Bhaktraja Bheekhajana was a very popular saint of the 16th century especially in Rajasthan and northwestern parts of India. A popular legend of Sant Bhaktraja Bheekhajana is associated with the LakshmiNarayanTemple in Jaipur. Laxmi Narayan is a form of Hindu God Vishnu. It is said that the Saint was once denied entry into the LakshmiNarayanTemple. Bhaktraja Bheekhajana went to the back side of the temple and started fasting and he also told those gathered that Bhagavan Lakshmi Narayan will appear before him. The fast continued for several days. Bhaktraja Bheekhajana sat meditating on Bhagavan Lakshmi Narayan. Then one day the walls of the temple fell down and the murti of BhagavanLakshmiNarayanTemple moved to where Bhaktraja Bheekhajana was sitting and gave him darshan. Reference about this incident can be still found on the walls of the LakshmiNarayanTemple in Jaipur. The popular Bhakti song of Bheekhabhawani in Rajasthan is credited to Bhaktraja Bheekhajana.