Following the death of his paternal grandmother, Osho is sent to live with his maternal grandparents.
When Osho is seven years old, his maternal grandfather dies with his head in Osho?s lap as they travel in the back of a bullock cart on the long journey to reach the nearest doctor.
At the age of fourteen, he undertakes a seven-day experiment, waiting for death, provoked by an unusual prediction by an astrologer, as quoted by Osho: "If this child survives after seven years, only then will I make the chart. Osho is appointed Professor of Philosophy at the University of Jabalpur, where he teaches until 1966, using often controversial methods that also make him highly popular. A powerful and passionate debater, He also travels frequently and widely across India, speaking to large audiences as Acharya Rajneesh, and challenging orthodox religious leaders in public debates.
In 1962 Osho opens his first Meditation Centres known as Jivan Jagruti Kendras (Life Awakening Centres), and names his movement Jivan Jagruti Andolan (Life Awakening Movement).
After nine years of teaching, He quits the university to devote Himself entirely to the raising of human consciousness. The discourses and talks delivered by Osho in Hindi start becoming available in English translations, further widening his impact and spreading his word abroad. September 1969: At Pahalgam in Kashmir, followers of Maharishi Mahesh Yogi invite Osho to talk to them. 14th April 1970: Osho introduces to the seekers His revolutionary meditation technique, Dynamic Meditation. 26th September to 5th October: Osho holds a meditation camp in Manali, Himachal Pradesh, among the Himalayan mountains.
21 March 1974: Osho celebrates his Enlightenment Day with friends in Mumbai in the morning, and then that afternoon in Poona, where his secretary, Ma Yog Laxmi buys for him #33 Koregaon Park.
1974-1981: In the evenings, Osho answers individual questions on personal matters such as love, jealousy, meditation. The Poona Ashram of Osho offers a wide variety of therapy groups which combine Eastern meditation techniques with Western psychotherapy. In March 1981, after giving daily discourses for nearly 15 years, Osho begins a three-year period of self-imposed public silence. Osho gains further notoriety in the world with his growing collection of 93 Rolls Royce cars: The largest owner of these in the world at that time. July 1985: Osho ends his silence in October 1984, and by July 1985, resumes his public discourses each morning, to thousands of seekers gathered in Rajneesh Mandir, a two-acre meditation hall at Rajneeshpuram.
September 14: Osho’s personal secretary Ma Anand Sheela and several members of the commune’s management suddenly leave, and a whole pattern of illegal acts they have committed - including poisoning, arson, wiretapping, and attempted murder - are exposed. October 28: Without warrants, federal and local officials arrest at gun point Osho and his caretakers in Charlotte, North Carolina, on charges of immigration fraud. November: Subsequent events indicate that it is probable that Osho is poisoned with the heavy metal thallium while in Oklahoma County Jail and the El Reno Federal Penitentiary. November 1985, Manali: On being deported from USA, Osho arrives in India where he heads straight to Manali in Himachal Pradesh. January-February: He travels to Kathmandu, Nepal and speaks twice daily for the next two months. February-March: On his world tour in his private jet, Osho's next stop is Greece, where He is granted a 30-day tourist visa. March 2006: After being deported from Greece, Osho visits or asks permission to visit 17 countries in Europe and the Americas. June-July: After being forced to leave Uruguay, Osho is deported from Jamaica and compelled to leave Portugal.
January 1987: Osho returns to the ashram in Pune, India, which is initially renamed Rajneeshdham. July 1988: Osho begins, for the first time in 14 years, to personally lead the meditation at the end of each evening’s discourse.
March-June 1989: Osho is resting to recover from the effects of the poisoning, which by now are strongly influencing His health.
July 1989: His health is getting better and He makes two appearances for silent darshans during the Guru Purnima Festival, now renamed Osho Full Moon Celebration.
August 1989: Osho begins to make daily appearances in Gautama the Buddha Auditorium for evening darshan. September 1989: Osho drops the name "Rajneesh," signifying His complete discontinuity from the past. An editor, author, publisher and a media consultant by profession since 1967, Swami Anand Kul Bhushan was initiated into sannyas in 1974. Swami Chaitanya Keerti was initiated into Osho's Neo sannyas movement in 1971 and ever since has been dedicatedly associated with the world of meditation. Swami Chaitanya Keerti regularly contributes articles on meditation and other subjects to several newspapers and magazines. Swami Vedant's publications include books and a wide range of articles published in journals, magazines, and newspapers in India, USA, and Australia. Swami Vairagya Amrit was initiated into Osho’s neo-sannyas in 1971 when Osho visited Gadarwara and He was initiating people into sannyas at His home. Swami Vairagya Amrit was born in Gadarwara, where Osho spent most of his childhood and was selected by Osho to join in Kirtan Mandali. Swami Vairagya Amrit has been facilitating Osho Meditation Camps in Oshodham and other places in India for more than a decade. Initiated by Osho into Sannyas in 1978, Swami Avinash Bharti, has an intimate heart to heart connection with his master.
He has been leading Osho Meditation Camps, No Mind Meditation Group at Oshodham and other places in India regularly. Swami Ravindra Bharti has worked as a pharmaceutical marketing professional and was initiated into sannyas in 1975.
Swami Ravindra has a deep intimate connection with Osho which made him retire from his pharmaceutical business and devote his entire time to Osho’s work and facilitating meditations. Ma Prem Devyani, Masters in Computer Applications and a software engineer by profession, was drawn to Osho during her university days. While working in the US, she had been regularly practicing Osho’s meditation techniques and after returning to India she fully devoted her time to activities related to the work of Osho. After working in the US for some years, he was pulled back to India to be closer to his guru Swami Om Prakash Saraswati Ji at Osho Rajyoga Meditation Centre. Ma Bodhi Shashi was initiated into Osho’s Neo-Sannyas by Sambudhha Swami Om Prakash Saraswatiji in 1979.
In the formative years of the establishment of Osho Rajyoga Meditation Centre and Oshodham, she devotedly assisted Swami Om Prakash Saraswatiji in his endeavor, with the blessings of our beloved master Osho and meditated regularly at the centre.
Presently she facilitates Osho Meditation Camps and meditation group, Mystic Rose, at Oshodham. Ma Yog Neelam met Osho for the first time in 1969 during Osho’s visit to Ludhiana after which her inner journey and love affair with Osho and his work blossomed.
She came with Osho back to India in Nov 1985 and was then appointed by Him as his personal secretary for India and when Osho came back to His commune in Pune, Ma Neelam continued to work as His secretary, taking care of His work in India. From 1996-1999, each year she went to eight different countries of Europe to lead meditation events until she left the commune in 1999. Ma Yoga Shukla was born in Amritsar and came in contact with Osho during her days as a lecturer. After a long and arduous search for authentic spirituality in various religious traditions available in India, Swami Dhyan Pulak finally came to Osho and became a sannyasin in 1989.
An athlete at heart who loves to play badminton and table tennis, Swami Prem Vartan was swept away by the love and grace of the master when attended his first Osho meditation camp in 1990.
Swami Vartan traveled to Dehradun and spent four years meditating in Osho Om Bodhisattva commune, Dehradun and at the Osho valley in Hathiyari before he started to facilitate meditation camps all over the country since 2000. Professionally, Swami Vartan has done advanced study in Naturopathy and Yoga science from Punjab University, Chandigarh and has also completed Original point therapy from Taiwan. Ever since he had been meditating and spreading the fragrance of meditation in his neighbourhood.

Swami Naman’s love affair of Beloved Master OSHO started in 1993 and thus began his inner journey to self-discovery. For the last couple of years he has started to share what he gained from the Master by facilitating Osho Meditation Camps & Groups in India.
After finishing the rebalancing training she followed masterclasses in bodywork with number of great teachers including Devakirti Iedema, Nishant Mathews, Robert Schleip, Satyarthi Peloquin, Prem Anubuddha and Anasha.
She feels that working with the body, taking care of the body and releasing tension in the body, all help to increase awareness as if you are preparing your body to become an empty vessel. Her goal is to welcome and support healing, transformation and spiritual awakening with her work. Fourteen years after godman Rajneesh aka Osho's death, a Nepalese disciple who spread the movement in this Himalayan kingdom plans to focus on India, the goal being an Osho centre in each village. Kathmandu, Jan 6 (IANS) -- Osho Tapoban in this city is a popular destination for disciples of Osho, who hit world headlines with tales of his lavish lifestyle and free sex in communes.
Swamy Anand Arun, a 59-year-old civil engineer from the Terai plains who became the first follower of Osho (1931-1990) in Nepal and then his "ambassador" entrusted with establishing the movement in the Himalayan kingdom, says it was no easy task. An undergraduate studying in Patna University in Bihar, he heard 'Oshospeak' at a public library and was mesmerised.
The smitten student wrote to the godman and was invited to attend a five-day camp in Dwarka, Gujarat, which he says changed his entire life. After getting his degree and a job with the government, Arun turned his attention to spreading the gospel of his master in Nepal.
Initially, the media reports about Osho's opulent lifestyle, the free sex in his ashrams headquartered at Pune and some of his disciples' criminal activities in the US created a negative impression about the movement in Nepal.
Indo-Asian News Service (IANS), formerly India Abroad News Service, was conceived in 1986 to enhance the flow of news and information between India and North America. With over 15 years experience in teaching people how to move their bodies and become more aware through the mind-body connection, Satyama is a multi-certified instructor in Integrative Yoga Therapy, Hatha, Vinyasa and Yin yoga. Satyama facilitates non-judgmental human experiences in tantra, yoga and meditation out of her intention to share her interest in learning and growing through each other in relationship to the body. Satyama is the owner of a conscious events company called Open to Bliss Productions and is a certified Thai, Swedish, Cranial, Chi Nei Tsang and intuitive massage practitioner available for bodywork sessions.
She lives her life intentionally and her achievements and undertakings are evidence of her seemingly endless will and determination.
She also knows the right time to explain a bit more or when to let her students go with the flow. It seems impossible that he can survive for more than seven years, so if the child is going to die it is useless to make the chart; it will be of no use. Osho begins to regularly address massive gatherings of 20,000 to 50,000 people, in the open-air grounds of India’s major cities. He personally conducts the meditation amongst his earlier disciples, at various city gardens, beaches, and mountain-retreats across India. On 26th September he initiates his first group of disciples into neo-sannyas, pictured here. Soon a bustling Ashram that attracts people from all over the world grows around him, with over 100,000 people crossing its gate each year. His discourses offer insights into all the major spiritual paths, including Yoga, Zen, Taoism, Tantra and Sufism. Therapists from all over the world are attracted and the international community gains a reputation as ‘the world’s finest growth and therapy center.’ Meanwhile, provoked by Osho's controversial statements and methods, a Hindu fundamentalist hurls a knife at Osho during his discourse, but misses. In view of the possible need for emergency surgery for a degenerative back condition, and on the recommendation of His personal doctors, He travels to the U.S. These cars are gifts to him by his disciples who eventually want him to have 365, one for every day of the year. En route, Osho is held incommunicado and forced to register under the pseudonym, David Washington, in the Oklahoma County jail.
Fearing for His life and the well-being of sannyasins in volatile Oregon, attorneys agree to an Alford Plea on two out of 35 of the original charges against Him. In February, the Nepalese government refuses visas for His international disciples and closest attendants. But after only 18 days, on March 5, Greek police forcibly break into the house where He is staying, arrest Him at gun point, and deport him. All of these countries either refuse to grant Him a visitor’s visa or revoke His visa upon His arrival, and force Him to leave.
On May 14th the government has scheduled a press conference to announce that Osho will be granted permanent residence. Later His disciples ask to call Him ‘Osho’ and He accepts to be addressed as Osho Rajneesh.
On April 10, 1989, He stops giving His public discourses, concluding with His last discourse on Zen. He inaugurates a special group of white-robed sannyasins called the "Osho White Robe Brotherhood." All sannyasins and non-sannyasins attending the evening darshans are asked to wear white robes. When His doctor inquires whether they should prepare for cardiac resuscitation, Osho says, "No, just let me go. Before returning to India, he directed an Osho Meditation Centre in Nairobi from 1974 to 1994. She now lives in Delhi at the Osho Rajyoga Meditation Center or Oshodham and leads meditation camps all over the country and abroad. He has been the spokesperson for Osho Commune International and also the founding editor of Osho Times International being published from Pune since 1975. He travels extensively to conduct meditation camps in different parts of the country and abroad.
He led Kirtan groups before getting totally involved in the practical work happening in Osho Commune International.
He has been associated with Osho Rajyoga Meditation Centre for over 18 years and has been practicing meditation techniques of Osho. He has been associated with Osho Rajyoga Meditation Centre since its inception and has been guiding new seekers coming to Osho World galleria. He has also been leading the essential meditation groups like Mystic Rose, No- Mind and Born Again at Oshodham. For 15 days and night, she kept reading Osho, while her friends and family thought that she had gone crazy, before she found her master Osho and was initiated into sannyas. She has been facilitating meditation camps for children, youth and adults at Oshodham as well as being part of the management group of Oshodham. He used to travel long distance to meditate under the guidance of Swami Om Prakash Saraswati Ji at Osho Rajyoga Meditation Centre and Oshodham. At that time she went through intense experiences with several of the meditation techniques given by Osho.
Since then she has been conducting meditation camps all over the country and lovingly sharing her insights gained from being with Osho. She first heard about Him in 1969 in her college and without losing a single day she invited Him to her college (modern college). In 2003, he quit his career as Professor in biotechnology, deciding to work for Osho full time. During this camp itself his love for the master culminated in the eternal love affair as a disciple with his initiation into neo sannyas. When one of his friends introduced him to Osho magazine, he was overwhelmed by the words of the master as each word touched his heart and he knew he has found his master. Today there are 40 centres all over Nepal with 10 of them in the capital itself, including the Osho Tapoban, the biggest, built over a sprawling 12 acre plot and running on a monthly budget of Rs.300,000.
He taught people to be natural, not to do anything that goes against nature, to lead a happy life.

She is a disciple of Osho Rajneesh having lived and worked in the Osho International Centre for Meditation in India in 2009.
There, I got to know her as a yogini, a very talented master yoga instructor, healer, artist and friend. When I reflect on my time as Satayama’s student, I will always remember how she balances the serious side of yogic practice with her hysterical and feverish laughter at “the great cosmic joke” of human life.
She will open up her life to you, so you can share in her journey with her - you are never treated as an outsider. She has a host of different skills and manages to balance them to suit the needs of all her students. She?s able to sense the current mood of her students and creates spontaneously a matching class.
This by his own accounts, is a major influence in his development and his nature to boldly question and challenge everything for the sake of truth. Osho gives regular evening discourses to about 50 people, including his first set of western seekers.
Osho also gives Sannyas at these meetings, and also holds 'Energy Darshan' sessions (energy transmission to the disciples). This same year, His American disciples purchase a 64,000-acre ranch in Oregon and invite Him to visit. The city of Rajneeshpuram is incorporated and eventually provides services to 5,000 residents.
Until November 1984 he does not speak publicly, only driving by slowly in his Rolls Royce as disciples stand by on the road. The authorities, however, see the investigation as a golden opportunity to destroy the commune entirely.
According to the rules of the plea, the defendant maintains innocence while saying that the prosecution could have convicted him. Greek media reports indicate government and church pressure provoke the police intervention.
Uruguay’s President Sanguinetti later admits that he received a telephone call from Washington, D.C. Thousands of seekers from around the world come together again to be in the presence of Osho, and a new commune grows around him.
Osho explains that His name is derived from William James’ word ‘oceanic’ which means dissolving into the ocean. He is presently the spokesperson of Osho World Foundation and the editor of Osho World monthly hindi magazine published from New Delhi. An entrepreneur of diamond tools by profession, Swami Avinash Bharti has been leading a balanced life of work and meditation. Swami Ravindra personifies Osho’s teaching of being in the world and yet not of the world.
Balancing her energy in the outer and inner world, she continues her journey in the path of meditation. There he experimented with several of the Osho meditation techniques and gained invaluable insight into them. She also holds a similar degree in astrology, which she later gave up to devote more energy to meditation.
He also found that these meditation techniques are valuable for treating many human ailments and for better health.
She holds a bachelor degree in Arts and has been deeply involved in activities of Osho meditation centre with her husband Swami Shiv Bharti since 1980. Osho books and the master’s voice became his life before his initiation to sannyas on 29 February, 2004, at Oshodham, New Delhi. An entrepreneur by profession, he facilitates meditation camps at Oshodham regularly while he himself continues to travel the path of life in love, silence and gratitude. A Web Developer by profession, he loves to travel and photograph the various moments of life.
She has trained in the discipline of tantra since 2003, studying under such teachers as Margot Anand, Mantak Chia, Swami Vivekananda of Agama Yoga. The various techniques, styles and healing methods that she works with supports individuals in their processes and spiritual evolution. On all these levels, I’ve found Satyama to be a person who is self-reflective, but not self-absorbed, open-minded, yet single-pointed and non-judgemental, yet prepared to tell you what you need to hear.
Her technical yoga knowledge and ability to communicate it clearly in both a yoga class and a classroom theory setting are outstanding. We've enjoyed different teaching techniques and activities and all with a big smile on her face! By the 1970s he is Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh, and finally he is known as Osho by 1989 onwards. A Media Consultant for UNIDO - United Nations Industrial Development Organisation - in Vienna from 1997 to 1999 and in New Delhi from 2000 onwards, he has authored 24 books on various subjects.
She has been leading the essential meditation groups Mystic Rose, No- Mind and Born Again at Oshodham. While continuing his profession and taking care of his family, he has continued on his path as a seeker. He now facilitates different Osho meditation techniques for children, youth and adults at Oshodham. He enjoys sharing Osho's vision and is leading Osho meditation camps and therapy groups for the last few years. In October 1973, she had the privilege to attend a meditation camp and subsequently had a few meetings with Him in Osho commune, Pune. Presently, he is closely associated with Oshoom Bodhisattva commune, Dehradun, Osho Leela Ashram, Gadarwara and Osho Moulshree Commune, near Bhopal. While working as a mechanical engineer in the Government of Uttar Pradesh and living with his family, he lived a beautiful balanced life of the outer and the inner.
Eventually she followed a three-year training to rebalancer© and finished it up with a basic medical course. He is told that if Osho is allowed to stay, the six billion dollar debt Uruguay owes to the U.S. His body is brought to Gautama the Buddha Auditorium for a celebration, and is then carried to the burning ghats for cremation. He is involved in the work of the Osho World Foundation in New Delhi, edited Osho World News since 2003 and conducts Sufi Meditation Camps at Oshodham.
University of Baroda, India Vedant has given numerous talks, participated in seminars and conferences and has presented workshops in India, Canada, and the United States of America. From 1981 he started leading meditation camps in the Doon valley and Western Uttar Pradesh. She is simply lovely to be around, and you will learn so much from her life experience, her yoga experience, and her spirit.
After his retirement from service in 2007, he settled in Haridwar and started to devote full time to Osho’s work.
He is regularly leading meditation camps and groups such as “No Mind”, “Born Again”, “Vipassana” and “Art of Relaxing Bodymind” at Oshodham, New Delhi, Osho Om Bodhisatva Commune, Dehradun and Ganga Dham, Rishikesh. She regularly conducts and organises meditation camps in and around Chandigarh, Punjab, Himachal Pradesh, Rajasthan and at Oshodham, New Delhi.

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