Talk:Jeevan Hi Hai Prabhu (जीवन ही है प्रभु)
re Jeevan Hi Hai Prabhu Aur Na Khojna Kahin
- Title has been corrected re spelling of "Prabhu." "Jeevan Hi Hai Prabhu" is the title of an audio available at Osho World and Tao Vision, plus that title is mentioned at numerous other sources. Only here and a couple of places is it coupled with "Na Khojna Kahin." (Actually, "Aur" just means "and.")
- Still, book image does add those extra words, so possibly there is extra material not in the original JHHP. Sarlo (talk) 22:41, 1 September 2013 (PDT)
New view is that this "Aur Na Khojna Kahin" is in smaller letters on the cover and referred to in no Hindi sites, so is very likely just a subtitle. -- Sarlo (talk) 23:11, 5 March 2014 (PST)
1. प्रभु की खोज 2. बहने दो जीवन को 3. प्रभु की पुकार 4. जीवन बहाव है महान से महान की तरफ 5. प्रभु का द्वार 6. ध्यान अविरोध है 7. जीवन ही है प्रभु
Jul 2017 update, 1989 edition:
The 1989 edition, just added, has a few anomalies. It is missing two chapters, #4 and 6 above, otherwise titles are the same. Its nominal publisher, a Center in Gujarat, Manan, is not found elsewhere in the wiki for anything. Other than their name as the publisher, all the rest of the gang seem to be the usual 50 Koregaon Park lot. Perhaps Manan made a donation to pay for publishing it.
And the nominal subtitle, which has not been part of the title in the wiki's reckoning, assumes a larger profile in this 1989 edition, with its font identical to that of the title. Such an appearance, along with its different chapter content, might normally make it part of the title and necessitate the creation of another page, but the larger font and omission of two chapters could just as easily be accidental or random, so my feeling is to leave it as it is.
What this subtitle actually does to augment the title might also be explored. The approximate meaning of the whole thing would be, "Life itself is the only god, and no need to search anywhere else". The "and no need to search anywhere else" is fairly unnecessary in this version, so another reason not to elevate it to full titlehood. But i will consult more about it. I note that it is left completely out of the 2014 edition from Krishna Prakashan, admittedly an "outside" publisher.
One other matter in this edition is its dating, July 1989, with author's name as "Osho Rajneesh". This edition has the potential for another version of Osho's name change explanation, so i will be exploring that too. -- doofus-9 19:37, 30 July 2017 (UTC)
Shailendra shared TOC of old edition with some info on each event:
7 talks in old edition, Audios are still Seven, from Junagadh Camp 1969-
- 1. प्रभु की खोज 9 December Night discourse
- 2. बहने दो जीवन को 10 December Morning Meditation
- 3. प्रभु की पुकार 10 December Night discourse Q&A
- 4. जिंदगी बहाव है- महान से महानतर की तरफ 11 December Morning Meditation
- 5. प्रभु का द्वार 11 December Night discourse
- 6. ध्यान अविरोध है 12 December Morning Meditation Q&A
- 7. जीवन ही है प्रभु 12 December Night discourse
- "Q&A" added to #3, #6 and #7 per info from Jagdish (image), who doesn't mention meditation on #6 morning, otherwise corroborates Shailendra.
About new edition Shailendra added:
Only 5 talks in new edition- 4th & 6th are combined in 2nd -- all three are Morning Meditations (Tathata Dhyan-1, 2, 3, One Hour each)
- 1. प्रभु की खोज
- 2. बहने दो जीवन को
- 3. प्रभु की पुकार
- 4. प्रभु का द्वार
- 5. जीवन ही है प्रभु
--DhyanAntar 08:58, 12 September 2018 (UTC)
Hindi series of talks with dates 2 (source document): "अन्धविश्वासो से मुक्ति, 1 talk, Junagadh, 12 Dec." (Andhvishvaso(n) se mukti). It listed after 4 talk in Janagadh 9-12 Dec. It can be one of talks of the series.--DhyanAntar 10:37, 3 September 2020 (UTC)