“Ceremonial Bowls”, a collection of ceramics, was launched by Shri Devi Prasad, renowned veteran master studio potter, at Osho World galleria, Ansal Plaza, New Delhi, on 10th April 2005 at 6.00 pm.
“Ceremonial Bowls”, is the celebration of artistic expressions and for the first time 4 studio potters, Dipalee Daroz, Ela Mukherjee, Rahul Kumar and Abhay Pandit, have displayed their creations together at Osho World.
Shri Devi Prasad, expressed his wonder at the collection of ceramics displayed at the galleria and said that he feels shy to say that he was unaware of such a serene and beautiful place existing in Delhi. He expressed his wish to hold his own ceramic exhibtion at Osho World galleria at some point of time. Shri Prasad, congratulating the artists said that pottery should not just be a mere piece of art but should have its utility as well.
Osho, the enlightened master has given many discourses on creativity as an expression of meditation. Osho says, “Meditation brings your creativity to an expression. Whatsoever is hidden in you will become unhidden; whatsoever you are carrying within you will be sung, will be danced -- whatsoever it is.”
Osho says, creativity is not something that can be confined to painting, dancing, music or arts, it is an attitude. Bringing out the essence of creativity, Osho shares, “Creativity is the quality that you bring to the activity you are doing. It is an attitude, an inner approach -- how you look at things.”
“Creativity means loving whatsoever you do -- enjoying, celebrating it, as a gift of God!”
Apart from artifacts and creative splendor, Osho world galleria houses at all times, Osho discourses in the form of books, audios in tapes, ACDs and MP3CDs, videos in VHS, VCDs and DVDs, Osho World monthly magazines and music from the world of Osho.
“The only way to be one with the creator is to be in some moment of creativity, when you are lost. The potter is lost in making his pottery; the potter is lost while working on the wheel. The painter is lost while painting. The dancer is lost; there is no dancer, only the dance remains. Those are the peak moments, where you touch God, where God touches you.” _Osho