27-NADIR ALI SHAH

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27-NADIR ALI SHAH

Spiritual Chargeman of Quetta

This mast was not contacted by Baba but his remark for Baba was interesting. He was spiritual charge-man of Quetta and lived in a tent that was provided by local people to shelter him from the severe winter weather of Quetta. In the tent there was fire (Dhuni) always burning and the tent was full of smoke. With his hands he would fan the smoke from this fire toward himself, and Baidul and Eruch, who went several times to him to try to get him to come to Baba used to emerge thankfully into the open air with smoky tears pouring from their eyes. Nadir Ali Shah always refused to come with them to Baba, and once he added the remark, “My boat would be drowned in that Ocean”. (I.e. Baba), although Baba did not Contact him, he circled round his tent in Elizabeth’s car; so perhaps some remote contact was made after all. This was in March, 1941. (Meher Baba and his group stayed in Quetta from 11th March to 7th April 1941)