India My Love by Osho – Book Review

This book reveals the true grandeur of India. It is a love poem, a song from the Lover to the Beloved with India being the Beloved. Osho focuses not on an ephemeral political history but on the eternal and mystical dimensions opened by the incredible depth and breadth of India’s spiritual research. This book is esoteric, playful, passionate and tender. For anyone who has ever travelled in India and met the unexpected, the unexplained and magical, this book will inspire you to dive even deeper into Indian culture next time you go. If you have never been to India it will most likely inspire you to take that journey to the mother land. If you are living in India, it will help you to understand your true and magnificent heritage.

A quote from the book says:
India is not just a geography or history. It is not only a nation, a country, a mere piece of land. It is something more: it is a metaphor, poetry, something invisible but very tangible. It is vibrating with certain energy fields that no other country can claim.
 For almost ten thousand years, thousands of people have reached to the ultimate explosion of consciousness. Their vibration is still alive, their impact is in the very air; you just need a certain perceptivity, a certain capacity to receive the invisible that surrounds this strange land.
It is strange because it has renounced everything for a single search, the search for the truth.

A quote from Pritish Nandy, journalist and TV personality says:
Few people have understood India like Osho. It was an understanding at many levels. The philosophical, the historic, the purely emotional and even the political and literary, the wanton and the spiritual. His was a holistic understanding. An understanding that went beyond words, into the unchartered terrain of true love.

I highly recommend this book. It will awaken you to the true potential of life. It will inspire the passionate seeker within you to dance in joy.

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