Osho Ashram in Pune | Author: Manjari Singh

Osho Ashram or Ashram of Bhagwaan Rajneesh, as Rajneesh Chandra Mohan called himself, located in Pune is a destination for people seeking spiritualism. Osho, the mystical preacher and professor of Philosophy a flamboyant guru was not a follower of any particular religion, tradition or philosophy. He motivated his followers by Pop psychology of California and mysticism of India. He was tagged as “sex guru”, because of his liberal outlook on sex which is otherwise a taboo. The Osho Ashram is a massive ashram at Koregaun Park in Pune. It is a Yoga and Meditation center which imparts training in spiritual uplift and meditation. People get rid of stress of the hectic life by various meditation techniques (like Osho Kundalini meditation, Osho Nadabrahma meditation, Osho dynamic meditation and Osho Nataraj) taught here daily in a one hour session.

Years after the death of Osho, the Ashram of Osho attracts hordes of tourists. The ashram is ideal for spiritualism, rejuvenation and languor. Tourista from almost 100 countries inhabit the ashram for various purposes – resting, meditating, relaxing, rejuvenating or swimming. The ashram is open on all days round the year. It has no facility for accommodation so the tourists have to stay in the hotels in the nearby vicinity. But inside the ashram you will get all kinds of facilities like email, fax, phone, swimming pool, sauna, tennis court, basketball court, beauty parlors, bookshop, bistro and a splendid Zen Garden - Osho Teertha, daily open for public from 6 A.M. to 9 A.M. and from 4 P.M. to 7 P.M.

The Osho Commune

People who come to Ashram and join in the Osho Commune are ascribed new names and titles like the men are called 'Swami' and the women are called 'Ma'. Residents of Ashram are robed in maroon colored outfits for day time daily chores and white robes for evening meditation with a 108 beads of 'Rudraksha Mala' round their neck. The Buddha Hall is the main location for meditating and dancing where “White Robe Brotherhood” come accumulate in evening. The “Osho Samadhi” is also important as the ashes of Guru are kept here.

People who are desirous of of meditating at the commune have a fill up an application form, undergo a HIV test at the spot and buy three robes of maroon and white color. Meditation cost Rs.100 per day for foreigners and Rs.35 for Indians. A casual visitor to the Ashram can tour for an hour and have a video presentation that is worth Rs. 70 which includes some Osho Literature.

This distinct destination in Pune becomes more delightful at night with tropical and serene environment. So of you wish a go to distinguished place for spiritualism, Osho Ashram in Pune is the best alternative for you.

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