Talk:Ramduware Jo Mare (रामदुवारे जो मरे)
About this word दुवारे (Duware): दुवारे IS on the cover image, and Duware is cited often in the important Osho sites as such. And "Duware" IS a correct transliteration of दुवारे, and finds the more common version, "Dware," easily enough. You'd think, if you were into thinking, that all that would be enough to give it an unassailable credibility, but not exactly. The problem is that दुवारे does not seem to exist as a real Hindi word, and likewise Duware, its representation in Roman characters. द्वारे (Dware), meaning "via," seems to be a more realistic possibility. Will try to get a Hindi consult on this.
The other issue that has arisen in connection with this book is: what about this ten discourses in thirty days? Hmmm? What about that? Turns out this absence was a certifiable major chicken pox scare, which kept Osho out of both discourse and darshan for almost three weeks. CD ROM even has a note about this, and with a little data-sifting, we can say it is likely that the discourse dates were Nov 11-14 and Dec 5-10. -- updated doofus-9 (talk) 04:36, 5 February 2015 (UTC)
Talks were 11-18 Nov and 9-10 Dec 1979. Source is 1980 ed.--DhyanAntar 04:35, 11 January 2021 (UTC)