Kathmandu- A memoir entitled 'Osho Achamma Jo Mainle Dekhe (Osho, an outstanding person, I saw) penned by Swami Anand Arun has been released.
Nepal Communist Party (NCP) Spokesperson Narayani Kaji Shrestha, Nepali Congress leader and analyst Pradeep Giri, artist Neer Shah, civil society leader Dr Sundari Mani Dixit, journalists Dev Prakas Tripathi, and Guna Raj Luintel and the author himself jointly released the book amidst a programme on Saturday.
Commenting on the book, leader Shrestha said the book presented the stories of sorrows and a spiritual journey that a man experienced while choosing a path for liberations with much courage and dedications. NC leader Giri was of the view that Marxism does not understand and interpret spiritualism in a right way until it studies individual's psychology
. Dr Dixit said he hoped that the book incorporating the deep spiritual memoirs would give a new taste to readers while journalist Tripathi was of the view that the book had manifested the guru-disciple relations in a unique manner. Another Journalist Luintel said the book belonging to the spiritual genre was a collection of magnificent experiences.
Writer Swami Anand Arun said the book was the reflection of experiences he gained in close companionship with his guru. The book published by the Book Hills Publications is available at country's major book stores and the Osho Centre.