Archive for Reviews

The Man Who Knew Infinity

A review by Ghoshen: " is a jolly fine film!"

The Queen of Katwe

A new movie directed by renowned Mira Neir shows a real life family action about a chess prodigy from Uganda’s slums. Kul Bhushan wrote the review.

Psychedelic Love Fest

Komalta reviews Bharti's album 'Psychedelic Love Fest'

Secret of Love – Mystical Songs of Love

Lloyd Barde from Common Ground Magazine reviews Manish Vyas's most recent album.

93 Rolls-Royces – review

Roshani reviews Deva Peter Haykus' book; "Appealing to the Eye and Easily Devoured!"

The Paradox of Play: Real Fun Should be Terrifying

Our lives might be more meaningful if fun embraced facing the world as it really is, full of the mundane and the difficult. Douglas Heaven reviews Ian Bogost's book 'Play Anything' [...]

When Jesus Lived in India

Kaiyum reviews Alan Jacobs' book about what happened during the nineteen years of Jesus' life missing from the Bible.

Sun Within

Chinmaya Dunster reviews Karunesh's latest album.

Temple at Midnight

Sneha reviews Miten’s new album which will be released on 9th September 2016 and is available also on his US and Canada tour.

Mastering Madness

Kaiyum reviews the book by David Hill, aka Anand Chintan.

Shortcuts to Mindfulness

Kaiyum reviews the book by Dhyan Shaida (Catherine Auman) on 100 Ways to Personal and Spiritual Growth.

Chasing the Monsoon

Kaiyum reviews Alexander Frater's book about his modern pilgrimage through India during monsoon.

The Danish Girl

Navyo reviews a film based on a true story directed by Tom Hooper.

When A Real Lion Meets A Real Master

Vandana reviews Sarjano's just recently released book about his life with Osho.

Bodhena’s Adventures in Samsara: A Sannyasin Memoir

"A clear, authentic, and compelling read" - Roshani reviews Bodhena's just now released book.

Love Everyone

Kaiyum reviews Parvati Markus' book on Neem Karoli Baba, aka Maharaj-ji.

When the Ocean Dissolves into the Drop

Kaiyum reviews Avikal's new book.

Round the Bend

Kaiyum reviews Nevil Shute's classic novel, first published in 1951.


Ghoshen talks about the TV series 'Sacred Journeys' and the film 'The Way' - and about pilgrimage in various cultures.

The Great Beauty: A visual feast

Navyo reviews Paolo Sorrentino's film 'La Grande Bellezza'.

The Pune Diaries by Anand Subhuti

Kaiyum reviews Subhuti's latest book.

Rarities – rare and unreleased recordings 1990-2015

Sangit Om reviews Chinmaya Dunster's latest album.

The Tumor

Kaiyum reviews John Grisham's latest book.

Steve McCurry: ‘India’

Kul Bhushan attends Steve McCurry's book launch in New Delhi.

Zorba the Buddha

Nandan reviews the book by Prof. Hugh B. Urban, subtitled ‘Sex, Spirituality and Capitalism in the Global Osho Movement’; published by University of California Press

Healing Ragas III

Chinmaya Dunster reviews Manish Vyas' latest album (released today!)

The Mosque in Morgantown

Prem Geet reviews this brave, no-holds-barred documentary from 2009 that is currently broadcast on PBS in the USA. It is about Islam, feminism and change in a West Virginia Muslim [...]

Mango Dreams

Pankaja reviews John Upchurch’s film about a Sikh and a Muslim on a journey in a rickshaw.

Trump for President: Astrological Predictions

Amazing and timely book about a very complicated and very American personality, says Melodi Lammond-Grundy about one of John Hogue's [Dhyan Arjuna's] latest books.

Gee You Are You

Anand Chetna's review of Krishna Prem's book.

Human Design: Discover the Person You Were Born to Be

Melika reviews Chetan Parkyn's book.

From Art to Zen

Madhuri reviews Nirguna's art book.

Osho’s Unhurried Rustic, Sensitive Childhood

Kul Bhushan reviews the movie 'Rebellious Flower', released on January 15, 2016 in India.

Lone Seeker Many Masters

Two reviews of Anand Arun's recently published book - by Paripurn and by Prem Geet.

of Bone and Breath

Madhuri reviews Priya Huffman's recently published poetry book.

Alex’s Adventures in Numberland

Kaiyum reviews Alex Bellos' book that was a 'Sunday Times' bestseller and shortlisted for the BBC Samuel Johnson Prize.

Anant Jesse’s ‘Mantrica’ (review + tracks)

Read the reviews by Srajan Ebaen and Chris Nickson and listen to all the tracks.

Osho’s Talks on the Bhagavad Gita

Anand Haridas speaks on Osho's talks on the Bhagavad Gita and its ongoing translation into English.


Bhagawati reviews Michael Almereyda's movie (based on a true story) starring Peter Sarsgaard and Winona Ryder.

Click With Your Heart, Not Your Brain

Kul Bhushan reports about India’s most celebrated photographer meeting with young photographers in New Delhi recently.

Tibet’s Secret Temple

Rashid visited the Wellcome Collection's exhibition of 'Body, Mind and Meditation in Tantric Buddhism', currently showing in London, England.

Trailer Park People

Madhuri reviews Drea Knufken and Sundro Lewis's new photo book.

Youth (La Giovinezza)

Navyo reviews Paolo Sorrentino's new film: "A gem!"

Atma Bhakti – Healing Sounds of Prayer

Yoga Teacher Harnal Kaur reviews Manish Vyas's new album.

Bamboozled by ‘Origins’

Kul Bhushan recently confronted ‘origins’ at a British Council exhibition of Indo-UK Images in New Delhi.

Seven Tales from the River

Joshua reviews duo Johannes Schenk und Ishu’s debut album .

The Walk

Ghoshen's review: "Film of the year!"

Acceptance of Reality

... is key to ending the suffering of emotional pain. Excerpted from an article by Margarita Tartakovsky M.S., published at, USA, on May 17, 2015.

Perfect Brilliant Stillness

Nirada reviews David Carse's book - in which he refers to his former illusory sense of identity as 'the david thing'.

The Geometry of the Buddhas

Kul Bhushan opens Dhyan Passika's exhibition showing unusual paintings of Buddha.