Avatar’s Abode is a 99 acre property held in perpetuity for the benefit of all persons with an interest in Avatar Meher Baba (1894-1969) – a major Indian spiritual figure who stayed here in 1958. For followers of Meher Baba, Avatar’s Abode is one of the four or so most important spiritual centres in the world. Therefore, Baba lovers (followers of Meher Baba) visit Avatar’s Abode throughout the year, from all parts of Australia and overseas.More about Avatar's Abode »
Avatar's Abode Trust Report Sept 2014 [PDF 815KB]
Avatar Meher Baba was born Merwan (Meherwan) Sheriar Irani into a Zoroastrian (Parsi) family in Pune, India, in 1894. During his teens and twenties, Merwan associated with and was proclaimed Avatar (‘descent of God into human form’) by five spiritual Masters from long-established Maharastran lineages within the Chistiyyah and Qalandari Sufi, and Hindu Datta avadhutas traditions. These figures: Hazrat Babajan (? 1790-1931), Sai Baba of Shirdi (1836-1918), Upasni Maharaj (1870-1941), Narayan Maharaj (1885-1945) and Tajuddin Baba (1861-1925) command pan-Indian followings.
People interested in learning more about Avatar Meher Baba and His place are welcome to visit the property during the hours of 9 am to 6 pm. There are toilets and tea/coffee making facilities but no food is available.
To arrange your day visit please telephone: Bill Le Page (+61 7) 5442 1248, or Ros or Roy Hayes (+61 7) 5442 1544, or Bernard Bruford (+61 7) 5442 1487.More details on visiting Avatar's Abode »
Meher Baba’s Birthday
Avatar Meher Baba was born at
5am 25th February 1894.
Sunday 21 February 2016
12 Noon Silence. 12.15 pm Arti.
12.30 pm BYO lunch to share foollowed by program.
Thursday 25 February 2016
5 am Arti. 5.30 am Light breakfast at Meeting Hall. BYO breakfast contributions welcomed » more details
The 58th Anniversary
Friday 10 June to Monday 13 June 2016
Details and information will be available closer to the Anniversary.
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