Podcasts: Devanshu and Vandana

Podcasts: Devanshu and Vandana

Swaram's interviews: on ancient Tibetan and Taoist practices and on alcoholism and how to deal with it.

Podcasts: Lani, Miten and Nirvano

Podcasts: Lani, Miten and Nirvano

Swaram's interviews with: Osho's world ambassador, Lani, musician Miten and Nirvano, the German translator of Osho's books.

Millions of Hindu devotees walking across India

Millions of Hindu devotees walking across India

Every year, northern India is flooded with men and women in saffron clothes walking through the streets carrying pots suspended on a stick, reports the BBC on August 9, 2018.

Nobody can compete with Shiva

Nobody can compete with Shiva

Osho explains a story from Hindu mythology about Shiva drinking poison.

Osho: The Buddha for the Future

Osho: The Buddha for the Future

In this video Maneesha describes how her book - now available as e-book - came to be written. She also explains how different the perceptions of her book are from those of the Netflix docuseries ‘Wild, Wild Country,’ which covered many of the same events.

Sattva Temple

Sattva Temple

A short presentation of the recently released new album by Chaitanya Hari (Georg Deuter). With this album, Deuter enters a new realm of circular, wave sounds. These sounds are beautifully brought to life to send the listener into a deep place of healing and trance.

The last tree standing

The last tree standing

Osho relates a story by Lao Tzu where he says, “If you want to survive in this world be like this tree – absolutely useless."

A man standing on the Suicide Point meets a Sufi mystic

A man standing on the Suicide Point meets a Sufi mystic

Osho speaks about gratefulness for all that existence is giving: "The mystic said, '... I have been trying to wake you up. Existence has given you such precious things and rather than being grateful, you are behaving in such an ugly way."

Where’s the gap?

Where’s the gap?

Millions of commuters descend on India's railway in Mumbai every day. A special feature of carriages solely dedicated to women, helps avoid male groping, which is still widespread everywhere. Here's a peak what happens at a random platform during rush hour. Published by the Daily Mail on July 28, 2018.

Leaving India and the best shave in the world

Leaving India and the best shave in the world

Justin Rowlatt, frequently also featured on Osho News, looks back on his three years on assignment reporting for the BBC from South Asia and, in particular, India. Published on June 16, 2018.

In Osho’s sewing room

In Osho’s sewing room

With Gayan we move from Pune to Osho's stopover at Chidvilas - nicknamed ‘The Castle’ - in New Jersey where she starts sewing the robes for him, and then on to Rajneeshpuram.

Living in a supercharger

Living in a supercharger

Niranjano’s stenographic notes and wonderful photos depicting 15 years of commune life in Germany.

Longing for the Impossible: Autobiography of a Rebel Yogi

Longing for the Impossible: Autobiography of a Rebel Yogi

Srajan reviews the late Siddartha's recently published book.

Launch of Siddartha’s book

Launch of Siddartha’s book

Siddartha Kaufman's book 'Longing for the Impossible: Autobiography of a Rebel Yogi' will be launched tomorrow, Sunday 12th August 2018 in Amsterdam.

Monsoon in Delhi

Monsoon in Delhi

Just in time for the heatwave in Europe and elsewhere, a refreshing view: video taken recently at Osho Dham in New Delhi.

How to hide your house from Google street maps [Infographic]

How to hide your house from Google street maps [Infographic]

Although street maps by satellite can be a very helpful thing, nobody wants their open entrance or garage visible to those who might plan an unannounced visit with questionable intent. Here's how you can prevent such elements from intruding, shown with ten easy tips.

The God That You Are: The fully realized man

The God That You Are: The fully realized man

John Howard, widely-read Australian reviewed Prem Vandan's (Martin Guinness) new, second book.

Shame, guilt or regret are common for most

Shame, guilt or regret are common for most

Excerpt from Prem Vandan's new book, The God That You Are: "A god ... is empathetic and sympathetic. He has a moral sense of right and wrong and he is concerned with human welfare. These are all positive aspects. Shame, guilt and regret are not."

Laughter is far more sacred than prayer

Laughter is far more sacred than prayer

Down the centuries religion has been a very serious affair for most of the believers. Being pious or holy became synonymous with seriousness, writes Keerti. Published in Business World, India.

Nothing is a serious affair

Nothing is a serious affair

"Anandi means blissful, cheerful, with laughter in the heart," says Osho to a new disciple.

Obsessed with Painting

Obsessed with Painting

Sunita showcases her oil paintings she made these last three years in her adopted country, Bali.

Portraits of Osho

Portraits of Osho

We publish Arhat's artwork in our Gallery on the occasion of his departure on 9th April 2018.

The death of Anthony Bourdain and the choice between mundane or spiritual suicide

The death of Anthony Bourdain and the choice between mundane or spiritual suicide

Arjuna (John Hogue) writes about mundane and spiritual suicide on the occasion of Anthony Bourdain's demise. Excerpted from Part 1 of his essay published on HogueProphecy.com on July 27, 2018.

Slowly slowly meditation is bound to win over

Slowly slowly meditation is bound to win over

Osho says there is no need to be mad and suggests, "why not meditate?"

Reflecting on Rajneeshpuram Commune Life

Reflecting on Rajneeshpuram Commune Life

In the wake of the Netflix docuseries Wild Wild Country, Shantam Lani, Osho's World Ambassador and former Rajneeshpuram resident speaks to Tracy Alexander on Israel's 'i 24NEWS'. Published on May 28, 2018.

Sheela Birnstiel on the documentary series Wild Wild Country

Sheela Birnstiel on the documentary series Wild Wild Country

The BBC's Ishleen Kaur went to Switzerland to meet WWC's central character, Sheela. Published on July 20, 2018.

Wild Wild Rajneeshpuram, a collective responsibility

Wild Wild Rajneeshpuram, a collective responsibility

In this essay, Marc explores responsibility and groupthink in the wake of the events in Rajneeshpuram, shown in the docuseries Wild Wild Country.

Huffing and puffing after happiness

Huffing and puffing after happiness

Kul Bhushan looks at the elusive search for happiness.

There are no outside causes of happiness

There are no outside causes of happiness

Osho speaks on 'Happiness'

“I love you,” means danger

“I love you,” means danger

Osho talks on the topic of 'Love': "You cannot accept the idea that you are worth loving, that anybody can love you."

Experiences of an Osho disciple: ‘On The Edge’

Experiences of an Osho disciple: ‘On The Edge’

Chaitanya Keerti and Kul Bhushan report on the launch of Punya’s book, held during the Guru Purnima Celebration at Osho Dham in Delhi.

Master’s Day in Rajneeshpuram

Master’s Day in Rajneeshpuram

Punya recalls the events around one of the Master's Day celebrations in Rajneeshpuram. Excerpted from her book, 'On the Edge'.

A prayer

A prayer

On their wedding night, young bride Erin and her husband Simon finally retire to their hotel room.

Ketchup woes

Ketchup woes

Mom and her little daughter Maxine are in the kitchen, preparing lunch.

Anandi

Anandi

...left her body on 12th July 2018.

Avinash

Avinash

(21 April 1961 - 23 July 2018)