Suha’s final visit to The Resort, and her beloved street and little dog
“Ma Yoga Neelam’s book `Being At Home’ sheds light on how police and PMC tried their best to keep the spiritual guru out of the city after he was deported from USA in 1987,” writes Vinita Deshmukh in PuneMirror on Janurary 21, 2023.
New date of hearing in Charity Commissioner office is 14th June 2021. Alongside the objection by Osho Friends Foundation to the sale of the plots which is presently with the Charity Commissioner in Mumbai, Neelam wrote a letter to the Prime Minister of India, Shri Narendra Modi, asking for his support in the matter.
Nadeen describes the events a few weeks ago that forced him to leave the Osho Meditation Resort and India.
Bhagawati writes about the final Osho celebrations in Jabalpur as friends in Oshodham continue their festival, and adds notes about Pune celebrations and memories of Osho in Jabalpur.
Taking a walk down memory lane, Rituparna Roy recalls the cacophony of foreign languages, the fragrance of bread and the laidback vibe of a special café. Published in The Hindu, November 28, 2019.
First in line in Pune Mirror’s list is the Music and Meditation Monsoon Festival at the Osho International Meditation Resort. Published 11 August 2019.
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!”
The event was organised by Swami Anadi, Swami Premgeet and Ma Shradha from Osho friends and foundation. Hindustan Times, January 20, 2019.
‘Dinner with Osho’ was launched on Thursday, January 18, 2019, at a celebration in the Yogi Tree Restaurant, in Koregaon Park, near the Osho Meditation Resort, writes Subhuti.
Punekars, as residents of Pune are called, are considered high-handed across the region – often to the point of rudeness, writes Rathina Sankari. Published by BBC on October 29, 2018.
Those of our readers who are seasoned Pune travellers and have been wondering what happened in the city since they last visited – here’s an update. Manish Mansinh writes in GQ Gentleman’s Club: Pune Sessions. Published on September 27, 2018.
Inspired by the docuseries Wild Wild Country, Anke Richter visits Osho International Resort in Pune and writes about her experiences during a week’s stay. Published in stuff, New Zealand, on June 10, 2018.
Gayan shares moments with Osho…showing robes and dancing in darshan…being a vehicle for Osho’s energy. (Part 2 of 4)
Working full-on as a painter in the Lao Tzu construction crew in Pune 2 to complete the Samadhi, Surendra narrates the circumstances that made him decide to fly to England to be with his dying mother.
The event will be held at Maulana Abdul Kalam Azad Memorial Hall in Koregaon Park, Pune. Published in the Hindustan Times.
In the last part of this interview, Lani talks about her life after Pune 2, and her mother Hanya’s death.
In this first part of an interview with Bhagawati, Maneesha talks about how she came to hear about Osho, the period in Oregon and her move to Europe.
Prartho reviews Madhuri’s poetic memoir: “In these poems … we are invited guests to an improbable and luscious feast in the Garden of the Master.”
The joy of singing and dancing in abundance that stays with us forever! Video of Music Group in Pune, 1979.
In 2007, the late Krishna Prem sent this letter in response to the Osho chapter in ‘God is not Great’ to Hitchens, with copies to OIF and the book’s publisher. The letter was found ‘coincidentally’ by Sarlo on the web.
Pankaja writes about the video she made of an Indian sannyasin who loves, and is very good at Tai Chi.
Shola Carletti, an Italian based in Pune comes to Mumbai to showcase her art. Article by Archana Iyer, published in DNA on 4th January 2016.
Hazrat Babajan (ca. 1806 – September 21, 1931) was a Pathan Muslim saint, considered by her followers to be a sadguru. Born in Balochistan, Afghanistan, she lived the final 25 years of her life in Pune, India. She is most notable as the original master of Meher Baba.
In their decree on September 12, 2014 the Swiss Confederation, Interior Department (EDI) retracted their provisional suspension of June 2, 2014 of the entire board of OIF.