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Dinner With Osho

Intimate tales of Two Women on the Path of Meditation

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Within India – ₹ 495.00
Outside India – ₹ 1,000.00

Encounters with an Inexplicable Man
Stories of Osho as Told by his People

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Within India – ₹ 595.00
Outside India – ₹ 1,100.00

एक अव्याख्य पुरुष के साथ
ओशो की कहानियां उनके लोगों की जुबानी

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Available in India only – ₹ 400.00

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Reviews for Encounters With an Inexplicable Man

“Savita’s book is important because all these personal stories of magical, mystical and mind-blowing moments with Osho give us a unique perspective on how he interacted with the world and with people in all kinds of situations (like talking about cars with an auto dealer in New Jersey, for example, or hypnotizing a dog)…”

Subhuti Anand Waight, former political correspondent to the Birmingham Post and author of When Shakespeare Lost the Plot and Wild Wild Guru (Hodder & Stoughton)

“I was fascinated by your book. Every story has its own flavour and each one is written with such fluency. I went from one story to the next without ever tiring of them.”

Shanti Appert, Switzerland

“Now I have finished reading Encounters, I have to say how much I enjoyed it. It's a beautiful book both outer and inner, materially and spiritually. A very valuable reading experience!”

Phoebe Wyss, UK. Author of Inside the Cosmic Mind and Hercules’ Labours

“I just got the book yesterday – it’s a can’t-put-downer. And it’s presented so beautifully. It is an important document and a profoundly moving one as well. I admire the way you have done your [interviews]. You have much more of an objective sense…”

Rashid Maxwell, author of The Only Life: Osho, Laxmi and a Journey of the Heart (Simon & Schuster)

“This book offers all lovers of life a unique introductory portal into the world of the mystic. It is a rare pearl; a delight. It gave me a sense of belonging to a mystery school whose doors are still wide open – the mystery school of existence itself.”

Savina Pia Longhi, Suha, Italy

“In Savita’s new book, we are privileged to read first-hand accounts of personal encounters with this remarkable mystic. These stories are organized around the several stages of Osho’s work … (and) Savita usefully provides a brief context for each of these time periods.”

Roshani Shay, Professor Emeritus, Western Oregon University

“This book is a gift. Thanks a lot.”

Dhyan Tarpan

Reviews for Encounters With an Inexplicable Man

Savita’s book is important because all these personal stories of magical, mystical and mind-blowing moments with Osho give us a unique perspective on how he interacted with the world and with people in all kinds of situations (like talking about cars with an auto dealer in New Jersey, for example, or hypnotizing a dog)…

Subhuti Anand Waight, former political correspondent to the Birmingham Post and author of When Shakespeare Lost the Plot and Wild Wild Guru (Hodder & Stoughton)

I was fascinated by your book. Every story has its own flavour and each one is written with such fluency. I went from one story to the next without ever tiring of them.

Shanti Appert, Switzerland

Now I have finished reading Encounters, I have to say how much I enjoyed it. It's a beautiful book both outer and inner, materially and spiritually. A very valuable reading experience!

Phoebe Wyss, UK. Author of Inside the Cosmic Mind and Hercules’ Labours

I just got the book yesterday – it’s a can’t-put-downer. And it’s presented so beautifully. It is an important document and a profoundly moving one as well. I admire the way you have done your [interviews]. You have much more of an objective sense…

Rashid Maxwell, author of The Only Life: Osho, Laxmi and a Journey of the Heart (Simon & Schuster)

This book offers all lovers of life a unique introductory portal into the world of the mystic. It is a rare pearl; a delight. It gave me a sense of belonging to a mystery school whose doors are still wide open – the mystery school of existence itself.

Savina Pia Longhi, Suha, Italy

In Savita’s new book, we are privileged to read first-hand accounts of personal encounters with this remarkable mystic. These stories are organized around the several stages of Osho’s work … (and) Savita usefully provides a brief context for each of these time periods.

Roshani Shay, Professor Emeritus, Western Oregon University

This book is a gift. Thanks a lot.

Dhyan Tarpan

Reviews for Dinner With Osho

“Dinner with Osho is a beautifully written book telling the stories of two Indian women devotees of Osho in the 1960's, when he was travelling and leading meditation camps all over India. There are many detailed descriptions of Osho and his interactions with these women as he guided them on their spiritual paths... I thoroughly recommend this book; it is a really lovely read.”

Ma Anand Devika, author of Love Song for Osho

“Just now I finished reading your book ‘Dinner with Osho’... I would like to thank you for this touching beautiful book... This book you wrote is epic, the best! Not only to be able to read about Osho in the early days and the intimate tales are precious. It is much more! Osho’s teaching becoming alive.”

Mahadevi

“While reading from the first pages till the last pages of Urmila, it happened and is still happening that I cry and cry, and I wished I was her, to be so close and intimate with Osho. You wrote everything as if alive, everything is like a living picture, I see Osho walking talking sitting everything – so alive!”

Darpan

“The stories told by these two intelligent and articulate women of very different personality types make for both touching and inspiring reading”

Rashid Maxwell, author of The Only Life: Osho, Laxmi and a Journey of the Heart (Simon & Schuster)

“Savita Brandt is a thorough and resourceful chronicler of Osho’s life, capturing for posterity those delightful and little known aspects of his work, which would otherwise fade into obscurity”

Subhuti Anand Waight, former political correspondent to the Birmingham Post and author of When Shakespeare Lost the Plot and Wild Wild Guru (Hodder & Stoughton)

Reviews for Dinner With Osho

Dinner with Osho is a beautifully written book telling the stories of two Indian women devotees of Osho in the 1960's, when he was travelling and leading meditation camps all over India. There are many detailed descriptions of Osho and his interactions with these women as he guided them on their spiritual paths... I thoroughly recommend this book; it is a really lovely read.

Ma Anand Devika, author of Love Song for Osho

Just now I finished reading your book ‘Dinner with Osho’... I would like to thank you for this touching beautiful book... This book you wrote is epic, the best! Not only to be able to read about Osho in the early days and the intimate tales are precious. It is much more! Osho’s teaching becoming alive.

Mahadevi

While reading from the first pages till the last pages of Urmila, it happened and is still happening that I cry and cry, and I wished I was her, to be so close and intimate with Osho. You wrote everything as if alive, everything is like a living picture, I see Osho walking talking sitting everything – so alive!

Darpan

The stories told by these two intelligent and articulate women of very different personality types make for both touching and inspiring reading

Rashid Maxwell, author of The Only Life: Osho, Laxmi and a Journey of the Heart (Simon & Schuster)

Savita Brandt is a thorough and resourceful chronicler of Osho’s life, capturing for posterity those delightful and little known aspects of his work, which would otherwise fade into obscurity

Subhuti Anand Waight, former political correspondent to the Birmingham Post and author of When Shakespeare Lost the Plot and Wild Wild Guru (Hodder & Stoughton)