Jivan Ane Mrtyu (જીવન અને મૃત્યુ)

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translated from
Hindi: Main Mrityu Sikhata Hun (मैं मृत्यु सिखाता हूं), 1973 ed., ch. 8 and 9 (published later)
translated by Saubhagyachandra G. Turakhiya
It is an Indian tradition to organise various remedies for peace of the soul of departed. These two public discourses in Bombay were organised by Mrs. Mrudulaben Vinodbhai Mehta in respect of his died father-in-law Mr. Chunilal Bhaichand Mehta, a well-known businessman. The book is also published with financial support of Mr. Vinodbhai Chunilal Mehta and Mrs. Mrudulaben in memory of Mr. Chunilal Bhaichand Mehta and his wife Mrs. Tapiben Chunilal Mehta. See discussion for an exploration of the publisher's statement, found opp p 1.
The book may be published in Hindi as Jeevan Aur Mrityu (जीवन और मृत्यु).
time period of Osho's original talks/writings
Nov 4, 1969 to Nov 5, 1969 : timeline
number of discourses/chapters
2   (see table of contents)


Jivan Ane Mrtyu cover - Gujarati.jpg

Jivan Ane Mrtyu (જીવન અને મૃત્યુ)

Year of publication : Nov 1969
Publisher : Jivan Jagruti Kendra
Number of pages : 63
Hardcover / Paperback / Ebook : P
Edition notes :
publisher: Ishwarlal Narayanji Shah, secretary, Jivan Jagruti Kendra, Empire Building, Fort, Mumbai
first edition, 5000 copies
November 1969
price 1/50 [over-writing apparently 1 rupee]
printer: Kanti Shah, Yagya Mudrika, Vadodara

table of contents

editions 1969.11
chapter titles
event location duration media
1 જીવન અને મૃત્યુ 4 Nov 1969 pm Bhulabhai Desai Auditorium,
1h 13min audio
2 જીવન અને મૃત્યુ: પ્રશ્નોત્તર 5 Nov 1969 am Opera House, Bombay 0h 57min audio