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  • 28 January 1926

    On Thursday, 28 January 1926, Hazrat Babajan’s birthday was celebrated. Plans were already being made to celebrate Baba’s birthday in a few weeks.

    28 January 1953

    Baba washes the feet and […]

  • 27 January 1922

    Sadashiv met Baba at the Poona station on Friday, 27 January 1922 and took him directly to the hut. Baba was pleased. He smiled, patted Sadashiv on the back, and said, “Shabash [Well done]!” […]

  • 24 January 1946

    On 24 January, Baba informed the mandali: “Today is the twentieth day of my seclusion. I have been greatly inconvenienced in my work owing to the continual passing traffic on the road and the […]

  • 23 January 1927
    After remaining closeted inside the Jhopdi for two days, Baba came out of the room on 23 January and broke his fast. He held a two-and-a-half-hour meeting and touched on the subjects of the […]

  • 22 January 1953

    Baba has his car stopped in Dowlaiswaram, near the Godavari river, where he dips his hands and feet into the water and washes his face. As the sun sets on the horizon. Baba explains the […]

  • 21 January 1953
    On Wednesday, 21 January 1953, at 7:00 A.M., Baba and the group left by car and buses. The tears of Tadepalligudem serenaded his farewell. Baba reached Pentapadu after half an hour, where he was […]

  • 20 January 1924

    Baba broke his prolonged fast on Sunday, 20 January 1924 and began eating solid food once every day. As mentioned throughout his life, the mandali were to observe that all of Baba’s actions […]

  • 19 January 1939

    Baba took the women to Sarnath on Thursday, 19 January 1939, where he spoke to them about Gautama the Buddha. Sarnath is where the Buddha first preached after he became enlightened.  Baba […]

  • 17 January 1861

    Perfect Master Tajuddin Baba is born.

    17 January 1948

    Baba begins a 40-day seclusion and fast.

    17 January 1951

    Baba contacts 24 masts (God-intoxicated souls) in the Hydrabad […]

  • 16 January 1953

    Baba’s first tour of Andhra, in the southern part of India.

    16 January 1964
    On 16 January, Baba dictated this message for his upcoming birthday:
    The aim of life is to love God. The goal of […]

  • 15 January 1933

    On Sunday, 15 January Baba traveled into the interior of Ceylon and stayed in a bungalow called Villa Valencia on a hill between the towns of Bandarawela and Diyatalawa, an area said to have the […]

  • 14 January 1953
    Baba went out to contact masts in Madras on 14 January, covering long distances on foot. One good mast was found living in the home of a Hindu, another in a mosque. A third mast contacted was Moti […]

  • 13 January 1923
    On Saturday, 13 January, the Master described to the mandali a dream he had had the previous night:
    I was traveling with the mandali by train. From the opposite direction, a long funeral […]

  • 12 January 1933

    Baba arrives in Colombo Ceylon. He stays at the White Horse Hotel for three days.

    12 January 1935

    At 11:00 A.M. on Saturday, 12 January 1935, Baba left for Hawaii and the Orient aboard […]

  • 11 January 1926

    Meher Baba composes his own arti, “Bujaave Naar ” which later becomes known as the Gujarati Arti.

    11 January 1958
    Almost as soon as Francis Brabazon learnt of Baba’s plans to have a […]

  • 10 January 1939
    On 10 January 1939, Baba gave darshan continually from 7:30 in the morning until late that evening without taking food at Jabalpur.
    Person after person passed before Baba. Finally, Chanji sent […]

  • 8 January 1937

    On Friday, 8 January 1937, Baba began fasting on only two cups of milk and two cups of tea daily, and stated that he would continue to do so for 40 days, until his birthday on the 18th of […]

  • 7 January 1927

    The chart was first printed in block letters on paper, then later on cardboard, and eventually the alphabet was painted on a small wooden board. Baba began using the board from Friday, 7 January […]

  • 6 January 1907

    Mehera Irani is born. About his beloved Mehera, Baba said, “She is my very breath without which I cannot live.”

    6 January 1928

    On Friday, 6 January 1928, about a dozen Indian soldiers were […]

  • 3 January 1923

    On 3 January 1923, Baba called all the mandali to his upstairs room and said, “Somehow let us manage to spare an hour or two every evening to discuss domestic matters of the Manzil, and then to […]

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