Mehera-Meher is the story of an intimate, Divine Romance between the Beloved and his closest disciple. The three-volume hardbound set draws deeply from Mehera’s firsthand narrative gathered from over 200 hours of tape recordings made by the author, David Fenster, from the years 1974 to 1982. To this he painstakingly researched and added other historical material from Mehera and those close to her to create an epic, 1700–page biography of Avatar Meher Baba’s foremost woman disciple.
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MSI Collection India, displays a collection of photographs of Avatar Meher Baba collected through the years by his sister Mani S Irani. The Meher Baba photographs have been digitised from the camera original negatives and from the best master prints available. The website allows to download some of the low resolution Meher Baba photographs from the website, but for high resolution or HD Meher Baba photographs or pics, please contact the administrator or webmaster of the Meher Baba “MSI” Collection. [… More info …]
Meher Baba first contacted Katie and her sister Goher at their family home in Quetta when they were respectively 3 and 7 years old. He would visit their family in Quetta from time to time thereafter. View Video Talks by Katie recorded in Meherabad .. [… More info …]
Meher Baba’s Silence day is coming on 10 July. On the 10th July of 1925, Meher Baba began his long silence, which he observed for the next 44 years, until his final rest. Every year on this day the 10th of July his followers or lovers around the world observe a one day or 24 hours Silence from midnight of 9th until midnight of 10 of July. [… More info …]
The anniversary of the day when Avatar Meher Baba dropped his physical form is commemorated in a major gathering attended by a stream of visitors from 30 January to 1 February of each year. During this 48-hour period a program of song, dance, and film continues all day and through much of the night on the stage near Meher Baba’s Tomb. The climax of the event takes place on Amartithi day itself when, for fifteen minutes, the assembled crowd keeps silence for fifteen minutes in honor of the physical passing of the Avatar of the Age at 12:15 p.m. on 31st January 1969. [… More info …]