Nepal | September 23, 2019

‘Who Killed Osho?’ to be discussed

Himalayan News Service

KATHMANDU: Noted Indian journalist and author Abhay Vaidya is all set to give a talk on his investigative book Who Killed Osho? at a book discussion programme in the Capital on June 7.

Vaidya, a journalist based in Pune, India will deliver his talk at Dabali The Space in Shilpee Theatre, Battisputali.

According to Indra Dhoj Kshetri, Founder at Dabali The Space, Vaidya will be reading a chapter from his book and interacting with the audience.

“A question-answer session between the author and audience will also be conducted,” he informed.

Swami Anand Arun, Founder at Osho Tapoban, will preside over the session that will see the attendance of journalists, literature enthusiasts, and Osho’s followers among others, as per Kshetri.

Vaidya’s Who Killed Osho? is an outcome of nearly three decades of reportage and investigative journalism. It is based on extensively recorded audio and video interviews with Osho’s closest followers and a mass of official documents, testimonies and press reports. Currently the Pune Resident Editor of Hindustan Times, Vaidya has extensively reported on the Rajneesh Movement. He has previously worked as The Times of India’s Washington correspondent, the newspaper’s Assistant Resident Editor and as DNA’s Resident Editor.

The event, scheduled to begin at 3:30 pm, is open for all.


A version of this article appears in print on June 07, 2019 of The Himalayan Times.


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