Nagzari, is a station on the Bombay-Calcutta route of the Central Railway situated at a distance of about 555 km. from Bombay.
The temple for which the village is famous is about one mile distant from the railway station.
The village got its name from the existence there of the ancient temple of Shri Nageshwar and a number of springs flowing in the near proximity.
Close by is the river Mohana flowing a bare distance of a mile emanating
from one of the springs in the Nagzari and on the banks of which is the math of Gomaji Maharaj.
The math contains a tunnel supposedly dug by Shri Gomaji Maharaj for the purpose of carrying on penance.
The river Mohana flows eastwards and is met on the way by a number of streamlets in one of which is a pond known as Ramkund.
There is another pond known as Gopalkund close by.
The water running out from both the ponds flows eastwards to join the river Mohana. Further east is another pond known as Gomukhkund containing excellent potable water.
It is said that Shri Gomaji Maharaj used to perform bhajan by seating himself in knee-deep water in the kund.
The water flowing out of Gomukh kund meets the river Mohana which turning eastwards joins the river Bordi. There is a legend
prevalent about the Gomukhkund.
It says that formerly Shri Gomaji Maharaj used to go for bath to the river Purna but in his old age he was unable to do so. Even then with great physical forbearance he persisted in going to the Purna.
The river Purna was pleased with the devotion of Shri Gomaji Maharaj and gave him a boon that she will appear in the Gomukhkund.
She also asked Shri Gomaji Maharaj to throw his walking stick in its flow. The truth or falsehood of this legend may be questioned but it is
generally found that whenever the river Purna is flooded a strong current of water emanates out of the Gomukhkund.
The samadhi of Shri Gomaji Maharaj is erected on the Panchlingi Mal at Shrikheshtra Nagzari.
On all the four sides of the samadhi-cum-temple, specious pathshalas have been built. To the north of this samadhi is situated the samadhi of Sadanandgir Maharaj, one of the disciples of Shri Gomaji Maharaj.
The samadhi was granted an inam land by the Ex-Nizam Government.
At present the devasthan has an inam land admeasuring 415 acres. a fair in honour of Shri Gomaji Maharaj is held on Chaitra Shud.