Laxmi Devi passed away (1926) in Puri.
Once before she passed away, she described to Swami Saradananda a vision she had had: ‘I saw a mountain of dazzling mica. On one side of that mountain were Lakshmi and Narayana, and on the other side was Sri Ramakrishna. I saw that the Master was surrounded by Holy Mother, Swamiji, Rakhal Maharaj, and others. Then I saw Yogin-didi and Golap-didi, and they told me: “O Lakshmi, here there is no problem of food and sleep or disease and grief. Living with the Master gives us interrupted bliss.”’
(p.69, They lived with God.)
What will a man gain by knowing many scriptures? The one thing needful is to know how to cross the river of the world. God alone is real, and all else illusory.
(p.392, The Gospel of Sri Ramakrishna, Thakur’s words to devotes on 24 Feb,1884 in his room in Dakshineswar.)