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Dr. G.S.N. Moorty

Dr. G.S.N. Moorty

Dr. G.S.N. Moorty passed away Thursday, April 28, 2011, at 3:20 PM (Indian Standard Time) in Sahara Hospital, Gwalior, where he had been for a few days. Meher Kumar (Dr. Moorty’s son) called and informed Manjusha Kalavapudi, who posted the news. She said she’d had an opportunity to talk to Dr. Moorty just a couple of days prior.

Meher Baba called Dr. Moorty “the talkative disciple of the Silent Master.” A doctor of philosophy from Calcutta, he traveled throughout India to deliver heartfelt talks on the Beloved. He also toured the United States to share his tales of time spent with Meher Baba.

Once, in 1958, when several lovers were preparing a play for Baba’s entertainment, Moorty suggested that he be given the part of a dead body, because it would require no memorization. Baba was amused when the “corpse” was placed near His feet, and He began to tickle Moorty with His toe. He gave Moorty the name Murdal Moorty, “Dead Moorty.”

Another time, Dr. Moorty said: “I dreamt that Baba told me to wander about naked, but I could not do it. Then he asked me to leap into a well, and I leapt. This broke the dream and I found myself lying in bed.” Baba cracked, “Don’t jump into a well, jump into my Ocean of Love!” (Lord Meher 13:4820).

Dr. Moorty’s stories of life with Baba appear in his book The Wonders of Silence and on the DVD Dr. Moorty at Avatar’s Abode.

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2 Responses to Dr. G.S.N. Moorty

  • Oh Moorty – one of God’s shining lovers and true character. He came to Australia and touched many hearts. happy trails dear Moorty. the little waves of Baba devotion you shared roll on and on…

  • Dr Moorty was such a wonderful and most loved speaker on beloved Baba, that it will be difficult to find such a person for a long time to come!.
    His association with Baba lovers at Dehra Dun, India especially was a memorable period. For me, he was a great personal inspiration on the project to acquire Baba’s property of New life in 1950.

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