A meeting was called during the afternoon of April 15th, (1924) to suggest a name for Meher Baba’s newly built room. He suggested the name Jhopdi (simply meaning, the Hut), which all seemed to like; and so this one-room hut built for the Lord was accordingly christened. It was also referred to as Agra Kuti – the First Hut.

Another proposal was to name the three animals that were to be brought to Meherabad. Mehera’s mother, Daulat, had presented Baba with a white horse; this was the same horse which had belonged to Mehera when she was living in Poona. A white dog and a white bullock had also been procured. During the discussion, it was decided that the horse would be called “Sufi,” the bullock “Saint,” and the dog “Sadhu.”

 Lord Meher, 1st. ed., Bhau Kalchuri, Vol. 2, pp. 607 – 608.