Reviewed by Chinmaya Dunster.
Chinmaya Dunster, just back from Dorset, is already looking forward to the Osho Summer Festival 25-29 August.
In this short podcast recorded by Chinmaya, Smita remembers personal interactions between her and Osho in the mid-seventies.
‘Mela’ is new project from Chinmaya Dunster and producer/DJ Ben Fordham, who met last year at the Devon Steiner school where they have a child in the same class.
Manish Vyas reviews Chinmaya’s recently released album, subtitled ‘Music to inspire presence in the here and now’; “This album beautifully introduces the listener to the unique sound that only the hypnotic nature of Eastern music can offer.”
A review by Chinmaya on Yousuf Tilly’s book, subtitled ’30 Days in the Osho Ashram, Discovering the Soul of a Spiritual Enterprise’.
From Chinmaya’s diary entries (1989) about playing for Osho in Pune. (Part 1 of 2). “Like any tribe, ours shares gossip and news quickly it seems, because out of the blue I find myself invited to take part in all sorts of musical events!”
Chinmaya Dunster shares a song he wrote recently – lyrics are a free translation of Bulleh Shah’s poem, ‘Bulleh ki jaana main kaun?’
Chinmaya remembers the bombing of the German Bakery in Pune, India, a popular meeting point of sannyasins, and his Jhuni Benefit Concert that happened at the same time.
On the occasion of the release of its digital version, Chinmaya remembers his musician friends and the events that led to the creation of this album.
An ancient call – a cinematic journey directed by Damini (Akanksha Joshi), produced by the Ministry of External Affairs, Indian Diplomacy; music by Prem Chinmaya (Dunster).
Vote for Avani to win an award for a grant to further the new pine needle gasification project – article by Chinmaya Dunster.
A fable that came to Chinmaya in 1991 during the Mystic Rose silent sitting in the Lao Tsu walkway at the Meditation Resort in Pune
Chinmaya’s multimedia awareness-raising concerts in New Delhi in occasion of the Commonwealth Games 2010