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Meher Today – 19th April

Meher Today – 19th April

19 April 1925 On Sunday, 19 April 1925, another “new recruit”, B. S. Waman, joined the community. “I am tired of a worldly life,” Waman told Baba, “and wish to experience divinity.” Baba permitted him to stay at Meherabad and instructed him to fast on water for seven days and remain secluded in the school. Waman began the fast, but after four days his condition weakened and Baba canceled the order. Instead, he was appointed as a teacher, and Baba began calling him Kisan Master [as in schoolmaster]. 19 April 1933 On 19 April Baba took women mandali on an outing by houseboat to Dal Lake, about four miles from Srinagar. They had tea and sandwiches on the way ... »

Meher Today – 18th April

Meher Today – 18th April

18 April 1947 On 18 April 1947, eighteen poor people from a nearby village were brought up the hill. Baba washed the feet of each person, bowed to them and handed them each ten rupees. The weather was terrible during Baba’s seclusion on the hill at Purandhar. It rained continuously with fierce winds due to a cyclone which was lashing the west coast of India concurrently with Baba’s seclusion. 18 April 1944 Jhipra Baba, a rare type of mast whom Baba had contacted in Nasirabad the year before, was brought by Babadas to Pimpalgaon on 18 April 1944. Baba worked with the mast in seclusion for only one day and sent him back to his village the same night. The fifth-plane mast Ali Shah o... »

Meher Today – 17th April

Meher Today – 17th April

17 April 1934 Baba left Bombay for Bangalore at 1:45 P.M. on 17 April 1934, traveling in a third class compartment on the Madras Express train. He was accompanied by Kaka, Chanji and Gustadji. A crowd of lovers had gathered at Victoria Terminus to give him a loving send-off. Baba had wrapped a shawl in Arab fashion around his head, and was wearing large, black sunglasses to avoid being recognized. He did not allow anyone to bow to him and did not embrace anyone before boarding, so that his identity would remain a secret. 17 April 1949 Baba and the men then drove to Jabalpur. There on Sunday, 17 April 1949, Baba worked with three advanced souls. Maggu Mian was a good mast who used to wander t... »

Meher Today – 16th April

Meher Today – 16th April

16 April 1932 Detailed plans had been arranged for Baba’s stay at the Devonshire Retreat. Meredith came to see Baba on Saturday, 16 April 1932 at six o’clock in the morning, returning to Devonshire at 11. Adi Jr., Beheram, Chanji, Kaka, and Ghani were sent ahead to Devonshire that afternoon at three. In the evening Baba went to see a comic film, A Night Like This, featuring Ralph Lynn. 16 April 1946 Baba leaves Ahmednagar to go to a small village of Niranjanpur(near Dehra Dun) for seclusion. 16 April 1948 Baba and the men left Syansu at 4:30 on the morning of Friday, 16 April 1948 and trekked to Tehri Garhwal. They carried kerosene lanterns to light the way. Since the road was be... »

Meher Today – 15th April

Meher Today – 15th April

15 April 1932 Baba is taken to a Paramount Studio in London to see a film of himself being interviewed by Charles Purdom. Baba visits the zoo and the British Museum, also, for just 15 minutes. Kew Gardens is visited another day during his London stay. 15 April 1949 Reaching Badnera, the group left at once for Nagpur, where they stayed with Jal Kerawalla, who had been transferred there. Baba and his men drove to Bor Nallah in Jal’s car on 15 April, to contact Amir Hussein, a good subtle conscious mast. 15 April 1952 Baba gives darshan for the first time since the New Life to his Bombay (Mumbai) followers. Source: Lordmeher.org & Sheriarbooks.org »

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