Osho was born on the 11th December in the year 1931 as Chandra Mohan Jain in a small village named Kuchwada that lies in the Narsinghpur District of Madhya Pradesh. During the period between 1970s and 1980s, he was known as Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh. Later on, he changed his name to Osho. He began the Osho movement that was spiritual but at the same time invited controversy. Well, in this article, we will provide you with the biography of Osho Zen master. Read further to know the complete Osho Rajneesh life history.
Till seven years of age, Osho lived with his maternal grandparents
and this played a major role in his growth. It is due to the fact that,
his grandmother was very cool and gave him liberty to live his life the
way he wanted. Education was never imposed on him. His grandparents
always said that, he should do whatever his heart feels right. Osho
claims to have attained enlightenment at a young age of 21.
He did his graduation in philosophy from D. N. Jain College and
completed masters from Saugar University in the year 1957. Thereafter,
he began teaching philosophy at Raipur Sanskrit College. He traveled all
over the country and gave lectures that opposed the concept of
socialism. In the year 1964, Osho started his first meditation camp. The
spiritual leader Osho died on the January 19, 1990.
Osho philosophy is based on the three C's, namely, consciousness,
compassion & creativity. He was of the opinion that, a person who is
capable of developing these three qualities can possess the quality of
depth. Most of us keep ourselves away from creativity. According to
Osho, there are basically four things that restrict creative living.
These are self consciousness, intellectual level, belief and
The credit for laying the foundation for the Osho Ashram goes to
Bhagwan Shri Rajneesh, who later came to be popularly known as Osho.
Osho Ashram in Pune is more commonly known as Osho International
Meditation Resort. Osho Ashram in India today serves as a refuge for
those seeking spirituality. With centres all over the world, Osho dham,
today, has about 2 lakh members. More