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Bibliography 1945 – 1974


Bibliographic retrieval took place at the National Library in Calcutta in July 2006. The building is in Belvedere, the former residence of the British Viceroy. 

Abbreviations and sources:
– NL: National Library, Calcutta. Hindi & English card catalogues.
– INB: Indian National Bibliography. Printed. Monthly and annual since 1957.
– INB database: Database with bibliographic registration of titles published after 1950.
– wiki: Useful has also been the bibliography compiled by Sw. Rudra on Sannyas.org, now moved to Sannyas Wiki on Wikipedia. Including annotations, colorphoto of covers and ISBN.
– Quest: Database with Osho’s book series, lectures and 8.000 Q/A. By Anand Nandan and Satyamo. Osho Broadcasting Corporation, Amsterdam, 1991. Four discs for IBM pc and compatibles in MS-DOS.

Original orthography in the spelling of titles and other bibliographic data is respected thoroughly, leading to some inconsistency in the various entries.
The source for bibliographic information is in round brackets.
Context information may be mentioned.
Some titles of early secondary publications and biographies are included.
Name of author varies: Rajanis, Acarya 1931-; Rajanisa, Acarya; (Sri) Rajneesh, Acharya 1931-1990; Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh; Osho Rajneesh; Osho.
Dewey Decimal Classification (DDC) varies in several records of same title.

Gadarwara 1945 – around 1950

* Prayas (Effort). Periodical. Issue nr. 2, 1945. Osho’s first publication at the age of fourteen. Handwritten magazine with titles and some pages printed in toy press with rubber letters. All articles written by Osho, 3-4 in his own name (Rajneesh Mohan Chandra/RMC), some under pseudonym, others in the names of his classmates and friends. Contains drawings, jokes, poetry, e.g. a folk song on Rani Durgavati. Also letters to friends to be read in a mirror. Annual. 1944-issue missing. Format A5. Coloured. Wastepaper.

* Accessions register. From age 12 in 1943, when Osho was in primary school, he organized and kept an early book catalogue over his first library collection in Gadarwara. It is an accessions register in chronological order, handwritten in large quarto format and containing 1106 entries, covering the accession of new books for his collection in the period 1943-1950. All entries in the accessions register are most professionally listed according to: / entry number / title / author / price / subject /.

* Abhi Root Kuch hai (Some Moments of This Night are Still to be Passed). Fictional writing by Osho from 1950-51 before his enlightenment. Written to the memory of his girlfriend Shashi, who had died in 1947. The full story in Hindi is reprinted in the Hindi edition of the magazine Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh, October/November issue, 1984. Editor: Ma Prem Bharti. Published by Rajyoga Rajneesh Dhyan Kendra, Safdarjung Development Area, New Delhi. English translation in ten pages by Gyan Bhed. Also translated as The Night Is Not Over Yet and printed in toto in Ageh Bharti (2012) pp.108-114.

* Adhoori Vasana (Unfulfilled Passion) is a romantic story written by Osho when he was 21. It was published in Nav-Bharat, a daily newspaper in Jabalpur where Osho was among the staff, on November 28, 1953 with an editorial note. Nav-Bharat again published this story in its issue of August 23, 1984 now with an editorial note on Rajneesh’s work since he left Jabalpur. The story with both editorial notes was published by Osho Times International, 1999:2, pp. 51-53. Also translated as Unfulfilled Desires and printed in toto in: Ageh Bharti (2012), pp. 104-107.

Jabalpur 1951 – 1969

Pre-1960

* Taran Vani (Sayings of saint Taran). Published for Sarva Dharma Sammelan (All Religions’ Conferences). Jabalpur, 1955. Front cover: Centered: Rajneesh. At bottom: Taran Taran Society. Osho’s first published discourse.

1960-63

*  Jain Parampara ke Kabir: Sant Taran Taran (Life and philosophy of saint Taran Taran). Jabalpur, 1960-63. 12 pages.

* Sant Taran Taran: Jivan Aur Darshan (Life and philosophy of saint Taran Taran). 10 letters. Jabalpur, 1960-63. 13 pages.
“I am also sending the desired book-list. For your kind information one Book-let [is] printed under Two Titles but the matter is the same i.e. (1) Jain Parampara ke Kabir: Sant Taran Taran. (2) Sant Taran Taran: Jivan Aur Darshan. The first one I have sent to you, but the other one must have [been] given by me to someone, so that the same is not with me.” (Arvind Kumar Jain. Letter. 13.10.2005).

* Naya manusya ke janma ki disa (The birth of a new man). Bombay, Jeevan Jagriti Kendra, 1962. 0.75 rupee. (INB 1971)

* Dhyan Kya Hai? (What is meditation?). Jabalpur, 1960-63. 20 pages. English edition 1973.

* Patha ke Pradip (Lamps on the path). Published by the Digambara sect of Jainism. Jabalpur, 1960-63. 24 pages. 2nd edition 1969.
Coverphoto of Osho. Same title also used for collection of Sohan letters (1974).
“The booklet was published on the occasion of Taran Taran Jayanti 1960-1963, and distributed in the audience when Osho was speaking and later published with more short teachings under same title without photo on cover.” (Arvind Kumar Jain. Interview. Jabalpur. 24.07.2005.)

* Amrut kan (Nectar particles).

* Jivan darshan (Philosophy of life). 10 letters.

* Naye sannyas (Neo-sannyas).

* Yuvak aur sex (Youth and sex).

* Yuvak kaun (Who is young).

These five titles are published in Hindi from Jabalpur before 1965.

1964

* Sadhana-path (The perfect way). Bombay, Jivan jagriti sangh, December 1964. 152 pages. 18 cm. Author: Rajanis, Acarya. DDC 181.4 Indian Philosophy. (INB 1965). Note: ‘Appendices at the end includes the philosophical questions with their replies.’(Path of Self-Realization. 1966; Path to Self Realisation. 1971; The Perfect Way. 1979).

1965

* Jeevan Kranti ka Vigyan (The science of life’s revolution). A discourse of Acharya Rajneesh. Published by Shri Lalchand Sureshchand Jain. Amarpatan (Madhya Pradesh). Vinod Press, 611, Right Town, Jabalpur.  15 pages. 16 x 11,5 cm. ‘A gift of love. To those who are in search of light.’ Last part of title is changed. (Chinmaya. Personal information. Bageshwar. 27.09.2007).

* Krantibij (Seeds of revolutionary thought). Bombay, Jivan jagriti kendra, January 1965. IV, 192 pages. 18 cm. Author: Rajanis, Acarya. DDC 181.4 Indian Philosophy. (INB 1965). 2nd edition December 1965. In Gurathi 1968. English edition 1969.

* Kranti beej (Seeds of revolutionary thought 1969). 2nd edition. Bombay, Jeevan Jagruti Kendra, December 1965. 177 pages.

* Sadhana path (The perfect way). Translated (tr.) by Anand Rajurkar. Bombay, Jivan jagriti sangha, 1965. 184 pages. 19 cm. Rs. 3.00. DDC 181.4 Indian Philosophy. (INB 1966) (Path of Self-Realization. 1966; Path to Self Realisation. 1971; The Perfect Way. 1979). In Gujarathi.

* Sinhanad (The lion’s roar). Bombay, August 1965. 78 pages.

1966

* Ahimsa darshan (Philosophy of non-violence). Bombay, Jeevan Jagruti Kendra, January 1966. 33 pages. 40 paisa. Editor not mentioned. English edition 1967.

* Amrut kan (Nectar particles). 2nd edition. Bombay, Jiwan jagriti kendra, 1966. 24 pages. Rs. 0.40. DDC 181.4 Indian Philosophy. (INB 1972: Amrt kan).

* Mitti ke diye (Earthen lamps). Compiled by Aravinda (Arvind Kumar Jain). Bombay, Jeevan Jagriti Kendra, 1966. 196 pages. front. 18 cm. Rs. 3.00. H-67. DDC 181.4 Indian Philosophy. (NL Hindi card cat. In INB 1967 monthly issues: JJ Sangh). Published in English 1968 and 2012 and a revised edition as part of Pointing the Way (1979). Preserved as manuscript: 74 sheets, 14 writings on reverse side. Mostly in blue ink, black ink on 5 sheets.

* Path of Self-Realization (Sadhana path). Acharya Rajneesh. Delhi, Motilal Banarsidass, 1966. 198 pages. 18 cm. Rs. 2.25. DDC 294.594 Hinduism. (NL English author/title card cat. INB 1966). Discourses of Acharya Sri Rajaneesh at Sri Muchala Mahavirji. First publication in English. (alt.t.: Path to Self Realisation. 1971; The Perfect Way. 1979)

1967

* Ajnat ki or (Towards the unknown). 1967. Content: 1: Religion and Science. 2: Religion and Education.

* Anand ki Phukar (Call of infinity). Translated into English Work is Love Made Visible (2011). Talks at Lonavala 23.12.1967. Excerpts published in English in: Vasant Joshi 2010.

* Naye Sankeet (New indication). 1967.

* Main Kaun Hoon (Who am I?). 1967. Coverdesign by Osho: A questionmark.

* Bodh Kathayen (Wisdom tales of inner revolution / Tales of enlightenment). 1967. Manuscript preserved: Bodh Kathayen. 1966. 40 sheets. Black ink.

* Naya manusya ke janam ki disa (The Birth of a new man). 1967. Later reprinted from Bombay.

* Sinhanad (The lion’s roar). 2nd edition. Jeevan Jagriti Kendra, Bombay, September 1967. 79 pages. Later renamed Path ki Khoj (Searching the Path).

1968

* The Earthen Lamps (Mitti ke diye 1966). Translated from the Hindi by Dal Anand Bhargawa. Delhi, Motilal Banarsidass, 1968. 241 pages. 17½ cm. Rs. 4.50. (NL English author/title card cat. Prepared by Prof. Arvind. Manuscript preserved in Hindi. 6 discourses. Later published as part of Pointing the Way. English translation: Earthen Lamps. 59 parables and stories about our mortal body of clay and the immortal flame of consciousness. Production: Kamaal. Osho Media International, Poona, 2012. 185 pages. HB.

* Krantibija (Seeds of revolutionary thought 1969). Bombay, Jeevan Jagriti Kendra, 1968. 177 pages. 18 cm. Rs. 3.00. DDC 181.4 Indian Philosophy. (NL Hindi card cat.)

* Maim kaun hum? (Who am I?). Bombay, Jiwan jagriti kendra, April 1968. 122 pages. 18 cm. Rs. 2.00. (H-71) DDC 181.4 Indian Philosophy. (INB 1971; INB database 1950-)

* Philosophy of Non-Violence. By Acharya Rajaneesh. Translated by Dr. Dayanand Bhargava. Delhi, Motilal Banarsidas, 1968. Printed by Shantilal Jain, at Shri Jainendra Press, Delhi, and published by Sunderlal Jain, Motilal Banarsidass, Delhi. Rs. 3.00. 33 pages. Text starting on frontpage. Talk given from January 1, 1966. Publisher: Bombay, Jeevan Jagruti Kendra.

* Who am I? (Maim kaun hum 1967) Translated from the Hindi by Dayanand Bhargava. Delhi, Motilal Banarsidass, 1968. 145 pages. 18 cm. (NL English author/title card cat.) Second revised edition 1973. Rs. 6.00. By the arrangement with Jeevan Jagriti Kendra, Bombay. Edited by Miss Margaret Poss. Compilation of seventeen handwritten lectures from Jabalpur.

1969

* Ajnat ki or (Towards the unknown 1969). Bombay, Jiwan jagriti kendra, September 1969. 94 pages. Reprint. 19 cm. Rs. 2.00. (H-71) DDC 181.4 Indian Philosophy. (INB 1971; INB database 1950-).

* Acharya Rajneesh: Samanwaya, Vishleshan aur Samsiddhi (Acharya Rajneesh: overview, analysis and synthesis). By Ram Chandra Prasad, Patna. Delhi, Motilal Banarsidass Publishers, 1969. 214 pages. (NL Hindi card cat. Subject heading: Rajanisa, Acarya; INB database 1950-). First study on Osho. Translated into English 1970. (NL English subject card cat.)

* Antaryatra (The inner journey). Published under pseudonym and compiled by Niklank. Jiwan jagriti kendra, 1969. 212 pages. 18 cm. Rs. 3.50. (H-71) DDC 181.4. (INB 1971; INB database 1950-; NL Hindi card cat.)

* Asvikrti mem utha hath: Bharat, Gandhi aur men cinta (India, Gandhi and myself). Compiled by Ratnaprakas. Bombay, Jiwan jagriti kendra, 1969. Rs. 5.00. (H-71) DDC 301.1530954. (INB 1971).

* The Beginning of the Beginning. Translated from Hindi: Satya Ki Khoj. Edited by Ma Prem Parimal. Bombay, Jeevan Jagriti Kendra, 1969. 2nd edition: Bell Books, Delhi, 1979. 113 pages. PB. Introduction by Prem Parimal. Five discourses from February 25, 1969 to February 27, 1969.

* Bikhare phula (The forgotten beggar). 3rd reprint of 1969 edition. Bombay, Jeevan Jagriti Kendra, 1969. 28 pages. 21 cm. (NL Hindi card cat.)

* Jivana jo razu. Translated from Hindi into Sindhi. Published by Bamba’i: Sham Sundar Kishindasu Ja’isingh, 1969. 41 pages. (British Library)

* Kuch jyotirmaya ksan: Acharya Shri Rajanish ke sanidhya mem (Some divine time). By Kranti. 2nd edition in Gujarati. Bombay, Jiwan jagriti kendra, August 1969. 1st edition 1967. 66 pages. 18 cm. Rs. 1.00. (H-71) DDC 181.4 Indian Philosophy. (INB 1971; INB database 1950-).

* Naye sanket (New indication). Bombay, Jiwan jagriti kendra, 1969. Rs. 2.00. (H-71) DDC 181.4 Indian philosophy. (INB 1971; INB 1974: Jivan (H-74)).

* Naye Sanket (New indication). Bombay, Jeevan Jagriti Kendra, October 1969. Reprint. 122 pages. 18 cm. Rs. 2.00. DDC 181.4 Indian Philosophy. (INB database 1950-)

* Naya manusya ke janam ki disa (The birth of a new man). Bombay, Jeevan Jagriti Kendra, July 1969. 2nd edition. 40 pages. 18 cm. Rs. 0.75. DDC 181.4 Indian Philosophy. (INB database 1950-). 1st edition 1967.

* Patha ke pradipa (Lamps on the path). 2nd edition. Chatarpur (M.P.), Vindhyacalaprakasana, 1969. 198 pages. 18 cm. Rs. 3.00. (NL Hindi card cat.). 1st edition Jabalpur 1960-63.

* Prem Ke Pankh (Wings of love). 1969.

* Sanbhog se samadhi ki or (From sex to superconsciousness). Compiled by Ratnaprakash. Bombay, Jeevan Jagriti Kendra, 1969. Reprint. 167 pages, ill. 18 cm. Rs. 3.50. DDC 133.9 Spiritualism. ‘Five lectures at five different occations.’ Also in Gujarati 1970. (NL Hindi card cat.; INB 1971; INB database 1950-). English edition: Published by Ma Yoga Laxmi. Poona, Rajneesh Foundation, 1979. 230 pages. HB. Introduction by Krishna Prem. (Quest)

* Satya ki khoja (The search for truth). Compiled by Jyoti/Jayati. Edited by Narendra. Jabalpur, publications trust, 1969. 123 pages. 22 cm. Rs. 3.00. DDC 181.4 Indian Philosophy. Five (six) discourses given at the meditation camp in Junagath starting 25.2.1969. (NL Hindi card cat.; INB database 1950-).

* Sinhanad (The lion’s roar). Bombay, Jeevan Jagriti Kendra, September 1969. 80 pages. Rs. 1.60. DDC 181.4 Indian Philosophy. (INB database 1950-)

* Simhanad (The lion’s roar). Bombay, Jiwan jagriti kendra, 1969. Rs. 1.50. (H-71) 181.4 Indian Philosophy. (INB 1971).

* Seeds of revolutionary thought (Kranti Beej 1965). Translated by Parameswar Iyer. Delhi, Motilal Banarsidass, 1969. 232 pages. 18 cm. Rs. 4.50. (NL English author/title card cat.) Alternate title: Seeds of Revolution. Later published as part of Pointing the Way and Seeds of Wisdom.

* Seeds of Revolution. 120 Immortal Letters.Bombay, Jeevan Jagruti Kendra, 1969. 227 pages. UB. Letters written from 1966-1969. Alternate titles: Seeds of Revolutionary Thought and Seeds of Wisdom.

* Towards the unknown (Agyat Ki Aur 1969). Translated by P.B. Tilvani. Bombay, Jivan Jagruti Kendra, 1969. 51 pages. 22 cam. Rs. 1.50. (NL English author/title card cat.). First edition. August 1969. 5.000 copies. Treatise on Discourses delivered by Acharya Rajneesh. This edition is published with the co-operation and active support of Shri Dinkarrai Ranchhodji Desai & Shri Premchand Somchand Shah. Tranlation into English by Shri P.B. Tilwani from Original Hindi Title Agyat Ki Aur (Ajnat ki or). Printed by The Bombay Chronicle Press. Cover design by Satish Panchal. Two talks from August 15, 1969. UB.

* Wings of love and random thoughts (Prem Ke Pankh – Amrit Kan). Translated by T.V. Parameswar Iyer. Delhi, Motilal Banarsidass, 1969. 166 pages. 18 cm. Rs. 3.50. (NL English author/title card cat.). 1st edition in Hindi, no publication year. The first part of the book is a discourse from 1969 called Wings of Love. The second part is a collection of 224 short numbered texts called Random Thoughts. Later editions: Jeevan Jagruti Kendra in Bombay, possibly in 1970. 166 pages; 2nd revised edition: Delhi. Motilal Banarsidass, 1979. 143 pages. Rs. 15. PB.

Bombay 1970 – 1974

1970

* Anand Ganga (Waves of bliss). Published by Om Rajneesh Dyan Kendra. no date. 150 p.

* Antaryatra (The inner journey), translated by Dharmistha Sah. Bombay, Jivan jagriti kendra, 1970. 500. (G-71) 181.4 (INB 1971). 

* Antaryatra / Rajanis. Tr. by Dharmistha Shah. Bombay, 1970. 183 p. front. 22 cm. 8 lectures. Rs. 6.00. 181.4 (INB database)

* Beyond and Beyond. By Acharya Rajneesh. Compilation by Swami Kriyananda Saraswati (Chinmaya), Ma Yoga Taru and Ma Dharma Jyoti. Jevan Jagruti Kendra, November 1970. 32 pages. Printer: Narendra Bhargava, Bhargava Bhushan Press, Trilochen, Varanasi. 31 p. 1st. edition. Price: Rs. 2/-. A discussion with a delegation of students from U.S.A on 21st July 1970 a.m. in Bombay. Content: Acharya Rajneesh p. 5. Beyond and Beyond p. 8. 2nd edition 1972. Later published as chapter #1 of The Eternal Quest.

* Flight of the Alone to the Alone. Bombay, Ishwarlal N. Shah, 1970. 35 pages. Rs. 2.50. Interview by a French seeker, Dr. C. Guinebert, Paris, on July 29, 1970 with second question answered in Baroda on August 16, 1970. 2 chapters. Later published as chapter 1 in: The Silent Explosion. See annotations to That Art Thou.

* The Flight of the Alone to the Alone.Bombay, Jeevan Jagruti Kendra, 1970. 36 pages. One interview from August 16, 1970. Later published as chapter 1 in The Great Challenge.

* Kranti ke bic sabase badi divar? comp. by Kasturalal Gandhi. 3rd ed. Bombay, Jiwan jagriti kendra, 1970. 0.30. (H-71) 301.24 (INB 1971)

* Meditation; a new dimensions, by Rajneesh. Comp. by Sw. Kriyananda Saraswati. Bombay, Ishwarlal Naranji Shah (Sadhu Ishwar Samarpan), 1970. 2p. 1., 30 p. 21½ cm. (NL English author/title card cat.). Bombay, Jeevan Jagruti Kendra, 1970. 36 pages. Transcript of an interview with Osho on May 5, 1970, by Ma Yoga Bhakti (now Ma Anand Pratima) of New York, Yogacharya Mahendra Thaker, Bombay and Sw. Kriyananda Saraswati (now Yoga Chinmaya). Also published as chapter #2 in The Silent Explosion.

* Meet Mulla Nasruddin. Separate sheets in box with facsimile of Osho’s own handwriting. No date. (Aum Centre. Bombay. 2006)

* Prabhuki pagadanandiyam. 1st ed. Delhi, Sadhana pocket Books, no date. 187 p. 17.5 cm. Rs. 15.00. (NL Hindi card cat. Card typed later)

* Prabhu ke pagadandiyam. Bombay, Jevan Jagruti Kendra, 1970. 158 p. photos. 22 cm. Rs. 4.00. 170. (NL Hindi card cat.). (INB 1971: Prabhu ki p…, comp. by Aravinda. 4.03. (H-71) 181.4)

* Prabhu ki pagadandiym / Rajneesh. Comp. by Aravinda. Bombay, Apr. 1970. 168 p. ill. 22 cm. Lectures delivered at Nargol. Rs. 4.00. 181.4. (INB database)

* Prema ke phula (Flowers of love). Bombay, Isvaralala Narayanaji Saha, 1970. 180 p. 22 cm. Rs. 5.00. (NL Hindi card cat.) Prem ke phool. Jeevan Jagruti Kendra, 1970. 180 pages. Introduction by Chinmaya. Osho’s dedication on frontpage to Dolly, 11.12.70. 150 letters.

* Purva ka dharma: pascim ka vijnan.Bombay, Jiwan jagriti kendra, 1970. 0.50. (H-71) 215. (INB 1971)

* Rajneesh, a glimpse. V. Vora. Bombay, Jeevan Jagriti Kendra, [April] 1970. 1 p.1.,29 p. 22 cm. Rs. 500. (NL English author/title card cat.)

Samajavada se savadhana: krass maidana Bambai mem Apraila 70 mai die gaye Acharya Rajanisa ke panca pravacana / sankalana karta Ratana Prakasa. Contributor: Ratan Prakas. Bambai: Jivana Jagrati-Kendra, 1970. 124 pages; ill. (British Library). Samajavad, se savadhan, comp. by Ratnaprakas. Bombay, Jiwan jagriti kendra, 1970. 3.50. (H-71). 330.15. (INB 1971)

* Satyaki khoy / Rajanis. Comp. by Jayati. Ed. by Narendra. Bombay, 197?. 123 p. ill. 22 cm. Rs. 3.00. 181.4. 6 lectures delivered at Junagarh. (INB database; NL Hindi card cat.)

* Surya Ki Ore Urhan (Flight towards the sun). 1970. Lecture in Raikot later included in Neti Neti.

* Thy Will be Done / Rati Sett. A collection of poems donated to Jeevan Jagruti Kendra probably in 1970. 25 pages. 1000 copies. Rs. 2.00. With an introductory poem by Acharya Rajneesh: Living is love.

* Tyoga. Ahmedabad, Guide pocket books, no date. 144 p. 16.5 cm. Rs. 3.00. (NL Hindi card cat.)

1971

* Bikhere Phool (Scattered flowers). No year. (Cf. manuscripts 4 & 10 in Appendix)

* Dhyan (Meditation). Jevan Jagruti Kendra, Amhadabad, 1971. 40 p. In Gujarati. 2nd ed.

* From sex to super-consciousness, tr. from the Hindi / by V. Vora. Bombay, Jeevan Jagruti Kendra, 1971. 180 p. col.port. 21½ cm. Rs. 6.00. (NL English author/title card cat.; INB 1971: Vohra. (E-71) 133.9) Five discourses from August 1, 1968 to October 30, 1968. The exact year of publication is unknown.

* From sex to superconsciousness / Rajanis. Tr. by V.Vora. Bombay, Feb. 1971. 180 p. port(col.) 22 cm. Rs. 6.00. 133.9. Originally published in Hindi: Sanbhog se samadhi ki or, 1969. (INB database)

* Gahare pani paith. Bombay, Jevan Jagruti Kendra, 1971. 136 p. 21 cm. Rs. 5.00. 294.59. (NL Hindi card cat.)

* Gandhivad, Vijnanik dastie. Rajkot, Ambani. 0.50. (G-71) 330.1 [1]. (INB 1971)

* The gateless gate; collection of thirty immortal letters. Comp. and ed. by Sw. Yoga Chinmaya. Bombay, Life Awakening Movement, 1971. 47 p. port. 21½ cm. Rs. 2.00. (NL English author/title card cat.; INB 1971: (E-71) 181.4). The Gateless Gate / Rajanis. Comp. by Sw. Yogachinmaya. Bombay, May 1971. 47 p. col.port. 22 cm. 30 letters. Rs. 2.00. 181.4. (INB database). A collection of 30 immortal letters written by Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh to different seekers all over the world. First edition. May 1971. 5000 copies. Printed by Jayesh Sangani, Bombay. Includes Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh: A Glimpse, by Chinmaya. Letters from August 17, 1970 to May 16, 1971. Later published as part of And Now And Here.

* Hum kon Chum? from Hindi by Kundani ka Kapadia. Bombay, Jivan jagriti kendra, 1971. 3.00 (G-72) 181.4 (INB 1972)

* Jin Khoja Tin Paiyan (Those who have searched have found). 1st edition. Editor: Yoga Chinmaya. Bombay, Jeevan Jagruti Kendra, April 1971. 571 pages. With eyes on book jacket.

* Jyon ki Tyon Dhari Dinhi Chadariya (Talks on Mahavir’s sutras on the five great virtues). 1st edition. Jevan Jagruti Kendra, 1971. 142 pages. Published in English as chapter #1-5 in: The Art of Living. 2012. HB.

* Kranti ki nai disa nai bat. Bombay, Youth-force. 0.30. (H-71) 396. (INB 1971)

* Lifting the Veil. Kundalini Yoga. A Compendium of Rajneesh’s Essential Teachings. By Sw. Ananda Vitaraga. Delhi, Motilal Banarsidass Publishers, 1971. XX + 90 pages. Introduction by Ram Chandra Prasad. Talk from May 5, 1970. Reprinted 1975. Rs. 15.00. Index. (Not in INB and NL)

* LSD: a shortcut to false samadhi. Comp. by Ma Yoga Laxmi. Ed. by Dolly Diddee. Bombay, Jeevan Jagruti Kendra (I.N. Shah), January 1971. 25 p. col.port. 22 cm. Rs. 2.00. Printer: Indian Press Ltd., Varanasi. Introduction by Kriyananda Saraswati. Interview with Osho from October 25, 1970, by Ma Ananda Prem, instructor at Sivananda Ashram, New York, USA. Also published by Indian Press, Varanasi, 1971. An edited version was later published as #4 of The Great Challenge. (NL English author/title card cat.; wiki; Quest)

* Mahavira: meri drsti mein (Mahavir in my eyes). Delhi, Motilala Banarasidasa, 1971. 770 p. 22 cm. Rs. 30.00. 294.4. (NL Hindi card cat.)

* Main Kahata Akhem Dekhi (What I’m telling you I’ve seen with my own Eyes). Jevan Jagruti Kendra, 1971. 136 p. 1st ed. Colored front and back. Alt.t.: Hidden Mysteries.

* Modern Indian philosophy / Acarya Rajanis. 199.54. (INB 1971)

* Mrutu Hain Dwar Amrutka (Death is the door to nectar). Delhi, Anand Paperbacks, no date. 184 pages.

* The Mysteries of Life and Death. Bombay, Jeevan Jagruti Kendra, 1971. 70 pages. UB. Interviews for Foreign Seekers. (Publications without date. Translated from Hindi. File in: Osho Research Library, Poona)

* The Mysteries of Life and Death. Delhi, Motilal Banarsidass Publishers, 1971. 66 pages. UB. Reprint: Delhi, 1974 & 1978. Translated by Malini Bisen, M.A.

* Path to Self Realisation / Acharya Rajneesh. 3rd revised edition. Bombay, Jeevan Jagruti Kendra, March 1971. 151 pages. Rs. 5.00. 3.000 copies.

* Pragatisil kaun? (Who is progressive?). Bombay, Jivan jagriti kendra, 1971. 1.50. (H-72) 301)(INB 1972). Pragatisheel kaun? 1971.

* Prema hai dvara prabhuka (Love is the door to god). 1st ed. Delhi, Motilal Banarsidass, 1971. 249 p. 21 cm. Rs. 12.00. (NL Hindi card cat.)

* Prem aur vivah (Love and marriage), comp. by Nikalank, pseud. Bombay, Jiwan jagriti kendra, 1971. 1.50. (H-71) 301.424/6. (INB 1971)

* Prema-puspa, tr. from Hindi by Vandana Pungaliya. Poona, R.K. Pungaliya, 1971. 3.50. (Ma-71) 181.4 (INB 1971)

* Prema-puspa (Letters written to enquiring minds) / Rajanis, tr. by Vandana Pungaliya. Poona, Jan 1971. 188 p. 21 cm. 181.4.  Originally published in Hindi as Prem ki phul. Introduced by Gopintah Gavesh ‘Talvalkar.’ (INB database)

* Samunda samana bunda mein (Drop falling into the ocean). 1st ed. Delhi, Motilal Banarsidass, 1971. 197 p. front. Rs. 9.00. (NL Hindi card cat.)

* Satya Ki Khoj (The search for truth), comp. by Jayati; ed. by Narendra. 2nd edition. Bombay, Jiwan jagriti kendra. May 1971. 123 p. 3.00. (H-71) 181.4) (INB 1971)

* Seriousness. Bombay, Jeevan Jagruti Kendra, 1971. 36 pages. UB. A single discourse by Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh given on October 20, 1971, at his residence in Bombay. Later included in The Eternal Quest.

* The silent music. Comp. by Sw. Chaitanya Veetaraga. Ed. by Sw. Yoga Chinmaya. Bombay, LifeAwakening Movement, 1971. 41 p. 21½ cm. Rs. 2.00. (NL English author/title card cat.; INB 1971: (E-71) 181.4; INB database: Rajanis. Comp. by Sv. Caitanya Vitarag. Ed. by Yogacinmaya. Bombay, 1971. 41 p. 22 cm. 181.4). 30 Immortal Letters. From April 19, 1971 to May 25, 1971. Frontcover with drawing of dancing women.

* Turning In. By Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh. Ed. by Sw. Yoga Chinmaya. Jevan Jagruti Kendra, August 1971. Publisher: Ishwarlal N. Shah. Printed by Swami Govind Siddharth, Selprint, Bombay-13. 39 pages. 3000 copies. Price $ 1.00. A collection of thirty Immortal Letters written by Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh to H.H. Ma Yoga Mukta (Mrs. Catherine Venizelos) President Neo-Sannyas International for North America, Seville Avenue, Rye, New York, 10580, USA. Signatures in red. (2xphoto Bombay 2006; x archive dk). Letters from April 20, 1971 to May 29, 1971.

* The vital balance. By Acharya Rajneesh. Jevan Jagruti Kendra, March 1971. Rs. 1.50. 22 p. Compilation by Dolly Diddee (Poona). Edited by Swami Yoga Chinmaya (Bombay) and Swami Krishna Christ (Mr. Walter Pfuetze) New York (U.S.A.). Published by Ishwarlal N. Shah. Printed by Jayesh Sangani, Bombay. An interview with Acharya Rajneesh by Dr. Jean George Henrotte, Paris (France) and Ma Yoga Maitri (Mme. Yuki Fujita) Tokyo (Japan) on 6.1.1971. Bombay. Including (pp. 19-22) Acharya Rajneesh: A Glimpse by Yoga Chinmaya. Address: A-1, Woodlands, Peddar Road, Bombay-26. Phone 382 1841. Later published as Chapter #5 of The Great Challenge, in The Mind of Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh and as Chapter #6 of The Silent Explosion. (Not in INB/NL)

* What is meditation? Ed. Sw. Yoga Chinmaya. 1st edition. Bombay, Jeevan Jagriti Kendra, August 1971. 58 p. col.front.(port.) 22? cm. Rs. 3.00. (NL English author/title card cat.; (INB 1976: (E-76) 181.45) 2nd edition 1972. A collection of forty five Immortal Letters written by Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh to H.H. Ma Veet Sandeh (Alias Dr. Miss Grazia Marchiano, Rome, Italy), President, Neo-Sannyas International, for Europe. First edition has Acharya Rajneesh on frontcover and Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh on titlepage. Printers: Swami Govind Siddharth, (Alias Shree Jayendra D. Lashkari), Sel Print, Bombay-13.

* Wisdom of folly. comp. by Ma Ananda Prem. Ed. Sw. Yoga Chinmaya. Bombay, Jeevan Jagriti Kendra, 1971. 213 p. 22 cm. Col.port. on t.p. (double). Rs. 1.00. (NL English author/title card cat.; INB 1975: comp. by Ma Anand Prem. ed. by Yogacinmaya Svami. (E-75) 177) First edition September 1971. 3000 copies. Printer: Swami Govind Siddhart, President, Neo-Sannyas International (for Maharashtra State), India. Selprint, Bombay. “For beloved MUKTA, to laugh, and, to meditate.” Signature. 21.7.1971.

* Yoga as spontaneous Happening. By Acharya Rajneesh. Compiled by Sw. Yoga Chinmaya and Mr. Mahendra H. Thaker. Edited by Dolly Diddee. Bombay, Jevan Jagruti Kendra, February 1971. 27 p. UB. 1st edition. An interview with Acharya Rajneesh by Ma Ananda Prem, Sivananda Ashram, New York, USA, on 27th October 1970, Bombay, India. Later published in chapter #3 of The Great Challenge.

1972

* Amrt-kan, ed. by Svami YogCinmaya. 4th rev. and enl. ed. Bombay, Jivan jagriti kendra, 1972. 1.00 (H-74) 181.4 (INB 1974)

* Beyond and beyond, by Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh. Comp. by Ma Yoga Taru, Ma Ananda Prem and Sw. Yoga Chinmaya. 2nd ed. Bombay Life awakening Centre, 1972. 26 p. 21½ cm. Rs. 3.00. (NL English author/title card cat.)

* Bikhare-phul, comp. by Ma Dharma Jyoti; ed. by SvamiYog Cinmaya. 3rd ed. Bombay, Jivan jagriti andolan prakashan, 1972. 1.00. (H-74) 181.4. (INB 1974)

* Commentaries on Tao-Tzu Tao upanisad / Rajanisa, Acarya. 1972. No data. 294.514. (NL Hindi card cat.)

* The eternal message, by Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh. Ed by Sw. Yoga Chinmaya. Bombay, Life Awakening Centre, August 1972. 1st ed. 1 p. 1., 39 p. 22 cm. Rs 3.00. A collection of thirty immortal letters written by Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh to Ma Yoga Bhakti, New York, USA, now Ma Ananda Pratima, World President of Neo-Sannyas International. (NL English author/title card cat.) Acharya Rajneesh on frontcover, Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh on titelpage [sic]. Second edition November 1973. 3000 copies. Publisher: Ishwarlal N. Shah. (Now Sadhu Ishver Samarpan). Printed by Himatlal L. Pawa, Kiran Printers, Chembur-400 071.

* Ghat Bhulana Bat Binu (Ghat forgotten without path). 1st edition. Delhi, Motilal Banarsidass, 1972. 203 pages.

* Gita-darsan, tr. from Hindi by Ananda Vandana, (pseud.). Poona, Jivan jagriti kendra, [1972]. 1.00. (M-73) 294.592 [1]. (INB 1973)

* I Am the Gate. By Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh. Compilation: Ma Yoga Laxmi and Swami Krishna Christ. Editing: Ma Ananda Prem and Swami Yoga Chinmaya.  Publisher: Ishwarlal N. Shah (Sadhu Ishwar Samarpan), Secretary, Jeevan Jagriti Kendra, Bombay. September 1972. 241 pages. HB. First edition; two different frontcovers both dated 1972. 3000 copies. A series of eight discourses by Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh, in which he is interviewed by his disciple Ma Ananda Pratima, World president of Neo-Sannyas International, New York, U.S.A. (Not in INB/NL [sic]). Discourses are from 14.4.1971 to 14.7.1971. Original English. Second edition, Rebel Publishing House, 2000?.

* Jyotis arthat adhyatma, ed. by Svami Krsnakabir. Bombay, Jivan jagriti kendra, 1972. 1.50. (H-72) 181.4. (INB 1972)

* Kam-Yog, Dharm aur Gandhi (Kam-yoga, religion and Gandhi). 2nd edition. Delhi, Motilal Banarsidass, 1972. 240 p. 1st ed. 1971.

* Kranti ki vaijnanik drakriya, ed. by Yog Cinmay. Bombay, Jivan jagriti kendra, 1972. 1.50. (H-72) 181.4. (INB 1972)

* Lead Kindly Light: Some Enlightened Moments with Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh. By Ma Yoga Kranti. English version by Dr. M.M. Bhamgara. Edited by Shah D.A. Bombay, Jevan Jagruti Kendra, April 1972. Printed by Jayesh S. Sangani, Empire Printery, Bombay. Rs. 1.50. 36 p. 1st English ed. Talks with Ma Yoga Kranti 1972. These are not true discourses but verbatim accounts of talks in private with Osho.

* Man ke par. 2nd ed. Bombay Tulasi manas prakashan, 1972. 1.00. (H-72) 181.4 (INB 1972)

* Mahavira-vane. Bombay, Jivana jagriti andolana prakasana, 1972. 3 vols. 22 cm. Rs. 30.00 (each vol.). Published over three years. NL has vol. 1-2 only. (NL Hindi card cat.)

* Mahavir-vani (Talks on Mahavira) Jevan Jagruti Kendra, 1972. 612 p. Same as vol. 1-3.

* Mulla Nasaruddina. Bombay, Jivana jagriti andolana prakasana, 1972. 200 p. front. 21½ cm. Rs. 5.00. (NL Hindi card cat.)

* Naira-sannyasa kya?Bombay, Jevan Jagruti Kendra, 1972. 269 p. 21½ cm. Rs. 7.00. (NL Hindi card cat.; INB 1973: Nav-sannyas kya? comp. by Ma Yog Kranti; ed. by Svami Yog Cinmay. Bombay, Jivan jagriti kendra, 1972. 7.00. (H-73) 294.54 [1])

* Nirmana upanishad. Bombay, Jivana jagriti andolana prakasana, 1972. 423 p. front. plates. 22 cm. Rs. 15.00. (NL Hindi card cat.)

* Sambhogatun samadhikade, tr. from Hindi by Ananda Vandana, [pseud.]. 2nd ed. Poona, Jivan jagriti kendra, 1972. 5.00. (Ma-73) 133.9. (INB 1973)

* Sannyas. Bombay, Jan/Feb. 1972- . Bi-monthly magazine.

* Secrets of discipleship / Rajneesh, Acharya. Ed. by Ananda Prem. 2nd ed. Bombay, Jeevan Jagriti Kendra, September 1972. 42 p. 21½ cm. Rs. 3.00. Sep. 1972. Text of a discourse by Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh, given February 26, 1971 in Bombay, India. Printed in white letters on black paper. (NL English subject card cat. and author/title cat.). 1st edition published also in 1972. 41 pages. Later published in chapter #7 of The Great Challenge.

* Seeds of revolution. 120 immortal letters; tr.: Parameshwar Iyer. Ed.: Ma Ananda Prem and Dhiraj Shah. 2nd ed. Bombay, Life Awakening Movement Publication, 1972. 227 p. port. 222 cm. Rs. 6.00. (NL English author/title card cat.; INB 1975: Seeds of revolution, tr. by T.V. Paramesvara Ayyar, ed. by Ma Ananda Prem and Dhiraj Sah. Bombay, Jeevan jagruti kendra, 1972. 8.00. (E-75) 294.564.) Cover design by Nath Vairal.

* Suli upara seja piya ki. Ed. by Mahipala. Delhi, Motilal Banarsidass, 1973. 221 p. 21 cm. Rs. 7.00. Published in English as chapter #6-13 in: The Art of Living. 2012. HB. (NL Hindi card cat.)

* Vidroh kya hai? comp. by Ma Yog Kranti; ed. by Svami Yog Chinmay. Bombay, Jivan jagriti kendra, 1972. (H-72) 301.431 [1]. (INB 1972)

* Yuvak aur yaun, ed. by Svami Yog Cinmaya. 2nd rev. ed. Bombay, Jivan jagriti kendra, 1972. 1.00 (H-72). 301.424/6. (INB 1972)

* What is Rebellion? Bombay, Jeevan Jagruti Kendra, 1972. One discourse from March 31, 1970. Later retitled ‘The Hippie Rebellion’. Exact year of publication is unknown.

1973

* Anand (Bliss). First issue early 1973. 2nd issue June 1973. Edited by Keerti. Published from Ludhiana. Continued in Anandini.

* Anandini (Blessed of the day). Monthly magazine. Edited by Keerti. Published from Ludhiana.

* The Dimensionless Dimension. Bombay, Jeevan Jagruti Kendra, 1973. 47 pages. UB. A collection of thirty five immortal letters written by Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh in 1971 to Ma Yoga Tao (former Miss Elizabeth Ann Small).

* Dynamics of Meditation. Jeevan Jagruti Kendra, August 1973. 286 pages. UB. 3000 copies. Rs. 15.00. 19 discourses from October 1, 1970 to 1972. 2nd edition 1976: Meditation. The Art of Ecstasy.

* The Eternal Message. Bombay, Jeevan Jagruti Kendra, 1973. 2nd edition. 37 pages. UB. For annotations see 1st edition 1972.

* From sex to super-consciousness; tr. by V. Vora. 2nd ed. Bombay, Jeevan Jagruti Kendra, 1973. 180 p. front. (port.). 21½ cm. Rs. 6.00. (NL English author/title card cat.; INB 1975: (E-75) 133.9)

* Gita darshana (adhyaya pancavam), comp. by Svami Yog Samadarsi; ed. by Svami Nikalank Bharati. Bombay, Jevan jagriti kendra, 1973. 264 p. 22 cm. Rs. 15.00. (H-74) 294.592 [1]. On Karma sanyasa yoga. (NL Hindi card cat.)

* Gita darsan, ed. with tr. by Vandana Pungaliya. Poona, Jivan jagriti kendra prakashan. (Ma-73) 294.592 [1]. (INB 1973)

* The inward revolution, comp: Ma Yoga Taru and others. Eds. Ma Ananda Prem and Sw. Yoga Chinmaya. Bombay, Jeevan Jagriti Kendra, 1973. 294 p. col.front. 21½ cm. Rs. 15.00. (NL English author/title card cat.; INB 1975: comp. by Ma Yoga Prem, Ma Yogalaksmi, B. Mahendra, H. Thaker; ed. by Ma Anandaprem, Yogacinmaya svami. Bombay, Jivan jagriti kendra, 1973. 15.00. (E-75) 181.4). HB. 12 discourses from July 24, 1970 to March 12, 1972. Also published as The Psychology of the Esoteric (1973).

* Kranti-bija. 5th ed. Bombay, Jevan Jagruti kendra, 1973. front. 21 cm. Rs. 6.00. (NL Hindi card cat.)

* Maim mrtyu sikhata hum. Delhi, Motilal Banarsidass, 1973. 494 p. 22 cm. Rs. 20.00. 128.5. (NL Hindi card cat.)

* Manapalikade, tr. from Hindi by Siris pai; ed. by Vandana Pungaliya. Poona, Navasannyas antarrashtriya, 1973. 1.00. (Ma-74) 131.3. (INB 1974)

* Meditation, a new dimension. Comp. and ed. by Sw. Yoga Chinmaya and Ma Ananda prem. 2nd ed. Bombay, Jeevan Jagriti Kendra, 1973. 32 p. 20½ cm. Rs. 3.00. (NL English author/title card cat.)

* The Psychology of the Esoteric. Harper and Row Publishers, Inc., 1973. 168 pages. UB. 12 discourses from July 24, 1970 to March 12, 1972. Also published as The Inward Revolution (1973).

* Sambhavanaon ki ahat (The Sound of Possibilities. 2nd ed.. Delhi, Motilal Banarsidass, 1973. 142 p.

* Satya ki pahali kirana (First Ray of Truth). 3rd ed. Bombay, Jevan Jagruti Kendra, 1973. 172 p. front. 21.5 cm. Rs. 5.00. (NL Hindi card cat.; INB 1974: comp. by Nikalank, pseud. (H-74) 181.4) 1st edition by Acharya Shree Rajneesh Sahitya Publication Trust, Kamla Nehru Nagar, Jabalpur, printed by Singhai Printing Press, Jabalpur, and distributed by Sushma Sahitya Mandir, Jabalpur. 187 pages. Rs. 6.00.

* The silent explosion. Ed. and comp. by Rena Bulkin and others. Bombay, Anand-Shila Publications, 1973. 8p. 217 p. port. 21½ cm. Rs. 12.50. (NL English author/title card cat.) Edited and compiled by Rena Bulkin, Ma Anand Prem, Swami Yoga Chinmaya, Ma Yog Tao, Ma Dharma Anubhiti, Swami Krishna Christ. Published by: Sadhu Anand Sagar, (Praveen D. Desai), Anand-Shila Publications, 5/64, Bombay Mutual Chambers, 19 Hamam Street, Fort, Bombay – 400001. Introduction by Krishna Christ. Cover Design: Ramu-Arun. Printer: Mahesh A. Tanna, Emerald Printers. Bombay. A composition of lectures given by Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh 01.021971 a.m. to 01.06.1971 p.m. at A-1, Woodlands, Peddar Road, Bombay – 400026. India. See also entry in Compilations published after 1975.

* Sooli upan sey piya ki (The bed of my beloved is on cross). Delhi, Motilal Banarsidass, 1973. 221 p. 1st ed. 1972.

* Taomy tatparya (The importance of Tao). Bombay, Jevan Jagruti Kendra, 1973. 40 p. 1st ed.

* Thus spake Mulla Nasrudin, by Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh. Comp. by Sw. Yoga Chinmaya. Bombay, Life Awakening Centre, 1973. 237 p. illus. col.port. 22 cm. col.port. on t.p.(double). Rs. 6.00. (NL English author/title card cat.). First edition January 1973. 3000 copies. Selprint, Bombay. Printed in white letters on black paper. With dedication: “for beloved VIVEK to laugh and to meditate with love and blessings.” Signature. 26,8,1972. “225 Mulla Nasrudin stories that never happened.” [Spake on t.p.]. Foreword by Ma Ananda Prem. Four discourses from 1972?

* What is meditation? By Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh. Bombay, Jevan Jagruti Kendra, December 1973. 2nd ed. 58 p. A collection of fortyfive immortal letters written by Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh to H.H. Ma Veet Sandeh (Alias Dr. Miss Grazia Marchiano), Rome, Italy, President of Neo-Sannyas Int. for Europe. 1st English ed. 1971. 1st Hindi ed. Dhyan kya hai? from Jabalpur 1960-63.

* Who Am I? Delhi, Motilal Banarsidass by the arrangement with Jeevan Jagruti Kendra, Bombay. 2nd revised edition. 81 pages. UB. 1st edition 1968.

1974

* Bhagwan Marg aur main. 1974. (Sushna Sahtya Mandir, Jabalpur)

* Bharat, Gandhi aur maim? (India, Gandhi and Myself). New Delhi, Star publications, 1974. 3.00. (H-74) 181.4. (INB 1974)

* The Book of the secrets, comp. by Ma Yoga Astha; ed. by Ma Ananda Prem and Svami Anandatirth. v.a. 1974. Poona, Rajaneesh foundation publication. (E-75) 294.551 [1]. (INB 1975)

* Bhagvantaci paulvat, tr. from Hindi by Sadhana Belapurkar. Poona, H.N. Phadnis, 1974. 6.00. (Ma-74) 181.4. (INB 1974)

* The Dimensionless Dimension. Bombay, Jeevan Jagruti Kendra, 1974. Reprint. Rs. 4.00. 47 pages. UB. A collection of thirty five immortal letters written by Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh in 1971 to Ma Yoga Tao (former Miss Elizabeth Ann Small), President, Neo-Sannyas International for U.S.A. 1st edition 1973.

* Flowers of Love (Prem ke phool), tr. from the Hindi by Dolly Diddee. Poona, Rajneesh Foundation, 1974. 7.p. 1., 192 p. col.front.(port), 22 cm. (NL English author/title card cat.) A compilation of 150 immortal letters written by Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh to various seekers 13.07.1962-26.11.1970. Later published as A Cup of Tea.

* Ghat Bhulana Bet Binu. 2nd edition. 1974. (Sushna Sahtya Mandir, Jabalpur)

* Gita-darshan. Poona, Rajanish foundation, 1974. 25.00. (H-75) 294.592 [1]. (INB 1975). Translated into English Gita Darshan: Vol. 1, 2012; vol.2, 2013. Of a total of 17 volumes.

* Gita-darshan (adhyaya cautha), comp. by M. Anandamadhu; ed. by Svami Narendra Bodhisatva and Svami Ananda Maitreya. Bombay, Jivan jagriti kendra, 1974. 30.00. (H-74) 294.502 [1]. (INB 1974)

* Gita darsan, tr. from Hindi by Vandana Pungalya. Poona, Jivan Jagriti kendra. (Ma-74) 294.592 [1]. (INB 1974)

* Gita-darsana: athairam adhyaya (Commentaries on Bhagavadgita) / Acharya Rajanisa. 1974. 294.2. (NL Hindi card cat.).

* Hamsana mana hai, New Delhi, Star publications. 3.00. (H-74) 891.437. (INB 1974)

* Jina khoja tina paiyam. Bombay, Ananda-sila prakasana, 1974. 575 p. front. 22 cm. Rs. 40.00. (NL Hindi card cat.)

* The Journey of the Kundalini.Jeevan Jagruti Kendra, November 1974. Rs. 5.00. Printer: Kiran Printers, Bombay-400 071. Subtitle: From the Pool of the Life-Energy to the Universal Spirit. The Opening Lecture at Nargol Meditation Camp, Night of 2nd May, 1970. 4 lectures and meditation sessions at the Meditation Camp at Nargol May 2, 1970 to May 3, 1970. 79 pages. UB.

* Krsna meri drsti mein. Ed. by Mahipala. Bombay, Jivan Jagruti Kendra, 1974. 587 p. 222 cm. Rs. 40.00. (NL Hindi card cat.)

* Mahavira: paricaya aura vane. Delhi, Motilal Banarsidasa, 1974. 330 p. 21.5 cm. Rs. 20.00. (NL Hindi card cat.)

* Mahavir: mari drsti mem, ed. by Dayanand Bhargav and Svami Yogacinmaya. 2nd rev. ed. Bombay, Jivan jagriti kendra, 1974. 40.00. (H-75) 294.464 (INB 1975)

* Mahavir vani, ed. by Svami Caitanya Bharari. Bombay, Jivan jagriti andolan prakashan (H-74) 294.464. (INB 1974)

* Meet Mulla Nasrudin. Comp. by Ma Ananda Prem. Bombay, Life Awakening Movement Publication, 1974. 108 p. 21½ cm. Rs. 5.00. (NL English author/title card cat.) 100 new Mulla Jokes written by Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh to Ma Ananda Prem.

* The Mind of Acharya Rajneesh. Ed. by Shireen Jamall. Bombay, Jaico, 1974. 2p.1., 298 p. 17½ cm. Rs. 8.00. (NL English author/title card cat.; INB 1975: ed. by Shirin Jamal. (E-75) 181.4). Compilation from different Hindi books. Second edition with alt.t. 1980.

* The Mysteries of Life and Death. Lectures Delivered by Acharya Shri Rajneesh. Delhi, Motilal Banarsidass Publishers, 1974. 66 pages. UB. Reprint. Title change. First edition 1971. (Osho Research Library, Poona)

* Patha ke pradipa (Light on the Path). Delhi, Subodha pocket books, 1974. 117 p. 18½ cm. Rs. 3.00. 211.8. (NL Hindi card cat.; INB 1975: Path ke pradip. (H-75) 181.4) Letters to Ma Yoga Sohan written by Osho from 1964 to 1965. 

* Prema hai dvara prabhuka. Delhi, Mayura paperbooks, 1974. 234 p. 16½ cm. Rs. 5.00. (NL Hindi card cat.; INB 1975: Prem hai dvar prabhu ka. Mayur paperbacks. (H-75) 181.4)

* Prema aura nivahar. 2nd ed. Delhi, Subodha pocket Books, 1974. 114 p. 16 cm. Rs. 3.00. 301.426. (NL Hindi card cat.; INB 1975: Prem aur vivah, [comp. by Nikalank, pseud.]. 2nd ed. (H-75) 301.424/6)

* Samajavada arthat atmaghata. New Delhi, Star Publications, 1974. 143 p. 16 cm. Rs. 3.00. (NL Hindi card cat.; INB 1975: (H-75) 335.5)

* Sambhavanaom ki ahat. New Delhi, Star Publications, 1974. 3.00. (H-75) 181.4. (INB 1975)

* Samajvadapasun Sadvadh, tr. from Hindi by Syam Kulkarni. Poona, H.N. Phadnis, 1974. 7.00. (Ma-74) 181.4. (INB 1974)

* Seriousness. Compilation and editing Ma Ananda Prem. Bombay, Jeevan Jagruti Kendra, 1974. 2nd edition. 36 pages. UB. A single Bombay discourse from October 20, 1971. Also contained in The Eternal Quest. Biography: Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh by Ma Ananda Prem, page 30-34.

* Two hundred two. Bombay, Jeevan Jagriti Kendra, 1974. VII/1/, 202 p. col.port. 21½ cm. Rs. 10.00. (NL English author/title card catalogue; INB 1976: (E-76) 808.88 [1]). Foreword by Sadhu Ishwar Samarpan, Publisher. First edition. May, 1974. 1000 copies. Printed by Anant J. Shah, Lipika Press, Bombay.

* Yuvaka aura sex. Delhi, Subodha pocket books, 1974. 129 p. 16 cm. Rs. 3.00. 176. (NL Hindi card cat.; INB 1974: Yuvak aur seks. (H-74) 176)

* The ultimate alchemy (atma pooja Upanishad). Ed. by Ma Anand Shila Publications, 1974. 2 vol. col.front.,ports. 21½ cm. (NL English author/title card cat.). NL has vol.1 only.

* The Ultimate Alchemy. Talks on the Atma Pooja Upanishad. Vol.1. Translated from Hindi. Original title: Atma Pooja Upanishad. Poona, Rajneesh Foundation, 1974. HB. Introduction by Prem Nitya. 18 discourses from February 15, 1972 to June 6, 1972. Later editions: Anand Shila Publications, Jeevan Jagruti Kendra, 1974. 426 pages. HB; Poona, Rajneesh Foundation, 1976. Revised edition. 427 pages. HB; Poona, Rajneesh Foundation, 1981. HB; Poona, Rebel Publishing House, 2000. 490 pages. HB.

* The Ultimate Alchemy. Talks on the Atma Pooja Upanishad. Vol.2. Translated from Hindi. Original title: Atma Pooja Upanishad. Anand Shila Publication, Jeevan Jagruti Kendra, 1974. HB. Introduction by Ananda Prem. 18 discourses from July 1, 1972 to August 9, 1972. Later editions: Poona, Rajneesh Foundation, 1976. 405 pages. HB. Poona, Rajneesh Foundation, 1981. HB.

Titles published by Jeevan Jagruti Kendra, Bombay a.o.

Not in INB and NL Calcutta. Year of publication is to be verified.

– The Agony and Ecstasy. Bombay, Jeevan Jagruti Kendra. (wiki)
– The Cosmic Symphony. Bombay, Jeevan Jagruti Kendra. (wiki)
– The Courage to be Alone.Bombay, Jeevan Jagruti Kendra. (wiki)
– The Flame of Love. Bombay, Jeevan Jagruti Kendra. (wiki)
– The Forgotten Language. Bombay, Jeevan Jagruti Kendra. (wiki)
– God: Many Splendoured Love. Bombay, Jeevan Jagruti Kendra. (wiki)
– Journey Inwards. Bombay, Jeevan Jagruti Kendra. (wiki)
– My personal Experience with the 3 Gunas. Talk from 1973. Rajneesh Foundation. Later published in Dimensions Beyond the Known. (wiki)
– The Occult Meaning of Asanas and Mudras. Bombay, Jeevan Jagruti Kendra. Talks from 1969 to 1971. Also published in The Silent Explosion. (wiki)
– The Occult Mysteries of Dreaming.Bombay, Jeevan Jagruti Kendra. (wiki)
– The World Within. Bombay, Jeevan Jagruti Kendra. (wiki)
– This Insane Society. Bombay, Jeevan Jagruti Kendra. (wiki)
– What is Yoga? Bombay, Jeevan Jagruti Kendra. (wiki)
– Who is Progressive? Translated from Hindi Pragatisil kaun? Bombay, Jivan jagriti kendra, 1971. (wiki)
– Why is Man Dying? Rajneesh Foundation. 10 discourses from December 1, 1967. (wiki)
– Why? What? How? Translated from Hindi. Discourses from a meditation camp in Nargol. Rajneesh Foundation. (wiki)

* Compilations published after 1974 with discourses, talks or letters from Jabalpur and Bombay. Including biographical material. Based on: 1. Reference lists from Osho Research Library, Poona: Early Compilations (5 pages). 2. Bibliography compiled by Sw. Rudra on Sannyas.org, now moved to Wikipedia, including annotations, colorphoto of covers and ISBN. 3. British Library. Catalogue. 4. Quest database with Osho’s book series. Amsterdam, 1991.

– And Now, and Here. Publisher Ma Anand Sheela. Rajneesh Foundation, 1984. Vol.1. 280 pages. PB. Introduction by Krishna Gopa. Discourses from the Meditation Camp at Dwarka, Gujarat. October 28, 1969 to October 31, 1969. 7 chapters. Contains material from The Mysteries of Life and Death and The Gateless Gate. Later published as part of a single volume And Now, and Here. Contents: No Bigger Lie than Death. Seeing Life As a Dream. The Whole Universe is a Temple. Returning to the Source. Find Your Own Way. Love is Dangerous. I Teach Death.

– And Now, and Here. Rajneesh Foundation, 1985. Vol. 2. 347 pages. PB. Introduction by Yoga Rabiya. Discourses given in Bombay November 4-5, 1969 and August 1-6, 1970. 8 chapters. Contains material from The Mysteries of Life and Death and The Gateless Gate. Later published as part of a single volume And Now, and Here. (wiki)
Contents: Ignorance of Life is Death. The Ultimate Freedom. Reliogion is a search for Meditation. The Choice is Always Yours. The Distance Makes the Difference. The Science of the Esoteric. I Am Ready, if You Are. Discipline of Suchness.

– And Now, And Here. Beyond the Duality of Life and Death. Translated from Hindi: Main Mrityu Sikhata Hoon. Rebel Press, 2008. 654 pages. HB. Discourses from October 28, 1969 to August 6, 1970. 15 chapters. Previously published as two volumes. Including CD with music for meditation.

– And Now, and Here. On Death, Dying and Past Lives. Saffron Walden: C.W. Daniel Company, Ltd., 1995. 201 pages. PB. Index compiled by Lyn Greenwood. Previously published as And Now, and Here, vol.1. Discourses from meditation camp at Dwarka October 28, 1969 to October 31, 1969. 7 chapters. Same title published by Beekman Publishers Inc., 2002. 201 pages.

– The Art of Living. Extemporaneous talks given by Osho in Bombay, India. Edited by Kashmira, Yoga Pratap and Anuprada. Poona, Osho Media International, 2012. 285 pages. HB. Chapters 1-5 from original Hindi: Jyon ki Tyon Dhari Dinhi Chadariya (Talks on Mahavir’s sutras on the five great virtues). 1971. Chapters 6-13 from original Hindi: Suli upara seja piya ki. 1973.

– Be Still and Know. Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh answering disciples’ questions / Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh. Edited by Ma Yoga Anurag. Rajneesh Foundation, Poona, 1981. 345 pages. Including colour photosection on Osho’s father Swami Devateerth Bharti.

– The Beginning of the Beginning. Translated from Hindi Satya Ki Khoj. Edited by Ma Prem Parinal. Bombay, Jeevan Jagriti Kendra, 1969. Five discourses from February 25, 1969 to February 27, 1969. Later editions: Delhi, Bell Books, 1979; Delhi, Vikas Publishing House, 1980 & 1982. 113 pages. UB.

– Beware of Socialism. Translated from Hindi: Samajwad Se Sawadhan. Orient Paperbacks, New Delhi, 1978. 164 pages. PB. Five discourses given at Cross Maidan, Bombay, from April 13, 1970 to April 17, 1970. 5 chapters. 2nd edition: Rajneesh Foundation, 1984. 254 pages. PB. Alternate title: Be Aware of Socialism.

– The Book. An Introduction to the Teachings of Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh / Edited by Sw. Krishna Prem. Introductions by Dhyan John, Mary Catherine and Deva Sarito. Rajneeshpuram, Rajneeesh Foundation, 1984. Vol. 1-3. PB. Vol.1 A-H, vol.2 I-Q, vol.3 R-Z. 1746 pages with excerpts from discourses on various subjects, organized as a concordance with index to subjects in each volume.

– The Book of Secrets. 112 Keys to Unlock the Mystery Within. St. Martin’s Press, 1998. 1184 pages. HB. Discourses from October 1, 1972 to November 8, 1973. 80 chapters. The original series of 80 discourses were called Vigyan Bhairav Tantra. For publication as book they were divided up into 5 volumes, called The Book of the Secrets, vol.1-5 (16 discourses each). The books were later published as Vigyan Bhairav Tantra, First series and Vigyan Bhairav Tantra, Second series (40 discourses each). Both volumes were also available as a boxed set Vigyan Bhairav Tantra, which included a deck of 112 cards to represent the various meditations. Later edition: St. Martin’s Press. No publishing year. Edited by Ma Shivam Suvarna & Ma Nirgun. 1139 pages on thin ‘biblepaper’.

– The Book of the Secrets. Discourses on Vigyana Bhairava Tantra. Vol. 1. Poona, Rajneesh Foundation, 1974. 404 pages. HB. Talks on the Vigyana Bhairava Tantra (Lord Shiva’s 112 Methods of Meditation) and Questions and Answers. 01.10.1972 a.m. to 19.11.1972 a.m. (Quest). For annotations see: The Book of Secrets. Later editions: Harper and Row Publishers, Inc., 1974. 402 pages. HB; Poona, Rajneesh Foundation, 1975. 404 pages. HB; Harper and Row Publishers, Inc., 1976. 416 pages. HB; Harper and Row Publishers, Inc., 1977. Reprint. 402 pages. HB. Poona, Rajneesh Foundation, 1980. 420 pages.

– The Book of the Secrets. Discourses on Vigyana Bhairava Tantra. Vol. 2. Poona, Rajneesh Foundation, 1975. 414 pages. HB. Introduction by Ananda Prem (editor’s note). Talks from 08.12.1972 a.m. to 29.01.1973 a.m. 

– The Book of the Secrets. Discourses on Vigyana Bhairava Tantra. Vol. 3. Poona, Rajneesh Foundation, 1976. 394 pages. HB. Introduction by Prem Pakaja and Ananda Prem. Talks from 22.02.1973 a.m. to 01.04.1973 a.m.

– The Book of the Secrets. Discourses on Vigyana Bhairava Tantra. Vol. 4. Poona, Rajneesh Foundation, 1976. 393 pages. HB. Introduction by Yoga Pratima. Talks from 01.05.1973 a.m. to 05.07.1973 a.m.

– The Book of the Secrets. Discourses on Vigyana Bhairava Tantra. Vol. 5. Poona, Rajneesh Foundation, 1976. 437 pages. HB. Introduction by Prem Veena. Later editions: Poona, Rajneesh Foundation, 1984. 367 pages. UB.

– Books I Have Loved / Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh. Edited by Sw. Devaraj and Sw. Devageet. Rajneesh Foundation, Rajneeshpuram (Oregon), 1985. 247 pages. PB. First edition. 10.000 copies. 2nd edition 1998.

– A Cup of Tea. Intimate Letters to Disciples and Friends. (150 letters translated from Hindi and published as Prem Ke Phool: Flowers of Love and 200 letters to Westerners. Letters are from 1962 to 1971. Editions: Rajneesh Foundation, 1980. 415 pages. HB; Rajneesh Foundation, 1983. 240 pages. PB. Rebel Publishing House, Poona, 1996. 293 pages. HB. Diamond Publication, New Delhi, 1997. 288 pages. The letters to Westerners #151 to #350, all written in English from Bombay, are first published in other early Bombay-booklets: The Silent Music (1971) 30 letters, Turning In (1971) 30 letters, What is Meditation? (1971) 45 letters, The Gateless Gate (1971) 30 letters, The Dimensionless Dimension (1973) 35 letters and The Eternal Message (1972) 30 letters.

– Dimensions beyond the Known. Translated from Hindi: Mein Kahta Aakhan Dekhi. London, Sheldon Press, 1975. 194 pages. UB. Introduction by Prem Arup. Six discourses from February 28, 1970 to 1973 in Bombay. Editions: Rajneesh Foundation, 1975. 187 pages. UB. 2nd edition. London, Sheldon Press, 1978. 187 pages. UB. Delhi, Motilal Banarsidass Publishers, 1979. UB. Wisdom Garden Books, 1979. UB. Köln, Rebel Publishing House, 1990 & 1998 . 173 pages. HB.
1. I Speak What I Experience. 28.02.70.
2. Why I Have Come. 07.03.71.
3. Worldreligions and my Role. 10.03.71.
4. Towards a Worldwide Spiritual Explosion. 12.03.71.
5. From Childhood to Enlightenment. No date.
6. My Personal Experience with the 3 Gunas. 1973.

– Early letters to Ma Yoga Sohan and Ma Dharm Jyoti. Publisher and year of publication? Letters from 1965 to 1970. 2 chapters: 1. Letters to Ma Yoga Sohan. These five letters, selected from more than 100 written by Osho to Ma Yoga Sohan from 1964 to 1965, have been printed in the Hindi publication Path Ke Pradeep (1974). An additional 20 letters have also been translated for the book A Cup of Tea. 2. Letters to Ma Dharm Jyoti. These were first published in the Osho Times International, September 1, 1990.

– Early Talks. Publisher and year of publication? Translated from partly Hindi. Talks from 1965 to 1970. 11 chapters. ‘A miscellaneous collection of talks and interviews from the late sixties and early seventies. Some are translations from Hindi. Some of them have been published in pamphlet form, in the Rajneesh Times, in the Osho Times International and in books.’

– The Eternal Quest. Translated from Hindi. Delhi, Orient Paperbacks, 1980. 174 pages. PB. A selection of 15 discourses from 1967 to 1972. Foreword by Ma Satya Bharti, October 1972. First 50 inteviews in English. Editions: First edition, Delhi, Orient, 1972?; Publisher? 2009. 245 pages. HB; Pune, Osho Media International, 2011. The volume has a companion: The Perennial Path (Suli Upar Sej Piya Ki. 1972), containing unique points not covered later on.
1. Religion: A Door of Feeling
2. Discovering Your Own Path.
3. A Psychological Approach.
4. Hatha Yoga: a Valid Approach.
5. Freedom From Suppression.
6. Religious Scriptures: History or Myth?
7. The Disease Called Seriousness. 20.10.71
8. A Quest, Not a Question.
9. The Need for Authenticity.
10. If You Take the Whole Out of the Whole.
11. A Meeting with the Hare Krishna People.
12. Right Questioning.
13. Moving between Polarities.
14. The Alchemy of Religion.
15. The Last Flowering.

– Flight of the Alone to the Alone. First edition 1970. Later edition: Poona, Rebel Publishing House, 2000. 501 pages. HB. Talks on the Kaivalya Upanishad given during a meditation camp at Mt. Abu. 17 discourses. See entry on That Art Thou.

– From Sex to Superconsciousness. 1st edition 1970/71. 2nd edition 1973. Later editions: Ind-US Inc., 1975. 157 pages; New Delhi, Orient Paperbacks, 1976; Rajneesh Foundation, 1979. 230 pages. HB. Rajneesh Foundation, 1981. HB. Köln, Rebel Publishing House, 1989. 180 pages. HB. New Delhi, Orient Paperbacks, 1995. 164 pages. PB. Harper Collins Publishers India, 1997, 1999 & 2000. 173 pages. PB. Poona, Rebel Publishing House, 1999. HB. Full Circle / Hind Pocket Books, 2003. 155 pages. PB.
1. Sex: The Genesis of Love. 29.08.68.
2. From Repression to the Emacipation. 28.09.68.
3. The Pinnacle of Meditation. 29.09.68.
4. Sex: The super-Atom. 30.09.68.
5. From the Lust to the Lords. 01.10.68.
Sambhoga se samadhi ki ora jivana urja rupantarana ka vijnana /Bhagavana Sri Rajanisa; sampadana Svami Narendra Bodhisatva. Puna: Di Rebela Pablisinga Hausa, 1988. 372 pages; ill. (British Library)

– From Tragedy to Comedy. The Tales of Nasrudin. Poona, Zorba Designs, 2012.

– The Gateless Gate. Translated from Hindi. Unpublished. Chapter 1-7 are from a meditation camp in Dwarka, chapter 8+9 are from Bombay, and chapter 10-15 also from Bombay. Chapters were later published in And Now, and Here, vol. I-II (1984 & 1985). Same title used in: The Gateless Gate, a collection of thirty immortal letters. Bombay, Life Awakening Movement, 1971.
1. Death: The Door to the Temple of Life. 29.10.69.
2. Remembrance of Past lives. 30.10.69.
3. When the Marketplace Becomes a Temple. 30.10.69.
4. Awakening From Sleep: The Art of De-Hypnosis. 30.10.69.
5. Breaking the Chains of Superstition. 31.10.69.
6. The Darshan of Death. 31.10.69.
7. I Teach Death. 31.10.69.
8. Come, Follow Me. 04.11.69.
9. Spiritualising the Marital Relationships. 05.11.69.
10. From Unconsciousness to Consciousness, From Matter to God. 01.08.70.
11. Neither World Nor Sannyas. 02.08.70.
12. The Witnessing Consciousness. 03.08.70.
13. Male and Female Energy: The Experiment of Tantra. 04.08.70.
14. Religion: A Quest, not a Question. 05.08.70.
15. From Willpower to Witnessing to Tathata. 06.08.70.

– Glimpses of a Golden Childhood. The Rebellious Childhood of a Great Enlightened One / Osho. Second edition, revised and expanded. Rebel Publishing House, 1990. 553 pages. HB. First edition: Author: Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh. Rajneesh Foundation International. Oregon, 1985. 742 pages. PB.

– The Goose is Out: Osho Letters (Tera Tujh ko Arpan) / Sw. Krishna Kabeer aka Chirantan Bramachari (editor) & Ma Yoga Kranti (compiler). Ahmedabad, Team Spirit Pvt Ltd, 2001. 65 pages. HB. Cat.A. (B). 14 letters to Kranti written in Bombay and presented in English, Hindi and Gujarati.

– The Great Challenge. A Rajneesh Reader. Original English. New York, Grove Press Inc., 1982. 211 pages. PB. Introduction by Krishna Prem. 12 discourses from Bombay 01.02.1971 to 01.06.1971. 13 chapters incl. appendix. Later editions: Rajneeshpuram, Rajneesh Foundation, 1982. PB. Rebel Publishing House, 1982. HB. Grove Press, 1982. UB. Poona, Rebel Publishing House, 1992. 220 pages. HB. Poona, Rebel Publishing House, 1993. 210 pages. HB. New Delhi, Diamond Publication, 1998, 2000 & 2003. 206 pages. PB. Harper Collins, 2007. 250 pages. UB.
1. The Flight of the Alone to the Alone.
2. Dynamic Meditation.
3. Yoga: A Spontaneous Happening.
4. LSD. A Shortcut to False Samadhi.
5. The Vital Balance. Also in The Silent Explosion.
6. Religion: The Last Luxury
7. Secrets of Discipleship.
8. God is Existence Itself.
9. The Unknown Life of Jesus.
10. Out of Nothing…
11. Remaining Closed to the Lower: A Technique for Transformation.
12. A Personal Seeking. An Individual Quest.
13. Between Death and Rebirth.

– The Heartbeat of the Absolute. Discourses on the Ishavasya Upanishad. Translated from Hindi. Köln, Rebel Publishing House, 1980. HB. Discourses at Mt. Abu from April 4, 1971 to April 10, 1971. 20 chapters. Later editions: Arnold-Heinemann, New Delhi, 1980. 268 pages. HB. Introduction by Anand Rajen; Humanities Press International, 1981. HB. Shaftsbury, Element Books, 1994. 336 pages. UB. Köln, Rebel Publishing House, 1994. 2nd edition. HB.

– Hidden Mysteries. Translated from Hindi: Gahre Pani Paith. Poona, Rebel Publishing House, 1997. 223 pages. HB. Six discourses from Bombay April 1, 1971 to October 31, 1971. Initially prepared with the title Odysee Within.
1. The Hidden Mysteries of Eastern Temples. 06.06.71.
2. Alchemical secrets of Holy Pilgrimage Places. ?.06.71.
3. The Occult Science of Forehead Marks and the Third Eye. ?.06.71.
4. Occult Dimensions of Idol Worship. No date.
5. Astrology: Science of Cosmic Oneness. 09.07.71.
6. Astrology: A Door to Religiousness. 10.07.71.

– I Am the Gate. Compilation: Ma Yoga Laxmi and Swami Krishna Christ. Editing: Ma Ananda Prem and Swami Yoga Chinmaya.  Publisher: Ishwarlal N. Shah (Sadhu Ishwar Samarpan), Secretary, Jeevan Jagriti Kendra, Bombay. September 1972. 241 pages. UB. 1st edition 1972. Eight discourses plus interview given 14-04.1971 a.m. to 14.06.1971 a.m. Later editions: Rajneesh Foundation, 1975. 230 pages. UB. Rajneesh Foundation, 1976. 224 pages. The book’s imprint shows the publisher as Ma Yoga Laxmi, Secretary, Rajneesh Foundation; Harper and Row Publishers Inc, 1977 & 1978. 194 pages. UB. Subtitle: The Meaning of initiation and discipleship; Köln, Rebel Publishing House, 1990. 239 pages. HB. New Delhi, Diamond Publications, 2000. 240 pages. UB. Poona, Tao Publishing Pvt. Ltd, 2005. 260 pages. HB.
1. I Am Consciousness, I Am Freedom. 14.04.71.
2. Neo-Sannyas: The Answer to Human Crisis. 16.04.71.
3. Occult Devices and Spiritual Search. 18.04.71.
4. Love, Grace and Divinity. 20.04.1971.
5. Meditation and the Path to Inner Awakening. 28.04.71.
6. The Secrets of Spiritual Explosion. 08.06.71.
7. The Occult Mysteries of Initiation. 10.06.71.
8. I Am the Gate. 14.06.71.
9. Toward a Group Work for Enlightenment. Part of a discourse on 02.06.71.

– In Search of the Miraculous, vol.1. Translated from Hindi: Jin Khoja Tin Paiyan. Poona, Rajneesh Foundation, 1984. 337 pages. PB. 12 talks from May 2, 1970 to July 2, 1970 at meditation camp in Nargol and in Bombay. Previously published as The Mystic Experience, and later published as Kundalini Yoga: In Search of the Miraculous, vol.1, and as part of the single-volume In Search of the Miraculous. Later edition: Rebel Publishing House, 1990. 336 pages. UB.
Contents. Kundalini – The Sleeping Serpent. Matter and God are One. Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh Leads Dynamic Meditation I. Meditation is Death & Ressurrection. Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh Leads Dynamic Meditation II. God’s Grace and Our Efforts. Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh Leads Dynamic Meditation III. The Decisive Moment is at Hand. Kundalini, Shaktipat and Grace. Meditation, not Prayer, has Great Future. The Alchemy of Chaotic Breathing. Kundalini Will Transform You.

– In Search of the Miraculous, vol.2. Translated from Hindi: Jin Khoja Tin Paiyan. Poona, Rajneesh Foundation, 1984. HB. Later published as In Search of the Miraculous. Chakras, Kundalini and the Seven Bodies, as Kundalini Yoga. In Search of the Miraculous, vol.2 and as part of the single-volume In Search of the Miraculous. Later editions: Poona, Rebel Publishing House, 1990. 292 pages. UB. Köln, Rebel Publishing House, 1992. 300 pages. HB. Poona, Rebel Publishing House, 1999. 292 pages. HB.

– In Search of the Miraculous. Chakras, Kundalini and the Seven Bodies. Translated from Hindi. C.W. Daniel Company, Ltd, 1992. HB. Discourses from July 4, 1970 to July 12, 1970. 9 chapters. Previously published as In Search of the Miraculous. Vol. 2. Later editions: C.W. Daniel Company, Ltd., 1996. 271 pages. HB. C.W. Daniel Company, Ltd., 1996. 269 pages. PB.

– In Search of the Miraculous. Translated from Hindi. Poona, Rebel Publ., 2009. 662 pages. HB. Discourses from May 2, 1970 to July 4, 1970 and from July 4, 1970 to July 12, 1970. 21 chapters. Previously published as In Search of the Miraculous, vol.1 and In Search of the Miraculous, vol.2.

– India My Love. Fragments of a Golden Past. Poona, The Rebel Publishing House Pvt. Ltd, no year. 198 pages. Illustrated. HB. Preface: Osho’s India by Satya Vedant.

– The Inner Journey. A Practical Guidebook for the Seeker. Translated from Hindi: Antar Yatra. Poona, Rebel Publishing House, 1996. 288 pages. HB. Eight discourses from February 3, 1968 to February 5, 1968. Complete subtitle is: ‘Spontaneous Talks Given by Osho to Disciples and Friends at a Meditation Camp in Ajol, Gujarat, in India.’ Later editions: New Delhi, Penguin Books India, 1997. 268 pages. UB. Reprinted 1999; Rebel Publishing House, Pune, 1998. Reprint. 275 pages. HB.

– The Inward Revolution. Jeevan Jagruti Kendra, 1973. 294 pages. HB. 3000 copies. Foreword by Ma Ananda Prem. Containing 12 lectures from Bombay 1970-1972. Also published as The Psychology of the Esoteric (1973)
1. The Pathless Path. 24.07.70
2. What is Meditation? 04.02.71
3. Sex, Love and Prayer Through Meditation. 14.02.71
4. Mysteries of Dream in the 7 Bodies. I. 25.07.70
5. Mysteries of Dream in the 7 Bodies. II. 26.07.70
6. Tension & Relaxation in the 7 Bodies. 16.09.70
7. The Courage to Be Alone. 25.02.71
8. The Windows of Religion and the Sky of Truth. 09.01.71
9. Mind-Created Fallacies of Language and Logic. ?.12.71
10. Consciousnes is Freedom and Life is Divine. 21.10.71
11. The Crisis of Western Rationality and Eastern Irrationality. 10.02.72
12. The Inward Revolution. 10.02.72

– Krishna. The Man and his Philosophy. Translated from Hindi: Krishna-Smriti. Rajneesh Foundation, 1985. 841 pages. PB. 10.000 copies. Introduction by Anand Madyapa. Discourses from CCI Chambers, Bombay, July 20, 1970 and Kulu Manali, September 26 to October 5, 1970. 22 chapters. The original cover is in color. Later editions: Bombay, Jaico Publishing House, 1990 841 pages. PB. Bombay, Jaico Publishing House, 1997, 1999 & 2000. 850 pages. PB. Bombay, Jaico Publishing House, 2008. 700 pages. PB. Revised edition?

– Kundalini Yoga. In Search of the Miraculous, vol.1. Translated from Hindi. New Delhi, Sterling Publishers, 1997. 247 pages. UB. Talks from May 2, 1970 to July 2, 1970 at meditation camps in Bombay and Nargol. 12 chapters. Previously published as The Mystic Experience, then as In Search of the Miraculous, vol.1. Later editions: New Delhi, Sterling Publishers, 1999 & 2000. 247 pages. PB.

– Kundalini Yoga. In Search of the Miraculous, vol.2. Translated from Hindi. New Delhi, Sterling Publishers, 1997. 279 pages. PB. Talks from July 4, 1970 to July 12, 1970. 9 chapters. Previously published as In Search of the Miraculous, vol.2. Later editions: New Delhi, Sterling Publishers, 1999. 284 pages. PB. New Delhi, Sterling Publishers, 2000. 279 pages. PB.

– Life Is a Soap Bubble. 100 Ways to Look at Life. Edited by Suresh Sethe and Anando. Poona, Osho Media, 2012. 140 pages. HB. 100 letters to Sohan written 1964-1965.

– Life’s Mysteries. An Introduction to the Teachings of Osho. New Delhi, Penguin Books India, 1995. 250 pages. PB. With an introduction by Khushwant Singh.

– The Long, the Short and the All. Translated from Hindi. Delhi, Motilal Banarsidass Publishers, 1975. Six talks possibly from Kulu Manali 1969. Later editions: Delhi, Motilal Banarsidass, January 1979. 260 pages. HB. US edition with subtitle: Excerpts from early discourses and letters of Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh. Rajneeshpuram, Rajneesh Foundation, 1984. 318 pages. PB. 10.000 copies.

– Meditation. The Art of Ecstasy. Harper and Row Publishers, Inc., 1976. 248 pages. UB. Talks given from October 1970 to July 1972. The 1st edition was called Dynamics of Meditation. The book has 20 chapters, the last is a summary of meditation techniques devised by Osho. With the exception of chapters 3, 8 and 20, the material in this book was previously published in Dynamics of Meditation. Chapter 3 was previously published in Sannyas, vol. 3, no.1 (Magazine, January-February 1974), under the title Modern Man and His Neurosis. Chapter 8 is an excerpt from a discourse titled The Occult Mysteries of Initiation that was previously published in I Am the Gate. Later editions: Poona, Rajneesh Foundation, 1976. HB. Harper and Row Publishers Inc., 1978 & 1983. 248 pages. UB. Poona, Rebel Publishing House, 1980. 292 pages. HB. New Delhi, Diamond Publication, 1998, 2001 & 2003. 260 pages. UB. Meditation. The Art of Ecstasy. On Meditation and Meditation Techniques. Poona, Rebel Publishing House, 1992. 328 pages. 2nd edition. HB. Poona, Rebel Publishing House, 1993. 292 pages. 2nd revised edition. HB. Poona, Rebel Publishing House, 1997 & 1998. 300 pages. HB. Poona, Tao Publishing Pvt. Ltd., 2006. 3rd edition. 328 pages. HB. Poona, Rebel Publishing, 2006. 3rd edition. 328 pages. HB.
Part I: Lectures
1. Yoga: The Growth of Consciousness.
2. Non Doing Through Doing.
3. “Chaotic Meditation.”
4. …Or Silent Meditation.
5. Moving Deeply into the Unknown.
6. Kundalini: The Awakening of the Life Force.
7. Enlightenment: An Endless Beginning.
8. Initiation to a Master: The Ultimate Technique.
9. Sannyas: Dying to the Past.
10. Total Desire: The Path to Desirelessness.
Part II: Questions and Answers
11. What is the Soul?
12. LSD and Meditation
13. Intuition: A Non-Explanation.
14. Consciousness, Witnessing and Awareness.
15. The Difference Between Satori & Samadhi
16. Sexual Energy & the Awakening of the Kundalini.
17. The Manifestation of Prana in the 7 Bodies.
Part III: Techniques
18. Traditional Techniques.
19. Techniques Devised by Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh.

–  Meditation. The Art of Inner Ecstasy. Harper Colophon Books, 1976. 248 pages. UB. Introduction by Satya Bharti. 20 discourses from October 1970 to July 1972. Later edition: Poona, Rajneesh Foundation, 1977. 250 pages. UB.

– The Mind of Acharya Rajneesh. Edited by Shireen Jamall. Bombay, Jaico Publishing House, 1974. 298 pages. Copyright 1974 by Jagruti Jeevan Kendra. Published by Ashwin J. Shah, Jaico Publishing House. A collection of his edited talks given throughout India. Second edition with alt.t. The Mind of Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh (1980).

– The Mind of Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh. Edited by Shireen Jamall. Bombay, Jaico Publishing House, 1980. 258 pages. Reprint. First edition 1974 with title: The Mind of Acharya Rajneesh. 4 chapters. A compilation of edited talks. First chapter is with anecdotes, the rest are interviews and discourses from 1970. Collection of his edited talks throughout India.

– The Mysteries of Life and Death. Translated by Malini Bisen. Delhi, Motilal Banarsidass Publishers, 1971. 66 pages. UB. Later editions: Delhi, Motilal Banarsidass Publishers, 1974. Reprint. 66 pages. UB. Delhi, Motilal Banarsidass Publishers, 1978. 66 pages. HB; Delhi, Motilal Banarsidass Publishers, 1997. Reprint. 66 pages. UB.

– The Mystic Experience. Translated from Hindi: Jin Khoja Tin Paiyan by Dolly Didee. Edited by Ma Ananda Prem. Delhi, Motilal Banarsidass Publishers, 1977. 543 pages. HB. Introduction by Yoga Chinmaya. 18 discourses from May 2, 1970 to July 2, 1970, in Nargol and Bombay. Later published as In Search of the Miraculous, vol.1. Later editions: Lawrence Verry Incorporated, 1977. HB. Delhi, Motilal Banarsidass Publishers, 1997. 540 pages. UB. Delhi, Motilal Banarsidass Publishers, 1997. 543 pages. HB.
1-5. Meditation Camp Nargol. 02-05.05.70
6. Shaktipat. Grace and the Awakening of Kundalini. 15.06.70
7. The Path of Kundalini. 01.07.70
8. The Alchemy of Breath. 02.07.70 am
9. Kundalini & the Facts about Inner Transformation. 02.07.70 p.m.
10. The Nature of a Kundalini Master. 04.07.70
11. Kundalini Sadhana: A Journey into Total Freedom. 05.07.70
12. Kundalini Sadhana: From Bondage to Liberation. 06.07.70
13. Kundalini Sadhana and the Seven Chakras. 07.07.70
14. The Plunge of Science into the Mysteries of Religion. 08.07.70
15. The Intimate Mysteries of Shaktipat and Grace. 09.07.70
16. From the Physical Plane to Nirvana – the Ultimate death. 10.07.70.
17. Kundalini and the Esoteric Dimension of Tantra. 11.07.70
18. Occult Depths of Kundalini & Spirituality. 12.07.70

– The New Alchemy. To Turn You On. Talks on Mabel Collins’ Light on the Path (Samadhi Ke Sapt Dwar). Edited by Ma Satya Bharti. Introduction by Satya Bharti. Poona, Rajneesh Foundation, March 1978. 280 pages. HB. 35 discourses from February 9, 1973 to April 14, 1973. Chapter 1 is called the ‘Preface’ in the book. Chapters 2-17 correspond to chapters 1-16 in the book. Chapters 18-34 correspond to the ‘Appendix’ of the book. Chapters 1-17 were recorded in the Bikaner Palace Hotel, Mt. Abu. Chapters 18-34 on carthrtic meditation techniques, all in the appendix, are recorded at Anand Shila Meditation Camp outside Bombay. In appendix: A Period of Silence. A History of the Anand Shila Meditation Camp (February 1973) and Questions and Answers. Later published with alternate title: The Voice of Silence (Sadhana Sutra). Later edition: Poona, Rajneesh Foundation, 1981. 280 pages. HB.

– Notes of a Madman / Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh. Oregon, Rajneesh Foundation International, 1985. 104 pages. PB.

– Odysee Within. Translated from Hindi. Lectures from Bombay. Unpublished. Later published as Hidden Mysteries (1997). See this title for content.

– One Hundred One. Jokes of Mulla Nasrudin. Poona, Rajneesh Foundation, 1975.

– The Path of Meditation. A Step by Step Guide to Meditation. Poona, Rebel Publishing House, 1997. 262 pages. HB. Full title: ‘The Path of Meditation. Spontaneous Talks (Dhyan Sutra) given by Osho to Disciples and Friends at a Meditation Camp in Mahabaleshwar, India’.

– Path of Self-Realization (Sadhana-path, 1964). Delhi, Motilal Banarsidass, 1966. 198 pages. UB. Talks from June 3, 1964 to June 8, 1964. Later published as Path to Self Realisation, 1971; The Perfect Way, 1979. Later editions: Revised edition. Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh. Delhi, Motilal Banarsidass, 1970. 207 pages. UB. Delhi, Motilal Banarsidass, 1977. Reprint. 207 pages.

– Path to Self Realization (Sadhana-path, 1964). Delhi, Motilal Banarsidass Publishers, 1970. 151 pages. Exact publishing year is unknown. (wiki) Later editions: Delhi, Motilal Banarsidass Publishers, 1971. 151 pages. UB. Delhi, Motilal Banarsidass Publishers, 1971. Revised edition. 151 pages. UB.  Bombay, Jeevan Jagruti Kendra, March 1971. 3rd revised edition. 151 pages. UB. Delhi, Orient Book Distributors, 1977. UB.

– The Perennial Path (Suli Upar Sej Piya Ki. 1972. Alt.t.: The Art of Living. Orient Paperbacks, 1977. 176 pages. Containing unique points not covered later on. See The Eternal Quest (1980).

– The Perfect Way. Early Writings & Discourses. Delhi, Motilal Banarsidass, 1979. Revised edition with new title. 226 pages. UB. Discourses from June 3, 1964 to June 8, 1964. Previously published as Path of Self Realisation (1966) and as Path to Self Realisation (1971). Later editions: Delhi, Motilal Banarsidass, 1979. 2nd edition. 226 pages. UB. Rajneeshpuram, Rajneesh Foundation, 1984. 169 pages. PB. Delhi, Motilal Banarsidass Publishers, 1993 & 1996. 226 pages. UB. Poona, Rebel Publishing house, 2001. 229 pages. HB. Poona, Rebel Publishing House, 2008. 201 pages. HB.

– Pointing the Way. Translated from Hindi. Delhi, Motilal Banarsidass publishers, 1979. 246 pages. HB. The book is a collection of 180 fragments from Hindi discourses, letters to friends, incidents and records of conversations. Contains The Earthen Lamps and Seeds of Revolutionary Thought. Later edition: Delhi, Motilal Banarsidass Publishers, 1979 & 1994. 246 pages. UB. Delhi, Motilal Banarsidass Publishers, 1994. 246 pages. HB.

– The Psychology of the Esoteric. New York/London, Harper and Row Publishers, Inc., 1973. 168 pages. UB. Introduction by Satya Bharti. 12 discourses from July 24, 1970 to March 12, 1972. Also published as The Inward Revolution. Later editions: Poona, Rebel Publishing House, 1978; Harper and Row Publishers, Inc., 1978 & 1979. Subtitle: The New Evolution of Man. 168 pages. UB. second edition: Köln, Rebel Publishing House, 1989. 178 pages. HB. Köln, Rebel Publishing House, 1993 & 1994. 184 pages. HB. New Delhi, Diamond Publication, 1996. 186 pages. UB. Rebel Publishing House, 2007. Subtitle: Insights into Energy and Consciousness. Revised and enlarged edition. 305 pages. HB.

– Revolution in Education (Shiksha Men Kranti). New Delhi, New Age International Publishers, 1997. 179 pages. PB. A pamphlet of various talks given around India from 1967 to 1969 on the subject of education. 9 chapters.

– Seeds of Revolutionary Thought (Kranti Beej 1965). Delhi, Motilal Banarsidass, 1969. 232 pages. Alternate title: Seeds of Revolution. Later published as part of Pointing the Way and Seeds of Wisdom. Later editions: Delhi, Motilal Banarsidass Publishers, 1978. 2nd edition. 200 pages. UB. Delhi, Motilal Banarsidass Publishers, 1982. Revised edition. UB.

– Seeds of Wisdom. Poona, Rebel Publishing House, 1994. 200 pages. Letters written from 1966 to 1969. Previously published as Seeds of Revolutionary Thought (1969) and Seeds of Revolution. (1969). Later edition: Poona, Rebel Publishing House, 1996. Second Printing. Revised edition. 192 pages. HB.

– The Silent Explosion. Anand Shila Publications, Jeevan Jagruti Kendra, 1973. 217 pages. HB. Also UB edition from same year. Inside cover reads: ‘A composition of lectures given by Osho at A-1 Woodlands, Peddar Rd, Bombay’. 2nd edition Osho Tatopan Publication, 2012. 260 pages. UB. See also entry in Bibliography for 1973.
1: Flight of the Alone to the Alone (Previously published as a booklet with this title).
2: Meditation: A New Dimension (Previously published as a booklet with this title).
3: The Occult Meaning of Asanas and Mudras.
4: Kundalini. The Science of Transcendence.
5: Sex, Love, Prayer and Meditation.
6: The Vital Balance (Previously published as a booklet with this title).
7: Religion and the Windows of Man.
8: Mysteries of Initiation.
9: The Unknown Life of Jesus.
10: 21 letters to disciples.
11: Postscript. Visit to a Tibetan Monastery.

– The Supreme Doctrine. Talks on the Kenopanishad. Translated from Hindi Kena Upanishad. Poona, Rajneesh Foundation, 1977. 355 pages. HB. 17 discourses from Mt. Abu, July 8, 1973 to July 16, 1973. Later editions: London, Routledge Kegan and Paul, 1980. Subtitle: Discourses on the Kenopanishad. 468 pages. UB. Poona, Rajneesh Foundation, 1980. HB & UB. Poona, Rebel Publishing House, 1997. 388 pages. HB.

– That Art Thou. Köln, Rebel Publishing House, 1988. 435 pages. HB and UB. Introduction by Amrit Sadhana. Discourses from January 8, 1972 to October 21, 1972. 51 chapters. Full subtitle is ‘Fifty-one discourses given by Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh in January, March, and October of 1972 at Meditation camps in Mt. Abu and Matheran on the Sarvasar Upanishad, Kaivalya Upanishad and Adhyatma Upanishad’. Original titled ‘Sarvasar Upanishad’ (first 17 discourses at Matheran), ‘Kaivalya Upanishad’ (second 17 discourses at Mt. Abu) and ‘Adhyatma Upanishad’ (last 17 discourses at Mt. Abu. These discourses were in Hindi and English, from the first meditation camps in which Osho spoke in English. That Art Thou are the English parts. The Hindi parts of ‘Adhyatma Upanishad’ were later translated and published in Finger Pointing to the Moon. The Hindi parts of ‘Sarvasar Upanishad’ were later published in The Way Beyond Any Way. The Hindi parts of ‘Kaivalya Upanishad’ were later published in Flight of the Alone to the Alone.

– Vedanta. Seven Steps to Samadhi. Discourses on the Akshya Upanishad. Poona, Rajneesh Foundation, 1976. 501 pages. HB. Introduction by Yoga Pratima. 17 chapters. Nine discourses given during a 9 day Meditation Camp held in January 1974 at Mt. Abu, Rajasthan. From January 11, 1974 to January 19, 1974. The book’s imprint shows the publisher as Ma Yoga Laxmi, Rajneesh Foundation. Later editions: Poona, Rajneesh Foundation, 1981. HB. Poona, Rebel Publishing House, 1997. No subtitle. 448 pages. HB. Tao Publishing, 2006. New subtitle: Talks on Indian Mysticism. 430 pages. HB.

– Vigyan Bhairav Tantra. First Series. The Book of the Secrets. A New Commentary. Köln, Rebel Publishing House, 1991. 576 pages. HB. 40 discourses from October 1, 1972 to March 1, 1973. See The Book of Secrets for annotations.

– Vigyan Bhairav Tantra. First Series. The Book of the Secrets. A New Commentary. Köln, Rebel Publishing House, 1991. 560 pages (577-1137). HB. 40 discourses from March 25, 1973 to November 1973. See The Book of Secrets for annotations.

– The Voice of Silence. Discourses on Mabel Collins’ Light on the Path. Poona, Rebel Publishing House, 1999. 494 pages. HB. 35 discourses from February 9, 1973 to April 14, 1973. Previously published as The New Alchemy. Later edition: Poona, Rebel Publishing House, 2001. Reprint. 494 pages. HB.

– The Way of Tao. Discourses on Lao Tse’s Tao-King. Translated by Dolli Didi from Hindi: Tao Upanishad. Delhi, Motilal Banarsidass Publishers, 1978. 574 pages. Rs. 100. HB. Introduction by Anand Maitreya. 22 discourses from June 19, 1971 to November 8, 1971. Sometimes listed as The Way of Tao, Part 1 or The Way of Tao, vol.1.

– The Way of Tao. Discourses on Lao Tse’s Tao-King. Part II. Translated from Hindi: Tao Upanishad. Delhi, Motilal Banarsidass Publishers, 1979. 512 pages. Rs. 85. HB. Introduction by Anand Maitreya.

– Wings of Love and Random Thoughts. Delhi, Motilal Banarsidass, 1976. 143 pages. UB. 1st edition 1969. The first part of the book is a discourse from 1969 called Wings of Love. The second part is a collection of 224 short numbered texts called Random Thoughts. Later edition: Delhi, Motilal Banarsidass Publishers, 1979. Revised edition. 143 pages. UB.

– The Woman and the Revolution. Compilation by Swami Shivamurti. Edited by Ananda Prem. Translated by Dr. A.D. Batra. Published in Sannyas magazine 1975? (Translations: Hindi to English. Poona, 18.1.1981) Lecture in Junagarh (Gu.) 27.02.1970 Neri aur Kranti.

– Work is Love Made Visible. Translating an enlightened vision into action. Edited by Yoga Pratap Bharati, Satyam and Anando. Osho Media International, 2011. 257 pages. Extemporaneous talks given by Osho on the future organization of his work in Lonavala, Nargol, Mumbai and Matheran, India. Chapters 1-13 were original published as Anant Ki Pukar (1967). Chapter 14, a talk in English: Liquid Organization, is published for the first time.

– Yoga. The Alpha and the Omega. Discourses on the Yoga Sutras of Patanjali. Vol. 1. Poona, Rajneesh Foundation, 1976. 252 pages. HB. Introduction by Ananda Prem. 10 discourses from December 25, 1973 to January 4, 1974. Later published in the US as Yoga. The Science of the Soul, vol.1., and in India as Yoga. The Birth of Being. Chapter 1-5 as The Cessation of the Mind; Samadhi Pada sutra 1-16 as chapter #1.
Later edition: Poona, Rajneesh Foundation, 1981. HB. (wiki). This series from 1973 to 1976 was to be published in ten volumes until 1978.

* Yoga. The Alpha and the Omega. Discourses on the Yoga Sutras of Patanjali. Vol. 10. Poona, Rajneesh Foundation, 1978. 250 pages. HB. 10 discourses from May 1, 1976 to  May 10, 1976.  Later edition: Poona, Rajneesh Foundation, 1981. HB.

Early editions. Title changes. Not comprehensive.

Based on reference lists from Osho Research Library, Poona: Early Editions (2 pages) and List of Title Changes (by original title) (1 page).

– And Now And Here
alt.t.: The Gateless Gate.
– The Beyond and Beyond,
alt.t: The Eternal Quest. Q1=Q1#1 / Q2=Q1#8 / Q3=Q2#8 / Q4=Q3#8 / Q5=Q4#8 / Q6=Q5#8 / Q7=Q6#8
– Beware of Socialism
alt.t: Be Aware of Socialism
– Book of the Secrets vol.1-5
alt.t.: The Book of Secrets
– The Dimensionless Dimension
alt.t: A Cup of Tea.
– The Dynamics of Meditation,
alt.t: Meditation, the Art of Ecstasy.
– The Earthen Lamps,
alt.t; Pointing the Way.
– The Eternal Message,
alt.t: A Cup of Tea.
– The Eternal Quest
Goes with: The Perennial Path
– The Flight of the Alone to the Alone
alt.t: The Silent Explosion. The Great Challenge.
– Flowers of Love
alt.t: A Cup of Tea
– The Gateless Gate,
alt.t: And Now And Here. A Cup of Tea.
– Hidden Mysteries
alt.t: Odysee Within
– In Search of the Miraculous
alt.t.: Mystic Experience. Kundalini Yoga.
– The Inward Revolution,
alt.t: The Psychology of the Esoteric. #1=#9 / #2=#2 / #3=#3 / #4=#6 / #5=#7 / #6=#8 / #7=#1 / #8=#10 / #9=#5 / #10=#11 / #11=#12 / #12=#14
– The Journey of the Kundalini
alt.t: The Mystic Experience,
alt.t: In Search of the Miraculous, vol.I, #1-4
– Kundalini Yoga
alt.t: The Mystic Experience. In Search of the Miraculous
– LSD. A Shortcut to False Samadhi
alt.t: The Great Challenge
– Lead Kindly Light
– Meditation. A New Dimension
alt.t: The Silent Explosion
– Meditation: The Art of Ecstasy
alt.t.: Meditation: The Art of Inner Ecstasy. Dynamics of Meditation
– Meet Mulla Nashrudin
– The Mind of BSR.
– Mysteries of Life and Death (2)
alt.t: And Now and Here, vol.2 #1 = page 1-35 of Mysteries…only
alt.t: The Long, the Short and the All. Complete Mysteries…
– Mystic Experience
alt.t.: In Search of the Miraculous, vol.1-2
– The New Alchemy
alt.t: The Voice of Silence
– Nine Sutras
alt.t: Sun of Consciousness (in Hindi:
Naye Ayam)
– Odysee Within. Unpublished.
alt.t.: Hidden Mysteries
– The Path to Self-Realisation
alt.t: Path of Self-Realization. The Perfect Way.
– The Perennial Path.
Goes with: The Eternal Quest
– The Philosophy of Non-Violence.
– Psychology of the Esoterics
alt.t.: Inward Revolution
– Roots and Wings
alt.t.: A Bird on the Wing
– Sadhana Path
alt.t: Path of Self-Realization. Path to Self Realisation. The Perfect Way
– Secrets of Discipleship
alt.t: The Great Challenge
– Seeds of Revolutionary Thoughts,
alt.t: Seeds of Revolution. Pointing the Way. Seeds of Wisdom.
– Seriousness
alt.t: The Eternal Quest
– The Silent Explosion
#1 = The Great Challenge #1
#2 = The Great Challenge #2
#3 = The Great challenge #3
#4 = Psychology of the Esoteric #4
#5 = Psychology of the Esoteric #3
#6 = The Great Challenge #6
#7 = Psychology of the Esoteric #10
#8 = I Am the Gate #7
#9 = The Great Challenge #9
#10= A Cup of Tea
alt.t: The Great Challenge
alt.t: The Psychology of the Esoteric
alt.t: I am the Gate
alt.t: A Cup of Tea.
– Silent Music
alt.t: A Cup of Tea.
– Towards the Unknown + Thy Will be Done
alt.t: The Long, the Short and the All #2
# Religion and Science = p. 33-54
# Religion and Education = p. 77-107
– Turning In
alt.t: A Cup of Tea
– Two Hundred Two
– Vigyan Bhairav Tantra
alt.t:  The Book of (the) Secrets
– The Vital Balance
alt.t: The Great Challenge. The Silent Explosion. The Mind of Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh
– What is Meditation
alt.t: A Cup of Tea
– What is Rebellion?
alt.t: The Hippie Rebellion
– Wisdom of Folly
– Words Like Fire,
alt.t: Come Follow, vol.1.
– Yoga. The Alpha and the Omega
alt.t: Yoga: The Science of the Soul. Yoga: The Birth of Being.
– Yoga as Spontaneous Happening
alt.t: The Great Challenge

Reference Lists in ‘Handy Reference’. (Osho Research Library as of July 2001).

– List of Title Changes (by original title). 1 page. 15.03 2001.
– List of Title Changes (by new title). 1 page. 15.03.2001.
– Osho English Discourses, Talks and Misc. by Subject. 7 pages. 02.06.2001.
– Discourse Series in Alphabetic Order. 4 pages. 14.03.2001.
– Listing of Discourse Series in Chronological Order. 4 pages. 02.05.2000.
– Books Available in the Bookshop. 3 pages. 02.06.2001.
– Listing of Darshan Diaries in Chronological Order. 2 pages. 11.04.1999.
– Inventory List of Darshan Diaries in Alphabetical Order. 1 page.11.04.1999.
– Inventory List of Translated Books on Osho. 8 pages. 27.02.2001.
– Folder: Publishers of Osho in India.
– Discourse Translations from Hindi to English. 2 pages. 15.02.2000.
– Inventory List: Books. Discourse Series. Alphabetical. 6 pages. 15.02.2000.
– Inventory List: Books. Darshan Diaries. Alphabetical. Included in the above mentioned list.
– Folder: Osho Books. English Language Editions. January 2001.
– First Edition – Cupboard (unlisted material) 2 pages. 04.02.2000.
– English Publications by Indian publishers. 4 pages. 15.05.2001.

Reference lists from topics to discourses are existing for English but not for Hindi discourses.

Book Suggestions for First Time Readers (Osho Research Library, July 2001):

– My Way: The Way of the White Clouds
– The Psychology of the Esoteric
– Seeds of Wisdom
– Meditation: The Art of Ecstasy
– The Path of Meditation
– Autobiography of a Spiritually Incorrect Mystic
– Glimpses of a Golden Childhood
– The Golden Future

Miscelleanous.
– The Great Secret (Gunge Keri Sarkara)
– Ek Omkar Satnam (The True Name)
– Nahin Ram Bin Thao (Nowhere to Go But In)
– Mahageeta vol.1 (old edition – 10 discourses)(Enlightenment: The Only Revolution.
– Bin Ghan Parat Phuhar (Showering Without Clouds)
– Kathopanishad (The Message Beyond Words)
– Bhaj Govindam (The Song of Ecstasy). Translated from Hindi. Unpublished title: The Great Transcendence.
– Bhakti Sutra. 10 Discourses on Urdu Poetry.

PERIODICALS

Jabalpur

* Mukul. 1953. 3rd issue. Osho’s second magazine publication, now printed. Three issues were printed and published in Jabalpur 1952-1953. Editors: Rajneesh and his friends Hari Krishna Tripathi and Baijnath Sharma. From the content: On Kahil Gibran. Osho: My Thoughts (on destroying the old to create the new). On Ghandhiism. Osho: Life, Death and Nature. Jokes. Poems. Letters to the editor, all letters written and answered by Osho himself. Including advertisements. Mukul means a soul or a flower in bud. Only one issue of Mukul has been preserved by Osho’s brother Niklank Bharti. Mukul (Hindi), published from 1952, is documented with entry in Madhya Pradesh District Gazetteers (Shrivastav 1968, p. 652) in the section for magazines and newspapers published in Jabalpur 1951 to 1955.

* Jyotishikha (Lamplight). Quarterly magazine published from Bombay by Jeevan Jagriti Kendra June 1966 – June 1974 when Rajneesh had moved to Poona and a reorganization of the magazine publishing was taking place. For eight years Jyotishikha was making a common link between the followers of Rajneesh. First issue: Jyotishikha. Vol.1, Issue 1. June 1966. 110 pages. Editor: Jattu Bhai Mehta. Publisher: Raman Lal Shah, Bombay. Printer: States People Press, Bombay. Quarterly magazine. Subscription: 5 rupees for one year. “June 1966. Jyoti Shikha. Edited by Durlabhji Khetani, Gulab Chandra Seth, Rishabh Das Banka and Purima Bahin. Later on it was edited by Mahipal.” (Gyan Bhed. Interview. Kanpur. 14.09.2007)

* Yukrant (Abreviation of: Youth – Revolution). Monthly magazine published from Jabalpur 15.6.1969 – April/May 1975. First editor: Ajeet Kumar with also Arvind Kumar Jain, Kranti and Shree Abdul Radeem involved as editors of the first issue. First issue: Yukrant. Vol.1, issue no. 1. Dated 15.6.1969. 20 pages. 60 paisa. Editor: Ajeet Kumar. Publisher: Yukrand Prakashan. Printer: Swadesh Printing Press, Naudra Bridge, Jabalpur. Monthly. Photo of Acharya Rajneesh on frontcover. Last issue: Vol.6, issue no.57. April/May 1975. Issue 10/11, year 6. Editor: Arvind Kumar. 2nd. editor: Urmila. 3rd editor: Aalok Pandev. Publisher: Arvind Kumar. Monthly. (Vijay Bharti. Interview. New Delhi. February 2000).

Bombay

* Jyotishikha (Lamplight). Quarterly magazine published from Bombay by Jeevan Jagriti Kendra June 1966 – June 1974 when Rajneesh moved to Poona. See information in: Periodicals. Jabalpur.

* Yukrant (Abreviation of: Youth – Revolution). Monthly magazine published from Jabalpur 15.6.1969 – April/May 1975. See information in: Periodicals. Jabalpur.

* Sannyas. Jan/Feb. 1972 – 1981. Bombay, from 1974 Poona. Bi-monthly magazine. Colour print.

* Anand. 1973. 2-3 issues. Editor: Chaitanya Keerti. Published from Haryana and Ludhiana. In Hindi. Title change to Anandini.

* Anandini. 1973. Editor: Chaitanya Keerti. Published from Ludhiana. In Hindi. The magazine was sanctioned by Osho but was not an ‘official’ magazine as Yukrand and Jyoti Shikha. Title change to Rajneesh Sandesh

* Rajneesh Sandesh (The Message of Rajneesh). 1973-74. 3-4 issues. Editor: Chaitanya Keerti. Published from Patna. In Hindi. Title change to Rajneesh Foundation Newsletter after move to Poona.

* Rajneesh Foundation Newsletter. January 1975 – 1981. Fortnightly containing one lecture and news. With Keerti as editor of Hindi edition and Teertha of the English edition. Title change 1982: Rajneesh Newsletter. Rajneesh Foundation International. Rajneeshpuram, Oregon. USA.

 

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