Suha met Nabil Ghandi at Osho Tapoban in Nepal and introduced us to him. We asked a few questions about his passion – and profession: photography.
Subhuti’s journey from journalist to ghost-writer, memoir-writer, novelist and finally to published author with ‘Wild Wild Guru’.
Dhyanraj’s personal story of how he came to purchase marble slabs from Osho’s bedroom and bathroom, from which – almost thirty years later – he is making pendants and wands.
How musician and web designer Jamie St Clair came to run a cafe-cum-art-gallery in Northern Germany. “I love that my place also exhibits art; it attracts creative people for coffee and cake, people who also love to share their own experiences with art, but also with music.”
San-bao’s journey on video about discovering the mystery and joy of preparing and drinking Oolong tea.
Shaida talks to Punya about her new business that organises events and meditation retreats in Tulum, Mexico, and further afield.
The story of how Suchita started her new business that creates DVDs for celebrations, birthdays, funerals, websites, Facebook.
Fascinated by the concept of Osho communes that were established over the last three decades, Antar Marc was astonished to find that the public knows very little about their success.
Vote for Avani to win an award for a grant to further the new pine needle gasification project – article by Chinmaya Dunster.
Veet Karen writes about her passion for vegetarian food, how she became a vegetarian caterer and author of a vegetarian cook book
Ojas sells and ships worldwide all sorts of percussion instruments, some even decorated by himself. A treasure trove!