Acharya Rajneesh, also known as Osho, was a spiritual leader who was born in Kuchwada, India, on December 11, 1931. He died on January 19, 1990, in Pune, India. His death anniversary, which is celebrated on January 19 each year, is known as Acharya Rajneesh Punyatithi.
Osho was a controversial figure who was both loved and hated. He was a proponent of free speech and sexual freedom, and he often made controversial statements. However, he was also a gifted speaker and writer, and his teachings have had a profound impact on millions of people around the world.
Osho’s teachings are eclectic and draw from a variety of sources, including Eastern mysticism, Western psychology, and modern science. He emphasized the importance of individual freedom and responsibility, and he taught that everyone has the potential to achieve enlightenment.
Osho’s teachings have been translated into over 60 languages, and his books and lectures have sold millions of copies. He has also founded several meditation centers and ashrams around the world, which attract people from all walks of life.