BIHAR (CONTACTS)

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BIHAR (CONTACTS)

 

 1-A NEEDY FAMILY

In year 1950, Baba moved from Behat village in Bihar, Baba moved to Maivi Village the same amount was bestowed upon another family, and there Baba also gave several poor persons five rupees each. (Lord Meher-p-2950-1950)

 

2-BAIJNATH MISHRA

Scarcity of food prevailed in Bihar, Bengal and Orissa, due to floods in some parts, drought in other parts and an earthquake. After the India-Pakistan partition, the refugee problem also exacerbated the misery in some areas. In Bihar, for example, because of floods along the Kosi River, people were suffering terribly. Many lives had been lost and property destroyed. Baijnath Mishra  a co-worker helped Baba greatly in his work of contacting the afflicted and homeless in the flooded areas.

 

3-JANAKI NANDAN SINGH

Scarcity of food prevailed in Bihar, Bengal and Orissa, due to floods in some parts, drought in other parts and an earthquake. After the India-Pakistan partition, the refugee problem also exacerbated the misery in some areas. In Bihar, for example, because of floods along the Kosi River, people were suffering terribly. Many lives had been lost and property destroyed. Janaki Nandan Singh, the chairman of the Darbhanga Zilla Parishad (District Board),  helped Baba greatly in His work of contacting the afflicted and homeless in the flooded areas.

 

5-THREE NEEDY FAMILIES

Accompanied by Eruch, Pendu, Baidul, Gustadji and Baijnath Mishra, who served as their guide, Baba travelled in a tonga from the Tamuria train station to the village of Madhepur Thana, a distance of four miles. There he distributed love gifts of Rs.500 each to three needy families. With each family, Baba washed their feet and then laid his head on their feet, as Eruch read out the proclamation. (Lord Meher-p-2950-1950)

 

6-TWO NEEDY FAMILIES

In year 1950, leaving Madhepur in Bihar, Baba went next by tonga to Kachuwa Village, where he gave two needy families Rs.500 each after washing their feet and placing his head thereon. (Lord Meher-p-2950-1950)

 

7-TWO NEEDY FAMILIES-2

In year 1950, Bihar Baba travelled moved from Kachuwa to Behat Village where, in the same manner, two families were given Rs.100 each. (Lord Meher-p-2950-1950)