To be Whole, is to be Holy

September 08th, 1979 is the day when Osho’s father, Swami Devateerth Bharti lovingly called Dadda ji, left his body. Osho guided us to Celebrate 8th September every year as the “Mahaparinirvana Day”, a day dedicated…

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Teaching: A Power Trip

September 5th is the birthday of Dr. S. Radhakrishnan; a distinguished scholar, teacher and independent India’s second President. In his honour and at his behest, this day is celebrated as Teachers’ Day in India. He…

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A Man of Love and Meditation

Birthday of Vilayat Ali Khan 28th August is the birthday of Indian classical sitar player – Ustad Vilayat Ali Khan born in Gouripur in East Bengal.  He was first and foremost a traditional interpreter of…

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Revolution is No, Rebellion is Yes

Birthday of Ivan the Terrible 25th August is the birthday of the Grand Prince of Moscow. He was the first to be proclaimed tsar of Russia.  The title tsar was derived from the Latin title caesar and was translated by Ivan’s contemporaries…

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In Love with Life

THE MORE YOU TALK ABOUT DEATH, THE GREATER MY DESIRE FOR LIFE. I HAVE JUST REALISED THAT I HAVE NOT REALLY LIVED. WHILE I CAN UNDERSTAND THAT LIFE AND DEATH COME TOGETHER, THERE IS A…

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Faith: Love with Reverence

Osho on Bayazid Born in 804 CE, Bayazid Bistami was a PersianSufi from north-central Iran. Known to future Sufis as Sultān-ul-Ārifīn (“King of the Gnostics”), Bistami is considered to be one of the expositors of the state of fana the notion of…

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Be an Individual

Osho on Sufi Msytic Al-Hillaj Mansoor Born in 858 CE in the Farz town of Persia, Al-Hillaj Mansoor was a Persian mystic, poet and a teacher of Sufism. He is best known for his saying:…

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To Seek is to Lose

Osho on God RELIGION IS AS SIMPLE AS THE FISH swimming in the ocean, but man has become very complicated. It is because of man’s complexity that religion looks arduous. Religion cannot be arduous because…

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