|Name:||Messiah Dij Rran Al Ghale|
|Age:||30 (At Death)|
|Date of birth:||1960|
|Date of death:||1990|
|Cause of death:||Shot by Ishwari Ghale|
|Height:||5' 9½" (1.77 m)|
|Weight:||161 lbs (73 kg)|
The Golden Path (Previously)
|Rank:||Founder and Leader|
|Spouse(s):||Ishwari Ghale (wife, deceased)|
|Children:||Ajay Ghale (son)|
|Game:||Far Cry 4|
- "The Ministry of Social Harmony has deemed Mohan Ghale an official agitator of the peace. Ghale founded the treacherous Golden Path and actively sought to assassinate our beloved leader, Pagan Min."
- — King Min's Kyrat
Mohan was married to Ishwari and had with her a son, Ajay. Mohan was a royalist sympathizer and was personally shaken by the murder of the royal family during the Kyrati civil war. Shortly after their murders, Pagan Min arrived in Kyrat with a boy who he claimed was a distant relative of the royal family. Pagan offered assistance and told the royalists he was interested in helping reinstate the royal family. Mohan and Pagan had a brief partnership during which Mohan seemed to have a high opinion of him describing him as intelligent and well-spoken, this however did not last long before Pagan revealed his true colors. Once the royalists had obtained power Pagan betrayed the royalists, murdering the young boy who was to be heir to the throne and taking the throne for himself. Mohan was deeply affected by the betrayal and shortly after organized a secret rebellion group known as The Golden Path. He named the Golden Path after a dream Ishwari told him she had, in which she witnessed them both "walking down a golden path". When Mohan told Ishwari what he had named the organization, she smiled. On top of their love Mohan seemed to have a great deal of respect for Ishwari, so much so that in 1987 he arranged to have her serve as head of state under a regent in the absence of a royal heir, effectively organizing for her to lead the country once Pagan was deposed.
By 1988 Mohan had begun accepting assistance from the American government in dismantling Pagan's regime. It is unknown why America wanted to see Pagan taken out of power, but the CIA supplied Mohan and the Golden Path with weapons. Mohan was very wary of the Americans but accepted their help. He later refused their offers to provide "military advisers" on the grounds that "This is a war for Kyrat and it must be won by Kyratis, not Americans."
By 1988 his marriage with Ishwari became strained and they fought frequently, to the point where Mohan describes in his journals not wanting to come home at night. Ishwari claimed she felt ignored by Mohan and the movement and that she wanted to help them fight. As retaliation Mohan sent her to Pagan's palace as a spy, hoping that being so close to the action would sufficiently horrify Ishwari enough to make her withdraw any further attempts to help with the rebellion. He was startled however to learn Ishwari was an excellent spy, so much so that Pagan began to deeply trust and respect her. Mohan told Ishwari to use this to her advantage and find out more information, he even told her to bring Ajay with her to the Palace in order to bolster her cover story. However Mohan's actions backfired when Ishwari's growing relationship with Pagan eventually flourished into an affair.
The affair reached a breaking point when Mohan learned Ishwari had a second child with Pagan, a daughter named Lakshmana. Mohan was enraged and killed Lakshmana. Although the reason why he killed her is never clearly stated, his journals suggest it was out of a combination of anger over Ishwari's betrayal and a desire to prevent Pagan from having an heir. Mohan refers to his murder of Lakshmana as "fixing" Ishwari's "mistake". Ishwari shot him soon after and fled with Ajay to the United States. In his journals Mohan does not say why or how he killed Lakshmana but stresses that everything he did, he did for Ajay and Ajay's future. It is never explained what he meant by this.
A note from Ishwari shows she was already getting ready to flee the country before she had killed Mohan, citing him as one of the reasons she was leaving and saying he was "out of control" and that she was afraid of leaving Ajay alone with him. The note leaves why Ishwari killed Mohan in speculation. Willis suggest Mohan tried to murder her for leaving with Ajay, which if true means his murder was in self-defense.
- It is unknown why Mohan killed Lakshmana. Although it is assumed by many, including Pagan, to have been out of jealousy and Ishwari's affair, these were only speculative. Mohan states in his journal that what he had done, he did for Ajay, which suggests an ulterior motive that is ultimately unknown.
- Despite many of his morally questionable approaches and his eventual descent into madness, Mohan's journals reflect he had started out fairly level-headed and that he sincerely cared for Kyrat. He often daydreams of possibilities for the country that he would like to help achieve, including the abolishment of child labor and free education for all citizens.
- Pagan and Mohan had a rivalry that had existed previous to Ishwari's affair and they both seemed to immensely dislike each other even before the truth about Ishwari had been revealed to them both. Pagan refers to Mohan in the easter egg ending as a "cunt".