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"Osho wanted a place
in the Himalayas. So, following
his wishes a group of seekers, who came to Osho in the late sixties and were
with him in his communes, got together to create 'Osho Nisarga' as an
expression of their love and gratitude for their beloved Master." - Ma Yog
Nestled amidst a lush green
natural environment,streams flowing
majestically, Osho Nisarga is built near Dharamsala, with a scenic backdrop of
the majestic Dhauladhar mountain range of the Himalayas. Ecological in concept
and design, and already functioning as a new model of Osho's holistic vision of
life, Osho Nisarga is being established as a true 21st century oasis. In
response to a growing demand from seekers from all over the world, it is being
developed independently as a non-profit center and is built on a solid
foundation of many years of experience in international commune management.
Bordered by pine forests,
orchards and farmland, and at a height
of 1,100 metres, Osho Nisarga is spread over about 6 and a half acres
landscaped in harmony with the natural features of the land - trees, huge black
boulders and an idyllic mountain stream flows through the property.
Our international team is dedicated to
developing Osho Nisarga into a unique Himalayan paradise which pays homage to
Osho's message: that meditation, healing and aliveness are most easily nurtured
in the 'temple of nature'.
Osho Nisarga is a place
where you can participate in
meditation retreats, therapy groups, rejuvenation cures, and training sessions,
making your stay an unforgettable experience.
All packages include full board and
accommodation. Some packages include trekking in the mountains, forest walks,
visit to local attractions, and more.
Nature’s bounty is on offer
at The Kabira Kitchen. Organic
vegetables, herbs, wheat and rice, some growing on Nisarga’s farmland, are
served in a loving and meditative ambience.
The kitchen has been named after the
enlightened Indian mystic, Kabir who used to devotedly offer food to all his
disciples and seekers on the path.
The adjoining dining hall lends itself to
a cozy setting for Nisarga residents to meet and enjoy their meals together.
The dining tables within the hall are
adorned with paintings portraying the inner joy that springs out of meditation.
A serene pond landscapes the open-air dining area.
On arrival, group participants and visitors are
received at the Mirdad Welcome Center,
which is named after one of Osho’s most-loved mystical characters from “The
Book of Mirdad”.
A team of support staff processes the
formalities and provides information for a comfortable stay at Nisarga.
Mirdad houses a bookshop carrying select
collection of Osho books and audio as well as video discourses.