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His absorption in books was not at all a new event distinct from his Indian culture and tradition. Although the Chinese unquestioned have the privilege of being the founders of libraries and library science – the saying goes that they invented writing so that they could talk to the gods – the inhabitants of the Indian subcontinent were taking up the new ways of communication fairly easily and in a most devoted manner. Still the first religious tradition in India was an oral one, covering the Vedas, the ritual laws of the Brahmanas and the philosophical Upanishads. But two new sects arising at the same time did not share this reluctance to write down their sacred texts. To Buddhists and Jains the creation of canons of scriptures were essential and they maintained monasteries as religious and educational centres also in Sri Lanka where simultaneously the copying from dictation of the sacred scriptures on palm leaves was taking place, a physical format quite different from the Chinese scrolls.

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Acharya Rajneesh’s years in Jabalpur 1967-1970 have been covered by Sw. Ageh Bharti (aka Shiv Pratap Singh, born 1934) in a number of biographies, including his diary publication Blessed Days with Osho (2007). He had met Rajneesh in his young age and had taken the opportunity to watch his divine play under numerous conditions. Some of his memoirs were printed in Yukrand in the early 1970s, and when reading these Swami Anand Maitreya wrote a letter to him encouraging him to put his vivid descriptions of his days with Rajneesh together in book form. This first collection of Ageh Bharti’s memoirs was published in Hindi with the title Indradhanushi Smritiyon Mein Bhagwan Shri Rajneesh (1978) (Bhagwan Shri Rajneesh in the Rainbow of Memoirs). In his preface to the maiden Hindi edition Maitreya writes that he can see a future when epics will be written around the aura of Osho, and he recites the words of the Hindi poet Maithili Sharana Gupta: ‘This, a triumphant cheer, in the glory of those who’ll be coming, from those in passing.’ (137)

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In Pointing the Way (Motilal Banarsidass 1979) we have an essential compilation with revised versions and improved English translations of some early books by Osho. They were Seeds of Revolutionary Thoughts (Kranti beej 1965), Earthen Lamps (Mitti ke diye 1966) (preserved as manuscript, see Appendix). A collection of 180 translated fragments from Hindi discourses were included together with letters to friends, incidents and records of conversations. From the editing process Krishna Prem has given us this account: “Path to Self-Realisation has been finished, titled Pointing the Way, and now I’m wading through one hundred and eighty letters and anecdotes and excerpts from talks, trying to turn two old collections, Earthen Lamps and Seeds of Revolutionary Thought, into one cohesive volume. And the book is progressing beautifully. After the morning discourse I cycle home and, naked and alone in the flat, the maid gone, I boil the day’s milk, set out bread to rise and, Ness-coffee in hand, get down to it. There are some exquisite pieces in the volume I’m editing, real little gems, and my days are inspired, filled with the vastness of his vision and the wonder of his words.” (Allanach 2010, p. 171)

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