Rawool Maharaj

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Rawool Maharaj Param poojya saint Rawool Maharaj had self immolated himself at this place and temple stands in his memory at Pinguli village. Mutt attracts large number of devotees through out the year which includes prominent personalities from India and abroad. Every pilgrim who visits mutt is served mahaprasad (Food) which is a great offering in itself.

History: Among the great saints from the Konkan region Saint Rawool Maharaj is a Potent saint. He began his meditation when he was only twelve. He then spent his entire life meditated at his Samadhi Mandir place at Pinguli. He possessed the power of inner vision and knowledge. However the nature of his meditation seems to be wise and grave and used to go on continuosly for six months. In remaining six months he used to wander to preach the God’s word and was gracious to his followers. He showed the people the way of worship and sacrified himself often for one cause "Welfare of Society". The day when he immolated himself was Wednesday (Dwadashi) January 1985. Since then for 16 years, Pilgrims often visit to Samadhi Mandir to seek blessings of Maharaj. They believe that Maharaj gave prosperity to their living.Rawool Maharaj Mutta

Vinayak Rawool (Anna):
The administration of Mutt today is looked after by his utmost devotee vinayakanna Dattaram Rawool. He is responsible for giving Pinguli a status of Rawool Nagri, where between 1986 to 2002, Gaurishankar Temple, Audumbar Mauli Temple, Sabha Mandap, Maruti Mandir, Deepmali and Gurukrupa Temple were erected. Anna says that devotees who never had an opportunity to see the glimpse of Maharaj, but has actual feeling and willingness to carry out duties, obligations and moral values set by Maharaj, has helped him to look after all this.


Gallery: Rowool Maharaj Mutt Photo Gallery

Map : Rowool Maharaj Mutt in Kudal Map

Getting There:
By Air: Dabolim,Goa
By Rail: Kudal Railway Station on Konkan Railway
By Road: It's less than a kilometer from Kudal town.

Place to see Nearby:

Laxmi Narayan Temple

Rangnagad