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Meher Today – 19th January

Meher Today – 19th January

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 reminisced about his incarnation as Buddha and then remarked, “Buddha is now silent.” 19 January 1953 On Monday, 19 January 1953, a mass darshan program took place at 8:30 A.M. opposite Dhanapathy’s residence, where a huge pavilion had been raised. The customary message of Baba’s bowing down and explanation about the Fiery Life was read out. Moving lectures were then delivered by the Meher Committee, the local Bar Association and the Gandhi Seva body, welcoming Baba t... »

Meher Today – 18th January

Meher Today – 18th January

18 January 1939 In the morning of 18 January, Baba took the women for a boat ride on the sacred Ganges River. He explained the significance of Benares and the Ganges, and remarked, “Every Avatar has come to this city and touched his feet in this river’s waters.”  There are more than 1,500 temples in Benares. When Baba showed them the temple of Visheshwar (the Almighty), he remarked with a smile, “You are seeing the temple of Visheshwar in Visheshwar’s company!” 18 January 1942 From Hubli, Baba journeyed to Nagapattinam, where on Sunday, 18 January 1942, he met Chatti Baba. Chatti Baba was wild with joy at seeing Baba, and like a child would not let go of h... »

Meher Today – 17th January

Meher Today – 17th January

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 area. 17 January 1953 Pendu reserved a train compartment for the group, and on the afternoon of 17 January 1953, Baba and his contingent of about 50 men left Vijayawada for Tadepalligudem. On the train Baba listened to his lovers tell stories and jokes and inquired often about the speed at which the train was running. Jalbhai and Dhake amused him with funny tales; Kumar narrated fantastic “true” episodes of his life. The train passed Eluru, where they saw Ranga Rao supervising the construction... »

Meher Today – 16th January

Meher Today – 16th January

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 life is to become one with God. The surest and quickest way to achieve this goal is to hold on to my daaman by loving me more and more. I have suffered much and will have to suffer much more until I break my silence. I give my love to my lovers. 16 January 1965 Baba is taken to the hospital in Ahmednagar for X-rays. As he is experiencing pain in his chest, neck and spine. The doctor surmises that the source of the problem is due to Baba’s having bowed down to so many persons ove... »

Meher Today – 15th January

Meher Today – 15th January

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 most equable climate in Ceylon. It was picturesque and a river of raging torrents ran through the deep ravine behind Baba’s bungalow, causing a ceaseless roar. 15 January 1942 On 15 January, Baba left Meherabad by car with Baidul and Kaka to contact Chatti Baba and other masts in South India. He proceeded first to Hubli, where he recontacted two masts. One of these was the young saint called Dev Purush. A very advanced mast of the sixth plane, he sat completely naked on a stone.... »