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Meher Baba (February 25, 1894 January 31, 1969) was an Indian spiritual master who claimed to be the Avatar (an incarnation of God). Although he maintained silence for most of his life, his teachings spread worldwide, notably through Baba's extensive travels, and through the popularity of music written by one his followers, Pete Townshend. His 1925 quote "Don't Worry, Be Happy", which became well known after appearing in a song by Bobby McFerrin, reflects Meher Baba's teaching that all human experience reflects God's divine plan, and that in the end all will become united with God. His Samadhi (tomb-shrine) in Meherabad (outside Ahmednagar, India) has become a place of pilgrimage.

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Meher Baba, painting by Susan White
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Sheriar Irani, Meher Baba's father
Meher Baba, painted by Lyn Ott in 1972
Meher Baba, painted by Lyn Ott in 1972 (sepia)
Painting of Meher Baba by Lyn Ott
Painting of Meher Baba by Lyn Ott (framed)
Meher Baba's alphabet board
Journey through duality
Meher Baba as Huma
Lyn Ott, 1996
Lyn Ott, 1964
Meher Pilgrim Center in India
Chris Ott, 2004
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