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Meherabad : The Way to Language of Silence…

Meherabad or Meherabad Hill is just 5 Kms away from my hometown Ahmednagar in Maharashtra State of India. I often use to come here for spending some time in total silence. It feels relaxed and recharged after coming here. Early 1920’s Meher Baba and his followers settled down here, and this small hill with some land around it became the “Ashram” of Meher Baba and his disciples. Now a days this small hill called as Meherabad Hill and this is the path used by Meher Baba when going up and down Meherabad hill 1920’s onwards.
Meher Baba during His early days of stay at Meherabad in 1927, got a pit excavated on the Meherabad Hill, with a view that the same place may one day become the resting place for His physical remains, after He drops the Body. And not just that, He often spent time inside the pit, that was constructed there, for His inner spiritual work in seclusion.
Later in 1930’s a Dome was constructed over the pit, under the exclusive direction of Meher Baba which is now the present “Samadhi”. This “Samadhi” has a dome like structure with symbols from all the important religions of the world and with “Mastery in Servitude” inscribed on it.
This tin and wooden built cabin was built in 1935 by Padri, one of Meher Baba’s close disciples. After building this room baba started using it for His work.
Seclusion Cabin (Baba’s Room) from inside
Stretcher used on January 31,1969 to transport Baba’s body still rests in His Tomb.
Meher Retreat (Museum Building) at Meherabad Hill.
Tin Shed & Baba's Gadi

Baba's Kitchen
Hospital Building with Cage Room

Panchavati Cave
In 1930 Baba asked His mandali to dig a cave on the east side of Meherabad Hill. He named it Panchvati Cave and went into seclusion there on November 15th, 1930.

There is accommodation available at the Hostels of trust. These Hostels are situated around meherabad hill and behind the Old Meher Pilgrim Center. The Hostels provide facility like morning Tea, Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner to the Pilgrims, with Bed, towels, Blankets, etc, but at a affordable cost. The Men and Women pilgrims are however boarded separately at the Hostel.
for more information please visit Trust’s Website :


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