Geeta-Darshan (गीता-दर्शन) (series)

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Osho's discourses in Hindi on the classic Hindu scripture Srimad Bhagavad Gita were given in the early 70's over a period of several years, and are his longest-running mega-series on any subject in either Hindi or English, comprising a total of 219 discourses. These discourses are grouped according to the chapters (adhyayas) of the original Gita, of which there are eighteen. Each adhyaya concerns a particular type of yoga or path to wholeness which is suitable to particular types of people, their psychologies and so on.
See discussion for a relatively complete and detailed consideration of the Geeta Darshan timeline, with sources, etc.
All the discourses are available in audio form. Those on the first two and 6th adhyayas were given in one seamless series in Ahmedabad and are lumped together as Vol 1&2 but all the others, Vol 3 to 18, come as individual series, ranging from 7 to 21 discourses. For books, first editions came in this same 18/17-volume format. In later years, from the early 90s on, an eight-volume book format came to be preferred, combining two or three of the earlier volumes / adhyayas as indicated in the list below.
The first high-quality translations into English began appearing only in 2012. As of 2019 there are still only the first two volumes translated, ie Vol 1&2 and Vol 3. Links to them via the first volume of the eight-volume set below:

Early editions

Although a few sources from Hindi Books in Print Lists listing Pushp 4, 6 and 7 - it seems they were not published as their prices match to corresponding Adhyayas of 18-volumes set.

The 18-vol set

The 8-vol set

set: Geeta-Darshan (गीता-दर्शन) (whole set)

Fusion editions

"Psychology of Bhagavadgeeta" series:

Diamond editions