Osho loves the Nirvan Upanishad because it is so revolutionary - revolutionary because it insists that the only way to experience true awareness is to go beyond all systems of morality. Maybe this startling message is the reason why Osho's commentary on this Upanishad is the first that has ever been made. Speaking at a meditation camp in Mount Abu, Rajasthan, Osho shows that the real experience of truth is something way beyond the many names we may call it or claim to know it by. It is only to be found behind a thousand names, only to be found by those prepared "to bow down to that which you wish to become." This book is an inspiration to start that quest. "There is no statement as revolutionary as this to be found anywhere else, in any scripture."
Osho - Osho is in a category all of his own and as he states: "I am nobody. I don't belong to any nation, I don't belong to any religion, I don't belong to any political party. I am simply an individual, the way existence created me. I have kept myself absolutely uninfluenced by any idiotic ideology - religious, political, social, financial. And the miracle is that because I am not burdened with all these glasses on my eyes and curtains before me, I can see clearly." "I am sharing this with you in the hope that you will also begin your own journey to nirvana, that you will continue to flow towards it."