Meher Baba's bedroom

Mehera's bed

Blue bus

Mehera's garden


Meherazad was Meher Baba's residence in the latter years and the home of a number of his close disciples.

Baba's Room

Baba's room in the main bungalow was the one where He rested at night after 1956. It is still furnished as it was in the latter years. The bed was the one He used up until January 26, 1969.

Mandali Hall

Meher Baba met daily with the men mandali in this room. Originally it was a garage and stable, but later brick walls, a roof, floor, and windows were added. Besides Baba's chair, the room also contains a number of photos and paintings.

Blue bus

This bus carried Meher Baba and His women disciples throughout India in the late 1930s through early 1940s. In 1949 its body was put on a brick foundation. After this, it served as a small cabin where Meher Baba spent forty days during the period known as the Great Seclusion. The bed inside is the one Meher Baba used from January 26 through January 31, 1969 (the day that He left His physical form).

New Life Caravan

This blue wooden caravan was used for a short time as a sleeping compartment by the women on the New Life. The front window has been replaced by a stained-glass portrait of Meher Baba, created by Karin Kaye.

Seclusion Hill

This hill was formerly known as Lower Tembi Hill. At one time two cabins stood on its peak for Meher Baba's work in seclusion, but today only traces of their foundations remain. The top of the hill belongs to the Trust, but the slopes are public property. The path to the top was blazed by Dr. Donkin, and Meher Baba Himself led groups of followers to the top.

Meherazad Gardens

A tribute to Mehera's loving care, beautiful flowers flourish in the gardens surrounding Meherazad, despite chronic water shortages. Every day Baba would pass the gardens as He went from His room to Mandali Hall and back again. Many of the films taken of Baba in the later years were filmed here.