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Category:Religion and Philosophy
The Voice of Silence
Osho
J-1944  
Rs.499  
584p  
ISBN 978-81-8495-018-2  
Talks on Mabel Collins’ Light on the Path

In this book, Osho says of Light on the Path, “It is born out of those few essential words that man discovers again and again, and loses again and again. Mabel Collins says that she is not the author of the words that are collected in this booklet, that she has only seen them in the depths of meditation. She says, and rightly so, that these words are from a lost Sanskrit booklet.”

“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

Osho is an Indian mystic and philosopher. He has spoken on major spiritual traditions including Jainism, Hinduism, Hassidism, Tantrism, Christianity, Buddhism, on a variety of Eastern and Western mystics and on sacred scriptures such as the Upanishads.

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Category:Religion and Philosophy
Krishna: The Man & His Philosophy
Osho
J-574  
Rs.399  
696p  
ISBN 81-7224-566-1  
OSHO continues to inspire millions of people worldwide in their search to define a new approach to individual spirituality that is self-directed and responds to the everyday challenges of contemporary life. His unique perspective encompasses both the timeless wisdom of the East and the highest potential of Western science and technology, and he was named by The Sunday Times of London as one of the “1000 Makers of the 20th Century.” The American novelist Tom Robbins has called him “the most dangerous man since Jesus Christ.”

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Category:Religion and Philosophy
The Rebel
Osho
J-2380  
Rs.499  
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! 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.”

“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 all over the earth. Because this is the only prayer that can save it.”
—OSHO

Osho is an Indian mystic and philosopher. He has spoken on major spiritual traditions including Jainism, Hinduism, Hassidism, Tantrism, Christianity, Buddhism, on a variety of Eastern and Western mystics and on sacred scriptures such as the Upanishads.

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Category:Religion and Philosophy
The First Principle Talks On Zen
Osho
J-1210  
Rs.399  
288p  
ISBN 81-7992-128-X  
Talks on Zen

AUTHENTIC TRUTH CANNOT BE SAID WITH WORDS, IT CAN ONLY BE LIVED

In The First Principle, Osho captures the unique, colorful, seemingly crazy spirit of Zen through talks on a collection of Zen stories – anecdotes of the often-bizarre interchanges between a master and disciple in the quest for truth. From these anecdotes, Osho distills Zen’s pragmatic essence for the reader and conveys an alive understanding of its message – “the first principle.”

Speaking to the contemporary, modern reader without robbing these old tales of their magic, charm and humor, Osho reminds us: “You are the shrine for the first principle. So the only way is to go within. Turn in. That is what meditation is all about.”

Osho is an Indian mystic and philosopher. He has spoken on major spiritual traditions including Jainism, Hinduism, Hassidism, Tantrism, Christianity, Buddhism, on a variety of Eastern and Western mystics and on sacred scriptures such as the Upanishads.

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Category:Religion and Philosophy
Tao: The Golden Gate
Osho
J-1525  
Rs.399  
244p  
ISBN 81-7992-556-0  
Talks on Ko Hsuan’s The Classics of Purity

“Osho is certainly a highly renowned international expert of singular importance in the fields of psychology, philosophy and religion. His work has contributed to my bestselling books and to the medical and psychiatric work that I do.”
—HAROLD H. BLOOMFIELD, MD., psychiatrist and author

“Tao seems to be the only life vision which is total. It does not deny the earth, it does not deny the sky. It accepts both, it accepts the unity of both. It says the man who has come to know spontaneous purity and stillness, who has become relaxed with the whole, with the law of the ultimate – in him heaven and earth are united.
I believe in the whole. To me, to trust the whole is the only way to be holy and to trust the whole is the only way to be whole. And when you are whole, life is bliss, life is benediction, life is celebration.”
—OSHO

Osho is an Indian mystic and philosopher. He has spoken on major spiritual traditions including Jainism, Hinduism, Hassidism, Tantrism, Christianity, Buddhism, on a variety of Eastern and Western mystics and on sacred scriptures such as the Upanishads.

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Category:Religion and Philosophy
The Last Morning Star
Osho
J-1943  
Rs.399  
520p  
ISBN 978-81-8495-017-5  
Talks on the enlightened woman mystic, Daya

The last morning star symbolizes all that is ephemeral in the world. Talking on the playful and provocative poetry of Daya, Osho takes us on a journey from the transient, outer world to the eternal, boundless world within. This is a journey of the heart – the joyous, spontaneous, and at times uncompromising way of an enlightened woman mystic.

“If someone clings to the last morning star, how long will their happiness last? It is like catching a bubble of water. The bubble will burst before you can even hold it. You can try in thousands of ways to make it stay, but it will not stay. And this is what we are always doing – the whole world does it. What are the things that we try to hold on to? Relationships, attachments, love, our husband or wife, sons and daughters, wealth and riches, fame, position, prestige…”
— OSHO

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Category:Religion and Philosophy
The White Lotus
Osho
J-1094  
Rs.425  
310p  
ISBN 81-7224-951-9  
Discourses on Fragmentary Notes of Bodhidharma’s Four Disciples

The White Lotus is a beautiful symbol. White represents multidimensionality, because white contains all the colors of the spectrum. That is the most strange, unbelievable quality about white: it contains all the colors yet it seems to be colorless. But it contains all those colors in such synthesis, in such harmony, that they all disappear. They dissolve into oneness and that oneness is white. White represents the ultimate synthesis and harmony.

And the lotus also is a great symbol, particularly in the East. The lotus represents the essential meaning of sannyas. The lotus lives in the lake and yet the water cannot touch it. it lives in the water and yet remains untouched by the water. The lotus represents the witnessing quality of your being: you live in the world, but you remain a witness. You remain in the world and yet you are not part of it. You participate and yet you are not part of it. You are in the world, but the world is not in you.

When you become a calm and cool observer of life you are going to laugh -- not ordinarily laughter but a belly laughter like a lion’s roar. And white lotuses will start showering on you.

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Category:Religion and Philosophy
The Revolution: Talks On Kabir
Osho
J-1020  
Rs.350  
330p  
ISBN 81-7224-859-8  
A new vision is needed in the world - a new vision which will be as scientific as possible and as religious as possible. That I call revolution. The world is waiting for that revolution, the world is hungry for that revolution - where religion and science can disappear into each other, where East and West can become one for the first time, where the materialist and the spiritualist are no more enemies but are holding hands in deep friendship. Because that is what is happening in life itself: matter is holding hands with spirit. The materialist need not be against the spiritualist, nor need the spiritualist be against the materialist. That is stupid. And that stupidity has lasted really too long and man has suffered too much.

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Category:Religion and Philosophy
This Very Body The Buddha
Osho
J-1095  
Rs.350  
230p  
ISBN 81-7224-952-7  
"Singing and dancing, all is the voice of truth.
Wide is the heaven of boundless Samadhi,
Radiant the full moon of the foourfold wisdom.
What remains to be sought?
Nirvana is clear before him,
This very place the Lotus paradise,
This very body the Buddha."


Remember the word ‘this’. This very place the Lotus paradise... And once you have known your source, wherever you are, you are in the Lotus paradise. This very place the Lotus paradise,
And this very body the Buddha.

And whatsoever you do — whatsoever,
without any conditions — is the expression of truth.

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