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Meher Today – 23rd January

Meher Today – 23rd January

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 school, hospital and dispensary, concluding, “Now these projects will be done on a permanent basis. In the school there will be 150 resident students, for whom boarding arrangements will have to be provided.” 23 January 1939 Leaving Benares early on the morning of 23 January 1939, Baba’s entourage proceeded to Kanpur, arriving at four o’clock in the afternoon, where they stayed in the Kashmir Hotel, which was managed by Hindus. After contacting some poor destitutes ... »

Meher Today – 22nd January

Meher Today – 22nd January

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 spiritual significance of this act as very rare. The place where it is done is purified for those who come later. 22 January 1953 Baba left Penugonda the next morning, Thursday, 22 January 1953, at 7:00 A.M., halting at Kapavaram Village, where he gave darshan. He arrived in Nidadavole at 8:30. This was Kutumba Sastri and Mallikarjuna’s hometown. Darshan had been arranged at the board high school, and about 5,000 attended. Baba was so quick in distributing prasad after the usual messages... »

Meher Today – 21st January

Meher Today – 21st January

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 riotously received by about 5,000 people. I. Gangadharam and an acharya (Hindu priest) delivered welcome addresses, and a few songs were sung. Baba touched the prasad of bananas and guavas, saying that the workers there should distribute it among the people. At eight o’clock, after giving a message to the students gathered there, Baba headed for Pippara. Dr. Rao, Kutumba Sastri, Mallikarjuna Rao and a few others had joined Baba in Tadepalligudem. At each place Kutumba Sastri tra... »

Meher Today – 20th January

Meher Today – 20th January

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 contained hidden significance that affected the lives of everything in creation. Sometimes the reasons for the Master’s moods, seclusions or fasts would become apparent or they would coincide with certain world events which the mandali would come to know of later when they read the newspapers. For example, when Baba was in a bad mood or shouting at someone, the next day they would read of some disaster or natural calamity, such as a train crash, an ocean liner sinking, or a gre... »

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... »

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