"Osho Mahotsav", a week dedicated to the punyatithi of Osho was inaugurated by renowned bollywood singer Prashant Samaddar. Shri Samaddar, of Fiza and Taal fame, flew from Bombay to Delhi specially to perform for Osho and Osho lovers at Osho World galleria, Delhi.
Shri Samaddar paid tribute to the enlightened master Osho, by rendering classical ragas like bageswari and bhajans.
January 19, 2005 is Osho's punyatithi. Fifteen years ago, in 1990 he left his body on this day. Osho disciples and lovers will be celebrating the eternal message of their beloved Master with meditation and events in New Delhi and various cities.
Osho brings out the essence of life and death as the two aspects of existence that is simultaneously happening together. Life is an expression, a manifestation and death is a returning to the original source. Life is activity, death is rest. Life is like the day and death is like the night and without the night, the day cannot exist on its own. Osho shares, "Existence has given birth to you; existence has mothered you. So when you die, you simply go back to the original source to rest and to be born again"
A One-day meditation camp is being conducted at Oshodham in New Delhi on 19 January and will be facilitated by Ma Dharm Jyoti. Similar camps will be conducted in other cities of India.
There will be a one-day meditation and celebration event in Patna at Vidyapati Bhawan on 16th of January as a tribute to Osho. Swami Chaitanya Keerti from Osho World Foundation, New Delhi will conduct this meditation and sannyas initiation event, and Ma Sangeet Divyam will sing songs in devotion to Osho. Her new album Sadguru Tumko Pranam published by Tao Music will be released on the occasion.
Later Swami Chaitanya Keerti and Ma Sangeet Divyam will proceed to Mumbai where they will conduct more such events from 19 to 21 January in Thane, Ghatkopar and Kandivli. There Osho's secretary Ma Yoga Neelam also will join in to lead these events.
Osho World pays deep respect to the enlightened mystic Osho during the weeklong celebrations from January 15 to 21, 2005, through daily meditations and events.