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Author Name: Osho

Rajneesh Chandra Mohan (December 11, 1931 - January 19, 1990), better known during the 1970s as Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh and later as Osho, was the founder and leader of a controversial religious movement in India and the United States
Osho was born at Kuchiwada, a small village in India. His parents, who were Jains chose to send him to be with his maternal grandparents until he was seven years old.
Osho claimed that he was poisoned in jail and January 19th, 1990, four years after the arrest, he died. He was 59. His ashes are placed in a magnificently reconstructed lecture hall, at his last home place, his Ashram in Pune, India.

     Books By Author :: Osho

   
Creativity, Unleashing the Forces Within
 -by Osho

As Osho points out in the foreword to this book, historically, the creative person has been all but forced to rebel against the... Read More

   
Ancient Music in the Pines
 -by Osho

Today, humanity is caught up in the mad complexity of the mind and there is an urgent need to rediscover simplicity and innocen... Read More

   
Walking in Zen, Sitting in Zen
 -by Osho

Commentaries on Zen stories. “The man of Zen walks in Zen and sits in Zen for the simple reason that meditation cannot be... Read More

   
Courage, The Joy of Living Dangerously
 -by Osho

Courage is not the absence of fear, says Osho. It is, rather, the total presence of fear, with the courage to face it. This boo... Read More

   
The Book of Woman
 -by Osho

A woman, according to Osho, is a mystery and trying to understand her is futile. In this book, based on his discourses, Osho ta... Read More



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