William Donkin was a medical student when he first met Meher Baba in London, 1933 but as soon as he qualified as a doctor in 1939 he joined Baba in India. Dr. Donkin was one of those chosen to accompany Meher Baba on the New Life, a long period of wandering, through India. He died in Ahmednagar, India in 1969.
The Library of Congress, when cataloguing The Wayfarers, created a new category for this book reflecting its unique content.
Meher Baba with the God-Intoxicated.
Hardcover 576 pp
The Wayfarers is the only book of its kind. It chronicles in the finest detail what was a major part of Meher Baba's work during his lifetime: contacting hundreds of those who are called masts in the East, spiritually advanced souls so enthralled with their yearning for union with God that they lose touch with the ordinary world. Includes Baba's explanation the mast state, a separate full color map of India, and a black and white map showing the routes Baba traveled to locate the masts.