Meher Baba Interview 1932 Newsreel (religion, spirituality)





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Published on Sep 4, 2006

Meher Baba interviewed by British historian, Charles Purdom in London, England on April 8th, 1932. Produced by the Paramount Film company.

taken from the 1994 documentary, 'Meher Baba, The Awakener.'

Avatar Meher Baba was born in Poona, India in 1894. His mission as Avatar, the Hindu word for Godman, started in 1921 and developed as a practical example of his principle message of love. He worked with disciples in India, Europe, America and the poor of India, through free schools, dispensaries and shelters. His life was devoted not to teaching but to awakening humanity to the unifying message of love and the Truth given by great messengers of the past. His belief that all had been said was given emphasis by his observing silence for 44 years, from 1925 until his death in 1969.

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