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FAQs about Festivals

FAQs about Festivals

To view our 2014 Monsoon Festival Slideshow,  click here.
 
Music & Meditation - Monsoon Festival
 
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
 
 
Are there any special charges for the festival?
 
There are no special charges for the festival.
 
The daily entry sticker includes the full-day meditation program and the open-air classes in Buddha Grove. Entry stickers are available to purchase for 1-10 days or for 30 days.
 
For 1 and 2 day entry stickers: the cost per day is 1360 INR for international visitors and 
660 INR for resident Indian nationals.
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Buying entry stickers for a minimum of 3-10 days: the cost per day  for internationals is discounted to 1020 INR and to 496 INR for resident Indian nationals.
 
The cost for a 30 days sticker is 24,480 INR for internationals and 11,880 INR for resident Indian nationals.
 
Discounted 3, 5, and 10 day entry stickers can be purchased and can start the same or the following day.
 
First time visitors will need to pay 1300 INR for registration, HIV/Aids test, gate pass with digital photo and participation in the Welcome Morning. This does not include the actual daily entry sticker.
 
 
There is no need to register specially for the festival. The normal Meditation Resort registration includes entry to the festival. 
 
For more information  click here
 
No, this amount is for participation in all meditations in the Osho Auditorium, Chuang Tzu and the events and classes in the Buddha Grove, and the regular nightlife events. 
 
For the daily program of meditations  click here
 
Yes, you can stay at our guesthouse. For booking please click here or email  guesthouse@osho.com or call 020 6601900.
 
Alternatively, you can arrange a booking in any of the hotels and private rooms available close to the Meditation Resort.
 
Maroon robes only are worn for all daytime activities from 9 am to 4 pm. White robes only are worn for the evening meditation. 
 
It will be good to buy the robes at our galleria as the robes here are made according to Osho's specifications.
 
There is no dress code for the night events.
 
What is the point of wearing maroon robes? 
To answer this question  click here
 
You can buy clean, hygienic, national or international, vegetarian food that is available at the eateries on campus, including the poolside Zorba the Buddha.
 
Not necessarily. Every day is complete in itself. You can stay as long as you wish. However, to get the most out of the festival it is obviously best to participate in this environment of meditation and celebration for at least the full five festival days.
 
Not needed. You can walk into the Welcome Center between 9 am to 3.30 pm and register.
 
For more information about the Osho International Meditation Resort, you can read the Meditation Resort FAQs  here....