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Videos are posted in the order they were sent out in the Weekly Offerings & Monthly Newsletters, with the most recent collection first.

Meher Baba in Nasik and Rahuri

Shared previously, this original footage from 1937 allows us to partake in Meher Baba’s birthday celebrations in the holy city of Nasik and Rahuri, where He also had His ashram. We see exquisite garlanding, dances, music, and a birthday feast for all. Many of the Eastern and Western Mandali are present, along with Meher Baba’s mother, Shireen Mai.

Video, 09:08
With permission from Avatar Meher Baba Perpetual Public Charitable Trust
Uploaded 2/23/2024

“Wherever you are, there I am”

In this beautiful interview conducted by Irwin Luck at Meher Center in 1971, devoted mandali members Kitty Davy and Adi K. Irani share stories of their lives with Baba. Kitty talks about her first year with Baba in 1931 and her journey to accept the separation that Baba had planned for her for His work. Adi recounts the events of Baba’s final day in His physical form. Throughout, their love and faith in Baba shine through every word.

Video; 13:34
Meher Center, 1971
Courtesy of The Avatar Meher Baba Center Southern California-US
Uploaded 2/16/2024

“Baba’s miracle of His love”

In this brief, exquisite remembrance, Baba’s beloved Mehera talks about Baba’s beauty, His suffering, and His love.

Audio, 2:46
Meherazad, India, August 1977
Courtesy of Mandali Hall Talks
For full talk, click here and go to DF-078B
Uploaded 2/16/2024

Virtual Amartithi Celebration

In this year’s virtual Amartithi Celebration, long-time Baba lover Rick Chapman shares his story of being at Meherabad for the final days of Meher Baba’s entombment in February of 1969. Accompanied by incredible photos and film footage along with musical performances by Jim Meyer, Jamie Newell, and Buz Connor; it’s a gathering not to be missed!

Video, 2:08:56
January 31, 2024
Meher Spiritual Center Archives

Uploaded 2/9/2024

“When you come to Baba, leave your buffaloes behind”

In this amusing anecdote with a profound lesson, Mani narrates the story of a long journey. Baba wanted someone to bring Nilkanth Mast from Dehradun to Satara, a journey of 1200 miles, on a train. As travelling with masts can go, an adventure awaited the brave, old lady who took on the challenge. But the greatest of all challenges was to leave her buffaloes behind.

Audio, 14:24
Meherazad, India, October 1972
Courtesy of Mandali Hall Talks
For full talk, click here
Uploaded 2/9/2024

“You cannot be missed by Him”

Hardeep Hanspal is a long-time devoted lover of Meher Baba who resides at Meherabad with his wife, Indra. In this talk, Hardeep shares a delightful selection of stories about Meher Baba from his own life and the lives of others, weaving in the often miraculous incidents that took place around the Avatar.

Video, 1:01:03
Meher Center, Meeting Place, July 22, 2011
Meher Spiritual Center Archives

“The Shepherd”

In this moving section of a chat in Mandali Hall, Mani talks about the Mandali’s experience after Baba dropped His body—from trying to put aside their own grief so they could attend to their responsibilities, to shifting plans for Meherazad, to a moment of comfort and clarity involving a shepherd in a field at dusk.

Audio, 15:57
Meherazad, India, 1976
Courtesy of Mandali Hall Talks
For full talk, click here and go to DF-014B

Darshan at Avatar Meher Baba’s Samadhi

Join us for a beautiful virtual Darshan at Meher Baba’s Samadhi, accompanied by the Gujarati Arti.

Video, 4:38
Courtesy of Meherabad Moments
Uploaded 1/26/2024

Who was Jesus of Nazareth

In this special presentation held on Center during the holidays, Jamie Newell explores the life and legacy of Jesus Christ as viewed through the lens of Meher Baba’s statements and teachings.

Video, 55:03
Meher Center Meeting Place, December 29, 2023
Meher Spiritual Center Archives

“To teach us for our own good”

Faredoon Driver, nicknamed “Padri” by Baba, joined the Master in 1922 when he was eighteen years old and remained with Him for the rest of his life. Baba had Padri oversee much of the construction and maintenance at Meherabad, calling him one of “the Four Pillars of Meherabad.” In the 1960s and 70s, many pilgrims to Meherabad found the stalwart, exacting, humorous, loving Padri to be an inspiring example of a life lived solely for Baba. But in this snippet of conversation, Padri focuses back on the early 1920s, when he and the Mandali were “absolutely raw” and Baba was a “stern taskmaster” teaching them obedience—including these two lessons that Padri never forgot.

Audio, 8:44
Meherabad, India, Date Unknown
Courtesy of Mandali Hall Talks
For full talk, click here and go to NC-002E