Talk:Naye Manushya Ke Janma Ki Disha (नये मनुष्य के जन्म की दिशा)

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Searching for this title in Devanagari turned up only two places where the phrase is a chapter title in Shiksha Mein Kranti (शिक्षा में क्रांति). Searching in Western/Latin/Roman turned up just three significant results in May 2014:

1. Gyan Bhed mentions it as among books and pamphlets that were sold at meditation camps in the late 60s / early 70s.
2. It is frequently cited as a source of material in Rajneesh: The Mystic of Feeling, by Ram Chandra Prasad, first published in 1970, revised in 1978 and possibly in line to be redone in 2014. This is one of the very earliest books about Osho.
3. An anonymous offerer of Osho discourse mp3s -- in fact the only known (or claimed) audio source of Naye Manushya, and that some seven years ago as of May 2014 -- writes about Shiksha Mein Kranti that it is a compilation of five shorter books, one of which is Naye Manushya. As he is the only source of this info, it could use some confirmation.
4. Neeten's Osho Source Book provides some more precise information about Naye Manushya. He also has many references to Ram Chandra Prasad and his book, especially in "Part Two," his chapter on the Jabalpur years.
5. An indirect inferential link between Naye Manushya and Shiksha has been established, which is Towards the Birth of a New Man, both a translation of Naye Manushya Ke Janma Ki Disha and a chapter title in Revolution in Education, Shiksha's translation. And this provides a small confirmation of the info above. -- updated doofus-9 (talk) 12:39, 21 September 2014 (PDT)

Either error or JJK printed other edition after January 1973. Source: Hindi Books in Print Lists, list "Jan 1973".--DhyanAntar 09:13, 23 January 2020 (UTC)

Source of place (Babai) is manuscript Manuscripts ~ Shiksha, Shikshak Aur Samaj (शिक्षा, शिक्षक और समाज).--DhyanAntar 13:04, 13 June 2020 (UTC)