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The Thought And The Reality - Hindu Story By Osho

The Thought And The Reality….

The Hindu heaven has certain trees, which they call kalpavriksha, wish-fulfillment trees. You don’t have to order a cup of tea or a woman...
Right Audience - Hindu Story By Osho

Right Audience

I am reminded of a story that actually happened. In Lucknow, there was a crazy king, Wajid Ali Shah. He was crazy in many ways:...
Yayati And God Of Death - Hindu Story By Osho

Yayati And God Of Death

There is a beautiful story, a great parable in the Upanishads: One of the great kings, Yayati, was dying. He was a hundred years old,...
Truth At Any Cost - Hindu Story By Osho

Truth At Any Cost

THE Chhandogya Upanishad has a beautiful story. Let us begin with it. Satyakam asked his mother, Jabala, “Mother, I want to live the life of a...
Desire Versus Technique - Hindu Story By Osho

Desire Versus Technique

There is a beautiful story in Hindu annals about a great saint, Valmiki. He was a robber, a murderer. He has written the story...
Henpecked Husband - Hindu Story By Osho

Henpecked Husband

You will be surprised to know that the English word `love’ comes from a very ugly root in Sanskrit. It comes from lobh. Lobh...
Town Of The Submerged Temples - Hindu Story By Osho

Town Of The Submerged Temples

I have heard a story. Thousands of years ago, a town with temples of gods got submerged in the sea. The bells of those...
No One To Take Responsibility - Hindu Story By Osho

No One To Take Responsibility

There is a Hindu story in India… The oldest book on the life of Rama is written by Balmik. Balmik was a robber, thief,...
Living Lonely Together - Hindu Story By Osho

Living Lonely Together

I have heard about a hunter who got lost in the jungle. For three days he could not find anybody to ask for the...
A Prostitute And A Saint - Hindu Story By Osho

A Prostitute And A Saint

It happened: Vivekananda, before he went to America and became a world-famous figure, stayed in Jaipur Maharaja’s palace. The Maharaja was a lover of...