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Meher Today – 8th March

Meher Today – 8th March

8 March 1934 Baba paid a visit to Nasik on 8 March, leaving at 3:30 P.M. with Adi Sr. in his Pontiac, along with Rustom and Sailor. Baba met Freiny and her children, visited Circle Cinema and the homes of the Talatis and Edke, before returning the following afternoon. He went to see King Kong at Sarosh Cinema, before returning to Meherabad. 8 March 1947 On 8 March, Don drove Baba in a car to conta... »

Meher Today – 7th March

Meher Today – 7th March

7 March 1928 On 7 March, Baba gave final instructions to him about his trip, telling him, “You may go to as many cricket and football matches as you like; you can go to the cinema. Just accept all the invitations that come your way, and speak about me to those you meet. Then my work will be done.” Rustom left Meherabad that evening and sailed from Bombay three days later. He was the fi... »

Meher Today – 6th March

Meher Today – 6th March

6 March 1929 Baba’s crypt-cabin was being rebuilt in stone at this time, and at 3:00 P.M. on Wednesday, 6 March 1929, the opening ceremony of the new pucca (permanent) room was performed. A tea party was held in celebration on the platform outside the Tomb with gramophone records being played and sweets distributed, brought by Adi from Ahmednagar. 6 March 1960 The public darshan was held on ... »

Meher Today – 5th March

Meher Today – 5th March

5 March 1933 Baba paid a visit to the district of Bhor on Sunday, 5 March 1933, having been invited by the maharaja there. He stopped first at Lonavla, where Ghani and Tyebali arranged tea and breakfast. After a brief stop at Nilu’s in Poona, Baba went on to Bhor where he was received grandly and hundreds came for his darshan. Baba went to Kolhapur the next day, meeting with his lovers at th... »

Meher Today – 4th March

Meher Today – 4th March

4 March 1935 Seeking a more pleasant climate Baba shifted to Nasik with the women mandali early in the morning on Monday, 4 March 1935 to spend the hot summer months (March through May) there. They traveled in two buses. Kalingad drove Baba and the women in one, and Bhiwa drove the other with Daulatmai, her infant grandson Beheram, Jalbhai and Chhagan. Masaji rode in the front seat of KalingadR... »

Meher Today – 3rd March

Meher Today – 3rd March

3 March 1930 Leaving Madras on 3 March, in one of the buses and a car, they proceeded towards Bangalore. On the way, Baba remarked that there was a sixth-plane wali in Mysore who had been born as a wali. Sadashiv told Baba that he had read in the newspaper about a man in Mysore who remembers his past life. “He recognizes his previous parents, their home and every detail,” Sadashiv rela... »

Meher Today – 2nd March

Meher Today – 2nd March

2 March 1953 Baba crosses the Ganges near Rishikesh in a small rowboat. In order to pay his respects to sadhus residing on the other side. 2 March 1954 Baba left Rajahmundry for Kakinada at 1:00 P.M. on 2 March 1954. On his way, he gave darshan in the village of Thapeshwaram in the Satchitananda Theosophical Lodge, where a program had been arranged. There, at two o’clock in the afternoon, th... »

Meher Today – 28th February

Meher Today – 28th February

28 February 1931 On Saturday, 28 February 1931, Baba performed the opening ceremony of Rustom’s new movie theater in Nasik. At the hands of the Master of the Universal Cinema, the Circle Cinema was officially declared open.  A Charlie Chaplin comedy, Shoulder Arms, and another film were shown. 28 February 1963 In Andhra, on Friday, 28 February 1963 at 7:00 A.M., Maharani Shantadevi declared ... »

Meher Today – 27th February

Meher Today – 27th February

27 February 1929 Even though they had walked about fourteen miles, the boys were not tired. Reaching Happy Valley at about ten o’clock, they had a meal and Baba made the boys rest. The next day, Wednesday, 27 February 1929, Baba took a few boys sightseeing to Manjor Suba Hill and other spots, but he returned within fifteen minutes. Meanwhile, the mandali and the remaining boys had been divid... »