Author: Kalidas Joshi
Publisher: Pustak Mahal
ISBN/UPC (if available): 8122308996
Scores of books in English were prepared during the lifetime of J. Krishnamurti, the great humanist sage of the 20th century, from his talks and discourses delivered throughout the world for over 50 years.
After his death in 1986, functionaries of his three Foundations in the US (Ojai, California), England (Brockwood Park) and Chennai, India, feeling somewhat orphaned without his graceful presence, brought out even more books from what was said by him on different topics.
Strangely enough, the problem of what exactly was the main thrust of his teachings has still not been addressed. This book is perhaps the first attempt to gather, in a single volume, almost all significant aspects of his teachings.
Furthermore, with its explanatory discussions, after reading this book if one were to read any original book of J. Krishnamurti, those books would be more enlightening, clearly understandable and more enjoyable. It would not be incomprehensible, as is usually the case with most lay readers who venture to read J Krishnamurti. This is a book that every admirer of J Krishnamurti, every lover of philosophy and every seeker of truth, would do well to read.
Who was J Krishnamurti?
What were the Teachings?
Unintelligibility-a Peculiarity of the Teachings
Problems of Human Life
List No 1 187 Problems of Human Life
List No 2 1 to 27 Groups of Problems