A GREAT SAINT lived in Bombay, named Kammu Baba. For several years, Baba had been indirectly contacting this highly advanced soul through
Roshan Satha, who was studying in Bombay. Baba would send her instructions to contact the saint and give him a certain message, and
the saint would dictate a reply. Once, Baba sent Roshan’s sister, Dhun, to the saint. Meherjee brought her in his car from Poona.
According to Baba’s instructions, Dhun garlanded Kammu Baba. He removed the garland and returned it to her, telling her to garland
Meher Baba with it. When Dhun came to Meherazad, Baba wore the garland and handed it back to Dhun to preserve. In 1955 or 1956, Baba sent word to Roshan that she should contact Kammu Baba one last time and then not go to him again. Although Baba would often mention Kammu Baba
as one of the seven saints in India who was very dear to him, he never physically contacted him.
Lord Meher, American ed., Bhau Kalchuri, Vol. 13, pp 4651 – 4652.