A phenomenon occurred in the Seventies, something that went beyond flower power, beyond free love, beyond women s liberation, beyond the student s
revolutions in Europe, beyond the Beatles and Rolling Stones and Easy Rider, beyond Woodstock and the Summer of Love: thousands of young and not-so-young
people packed their bags and traveled to India, in particular to an ashram in the outskirts of the industrial city of Pune where they found a unique and controversial
spiritual teacher. This book contains the recollections of 46 people from Europe, America, Australia, New Zealand, India, South Africa and Madagascar, sharing
their experiences at the time on how and why they became disciples of the enlightened Master, Osho. The media frenzy over this event during the seventies was
extraordinary. In particular in Europe where a great many disciples came from, the word Bhagwan and the orange people became a household name.