Osho Commune International is an ashram founded by Rajneesh Chandra Mohan Jain, popularly known as Osho. Situated in the Koregaon Park of Pune, Osho Ashram is mainly famous for the meditation courses it offers. Away from the hectic pace of city life, the ashram comes as a welcome relief for the people. Since people come here to heal themselves through self-discovery, the ashram is also known as 'Spiritual Disney Land' also. The eight faculties of Osho Multiversity provide a range of courses, each suiting a different type of person.
Osho Rajneesh left the world on 19 January 1990, leaving behind his legacy in the form of Osho Ashram of Puna, India. The welcome center of the commune remains open to the visitors from 9:00 am to 3:30 pm. Numerous facilities are provided at Osho Commune International of Pune. These include massage parlors, beauty parlors, swimming pool, sauna, tennis courts, basketball courts, etc. The ashram complex also has a number of beautifully landscaped gardens, which remain open to the general public in the mornings as well as evenings.
Osho Multiversity is believed to be the world's largest institution where people are taught meditation and personal development methods. The curriculum includes western therapy approaches, healing arts, esoteric sciences, creative arts, martial arts, tantra, zen, sufism, etc. The courses taught at the university are based on meditation and their duration can range from one day to three months. The subjects taught here include Body Work, Centering and Awareness, Creativity, Esoteric Sciences, Meditation and Transformative Work.
Every month, meditation programs take place in one weekend, which starts on the second Friday. These three days, people just experience and practice the meditation techniques of Osho.
Osho's Samadhi (last resting place) is situated amidst magnificent surrounding of marble and glass. People can do meditation at the samadhi, four times a day.