Osho Rajneesh lookalike spreading his message
Life for the photo journalist, Kameshwar Rao was going well But deep within swelled a spiritual restlessness to know about God, religion, society, human relations, et al
Hyderabad: Life for the photo journalist, Kameshwar Rao was going well. But deep within swelled a spiritual restlessness to know about God, religion, society, human relations, et al.
Scores of books, innumerable free advises and suggestions could not satiate the quest of Kameshwar.
It was Brahmarshi Patriji's slogan “Swaasa Mida Dhyase Dhyanam” that caught his attention and led him to ‘Dhyanandhrapradesh’ celebrations held at Patny Center at Parade Grounds on December 27, 2004.
Since then he has been a Rajneesh, who is recognised as Osho across the world, follower and convert.
“There is a lot of literature in English but hardly any in Telugu, so I started translating works.
Osho’s book Maranam Taruvata Yemavutundo Telusa (After death what happens) was an eye-opener and I decided to read more works.”
Till date, Kameshwar translated 12 books and the next one on courage ‘Dhairyam’ is to be released by Brahmarshi Patriji in December.
He said, “After reading Osho’s books, I came to the conclusion that God is not a physical entity and understood the difference between God and Godliness.
Once you know the difference you will never use the word God as it becomes meaningless.
God is the reason for creation and survival of all religions, however, you will see Godliness in everything and everywhere in nature.
Because of this understanding I published those books under the titles "Devudu - Dayyam ~ Veellanu Nammakandi" and "Devudu - Mikinka Kavala".