Osho, India and Me

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If you were there in Poona One – reading this book is a must.
If you were not there in Poona One – reading this book is a must.
Krishna Prem has resurrected those extraordinary days. He lived them and he kept a diary. His writing has the ring of truth, the bloom of spontaneity and the vivid hues of a disciple’s devotion. Krishna Prem was one of Osho’s early western sannyasins. We are lucky that he happens to have a natural gift with words, a sense of narrative and a heart bursting with excitement and love. I find this book a joy and an inspiration. And an accurate history too.
-- from the review by Rashid Maxwell, lots more reviews here.
KP was head of the press-office, and an important part of the book describes his experiences with the press, the sleaze, Osho's involvement etcetera. Those experiences are very relevant today.
author
Jack Allanach (Sw Krishna Prem)
language
English
notes
Chapter 6: "1978 - 1979", last part (p.249 - 254), and chapter 9: "1980" (p.305 - 306) are quoted in Bernard Levin on Rajneesh#Jack Allanach.
And the Introduction of that page has a small quote from chapter 9: "1980", about Christopher Hitchens.

editions

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Osho, India and Me

A Tale of Sexual and Spiritual Transformation

Year of publication : 2010
Publisher : Lulu
Edition no. : 1
ISBN 978-1-4457-3346-3 (click ISBN to buy online)
Number of pages : 357
Hardcover / Paperback / Ebook : P
Edition notes : Copyright © Verena Allanach 2010.
Cover design and layout: Mark Venice
Editing: Annabel Adair, Sourabh V. Allanach
Author's note: To protect the privacy of certain individuals, at their request some names in this book have been changed. The names marked with * have also been changed and are fictional.
Dedication: To the legacy of Osho
With a Glossary of Hindi Terms
Foreword: Dhyan Sourabh

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Osho, India and Me

A Tale of Sexual and Spiritual Transformation

Year of publication : 2013
Publisher : Niyogi Books
Edition no. : 2
ISBN 978-93-81523-58-2 (click ISBN to buy online)
Number of pages : 444
Hardcover / Paperback / Ebook : H
Edition notes : Copyright © Verena Allanach 2010. Published in collaboration with OSHO World Foundation, 2013.
Author's note: To protect the privacy of certain individuals, at their request some names in this book have been changed. The names marked with * have also been changed and are fictional.
Dedication: To the legacy of Osho
With a Glossary of Hindi Terms
Foreword: Dhyan Sourabh