“Rajneesh” Chandra Mohan Jain (December 11, 1931 – January 19, 1990), also known as Acharya Rajneesh from the 1960s onwards, the name Osho in 1989, was an Indian mystic, guru and philosopher. A professor of philosophy, he travelled throughout India in the 1960s as a public speaker. Oshodhara indicates the living stream of Osho. It indicates presence of living masters in the tradition.
Osho, the greatest mystic and visionary of our times, left His body in January 1990. The movement that He initiated and piloted during His lifetime lost its track immediately thereafter. This situation by and large continues even today.
With emergence of Osho Sadguru Trivir, a group of Osho’s three enlightened disciples (the trinity of Osho Siddhartha, Osho Shailendra and Ma Osho Priya). It became possible to keep the tradition alive. Based on Osho’s spiritual vision and their own experiences, twelve levels of Samadhi Programs, each of 7 days duration, came into existence, through which they started guiding the seekers towards Samadhi and Enlightenment.
These programs drew thousands of seekers and Osho lovers from all over the world. Slowly their work took the shape of a great movement. A quarterly journal, ‘Osho Dhara’, became the torchbearer of this live stream. We were surprised to see that a great mystery school spontaneously emerged to which our people have given a beautiful name: ‘Oshodhara’, which is now a registered trust.
He has been addressing many gatherings at important Universities in India and abroad. Leading industrial houses invite him to conduct ‘In-house workshops’ for their executives. His self-development and management programs have benefited many in the corporate sectors of reputed institutions like banking, finance, industry, education, armed forces and police.