MEANWHILE, Baba had written to Kumar in Dehra Dun to bring the mast Nilkanth from Rishikesh back to Meherazad, but only if and when the mast showed complete willingness to do so. Kumar, who was longing to return to Baba, could only do so if the mast agreed to come and, therefore, he had to exercise great patience. At last, Nilkanth was not only willing but anxious to come. Baba sent a telegram to Kumar to bring him at once. They arrived on November 25th, and Baba soon began working with the mast. Aware that at any moment during the ten days Nilkanth stayed, he might have the sudden urge to want to leave, Baba crammed in more hours than usual, working with him daily for at least an hour in seclusion. After Baba’s work was complete, Nilkanth was sent back to Rishikesh with Kumar on December 5th. (1961). This was his last meeting with Baba, since after this the mast passed away. Nilkanth had beseeched Baba to free him from the burden of his body and his wish was fulfilled.
Meher Baba’s mast work came to an end and he did not contact any other God-intoxicated soul for the remainder of his life on Earth.
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