Meher Baba carried on an extensive exchange of letters, postcards, cables and notes with many of his followers from throughout India and all around the world. In the earliest days he wrote these in his own expressive handwriting. Later, after he mainly stopped writing, he would dictate them to close disciples as well as giving points for letters, etc. to be written on his behalf.
In 2002 the Trust Archives began sharing selected letters between Baba and his close ones on Tavern Talk, the electronic newsletter of the Trust. These letters were sent out on a weekly basis under a special section of called Heart Talk. The full digital series is now available here.
|• Browse Collections|
|• Written Materials|
|• Digital Documents|
|•Published Printed Materials|