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“Osho Rajneesh” redirects here. For the title of a Zen priest, see Oshō. For the American city formerly known as Rajneesh, see Antelope, Oregon. For other uses of “Osho”, see Osho (disambiguation).”Osho Rajneesh” redirects here. For the title of a Zen priest, see Oshō. For the American city formerly known as Rajneesh, see Antelope, Oregon. For other uses of “Osho”, see Osho (disambiguation).RajneeshOsho.jpgBorn Chandra Mohan Jain11 December 1931Kuchwada Village, Bareli Tehsil, Bhopal District, Madhya Pradesh State, British India (modern day Madhya Pradesh, India)Died 19 January 1990 (aged 58)Pune, Maharashtra, IndiaNationality IndianKnown for Spirituality, MysticismNotable work Over 600 discourse transcriptions published and translated in several languages.Movement Jivan Jagruti Andolan; Neo-sannyasRajneesh (born Chandra Mohan Jain, 11 December 1931 – 19 January 1990), also known as Osho, Acharya Rajneesh,or simply Rajneesh, was an Indian Godman and leader of the Rajneesh movement. During his lifetime he was viewed as a controversial mystic, guru, and spiritual teacher. In the 1960s he travelled throughout India as a public speaker and was a vocal critic of socialism, Mahatma Gandhi,and Hindu religious orthodoxy. He advocated a more open attitude towards human sexuality, earning him the sobriquet “sex guru” in the Indian and later international press, although this attitude became more acceptable with time.
In 1970 Rajneesh spent time in Mumbai initiating followers known as “neo-sannyasins.” During this period he expanded his spiritual teachings and through his discourses gave an original insight into the writings of religious traditions, mystics, and philosophers from around the world. In 1974 Rajneesh relocated to Pune where a foundation and ashram was established to offer a variety of “transformational tools” for both Indian and international visitors. By the late 1970s, tension between the ruling Janata Party government of Morarji Desai and the movement led to a curbing of the ashram’s development.
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The humid climate of Mumbai proved detrimental to Rajneesh’s health: he developed diabetes, asthma and numerous allergies.In 1974, on the 21st anniversary of his experience in Jabalpur, he moved to a property in Koregaon Park, Pune, purchased with the help of Ma Yoga Mukta (Catherine Venizelos), a Greek shipping heiress.Rajneesh spoke at the Poona ashram from 1974 to 1981. The two adjoining houses and 6 acres (24,000 m2) of land became the nucleus of an ashram, and the property is still the heart of the present-day Osho International Meditation Resort. It allowed the regular audio recording and, later, video recording and printing of his discourses for worldwide distribution, enabling him to reach far larger audiences. The number of Western visitors increased sharply.The ashram soon featured an arts-and-crafts centre producing clothes, jewellery, ceramics and organic cosmetics and hosted performances of theatre, music and mime. From 1975, after the arrival of several therapists from the Human Potential Movement, the ashram began to complement meditations with a growing number of therapy groups, which became a major source of income for the ashr…………….