamp lit by Baba and located among the 2 trees he planted. Before Baba's mahasamadhi the land became offered by a Bombay devotee, M. W. Pradhan, and later supplied to the Sansthan. At the stop of 1999, Lendi Gardens become noticeably re-landscaped, and the formerly paved and tree-covered location turned into lawns with a waterfall and flower beds.
In Baba's time, Lendi turned into an area of wilderness between two small streams, the Lendi and the Sira. Baba used this vicinity for bathroom purposes. He would leave the mosque for Lendi around nine o'clock within the morning followed by using a few devotees. However, none was allowed internal with him except Abdul Baba. Apart from answering the calls of nature here, Baba appeared to experience going to Lendi and now and again went numerous times an afternoon. This become the region where he frolicked in solitude.