Who Killed Osho

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Author: Abhay Vaidya

9789386410023 | PB | pp.272 | 2017 | Om Books International

Osho’s death on 29th January, 1990 triggered intense factional fights and intrigue among his closest followers for the control of the funds, intellectual properties and other lucrative assets of the Movement.

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Who Killed Osho? is the result of nearly three decades of reportage and investigative journalism by author Abhay Vaidya, on the Rajneesh Movement and is based on extensively recorded audio and video interviews with Osho’s closest followers and a mass of official documents, testimonies and press reports.

The book traces the early years of Osho, his Neo Sannyas Movement and his magnetic appeal that drew a large number of Indians and Westerners, many of them highly accomplished, to him.

Revolutionary in his thoughts and ideas, Osho struck a chord in many hearts through his powerful oratory and exposition on religion, spiritualism and the meaning of life itself. His meditation techniques are part of his unique contribution to the world and are popular across the globe.

Osho’s death on 29th January, 1990 triggered intense factional fights and intrigue among his closest followers for the control of the funds, intellectual properties and other lucrative assets of the Movement.

Who killed Osho? not only captures the history of the Movement but is also the definitive account to date of Osho’s death and that of his soulmate, Nirvano. Throwing fresh light on the controversial circumstances of their deaths, this book makes a case for investigations into the affairs of the Osho trusts as they exist today.

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Author:

Abhay Vaidya

ISBN:

9789386410023

Binding:

Paperback

Pages:

272

Year of Publication:

2017

Publisher:

Om Books International

Edition:

First

Condition:

New

Country of Origin:

India

About the Author

Abhay Vaidya is an independent journalist based in Pune. He has worked previously as The Times of India’s Washington Correspondent, the newspaper’s Assistant Resident Editor and as DNA’s Resident Editor.

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