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Category:Religion and Philosophy
The Supreme Doctrine: Talks on the Kenopanishad
Osho
J-2176  
Rs.299  
368p  
ISBN 978-81-8495-352-7  
The Upanishads can be read today as contemporary sources of wisdom, despite being many thousands of years old. They are direct transmissions of truth – and truth is eternal, above religious dogma and tradition – but because of their antiquity, they can appear cloaked in a mysterious language, which can be hard to understand. Osho, with his fresh and sometimes irreverent approach, brings the Kenopanishad up-to-date.

Because Osho can so easily go beyond the intellect, his presentation of this ancient treatise is unlike anything coming from the academic world. For those familiar with exploring ideas through the intellect, this book could be an ideal way to discover what they have been missing. One can open the book to almost any page and be astonished by the brilliance of the insights.

“When you fall within yourself, sooner or later the form will be lost, the name will be lost, because they exist only on the surface. The deeper you drown the more you come nearer to God – God as existence, not as a person.” — Osho

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Category:Religion and Philosophy
The Rebel
Osho
J-2380  
Rs.399  
560p  
ISBN 978-81-8495-651-1  
Here are words like fire from a truly rebellious man. Here is a book for TODAY, a much-needed declaration that for humans, there is hope, there is a way forward!

“Awake and claim your birthright. Religion is not anybody’s monopoly, it is everybody’s birthright. It has no name, no church, no organization. It is a sheer rebellion against all churches, all organizations, all scriptures. It is meeting existence directly and immediately, in innocence, in gratitude, in love, in a deep communion. This is the prayer I would like to spread... Because this is the only prayer that can save it.”
— Osho

Osho offers a revolutionary approach to the eternal quest that mankind carries within. As he says: “Life has intrinsic value, there is no goal outside it. Hence my whole effort is to change everything into playfulness. To me that is real spirituality.

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Category:Religion and Philosophy
The Diamond Sword
Osho
J-2247  
Rs.299  
248p  
ISBN 978-81-8495-448-7  
REDISCOVERING MEDITATION The forgotten treasure of India

“IF WE WANT MANKIND TO BECOME HEALTHY; if we want the terrorism that is increasing everywhere and becoming more and more explosive and violent to end; if we want the flames of fire to turn into flowers, then there is only one way. That way is called samadhi, enlightenment.

Become natural, become ordinary; live in equanimity, and do not remain unacquainted with the secret that is hidden within you. The moment you become acquainted with it, a great revolution will take place, the revolution which turns dirt into gold, which turns an ordinary man into a buddha, which picks you up from the ground and takes you to the heights of the stars in the sky.

I have moved around the world saying only this one thing, and have been amazed and astonished that people are not ready to hear it. People close their doors, countries close their doors, because what will happen then to their religions, to their religious scriptures? I know only one scripture. That is you.”
— Osho

IN RESPONSE TO QUESTIONS from individuals and members of the press, Osho speaks on the essential and timeless path of meditation – focusing on India’s ancient heritage of inquiry into transforming human consciousness, of going within ourselves rather than looking to the outer world for fulfillment and recognition.

Set against the backdrop of his return to India after having been illegally deported from the United States, and after a subsequent “World Tour” where he was denied entry to 21 countries, Osho uses those recent experiences to highlight his essential message for the whole of humanity – to grow in consciousness, to discover individual freedom and truth through tapping into our inner treasure of awareness.

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Category:Religion and Philosophy
The Razor’s Edge
Osho
J-1911  
Rs.399  
624p  
ISBN 978-81-7992-983-4  
Entering into the Unknown

This question and answer book tells a true story of great trust, love, and humor between Osho and those who have gathered around him again after a long separation. Fresh from their adventures and experiences as seekers alone in the marketplace, this book is full of genuine, pertinent questions and enlightened responses from Osho that will inspire each one of us to live our full potential and risk walking on the razor’s edge of life.

“You have taken the first step towards reality, now never look backwards, however dangerous it seems – because as questions and answers and I and you start disappearing, you will find yourself entering into a more and more unknown space. This I call ‘the razor’s edge’.”
— OSHO

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Category:Religion and Philosophy
The Hidden Splendor
Osho
J-1828  
Rs.399  
584p  
ISBN 978-81-7992-974-2  
Discovering Your Inner Beauty

This book is a pilgrimage in search of that indefinable something that all of us, at some time or other in our lives, feel is missing – what Osho describes as our “hidden splendor.”

“You go on missing something – something that you had known but you have forgotten – a faded memory, a lost remembrance. And the gap is not only a gap, it is a wound. It hurts, because you had brought something with your birth into the world and you have lost it somewhere. And it seems impossible to find it in this crowded universe. But unless it happens, your life has been in vain, a misery, a suffering, a futile longing, a meaningless desire, a thirst that you know cannot be quenched.”
— OSHO

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Category:Religion and Philosophy
The Song of Ecstasy
Osho
J-2478  
Rs.350  
300p  
ISBN 978-81-8495-788-4  
Talks on Adi Shankara’s Bhaj Govindam

“Shankara is a unique person. And it is very easy to misunderstand the unique person because he is beyond your common understanding. It seemed to people that he was a logician, a great logician. But can a great logician say, ‘Sing! Dance! Sing the song of the divine’? It is just not possible for him to say so. Such words can be spoken only by a lover of the divine from the depths of his heart.”
—OSHO

The eighth-century enlightened mystic, Adi Shankaracharya, traveled across India arguing, debating and defeating all the renowned scholars, theologians and religious leaders of the time, but at the same time he never forgot to sing his song of ecstasy and live his joy in life. Shankara is a man close to Osho’s heart – a man who has an enlightened consciousness, a towering intellect, but who also came to understand, from his own experience, the opportunities for awareness and self-understanding that living each moment “in the marketplace” can give. As he comments on Shankara’s Bhaj Govindam, his song of ecstasy, and responds to related questions, Osho introduces his vision of the New Man, the whole man – joyous, silent, ecstatic; repressing nothing, delighting in and watching everything.

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Category:Religion and Philosophy
Joking Around
Osho
J-1544  
Rs.299  
240p  
ISBN 81-7992-575-7  
To be able to celebrate life is religion — in that very celebration you come close to God. If one is able to celebrate, God is not far away; if one is not able to celebrate life, then God does not exist for him. God appears only in deep celebration, when you are so full of joy, that all misery has left you.

— OSHO

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Category:Religion and Philosophy
I Am That: Talks On The Isha Upanishad
Osho
J-1693  
Rs.350  
388p  
ISBN 978-81-7992-747-2  
What Does The Life Come From, And Where Does It Go?
What Is Beyond The Changing?
What Are We Striving For?


Osho goes into the depths of these eternal questions while speaking on the sutras of the Isha Upanishad – the most ancient words of wisdom available to mankind. For over 35 years, Osho spoke to international audiences of seekers, addressing their essential questions and concerns. The international press calls him “A 21st Century Prophet” and “an oracle of modern times.” His books and audio lectures are international bestsellers.

Osho himself says that he is neither a prophet nor a philosopher; he is simply sharing his own experience. The Sunday Times of London described him as “one of the 1000 makers of the 20th century” and American author Tom Robbins has called him “the most dangerous man since Jesus Christ” – both comments reflecting the profound influence of his revolutionary approach to the science of inner transformation. Spoken with authority, clarity, sharpness and humor, his insights address both the timeless and timely concerns that tend to escape our notice in the clamor and overload of daily life.

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Category:Religion and Philosophy
The Great Secret
Osho
J-1725  
Rs.350  
384p  
ISBN 978-81-7992-785-4  
This quest has been going on for countless lives. Sometimes you call it the search for truth. But you have never known truth, so how can you lose it? And sometimes you search for God. But your meeting with Him has never taken place, so how can you be separated from Him?

You go in search to the temples, to the mosques, to Kashi and to Mecca; you knock on every door you come across in the hope you will find what you have lost. But as long as you do not know exactly what it is you have lost your search cannot be fulfilled. Love is the ability to experience. Love is sensitivity. Love is the experience in which all your impurities are washed away and you throw open all your doors, all your gates. Then whosoever stands at your door is no longer an enemy or a friend but a beloved, and you open your door to him.

When you begin to feel the whole world is yours, when you begin to see the beloved in whosoever comes to your door, when you no longer see strangers or enemies, when you begin to see only friends everywhere – when this phenomenon takes place in you, know that you have found love.

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Category:Religion and Philosophy
The Voice of Silence
Osho
J-1944  
Rs.399  
584p  
ISBN 978-81-8495-018-2  
Discourses on Mabel Collins’ Light on the Path

As these beautiful talks on Mabel Collins’ Light on the Path unfold, Osho gives us step-by-step guidance on how to find our inner voice, the voice of silence, so that we can begin, travel on and complete the journey from unconsciousness to enlightenment.

“Once you have heard the inner voice there is no more going astray in life…. The one who travels and the one who guides are one and the same.”

— OSHO

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