People Speak On OSHO

“Where the dance of Meera and the silence of Buddha meet, blossoms the true philosophy of Rajneesh.”
Amrita Pritam, renowned poetess

“Within a few years from now his Osho’s message will be heard all over the world. He was the most original thinker that India has produced: the most erudite, the most clear-headed and the most innovative. And in addition he had an inborn gift of words, spoken and written. The like of him we will not see for decades to come…He has to be judged as a thinker, and as a thinker he will rank amongst the giants.”
Khushwant Singh, Former Editor of The Times of India; author and historian

“Osho is an enlightened master who is working with all possibilities to help humanity overcome a difficult phase in developing consciousness.”
The Dalai Lama

“A great mystic, a great philosopher…. In his own way Osho captured the essence of ancient wisdom, related it to contemporary needs, tempered it with the modern times and became a powerful messenger of eternal Indian thought and Indian wisdom.”
Dr. Manmohan Singh, former Prime Minister of India,

Osho’s vision has all along been as much an influential pointer and a revolutionary thought process as it continues to be even today on such diverse subjects including: Life, Society, Spirituality, and Politics.
Shri Narendra Modi

“To enable Indians and the world to appreciate the eternal India, Osho’s insights contained in his discourses and books should be made widely available around the world and through all media. This will also make the world understand India much better. “I was surprised and very impressed by Osho’s logic and how well he proved his points. When I was imprisoned during the Emergency for 19 months, I had the opportunity of reading Osho’s books on Mahavir, Kabir and the Geeta.”
L. K. Advani, former minister of home affairs, govt. of India

” … I read a lot of Oshos books and I have been reading a lot about (Oshos views on) rebellion, which is my favorite so far. And how creativity is the greatest form of rebellion in life. Its important to stand up for what you believe in and to fight for equality. Equality is one of the most important things in my life – social, political, economic equality – these are all things I fight for in my country as a citizen. So I read Osho because not only do I love his work and what he writes about, but I guess I am kind of an Indian hippie!”
Lady Gaga, Singer and Performer

Thank you again for making me a part of Osho’s world of wisdom, joy and radiance once again. With gratitude!”
Shubha Mudgal, renowned classical singer

“Osho is a mystical giant, a flowering of a unique intelligence and one of those rare humans ex-pressing himself with joy.”
Paul Reps, author of Zen Flesh, Zen Bones

“These brilliant insights will benefit all those who yearn for experiential knowledge of the field of pure potentiality inherent in every human being. This book belongs on the shelf of every library and in the home of all those who seek knowledge of the higher self.”
Deepak Chopra, Author of Ageless Body, Timeless Mind; Quantum Healing and Unconditional Life

“I was inspired by Osho’s wisdom when I wrote the song ‘How fragile we all are’; Reading his books gave me hope for humanity. It is a must for everybody to have a look into his words ….”
Sting, Singer and Performer

” Through my friend Deepak Chopra I came across Osho’s books which gave me an other deeper shift in my life. I regret I did not met him in person, and I feel sorry the US Government missed such an opportunity back in 86.”
Madonna, Singer and Performer

“When we wrote and prepared for shooting Vanilla Sky, I constantly checked in with Osho’s insides. It is not so easy to present the unconscious mind with images and a story. Osho is the only one who can perfectly explain it all, the inner and the outer and that helped me and my team immensely”
Tom Cruise, Actor

“Osho is not trying to purvey information but a truth that bypasses conscious thought and all that belongs to it, just as the most important activities of human beings bypass the mind.”
Bernard Levin, Journalist, commentator and writer

“Osho is one of the greatest mystics of all times who has a tremendous spiritual power to go into such a variety of subjects including Geeta, Nanak, Meera, Kabir, Sufism, Tantra, Yoga and Zen. He has given a new vision and direction to humanity.”
Pandit Shiv Kumar Sharma, world renowned santoor player

“I found No Water, No Moon one of the most refreshing, cleansing and delightful books I could imagine. It is a book which will never cease to be a comforting companion.”
Yehudi Menuhin

“Osho is the most dangerous man since Jesus Christ… He’s obviously a very effective man, otherwise he wouldn’t be such a threat. He’s saying the same things that nobody else has the courage to say. A man who has all kinds of ideas, they’re not only inflammatory-they also have a resonance of truth that scares the pants off the control freaks.”

“Wit and playfulness are a tremendously serious transcendence of evil, and this is one thing that Osho understood better than any contemporary teacher that I can think of. Gurdjieff had an element of that in his teachings, but certainly in the past fifty years there has not existed a teacher in the world who understood the value of playfulness and wit quite so well as Osho.”

Tom Robbins, author of Even Cowgirls Get the Blues, Still Life with Woodpecker and Jitterbug Perfume and others.

“I’ve been charmed from reading his books.”
Frederico Fellini

“Few people have understood India like Osho. It was an understanding at many levels. The philosophical, the historic, the purely emotional – and even the political and the literary, the wanton and the spiritual. His was a holistic understanding. An understanding that went beyond words, into the uncharted terrain of true love. For love was at the core of everything tht Osho believed in. It was the ultimate message he left for us. To discover, experience, savour life through love.”

“He had provided us a rare insight into our lives and times. He has ridiculed us, pushed us…hurt us, and thereby, made richer human beings out of us. He made us think for ourselves; forced us to reject him, and by that act of rejection, brought us closer to him -and in a strange kind of way, closer to ourselves.”
Pritish Nandy, JAIN TV presenter; former editor, and publisher of The Illustrated Weekly, India

“He Osho is the greatest incarnation after Buddha in India. He is a living Buddha.”
Lama Karmapa, late head of the Kargyupta, (or Red Hat) Sect of Tibetan Buddhism

“His incredible taped discourse lectures and books have inspired me, and millions of others, on the path of self-evolution… He is like a great bell tolling, Awaken, Awaken, Awaken!”
James Coburn, actor