February 28, 2020
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Chicago Center

We welcome you in the name of Meher Baba and hope that this site can provide you with any information you may need about the Chicago group. Below are some links specifically designed for the [… More …]

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Meher Mount Ojai CA

Meher Baba Web SitesMeher Mount consists of 170 acres of dense woodland and open fields on Sulphur Mountain in the upper Ojai of California, about 90 miles north of Los Angeles. Meher Mount provides a wonderful spot for bird watching and viewing wildlife. Deer, bobcat, and fox can be seen regularly, roaming freely in their natural habitat. On occasion coyote, mule deer, mountain lion and bear have also been sighted. At 2,600 feet above the Pacific Ocean, Meher Mount has a magnificent 360-degree view, including the nearby peak of the Topa Topa mountain range, the Channel Islands, Los Padres National Forest, and the Ojai Valley… [… More …]

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Avatars Abode Australia

Avatar's Adobe (Australia) Meher BabaAvatar’s Abode in Australia, was blessed by Meher Baba during his visit in 1958. It was dedicated as Meher Baba’s spiritual home in Australia and by His wish, it can never be sold, but must be kept as a place of pilgrimage, a priceless treasure for generations to come. In June of each year, there is a special retreat which pilgrims may attend, to commemorate the anniversary of Meher Baba’s visit. Day visits are also available during the year. [… More …]

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Washington DC

Avatar Meher Baba devoted his life to awakening Humanity to experiencing the reality of Divine Love. He declared himself as the Ancient One and the Highest of the High. In his Universal message, Baba proclaimed [… More …]

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Meher Baba House : New York

New York Meher Baba House as a service to local and world-wide Meher Baba followers. Please visit the site to be informed of upcoming events in the New York area. This site also provides a [… More …]

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MBCTC Twin Cities

The MBCTC relies in part on your membership support to sustain our activities throughout the year and to make possible scholarships to support participation for any of us who may be invited to experience a [… More …]

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7:- Personal Sites

Kendras NoteBook

Blog on Meher Baba started by Kendra Crossen Burroughs, an American Baba-lover since 1968. You may find interesting information, Summaries, Talks and postings on Baba by Kendra in Kendra’s NoteBook and recently posted first little video, a short clip of Phyllis Ott taken in her kitchen. The Blog is regularly updated with new Articles and information on Meher Baba world..
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Gabriella Tal

Meher Baba Web SitesI’ve lived in North Carolina for most of my life. My practice is in Chapel Hill, NC. To set an appointment, go to the sessions with Gabriella Tal page. I’ve also spent a lot of time in India and Israel. I love music and writing: I run music programs for seniors and music programs for children. I’ve made some CDs and tapes of my music. Some of my prose and poetry are on the Writing Page for you to look at too. Also, I am deeply inspired and guided by Meher Baba, . . . [… More …]

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Tony Howell Meherabad images

Tony Howell is one of England’s best-known landscape photographers, and is based in Somerset. His style is instantly recognizable – simple, uncluttered compositions and an overall sense of peace and stillness borne out of his deep love of the land. His images have been used in countless books, calendars, magazines, on BBC TV, in a Hollywood Movie, billboards, brochures, catalogs, greeting cards, posters, postcards, websites, national newspapers, fleets of vans and much more. Tony visited Meherabad and took a number of wonderful photographs on Samadhi and the Mandali, and some of them are available on his site for free download as wallpaper..
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Win Coates

Win Coats on leftIn 1977 when my brother Win turned seventeen, I gave him my grandfather’s well broken in “Leica” camera and sent him by himself to India. I had been too shy to take photographs of Meher Baba’s Mandali when I was there, so knowing how bold he was and how much he loved film and photography, I asked him to take photographs of the Mandali for me. Little did I know that he possessed the magical gift that by looking into the camera and focusing, he produced one incredible photograph after another….
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