Monday, March 3, 2008

भारतीय दर्शन और साहित्य : एक अवलोकन

Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh (1931-1990) was born Rajneesh Chandra Mohan in Kuchwara, a town in central India. Various sources state that "Bhagwan" means either "The Blessed One" or "God" and that "Shree" means "Master". At the end of his life, he changed his name to Osho.
His parents' religion was JainismHowever, Osho never subscribed to any religious faith during his lifetime. He received "samadhi" (enlightenment in which his soul became one with the universe) on 1953-MAR-21 at the age of 21. Rajneesh obtained a masters degree in philosophy from the University of Saugar. He taught philosophy at the University of Jabalpur for nine years and concurrently worked as a religious leader.
He taught a form of Monism, that God was in everything and everyone. There is no division between "God" and "not-God".People, even at their worse, are divine. He recognized Jesus Christ as having attained enlightenment, and believed that he survived his crucifixion and moved to India where he died at the age of 112. Osho was noted for reading very offensive jokes; some were anti-Semitic; others were anti-Roman Catholicism; others insulted just about every ethnic and religious group in the world. He explained that the purpose of these jokes was to shock people and to encourage them to examine their identification with and attachment to their ethnic or religious beliefs. His contention was that national, religious, gender and racial divisions are destructive.

इस भाग में आप कविता, कहानी, विचारकों के लेख व बहुतसी ज्ञान वर्धक सामग्री का संकलन पाएंगे । हर आदमी मे कुछ न कुछ सृजनात्मक होता ही है बस उसे सही दिशा की जरूरत होती है।

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