On June 16th, (1927) this simple prayer of seven names of God, representing the world’s religions, was composed by Baba for the ashram boys to recite every day:
“Hari, Paramatma, Allah, Ahuramazda, God, Yezdan, Hu.”
In the morning, one boy would first recite the names of God alone, and then all the boys would join in together, chanting the prayer for fifteen minutes or half an hour. The prayer would be recited for five minutes before and after classes, all the boys standing with folded hands and facing the sun.
Lord Meher, American ed., Bhau Kalchuri, Vol. 3, p. 948.