Blessed Moments with Osho

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The author, better known as Laherubhai, or Laheru, was a central figure in Osho's days in Mumbai, seeing him daily and recording most of his discourses there. This is his memoir, a collection of anecdotes, of those many encounters. The book is self-published and translated by the author from the original Gujarati.
For an anecdote from the book, see below: A favorite song of Osho.
author
Chaitanya Sagar (Laheru)
language
English
notes
Originally written in Gujarati and translated into English by the author. It is known as Blessed Moments with Osho, but inside it is called Blessed Moments with the Master - My Life with Osho.
The book is reviewed by Tarpan at Osho News, which also links to an excerpt from ch 1.
The book has been self-published and is available as a hardbound book from Osho Viha or from the author: laheru.shah666.gifgmail.com

editions

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Blessed Moments with Osho

My Life with Osho

Year of publication : 2016
Publisher : self-published
Edition no. : 1
ISBN  : none
Number of pages : 245
Hardcover / Paperback / Ebook : H
Edition notes : © Laherchand B Shah. 31, Israil Mohalla, Bhagawan Ghuvan, Masjid Bunder Road, Mumbai - 400 009.
Courtesy: Osho International Foundation, Pune
Foreword by Ma Deva Anando


a favorite song of Osho

P. 135 of the book:
I started the tape recorder in my car and played the Hindi song of his choice, 'Tum Mujhe Yun Bhula Na Paaoge.' And I gave him farewell, weeping. Then I came back home and sat silently for hours. At that time, I felt darkness everywhere after Osho had left India.
The song he mentions, Tum Mujhe Yun Bhula Na Paaoge, is a classic from the film Pagla Kahin Ka (1970), sung by Mohammed Rafi.