By Bal Natu
The virtually hourly aspect of Meher Baba's travels via Hamipur and Andhra over a nine-week interval in 1954.
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The secretary went to his master and on his return told Eruch that the saint very happily received Baba's message. He also conveyed his loving pranams (salutations) to Baba and a request for Baba's blessings. Eruch happily returned to our residence. The response from the saint pleased Baba. However, the next morning, He again sent Eruch to the same ashram. He met with the secretary and repeated Baba's message given the previous evening, with the following addition: if the ashram tried to misrepresent Baba's visit to the saint, "it would be tantamount to piling dishonesty upon dishonesty" and this would be severely dealt with.
Eruch made it clear that this particular visit of Baba's was not for giving darshan but was for special spiritual work. The secretary also informed them that the saint, being ill with lumbago, would not be able to walk to the main hall and had requested that Baba visit him in his room. M. By the time Baba reached the ashram with His mandali, the ashramites had gathered in the big hall and were singing 15 GLIMPSES OF THE GOD-MAN devotional songs. Baba was very warmly received, and the secretary very humbly bowed to Baba.
However, the next morning, He again sent Eruch to the same ashram. He met with the secretary and repeated Baba's message given the previous evening, with the following addition: if the ashram tried to misrepresent Baba's visit to the saint, "it would be tantamount to piling dishonesty upon dishonesty" and this would be severely dealt with. The secretary told Eruch that his master had already informed the ashramites that no more discussions on the subject should continue in the ashram. I have given these details concerning Baba's meeting with the saint to show how exacting He was in His work with His people and with others.