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The extremist therapy ashram created at Poona (Pune) by Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh (1931-1990) is one of the most controversial episodes in Indian guru history. Numerous errors have been found in the Rajneesh output. Timothy Conway (1) sampled the interviews found in (Rajneesh Foundation, 1986, and online extensions).The extension in Oregon during the 1980s involved a commune that became notorious for aggressive behaviour on the part of an elite. He concluded that Rajneesh was "woefully uninformed" about many of his topics (The Enigmatic Bhagwan).
The chief ministrant of the commune was Ma Anand Sheela, whose devotion to the guru was accompanied by an agenda which got out of control. For instance, Rajneesh stated that no Buddhists had been in India for two and a half thousand years.After Rajneesh was deported and returned to India, he changed his name to Osho. The erroneous judgment here was that the Buddhists had to escape from India because the Hindus were killing them. The Rajneesh books are useless for the history of various mystical traditions referred to, e.g., Zen, Sufism, Taoism. Many of the books derive from the guru's prolific discourses of the 1974-81 phase at the controversial Poona (Pune) ashram. Partisans said that they found this treatment helpful because Rajneesh bypassed theological issues.
Diverse schools of Buddhism were active in India for fifteen centuries, and there were many complexities lost upon superficial reporting.Rajneesh presented Gautama Buddha as the cause of India's poverty.