BABA FUNCTION AT MANDLA Mandla, a place in Madhya Pradesh (India) was chosen by Meher Baba in early 1940’s for spiritual activity. A Samadhi like structure was also built there as per Baba’s instructions on [… More info …]
Kalemama (Ramchandra Bapuji Kale or R. B. Kale – was commonly knows as Kalemama in Meher Baba’s circle) was Meher Baba’s close companion and one of the earliest Mandali, since 1926. A Civil Engineer by Profession Kalemama held a number of responsible positions in Maharastra Govt services, as Chief Executive Officer of Kolhapur Municipal Corporation, Estate Engineer and Secretary at Dhule etc. Kalemama was one of those rare disciples of Baba who also had the rare opportunity to meet Shri Sai Baba, Shri Upasni Maharaj and Shri Narayan Maharaj, a number of times. [… More info …]
A.R. Abdulla, son of Ramjoo Abdulla (Author of Ramjoo’s Diaries) passed away at Mumbai (India) on 26.11.2009. His wife was Dr. Abdul Ghani Munsif’s daughter, who had passed away last year only. Abdulla had authored a few Spiritual Books one of which is available in Full Text on this website For More info Click here [… More info …]
September 6, 2009, Poona: We are deeply sad to inform you that our dear friend and companion and stalwart in Beloved Baba’s love, Erico, has returned to Baba’s embrace at 11:30 a.m. on September 6th [… More info …]
In His Service, the Trust’s newsletter, published on a biannual basis. Here you can find news about recent programmes and activities on the Trust estate, descriptions of new plans, reports on work in progress, and occasional reminiscences from Baba’s lifetime. the June 2009 issue of the In His Service newsletter is now available for viewing … [… More info …]
Meher Baba’s brother Behram’s wife Perin had a lifetime of incredible experiences with Baba dating back to the early years. When Perin was a young teenager, Sheriarji pointed her out to Baba as a potential marriage partner for Baba’s brother Behram… [… More info …]
Sheela’s father Bhau Kalchuri joined Meher Baba as one of the mandali in 1953. Four years later, Baba called Sheela and her family to live in his near proximity. The Kalchuris had many opportunities to be in the Beloved’s presence, and Sheela’s first-person account paints a vivid, intimate portrait of life near Meher Baba, from the perspective of a child and teenager.
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