An adept pilgrim of Dhamangaon
Mungsaji Maharaj of Dhamangaon was an adept pilgrim and famous in Central Province. Meher Baba met him on 12th august 1944. He used to sit in a kind of hollow that was excavated for his shrine after he died. Once a week there used to be festival when people came to take his darshan, and free meals were given to the poor from public kitchen.
The Journey to this contact was difficult since the monsoon was then in full swing and Baba and His group had to walk some three miles in through muddy fields. The return journey was even more tedious, and party had to travel some eighteen miles by bullock cart. A journey over rough, muddy tracks in a bullock cart cannot be described in writing; it is one of those painful physical experiences that have to be gone through to be understood. Mungsaji Maharaj was reported to be staying in Bombay (in 1947) as the guest of some disciples. Babadas one of Baba’s disciples, went to see Mungsaji Maharaj, and the latter told him that Baba was Emperor