Swaram interviews Ageh Bharti: with anecdotes of the early days, when he was invited to Rajneeshpuram and Osho’s impact in the world.
Ageh Bharti reports from the recent Osho Festival in Jabalpur; included are enjoyable videos with catchy music to view.
Ageh Bharti’s impressions gathered during his visit to the institute last year: “Swami Alok (K. K. Tyagi) has silently done such amazing work that it was a great joy for me to observe the many activities.”
Ageh Bharti visits Ma Kusum Bharti at the Osho Prem Bindu meditation center – and also remembers Osho’s early travels in the Punjab and a small event involving Kusum and Osho in Kulu Manali.
Ageh Bharti travelled from Jabalpur to Rajgir in South Bihar, where an Osho Meditation Camp was held from January 6th to 9th, 2019.
Last December, Ageh Bharti visited various schools in northern India on World Meditation Day, i.e. on Osho’s Birthday.
Ageh Bharti recalls the time when he was suspended from work as a Locomotive Pilot with Indian Railways, facing charges for causing a derailment.
During the Mt. Abu meditation camp in September 1971, Ageh Bharti asked Osho about his health since he had moved to Mumbai.
Ageh Bharti recalls an experience he told Osho about, to which Osho responded, “It is the highest stage of mind that has happened to you.”
Kalyan Mitra Ageh Bharti* writes about the first public meeting to propose One Global Government, which was held in Mumbai on February 11, 2018.
Ageh Bharti recalls the preparations for Osho’s move from Jabalpur to Mumbai, during which Osho spoke about promises.
Ageh Bharti remembers Osho giving several public talks and private interviews, among them a meeting with acclaimed poet Bachchan who also made a prophecy about Osho’s destiny.
Ageh Bharti remembers a public talk Osho gave at a meeting of all religions in Jabalpur in the late sixties.
Anything related to Osho is always special, writes Ageh Bharti. However, today I would like to share a very special incidence that happened with Osho. It was narrated by Professor Arvind Kumar, the then Secretary to Osho, at Jabalpur.
Because of recent allegations and comments that have been made publicly, Ageh Bharti wrote a letter to shed light on the circumstances of Osho’s death.
Ageh Bharti recalls meeting Advocate Heera Singh Chauhan in the late sixties, who tells him about meeting Osho who visited Jabalpur prison while he was incarcerated.
“I like to send my salute to Swami Gyan Anugrah who is now, through this unexpected article, a no-longer unknown messenger of Osho,” writes Ageh Bharti.
Ageh Bharti asks a personal question while waiting for Osho’s train to arrive – an Aha moment ensued.
Ageh Bharti, widely sought-after speaker at colleges and universities in India, continues his travels despite his advanced age. Most recently he visited the Nursing College in Rae Bareli, Uttar Pradesh.
Ageh Bharti continues his speaking tours throughout India, addressing the youth. Here a report from New Delhi.
Ageh Bharti, an octogenarian, tirelessly travels around India to host Osho events. He reports from the latest occasion in Assam.
A seminar on Osho, arranged by Swami Ageh Bharti, was held at the prestigious Shahid Smarak Bhavan in Jabalpur, India, on May 1, 2016.
Ageh Bharti remembers certain incidents while working on the publication for one of the early Osho magazines.
Excerpts from Ageh Bharti’s recollections about the meditation camp held by Osho from December 9 – 12, 1969 at Junagarh, Gujarat.
Ageh Bharti recollects a day in his life with Osho when he allowed students to take photographs of him.
Ageh Bharti remembers Osho explaining the nature of the work to volunteers at the meditation camp in Nargol, Gujarat, in 1968.