Eruch Jessawala

Eruch Jessawala

Eruch Byramshaw Jessawala (October 13, 1916 - August 31, 2001), born in Bombay, India, was a close disciple of the silent Indian master Meher Baba, and one of his mandali. Jessawala was also the primary interpreter of Meher Baba's alphabet board, and later his unique sign language.

Read more about Eruch JessawalaEarly Life, Meeting Meher Baba, Work As Translator of Baba's Silent Gestures, Death and Legacy, Books

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Eruch Jessawala - Books
1985 Determined to Be His, Eruch Jessawala, Meher Nazar Books, Ahmednagar, M.S. 1987 Tales from the New Life with Meher Baba, Narrated by Eruch, Mehera, Mani and Meheru, Published by Meher Baba Information, 1976 ...
God Speaks - History of The Writing
... Meher Baba began dictating God Speaks to Eruch Jessawala by way of alphabet board in Dehradun, India on August 1953 ... Points were dictated to Jessawala every day, who would jot them down and write them out at night ... The next day Eruch would read to Baba what he had written ...
Eruch Jessawala - Meeting Meher Baba
... According to Jessawala the first time he remembered meeting Meher Baba was in 1925 at the age of nine on a trip with his family to Ahmednagar ... Twelve years later, while Jessawala was preparing to study engineering, Meher Baba called him to Panchgani and asked him, "Will you leave everything and ... In 1945, due to family pressures, Eruch Jessawala was married to Khorshed Damania but according to Meher Baba's orders, soon after the wedding, he joined Baba permanently and never lived ...