(Jan. 1939) The next day they went to Mathura, where Krishna was born; to Gokul, where he spent his childhood; and to Vrindavan, where he lived with the gopis. Near a temple in Vrindavan, a young mast who was playing the flute saw Baba and exclaimed, “Here comes my Murlivale – the Flute Player! I have been waiting for you!” (1) The mast was ecstatic when he saw Baba.

While visiting the places associated with Krishna, Baba observed, “When I see these places, I remember my old habitats; they are like my old, well-remembered haunts. Here was where I used to play with the gopis and steal milk and curds; here, I played my flute; and here, my Radha would come running to me! Now, I have brought my new gopis with me, and now, Mehera is my Radha.”

(1)  Murlivale is another name for Krishna and means “the flute player.”

[Beloved Baba dropped His physical Form on January 31, 1969]

Lord Meher, Original Publication, Bhau Kalchuri, Vol. 7, p. 2374.