Buddha Week celebrated by Osholovers ended on a high note on 18 May with participation by a number of distinguished personalities at Osho World Galleria in Ansal Plaza. Former Union Commerce Minister Shri Ramakrishna Hegde and noted danseuse Pratibha Prahlad; poet, writer and media entrepreneur Pritish Nandy, MP; and famous TV anchorman Shri Rajat Sharma and his wife Ritu, were some of the celebrities who visited Osho World.
sho is a guru for all times, remarked Pritish Nandy, More than a showman and an Iconoclast, he has made an eternal contribution to explore one's consciousness. He will always remain relevant as long as his disciples make him available unrestricted. Commenting on the ambience of Osho World Galleria with its subdued and aesthetic presentation of Osho's books, cassettes and objets d'art, he remarked, I never see myself as a visitor here. I share with all of you the universe of Osho; In the same vein, Rajat Sharma noted, It is a great experience to be here surrounded by Osho's books. He was great.
I visited Osho World for the first time today in Delhi. Every center has it's own distinct aura and environment,"; wrote Shri Ramakrishna Hegde after touring the Galleria, "The irresistible influence makes one to commit oneself to the harmony between man, nature that is oneness with God.
" I am in the process of finding answers within myself. Thank you for showing me the path. I love what Osho World does for me makes me a unified person as in unity in mind, body and spirit," remarked Pratibha Prahlad.
Throughout the week from 12 to 18 May, Osho World reverberated daily with chants of Buddham Sharanam Gachchhami followed by Vipassana meditation. In addition to statues and photographs of BuddOsho's insights on the Buddha in his discourses on video and audio tapes were played. Times of India Editor Dileep Padgaonkar inaugurated the Buddha Week with the maxim, "Let's Osho all!"