Manisha Koirala and Rajesh Hamal released nine Osho books published by Osho Tapoban under “Osho Books below the Cost Price” project. Speaking during the program, Manisha Koirala quipped, “I’ve always been inspired by Osho’s vision.” Koirala, who recently attended Vipassana Course also expressed her desire to come to Tapoban for longer stay and practice Osho meditation.
Rajesh Hamal, revealing his rather “dormant” spiritual façade had an interesting interaction with Swami Anand Arun, Coordinator of Osho Tapoban, where he asked several spiritual questions about success, desire and expectations, among others. After releasing the books, Hamal, also showed his famous dance moves to an enthusiastic crowd of over three hundred.
“Recently, there’s a surge in demand for Osho book in Nepal,” said Swami Anand Arun justifying the project “Osho Books below the Cost Price.” “Since, young student composite the large fraction of Osho readership, we’ve decided to provide Osho books in hugely subsidized price. We will also have a Mobile Osho library, which we plan to take to all villages and rural areas, where people have comparatively lesser access to Osho literature.”
A package of these nine books will be available for just Rs. 210, which is four times less the market price. “Sambhog se Samadhi ki aur”, one among nine published book, which is selling for Rs. 300 in market will be available for just Rs. 60.