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A BIBLIOGRAPHY

OF THE LIFE AND TEACHINGS OF


JIDDU KRISHNAMURTI

Krishnamurti at Brockwood Park in 1972

A BIBLIOGRAPHY
OF THE LIFE AND TEACHINGS OF
JIDDU KRISHNAMURTI

SUSUNAGA WEERAPERUMA
With a frontispiece

LEIDEN
E. J. B RILL
1974

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CONTENTS
Acknowledgements ..............................................................................
Introduction ............

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P A R T ON E
WORKS BY KR1SHNAMURTI
Prose Works (1-62) ..............................................................................
Discourses and Discussions (63-268) ................................................
Poems (269-339) ..................................................................................
Education (340-366) ............................................................................
Articles in Periodicals (367-500) ........................................................

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P A R T TW O
WORKS ABOUT KRISHNAMURTI
Biographical Works and Evaluative Studies of the Teachings
(501-825) ........................................................................................
Articles in Periodicals (826-1532) ......................................................
Poems (1533-1559) ..............................................................................

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Appendix (Films, Gramophone Records, Periodicals) ..................

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Title Index to Works by Krishnamurti ............................................


Author Index ........................................................................................
Title Index to Works about Krishnamurti ......................................

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ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
Several friends in various countries very kindly provided me with numer
ous publications and information. Their deeds and words have been a source
of inspiration in the compilation of this work. My grateful thanks are due to
all of them and especially to the following: Robert Gayler (British National
Bibliography) and V. Kulkarni (British Museum) for their encouragement
and advice; Robert Cochet of Nice for laboriously tracing a great many
French publications; Professor E.F.C. Ludowyk and V. Thanabalasingham
of Ceylon for revising my Introduction.
Faber and Faber Ltd kindly granted permission to quote from God is my
adventure by Rom Landau.
A generous financial subsidy from Alan Jacobs (Alan Jacobs Gallery, 15
Motcomb Street, London S.W .l) enabled a considerable reduction in the
price of this publication.
Finally, 1 wish to thank the staffs of the British Museum, theTheosophical
Society (London) and the National Library in Calcutta for their co-opera
tion and assistance.

INTRODUCTION
For more than five decades now Krishnamurti has been wandering over
the face of our earth. The lives of countless human beings in every continent
have been touched, in varying degrees, by his numerous talks, interviews and
publications. His is the voice of a sage who speaks from the depths of a rare,
inner illumination. With compassion and intensity of purpose he continues
to speak of the need for a mutation in the consciousness of man.
There has been a long felt need for a bibliography of the kind I have
attempted here, for use in various institutions, especially in public libraries,
universities, and the like. It will enable many persons throughout the world
to become aware of the extent of Krishnamurtis writings, if not to be intro
duced to his work for the first time. It will also bring to light his lesser known
publications with all the treasures of wisdom they contain.
The publications listed herein have been grouped into broad and conveni
ent categories. It seemed both arduous and pointless to attempt classifying
into minute divisions so all pervading a teaching, where the emphasis
throughout is on fundamental questions. Krishnamurti, whatever the
question he is attempting to answer, and whatever the immediate and specific
subject of investigation may happen to be, has the genius of reverting either
directly or indirectly to that central and essential theme of his message
concerning the urgency of a total transformation of the psyche. A foolproof
subject classification of so basic a teaching therefore becomes difficult, if not
impossible. Besides, one fears that a meticulous and pedantic categorisation
into subjects of his works might considerably detract attention from the
essential coherence and totality of his message. Nevertheless, his publica
tions relating to education have been grouped in a separate section entitled
EDUCATION. The reader may wish to know the reason for this exceptional
treatment of one subject. Throughout his long life Krishnamurti has
concerned himself with educational matters, particularly in certain educa
tional centres in India such as those at Rajghat and Rishi Valley, and in
England at Brockwood Park in Hampshire. Those who are interested in
reading his statements on education will find in these publications a wealth of
information and wisdom.
There are two main Parts: Part 1 devoted exclusively to Krishnamurtis
works, and Part 2 to works on him. Krishnamurtis works have been classi
fied
into PROSE WORKS, DISCOURSES AND DISCUSSIONS,
POEMS, EDUCATION and ARTICLES IN PERIODICALS. The difficulty
of separating his wbrks into watertight compartments became
especially evident when considering books such as The first and last freedom
or Life ahead. Although these books have been classified at PROSE
WORKS and EDUCATION respectively, it can be justifiably maintained
that DISCOURSES AND DISCUSSIONS is an equally appropriate place
for them. This is because these are really compilations from his recorded
talks and answers to questions, as distinguished from essays and other forms
of prose writing. But nearly all the publications that have been grouped in
DISCOURSES AND DISCUSSIONS are those with titles neither signifi
cant nor distinct, such as for example, Talks in Europe, 1968. In contrast,
The pool o f wisdom (although a compilation of 6 talks given round the Camp

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Fire in Ommen, 1926) has been classified in PROSE WORKS on account of


its distinct title. Most of the publications at DISCOURSES AND DISCUS
SIONS have not been indexed, but the items here, as elsewhere throughout
Part 1, have been arranged chronologically. This chronological record of
Krishnamurtis published talks and discussions is also, incidentally, of poten
tial interest to anyone who cares to study Krishnamurtis life. Bv reading
these works it is possible to know some of the places in the world that he
visited, the dates of these visits, the sort of questions that were asked in
reaction to certain historical events as well as his replies to them.
In his younger days Krishnamurti wrote a considerable amount of poetry.
His poetry is characterised by a certain delicacy of expression, a great feeling
for human beings, an extraordinary sensitivity to nature and a yearning to
express the inexpressible. In addition to the three books of poems: The
search (1927), The immortal friend (1928) and The song o f life (1931), many
shorter poems were published in various periodicals. Poems without titles
have been catalogued and indexed under their opening lines purely for the
sake of identification.
Several criteria have been used in the selection of publications for inclu
sion in Part 2 WORKS ABOUT KRISHNAMURTI Book reviews are
excluded. Only books, articles in periodicals and poems that either deal
directly with or refer indirectly to his life and teachings, are included. The
various opinions expressed by writers on Krishnamurti, ranging from the
extremely derogatory to the praises of the highly devoted, have not in any
way consciously influenced, either one way or the other, the implementation
of the declared principles of selection. I have not been in any sense a censor.
A section entitled BIOGRAPHICAL WORKS AND EVALUATIVE
STUDIES OF THE TEACHINGS became unavoidably necessary owing to
the impossibility of distinguishing the biographical works from the evalua
tive studies of the teachings: a good many writers have understandably dealt
with both. This failure to observe such a fine distinction is not pointed to as in
any sense a criticism of these commentators: on the contrary, does it not
rather indicate the clarity of their perception that the life and the teachings of
a truly great sage have to be considered together and cannot be treated apart?
By studying the life of a Teacher we get a glimpse of the teachings. The life is
the living expression of the teachings, for these two matters are inseparably
linked. Something of the aroma of the teachings is surely recognisable
in the life of every liberated being.
The impact of the teachings of Krishnamurti on the life and thought of his
time is something that does not lend itself easily to either calculation or statis
tical analysis. The real extent of his influence on the contemporary world
remains a matter for speculation and conjecture, as this is neither measurable
quantitatively nor qualitatively. Nevertheless, through the publications
listed in Part 2 WORKS ABOUT KRISHNAMURTI, one can at least
read the commentaries of various writers, including the observations of
eminent men of letters such as George Bernard Shaw or Aldous Huxley. It is
probably the case that the teachings have, either directly through Krishnam
urtis own works or indirectly through the writings of others, more than
merely touched the consciousness of modern man.
Those publications that have not been examined by me personally bear an

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asterisk *. In almost every such case the information was gleaned from a
reliable bibliographical source.
Some of the listed publications have been translated into various
languages. In nearly all cases such works have been recorded in the language
of first appearance where known. Unless otherwise stated, only the first
editions of works have been noted. Unfortunately some of the publications
originally appeared without dates. Where the accuracy of a date of publica
tion seemed difficult to ascertain, either from bibliographical or external
evidence, a conjectural date has been given. This bibliography attempts to
cover the works by and on Krishnamurti up to and including the year 1972.
This compilation, which is, incidentally, selectively annotated, is not an
exhaustive bibliography, although it is probably a fairly comprehensive one
of the existing literature. I am painfully aware of the incompleteness of this
modest work. Therefore information concerning any omissions and errors
will be greatly appreciated and will prove immensely useful in future edi
tions.
A biographical synopsis o f Krishnamurti
The purpose of the following biographical synopsis is to convey something
of the significance underlying the dates of publication of the various listed
items. Each publication can be related to the relevant period of his life and
thereby viewed in its right chronological context. Those in search of more
detailed biographical information can do no better than study the biographi
cal works listed in BIOGRAPHICAL WORKS AND EVALUATIVE STUDIES
OF THE TEACHINGS

Jiddu Krishnamurti was born on 11th May* 1895 at 12.30 a.m.


(but on the 12th according to Western calculations) in Madanapalle in South
India, where it is the custom for the eighth child of a Brahmin family, if a boy,
to be named after Shri Krishna, who had once been incarnated as an eighth
child. The name Krishnamurti means in the likeness of God a singularly
appropriate name indeed. Jiddu is his surname which is derived from the
name of the village where his ancestors lived. This surname, contrary to
Western practice, is placed before and not after the other name. His mother,
a woman of great tenderness, died early in 1905. His father, Jiddu Narayaniah, a Telugu Brahmin, had joined the Theosophical Society in its early
years and in 1909 became the Assistant Secretary of the Esoteric School in
India. Narayaniah had been a state employee and had retired as a Tahsildar,
a minor administrative officer. In February 1909 Charles W. Leadbeater, a
remarkable clairvoyant, returned to Adyar (Madras) where the international
headquarters of the Theosophical Society are still located. Narayaniah
was already in Adyar together with his four surviving sons.
Leadbeater and Dr Annie Besant, who was then President of the Theoso
phical Society, soon discovered that the presence of Krishnamurti in their
midst was no mere accident. Their communications with certain highly
evolved beings, referred to as the Masters, revealed the imminent coming of
a great spiritual Teacher who would show the Light to a world enmeshed in
darkness. They found something very extraordinary about the boy Krish
namurti. With their fathers consent, Dr Besant adopted Krishnamurti and

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his younger brother Nityananda. The boys used to play on and roam the
sandy beaches where the softly flowing Adyar river enters the Bay of Bengal.
Thereafter elaborate arrangements were made for their upbringing and
education. To prepare Krishnamurti for his future role it was considered
essential that his body should be made highly sensitive and purified through
a very strict diet. It is significant that he has been a vegetarian from birth.
Those who knew Krishnamurti as a boy have remarked that he was rather
dreamy and not as wide awake intellectually as his brother. Indeed his father
used to describe the boy as of a dull mind. The English teacher who prepared
the boys for their London matriculation observed that whereas Nityananda
had the sharper mind, Krishnamurtis mind was, in fact, the bigger one. He
had difficulties in expressing his thoughts. Besides, Krishnamurti was also
considered timid and it was a part of Leadbeaters work, apart from occult
training, to develop in the boys a sense of self-assurance. As the boy appar
ently lacked mental brilliance, the pronouncement that Krishnamurti was to
be the vehicle of the World Teacher seemed rather dubious at that time.
In 1911 Krishnamurti and Nityananda were brought to England by Mrs
Besant to be privately educated. Although they had both been entered for
Oxford the authorities refused to accept them. Krishnamurti was nicknamed
the Little Prince when he later studied Sanskrit and French at the
Sorbonne. They stayed in Europe for nearly ten years.
The Order of the Star in the East was originally known by another name. It
was founded on January 11, 1911 by George S. Arundale, the Principal of
the Central Hindu College, who called it the Order of the Rising Sun. He
intended this body to draw together those of his scholars who believed in the
imminent advent of a great Teacher and were anxious to work in some way to
prepare for Him. Apparently he did not expect it to spread much beyond the
limits of the College. But a few months later Mrs Besant, recognising that
many people in various countries were ready for such an organisation, took it
in hand and transformed it into an international organisation. She changed
its name to the Order of the Star in the East and, furthermore, she asked
Krishnamurti to be its Head. Those who recognised the potential Teacher in
him placed Krishnamurti at the head of the Order. Later Krishnamurti ap
pointed many National Representatives. The Order consisted of many men
and women from all over the world and mostly of Theosophists. Primarily
the Order of the Star in the East existed to proclaim the coming of a World
Teacher and to prepare the world for that great event. In 1927, however, the
name of the Order was changed to Order of the Star as its members realised
that the days of expectation were over and that Krishnamurti was the
Teacher.
Narayaniah had second thoughts about the custody of his sons. He
demanded their return but the boys had already developed a strong affection
for Mrs Besant. He quarrelled with her and legal action was brought against
her. Het maintained that his sons were not being properly cared for and
educated and that they were also being led to violate the rules of caste. Mrs
Besant who was her own counsel pleaded her cause day after day. She lost the
case in the lower court and the boys were made wards of court. When she
took it to the High Court of Appeal she lost again. She thereupon appealed
to the Privy Council and in 1914, for the first time, the boys, now aged 18 and

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15, appeared as interveners to state their side of the case. She won her case.
The Privy Council held that the minors should have been represented in the
original suit and that it should have been brought in England where they
were resident. It laid down the principle that in cases dealing with minors
who had come to an age of discrimination, they themselves should be
consulted in matters pertaining to their welfare and that no judge should
dispose of them as if they were mere bales of goods.
The years from about 1912 were difficult for Krishnamurti, who was
showing signs of impatience with the glare of publicity in which he had to
live. The adoration of the devotees who had set him on a pedestal was also
causing him considerable discomfort. He left for France where he hoped to
live unrecognised. One notices the first signs of that revolt which culminated
years later in his own spiritual liberation. During the war years 1914-18 he
remained in England and for a short time worked in a London hospital.
While living in the Ojai Valley in California in August 1922 Krishnamurti
underwent a profound spiritual awakening that changed his entire outlook
on life. He became more certain of himself as a Teacher and there dawned a
new understanding of his own spiritual mission.
In 1924 a Dutch Baron, Philip van Pallandt van Eerde offered his beautiful
early eighteenth century castle, Castle Eerde, at Ommen, together with his
5,000 acre estate to Krishnamurti. He refused it as a personal possession, but
a trust was formed to administer it for the benefit of his international work.
Annual summer Camps were held at Ommen from 1924 until the beginning
of the Second World War. Thousands from many parts of the world
attended these meetings, which were addressed by Krishnamurti. (The gift
was afterwards returned to the Baron).
The death of his beloved brother and companion Nityananda in 1925 was
an event of great sadness for Krishnamurti. He described his grief in a
moving poem entitled Nitya.
He died,
I wept in loneliness.
Whereer I went I heard his voice
And his happy laughter.
I looked for his face
In every passer-by
And asked them if they had met with my brother,
But none could give me comfort.
I worshipped,
I prayed,
But the Gods were silent.
I could weep no more,
I C9UW dream no more.
I sought him in all things,
Among all climes.
I heard the whispering of many trees,
Calling me to his abode.

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In my search,
I beheld Thee,
0 Lord of my heart,
In Thee alone
1 saw the face of my brother.
Out of the agonising loss of his brother there emerged a fully transformed
Krishnamurti. He was never the same person again. I suffered, but I set
about to free myself from everything that bound me, till in the end I became
united with the Beloved, I entered into the sea of liberation, and established
that liberation within me.
At the annual convention of the Theosophical Society on December 28th,
1925 in Adyar, under the famous Banyan Tree, Krishnamurti publicly
announced his future mission. We are all expecting Him Who is the
example. He will be with us soon, is with us now. He comes to lead us all to
perfection where there is eternal happiness; He comes to lead us and He
comes to those who have not understood, who have suffered, who are
unhappy, who are unenlightened... I come for those who want sympathy,
who want happiness, who are longing to be released, who are longing to find
happiness in all things. I come to reform and not to tear down, I come not to
destroy but to build.
Then in 1926, through a subscription organised by Mrs Besant, over 450
acres were bought in the Ojai Valley. Ojai soon became another important
centre for Krishnamurtis work and his meetings attracted persons from
many countries.
By breaking through the shell of the self, the restrictive psychological I,
Krishnamurti had at last found that freedom which has been the spiritual
quest of man throughout the ages. In an address delivered at Eerde on
August 2nd, 1927, he said: I could not have said last year, as I can say now,
that I am the Teacher; for had I said it then it would have been insincere, it
would have been untrue... But now I can say it. I have become one with the
Beloved. I have been made simple. I have become glorified because of Him,
and because of Him I can help. My purpose is not to create discussions on
authority, on manifestations in the personality of Krishnamurti, but to give
the waters that shall wash away your sorrows, your petty tyrannies, your lim
itations, so that you will be free, so that you will eventually join that ocean
where there is no limitation, where there is the Beloved. This date needs
remembering because it marks an important turning point in his life. The
publications of Krishnamurti, in a sense, conveniently fall into two catego
ries: first, those belonging to the years of his preparation and search; second,
those since his spiritual illumination.
It is also worthwhile to consider a few extracts from the celebrated speech
that Krishnamurti made on the momentous occasion of the dissolution of the
Order of the Star. After eighteen years of its existence, he dissolved the Order
of the Star on August 3rd, 1929, at Ommen in the presence of Mrs Besant and
some 2,000 Star members. The speech undoubtedly upset many. But it may
not have surprised those who had studied his pronouncements from about
1926, which indicated a clear reluctance to fit into that ready made role
which others had so elaborately prepared for him. I maintain that truth

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is a pathless land, and you cannot approach it by any path whatsoever,


by any religion, by any sect. . . I desire those who seek to understand me to
be free, not to follow me, not to make out of me a cage which will become
a religion, a sect. Rather they should be free from all fears . . . For eighteen
years you have been preparing for this event, for the Coming of the World
Teacher, for eighteen years you have organised, you have looked for some
one who would give a new delight to your hearts and minds, who would
transform your whole life . . . And now look what is happening . . . you
want to have new gods instead of the old, new religions instead of the old
all equally valueless, ail barriers, all limitations, all crutches .. . After
careful consideration I have made this decision to dissolve the O rder. . . You
can form new organisations, and expect someone else. With that I am
not concerned, not with the creating of new cages, or new decorations
for those cages. My own concern is to set man absolutely, unconditionally
free.
At no time since these remarkable words were uttered, more than forty
years ago now, has he deviated from this declared concern of setting men
absolutely, unconditionally free. With an absolute minimum of personal
possessions he has continued to travel and address meetings in America,
India, Australia and Europe. The summer meetings in Saanen in Switzerland
have become an almost annual event. Krishnamurti belongs to no religion,
no race and no country (although for travel purposes his passport happens to
be an Indian one). His real home is nowhere but is yet everywhere. Wherever
he goes he sings the song of Liberation. It is the song of one who has cast
aside the separative walls of the self.
Susunaga Weeraperuma

PART ONE

W ORKS BY KRISH N A M U RTI

PROSE WORKS
(1-62)
1. At the feet of the master.
Adyar: Theosophist Office, 1910. [9], 73 p. portrait, 15 cm.
This little book which is probably Krishnamurtis most celebrated work
was written at a tender age under the nom de plume Alcyone. That it still
appears in various editions and translations speaks eloquently for its con
tinuing popularity. In the Preface Annie Besant remarked: The teachings
contained in it were given to him by his Master in preparing him for Ini
tiation, and were written down by him from memory slowly and labor
iously, for his English last year was far less fluent than it is now. The grea
ter part is a reproduction of the Masters own words; that which is not such
a verbal reproduction is the Masters thought clothed in His pupils words.
T wq omitted sentences were supplied by the Master. In two other cases
an omitted word has been added. Beyond this, it is entirely Krishnajis own,
his first gift to the world.
Krishnamurti made the following remarks to Rom Landau concerning the
authorship of this book:
I remember vaguely having written something when I was a boy educated by
Bishop Leadbeater, but I havent the slightest recollection whether I wrote a
whole book or only a few pages. I dont know what Leadbeater did with the
pages I wrote, whether he corrected them or not, whether they were kept or
destroyed. I dont know whether I wrote of my own accord or whether I was
influenced by some power outside myself. I wish I knew. I dont claim
to be a writer, but it seems to me that no-one can ever tell whether a writer
is directed by a power outside or just by his own brain and his own emotions.
I would very much like to know the hidden subtleties of that complicated
process which is called writing. I, too, would like to know the facts about
the writing of the book A t the feet o f the master. I can still see myself sitting
at a table and writing something that did not come at all easily to me.
(In God is my adventure: a book on modern mystics, masters and teach
ers, by Rom Landau. London: Faber and Faber, 1941, p. 262-263).
2. At the feet of the master. Selections. Meditations: being selections from
At the feet of the Master, by a Server.
Adyar: Theosophical Publishing House, 1913. [8], 107 p., 21 cm.
Based on the first Adyar edition of At the feet o f the Master, these selec
tions are arranged for monthly, weekly and daily practice.
3*. Adyar, the home of the Theosophical Society.
Views taken expressly by Alcyone (J. Krishnamurti) with descriptive
letterpress by C.W.L. Adyar: Theosophist Office, 1911.
4. Editorial notes.
Amsterdam: Order of the Star in the East, [ 192-] [1], 210 p., portrait, 20
cm.
A collection of Editorial Notes that originally appeared in The Herald o f
the Star together with a few talks.

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5. Theosophy and internationalism.


(In Theosophy and world-problems: being the four Convention Lectures
delivered in Benares at the forty-sixth anniversary of the Theosophical
Society,
December
1921, by Annie
Besant, C. Jinarajadasa,
J. Krishnamurti, G.S. Arundale.
London: Theosophical Publishing House, 1922, p. 64-78).
6. Self-preparation.
(In Editorial notes. Amsterdam: Order of the Star in the East, [192-].
p. 205-210).
Krishnamurtis closing speech at the Star Congress, Vienna, July 1923.
7 . Adyar: a great spiritual centre.
(In Adyar. Adyar: Theosophical Publishing House, 1940 p. 17-18).
MS. note in the Adyar Archives, 1924.
8. The path.
The Star of the East, [1924], 37 p. portrait, 20 cm. Includes A hymn p. 3637.
This work provides an insight into Krishnamurtis struggles, pains and
sorrows in his quest for Liberation. In answer to a question on August 4,
1930, Krishnamurti said: The Path was written by me when I still divided
life in that world of delusion. Now to me there is no such thing as a division of
life: it is all, because truth lies in everything, in every blade of grass, in every
stone, in every leaf, in every human heart and mind. To that truth there is no
path, because it lies in each mind and each heart. That truth does not require
a path. What it requires is concentration, awareness, recollectedness,
conduct, behaviour. For that you need no path it is the everyday existence
of life that leads you to it. When I realised that fully. Pathless Reality came
into being.
9 . Towards discipleship (a series of informal addresses to aspirants for
discipleship).
Adyar: Theosophical Publishing House, 1925, X, 144 p portraits, illustra
tions, 18 cm.
Informal and personal talks between Krishnamurti and a party of friends
in the summer of 1924 on the green hillside of an apple orchard in Trento
(Italy) on the Masters and the path which leads to them. Krishnamurti
neither corrected nor revised these addresses which were taken down in
longhand by one of the party. The work is dedicated To my brother Nitya.
10. The citizen as a divine agent.
(In Theosophy as the basic unity of national life: being the four Conven
tion Lectures delivered in Bombay at the forty-ninth anniversary of the
Theosophical Society, December 1924, by Annie Besant, J. Krishnamurti,
Lady Emily Lutyens, C. Jinarajadasa. Adyar: Theosophical Publishing
House, 1925 p. 28-47).
11. International Self-Preparation Group: message from Krishnaji.
Adyar: Vasanta Press, [1925], [1], 8 p 22 cm.

PROSE WORKS

These messages are a development of a series of talks which began with a


small group at Pergine in 1924.
12. Temple talks.
Ommen: Star Publishing Trust, 1927, 41 p., 19 cm.
Five talks delivered during the winter of 1925-26 in the Hindu Temple at
Adyar, Madras, in connection with the reformed Puja instituted by the
Bharata Samaj.
13. Self-preparation (messages to the International Self-Preparation
Group).
Adyar: Order of the Star in the East, 1926, 94 p., 19 cm.
Contents: A new years message The P ath Care of the physical body
Meditation Ceremonial Our place in the Plan Unity.
14. Early writings.
Vol. 1: offprints from Chetana 1969, [vol. 14 nos 157-168], Bombay:
Chetana, [1969], [7], 190 p., 22 cm.
Contents: Ommen Campfire talks, 1926 By what authority? (Ommen,
1927) Eerde, 1927 Radio talk, U.S.A., 1927 Holland, 1927
Bombay, 1928 Ommen, 1928 Campfires, 1928 Holland, 1929
Madras, 1929 Trichinopoly, 1930 Holland, 1930 Ojai, 1930.
15. Early writings.
Vol. 2: offprints from Chetana 1970 [vol. 15 nos 169-174],
Bombay: Chetana, [1970], [7], 192 p., 22 cm.
Contents: Into the light (Madras, 1927) Establish your purpose
(Bombay, 1927) Eerde Gathering, 1927: questions and answers Why do
you serve? (Ommen, 1927) Eerde Gathering, 1928 Build on understand
ing (Eerde, 1928) The purpose of the Order of the Star (Eerde, 1928)
Collective meditation (1928) The value of individuality (1928) The right
basis of life (1928) An interview (Eerde, 1928) A conversation with
Stokowski (Eerde, 1928) Ommen Camp, 1928 National Organisers
meeting (Ommen, 1928) London lecture (1928) An interview in
London (1928) The Teacher and the Order (Eerde, 1928) The flame
(1928) Why bear this turmoil? (Ojai, 1929) Ojai Camp, 1929 An open
discussion (Ojai Camp, 1929) Law and spirituality (1929) Eerde Gather
ing, 1929.
16. Early writings.
Vol. 3: offprints from Chetana 1970[vol. 15, P a rt2, nos 175-180] Bombay:
Chetana, [1970], [7], 191 p., 22 cm.
Contents: Experience and conduct (1928) Eerde Gathering (1929)
Ommen Camp (1929) Questions and answers (Ommen, 1929) Morning
talk (Ommen, 1929) Campfire talks Questions and answers (Ommen,
1929) The dissolution of the Order of the Star (Ommen, 1929) An inter
view on current problems (Eerde, 1929) The cause of sorrow (1929)
Discrimination (India, 1929) The true enemy of freedom (India, 1929)
Benares Star Camp (1929) Adyar Gathering (1929-30).

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17. Early writings.


Vol. 4: offprints from Chetana 1971 [vol. 16, Part 1, nos. 181-183].
Bombay: .Chetana, [1971], [7], 192 p., 22 cm.
Contents: Harmonious living (Adyar, 1930)
Live in the eternal (Adyar,
1930) To the Adyar Lodge (Adyar, 1930) Ojai Camp, 1930 Eerde
Gathering, 1930 Ommen Camp, 1930'.
18. Early writings.
Vol. 5: offprints from Chetana 1971 [vol. 16. Part 2, nos 184-186]. Bom
bay: Chetana, [1971], [7], 182 p., 22 cm.
Contents: Ommen Camp 1930 The wisdom of experience (Benares,
1929) An address (New York, 1930) A talk to teachers (Los Angeles,
1930) The noble life (1930) Thoughts on life Intuition and individual
ity The release of life (1930) From man to man (1930) Lifes
problems (1931) A talk in London (1931) Talks in Callander (1931).
19. The kingdom of happiness.
London: George Allen & Unwin, 1927, 107 p., portrait, 20 cm.
Talks given to certain friends of Krishnamurti at the Castle Eerde, Ommen
during 1926. The Foreword of Krishnamurti is followed by an explanatory
note by Annie Besant.
Contents: The voice of intuition Interest and enthusiasm Personality
The temple of the heart The river and the ocean The value of experi
ence In the company of great men Mind, the creator The altar of the
world Sacrifice at the altar The enchanted garden The eternal
companion.
20. The pool of wisdom.
Ommen: Star Publishing Trust, 1927, 52 p., 19 cm.
Six talks given round the Camp Fire in Ommen, 1926. Each evening the
fire was lit by Krishnaji and as the flames leaped upwards he chanted the
Vedic hymn to Agni, Angel of the fire, and thereafter spoke for thirty
minutes.
21. The meeting of East and West.
London: Fleetway Press, [1927], 8 p., portrait, 18 cm.
Reprint from Foreign Affairs, March 1927. This work was also published
in the form of an article entitled World peace9 in The Herald o f the Star vol.
16 no. 6. June 1, 1927, p. 220-223.
22. By what authority? Ommen Camp Fire talks, 1927.
Ommen: Star Publishing Trust, 1927, 50 p., 19 cm.
In these six Camp Fire talks given at the Star Congress of 1927, Krishna
murti stressed that Truth is valueless if accepted on the authority of another,
however great that person. Each person has to search within his own heart
and discover that Truth which alone liberates.
23. Who brings the truth?
Ommen: Star Publishing Trust, 1927, 15 p., 17 cm.

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An important address to the Star Council at Eerde, the international


headquarters of the Order of the Star on August 2, 1927. KrishnajPs answer
to the question: Who is the Beloved?
24*. World peace.
1927.
25. Let understanding be the law.
Ommen: Star Publishing Trust, 1928, 30 p., 19 cm.
Answers to questions at the seventh International Camp of the Order of the
Star held at Ommen in which Krishnamurti speaks from the great heights of
his own illumination.
Includes the celebrated poem: The master singer of life, p. 28-30.
26. Life in freedom.
Ommen: Star Publishing Trust, 1928, 127 p., 22 cm.
This book has been compiled by the Author from the Camp-Fire
addresses given in Benares, Ojai and Ommen, during 1928. Krishnamurti
examines his own life in the chapter entitled The search p. 59-83.
Contents: The purpose of life Happiness and desire Understanding
The search Stand in your own strength The hidden well Be in love
with life Time Formless creation.
27. Life the goal.
Ommen: Star Publishing Trust, 1928, 27 p., 19 cm.
The gist of a series of talks on alternate mornings at Castle Eerde.
28. The pool of wisdom, Who brings the truth. By what authority, and
three poems.
Ommen: Star Publishing Trust, 1928, 99 p., portrait, 20 cm.
Contents: The pool of wisdom: Ommen Camp Fire talks, 1926 Who
brings the Truth: an address given at Eerde, 1927 By what authority:
Ommen Camp Fire talks, 1927 (Three poems) The simple union The
garden of my heart Come away.
29. Now.
Ommen: Star Publishing Trust, [1929], 15 p., 19 cm.
A talk given at the Ommen Camp, 1929 and broadcast by radio.
30. The dissolution of the Order of the Star: a statement.
Ommen: Star Publishing Trust, [1929], 14 p., 19 cm.
The Order of the Star in the East was founded in Benares in 1911 to
proclaim the coming of a World Teacher and to prepare the world for that
great event. Krishnamurti was placed at the head of that Order in recognition
of the potential Teacher in him. The name of the Order was changed in 1927
to Order of the Star because its members realised that the days of expecta
tion were over and that Krishnamurti was the Teacher. Krishnamurti
dissolved the Order, by his own act, and his reasons for this action are
contained in this celebrated speech at the Ommen Camp on August 3, 1929.

WORKS BY KRISHNAMURTI

31. The dissolution of the Order of the Star.


(In The mind of J. Krishnamurti; edited by Luis S.R. Vas. Bombay:
Jaico Publishing House, 1971 p. 293-300).
32. Experience and conduct.
Ommen: Star Publishing Trust, [1930], 27 p., 19 cm.
A talk given at the Ommen Camp, 1930 and broadcast by radio.
33. Pathless reality.
[4] p., 17 cm.
Ommen: Star Publishing Trust, [1930]. The substance of a talk in New
York on March 19, 1930, which was broadcast over the United States
through a network of radio stations, and which, it is estimated, was listened
to by nearly fifteen million people. Krishnamurti referred to Pathless reality,
when explaining his writing of The path. This explanation is quoted
elsewhere in the annotation of The path.
34. A vision of life.
Hollywood: Star Book Shop, [1930], 6 p., 15 cm.
35. LHomme et les problmes de la vie.
Bruxelles: Association Pour la Diffusion de la Pense de Krishnamurti,
[1931], 16 p., portrait.
36. J. Krishnamurti: an introduction to his talks.
London: Star Publishing Agency, [1936], [13] p., portrait, 18 cm.
Extracts from talks during the period 1933-1936.
37. Tradition which has lost its soul.
Adyar: Star Office, [1934], 4 p., 18 cm.
A statement made by Krishnamurti at Bombay in response to a request for
a special interview about India by the Representative of the Free Press of
India.
38. An introduction to the talks of J. Krishnamurti: being brief extracts
from verbatim reports of talks.
Glasgow: McLellan, [1936], [11] p., portrait, 18 cm.
Paragraphs taken from twenty-five talks in 1936.
39. War abolished: one way to permanent peace.
Sydney; Currawong Publishing Co., 1943, 3-76 p., 21 cm.
(Unpopular pamphlets; no. 2).
This book is virtually a reproduction of a series of talks at Ojai and
Sarobia in 1940.
40. A new approach to life; The way of living; The way of peace: three
radio talks.
Wembley: Krishnamurti Writings, [1948], [3], 16 p., 19 cm.
Three talks broadcast from All-India Radio at Madras on October 16,

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1947. (A new approach to life); at Bombay on February 16, 1948 (The way of
living) and April 3, 1948. (The way of peace).
41. Action and relationship.
Ojai: Krishnamurti Writings, 1950. 15 p., 19 cm.
Two broadcast talks given in Colombo, Ceylon, on December 28, 1949
and January 22, 1950.
42. The first and last freedom; with a foreword by Aldous Huxley.
London: Victor Gollancz, 1954, 288 p., 21 cm.
43. The first and last freedom. Selections Self-knowledge.
(In The gospel according to Zen: beyond the death of god; Robert Sohl,
Audrey Carr editors. London: New English Library, 1970, p. 95-104).
An extract from The first and last freedom.
44. Commentaries on living, from the notebooks of J. Krishnamurti;
edited by D. Rajagopal.
London: Victor Gollancz, 1956, 254 p., 21 cm.
Krishnamurti noted down his recollected conversations with various
persons who had discussed with him their innumerable personal problems.
His vivid descriptions of nature are significantly related to these accounts.
45. Commentaries on living, from the notebooks of J. Krishnamurti;
edited by D. Rajagopal. Second series.
London: Victor Gollancz, 1959, IX, 242 p., 21 cm.
46. Commentaries on living, from the notebooks of J. Krishnamurti:
edited by D. Rajagopal. Third series.
London: Victor Gollancz, 1961, [7], 312 p., 23 cm.
47. Commentaries on living. Selections. Gedanken zum Leben.
Hamburg: Weitbrecht & Marissal, [1956-61], [11] p., portrait, 20 cm.
Extracts from Commentaries on living.
48. The ending of sorrow.
Ojai: Krishnamurti Writings, [1966], 3 p., 19 cm.
The transcript of a micro-groove high-fidelity recording of a short talk.
49. Five conversations; [edited by Mary Lutyens],
Horsham: Krishnamurti Foundation, 1968; 21 p., 18 cm.
50. Eight conversations; [edited by Mary Lutyens].
Beckenham: Krishnamurti Foundation, [1969], 31 p., 18 cm.
51. The flight of the eagle.
Wassenaar: Servire, 1971, 159 p., 21 cm.
Authentic report of talks and discussions in London, Amsterdam and
Paris together with dialogues in Saanen during 1969.

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The eagle in its flight does not leave a mark; the scientist does. Inquiring
into this question of freedom there must be, not only scientific observation,
but also the flight of the eagle that does not leave a mark Krishnamurti.
52. Freedom from the known; edited by Mary Lutyens.
London: Victor Gollancz, 1969, 124 p., 21 cm.
Selections from over a hundred talks to audiences of all ages and nationali
ties throughout Europe and India during one year.
53. Meditations, 1969; [edited by Mary Lutyens].
Beckenham: Krishnamurti Foundation. 1969, 15 p.. 18 cm.
54*. Conversations
Bombay: Orient Longman, 1970, 59 p., 18 cm.
55. The impossible question.
London: Victor Gollancz, 1972, 207 p., 21 cm.
Seven sessions of talks and answers to questions together with seven
dialogues between Krishnamurti and his audience at Saanen in the summer
of 1970.
We are always putting the question of what is possible. If you put an
impossible question, your mind then has to find the answer in terms of the
impossible not of what is possible Krishnamurti p. 160.
56. The only revolution; edited by Mary Lutyens.
London: Victor Gollancz, 1970, 175 p., 21 cm.
From day to day Krishnamurti recorded these interviews in India, Califor
nia and Europe. Many persons had discussed with him their various psycho
logical problems. These penetrating accounts are intermingled with pictu
resque descriptions of man and nature.
57. The Penguin Krishnamurti reader; compiled by Mary Lutyens.
Harmondsworth: Penguin Books, 1970, 251 p., 18 cm.
Selections from The first and last freedom, Life ahead and This matter o f
culture.
58. Tradition and revolution; edited by Pupul Jayakar, Sunanda Patwardhan.
New Delhi: Orient Longman, 1972, [8], 203 p., glossary of Indian words,
22 cm.
The thirty dialogues that make up this book were held in Delhi, Madras,
Rishi Valley and Bombay during 1970-71. Krishnamurtis dialogues with
groups of people in India, who for many years had listened to him and experi
mented with his teachings, are investigations into the nature and structure of
consciousness, its movements and frontiers and that which lies beyond.
59. Aphorisms.
(In The mind of J. Krishnamurti; edited by Luis S.R. Vas.
Bombay: Jaico Publishing House, 1971, p. 315-319).

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60. The urgency of change; edited by Mary Lutyens.


London: Victor Gollancz, 1971, 192 p., 21 cm.
61. What is the religious mind?
{In The mind of J. Krishnamurti; edited by Luis S.R. Vas.
Bombay: Jaico Publishing House, 1971, p. 301-313).
62. You are the world.
Wassenaar: Servire, 1972, 175 p., 21 cm.
Talks and discussions in American universities: Brandeis University,
University of California at Berkeley, Stanford University and University of
California at Santa Cruz.
In oneself lies the whole world, and if you know how to look and learn,
then the door is there and the key is in your hand. Nobody on earth can give
you either that key or the door to open, except yourself Krishnamurti p.
158.
62 (A). Beyond violence.
London: Victor Gollancz, 1973, 175 p., 21 cm.
Authentic reports of talks and discussions in Santa Monica, San Diego,
London, Brockwood Park and Rome during 1970.
We have built a society which is violent and we, as human beings, are
violent; the environment, the culture in which we live, is the product of our
endeavour, of our struggle, of our pain, of our appalling brutalities. So the
most important question is: is it possible to end this tremendous violence in
oneself? Krishnamurti.

DISCOURSES AND DISCUSSIONS


(63-268)
63. Address by the head to a meeting of members [of the Order of the Star
in the East] in London, February 8th 1914.
(In The Herald of the Star, vol. 3, no. 3, March 11, 1914, p. 130).
64. Opening address by Mr. Krishnamurti.
(/T he Herald of the Star, vol. 10, no. 9, September 1, 1921, p. 236-237).
A speech in French on the occasion of the International Congress of the
Order of the Star in the East, in Paris, July 27 and 28, 1921.
65. Speech by Mr. Krishnamurti given at the Champs-Elyses Theatre on
Wednesday, July 27th [1921].
{In Editorial notes. Amsterdam: Order of the Star in the East, [192-], p. 3447).
{In The Herald of the Star, vol. 10, no. 9, September 1, 1921, p. 237-242).
66. Lecture delivered at Benares on December 28th, 1921.
{In Editorial notes. Amsterdam: Order of the Star in the East, [192-],p. 90100).
(In The Herald of the Star, vol. 11, no. 9, September 1, 1922, p. 324-327).
67. A speech made in Australia, early in 1922.
(In The Herald of the Star, vol. 12, no. 4, April 2, 1923, p. 147-148).
It is the man who says, T am going to get there in spite of everything; in
spite of my own feet bleeding, I am going to get there, who is likely to be
great.
68. Notes of an address given in Sydney.
(In Editorial notes. Amsterdam: Order of the Star in the East, [192-], p.
82-89).
(In The Herald of the Star, vol. 11, no. 8. August 1, 1922, p. 284-286).
69. Lecture delivered at the South Indian Star Convention.
(In Editorial notes. Amsterdam: Order of the Star in the East, [192-], p. 6275).
(In The Herald of the Star, vol. 11, no. 6, June 1, 1922, p. 204-209).
Krishnamurti requested his listeners to leave the Convention with this
thought: be happy, but never content.
70. An address by J. Krishnamurti.
(In Editorial notes. Amsterdam: Order of the Star in the East, [192-], p.
189-200).
(In The Herald of the Star, vol. 12, no. 8, August 1, 1923, p. 317-321).
An address to the members of the Order of the Star in the East, at Morti
mer Hall, London, on June 21st [1923?].

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13

71. Two talks by Krishnamurti.


(In Editorial notes. Amsterdam: Order of the Star in the East, [192-], p.
167-180).
{In The Herald of the Star, vol. 12, no. 7, July 2, 1923, p. 274-279).
Contents: Preparation for service To young people.
72. Opening of the Star Congress, Vienna [July 1923],
{In The Herald of the Star, vol. 12, no. 9, September 1, 1923 p. 357-359).
In the first of these 2 speeches it was emphasised that the Order existed to
prepare the world as well as ourselves to become real servers of the Great
Teacher when he comes.
73. Mr Krishnamurti spoke to the children at St Christophers School
(In The Herald of the Star, vol. 12, no. 8, August 1, 1923, p. 348-349).
Krishnamurti, in the course of his talk, deplored how parents were trying
to impose their ideas upon their children. He quoted Wordsworth that
heaven lies about us in our infancy. He told the children that the chief fact
before them was ever to keep that Heaven open . . . do not let the doors
shut upon it.
74. A talk by J. Krishnamurti.
(In The Herald of the Star, vol. 12, no. 10, October 1, 1923, p. 404-405).
75. [Krishnamurtis speech at the Third International Congress of the
Order of the Star in the East, Holland, 1924],
(In The Herald of the Star, vol. 13, no. 9, September 1, 1924, p. 366-370).
76. The Congress at Arnhem closes: Mr Krishnamurti spoke to a large
audience.
(In The Herald of the Star, vol. 13, no. 9, September 1, 1924, p. 394-395).
77. The opening of the Camp at Ommen.
(In The Herald of the Star, vol. 13, no. 9, September 1, 1924, p. 396).
A talk given on August 13, 1924.
78. The closing of the Congress by the Camp fire.
(In The Herald of the Star, vol. 13, no. 9, September 1, 1924, p. 405-406).
The mark of a great man and the true spirit of spirituality is the feeling of
humility towards everyone. Whereas it is very easy to be humble before a
tremendous object it is far more difficult to be really humble in front of
someone whom you think inferior.
79. The Young Theosophists: European Federation.
(In The Herald of the Star, vol. 13, no. 11, November 1, 1924, p. 481-482).
An extract from a speech at the German Convention of the Theosophical
Society in Hamburg.
80. Informal talks.
(In The Herald of the Star, vol. 15, no. 4, April 1, 1926, p. 135-138, vol. 15,

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no. 5, May 1, 1926, p. 178-179, vol. 15, no. 6, June 1,1926, p. 227-229, vol. 15,
no. 7, July 1, 1926, p. 263-265).
These talks were addressed to a small group of persons who assembled
daily in Krishnajis room in Adyar during January 1925.
81. Krishnaji here spoke to those gathered to greet him [at the British
Medical Associations premises in Tavistock Square on the evening of his
departure for Italy and India].
(In The Herald of the Star, vol. 14, no. 11, November 1, 1925, p. 393).
While walking among the hills near Sydney Krishnamurti saw a dead leaf
fall from a tree. He felt that he was embodied in that leaf and was falling from
the tree. If you can become such divine beings, if you can expand your
consciousness in this way, then you shall not only be teachers yourselves, you
shall know how to work into each others consciousness.
82. An impromptu address to Australian members.
(In The Herald of the Star, vol. 14, no. 12, December 1, 1925, p. 444-445).
Nothing exists in ones nature that one cannot overcome.
83. An address by J. Krishnamurti [Star Day, December 28, 1925 at
Adyar],
(In The Herald of the Star, vol. 15, no. 2, February 1, 1926, p. 51-52).
There is no such thing as proof. You must feel i t . . . .
84. Star Day, December 28th, 1925, Adyar. An address by
J. Krishnamurti to members only.
(In The Herald of the Star, vol. 15, no. 2, February 1, 1926, p. 39-41).
This celebrated speech ended thus: He comes only to those who want,
who desire, who long, and I come for those who want sympathy, who want
happiness, who are longing to be released, who are longing to find happiness
in all things. I come to reform and not to tear down, I come not to destroy but
to build.
85*. Causerie faite Paris par M. Krishnamurti pour les groupes de prpa
ration individuelle.
(In Bulletin de lOrdre de lEtoile dOrient, no. 1, January 1926, p. 6-8).
86. An address delivered by J. Krishnamurti on January llth, 1926.
(In The Herald of the Star, vol. 15, no. 3, March 1, 1926, p. 93-95).
During the 14 years of its existence the Order has not acquired any defi
nite form, teaching or philosophy except the one predominant idea of the
Coming of the World Teacher. This indefinite form will help the Teacher to
guide and direct the Order.
87. Informal talk to national representatives and other officials of the
Order of the Star in the East in Adyar, January 12th, 1926.
(In The Herald of the Star, vol. 15, no. 3, March 1, 1926, p. 95-96).
Krishnamurti remarked that for him there was only one thing: the idea of
the Coming of the World Teacher. Everything else in life took second place.

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15

88. Address by J. Krishnamurti at the Star meeting held during the Theosophical Convention, Queens Hall, London, June 14th, 1926.
(In The Herald of the Star, vol. 15, no. 8, August 1, 1926, p. 312-313).
The real goal of life is enlightened happiness. One is oneself the path and
the goal.
89. Krishnaji then spoke.
(In The Herald of the Star, vol. 15, no. 9, September 1, 1926, p. 356-357).
A talk at the third International Camp Congress of the Order of the Star in
the East, on July 23, 1926.
90. Krishnajis speech.
(In The Herald of the Star, vol. 15, no. 9, September 1, 1926, p. 362-363).
A talk at the third International Camp Congress of the Order of the Star in
the East, July 1926.
91. The opening of the Camp.
(In The Herald of the Star, vol. 15, no. 9, September 1, 1926, p. 358-360).
A talk at the third International Camp Congress of the Order of the Star in
the East, on July 24, 1926.
While referring to his brothers death, Krishnamurti remarked: I have
learned so that my windows, through which I look on life, can never again be
closed.
92. Round the Camp Fire, Saturday, July 24th [1926]: Krishnajis second
talk round the Camp Fire [at the third International Camp Congress of the
Order of the Star in the East],
(In The Herald of the Star, vol. 15, no. 9, September 1, 1926 p. 364-366).
93. The first meeting of the Star Council took place at Eerde Castle, on
Saturday, July 24th [1926].
(In The Herald of the Star, vol. 15, no. 10, October 1, 1926, p. 419-421).
When once you have this inner delight, this Vision that never fades, that
has no ending and no beginning, then you will be really happy. Then you will
give to those who are suffering a balm.
94. The second meeting of the Star Council took place at Eerde Castle, on
Monday, July 26th 1926. (In The Herald of the Star, vol. 15, no. 10,
October 1, 1926, p. 421-424). Apart from the speeches of Krishnamurti,
those of Annie Besant and D. Rajagopal have also been reported. In the
course of her speech Mrs Besant affectionately referred to my son
Krishnaji.
95. Krishnaji closes the Camp.
(In The Herald of the Star, vol. 15, no. 10, October 1, 1926, p. 409-412).
Speech at the last Camp Fire of the International Star Congress, Ommen,
on July 29, 1926.
I do not think we need thank each other. We all did it for the pleasure of
i t . . . He addressed these meetings for the real pleasure of it though occasion
ally his body got tired, p. 408.

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96. A final Camp Fire talk by Krishnaji, Ommen, 1926.


(In The Herald of the Star, vol. 15, no. 11, November 1,1926, p. 468-469).
Krishnamurti remarked that he enjoyed life much more than all the people
in the world put together because I have got this inside me. If you have that
you do not want anything else in life, you are absolutely independent and
happy without the complications which ordinary happiness brings.
97. An interview with Krishnaji in 1926.
(In International Star Bulletin, no. 7, July, 1928, p. 31-33).
Border Cities Star, October 26, 1926.

Extract from

98. A talk by Krishnaji to members, December 28th, 1926.


(In The Herald of the Star, vol. 16, no. 3, March 1, 1927, p. 92-93).
99. A talk by Krishnaji (January 11th, 1927). (In The Herald of the
Star, vol. 16, no. 4, April 1, 1927, p. 134-135).
In most of the religions there is a stimulant put before each worshipper
urging him to do good and avoid evil. The same philosophy is found in our
daily life. But to think, feel and live nobly, for their own sake and value, is the
greatest truth. Truth lies wherever we look for it, if we look with eyes that are
absolutely clear.
100. Address by Krishnaji, Star conference, Hotel Sherman, Chicago.
(In The Herald of the Star, vol. 16, no. 2, February 1, 1927, p. 49-52).
Krishnamurti described a vision of the World Teacher that he experienced
while walking in India. Ever since then that vision, that understanding of
things, has remained. . . . I have found what I have longed for, and like all
people who have found something which is worth while, I desire to share it
with others.
101. A talk given to members of the Order of the Star in the East, at Los
Angeles, California. (In The Herald of the Star, vol. 16, no. 5, May 1,1927,
p. 166-169).
Krishnamurti recalled that when he was a small boy his
mother told him that he must be like Shri Krishna. She told me that this was
the greatest ideal, the greatest thing possible for a man to be; and, naturally,
being inclined in that direction, I liked the idea. It gave me a thrill to aim to be
like Shri Krishna, and as I grew, through various incidents in my life, there
always remained in me that desire to be the perfection of humanity, both
emotionally and mentally.
102. The Star meeting held at Queens Hall, London, on June 5th, 1927.
Krishnaji spoke as follows:
(In The Herald of the Star, vol. 16, no. 7, July 1, 1927, p. 261-263).
Every person touches liberation in moments of ecstasy and enjoys it, if
only for a passing moment.
103. Opening of the Congress.
(In The Herald of the Star, vol. 16, no. 10, October 1, 1927, p. 371-373).
The opening speech at the Star Camp on August 7, 1927.

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104*. Confrence donne par M.J. Krishnamurti le 27 Septembre 1927


la Salle Adyar [Paris],
(In Bulletin Internationale de lEtoile no. 4, October 1927, p. 18-23).
105. Address delivered by Krishnaji in Salle Adyar, Paris, Sept. 27, 1927.
(In The Star, vol. 1, no. 2, February, 1928, p. 11-14). (In The Star
Review, vol. 1, no. 2, February, 1928, p. 51-55).
106. Questions and answers.
(In International Star Bulletin, no. 3,
March, 1928, p. 5-8, no. 4, April, 1928, p. 11-13).
Unrevised notes from the summer gathering at Eerde during 1927.
107. Benares Star Camp: opening address by Krishnaji.
(In International Star Bulletin, no. 4, April 1928, p. 6-8).
An unrevised report of the first Camp Fire talk.
108. Questions and answers.
(In International Star Bulletin, no. 5, May, 1928, p. 7-19).
A report of a meeting at Eerde on March 24, 1928.
109. London lecture by J. Krishnamurti, 31 March 1928, London,
England.
(In International Star Bulletin, no. 6, June, 1928, p. 7-14).
(In The Star Review, vol. 1 no. 5 May, 1928, p. 168-174).
Krishnamurtis first public lecture in London at the Friends Meeting
House.
110. Throngs hear Krishnamurti: apostle of happiness talks to almost
15,000. First public address here at Hollywood Bowl: Mrs Besants protege
tells lifes objective.
(In International Star Bulletin, no. 6, June, 1928, p. 33-34).
An extract from the Los Angeles Times, May 16, 1928.
111. [International Ojai Star Camp Congress, Ojai, May 21-28, 1928],
(In The Star, vol. 1, no. 7, July, 1928).
Contents: Informal opening of the Camp p. 20 Talks p. 25-29,37-38,5760 Short contributions to a symposium (Will Americans accept Mr
Krishnamurtis
message?)
by
J.K. Sommer,
Mimi
Porter,
A.P. Warrington, Louis Zalk, Bishop John Tettemer, J.J. van der Leeuw,
D. Rajagopal, Y. Prasad', C. Jinarajadasa and Ernest Wood p. 44-53.
112. Hindu sage discards creeds: personal interpretation of life sole
freedom, Krishnamurti informs disciples.
(In International Star Bulletin, no. 7. July, 1928, p. 30).
An extract from the Los Angeles Times, May 24, 1928.
113. Camp Fires hear wisdom: Krishnamurti tells followers that life must
be struggle, ever going forward.
(In International Star Bulletin, no. 7, July, 1928, p. 30-31).
An extract from the Los Angeles Times, May 25, 1928.

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114. Questions and answers.


{In The Star, vol. 1, no. 6, June, 1928, p. 20-23).
A report of an address and answers to questions at the Oak Grove in Ojai.
115. An interview with Krishnaji, London, England, 20 June, 1928.
{In International Star Bulletin, no. 8, August, 1928, p. 9-15).
116*. Salle Adyar dimanche 24 Juin 28.
{In Bulletin International de FEtoile, no. 8, July 1928, p. 230-233).
117. Questions and answers.
{In International Star Bulletin, no. 10, November, 1928, p. 6-12).
National Organizers Gathering, Ommen, July, 1928.
118. First Camp-fire gathering at Ommen Camp, 1928.
{In International Star Bulletin, no. 9, September-October, 1928, p. 18-20).
119. Questions and answers, Ommen Star Camp, 1928.
{In International Star Bulletin, no. 9, September-October, 1928, p. 5-13).
120. A discussion at Eerde.
{In International Star Bulletin, no. 11, December, 1928, p. 7-11).
121. Is Krishnajis message practical?
{In The Star, vol. 1, no. 12, December, 1928, p. 15-26).
A discussion with Krishnaji at the Star Camp, Ommen, 1928. The partici
pants were Lady Emily Lutyens, Carlo Suares, Yadunandan Prasad,
Margaret Cousins, Mme H.B. Antoniewicz, Sanjiva Rao, Douglas Christie,
D. Rajagopal, Ralph Christie, M. Friedman, Mrs Ramondt, Mme de
Manziarly and Jacques Bienfait.
122. The challenging of old ideas: address at Bow Baths.
{In International Star Bulletin, no. 4, April, 1929, p. 18-19).
An extract from Hackney Gazette. February 27,1929. A report of a talk by
Krishnamurti at Bow Baths Hall in London.
123. Stokowski and Krishnamurti: a conversation.
{In International Star Bulletin, no. 5, May, 1929, p. 5-11).
A conversation at Castle Eerde with the conductor of the Philadelphia
Orchestra, Leopold Stokowski. An extract from The World Tomorrow.
124. Conversation with Leopold Stokowski.
{In The mind of J. Krishnamurti; edited by Luis S.R. Vas. Bombay: Jaico
Publishing House, 1971, p. 80-87).
125. Glimpses of the Ojai Camp [of 1929]: compiled from reports.
{In International Star Bulletin, no. 7, July, 1929, p. 6-21).
Contents: Krishnajis opening address An open discussion Some
questions and answers The second discussion.

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{In Chetana, vol. 10, no. 2, February, 1965, p. 19-24, 36).


126. Krishnamurti at Eerde.
{In International Star Bulletin, no. 1, August, 1929, p. 12-28).
Unrevised reports of talks to the Summer Gathering at Castle Eerde
during July, 1929.
127. Krishnamurti at Eerde.
{In International Star Bulletin, no. 4, November, 1929, p. 6-21).
Talks to a Gathering at Castle Eerde during July, 1929.
128. The dissolution of the Order of the Star: a statement.
{In International Star Bulletin, no. 2, September, 1929, p. 28-34).
{In The Star Review, vol. 2, no. 9, September, 1929, p. 497-504).
129. Ommen Star Camp, 1929: talks by Krishnamurti.
{In International Star Bulletin, no. 2, September, 1929, p. 4-21).
Contents: Opening address Questions and answers Morning talk.
Unrevised reports of talks during August, 1929.
130. Ommen Star Camp, 1929: talks by Krishnamurti.
{In International Star Bulletin, no. 3, October, 1929, p. 5-21).
Unrevised Camp Fire talks, including questions and answers, during
August, 1929.
131. Benares Star Camp, 1929.
{In International Star Bulletin, no. 2, February, 1930, p. 21-28, no. 3,
March, 1930, p. 4-8, no. 4, April, 1930, p. 4-20).
Talks during November, 1929.
132. Winter Gathering, Adyar.
{In International Star Bulletin, no. 4, April, 1930, p. 21-28, no. 5, May,
1930, p. 4-16, no. 6, June, 1930, p. 18-27).
Talks during December, 1929.
133. An address to the Adyar Lodge of the Theosophical Society, Adyar.
{In International Star Bulletin, no. 3, March, 1930, p. 9-18).
134. Conversation with E.A. Wodehouse.
{In The mind of J. Krishnamurti; edited by Luis S.R. Vas. Bombay:
Jaico Publishing House, 1971, p. 58-65).
135. Krishnamurti in address disclaims all religions.
{In International Star Bulletin, no. 4, April, 1930, p. 30-31).
Originally published in the Boston Globe, March 10, 1930.
A public lecture in Boston under the auspices of the Community Church
on March 9, 1930. When asked whom he would recommend to be followed:
Buddha, Jesus or someone else, in an emphatic gesture Krishnamurti flung
out his hands and said, Follow no one! Follow yourself!

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1 3 6 . A talk to teachers at Los Angeles.


(In International Star Bulletin, no. 6, June, 1930, p. 4-12).
A talk given on April 10, 1930. It is neither through conformity that one
arrives at perfection nor by dwelling in the shadow of another. He who seeks
truth cannot leave a mark behind him.
1 3 7 . An address to the New York Theosophical Federation.
(In International Star Bulletin, no. 5, May, 1930, p. 18-24).
1 3 8 . Ojai Camp, 1930: reports of talks by J. Krishnamurti.
(In International Star Bulletin, no. 7, July, 1930, p. 3-37).
Questions and answers p. 20-37.
1 3 9 . Krishnamurti at Eerde. Summer Gathering, July 1930.
(In International Star Bulletin, no. 8, August, 1930, p. 3-31).
1 4 0 . Questions and answers. July [1930], Summer Gathering.
(In International Star Bulletin, no. 11, November, 1930, p. 6-18).

Ommen Star Camp, 1930. Reports of talks by Krishnamurti.


(In International Star Bulletin, no. 9, September, 1930, p. 3-38. no. 10,
October, 1930, p. 3-35).
141.

1 4 2 . Some questions and answers.


(In Star Bulletin, no. 1, January, 1931, p. 10-18).
Includes: A Note on Criticism.
1 4 3 . A talk by Krishnamurti, (In Star Bulletin, no. 5, May, 1931, p. 2-11).
This talk was given in London on March 7, in Edinburgh on March 18, in
Berlin on April 3, in Hamburg on April 15, in Frankfurt-am-Main on April
18, and in Vienna on April 22 [1931]. The talk has been revised by Krishnam
urti.
1 4 4 . A talk in London.
(In Star Bulletin, no. 6, June, 1931, p. 2-13).
A talk and answers to questions on March 9, 1931.
1 4 5 . Talks in Callander, Scotland.
(In Star Bulletin, no. 7, July, 1931, p. 4-18, no. 8, August 1931, p. 9-18).
Talks and answers to questions during March, 1931.
1 4 6 . Krishnamurti at Ommen. Summer Gathering, 1931.
(In Star Bulletin, no. 8, August, 1931, p. 2-8, no. 1, January-February,
1932, p. 11-28, no. 2, March-April, 1932, p. 50-60, no. 3, May-June, 1932, p.
75-80, no. 6, November-December, 1932, p. 182-202, no. 2, March-April,
1933, p. 61-68).
1 4 7 . Krishnamurti at Ommen Star Camp, July 29th to August 5th, 1931.
(In Star Bulletin, no. 9-12, September-December, 1931, p. 2-69).
These talks have been edited by Krishnamurti.

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1 4 8 . Talks in the Oak Grove, Ojai [January to March 1932],


{In Star Bulletin, no. 1, January-February, 1932, p. 5-10, no. 2, MarchApril, 1932, p. 39-49, no. 3, May-June, 1932, p. 68-74, no. 1, JanuaryFebruary, 1933, p. 16-28, no. 3, May-June, 1933, p. 103-117, no. 4, JulyAugust, 1933, p. 161-167).
1 4 9 . Talks at the Ojai Camp [June 1932].
{In Star Bulletin, no. 4, July-August, 1932, p. 98-123, no. 5, SeptemberOctober, 1932, p. 133-156, no. 6, November-December, 1932, p. 164-181).
1 5 0 * . Causerie de Krishnamurti Paris le 21 Novembre 1932 rdige par
Carlo Suars sur des notes.
{In Supplment au Bulletin de lEtoile, no. 6, Novembre-Dcembre, 1932,
16 p.).
1 5 1 . Report of an interview.
{In Star Bulletin, no. 2, March-April, 1933, p. 71-72).
Originally published in Swarajya (Madras), December 8, 1932.
1 5 2 . Radio talks.
{In Star Bulletin, no. 2, March-April, 1933, p. 49-60).
Brief addresses in the United States and Canada during 1932.
1 5 3 . Talks at Adyar, India [December 1932 to January 1933],
{In Star Bulletin, no. 2, March-April, 1933, p. 37-46, no. 3, May-June,
1933, p. 82-102, no. 4, July-August, 1933, p. 130-160).
1 5 4 . Verbatim reports of talks and answers to questions by Krishnamurti,
Italy, 1933.
Hollywood: Star Publishing Trust, 1934, [1], 119 p. 23 cm.
Includes the verbatim reports of talks and answers to questions in Norway
during 1933. All the talks have been revised by Krishnamurti.
1 5 5 . Verbatim reports of talks and answers to questions by Krishnamurti,
Norway, 1933.
{In Verbatim reports of talks and answers to questions by Krishnamurti,
Italy, 1933, Hollywood: Star Publishing Trust, 1934, p. 55-119).
All the talks have been revised by Krishnamurti.
1 5 6 . Radiotale af: Krishnamurti: Udsendt den 11. September 1933 over
Oslo Radio; oversat af Dr. L. Heber.
Kobenhavn: Krishnamurti-Komiten, [1934], [7] p., portrait, 23 cm.

157. Verbatim reports of talks and answers to questions by Krishnamurti,


Adyar, India 1933-34.
Hollywood: Star Publishing Trust, 1935, [1], 85 p., 23 cm.
All the talks have been revised by Krishnamurti.
1 5 8 . Verbatim reports of talks and answers to questions by Krishnamurti,
Ojai Camp 1934.

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Hollywood: Star Publishing Trust, 1934, 3-99 p., 23 cm.


Talks in the Oak Grove.
1 5 9 . Authentic report of twelve talks given by Krishnamurti, Ojai Camp
1934.
Hollywood: Star Publishing Trust, 1934, 2-94 p., 23 cm.
All the talks have been revised by Krishnamurti.
1 6 0 . World overrun by sex consciousness, former Messiah says.
Rampant in art, screen, books, and commerce.
(In The Mail (Adelaide), February 11, 1934).
I am not troubled by the forces of sex myself. . . but I am continually
affronted by the vulgar exploitation of sex, which is rife in the world today.
1 6 1 . Verbatim reports of talks and answers to questions by Krishnamurti,
Auckland, N.Z., 1934.
Hollywood: Star Publishing Trust, 1934, 85 p., 23 cm.
Includes a talk to Theosophists in New Zealand and another to business
men in Auckland.
1 6 2 . Reports of talks and answers to questions by Krishnamurti, New
York City 1935.
Hollywood: Star Publishing Trust, 1935, 3-32 p., 23 cm.
1 6 3 . Authentic report of twenty-five talks given by Krishnamurti in Latin
America [1935].
Hollywood: Star Publishing Trust, 1936, 2-168 p., 23 cm.
All the talks have been revised by Krishnamurti.

Verbatim reports of talks and answers to questions.


Los Angeles: Star Publishing Trust, 1935-36, 4 vols., 21 cm.
164*.

1 6 5 . Authentic report of eight talks given by Krishnamurti at Ojai.


Hollywood: Star Publishing Trust, 1936, 2-60 p., 23 cm.
Talks in the Oak Grove during 1936.
1 6 6 . Authentic report of seventeen talks given in
1936 by Krishnamurti.
Hollywood: Star Publishing Trust, 1937, 2-114 p., 23 cm.
Talks in New York City, Eddington (Pennsylvania), Ommen Camp and
Madras.
All the talks have been revised by Krishnamurti.

Authentic report of twenty-five talks given in 1936 by Krishnamurti.


Hollywood: Star Publishing Trust, 1937, 2-174 p., 23 cm.
Talks in Ojai, New York City, Eddington (Pennsylvania), Ommen Camp
and Madras.
All the talks have been revised by Krishnamurti.
167.

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168. Revised report of fourteen talks given by Krishnamurti, Ommen


Camp, 1937 & 1938.
Hollywood: Star Publishing Trust, 1938, 2-62 p., 23 cm.
The substance of the talks given at the Ommen Camp, 1937 and 1938, as
abridged and revised by Krishnamurti.
1 6 9 . Ommen Star Camp, 1938 (unrevised verbatim report).
Ojai: Krishnamurti Writings, [1938], 31 p., 31 cm.
1 7 0 . Krishnamurti. Australian visit, April-May 1939.
Sydney: Radio Library, [1939], 3 p., portrait, 23 cm.
Several extracts from talks during the period 1937-38.
1 7 1 . Authentic notes of discussions and talks given by Krishnamurti, Ojai
and Sarobia, 1940.
Hollywood: Star Publishing Trust, 1940, 2-75 p., 23 cm.
The substance of the discussions at Sarobia and a report of the 8 talks at
the Oak Grove, Ojai, during 1940, as revised by Krishnamurti.

172. Authentic report of ten talks given by Krishnamurti, Ojai, 1944.


Ojai: Krishnamurti Writings, 1945, 73 p., 22 cm.
1 7 3 . Authentic report of sixteen talks given in 1945 & 1946 by Krishnam
urti, Oak Grove, Ojai.
Ojai: Krishnamurti Writings, 1947, 116 p., 23 cm.
This book of Talks, like our previous publications, contains reports of
spontaneous discourses about life and reality, given'at different times, and is
not intended , therefore, to be read through consecutively or hurriedly as a
novel or as a systematized philosophical treatise. These Talks were written
down by me immediately after they were given and later I carefully revised
them for publication Krishnamurti.
1 7 4 . Krishnamurtis talks, Madras - India, 1947, (Verbatim report).
Ojai: Krishnamurti Writings, 1949, 84 p., 24 cm.
1 7 5 . Notes of group-discussions at Madras during 1947, with J.
Krishnamurti.
Madras: G.S. Press, 1947, 126 p., 22 cm.
These notes which were prepared by R. Madhavachari, at the conclusion
of each meeting, were neither read nor revised by Krishnamurti.

Notes of group-discussions during April 1948, with J. Krishnamurti.


Madras: G.S. Press, 1948, 72 p., 22 cm.
These notes which were prepared by R. Madhavachari, at the conclusion
of each meeting at Madras, were neither read nor revised by Krishnamurti.
176.

1 7 7 . A report of a statement by Krishnamurti during a group-discussion


in Madras, April 1948.
(In Voyage, vol. 2 no. 3, August 1948 p. 16).

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1 7 8 . Krishnamurtis talks in India, 1948, (Verbatim report).
Ojai: Krishnamurti Writings, 1950, 115 p., 24 cm. (Series 1 Bombay).

179. Krishnamurtis talks in India, 1948, (Verbatim report).


Ojai: Krishnamurti Writings, 1950, 75 p., 24 cm. (Series 2 Bangalore).
1 8 0 . Krishnamurtis talks in India, 1948, (Verbatim report).
Ojai: Krishnamurti Writings, 1950, 112 p., 24 cm. (Series 3 Poona and
New Delhi). Includes a radio talk: All-India Radio at New Delhi on
November 6, 1948 p. 109-112.

*. Authentic report of ten talks given by Krishnamurti.


Madras: Krishnamurti Writings, 1948, 87 p., 21 cm.

181

1 8 2 . Krishnamurtis talks, Benares - India, 1949 (Verbatim report).


Ojai: Krishnamurti Writings, 1949, 41 p., 24 cm.
1 8 3 . Krishnamurtis talks, London - England, 1949, (Verbatim report).
Ojai: Krishnamurti Writings, 1950, 37 p., 24 cm.
1 8 4 . An extract from Krishnamurtis talks, London - England, 1949,
(Verbatim report).
{In Voyage, vol. 3, no. 2, October, 1950, p. 15-16).
Krishnamurtis reply to the question: In what way can I help you in
your work?

Krishnamurtis'talks, Ojai, California, 1949, (Verbatim report).


Ojai: Krishnamurti Writings, 1950, 103 p., 24 cm.

185.

1 8 6 . Krishnamurtis talks, 1949-1950, (Verbatim report).


Ojai: Krishnamurti Writings, 1951, 107 p., 24 cm. (Series 1 India).
Talks in Rajahmundry, Madras and Bombay.

187. Krishnamurtis talks, 1949-1950, (Verbatim report).


Ojai: Krishnamurti Writings, 1951, 40 p., 24 cm. (Series 2 Ceylon).
Talks in Ceylon. Includes 2 brondcast talks in Colombo on Action and
Relationship p. 35-40.
1 8 8 . Discussions with Krishnaji in Colombo.
{In Voyage, vol. 3, no. 1, July, 1950, p. 6-10, vol. 3, no. 2, October, 1950, p.
5-8).
These summaries of meetings during December 1949 and January 1950
were prepared by Henri van Zeyst.
1 8 9 . Discussion with Krishnaji in Bombay.
{In Voyage, vol. 3, no. 2, October, 1950, p. 8-11).
Thought can only think about what is; it can never know Krishnam
urti.
A condensed report of a discussion held on February 2, 1950; written on
the following day by Donald Ingram-Smith.

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1 9 0 . An interview with Krishnamurti.


(In Voyage, vol. 3, no. 1, July, 1950, p. 3-6).
An account of an interview in London which was mostly an investigation
into the habit of smoking.
1 9 1 . Krishnamurtis talks, 1950 (Verbatim report).
Ojai: Krishnamurti Writings, 1950, 34 p., 24 cm. (Series 3 Paris).
1 9 2 * . Paris 1950.
Paris: Le Cercle du Livre, 1952, 160 p., 19 cm.
A translation in French of 5 talks from the English, together with an
original text in French of an interview with Krishnamurti. This interview (p.
145-151) was broadcast in Paris sometime in May 1950.
1 9 3 . Krishnamurtis talks, 1950 (Verbatim report).
Ojai: Krishnamurti
Writings, 1950, 72 p., 24 cm. (Series 4 New York & Seattle).
1 9 4 . Krishnamurtis talks, 1952 (Verbatim report).
Ojai: Krishnamurti Writings, 1952, 87 p., 24 cm.
Talks in Madras.
1 9 5 . Conversation with David E.S. Young.
(In The mind of J. Krishnamurti; edited by Luis S.R. Vas.
Bombay: Jaico Publishing House, 1971, p. 66-79).
1 9 6 . Krishnamurtis talks, 1952 (Verbatim report).
Ojai: Krishnamurti Writings, 1952, 40 p., 24 cm.
Talks in London.
1 9 7 . Krishnamurtis talks, 1952 (Verbatim report).
Ojai: Krishnamurti Writings, 1952, 60 p., 24 cm.
Talks in Ojai, California.
1 9 8 . Krishnamurtis talks to boys and girls of the Foundation for New
Education, Rajghat - Banaras (Verbatim report).
Ojai: Krishnamurti Writings, 1953, 135 p., 24 cm.
Talks in Rajghat - Banaras to boys and girls of the ages 9-20, on the banks
of the river Ganga, during December, 1952.
1 9 9 . Krishnamurtis talks, 1953 (Verbatim report).
Ojai: Krishnamurti Writings, 1954, 60 p., 24 cm.
Talks in Madras.

200. Krishnamurtis talks in India, 1953 (Verbatim report).


Ojai: Krishnamurti Writings, 1953, 112 p., 24 cm.
Talks in Poona and Bombay.
Krishnamurtis talks, 1953 (Verbatim report).
Ojai: Krishnamurti Writings, 1953, 39 p., 24 cm.
Talks in London.
201.

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202. Krishnamurtis talks, 1953, (Verbatim report).


Ojai: Krishnamurti Writings, 1953, 47 p., 24 cm.
Talks in Ojai, California.
203. Krishnamurtis talks in India, 1954, (Verbatim report).
Ojai: Krishnamurti Writings, 1954, 55 p., 24 cm.
Talks in Bombay.
2 0 4 . Krishnamurtis talks in India, 1954, (Verbatim report).
Ojai: Krishnamurti Writings, 1954, 112 p., 24 cm.
Talks in Rajghat and the Banaras Hindu University.

205. Krishnamurtis talks in America, 1954, (Verbatim report).


Ojai: Krishnamurti Writings, 1954, 40 p. 24 cm.
Talks in New York City.
2 0 6 . Talks by Krishnamurti in India, 1954-1955, (Verbatim report).
Ojai: Krishnamurti Writings, 1956, 107 p., 24 cm.
Talks in Madras, Banaras and Bombay.

207. Talks by Krishnamurti in Europe, 1955 (Verbatim report).


Ojai: Krishnamurti Writings, 1956, 79 p., 24 cm.
Talks in Amsterdam and London.
2 0 8 . Talks by Krishnamurti in America, 1955, (Verbatim report).
Oj
Krishnamurti Writings,. 1956, 60 p., 24 cm. Talks in Ojai, California.
2 0 9 . Talks by Krishnamurti in Australia, 1955, (Verbatim report).
Ojai: Krishnamurti Writings, 1956, 38 p., 24 cm.

Talks by Krishnamurti in India, 1955-1956, (Verbatim report).


Ojai: Krishnamurti Writings, 1959, 115 p., 24 cm.
Talks in Banaras, Madras, Madanapalle and Bombay.
210.

2 1 1 . Talks by Krishnamurti in Europe, 1956, (Verbatim report).


Ojai: Krishnamurti Writings, 1960, 118 p., 24 cm.
Talks in Stockholm, Brussels, Hamburg and Athens.

Talks by Krishnamurti in India, 1956-1957, (Verbatim report).


Ojai: Krishnamurti Writings, 1960, [1], 117 p., 24 cm.
Talks in New Delhi, Madras and Bombay.
212.

Talks by Krishnamurti in Ceylon, 1957 (Verbatim report).


Ojai: Krishnamurti Writings, 1960, [1], 37 p., 24 cm.
Talks in Colombo.
213.

Education & religion have failed, says Krishnamurti.


{In The Times of Ceylon, January 12, 1957).
214.

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2 1 5 . Philosopher holds press conference. Revolt inwardly says


Krishnamurti.
(In The Ceylon Observer, January 12, 1957).

Religion may solve world problems Krishnamurti.


{In The Ceylon Daily News, January 12, 1957).
216.

2 1 7 . Religion, an idiotic label: Mr Krishnamurti.


(In The Times of Ceylon, January 14, 1957).

Repudiate authority inwardly, says Krishnamurti.


(In The Ceylon Observer, January 17, 1957).
218.

Not discipline - but freedom says Krishnamurti.


(In The Ceylon Observer, January 21, 1957).
219.

220. Probe the sub-conscious, Krishnamurti urges.


(In The Times of Ceylon, January 21, 1957).
2 2 1 . Inward search for truth todays need Krishnamurti.
(In The Ceylon Daily News, January 24, 1957).
2 2 2 . Krishnamurti: Real religion is disturbing.
(In The Ceylon Observer, January 24, 1957).
2 2 3 . Bias for mere ritual decried, Krishnamurti: first oust greed.
(In The Times of Ceylon, January 28, 1957).
2 2 4 . Krishnamurti on true religion & meditation.
(In The Ceylon Observer, January 28, 1957).
2 2 5 . Social morality has produced chaos in world Krishnamurti.
(In The Ceylon Daily News, January 28, 1957).

226. Talks by Krishnamurti in India, 1958, (Verbatim report).


Ojai: Krishnamurti Writings, 1960, 139 p., 24 cm.
Talks in Poona, Madras and Bombay.
227. Talks by Krishnamurti in India, 1959, (Verbatim report).
Ojai: Krishnamurti Writings, 1961, 103 p., 24 cm.
Talks in New Delhi and Madras.
228. Talks by Krishnamurti, January-June 1960, (Verbatim report).
Ojai: Krishnamurti Writings, 1961, 139 p., 24 cm.
Talks in Bombay, Banaras, New Delhi and Ojai.
229. Talks by Krishnamurti in India, 1961, (Verbatim report).
Ojai: Krishnamurti Writings, 1961, 164 p., 24 cm.
Talks in New Delhi, Bombay and Madras.

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230. Talks by Krishnamurti in Europe, 1961, (Verbatim report).


Ojai: Krishnamurti Writings, 1962, 155 p., 24 cm.
Talks in London, Saanen and Paris.
231. Talks by Krishnamurti in India, 1962, (Verbatim report).
Ojai: Krishnamurti Writings, 1962, 162 p., 24 cm.
Talks in Varanasi, New Delhi and Bombay.
232. Talks by Krishnamurti in Europe, 1962, (Verbatim report).
Ojai: Krishnamurti Writings, 1963, 110 p., 24 cm.
Talks in London and Saanen.
233. Talks by Krishnamurti in India, 1963, (Verbatim report).
Ojai: Krishnamurti Writings, 1964, [1], 77 p., 24 cm.
Talks in New Delhi and Varanasi.
234. Talks by Krishnamurti in Europe, 1963, (Verbatim report).
Krishnamurti Writings, 1963, 65 p., 24 cm.
Talks in Saanen.

Ojai:

235. Entretiens avec J. Krishnamurti.


Paris: Le Courrier du Livre,
1966, 30 p. bibliography, 21 cm.
Interviews in French with Carlo Suars in Gstaad during August 1963.
Extracts from this text appeared in Plante no. 14.
236. Talks by Krishnamurti in India, 1964, (Authentic report).
Ojai: Krishnamurti Writings, 1965, 174 p., 24 cm.
Talks in Madras, Bombay, New Delhi and Varanasi.
237. Conversation with C.L. Nahal.
(In The mind of J. Krishnamurti; edited by Luis S.R. Vas. Bombay:
Jaico Publishing House, 1971 p. 49-57).
238. Talks by Krishnamurti in Europe, 1964, (Authentic report).
Ojai: Krishnamurti Writings, 1964, [1], 58 p., 24 cm.
Talks in Saanen.
239. Talks by Krishnamurti in India, 1965, (Authentic report).
Ojai: Krishnamurti Writings, 1965, 142 p., 24 cm.
Talks in Madras, Bombay, New Delhi and Varanasi.
240. Talks by Krishnamurti in Europe, 1965, (Authentic report).
Ojai: Krishnamurti Writings, 1965,97 p. 24cm. Talks in Paris and Saanen.
241. Discussions with Krishnamurti in Europe, 1965, (Authentic report).
Ojai: Krishnamurti Writings, 1966, 101 p., 24 cm.
Discussions in London and Saanen.

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242. Talks by Krishnamurti in India, 1966, (Authentic report).


Ojai: Krishnamurti Writings, 1967, 119 p., 24 cm.
Talks in Madras, Bombay and New Delhi.
243. Talks by Krishnamurti in Europe, 1966, (Authentic report).
Ojai: Krishnamurti Writings, 1966, 130 p., 24 cm.
Talks in London, Paris and Saanen.
244. Discussions with Krishnamurti in Europe, 1966, (Authentic report).
Ojai: Krishnamurti Writings, 1966, 97 p., 24 cm.
Discussions in Rome and Saanen.
245. Conversation with Carlo Suares.
(In The mind of J. Krishnamurti; edited by Luis S.R. Vas.
Bombay: Jaico Publishing House, 1971 p. 88-98).
246. Talks by Krishnamurti in U.S.A., 1966 (Authentic report).
Ojai: Krishnamurti Writings, 1967, 93 p., 24 cm.
Talks in New York and Ojai, California.
247. The Oak Grove talks by J. Krishnamurti, Oct. 29 thru Nov. 14, 1966;
as reported by John A. Nimick in the Ojai Valley News, Ojai, California.
Ojai: Ojai Valley News, [1966], [1], 23 p., 22 cm.
These articles appeared in the Ojai Valley News (October 16, 1966November 20, 1966).
248. Talks by Krishnamurti in India, 1967, (Authentic report).
Ojai: Krishnamurti Writings, 1968, 162 p., 24 cm.
Talks in Madras, Bombay, Rishi Valley, New Delhi; a talk to students at
Rishi Valley and talks to students at (Rajghat) Varanasi.
249. Talks in Europe, 1967.
Wassenaar: Servire, 1969, 222 p., 21 cm. (Authentic reports; 1).
Talks in Paris, Amsterdam and London.
250. Talks & dialogues, Saanen, 1967.
Wassenaar: Servire, 1969, 248 p., 22 cm. (Authentic reports; 2).
251. Talks in Europe, 1968.
Wassenaar: Servire, 1969, 157 p., 21 cm. (Authentic reports; 3).
Talks in Rome, Paris and Amsterdam.
252. Talks & dialogues, Saanen, 1968.
London: Stanmore Press, 1970, 195 p., 21 cm. (Authentic reports; 4).
253. Talks with American students, 1968.
London: Stanmore Press, 1970, 182 p., 21 cm. (Authentic reports; 5).
Talks at the University of Puerto Rico, San Juan; talks and discussions at
Morcelo, Puerto Rico; talks at Claremont Colleges, California, and the New
School for Social Research, New York.

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WORKS BY KRISHNAMURTI

254. Krishnamurti talk, November 10, 1968.


(In The Blaisdell Institute Journal, vol. 5, no. 2, June, 1970, p. 30-39).
The second talk at Claremont Colleges, California.
255. Krishnamurti talk, November 17, 1968.
(In The Blaisdell Institute Journal, vol. 6, no. 1, October, 1970, p. 39-48).
The third talk at Claremont Colleges, California.
256. Krishnamurti conversation.
(In The Blaisdell Institute Journal, vol. 4, no. 2, June, 1969, p. 19-21).
257. Talks and discussions at Brockwood Park, 1969.
Wassenaar: Servire, 1970, 93 p. 21 cm. (Authentic reports; 6).
258. A dialogue.
(In Krishnamurti Foundation India Bulletin, no. 4, 1971, p. 6-16, no. 1,
1972, p. 11-16, no. 2, 1972, p. 10-15).
An authentic report of a dialogue between Krishnamurti and Swami
Venkatesananda at Saanen, July, 1969.
259. Talks and dialogues, Sydney, 1970 (Authentic reports).
Sydney: Krishnamurti Books, [1970?] 132 p., 21 cm.
Includes an half-hour television interview which was broadcast through
out Australia.
260. Television interview in Australia.
(In Krishnamurti Foundation Bulletin, no. 11, Autumn, 1971, p. 8-13).
The next of the A.B.C. interview on November 26, 1970.
261. Television interview with Krishnamurti.
(In Krishnamurti Foundation Bulletin, no. 9, Winter, 1970-71, p. 4-7).
Edited extracts from the B.B.C. interview on December 7, 1970 which was
filmed at Brockwood earlier in the year. The subjects discussed ranged over a
wide field and included authority, love and meditation.
262. A dialogue.
(In Krishnamurti Foundation India Bulletin, no. 1, 1971, p. 1-3).
A non-verbatim report of a discussion between Krishnamurti and a small
group of people at 85 Lodi Estate, New Delhi on December 9, 1970.
263. Discussion with Krishnamurti.
(In Krishnamurti Foundation Bulletin, no. 9, Winter, 1970-71, p. 9-11).
A report of a small group discussion in New Delhi on December 9, 1970.
264. Krishnamurti in India, 1970-71: authentic reports of talks.
Rishi Valley: Krishnamurti Foundation India, 1971, [3], 181 p., 21 cm.
Talks in New Delhi, Madras, Bangalore and Bombay.
265. Talk to the students at Rishi Valley, 22-1-1971.
(In Krishnamurti Foundation India Bulletin, no. 2, 1972, p. 3-10).

DISCOURSES AND DISCUSSIONS

31

266. Extract from the Saanen talks, 1971.


(In Krishnamurti Foundation Bulletin, no. 11, Autumn, 1971, p. 1-2).
267. Report on the Saanen Gathering, 1972.
(In Krishnamurti Foundation Bulletin, no. 15, Autumn, 1972, p. 2-4).
268. Talks with Krishnamurti.
(In Yoga & Health, vol. 2, no.

11, January,

1973,

p. 23).

POEMS
(269-339)
269. A hymn.
(In The path. The Star of the East, [1924], p. 36-37).
270. A walk.
(In The Herald of the Star, vol. 15, no. 7, July 1, 1926, p. 258).
The poem is dated April 20, 1926.
271. My beloved and I are one.
(In The Herald of the Star, vol. 16, no. 8, August 1, 1927, p. 290).
272. Nitya.
(In The Herald of the Star, vol. 16, no. 9, September 1, 1927, p. 324-325).
273. The toys.
(In The Herald of the Star, vol. 16, no. 12, December 1, 1927, p. 444-445).
274. Toys.
(In Krishnamurti: the man and his message, by Lilly Heber. London:
Allen & Unwin, 1931, p. 141-144). Reprinted from The Star June 1929).
275. Come away.
Ommen: Star Publishing Trust, 1927, [13] p 23 cm.
Contents'. The simple union The garden of my heart - Come away.
276. Come away.
(In The pool of wisdom, Who brings the truth, By what authority, and
three poems. Ommen: Star Publishing Trust, 1928, p. 96-99).
(In The Star, vol. 1, no. 3, March, 1928, p. 2-3).
(In The Star Review, vol. 1, no. 1, January, 1928, p. 4-6).
277. The garden of my heart.
(In The pool of wisdom, Who brings the truth, By what authority, and
three poems. Ommen: Star Publishing Trust, 1928, p. 94-96).
(In Come away. Ommen: Star Publishing Trust. 1927).
278. The simple union.
(In The pool of wisdom, Who brings the truth, By what authority, and
three poems. Ommen: Star Publishing Trust, 1928, p. 93-94).
(In Come away. Ommen: Star Publishing Trust, 1927).
279. The simple union.
(In The Star, vol. 1, no. 1, January, 1928, p. 3-4).
(In The Star Review, vol. 1, no. 1, January, 1928, p. 6-7).

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33

The search.
Ommen: Star Publishing Trust; London: George Allen & Unwin, 1927, 375 p., 20 cm.
Krishnamurti relates the story of his illumination.
Some verses from The search that were read by him at the International
Ojai Star Camp Congress, Ojai, California, May 21 to 28, 1928 {In The Star,
vol. 1, no. 7, July, 1928, p. 59-60).
280.

281. I am with thee.


{In The Star, vol. 1, no. 1, January, 1928, p. 4-5).
{In The Star Review, vol. 1, no. 1, January, 1928, p. 2-3).
282. The beggar at the shrine.
{In The Star Review, vol. 1, no. 2, February, 1928, p. 42).
283. I look to none beside thee.
{In The Star Review, vol. 1, no. 2, February, 1928, p. 44).
2 8 4 . My heart dances with thy love.
{In The Star Review, vol. 1, no. 2, February, 1928, p. 43).

285. Find thy soul, O friend.


{In The Star Review, vol. 1, no. 3, March , 1928, p. 81).
Tell me, which is the real?
{In The Star Review, vol. 1, no. 3, March, 1928, p. 80).

286.

2 8 7 . Walk by the light of my love and thou shalt cast no shadow.


{In The Star, vol. 1, no. 4, April, 1928, p. 3-6).
{In The Star Review, vol. 1, no. 4, April, 1928, p. 116-119).

288. Madura.
{In The Star, vol. 1, no. 5, May, 1928, p. 5).
{In The Star, vol. 1, no. 3. May, 1928, p. 154).
Krishnamurti was deeply moved by the chanting of a young Hindu widow
in the famous temple at Madura that he wrote this poem.
A melodious song of infinite heart
Brings untold tears to my eyes.
2 8 9 . My heart is heavy with thy love.
{In The Star, vol. 1, no. 6, June, 1928, p. 5).
{In The Star Review, vol. 1, no. 6, June, 1928, p. 192-193).
2 9 0 . Once upon a time . . . .
{In International Star Bulletin, no. 7, July, 1928, p. 7).
A parable. Eerde, July 2, 1928.
2 9 1 . The mountains look on the t own. . .
{In International Star Bulletin, no. 8, August, 1928, p. 7). A parable,
Eerde, July 6, 1928.

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2 9 2 . Who shall give thee comfort?


{In The Star, vol. 1, no. 7, July, 1928, p. 3-7).
(In The Star Review, vol. 1, no. 7, July, 1928, p. 230-234).
2 9 3 . The potter.
{In The Star, vol. 1, no. 8, August, 1928, p. 3-4).
{In The Star Review, vol. 1, no. 8, August, 1928, p. 268-269).

The strangers.
{In The Star, vol. 1, no. 9, September, 1928, p. 3-5).
{In The Star Review, vol. 1, September, 1928, p. 306-308).
294.

2 9 5 . The search of the beloved.


{In The Star, vol. 1, no. 10, October, 1928, p. 3-8).
{In The Star Review, vol. 1, October, 1928, p. 344-348).

296. The beloved in all.


{In The Star, vol. 1, no. 11, November 1928, p. 3-7).
{In The Star Review, vol. 1, no. 11, November, 1928, p. 380-384).
297. I am all.
{In The Star, vol. 1, no. 12, December, 1928, p. 3).
{In The Star Review, vol. 1, no. 12, December, 1928, p. 418).
298. I cannot teach you to pray.
{In The Star, vol. 1-, no. 12, December, 1928, p. 4-5).
{In The Star Review, vol. 1, no. 12, December, 1928, p. 420).
2 9 9 . Thou canst not bind truth.
{In The Star, vol. 1, no. 12, December, 1928, p. 5).
{In The Star Review, vol. 1, no. 12, December, 1928, p. 419).

The immortal friend.


Ommen: Star Publishing Trust, 1928, 76 p., 21 cm.
The story of how Krishnamurti found his Beloved in his quest for eternal
happiness. In a sense this work is a sequel to The path.
300.

The master singer of life.


{In Let understanding be the law, Ommen: Star Publishing Trust, 1928, p.
28-30).
301.

There is a m ountain. . .
Chicago: E.W. Rickard, [1928], 3 p., 16 cm.
302.

There is a mountain . . .
{In International Star Bulletin, no. 11, December, 1928, p. 5-6).
{In The Star Review, vol. 2, no. 1, January, 1929, p. 12-13).
{In Chetana, vol. 8, no. 2, February, 1963, p.42).
303.

POEMS

35

A dream comes through a multitude of desires . . .


(In The Star Review, vol. 2, no. 1, January, 1929, p. 11-12).
304.

3 0 5 . In my garden there is life and death, the laughter of many flowers and
the cry of falling petals . . .
{In International Star Bulletin, no. 2, February, 1929, p. 5).
(In The Star Review, vol. 2, no. 3, March, 1929, p. 130).
A parable which ends with the statement that creation lies in the path of
careless love.

3 0 6 . O, love life . . .
(In The Star Review, vol. 2, no. 2, February, 1929, p. 72-73).

Truth is neither evil nor good . . .


(In The Star Review, vol. 2, no. 2, February, 1929, p. 73).
307.

Desire is life. The fulfilment of life . . .


(In The Star Review, vol. 2, no. 3, March, 1929, p. 129).
308.

3 0 9 . As out of the deep womb of a mountain .. .


(In The Star Review, vol. 2, no. 4, April, 1929. p. 187).
3 1 0 . I have no name . . .
(In The Star Review, vol. 2, no. 4, April, 1929, p. 186).
3 1 1 . There is a little town . . .
(In International Star Bulletin, no. 4, April 1929, p. 5).
(In The Star Review, vol. 2, no. 5, May, 1929, p. 273).
A parable.

Does the raindrop hold in its fullness . . .


(In The Star Review, vol. 2, no. 6, June, 1929, p. 329).
312.

3 1 3 . Oh, rejoice! . . . .
(In Star Bulletin, no. 7, July, 1931, p. 2-3).
(In The Star Review, vol. 2, no. 6, June, 1929, p. 328-329).
3 1 4 . There was, once on a time, a man whose heart rejoiced in life. He
loved life and therefore he loved all things . . .
(In International Star Bulletin, no. 6, June, 1929, p. 5).
(In The Star Review, vol. 2, no. 10, October, 1929, p. 567).
A parable.

315. Doubt is a precious ointm ent. . .


(In The Star Review, vol. 2, no. 8, August, 1929, p. 457-458).
In the corruption of the known . . .
(In The Star Review, vol. 2, no. 8, August 1929, p. 456-457).

316.

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WORKS BY KRISHNAMURTI

Make of thy desire the desire of the world . . .


(In International Star Bulletin, no. 2, September 1929, p. 3).
317.

In the choicest of valleys. . . .


(In International Star Bulletin, no. 3, October, 1929, p. 3-4).
(In The Star Review, vol. 2, no. 10, October, 1929, p. 565-566).

318.

Place not thy love in the scent of a decaying violet. . .


(In The Star Review, vol. 2, no. 10, October, 1929, p. 566-567).

319.

Desire is life, and the freedom of life is the freedom from desire .
(In International Star Bulletin, no. 4, November, 1929, p. 3).
320.

In the stillness of an evening . . .


(In International Star Bulletin, no. 4, November, 1929, p. 4).
321.

Await me, O friend . . .


(In International Star Bulletin, no. 5, December, 1929, p. 4).
(In Star Bulletin, no. 1, January, 1931, p. 24).
322.

Oh, friend...
(In International Star Bulletin, no. 1, January, 1930, p. 3).
323.

Listen! . . .
(In International Star Bulletin, no. 2, February, 1930, p. 4).
324.

O friend . . .
(In International Star Bulletin, no. 2, February, 1930, p. 3).
325.

As the potters vessels break to pieces . . .


(In International Star Bulletin, no. 3, March, 1930, p. 3).
326.

There is order in the freedom of life. . .


(In International Star Bulletin, no. 4, April, 1930, p. 3).
327.

328. Thousand eyes with thousand views. . .


(In International Star Bulletin, no. 5, May, 1930, p. 17).
(In Star Bulletin, no. 1, January, 1931, p. 2).
Through the veil of form . . .
(In International Star Bulletin, no. 5,May, 1930, p. 3).
329.

3 3 0 . Ah, come sit beside me by the sea, open and free . . .


(In International Star Bulletin, no. 6, June, 1930, p. 13).

Love not the shapely branch . . .


(In International Star Bulletin, no. 6, June, 1930, p. 3).
331.

To a man of true purpose . . . .


(In International Star Bulletin, no. 8, August, 1930, p. 2).

332.

POEMS

37

333. I tell thee . . . .


(In International Star Bulletin, no. 10, October, 1930, p. 2).
334. The mountain comes down to the dancing waters . . . .
(In International Star Bulletin, no. 11, November, 1930, p. 2).
335. I walked on a path through the jungle. . .
(In International Star Bulletin, no. 12, December, 1930, p. 2).
336. I have lived the good and evil of men . . . .
(In Star Bulletin, no. 2, February, 1931, p. 2).
337. Who can say if thy heart be clean? . . . .
(In Star Bulletin, no. 3, March, 1931, p. 2-3).
338. The world moans and languishes . . . .
(In Star Bulletin, no. 4, April, 1931, p. 2-3).
339. The song of life.
Ommen: Star Publishing Trust, 1931, 3-59 p., 21 cm.
The attainment of Truth is an absolute, final experience. I have re-created
myself after Truth. I am not a poet; I have merely attempted to put into
words the manner of my realization. Krishnamurti in the Foreword.

EDUCATION
(340-366)
Education as service.
Adyar: Theosophist Office, 1912, xv, 125 p., 16 cm.
Introduction by Annie Besant. Many of the suggestions in this book come
from Krishnamurtis own memories of early school life.
Contents-. The Teacher Love Discrimination Desirelessness
Good conduct.
340.

An interview with Krishnaji on current problems.


(In International Star Bulletin, no. 6, June, 1929, p. 6-15).
At Eerde Castle Krishnamurti was questioned on problems which
especially concern the relations of the sexes and the education of children.
341.

The purpose of education.


Adyar: Star Office, [1930], 14 p., 18 cm.
An address to the National College, Trichinopoly, January 12th, 1930.
342.

Trichinopoly, 1930.
(In Early writings, vol. 1: offprints from Chetana 1969, [vol. 14 nos. 157168] Bombay: Chetana, [1969], p. 158-167).
An address on the purpose of education.
343.

3 4 4 . A talk to teachers.
(In Early writings, vol. 5: offprints from Chetana 1971, [vol. 16, part 2,
nos. 184-186]. Bombay: Chetana, [1971], p. 38-47).
A talk in Los Angeles, 1930.
The true purpose of education is to urge the individual to think and act
independently instead of fitting him into society, and to develop that consum
mate intelligence which always chooses the essential.

345. [A meeting convened especially for the benefit of educationists and


teachers when Krishnamurti was requested to give the New Education
Fellowship the benefit of his advice in the matter of education],
(In Krishnamurtis talks in India, 1948 (Verbatim report). Ojai: Krishnam
urti Writings, 1950, p. 72-84). (Series 1 Bombay).
Questions discussed: What part can education play in the present world
crisis? Have ideals any place in education? Is education in creativeness possi
ble, or is creativeness purely accidental, and therefore nothing can be done to
facilitate its emergence? Is not the imparting of sex experience a necessary
part of education? Is it not the only rational solution to the troubles of adoles
cence? Is not state education a calamity? If it is, how to raise funds for schools
which are not controlled by the government? What have you to say about
military drill in education? What is the place of art in education? Whom
would you call a perfect teacher? What is the place of discipline in education?

EDUCATION

39

3 4 6 . Krishnamurtis talks to boys and girls of the Foundation for New


Education, Rajghat - Banaras (Verbatim report).
Ojai: Krishnamurti Writings, 1953, 135 p., 24 cm.
Talks in Rajghat - Banaras to boys and girls of the ages 9-20, on the banks
of the river Ganga, during December 1952.

347. Education and the significance of life.


New York: Harper & Brothers, 1953, 125 p., 19 cm.
Contents: Education and the significance of life The right kind of educa
tion Intellect, authority and intelligence Education and world peace
The school Parents and teachers Sex and marriage Art, beauty and
creation.
[Answers to questions on various aspects of education].
(In Krishnamurtis talks, 1953 (Verbatim report). Ojai: Krishnamurti
Writings, 1954.
Talks in Madras.
Questions discussed: What is the function of a true educator? p. 13-15.
How can there be any kind of education without some form of discipline,
imposed either externally or from within? p. 34-35. You advocate a small
school for educating the young. But even in a small school, several teachers
are necessary, one for each subject. How can such a school be maintained in
these days? p. 42.
348.

Krishnamurtis talks in India, 1954 (Verbatim report).


Ojai: Krishnamurti Writings, 1954, 112 p., 24 cm.
Talks in Rajghat and the Banaras Hindu University.
349.

Talk to parents in Banaras.


(In Talks by Krishnamurti in India, 1954-1955. (Verbatim report). Ojai:
Krishnamurti Writings, 1956, p. 47-53).
The function of education is to help the student to understand and
thereby break through his own limitations. But first of all the educator
must be willing to be aware of his own limitations and break through them
as much as he can.
350.

On learning.
Ojai: Krishnamurti Writings, 1958, [2], 29 p., 19 cm.
351.

Education and integration.


(In Commentaries on living, from the notebooks of J. Krishnamurti;
edited by D. Rajagopal. Second series. London: Victor Gollancz, 1959, p. 4551).
352.

3 5 3 . What is the true function of a teacher?


(In Commentaries on living, from the notebooks of J. Krishnamurti;
edited by D. Rajagopal. Second series. London: Victor Gollancz, 1959, p.
136-139).

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354. The cultivation of sensitivity.


(In Commentaries on living, from the notebooks of J. Krishnamurti;
edited by D. Rajagopal. Third series. London: Victor Gollancz, 1961, p. 117122).

355. The noisy child and the silent mind.


(In Commentaries on living, from the notebooks of J. Krishnamurti;
edited by D. Rajagopal. Third series. London: Victor Gollancz, 1961, p.
135-142).
356. Without goodness and love, one is not educated.
(In Commentaries on living, from the notebooks of J. Krishnamurti;
edited by D. Rajagopal. Third series. London: Victor Gollancz, 1961, p. 107113).
357. Life ahead.
London: Victor Gollancz, 1963, 191 p. index to questions, glossary, 21 cm.
A collection of talks to students, teachers and parents, The Introduction by
Krishnamurti has observations on various aspects of education.
358. Think on these things; edited by D. Rajagopal.
New York: Harper & Row, 1964, 224 p., index to questions, 22 cm.
Talks and answers to questions of students, teachers and parents in India
but the material herein is of universal appeal and not confined to education.
This book was also published as This matter o f culture.
359. This matter of culture; edited by D. Rajagopal.
London: Victor Gollancz, 1964, 224 p., index to questions, 21 cm.
Talks and answers to questions of students, teachers and parents in India
but the material herein is of universal appeal and not confined to education.
This book was also published as Think on these things.
360. A discussion meeting with the teachers at Rishi Valley 1967.
(In Krishnamurti Foundation India Bulletin, no. 1, 1972, p. 2-8).
361. Krishnamurti at Brockwood Park.
(In Krishnamurti Foundation Bulletin, no. 4, Autumn, 1969, p. 1-2).
A statement by Krishnamurti about the school at Brockwood Park.
362. A talk to students.
(In Krishnamurti Foundation India Bulletin, no. 4, 1970, p. 3-11).
An edited version of a talk at Rishi Valley on January 20, 1970.
363. For the young.
(In The Penguin Krishnamurti reader; compiled by Mary Lutyens.
Harmondsworth: Penguin Books, 1970, p. 91-164).
364. An open discussion.
(In Early writings, vol. 2: offprints from Chetana 1970, [vol. 15 nos. 169-

EDUCATION

41

174], Bombay: Chetana, [1970], p. 149).


Krishnamurtis reply to the question: Where does obedience come in your
plan of education?
365. A statement by Krishnamurti.
(In Krishnamurti Foundation Bulletin, no. 7, Summer, 1970, p. 1-3).
A statement concerning the future of the two schools in India and Brockwood Park. He also emphasised that there should be no interpreters of the
teachings and no representatives of Krishnamurti personally or of his teach
ings either during or after his lifetime.
366. Knowledge and intelligence.
(In Krishnamurti Foundation India Bulletin, no. 2, 1971, p. 1-10).
This is an edited and verbatim version of J. Krishnamurtis talk to the
students at Rishi Valley on 25th January 1971 - Editor.

ARTICLES IN PERIODICALS
(367-500)
367. Selections from Krishnaji. . . .
(In The Star Review, vol. 1, no. 1, January, 1928, p. 30-34).
(In The Star, vol. 1, no. 5, May, 1928, p. 23-27).
These extracts illustrate the steady unfoldment of the teachings during the
period 1910-1927.
368. In the Starlight.
(In The Herald of the Star, vol. 3, no. 1, January, 11, 1914, p. 4-5).
An address of welcome to the delegates and members assembled at the
First International Conference of the Order of the Star in the East, at
London on October 25, 1913.
369. Introduction.
(In The Herald of the Star, vol. 3, no. 1, January 11, 1914, p. 8).
Krishnamurtis commendatory introduction to George S. Arundales
article on Organisation and activities of the Order of the Star in the East.
370. In the Starlight: letter from the head to Indian members of the Order
of the Star in the East.
(In The Herald of the Star, vol. 3, no. 2, February 11, 1914, p. 67).
371. To members of the Order of the Star in the East.
(In The Herald of the-Star, vol. 9, no. 11, November 1, 1920, p. 442).
A statement concerning the future of The Herald o f the Star together with
an announcement that from January, 1921, the Editorial Notes in each
number will be contributed partly by the editor and partly by Krishnamurti.
372. Self-preparation.
(In The Herald of the Star, vol. 12, no. 9, September 1, 1923, p. 363-365).
Krishnamurtis closing speech at the Star Congress, Vienna, July 1923.
373. The path.
(In The Herald of the Star, vol. 12, no. 10, October 1, 1923, p. 394-399, vol.
12, no. 11, November I, 1923, p. 436-439, vol. 12, no. 12, December 1, 1923,
p. 479-483).
374. We have seen the Star and we know.
(In The Herald of the Star, vol. 13, no. 1, January 1, 1924, p. 14-15).
375. International preparation.
(/T he Herald of the Star, vol. 13, no. 9, September 1, 1924, p. 380-381).
A speech at the Third International Congress of the Order of the Star in
the East, at Holland on August 12, 1924. We all have that sense of separate
ness, exclusiveness and snobbishness that our nation is the best of all. All
nations are eventually one body and all the peoples of the world are required
in the development of humanity.

ARTICLES IN PERIODICALS

43

376. The place of the young in the new era.


(In The Herald of the Star, vol. 13, no. 9, September 1, 1924, p. 396-399).
A talk given on August 14, 1924.
The characteristics of youth are portrayed. The old are disinclined to take
risks. Youth, on the other hand, wishes to step aside from the ruts of
compromises and prejudices of the old, and tread instead the high road to joy
which, in the new era, lies in service.
377. The exploitation of races.
(In The Herald of the Star, vol. 13, no. 9, September 1, 1924, p. 387).
378. National preparation.
(In The Herald of the Star, vol. 13, no. 9, September 1, 1924, p. 376).
Krishnamurtis introductory remarks to Mr Arundales lecture on
national preparation at the Third International Congress of the Order of the
Star in the East, Holland, 1924.
379. Self-preparation.
(In The Herald of the Star, vol. 13, no. 9, September 1, 1924, p. 384-386).
A speech at the Third International Congress of the Order of the Star in
the East, at Holland, 1924. There is a vivid description of a personal experi
ence in consciousness expansion as a result of feeling intensely, while sitting
on a delightful verandah in California.
380. Some business discussed.
(In The Herald of the Star, vol. 13, no. 9, September 1, 1924, p. 407-408).
381. The Young Theosophist.
(In The Herald of the Star, vol. 13, no. 12, December 1, 1924, p. 524).
Notes of a speech to Young Theosophists wherein Krishnamurti exhorted
them to change the world through their work: Look at the disciples of the
Christ, how they changed the world; and we are more than twelve, and, if we
will, we can really change things.
382. Know yourself.
(In The Herald of the Star, vol. 14, no. 5, May 1, 1925, p. 140-142).
There is no more interesting or promising subject, none more exciting,
than the study of oneself. It is the only subject that is worth thinking about
because it involves changing oneself.
383. [Extract from a letter written by Krishnamurti],
(In The Herald of the Star, vol. 14, no. 5, May 1, 1925, p. 174).
The plans for an International University have been outlined. All branches
of knowledge will be taught. The students will come from the four corners of
the world. The teaching staff will have a representative of almost every
nationality. Every country will contribute financially or otherwise to the
establishment and upkeep of the university. Since a good library is the most
important asset for a university help has been sought to collect the elements
of a magnificent library.

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384. Discipleship.
(In The Herald of the Star, vol: 14, no. 6, June 1, 1925, p. 180-182).
385. The meaning of life.
(In The Herald of the Star, vol. 14, no. 7, July 1, 1925, p. 220-223).
An address delivered at the Star Amphitheatre, Sydney, N.S.W. Krishnamurti spoke of learning to do things for their intrinsic value and not for
what they bring: You are great because you cannot help it; you are unselfish
because you cannot be selfish.
386. Be happy!
(In The Herald of the Star, vol. 14, no. 8, August 1, 1925, p. 262-267).
Krishnamurti remarked that it was his big ambition to have every experi
ence in the world without going through any. He had developed his imagina
tion to a small extent so that I can go down a street and feel what others are
thinking, what the sinner and the saint are feeling without going through the
experience of either. The difference between a Master and ourselves is that
He keeps His windows and doors open whereas we close them on discovering
something unpleasant, and that is why people grow old. There is more fun in
life to live dangerously than in becoming mere followers of something which
we do not quite understand.
387. We are all expecting Him who is the embodiment of nobility, and He
will be with us soon.
(In The Herald of the Star, vol. 15, no. 1, January 1, 1926, p. 2).
The concluding words of Krishnamurtis address to Star members at
Adyar on December 28, 1925.
388. Editorial notes.
(In The Herald of the Star, vol. 15, no. 1, January 1, 1926, p. 3-4).
The death of Nityananda caused Krishnamurti great sorrow. This article is
about his late brother.
389. Preparation and the World Teacher: an address delivered at Adyar
to members.
(In The Herald of the Star, vol. 15, no. 3, March 1, 1926, p. 97-100).
One must be absolutely happy or not at all: one cannot be half happy, and
to be completely happy one must learn. It is constant revolution that brings
happiness, not a continuous mental or emotional inertia. Yet to acquire that
happiness one must go through a furnace of suffering, go through every kind
of experience. I have watched everything from outside, never tasting it. If
you are absolutely happy you are really great. On the mountain top
nothing can touch you, nothing either personal or impersonal. You are
above all things and then you are really happy. You want to make others
happy and you want to make the whole world really, joyously happy.
390. Self preparation.
(In The Herald of the Star, vol. 15, no. 4, April 1, 1926, p. 139).
The mind should exist but it is far more important to have feelings,
especially that feeling of oneness.

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391. How to widen our idea of the work of the Star.


(In The Herald of the Star, vol. 15, no. 10, October 1, 1926, p. 417-418).
Krishnamurti summed up the discussion on July 28, 1926. Among the
contributors to the discussion were Mary Rocke, Yadunandan Prasad,
Marcelle de Manziarly, D. Rajagopal, Lady Emily Lutyens and
E. Marcault, p. 412-417.
392. Peace and war.
(/T he Herald of the Star, vol. 15, no. 9, September 1, 1926, p. 381-385).
An address given on July 28, 1926 at the Third International Camp
Congress of the Order of the Star in the East.
393. Self-denial.
(In The Herald of the Star, vol. 16, no. 2, February 1, 1927, p. 44-45).
This article ends with the prophetic lines: As one sees the dawn breaking
forth and lighting up the whole heaven with exquisite light, so those who
have ears to hear and eyes to see can behold the approach of the greatest
event that the world has seen for many and many a generation. And those
who understand, those who have seen and heard, must be the singers herald
ing the approach of th greatest of human Beings, the greatest of the Gods,
and the greatest of all the Teachers.
394*. Conseils de bonheur.
(In Lintransigeant, March 12, 1927, p. 1).
395. An appeal to members of the Order.
(In The Herald of the Star, vol. 16, no. 5, May 1, 1927, p. 181).
396. World peace.
(In The Herald of the Star, vol. 16, no. 6, June 1, 1927, p. 220-223).
397. The door of liberation.
(In The Star, vol. 1, no. 3, March, 1928, p. 4-8).
(In The Star Review, vol. 1, no. 3, March, 1928, p. 82-87).
A verbatim and unrevised report of a talk to the group of students assem
bled at Castle Eerde, summer 1927.
398. Intelligent revolt.
(In The Star, vol. 1, no. 4, April, 1928, p. 12-17).
(In The Star Review, vol. 1, no. 4, April, 1928, p. 120-127).
A verbatim and unrevised report of a talk to the group of students assem
bled at Castle Eerde, summer 1927.
399. Liberation: the final goal.
(In The Star Review, vol. 1, no. 2, February, 1928, p. 45-50).
A verbatim and unrevised report of a talk to the group of students assem
bled at Castle Eerde, summer 1927.
400. Meditation and contemplation.
(In The Herald of the Star, vol. 16, no. 12, December 1,1927, p. 459-461).

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A verbatim and unrevised report of a talk to the group of students assem


bled at Castle Eerde, summer 1927.
The mountain top.
(In The Star, vol. 1, no. 5, May, 1928, p. 6-13).
(In The Star Review, vol. 1, no. 5, May, 1928, p. 155-163).
A verbatim and unrevised report of a talk to the group of students assem
bled at Castle Eerde, summer 1927.
401.

The universal goal.


(In The Star, vol. 1, no. 2, February, 1928, p. 7-11).
A verbatim and unrevised report of a talk to the group of students
assembled at Castle Eerde, summer 1927.
402.

Be silent yet understanding.


(In The Herald of the Star, vol. 16, no. 9, September 1, 1927, p. 326-330).
The first of these 2 talks was given on July 24, 1927 to a group of workers
engaged in preparing the Camp at Ommen. The second talk was addressed to
a group of students at Castle Eerde on July 26, 1927.
403.

4 0 4 . The Star Council. Welcome by Krishnaji, July 29th, 1927.


(In The Herald of the Star, vol. 16, no. 9, September 1, 1927, p. 331-334).
4 0 5 . Krishnaji and Star lands.
(In International Star Bulletin, no. 1, November, 1927, p. 12).
Krishnamurtis answer to a question at a Star Council meeting on August
3, 1927. He had been asked in America and other places to give his hair to be
buried in Star lands in order to give them a wonderful magnetism. If his hair
is given every time it is asked he shall be bald and the suggestion was anyhow
absurd!
4 0 6 . Why do you serve?
(In International Star Bulletin, no. 5, December, 1929, p. 8-12).
An address given at a Camp Fire of the Order of Service at Ommen in
1927.
4 0 7 . To meet again.
(In The Herald of the Star, vol. 16, no. 9, September 1, 1927 p. 346-348).
Krishnamurti remarked that it had been his desire ever since he was a boy
to discover and destroy that separateness which exists between the beginning
and the end, the seeker and the goal, the sufferer and the one who is enlight
ened.

In solitude gather strength.


(In The Herald of the Star, vol. 16, no. 10, October 1, 1927, p. 369-371).
To discover oneself solitude is necessary.
408.

Seek peace and establish it.


(In The Herald of the Star, vol. 16 no. 10, October 1, 1927, p. 399-401).
409.

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If you have peace, understanding and tolerance within then in the world
there will be peace, tolerance and friendship. Look to that peace within, not
without. It is hypocritical to try to clear the vision of another before your
own vision is clear.
Establish your purpose.
International Star Bulletin, no. 2, February, 1928, p. 5-6).
An address to the Theosophical Society and the Order of the Star in
Bombay on October 29, 1927.
410.
(In

Into the light.


International Star Bulletin, no. 2, December, 1927, p. 5).
Krishnamurti's reply to the address presented to him by the residents of
Adyar on his arrival there on October 31, [1927],
411.

{In

412. International Star Bulletin.


{ I n International Star Bulletin, no. 1, November, 1927, p. 11-12).
The I n t e r n a t i o n a l S t a r B u l l e t i n , the successor to the H e r a l d o f t h e S t a r ,
will serve to keep the members throughout the world in touch with the
Headquarters and also with one another.
I will establish peace wherever I go.
The Herald of the Star, vol. 16, no. 12, December 1, 1927, p. 457-459).
A talk at a meeting of the Star Council. Referring to the widespread
rumours of a world war, Krishnaji declared himself a pacifist: I am a
pacifist, and I would maintain that pacifism in spite of everything. I would
say now that we must not kill that should be our motto.
413.
(In

The necessity for change.


The Star, vol. 1, no. 8, August, 1928, p. 5-8).
( I n The Star Review, vol. 1, no. 8, August, 1928, p. 270-273).
An address to the women of India at the annual meeting of the Womens
Indian Association, held in Adyar, on Christmas Day, 1927.
414.
(In

Happiness and liberation.


The Star, vol. 1, no. 8, August, 1928, p. 9-14).
( I n The Star Review, vol. 1, no. 8, August, 1928, p. 274-280).
A verbatim report of a discussion under the great Banyan Tree on the
estate of the Theosophical Society at Adyar on December 28, 1927.
415.
(In

4 1 6 . Who brings the truth? S e l e c t i o n s . Further selections from Krishnajis


books: from Who brings the truth, 1927.
( I n The Star Review, vol. 1, no. 2, February, 1928, p. 70-71).

The river.
International Star Bulletin, no. 1, January, 1928, p. 5).

417.
(In

The month of offering, May 1928.


International Star Bulletin, no. 2, February, 1928, p. 9).

418.
(In

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419*. Message to India.


(In New India, March 22, 1928).
An extract from this article appeared in Katherine Mayos Slaves o f the
gods London: Jonathan Cape, 1929 p. 220-221.
4 2 0 . The man and the moon.
(In International Star Bulletin, no. 4, April, 1928, p. 5). Eerde, March 25,
1928.
The understanding of life is more essential than the mere superficial
knowledge of the machinery of life, although one must be acquainted with
the latter.

The harmonizing of the bodies.


(In The Star, vol. 1, no. 6, June, 1928, p. 6-10).
(In The Star Review, vol. 1, no. 6, June, 1928, p. 194-198).
421.

422. Truth that is liberation and happiness.


(In The Star, vol. 1, no. 7, July, 1928, p. 8-10).
(In The Star Review, vol. 1, no. 7, July, 1928, p. 235-237).
423. The way within.
(In The Star, vol. 1, no. 7, July, 1928, p. 13).
4 2 4 . The World-Teacher and the Order of the Star.
(In International Star Bulletin, no. 8, August, 1928, p. 16-24).
Answers to questions at Castle Eerde, July 1928.

Truth or loya|ty.
(In The Star, vol. 1, no. 10, October, 1928, p. 13-17).
(In The Star Review, vol. 1, September, 1928, p. 316-321).
Opening address at the Ommen Star Camp on August 4, 1928.
425.

The purpose of the Order of the Star.


(In The Star Review, vol. 1, no. 12, December, 1928, p. 421-425).
(In The Star, vol. 1, no. 12, December, 1928, p. 6-10).
(In International Star Bulletin, no. 2, February, 1929, p. 6-11).
An address delivered at Castle Eerde to a gathering of Organizers of the
Order during the Ommen Star Congress, August 1928.
426.

427. Depending on authorities.


(In The Star, vol. 1, no. 9, September, 1928, p. 13).
428. Goals.
(In The Star, vol. 1, no. 9, September, 1928, p. 37).
A statement of 3 sentences on the goals for the mind, the emotions and the
body.
4 2 9 . The spark and the flame.
(In The Star, vol. 1, no. 9, September, 1928, p. 6-11).
(In The Star Review, vol. 1, September, 1928, p. 309-315).

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430. The harvest-tide of life.


(In The Star, vol. 1, no. 10, October, 1928, p. 9-12).
{In The Star Review, vol. 1, October, 1928, p. 349-353).
4J1. Understanding.
{In The Star, vol. 1, no. 10, October, 1928, p. 17).
432. Time.
{In The Star Review, vol. 2, no. 1, January, 1929, p. 25-27).
An extract from Life in freedom (addresses at the Camp-Fire gatherings
during 1928).
433. Build on understanding.
{In International Star Bulletin, no. 1, January, 1929, p. 11-14).
An address to friends resident at Castle Eerde.
434. The flame.
{In International Star Bulletin, no. 1, January, 1929, p. 5-7).
435. Propaganda.
{In International Star Bulletin, no. 1, January, 1929, p. 16).
436. The coming dawn.
{In The Star Review, vol. 2, no. 2, February, 1929, p. 88-91).
437. Collective meditation.
{In International Star Bulletin, no. 3, March, 1929, p. 5-6).
438. The value of individuality.
{In International Star Bulletin, no. 3, March, 1929, p. 6-7).
A genius is described as a person who grows beyond the special circum
stances which urge him to mould himself to a particular pattern.
439. A vision of life.
{In The Star Review, vol. 2, no. 3, March, 1929, p. 143-145).
440. The right basis of life.
{In International Star Bulletin, no. 4, April, 1929, p. 6-7).
Spirituality means beauty in thought, feeling and action. Spirituality is
the true basis of life.
441. The river of life.
(In The Star Review, vol. 2, no. 4, April, 1929, p. 209-212).
442. Discrimination.
(In International Star Bulletin, no. 5, May, 1929, p. 20-21).
443. The door of the eternal.
(In The Star Review, vol. 2, no. 5, May, 1929, p. 247-249).

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4 4 4 . The purpose of the Camp: from notes of Krishnajis opening address


at the Indian Star Camp, Guindy, Madras, 1929.
(In International Star Bulletin, no. 5, May, 1929, p. 14-16).
4 4 5 . The attainment of truth.
(In The Star Review, vol. 2, no. 6, June, 1929, p. 311-314).

Changes in the Order of the Star.


(In International Star Bulletin, no. 7, July, 1929, p. 22).
Organizations purely far business and other necessities are essential but
organizations for spiritual purposes are of no value.
446.

Truth in limitation.
(In The Star Review, vol. 2, no. 7, July, 1929, p. 384-387).
447.

Law and spirituality.


(In The Star Review, vol. 2, no. 11, November, 1929, p. 610-613).
(In International Star Bulletin, no. 1, August, 1929, p. 9-11).
Although in the expression of life there must be law, nevertheless, that life
which is absolutely free and unconditioned has no law within itself. The man
who is liberated lives unconditionally in that eternity which is now.
448.

449. Renunciation and compromise.


(In The Star Review, vol. 2, no. 8, August, 1929, p. 434-435).
Neither t i me. . . .
(In International Star Bulletin, no. 4, November, 1929, p. 5).
Neither time nor space exist for the man who knows the eternal Krishnamurti.
450.

The cause of sorrow.


(In International Star Bulletin, no. 5, December, 1929, p. 24-26).
(In The Star Review, vol. 2, no. 12, December, 1929, p. 701-703).
451.

The true enemy of freedom: a view of Indias spiritual aspirations.


(In International Star Bulletin, no. 5, December, 1929, p. 5-7).
The true enemy of freedom is dead tradition which is the true Indian
problem. Crystallised cruelties and selfishnesses, infant marriage, the heart
less restrictions which we place on widows, our treatment of women gener
ally, the whole system of untouchability; what are these but matters in which
the dead weight of custom has crushed out of us the ordinary decent feelings
which should sweeten and harmonise the life of human beings? But buried
underneath is Indias true heritage: the genius for Liberation.
452.

Harmonious living.
(In International Star Bulletin, no. 12, December, 1930, p. 3-12).
A talk and answers to questions on January 1, 1930.
453.

Live in the eternal.


(In International Star Bulletin, no. 12, December, 1930, p. 13-19).
A talk and answers to questions on January 2, 1930.
454.

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455. Lifes problems (questions and answers).


(In International Star Bulletin, no. 1, January, 1930, p. 4-11, no. 2, Febru
ary, 1930, p. 5-11, no. 3, March, 1930, p. 27-30).
456. The wisdom of experience: an address given in Benares, India.
(In International Star Bulletin, no. 1, January, 1930, p. 12-15).
The only goal is to grow from innumerable complexities to great simplic
ity.
457. The noble life.
(In International Star Bulletin, no. 6, June, 1930, p. 14-17).
458. The cessation of fear.
(In International Star Bulletin, no. 11, November, 1930, p. 3-5).
A talk at the Summer Gathering on July 23, 1930.
459. Spiritual realisation.
(In International Star Bulletin, no. 11, November, 1930, p. 19-29).
A talk and answers to questions at the Summer Gathering on July 25,
1930.
460*. Prface.
(In Cahier de lEtoile, no. 16, July-August, 1930, p. 487-489).
An original French article written for Le Sentier (translation of The path).
461*. Enqute sur linquitude contemporaine.
(In Cahiers de lEtoile, no. 18, November-December, 1930, p. 1139-1142).
462. The release of life.
(In Star Bulletin, no. 1, January, 1931, p. 3-9).
463. Sayings of Krishnamurti, selected by E.A. Wodehouse.
(In Star Bulletin, no. 1, January, 1931, p. 19-23, no. 9-12, SeptemberDecember, 1931, p. 70-71).
464. Lifes problems: some questions and answers.
(In Star Bulletin, no. 2, February, 1931, p. 3-15, no. 3, March, 1931, p. 417, no. 4, April, 1931, p. 4-14, no. 5, May, 1931, p. 16-28, no. 6, June, 1931, p.
14-19, no. 8, August, 1931, p. 19-26, no. 3, May-June, 1932, p. 83-90).
465. Thoughts on life [from Krishnamurtis notebook],
(In Star Bulletin, no. 1, January-February, 1932, p. 2-4, no. 2, MarchApril, 1932, p.34-38, no. 3, May-June, 1932, p. 66-67, no. 5, SeptemberOctober, 1932, p. 130-132, no. 1, January-February, 1933, p. 2-15, no. 2,
March-April, 1933, p. 34-36).
These are pithy observations on various subjects.
466. Intuition and individuality.
(In Star Bulletin, no. 3, May-June, 1932, p. 81-82).

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467. I have lived many lives on earth.


(In Facts: the official organ of the Friendship Centre, voi. 2, no. 8, OctoberDecember, 1935, p. 3-8).
An interview with Arthur Lamsley.
Les problmes.
(In Bulletin Thosophique, no. 8, August-September-October, 1937. p.
208-210).
This article consists of extracts from the Ommen talks, July 20, 1936 and
the Madras talks, December 6, 1936. The extracts were translated into
French by J. Emile Marcault.
468*.

469. Action.
(In Chetana, voi. 8, no. 2, February, 1963, p. 27-30).
A radio talk in Colombo in 1949.
4 7 0 . Artificial and real flower.
(In Krishnamurti Foundation India Bulletin, no. 2, 1971, p. 13-16).
A report by P.J. of a discussion between Krishnamurti and a small group
of persons in Bombay in 1950.

An investigation into consciousness.


(In Krishnamurti Foundation Bulletin, no. 13, Spring, 1972, p. 9-14).
This reprint from the Krishnamurti Foundation India Bulletin is a report
of a small group discussion with. Krishnamurti in Bombay in 1950 on the
nature and structure of, consciousness.
471.

472. Silence and energy.


(In Krishnamurti Foundation Bulletin, no. 11, Autumn, 1971, p. 4-7).
This reprint from the Krishnamurti Foundation India Bulletin is a report
of a small group discussion with Krishnamurti in Bombay in 1950 on the
nature and structure of consciousness.
473*. Cls de notre temps: Krishnamurti dfinit sa pense par rapport
lexistentialiste.
(In Combat, May 9, 1950).
A report of Francis Dumonts interview with Krishnamurti.
The problem and its resolution.
(In Krishnamurti Foundation India Bulletin, no. 4, 1972, p. 12-16).
A report of a discussion in New Delhi on February 13, 1959.
474.

The ending of sorrow.


(In Krishnamurti Foundation India Bulletin, no. 4, 1971, p. 3-5).
The authentic transcript of a 331/ 3 r.p.m. recording of a short talk [1966].
475.

The problems of youth.


(In Krishnamurti Foundation Bulletin, no. 12, Winter, 1971-72, p. 11-14).
A talk given at the conclusion of the Saanen Gathering in 1967.
476.

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477. The lake.


{In Krishnamurti Foundation Bulletin, no. 1, Autumn, 1968, p. 9-11).
4 7 8 . Message.
{In Krishnamurti Foundation Bulletin, no. 1, Autumn, 1968, p. 1).
4 7 9 . From the notebook of Krishnamurti, 1968.
{In Krishnamurti Foundation Bulletin, no. 2. Spring, 1969, p. 10-11).

Love, sex, and the religious life.


{In Krishnamurti Foundation Bulletin, no. 3, Summer, 1969, p. 8-11).

480.

From the notebook of Krishnamurti, 1969.


{In Krishnamurti Foundation Bulletin, no. 4, Autumn, 1969, p. 9-11).

481.

The unburdened mind.


{In Krishnamurti Foundation India Bulletin, no. 1, 1971, p. 3-8).
The edited version of a talk in New Delhi on November 12, 1969.
482.

4 8 3 . On meditation.
{In Krishnamurti Foundation Bulletin, no. 7, Summer, 1970, p. 6-11).
There are no questions and answers in this report.
{In Krishnamurti Foundation India Bulletin, nos. 1 & 2, 1970, p. 4-16).
This is the substance of the third talk in New Delhi, together with answers
to questions, on November 19, 1969.

The garden.
{In Krishnamurti Foundation Bulletin, no. 5, Winter, 1970, p. 10-11).

484.

Living and dying.


{In Krishnamurti Foundation India Bulletin, no. 3, 1970, p. 4-10).
The substance of a talk in Madras on January 4, 1970.
485.

Action.
{In Krishnamurti Foundation India Bulletin, no. 4, 1970, p. 12-16).
A report of a discussion meeting that took place at a time when there was
much agitation and the threat of war in India.
486.

4 8 7 . The mountains were full of solitude . . . .


{In Krishnamurti Foundation Bulletin, no. 6, Spring, 1970, p. 10-11).

The essence of co-operation.


{In Krishnamurti Foundation Bulletin, no. 8, Autumn, 1970, p. 1-4).

488.

4 8 9 . On violence and commitment.


{In Krishnamurti Foundation India Bulletin, no. 4, 1972, p. 2-9).
An authentic report of a dialogue in New Delhi on December 23, 1970.

First step is the last step.


{In Krishnamurti Foundation India Bulletin, no. 2, 1971, p. 10).

490.

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A short statement which ends thus: Can the mind, seeing something very
clearly end that perception? Then, here the very first step is the last step.
Sleep.
(In Krishnamurti Foundation India Bulletin, no. 3, 1972, p. 2-12).
An authentic report of a dialogue between Krishnamurti and a group of
persons in Bombay on February 8, 1971. The topics discussed included the
significance of dreams and the renewal of the mind through order.
491.

4 9 2 . Una proposta diversa dallIndia.


(In Corriere della Sera, April 3, 1971, p. 7).

Freedom is order.
(In Krishnamurti Foundation Bulletin, no. 10, Summer, 1971, p. 9-11).
493.

Intelligence and instant action.


(In Krishnamurti Foundation Bulletin, no. 11, Autumn, 1971, p. 14-15).
494.

4 9 5 . The river.
(In Krishnamurti Foundation Bulletin, no. 12, Winter, 1971-72, p. 15-16).

The way of meditation.


(In Krishnamurti Foundation Bulletin, no. 12, Winter, 1971-72, p. 1-9).
Reprint from the Indian Foundation Bulletin of a talk which Krishnam
urti gave in Delhi in December, 1970.
496.

497. What is relationship?


(In Krishnamurti Foundation Bulletin, no. 13, Spring, 1972, p. 15-16).
4 9 8 . The tethered mind.
(In Krishnamurti Foundation Bulletin, no. 14, Summer, 1972, p. 10-12).
4 9 9 . The origin of thought.
(In Krishnamurti Foundation Bulletin, no. 15, Autumn, 1972, p. 8-11).
An excerpt from a discussion with students in New Delhi.

500. The vanity of the I structure.


(In Krishnamurti Foundation Bulletin, no. 15, Autumn, 1972, p. 12).
Krishnamurtis answer to the question: Why does each one of us have the
I structure? What is its origin? An extract from You are the world.

PART 2
WORKS ABOUT KRISHNAMURTI

BIOGRAPHICAL WORKS AND EVALUATIVE STUDIES


OF THE TEACHINGS
(501-825)
501. A.N. The purpose of living.
(In The mind of J. Krishnamurti, edited by Luis S.R. Vas. Bombay: Jaico
Publishing House, 1971, p. 246-249).
502. ACHARD, Yvon. Krishnamurti: le miroir des hommes; prface de
Jean-Pierre Gaillard.
Paris: Dervy-Livres, 1968, 3-107 p., Bibliography, 23 cm. (Histoire et
tratition).
The authors thesis for the Diplme dEtudes Suprieures, Facult des
Lettres et Sciences Humaines de Grenoble, May, 1966.
503. ACHARD, Yvon. Le langage de Krishnamurti: lvolution spiritu
elle de Krishnamurti et lvolution de son langage; prface de Jean-Pierre
Gaillard.
Paris: Le Courrier du Livre, 1970, 3-253 p., Bibliography, 22 cm.
The authors doctorat de troisime cycle thesis in the Facult des Lettres et
Sciences Humaines de Grenoble, June 14, 1969.
504*. ANGKOR, Pierre d. Krishnamurti et lanti-religion.
Bruxelles: E.S.N., 1929, 64 p., 20 cm.
505*. ANGKOR, Pierre d. Le catholicisme et la thosophie.
Bruxelles: E.S.N., 1930, 49 p., 19 cm.
506*. ANGKOR, Pierre d. Krishnamurti et la thosophie: essai de mise
au point.
Bruxelles: E.S.N., 1931, 64 p., 19 cm.
507*. ANGKOR, Pierre d. Itinraire dun plerin de labsolu.
Bruxelles: Editions Etre Libre, 1953, 334 p., 18 cm.
508. ANRIAS, David. Krishnamurtis horoscope in relation to the
Society.
(In Adepts of the five elements: an occult survey of past and future
problems; with the horoscope of the Theosophical Society and that of
various leaders in specific relation to it.
London: Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1933, p. 97-100). There are several
other references to Krishnamurti.
509. ANRIAS, David. Lord Maitreya.
(In Through the eyes of the masters: meditations and portraits. 3rd edi
tion (first edition 1932).
London: Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1947, p. 17-18, 27, 36, 65-69).
Through the Eyes o f the Masters, . . . was partly inspired with the object

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of counteracting the doubt cast by Krishnamurti upon the power of the


Masters to further the evolution of mankind Preface to Adepts o f thefive
elements . . . by David Anrias.
ARUNDALE, George S. Thoughts on At the feet of the Master.
Adyar: Theosophical Publishing House, 1918, VII, 286 p., 19 cm.
A t the Feet o f the Master is my constant companion, guide, and mentor.
Ever by my side is the little copy given me by my young teacher Arundale.
*510.

ARUNDALE, George S. Krishnaji: light-bringer.


Adyar: Theosophical Publishing House, 1928, IV, 39 p 19 cm.

511.

512. AYRES, Francisco. Krishnamurti.


Empresa Gazeta de Limeira, 1947, 161 p., portraits, 18 cm.
Text in Portuguese.
513. B.N. J. Krishnamurti ancient or modern?
(In The mind of J. Krishnamurti, edited by Luis S.R. Vas. Bombay:
Jaico Publishing House, 1971, p. 215-218).
B.N. Uses of the past.
(In The mind of J. Krishnamurti; edited by Luis S.R. Vas. Bombay:
Jaico Publishing House, 1971, p. 233-235).

514.

BAEZ, Joan. (In Daybreak [an autobiography].


New York: Avon, 1969, p. 138-139).
Krishnamurti says that the only real creativity takes place when the mind
is still. And how do we turn a shallow noisy little racing brook into a quiet
lake, deep and reflecting and still . . . so still that the falling of a leaf upon it
can make it tremble with excitement. There are only clues. He says that you
have begun once the intent is there. If you have a strong enough desire for still
ness, then you will find a way to it.
515.

BAKER, Gladys. Krishnamurti who is he?


Adyar: Star Headquarters, [1929?], 24 p., 19 cm.
An interview published in the American newspaper
The Birmingham New-Age-Herald, 1st April, 1929. She quotes Khalil Gi
bran who said of Krishnamurti: When he first entered my studio I said to
myself: Surely the Lord, of Love has come.
516.

5 1 7 * . BAUDOUY, M.A. and MOUSSAY, R. Civilisation contempor


aine. Textes choisis et prsents.
Paris: Hatier, 1965.
There are 2 quotations from Krishnamurti in this textbook p. 119, 155.

BECKETT, L.C. (In The world breath.


London: Rider, 1935, p. 248, 263).
The ideals put before mankind by the Buddha, Lao-Tsu, Moses, Jesus,
Plotinus, St Francis of Assisi, Ekkehard and Krishnamurti are identical:
their one aim is to express Truth and enlighten mankind.
518.

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59

519. BECKETT, L.C. Neti, neti (not this, not that).


Marazion: Ark Press, 1955, 3-115 p., Bibliography, 20 cm.
Includes many references to Krishnamurti who is described as one who
has understood.
520. BECKETT, L.C.
(In Unbounded worlds; with cover drawings by Ceri Richards. Marazion:
Ark Press, 1959, p. 66).
Krishnamurti quoted: If the mind can never be in a state of non-recogni
tion, then there is no possibility of Truth or God.
521. BEECHER, Willard and BEECHER, Marguerite. Beyond success
and failure: ways to self-reliance and maturity.
New York: Julian Press, 1966, [9], 242 p Bibliography, 22 cm.
522. BENDIT, Laurence J.
(In The yoga of beauty. Adyar: Theosophical Publishing House, 1969 p.
28).
The state known as laya is presumably that which Krishnamurti used to
describe as being similar to that of a bird about to take off from a tree, at the
moment when it is neither in flight nor yet standing still.
523. BENDIT, Laurence J. and BENDIT, Phoebe D.
(In The transforming mind. Wheaton: Theosophical Publishing House,
1970).
524. BENJAMIN, Harry. Basic self-knowledge: an introduction to
esoteric psychology based on the Gurdjieff system of esoteric development,
with some references to the writings of Krishnamurti.
London: Health for All Publishing, [1961], 168 p., Bibliography, 19 cm.
A chapter on Krishnamurti, p. 151-160.
525 *. BERCOU, Lydia. Amour vrai et secret du bonheur.
Chatel Guyon: L. Bercou, [1955], 16 p.
526*. BERCOU, Lydia. Comment supprimer la souffrance et vivre
heureux dans le monde actuel.
Chatel Guyon: L. Bercou, [1955], 16 p.
527*. BERCOU, Lydia. Krishnamurti et la libration.
Chatel Guyon: L. Bercou, [1955], 16 p.
528*. BERCOU, Lydia. Krishnamurti et son enseignement: ma rencontre
avec lui et limpression que j en ai reue.
Chatel Guyon: L. Bercou, [1955], 16 p.
529*. BERCOU, Lydia. Krishnamurti: mon voyage Bruxelles et ma
seconde rencontre avec lui.
Chatel Guyon: L. Bercou, [1955], 16 p.

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530*. BERCOU, Lydia. Krishnamurti: science et spiritualit.


Chatel Guyon; L. Bercou, [1955], 16 p.
531*. BERCOU, Lydia. Krishnamurti: sa vie, sa parole.
Chatel Guyon: L. Bercou, 1969, [144 p.], 21 cm.
532*. BERTIN. La verdadera comunidad.
Rosario: Librera Ruiz Editorial, 1955.
533. BESANT, Annie. Preface.
{In At the feet of the master. Adyar: Theosophist Office, 1910).
534. BESANT, Annie. Introduction.
{In Education as service. Adyar: Theosophist Office, 1912, p. V-VIII).
535. BESANT, Annie and LEADBEATER, C.W. The lives of Alcyone.
Adyar: Theosophical Publishing House, 1924, 2 vols (circa 784 p.)
portraits, 25 cm. It was noticed that the boy Krishnamurti possessed an
unusually fine aura. Therefore some of his past lives were investigated and
recorded.
536. BESANT, Annie. How a World Teacher comes as seen by ancient
and modern psychology: four lectures delivered at the Queens Hall,
London, during June and July 1926.
London: Theosophical Publishing House, 1926, 91 p., 19 cm.
A Teacher has come on several occasions. It happened when the WorldTeacher named the Christ used the body of Jesus. Christ was the tenant of
that body during the years of His ministry. I know that He is coming . . .
because I have heard the Christ say so. As once before He will use the body
of an oppressed race. On the 28th December 1925 He spoke for the first time
for some two thousand years through the mouth of His vehicle, Krishnam
urti.
537. BESANT, Annie and LEADBEATER, C.W. Talks on the path of
occultism: a commentary on At the feet of the Master, The voice of the
silence and Light on the path.
Adyar: Theosophical Publishing House, 1926, III-IX, 321 p., 21 cm.
538. BESANT, Annie. The work of the ruler and the teacher.
Adyar: Theosophical Publishing House, 1930, [1], 18 p., 19 cm.
(Adyar pamphlets; no. 135).
539. BESANT, Annie.
{In The future of the Theosophical Society. Adyar: Theosophical Publish
ing House, 1931, p. 12).
She did not regard any of Krishnajis many valuable teachings as being
more valuable than his exhortation to examine everything before accepting
it.

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540. BESTERMAN, Theodore. His masters voice. Challenge.


{In Mrs Annie Besant: a modern prophet. London: Kegan Paul, Trench,
Trubner, 1934 p. 235-244, 251-257).
541*. BHAGAVATA, R.S. J. Krishnamurti kona aheta?
Poona: Marathi Theosophical Federation, 1957, 36 p., 18 cm.
Text in Marathi.
542. BLEWETT, Duncan B.
{In The frontiers of being. New York: Universal Publishing and Distribut
ing Corporation, 1969 p. 50-51).
543. BRAGDON, Claude. Unity of being.
{In The new image. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1928, p. 185-190).
A free paraphrase of a private talk by Krishnamurti in New York on April
10, 1928.
544. BRAGDON, Claude. The eternal poles.
New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1931, XV, 106 p. 22 cm.
This book is dedicated to J. Krishnamurti. I began The Eternal Poles
immediately after a meeting with him, and it was to him I dedicated it
because - although I have not his assurance to that effect - I believe The
Eternal Poles to be but an elaboration of certain of Krishnamurtis funda
mental teachings - Bragdon in The secret springs p. 333.
545. BRAGDON, Claude.
{In The secret springs: an autobiography. London: Andrew Dakers,
[1938], p. 25, 332-338).
A commentary on the personality and teachings of Krishnamurti who as
a disturber o f complacency I have never met his match, though unlike
Gurdjieff he makes no deliberate effort to that effect.
546. BRAGDON, Claude. The essence of Krishnamurtis teachings.
{In The mind of J. Krishnamurti; edited by Luis S.R. Vas. Bombay: Jaico
Publishing House, 1971, p. 17-23).
547. BRAGDON, Claude. Yoga for you.
London: Andrew Dakers, [1948], XV, 104 p., illustration, 20 cm.
A quotation from Krishnamurti adorns the title-page: Life ever new
through action ever new. There are other references to him. The introduc
tory chapter, Unity of being (p. 1-4) is a free paraphrase of a private talk in
New York by Krishnamurti on April 10, 1928.
548. BRIGHT, Esther.
{In The ancient one: to the young folks at home. London: Theosophical
Publishing House, 1927 p. 154, 156).
549. BRIGHT, Esther. Old memories and letters of Annie Besant.
London: Theosophical Publishing House, 1936, 3-173 p., portrait, 20 cm.

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There are several references to Krishnamurti in this book of reminiscences.


Krishnamurti sought to stimulate men to light their own fire. He has been
likened to a ame that is vivid, living and very pure p. 168-169.
550. CLAVIER, Armando. Aproximacin a Krishnamurti: conferencias
pronunciadas en la ciudad de Buenos Aires, Junio-Julio-Agosto, 1968, por el
autor Armando Clavier.
Buenos Aires: Editorial Kier, 1969, 3-143 p., 20 cm.
551. COLEMAN, John E.
(In The quiet mind. London: Rider, 1971 p. 72-99, 114-115, 148).
552*. CURTE, Alida de. Krishnamurti.
Bruxelles: Collection de lTnstitut Suprieur des Sciences et Philosophies,
[1945]. 32 p. 21 cm. Text in French.
553. DASTUR, F.H. Difference without distinction p. 99-102. Krishnaji
at Adyar p. 103-108. From the Acting Editor p. 109. My reply p. 110. From
C. Jinarajadasa p. 111-113.
(In The true destiny of man: essays in philosophy, science and Theosophy.
Sharanpur, Nasik: F.H. Dastur, [19]).
554. DATTA, Hirendranath.
(In The future of the Theosophical Society. Adyar: Theosophical Publish
ing House, 1931 p. 103-164).
555*. DAUMAL, Ren.
(In La grande beuverie. Paris: Gallimard, 1939, p. 113-114).
556*. DELVILLE, Jean. Que faut-il couter? Allocution prononce en
mai 1928.
Bruxelles: Ordre de lEtoile, [1928], 20 p., 21 cm.
557. DHOPESHWARKAR, A.D. Krishnamurti and the experience of
the silent mind.
Bombay: Chetana, 1956, [5], 177 p. 19 cm.
(The inter-continental library).
558. DHOPESHWARKAR, A.D. Krishnamurti and the texture of
reality.
Bombay: Chetana, 1961, VII, 263 p., 19 cm.
559. DHOPESHWARKAR, A.D. J. Krishnamurti and awareness in
action.
Bombay: Popular Prakashan, 1967, VII, 164 p 23 cm.
560. DHOPESHWARKAR, A.D. J. Krishnamurti and mind in revolu
tion.
Bombay: Chetana, 1970, X, 119 p., 19 cm.

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Includes A plea for the philosophy of the perceptive mind (paper submit
ted to the Philosophical Congress, Poona, 1970) p. 112-119.
561. The dictionary of national biography, 1931-1940; edited by
L.G. Wickham Legg.
London: Oxford University Press, 1949.
Krishnamurti is referred to as her adopted son in the section on Annie
Besant (1847-1933). Her position in the Theosophical world was prejudiced
by the sponsoring of Krishnamurti p. 73-74.
562. DIDERICHSEN, Henny. Hvem er den Store, vi venter? Foredrag
ved et Stjernemode.
Kobenhavn: Stjerneordenens Danske Forlag, 1919, 15 p., 23 cm.
563. DIRKSEN, E.M. and PROCHNOW, Herbert V.
(In Quotation finder, London: Harper & Row, p. 134).
A quotation from Krishnamurti: Wisdom and truth come to a man who
truly says, T am ingnorant, I do not know.
564. Evolution of Mrs Besant: being the life and public activities of Mrs
Annie Besant, secularist, socialist, Theosophist and politician; with
sidelights on the inner workings of the Theosophical Society and the
methods by which Mr Leadbeater arrived at the threshold of divinity, by the
editor of Justice, Madras.
Madras: Justice Printing Works, 1918, [1], IV, 337, CX1V p., 19 cm.
A section of this book is devoted to the case of G. Narayaniah vs. Mrs
Annie Besant.
565. FERRUS, Paule. La rvlation de soi; prface de A. de
Chteaubriand [sic Chteaubriant],
Paris: Les Editions Adyar, 1938, 3-129 p., 20 cm.
566. FIRCHOW, Peter.
(In Aldous Huxley: satirist and novelist. Minneapolis: University of
Minnesota Press, 1972 p. 27).
567*. FOUERE, Ren. Krishnamurti lhomme et sa pense.
Bruxelles: Spiritualit, 1948, 40 p. 24 cm.
568. FOUERE, Ren. Krishnamurti et lexistentialisme.
(In Krishnamurti et la pense occidentale, par Rm Linssen. Bruxelles.
Editions Etre Libre, 1951, p. 156-176).
569. FOUERE, Ren. La pense de Krishnamurti.
Bruxelles: Editions Etre Libre, 1951, 3-77 p., Bibliography, 16 cm.
570. FOUERE, Ren. Krishnamurti: the man and his teaching; translated
from the French.
Bombay: Chetana, 1952, [6], 73 p., 19 cm. (The inter-continental library).

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571. FOUERE, Ren. Disciplines, ritualisme et spiritualit.


Paris: La Colombe Editions du Vieux Colombier, 1960, 3-142 p., 22 cm.
572. FOUERE, Ren. Du temporel l intemporel: intelligence technique
et conscience personnelle.
Paris: Le Cercle du Livre, 1960, 215 p., 20 cm.
573*. FOUERE, Ren. Ce que je dois Krishnamurti.
Bruxelles: Editions Etre Libre, [1962], 24 p., 23 cm.
574. FOUERE, Ren. Krishnamurti ou la rvolution du rel.
Paris: Le Courrier du Livre, 1969, 3-317 p., Bibliography, 22 cm.
575*. FOUERE, Ren. Krishnamurti, el poeta del prsente y del silencio.
Rio Piedras: Revista Noticias (Agencia Editorial Orion), [196-], 12 p.,
14 cm.
576. FOUERE, Ren. Krishnamurti and modem thought.
(In The mind of J. Krishnamurti; edited by Luis S. R. Vas. Bombay: Jaico
Publishing House, 1971, p. 170-175).
577. FOUERE, Ren. Krishnamurti and ritualism, by R.F.
(In The mind of J. Krishnamurti; edited by Luis S.R. Vas. Bombay:
Jaico Publishing House, 1971, p. 264-266).
578. FOUERE, Ren. Krishnamurti and spiritual heritage.
(In The mind of J. Krishnamurti; edited by Luis S.R. Vas. Bombay: Jaico
Publishing House, 1971, p. 250-256).
579. FOUERE, Ren. Krishnamurti and the problem of effort.
(In The mind of J. Krishnamurti; edited by Luis S.R. Vas. Bombay: Jaico
Publishing House, 1971, p. 204-206).
580. FOUERE, Ren. Krishnamurti and the problem of immortality, by
S.D.
(In The mind of J. Krishnamurti; edited by Luis S.R. Vas. Bombay: Jaico
Publishing House, 1971, p. 224-227).
581. FOUERE, Ren. Krishnamurti and the problem of love.
(In The mind of J. Krishnamurti; edited by Luis S.R. Vas. Bombay: Jaico
Publishing House, 1971, p. 282-284).
582. FOUERE, Ren. Krishnamurti and the problem of opposites.
(In The mind of J. Krishnamurti; edited by Luis S.R. Vas. Bombay: Jaico
Publishing House, 1971, p. 261-263).
583. FOUERE, Ren. The language of Krishnamurti.
(In The mind of J. Krishnamurti; edited by Luis S.R. Vas. Bombay: Jaico
Publishing House, 1971, p. 15-16).

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5 8 4 . FOUERE, Ren. The problem of suffering.


(In The mind of J. Krishnamurti; edited by Luis S.R. Vas. Bombay:
Jaico Publishing House, 1971, p. 207-208).
5 8 5 . FOUERE, Ren. Self-consciousness and fear.
(In The mind of J. Krishnamurti; edited by Luis S.R. Vas. Bombay: Jaico
Publishing House, 1971, p. 189-193).
5 8 6 * . FRANCESCHI, G.J........ El sanor Krishnamurti, el orden social y
el cristianismo . . . Conferencia dada en el Teatro Maravillas el dia.
24 de julio de 1935. Buenos Aires, 1935, 31 p., 18 cm.
5 8 7 . FREEDLAND, Nat.
(In The occult explosion. London: Michael Joseph, 1972, p. 93).
5 8 8 . FRYDMAN, Maurice. The basic truth.
(In The mind of J. Krishnamurti; edited by Luis S.R. Vas. Bombay: Jaico
Publishing House, 1971, p. 272-274).

589. FRYDMAN, Maurice. J. Krishnamurti and the materialists.


The mind of J. Krishnamurti; edited by Luis S.R. Vas. Bombay: Jaico
Publishing House, 1971, p. 236-239).
(In

FRYDMAN, Maurice. Krishnamurti the world man.


The mind of J. Krishnamurti; edited by Luis S.R. Vas.
Bombay: Jaico Publishing House, 1971, p. 285-289).

590.
(In

FRYDMAN, Maurice. Mind and intelligence.


The mind of J. Krishnamurti; edited by Luis S.R. Vas. Bombay: Jaico
Publishing House, 1971, p. 209-214).
591.

(In

FRYDMAN, Maurice. Revolt and revolution.


The mind of J. Krishnamurti; edited by Luis S.R. Vas. Bombay: Jaico
Publishing House, 1971, p. 240 - 245).
592.

(In

5 9 3 . FRYDMAN, Maurice. Truthfulness.


(In The mind of J. Krishnamurti; edited by Luis S.R. Vas. Bombay: Jaico
Publishing House, 1971, p. 219-223).
5 9 4 . FUSSELL, Joseph H. Some reasons why the members of the Univer
sal Brotherhood and Theosophical Society do not endorse Mrs Besant nor
the Society of which she is President.
San Diego: San Diego News Press, 1914, 19 p. 27 cm.

595. FUSSELL, Joseph H. Mrs Annie Besant and the Leadbeater advice.
San Diego: San Diego News Press, [1920], 15 p. 26 cm.
5 9 6 . FUSSELL, Joseph H . Mrs Besants policy.
San Diego: San Diego News Press, [1920], 22 p. 26 cm.

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5 9 7 . The future of the Theosophical Society: being the five Convention


Lectures delivered in Benares at the fifty-fifth anniversary of the Theosophi
cal Society, December, 1930, by Annie Besant, B. Sanjiva Rao, Ernest
Wood, Hirendra Nath Datta, C. Jinarajadasa.
Adyar: Theosophical Publishing House, 1931, [5], 193, p 19 cm.
5 9 8 . GARDNER, Adelaide.
(In Indications of a new culture: the Blavatsky Lecture, 1934. London:
Theosophical Publishing House, [1934], p. 27-28).
In all his teaching Krishnamurti stresses the recognition of the inner man
as the source of insight, joy and power which must come by experience, not
authority.
5 9 9 . GARDNER, Adelaide.
(In Introductory studies in Theosophy. London: Theosophical Publishing
House, [1948], p. 31, 58-59).
A t the feet o f the Master is without special religious bias and is one of the
most complete simple guides that exist for those who wish to train for the life
of the spirit. Includes a few biographical facts about Krishnamurti.
6 0 0 . GARDNER, E.L. There is no religion higher than truth: develop
ments in the Theosophical Society.
London: Theosophical Publishing House, 1963, 23 p., 19 cm.
Some biographical facts about Krishnamurti are tabulated. There is an
extract from Who brings the truth?

601. GRAHAM, Dorn Aelred.


(In The end of religion: autobiographical explorations.
New York: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1971, p. 190-191).
602. HALL, Manly P.
(In Great books on religion and esoteric philosophy, by Manly P. Hall;
with a bibliography of related material selected from the writings of Manly
P. Hall. Los Angeles: Philosophical Research Society, 1966 p. 29).
A t the feet o f the Master is listed among the books on mysticism that are
especially worthwhile.
603. HARARI, Manya.
(In Memoirs, 1906-1969. London: Harvill Press, 1972, p. 285).
HARRACA, J.M. Lhumaine esprance.
Versailles: Edition de FHumaine Esprance. 1929, 302 p., 18 cm.
604*.

605. HEBER, Lilly.


(In Annie Besant* en moderne pioner. Oslo: Olaf Norlis Forlag, 1927).
There are several references to Krishnamurti and a portrait of him in 1926.
606. HEBER, Lilly. Krishnamurti: the man and his message.
London: George Allen & Unwin, 1931, 254 p portrait, Bibliography, 21
cm.
(A contribution to the history of modern re-orientation; vol. 1).

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607. HEBER, Lilly. Krishnamurti og var tids krise: et bidrag til den
moderne nyorienterings histori.
Oslo: Gyldendal Norsk Forlag, 1933, 264 p., 20 cm.
608. HEBER, Lilly. Krishnamurti and the world crisis.
London: George Allen & Unwin, 1935, [5], 15-291 p portrait, Bibliogra
phy, 21 cm.
(A contribution to the history of modern re-orientation; voi. 2).
609. HENDERSON, William. The teachings of Krishnamurti.
London: Philosophical Publishing House, [1948?], 75 p., 23 cm.
610*. HENRY, S.A. The amazing discoveries of J. Krishnamurti.
Madras: Rathnam Press, [1968], IV, 62 p., portrait, Bibliography, 18 cm.
611*. HERRMANN, Georg. Krishnamurti. Neue Wege zur Selbstbefreiung.
Munich: Drei Eichen Verlag, 1954.
612. HINNELLS, John R and SHARPE, Eric J editors.
{In World religions in education: Hinduism. Newcastle upon Tyne: Oriel
Press, 1972, p. 150).
. . . within the last hundred years India has produced spiritual teachers of
the calibre of Ramakrishna, Vivekananda, Gandhi, Vinoba and Krishnam
urti.
613*. HODSON, Geoffrey. Krishnamurti and the search for light, 1934.
614*. Lhomme et les problmes de la vie.
Paris: Editions Adyar, [1932], 16 p. portrait, 20 cm.
There are extracts from Krishnamurti in this anonymous work.
615. HOSKINS, Ianthe H. The science of spirituality: the Blavatsky
Lecture delivered at the Annual Convention of the Theosophical Society in
England, at Besant Hall, London, May 28th, 1950.
London: Theosophical Publishing House, [195-], 32 p., 22 cm.
Includes several references to Krishnamurti.
616. HUMPHREYS, Christmas.
{In Zen: a way of life. London: English Universities Press, 1962, p. 131).
Mr Robert Linssen . . . has' woven together the threads of Zen Buddhism
and Krishnamurti.
617. HUXLEY, Aldous. Foreword.
(In The first and last freedom. London: Victor Gollancz, 1954, p. 9-18).
618. HUXLEY, Aldous. The education of an amphibian; Knowledge and
understanding.
(In Adonis and the alphabet, and other essays. London: Chatto & Windus,
1956, p. 9-72).
An exposition of Krishnamurtis teachings.

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6 1 9 . HUXLEY, Aldous. Letters of Aldous Huxley; edited by Grover


Smith.
London: Chatto & Windus, 1969, [7], 992 p., portrait, 24 cm.
In the correspondence of Huxley one finds several references to his friend
Krishnamurti for whom Huxley had a great affection and respect. He even
likened a talk by Krishnamurti to a discourse of the Buddha and added
such power, such intrinsic authority, such an uncompromising refusal to
allow the poor homme moyen sensuel any escapes or surrogates, any gurus,
saviours, fuhrers, churches. I show you sorrow and the ending of sorrow
and if you dont choose to fulfil the conditions for ending sorrow, be
prepared, whatever gurus, churches etc you may believe in, for the indefinite
continuance of sorrow p. 917-918.
6 2 0 . HUXLEY, Laura Archera.
(In You are not the target. London: Heinemann, 1964, p. 242).
6 2 1 . HUXLEY, Laura Archera. This timeless moment: a personal view of
Aldous Huxley.
London: Chatto & Windus, 1969, [9], 331 p., portraits, 23 cm.
In this intimate portrait of her husband, Aldous Huxley, there are several
references to his friend, Krishnamurti. Her interview with Krishnamurti is
vividly described in the chapter Brightness, p. 107-114.

Hvem er Krishnamurti? Hvad vil Krishnamurti?


Kobenhavn: Den ny Tid, [1933], [7] p., 16 cm.

622.

623*. IGUALADA, Miguel Gimenez. Mas alia del dolor.


Mexico: Tierra y Libertad, [1946].
In the first part of this book the writer refutes the teachings of Krishnam
urti.
624. INDRA DEVI pseudonym [i.e. Eugenie Strakaty].
(In Forever young, forever healthy. Blackpool: A. Thomas, 1955, p. 4-6,
8-9).
625. INDRA DEVI pseudonym [i.e. Eugenie Strakaty],
(In Yoga for you: a complete 6 weeks course for home practice. Preston:
A. Thomas, I960, p. 154-155, 174).
In a desperate moment of her life, when she was going through very pain
ful and distressing experiences, Krishnamurti advised her to remain com
pletely alone and to see no one for several days. Stay"with your problem
and look at it very closely. When you do that you will not be afraid of it
any longer.
This book was also published as Yoga fo r Americans: a complete 6 weeks
course for home practice. Englewood Cliffs: Prentice-Hall, 1959.
626. INDRA DEVI pseudonym [i.e. Eugenie Strakaty].
(In Renew your life through yoga. London: Allen & Unwin, 1965, p. 102,
122).

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69

As a result of seeing or hearing something extraordinarily beautiful or


exalting, something that strikes an inner cord deep within us, there comes a
state of joy and ecstasy. The author experienced this feeling for the first time
on hearing Krishnamurti chant a Sanskrit mantra at a camp meeting of the
Order of the Star. She was filled with great joy and tears streamed down her
face: an experience that influenced and later changed her life.
There is a notable quotation from Krishnamurti: Be careful of what you
wish - you may get it.
627. INGRAM-SMITH, Donald. There is no escape: a collection of origi
nal works by international writers; edited by Inghram Smith.
Sydney: McNiven Publishing Guild, 1951, 79 p. 21 cm.
Contents: Introduction, by Inghram Smith Not dried by the wind, by
Pupul Jayakar Clarity, by Richard Weiss A matter of death, by Kim
Christen Escape into bondage, by Inghram Smith What Krishnamurti
has meant to me, by H.W. Methorst Experiment in relationship, by
Gordon Pearce Hey, whats the idea, by Sidney Dome This matter of
moods, by Inghram Smith Movements in thought, by Pupul Jayakar.
628. JAG MOHAN LAWL. Ecce Homo: the metaphysical and philoso
phical reflections of a general medical practitioner with special reference to
J. Krishnamurti, the World Teacher.
London: J.M. Lawl, 1947, 130 p., illustrations, portrait, 19 cm.
629*. JALAMBIC, M. Relatif et absolu Krishnamurti.
Paris: Editions Adyar, 1933, 136 p., 19 cm.
630*. JASMIN, Bernard. De Socrate a Krishnamurti.
Montreal: Beauchemin, 1963, 120 p., 19 cm.
631. JINARAJADASA, C. A World-Teacher.
Auckland: Lotus Press, [1915], 12 p., 21 cm.
An address given at the First International Conference of the Order of the
Star in the East, at London on October 26, 1913.
632. JINARAJADASA, C.
(In First principles of Theosophy. Adyar: Theosophical Publishing
House, 1921, p. 215).
The qualifications for initiation from A t the feet o f the master are
tabulated.
633. JINARAJADASA, C., editor. The Order of the Star in the East.
(In The golden book of the Theosophical Society: a brief history of the
Societys growth from 1875-1925, issued in commemoration of the jubilee of
the Theosophical Society, by its General Council. Adyar: Theosophical
Publishing House, 1925, p. 168-172).
634. JINARAJADASA, C. Krishnamurtis message.
Adyar: Theosophical Publishing House, 1930, [1], 32 p., 19 cm. (Adyar
pamphlets; no. 134).

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6 3 5 . JINARAJADASA, C .
(In The future of the Theosophical Society. Adyar: Theosophical Publish
ing House, 1931, p. 182-188).
The Theosophical Society has never proclaimed any one teaching of any
one Teacher as the sole truth. The Order of the Star in the East is distinct
from the Society. The wisdom" of Krishnamurti is a part of that Divine
Wisdom which Theosophy expounds.
6 3 6 . JINARAJADASA, C .
(In The Master: meditations in verse. Adyar: Theosophical Publishing
House, 1931, p. 4).
The supreme Reality is indeed the Goal, as Krishnamurti calls it.
6 3 7 . JINARAJADASA, C .
(In A short biography of Dr. Annie Besant. Adyar: Vasanta Press, [1932],
p. 31-36).
Includes a few notes on Mrs Besants great care and interest in Krishnam
urti and his brother during their youth.

638. JINARAJADASA, C . Foreword.


(In The nature of mysticism, 2nd edition. Adyar: Theosophical Publishing
House, 1934, p. V-VI).
Despite Krishnamurtis assertion that his teaching is neither mysticism nor
occultism, it is fundamentally a form of mysticism. But he is a teacher whose
originality and brilliance dazzle the mind.
6 3 9 . JINARAJADASA, C . Occult investigations: a description of the
work of Annie Besant and C .W . Leadbeater.
Adyar: Theosophical Publishing House, 1938, 137 p., portraits, 17 cm.
The section on Krishnamurti is replete with biographical information.

JOHNSON, Raynor C.
(In A religious outlook for modern man. London: Hodder & Stoughton,
1963).
There are many references to Krishnamurti.
640.

6 4 1 . JOSH1, M.A. Peep into Krishnamurtis philosophy.


(In The mind of J. Krishnamurti; edited by Luis S.R. Vas. Bombay: Jaico
Publishing House, 1971, p. 201-203).
6 4 2 . KANNAN, A.
(In Impact of Theosophy and science: modern thought in the light of
Theosophy. Adyar: Theosophical Publishing House, 1971, p. 246, 251).
Krishnamurtis teaching of dying to the past here and now is discussed.

643. KEYSERLING, Hermann.


(In The travel diary of a philosopher; translated by J. Holroyd Reece.
London: Jonathan Cape, 1925, vol. 1, p. 150-157).

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71

At the invitation of Mrs Besant, Keyserling settled for a time in Adyar. He


reported that what fascinates me most in the atmosphere of Adyar is its
expectation of a Messiah. Among the residents there is a young Indian of
whom it is said that the Holy Ghost will one day use him as his vessel. The
Masters are said to have revealed this. He is to be The Saviour for the coming
a g e ----
644. KING, Francis.
(In Sexuality, magic and perversion, London: Neville Spearman, 1971, p.
128-136).
The circumstances surrounding the lawsuit instituted by Narayaniah for
the guardianship and custody of his two sons, Krishnamurti and Nityananda, are discussed.
645. Krishnamurti in relation to the World-Teacher.
Adyar: N.S. Rama Rao, [1929], 14 p., 18 cm.
A collective protest by D.K. Telang, B. Sanjiva Rao, N.S. Rama Rao,
B. Padmabai, Yadunandan Prasad, G.V. Subba Rao, Malatidevi Patwardhan, Jamnadas Dwarkadas, D. Jinarajadasa and C.S. Trilokekar.
646. LANDAU, Rom.
(In God is my adventure: a book on modern mystics, masters and teachers.
London: Ivor Nicholson & Watson, 1935).
Apart from the numerous references to Krishnamurti throughout this
work, there are also two long and noteworthy chapters entitled The throne
that was Christs and Krishnamurti in Carmel The life and teachings of
Krishnamurti are surveyed with considerable enthusiasm by the author who
has recorded without hesitation his own psychological reactions to both the
teachings and the personality of Krishnamurti.
647. LANDAU, Rom.
(In Seven: an essay in confession. London: Ivor Nicholson & Watson,
1936, p. 145-146, 198, 213, 246-248, 253-254, 273, 302-303).
648. LANDAU, Rom. The supreme spiritual ideal.
(In Faiths and fellowship: being the proceedings of the World Congress of
Faiths, held in London, July 3rd-17th, 1936; edited by A. Douglas Millard.
London: J.M. Watkins, [193- ?], p. 448).
Thousands follow Krishnamurti, who seems to have uncovered the very
roots of what the kingdom of happiness should be, and who, through the
living example of his own personality, seems to radiate the truth of his own
doctrine Landau.
649. LANNOY, Richard.
(In The speaking tree: a study of Indian culture and society. London:
Oxford University Press, 1971, p. 364).
650*. LANTIER, Jacques.
(In La thosophie. Paris: Editions Plante, 1970, p. 230-237).

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651. LARSEN, Egon.


(In Strange sects and cults: a study of their origins and influence. London:
Arthur Baker, 1971, p. 163-164).
652. LEADBEATER, C.W. Talks on At the feet of the Master
London: Theosophical Publishing House, 1922, VI, 679 p., 19 cm.
A compilation of lectures that were delivered in Australia between Decem
ber 1914 and August 1915.
653. LEADBEATER, C.W.
(In The masters and the path. Adyar: Theosophical Publishing House,
1925, p. 62-66).
The words contained in A t the feet o f the master are almost entirely those
of the Master Kuthumi although written by Krishnamurti at the age of
thirteen. The story of how this book came to be written is narrated.
654. LEEUW, J.J. van der. The conquest of illusion.
London: Alfred A. Knopf, 1928, VI, 234 p., illustrations, 23 cm.
This book is dedicated to J. Krishnamurti and to the memory of his
brother Nityananda in token of an unvarying friendship and in remembrance
of Ojai days.
655. LEVY, Eugne. Mrs Besant and the present crisis in the Theosophi
cal Society; with a prefatory letter by M. Edouard Schur; translated from
the French by C.E.S.
London: H.J. Heywood-Smith, 1913, XX, 147 p., 19 cm.
656. LEYBOURNE-WHITE, Charis. Knowing ourselves.
(In The mind of J. Krishnamurti; edited by Luis S.R. Vas. Bombay: Jaico
Publishing House, 1971, p. 228-232).
657. LEYBOURNE-WHITE, Charis. The mind of man.
(In The mind of J. Krishnamurti; edited by Luis S.R. Vas. Bombay: Jaico
Publishing House, 1971, p. 275-281).
658. LEYBOURNE-WHITE, Charis. Relationship and love.
(In The mind of J. Krishnamurti; edited by Luis S.R. Vas. Bombay: Jaico
Publishing House, 1971, p. 194-200).
659*. LINSSEN, Robert. Quest-ce que la spiritualit?
Bruxelles: Institut Suprieur de Sciences et Philosophies Naturelles,
[1944], 156 p., portrait, 15 cm.
660*. LINSSEN, Robert. Le destin du XXe sicle.
Bruxelles: Editions Etre Libre, 1949, 200 p.
661. LINSSEN, Robert. Etudes psychologiques de C.G. Jung
J. Krishnamurti, par Rm Linssen. 2nd edition.
Bruxelles: Editions Etre Libre, 1950, 3-119 p., Bibliography, 16 cm.

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662*. LINSSEN, Robert. Lavenir du monde.


Bruxelles: Editions Etre Libre, 1951.
663. LINSSEN, Robert. Krishnamurti et la pense occidentale, par Rm
Linssen; suivi dun appendice sur Krishnamurti et lexistentialisme, par
Ren Four.
Bruxelles: Editions Etre Libre, 1951, 3-182 p., Bibliography, 16 cm.
664*. LINSSEN, Robert. De lamour humain lamour divin, par Rm
Linssen.
Bruxelles: Editions Etre Libre, 1953, 144 p.
665. LINSSEN, Robert. De lamour humain lamour divin; prface du
Dr Roger Godel; avant-propos de Jean Herbert. Deuxime dition revue
et augmente. Bruxelles: Editions Etre Libre, 1953, 3-164 p., Bibliography,
20 cm. (Collection des trois lotus).
666*. LINSSEN, Robert. Essais sur le bouddhisme en gnral et sur le zen
en particulier, 2nd revised edition.
Bruxelles: Editions Etre Libre, 1954, 2 vols, (140; 142 p.).
667. LINSSEN, Robert. Lveil suprme: bases pratiques du bouddhisme
zen et de la pense de Krishamurti [sic].
Bruxelles: Editions Etre Libre, 1958, 3-116 p. Bibliography, 16 cm.
668. LINSSEN, Robert. Lveil suprme: bases pratiques du chan du zen
et de la pense de Krishnamurti, 3rd revised edition.
Bruxelles: Editions Etre Libre, 1970, 3-160 p., portrait, Bibliography, 18
cm.
669. LINSSEN, Robert. Living Zen; preface by Christmas Humphreys;
foreword by R. Godel; translated by Diana Abrahams-Curiel, First
Evergreen edition.
New York: Grove Press, 1960, 3-348 p., 21 cm.
There are many references to Krishnamurti including two chapters
entitled Similarities between Zen and Krishnamurti and Divergencies
between Buddhism, Zen and Krishnamurti, p. 236-251.
670. LINSSEN, Robert. Bouddhisme et zen.
(In La tolrance. Bruxelles: Editions Etre Libre, 1963, p. 67-96).
671. LINSSEN, Robert. La notion dnergie amorisante de Teilhard de
Chardin et le bhakti yoga de Vivekananda.
(In La tolrance. Bruxelles: Editions Etre Libre, 1963, p. 33-43).
672. LINSSEN, Robert. Le silence intrieur.
(In Lhomme et la connaissance. Paris: Le Courrier du Livre, 1965, p. ISS
US).

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673*. LINSSEN, Robert. Spiritualit de la matire: essai sur la ralit


fondamentale.
Paris: Editions Plante,. 1966, 216 p., 20 cm.
6 7 4 . LINSSEN, Robert. Le zen: sagesse dExtrme-Orient: un nouvel art
de vivre?
Venders: Marabout Universit, 1969, 3-267 p., illustrations, portraits,
Bibliography, 18 cm.

675. LINSSEN, Robert. Amour sexe et spiritualit.


Paris: Le Courrier du Livre, 1971, 3-128 p., 22 cm.
LINSSEN, Robert. Krishnamurti psychologue de lEre Nouvelle.
Paris: Le Courrier du Livre, 1971, 3-192 p., portraits, Bibliography, 21 cm.
676.

677. LINSSEN, Robert. Bouddhisme, taosme et zen; prface Docteur


Roger Godei, notes du Professeur Masson - Oursel et de Mme A. DavidNeel.
Paris: Le Courrier du Livre, 1972, 3-366 p.. Bibliography, 24 cm.
This work is a revised and expanded version of Essais sur le bouddhisme
en gnral et sur le zen en particulier.
678*. LJUNGSTROM, Georg. Nostradamus och Anton Johanssons
profetior om nu stundande vrldshndelser . . . .
Stockholm: A.B. Seelig, 1928.
679. LUTYENS, Elisabeth. A goldfish bowl.
London: Cassell, 1972.
There are several references to the early life of Krishnamurti.
LUTYENS, Lady Emily. Candles in the sun.
London: Rupert Hart-Da vis, 1957, 196 p., illustration, portraits, 22 cm.
The moving story of why the author joined the Theosophical Society in
1910 and why she left it 20 years later. The book is also an account of the
training, development and personality of Krishnamurti during the days
when he was hailed as the coming Messiah, and of his breaking away from
the organizations which had so proclaimed him. She was closely associated
with Krishnamurti from the time he first came to England as a boy of 15.
680.

LUTYENS, Mary. To be young: some chapters of autobiography.


London: Rupert Hart-Davis, 1959, 192 p., portraits, 23 cm.

681.

6 8 2 . LUTYENS, Mary. An introduction to Krishnamurti. Beckenham:


Krishnamurti Foundation, [1970], [2], 5 p. 21 cm.

683. M.F. How I understand Krishnamurti.


(In The mind of J. Krishnamurti; edited by Luis S.R. Vas. Bombay: Jaico
Publishing House, 1971, p. 157-158).

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6 8 4 . McCARTNEY, James.
(In Yoga: the key to life. London: Rider, 1969, p. 227, 230).
The writer discusses what Krishnamurti (writing as Alcyone) taught: we
must have four qualifications in order to enter upon the Path: Discrimina
tion, Desirelessness, Good conduct and Love.
6 8 5 . MACKAY, John. News letter of Mr Krishnamurtis visit to
Australia, February-March, 1934.
Sydney: Publicity Press, [1934], 4 p., 23 cm.

686*. MAGRE, Maurice.


(In Magiciens et illumins. Paris: Fasquelle Editeurs, 1930 p. 259-293).
MALLIK, Gurdayal. Krishnamurti teacher of the direct path.
Karachi: Young Builder Press, [1934], [1], 27 p., portrait, 19 cm.
An essay on the personality and teachings of Krishnamurti.

687.

688. MANZIARLY, Irma de. Krishnamurti a critical study.


(In The mind of J. Krishnamurti; edited by Luis S.R. Vas. Bombay: Jaico
Publishing House, 1971, p. 41-46).
6 8 9 . MARSHALL, Anne.
(In Hunting the guru in India. London: Victor Gollancz, 1963, p. 123-131).

690. MAYO, Katherine.


(In Slaves of the gods. London: Jonathan Cape, 1929, p. VI, 65-66, 149,
158-159, 220-221).
Includes extracts from statements made by Krishnamurti in .New India,
March 22, 1928 and Stri-Dharma, January 1926, wherein he denounced
infant marriage, the heartless restrictions on widows, the treatment of
women generally, the caste system, untouchability and the neglect of
children.
MEHTA, Rohit. Action and reaction.
(In The play of the infinite. Adyar: Theosophical Publishing House, 1952,
p. 158-185).
691.

692. MEHTA, Rohit. What is awareness?


(In The search for freedom. Adyar: Theosophical Publishing House, 1957,
p. 207-211).
6 9 3 . METHORST, H. W. What Krishnamurti has meant to me or: synthe
sis and paradox.
(In There is no escape; edited by Inghram Smith. Sydney: McNiven
Publishing Guild, 1951, p. 35-41).
6 9 4 . METHORST, H.W. What Krishnamurti has meant to me.
(In The mind of J. Krishnamurti; edited by Luis S.R. Vas. Bombay: Jaico
Publishing House, 1971, p. 153-156).

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695. METHORST-KUIPER, A.J.G. Krishnamurti: portret van een


onafhankelijk denker.
Amsterdam: Uitgeverij de Driehoek, [195-], 109 p., Bibliography, 20 cm.
696. METHORST-KUIPER, A.J.G. Krishnamurti [translated
D.V. de Munther Thompson],
Bombay: Chetana, [1970], VII, 81 p., Bibliography, 19 cm.

by

697. MILLER, Henry. Krishnamurti.


(In The books in my life. London: Peter Owen, 1952, p. 147-159).
There is a name I have withheld which stands out in contrast to all that is
secret, suspect, confusing, bookish and enslaving: Krishnamurti. Here is one
man of our time who may be said to be a master of reality. He stands alone.
- Miller p. 150. In this long survey of the teachings, Miller commends 2 books
on Krishnamurti: Carlo Suares Krishnamurti (1932) and Ludowic Rehault
Krishnamurti (1939).
698. MOTWANI, Kewal. The teachings of Krishnamurti.
(In Three great sages (Sri Aurobindo, Dr Annie Besant, J. Krishnamurti).
Madras: Ganesh, 1951, p. 37-45).
A talk broadcast over Radio Ceylon on October 31, 1950. In the Preface
Motwani states that whereas Sri Aurobindo and Dr Besant point to the path,
Krishnaji makes one the Path itself; and that where they end, Krishnaji
begins.
699. MOTWANI, Kewal. J. Krishnamurti: an introduction.
Madras: Ganesh, 1957, XV, 53 p., 19 cm.
Contents: Krishnamurti An outline of Krishnajis teachings The
impact of Krishnajis teachings on the world Bibliography.
7 0 0 . Mrs Annie Besant: a sketch of her life and her services to India, 2nd
edition.
Madras: G.A. Natesan, [1917], 56 p., portrait, 17 cm. The Krishnamurti
case p. 39.
A brief statement concerning Mrs Besants entanglement in a law suit filed
against her by Krishnamurtis father. He sought to deprive her of the custody
of his sons.

NAHAL, Chaman Lai. A conversation with J. Krishnamurti.


New Delhi: Arya Book Depot, 1965, VIII, 56 p., 22 cm.
The chapter entitled A conversation with J. Krishnamurti originally
appeared in The Hindustan Times, November 1, 1964.
701.

7 0 2 . NEEDLEMAN, Jacob. A note on Krishnamurti.


(In The new religions. New York: Doubleday, 1970, p. 148-169).
This long survey of the life and teachings of Krishnamurti ends with an
inquiry into right education. The main work of education is nothing less than
that of self-observation by both teachers and students.

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703. NEILL, A.S.


(In That dreadful school. London: Herbert Jenkins, 1937).
I should call Krishnamurti a Christ like personality . . . p. 187.
It is true that the greatest love for humanity is found in possessionless
men like Jesus and Krishnamurti. p. 223.
7 0 4 . NEILL, A.S.
(In Hearts not heads in the school. London: Herbert Jenkins, [1944], p. 15,
51).

705. NEILL, A.S.


(In The problem family. London: Herbert Jenkins, [1949], p. 114).
7 0 6 . NEILL, A.S.
(In The free child. London: Herbert Jenkins, 1953, p. 96).
Krishnamurti began a lecture by saying that nothing has ever been solved
by thought.

707. NETHERCOT, Arthur S. The last four lives of Annie Besant.


London: Rupert Hart-Davis, 1963, 483 p., illustrations, portraits, 23 cm.
There are many references to the early life of Krishnamurti in this well
documented work.
708*. NIEL, Andr. Krishnamurti et la rvolte.
Paris: Le Cercle du Livre, 1953, 208 p., 20 cm.
709. NIEL, Andr. Krishnamurti: the man in revolt; translated from the
French.
Bombay: Chetana, 1957, XV, 109 p. portrait (by Antoine Bourdelle),
Bibliography, 19 cm. (The inter-continental library).
A discussion between Niel and Leonard Sainville on Krishnamurti and
Marx is included p. 75-97.
NIEL, Andr. Les grands appels de lhumanisme contemporain.
Paris: Editions Courrier du Livre, 1966, 136 p., 17 cm.

710*.

7 1 1 . OMALLEY, L.S.S.
(In Modern India and the West: a study of the interaction of their civiliza
tions.
London: Oxford University Press, 1941, p. 560).

712. OSBORN, Arthur W.


(In The superphysical: a review of the evidence for continued existence,
reincarnation, and mystical states of consciousness. London: Ivor Nicholson
& Watson, 1937, p. 314-315, 324-325).
713. OSBORN, Arthur W.
(In The expansion of awareness: one mans search for meaning in living.
Reigate: Omega Press, 1955, p. 97, 231, 237).

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714. OSBORN, Arthur W.


(In The future is now: the significance of precognition. Wheaton: Theosophical Publishing House, 1961, p. 244-245).
At any moment we may realize the timelessness of Reality while in the
midst of the time-sequence which limitation imposes upon us. Perhaps this
is what Krishnamurti means by choiceless awareness. Why should we
choose when we have only to realize what isT Osborn.
715. OSBORN, Arthur W.
(In The axis and the rim: the quest for Reality in a modern setting.
London: Vincent Stuart, 1963, p. 7, 155).
The total effect on the author of a long talk with Krishnamurti was that all
goals conceived in terms of the personal and conditioned I prevent the
realization of the ultimate Truth.
716. OSBORN, Arthur W.
(In The meaning of personal existence in the light of paranormal
phenomena, the doctrine of reincarnation and mystical states of conscious
ness. Wheaton: Theosophical Publishing House, 1968, p. 196-197).
Concerning Krishnamurti If it is asked what does he teach the answer
must be that in a formal sense he does not teach anything. How then can he
have any influence on people? He does so by directing attention to what is
going on within themselves Osborn.
717. OSBORN, Arthur W.
(In The cosmic womb: an interpretation of mans relationship to the
infinite. Wheaton: Theosophical Publishing House, 1969 p. 193-198).
The approach of Krishnamurti is described as a combination of Zen and
Socrates.
718. PANT, Apa.
(In Surya namaskars: an ancient Indian exercise. New Delhi: Orient
Longmans, 1970, p. 50).
Those who should know, speak of meditation as mindfulness.
Krishnamurti calls-it choiceless awareness. Apa Pant.
719. PANT, S.R. A gesture of co-operation with Krishnajis work: [The
river-ness].
Poona: R.A. Rairikar, 1963, Various pagings, portrait, 23 cm.
720. PANT, S.R. Supplement to The river-ness.
Poona: R.A. Rayrikar, 1964, [2], p. 125-312, 22 cm.
721. PANT, S.R. Ever beyond the much talked of subconscious; Part 2,
by Alone.
Poona: Rayrikar & Sons, 1968. Various pagings, 25 cm.
722. PANT, S.R. Before lifting up the curtain or after laying down the
curtain (both ways), by Alone.
Poona: Shankaraji Narayan Publications, 1970. Various pagings, 25 cm.

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723.
PANT, S.R. Raman Maharshi and J. Krishnamurti (concomitant
factors in their teachings), by Alone.
Poona: Shankaraji Narayan Publications, 1972, 200 p., 22 cm.
724*. PANT, S.R. All at once or J. Krishnamurti.
Poona: R.A. Rairikar, [19-]. In 2 series.
725. PANT, S.R. Dawn of all at once or J. Krishnamurti.
Poona: R.A. Rairikar, [19-]. [133] p. illustrations, 22 cm.
726. PANT, S.R. An addendum to Dawn and J. Krishnamurti & Raman
Maharshi (concomitant factors in their teachings).
Poona: R.A. Rairikar, [19-], 34 p., 22 cm.
727. PANT, S.R. In-between.
Poona: R.A. Rairikar, [19-], [76] p., 28 cm.
728. PANT, S.R. Supplement to In between.
Poona: R.A. Rairikar, [19-], [32] p., 29 cm.
729. PANT, S.R. Perhaps, the consummating fragment of the book.
Poona: R.A. Rairikar, [19-],. [32] p., 29 cm.
730. PAVRI, P. (In Theosophy explained in questions and answers.
Adyar: Theosophical Publishing House, 1921, p. 257-263).
Includes an outline of the four qualifications required of a probationer
before he can become an accepted disciple, as given in A t the feet o f the
master.
731*. PAVRI, P. The coming World-Teacher. [192-?].
Krishnamurti called it an extremely interesting book and a very useful
compilation . . . a great service to the Order . . . by its wide usefulness to the
Star movement.
The fourth edition of this work was published as The World-Teacher (in
questions and answers).
732. PAVRI, P. The World-Teacher (in questions and answers).
Adyar: Indian Star Headquarters, 1927, X, 337 p., portrait, 19 cm.
This is in reality the fourth edition of The Coming World-Teacher,
enlarged (nearly doubled), and brought up to date. This had to be done as the
Supreme Teacher has already come, and the name, The Coming WorldTeacher, implying that the Great Lord was yet to come, was therefore
inappropriate Preface.
733*. PAVRI, P. The message of the Star in questions and answers,
abridged from The coming World-Teacher 5th edition.
Adyar: Indian Star Headquarters, [192-?].
734.
PAYNE, Muriel Amy. Advances in understanding education;
drawings by Cyril Satorsky.
Chalfont Saint Giles: The Ark, 1955, 23 p., illustrations, 19 cm.

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735. PAYNE, Muriel Amy. A deeper understanding of ourselves.


Little Gaddesden: Ark Press, 1955, 24 p., 19 cm.
736. PAYNE, Muriel Amy.
(In Creative education. Glasgow: William Maclellan, 1958, p. 10).
What Krishnamurti said turned the authors research towards a still
deeper self-knowledge.
737. PEARCE, F.G. Experiment in relationship.
(In There is no escape; edited by Inghram Smith. Sydney: McNiven
Publishing Guild, 1951, p. 42-46).
738. PEREZ, J.R. Guillent.
(In Dios, el ser, el misterio. Caracas: Ediciones Reunion de Profesores,
1966, p. 69-100).
POMENTA, Eloy Silvio. Marcuse, la psiquiatra y la liberacin.
Caracas: Editorial Medica Venezolana, 1969, 3-110 p., Bibliography, 22
cm.
739.

7 4 0 * . POORTMAN, J.J. Philosophy, Theosophy, parapsychology:


some essays on diverse subjects.
Leyden: A.W.Sythoff, 1965, 132 p., 25 cm.
7 4 1 . POWELL, Robert. Zen and reality: an approach to sanity and
happiness on a non-sectarian basis.
London: George Allen & Unwin, 1961, 3-141 p Bibliography, 22 cm.
Krishnamurti and Zen are in essence the same thing Powell.

742. POWELL, Robert. Crisis in consciousness: commentaries on love,


life and death and other matters.
London: James Clarke, 1967, 199 p., 22 cm.
The author particularly favours Krishnamurtis approach because it is
clear, simple, unambiguous and admirably suited to the needs of modern
man.
7 4 3 . POWELL, Robert. J. Krishnamurti: the man and his teaching.
Berkeley: Shambala Publications, 1970, [2], 10 p., portrait, 22 cm.
A slightly altered version of the essay that originally appeared in Darshana
International vol. 3 no. 4 October 1963, and entitled Krishnaji, the man and
his teaching: an appreciation.

POWELL, Robert. An approach to Krishnamurti.


(In The mind of J. Krishnamurti; edited by Luis S.R. Vas. Bombay: Jaico
Publishing House, 1971, p. 30-40).
744.

7 4 5 . POWELL, Robert. Can illumination be transmitted? by R.P.


(In The mind of J. Krishnamurti; edited by Luis S.R. Vas. Bombay: Jaico
Publishing House, 1971, p. 257-258).

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81

746. POWELL, Robert. The free mind.


.
(In The mind of J. Krishnamurti; edited by Luis S.R. Vas. Bombay: Jaico
Publishing House, 1971, p. 259-260).
747. POWELL, Robert. Right beginning.
(In The mind of J. Krishnamurti; edited by Luis S.R. Vas. Bombay: Jaico
Publishing House, 1971, p. 24-29).
748. POWELL, Robert. Zen and liberation according to Krishnamurti.
(In The mind of J. Krishnamurti; edited by Luis S.R. Vas. Bombay: Jaico
Publishing House, 1971, p. 166-169).
749. POWELL, Robert. The free mind: the inward path to liberation.
New York: Julian Press, 1972, XIII, 175 p 22 cm.
Present political and social liberation movements, however necessary they
may be, are in themselves not sufficient to establish a truly free and enlight
ened society; the latter can come into being only when the human psyche, of
which society is a faithful reflection, has liberated itself from its inherent
bondage. The author examines in depth certain aspects of our psychological
condition, and in doing so comes upon various signposts to the ultimate
liberation.
750. RAJAGOPAL, D. Editors note.
(In Think on these things. New York: Harper & Row, 1964, p. 7-8).
751. RAJU, P.T. J. Krishnamurti.
(In The philosophical traditions of India. London: George Allen & Unwin,
1971, p. 235).
752. RAO, P.M.
(In Escapism and escape; and. Buddhism and mysticism. Kandy: Buddhist
Publication Society, 1966, p. 4-17).
A criticism of the teachings of Krishnamurti. Reprinted from The Maha
Bodhi vol. 71 no. 6 and vol. 65 no. 3.
753. REHAULT, Ludowic. Krishnamurti et le problme social.
Bruxelles: H. Kumps, 1932, 45 p., portrait, 20 cm.
754*. REHAULT, Ludowic. Krishnamurti et les religions.
Bruxelles: H. Kumps, 1933, 48 p. portrait, 19 cm.
755*. REHAULT, Ludowic. LInstructeur du Monde: Krishnamurti.
Nice: Les Tables dHarmonie, 1934, 352 p portrait, 20 cm.
756*. REHAULT, Ludowic. Krishnamurti et lindividualisme.
Nice: Les Tables dHarmonie, 1935, 48 p., portrait, 19 cm.
757. REHAULT, Ludowic. Krishnamurti et la rvolution.
Nice: Les Tables dHarmonie, 1937, 3-58 p., portrait, 20 cm.

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758. REHAULT, Ludowic. Krishnamurti: man is his own liberator;


translated by Ina Harper.
Boston: Christopher Publishing House, 1939, 268 p portrait, 20 cm.
This commentary, written by a member of the Theosophical Society,
abounds in biographical information on Krishnamurti.
759. ROCKE, Mary E. The coming of the World-Teacher and death, war
and evolution; and writings by C.W. Leadbeater and in parts by Annie
Besant and others: a book of extracts from lectures; selected and arranged by
M.E. Rocke.
London: Allen & Unwin, 1917, 242 p., illustrations, Bibliography. 19 cm.
Includes extracts from the works of C. Jinarajadasa, George S. Arundale
and E.A. Wodehouse.
760. ROSS, Nancy Wilson.
{In The world of Zen: an East-West anthology; compiled, edited, and with
an introduction, by Nancy Wilson Ross. New York: Random House, 1960,
p. 238-239).
Includes an extract from The first and last freedom.
761. SANJIVA RAU, B.
{In The future of the Theosophical Society. Adyar: Theosophical Publish
ing House, 1931, p. 17-64).
762. SANJIVA RAU, B. Introducing Krishnamurti.
{In The mind of J. Krishnamurti; edited by Luis S.R. Vas. Bombay: Jaico
Publishing House, 1971, p. 8-14).
763. SAUNDERS, Nicholas.
{In Alternative London. 3rd edition. London: Nicholas Saunders, 1972,
p. 179-180).
764. SAVOIR, Alfred. Lui: pice en trois actes.
{In La fuite en avant: trois comdies, davant-garde, 3rd edition. Paris:
Librairie Gallimard, 1930, p. 181-268).
765. SAVOIR, Alfred. He: a comedy in three acts [translated and adapted
from the French].
London: Samuel French, [1932], 106 p. illustrations.
Vishnamurti, the main character in this satirical play, is evidently and
probably a representation of Krishnamurti. Krishnamurtis name, however,
appears nowhere in the text. Among the subjects satirised are religion,
society, spiritualism and love.
766. SCHMIDT, Erich. Wer ist Krishnamurti.
Berlin: Arbeitsgemeinschaft Krishnamurti, 1970, 23 p 18 cm.
767. SCOTT, Cyril. The initiate in the dark cycle, by his pupil.
London: Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1932, XVII, 215 p., 20 cm.

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83

There are several references to Krishnamurti and two chapters on him


entitled Krishnamurti: a problem p. 63-77 and The truth about Krishnam
urti p. 131-143.
768. SERRANO, Miguel. Krishnamurti.
(In The serpent of paradise: the story of an Indian pilgrimage; translated
by Frank Macshane. London: Rider, 1963, p. 214-219).
Krishnamurti is compared to a destructive Shiva, performing his great
dance for the preparation of a new creative vacuum.
769. SHEARMAN, Hugh. J. Krishnamurti.
(In Modern Theosophy. Adyar: Theosophical Publishing House, 1952, p.
60-64).
The profound influence of Krishnamurti upon the members of the Theoso
phical Society has resulted in changing their focus of attention from received
authority to individual experience.
770. SINGHAL, D P.
(In India and world civilization. London: Sidgwick & Jackson, 1972, vol.
2, p. 267).
That man comes to eternal reality through self-knowledge is the central
theme of Krishnamurtis teaching.
771. SIVRAMAN, S. Tagore and Krishnamurti.
(In The mind of J. Krishnamurti; edited by Luis-S.R. Vas. Bombay: Jaico
Publishing House, 1971, p. 185-186).
772. SRI PRAKASA. Annie Besant: as woman and as leader: reminis
cences of Sri Prakasa as child, boy, youth and man.
Adyar: Theosophical Publishing House, 1941, XXII, 255 p., portrait, 19
cm.
There are several references to Krishnamurti in these reminiscences.
773. SRI RAM, N.
(In Lifes deeper aspects. Adyar: Theosophical Publishing House, 1968, p.
74).
Mr. Krishnamurti speaks of dying to all experiences here and now
which means a fresh start, looking at everything and everyone, not through
images carried over from the past, but directly, seeing them as they are, an
entirely different relationship which is both direct and real Sri Ram.
774. SRI RAM, N. Seeking wisdom.
Adyar: Theosophical Publishing House, 1969, VII, 257 p., 19 cm.
The author, who was the President of the Theosophical Society, has
touched on certain points in the teachings of Krishnamurti.
775. STEVENS, Barry. Dont push the river (it flows by itself).
Lafayette: Real People Press, 1970, [7], 271 p., illustrations, 23 cm.
An account of the authors use of Gestalt therapy and the ways of Zen,

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Krishnamurti and the American Indian in order to deepen and expand


personal experience.
776*. SUARES, Carlo. Sur un orgue de Barbarie. Orn dun dessin
dAntoine Bourdelle.
Paris: Librairie de France, 1928, 215 p., 20 cm.
This book is dedicated to Krishnamurti: A mon ami J. Krishnamurti qui
ma montr le chemin o lon ne marche que seul. Avril-Aot 1927.
777*. SUARES, Carlo. Autarchie.
(In Voie libre. Paris: Au Sans Pareil, 1930).
The authors essay in this book is preceded by a quotation from Krishnam
urti: Develop your own particular individual uniqueness towards a state of
pure action.
778*. SUARES, Carlo. Lhomme et le moi: sur des notes prises au cours
des confrences et causeries faites par J. Krishnamurti en France en 1930.
Paris: Les Editions de lEtoile, 1931, 48 p., 14 cm.
779. SUARES, Carlo. La comdie psychologique.
Paris: Jos Corti, 1932, 368 p., 22 cm.
780*. SUARES, Carlo. Les Editions Adyar prsentent Krishnamurti.
Paris: Les Editions Adyar, 1932, 16 p., 24 cm.
781. SUARES, Carlo. Krishnamurti.
Paris: Les Editions Adyar, 1932, 3-277 p., 21 cm. Text in French.
782*. SUARES, Carlo. Krishnamurti.
Paris: Les Editions Adyar, 1947, 277 p., 20 cm.
This edition includes a preface by the author. Text in French.
783*. SUARES, Carlo. Krishnamurti et lunit humaine.
Paris: Le Cercle du Livre, 1950, 239 p., portrait, 18 cm.
784. SUARES, Carlo. Krishnamurti and the unity of man; translated
from the French [by J.F. Hendry], 2nd edition.
Bombay: Chetana, 1955, Il-VII, 213 p., Bibliography, 19 cm.
(The inter-continental library).
This work is intended to replace the one which appeared in 1932, under
the title of Krishnamurtr Introduction.
785. SUARES, Carlo. Krishnamurti et lunit humaine. Nouvelle dition
revue et augmente.
Paris: Les Editions Adyar, 1962, 255 p., portrait, 20 cm.
786. SUARES, Carlo. There is.
(In The mind of J. Krishnamurti; edited by Luis S.R. Vas. Bombay:
Jaico Publishing House, 1971, p. 145-148).

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85

787. SUNYA. The new man.


(In The mind of J. Krishnamurti; edited by Luis S.R. Vas. Bombay: Jaico
Publishing House, 1971, p. 267-271).
788*. SUTARIYA, Bacubhai. Muktamani jivansaurabh.
Baroda: Gujarati Theosophical Federation, 1961, II, 88 p., 18 cm. Text in
Gujarati.
789. TALEYARKHAN, Feroza. Shri J. Krishnamurti.
(In Sages, saints and Arunachala Ramana. Madras: Orient Longmans,
1970, p. 152-154).
790. THAKAR, Vimala. The flame of life.
Surinamelaan: Mrs E.A.M. Frankena-Geraets. 1962, [18] p., 19 cm.
She refers to Krishnamurti who helped to sharpen her reason and refine
her sensitivity.
791. THAKAR, Vimala. On an eternal voyage.
Surinamelaan: Mrs E.A.M. Frankena-Geraets, 1966, 69 p., 21 cm.
The vivid account of an inward journey of discovery as well as conversa
tions with Krishnamurti concerning various matters and especially that of
inner transformation.
792. THAKAR, Vimala. The basic challenge.
(In The mind of J. Krishnamurti; edited by Luis S.R. Vas. Bombay: Jaico
Publishing House, 1971, p. 149-152).
793*. TIRY, Grard. Approche de lvnement.
Bruxelles: Editions Etre Libre, 1969, 110 p., 22 cm.
794. VAS, Luis S.R. The mind of J. Krishnamurti; edited by Luis
S.R. Vas. Bombay: Jaico Publishing House, 1971, XIII, 319 p., 17 cm.
An anthology of articles on Krishnamurti together with a few extracts
from his own works.
795. VAS, Luis S.R. General semantics as an introduction to Krishnam
urti.
(In The mind of J. Krishnamurti; edited by Luis S.R. Vas. Bombay: Jaico
Publishing House, 1971, p. 180-184).
796. VAS, Luis S.R. J. Krishnamurti: the man and his mind.
(In The mind of J. Krishnamurti; edited by Luis S.R. Vas. Bombay: Jaico
Publishing House, 1971, p. 1-7).
797. VAS, Luis S.R. Transformation of personality according to Krish
namurti, in the light of psychoanalysis.
(In The mind of J. Krishnamurti; edited by Luis S.R. Vas. Bombay: Jaico
Publishing House, 1971, p. 176-179).

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798. VAS, Luis S.R. Way of the paradox.


{In The mind of J. Krishnamurti; edited by Luis S.R. Vas. Bombay: Jaico
Publishing House, 1971, p. 161-165).
799. VERITAS, pseudonym. Mrs Besant and the Alcyone case.
Madras: Goodwin, 1913, [2], 264, XXXVII p., portraits, 19 cm.
This book is published with a view to assist Mr G. Narayaniah to pay the
heavy costs of the trial instituted by him in the High Court of Madras for the
recovery of his two minor sons G. Krishnamurthi and G. Nityananda
from Mrs. Annie Besant. Foreword.
The book contains an account of the famous case of G. Narayaniah vs
Annie Besant.
VERWEYEN, Johannes Maria. Der neue Mensch und seine Ziele.
Stuttgart: W. Hadecke, 1930, 214 p., 21 cm.
The last chapter of this book is entitled Krishnamurtis Botschaft in unserer Zeit.
800*.

8 0 1 * . VITELLESCHI, Carla. Ethik als tat, gesprache um Krishnamurti.


Jena: E. Diederichs, 1930, [177] p., 22 cm.

WATSON, Francis.
{In The trial of Mr Gandhi; with a foreword by Earl Mountbatten of
Burma. London: Macmillan, 1969, p. 190).
When the light had gone out with Gandhis assassination, it was to
Krishnamurti that Jawaharlal Nehru brought, in secret, his solitary anguish
Watson.
802.

WATTS, Alan W.
{In The meaning of happiness: the quest for freedom of the spirit in
modern psychology & the wisdom of the East. New York: Harper &
Brothers, 1940, p. 26).
803.

8 0 4 . WATTS, Alan W.
{In The supreme identity: an essay on Oriental metaphysic and the
Christian religion. London: Faber and Faber, 1950, p. 167-168).
Krishnamurti reduces the longing for eternal life to the very cause which
prevents our awareness of it the desire for security.

WATTS, Alan W. On being aware.


{In The wisdom of insecurity. London: Rider, 1954, p. 69-80).
Watts uses the word awareness in the sense given to it by Krishnamurti
whose writings discuss this theme with extraordinary perception.
805.

8 0 6 . WATTS, Alan W.
{In Beyond theology: the art of Godmanship. London: Hodder and
Stoughton, 1964, p. 229).
8 0 7 . WATTS, Alan W. The book on the taboo against knowing who you
are.
New York: Collier Books, 1967, X, 150 p Bibliography, 18 cm.

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87

808. WEBB, James.


(In The flight from reason: vol. 1 of the age of the irrational. London:
Macdonald, 1971, p. 60-65, 233).
8 0 9 . WEI WU WEI.
(In Fingers pointing towards the moon: reflections of a pilgrim on the way.
London: Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1958, p. 150).
Krishnamurti quoted: You cannot choose Reality, it is Reality that must
choose you.

WEI WU WEI.
(In The tenth man: the great joke (which made Lazarus laugh). Hong
Kong: Hong Kong University Press, [1967], p. 121).
Krishnamurti quoted: There is no purpose: there is only a living beyond.
810.

WEISS, Richard. Clarity.


(In There is no escape; edited by Inghram Smith. Sydney: McNiven
Publishing Guild, 1951, p. 13-17).
811.

8 1 2 . WEISS, Richard. World without frontiers; translated by Kathryn


Linden and Winifred Richardson, 2nd edition revised and abridged.
Sydney: Angus and Robertson, 1958, IX, 221 p., 23 cm.
First published in a Dutch edition in 1937. The English edition has been
translated from the revised and enlarged original German manuscript___
8 1 3 . WEISS, Richard. Illusion and reality: an inquiry into the world
crisis.
Ilfracombe: Arthur H. Stockwell, 1963, 47 p 19 cm.
8 1 4 . WELVAERT, Reynold. A letter to Krishnamurti.
(In The mind of J. Krishnamurti; edited by Luis S.R. Vas. Bombay: Jaico
Publishing House, 1971, p. 141-144).

WEST, Geoffrey, pseudonym [i.e. Geoffrey H . Wells],


(In Mrs Annie Besant. London: Gerald Howe, 1927, p. 71-74, 81-82).
Some of the salient events in Krishnamurtis early life upto December 1925
are briefly surveyed.
815.

WEST, Geoffrey, pseudonym [i.e. Geoffrey H . Wells].


(In The life of Annie Besant. London: Gerald Howe, 1929, p. 196-202,249256).
816.

Whos who of Indian writers.


New Delhi: Sahitya Akademi, 1961, p. 171.

817*.

8 1 8 . WILLIAMS, Bertha.
(In Living on a star: a companion volume to C.W. Leadbeaters A
textbook of Theosophy. Wheaton: Theosophical Press, 1946, p. 24).

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8 1 9 . WILLIAMS, Gertrude M. The passionate pilgrim: a life of Annie


Besant.
London: John Hamilton, [19].
This bjography is replete with references to Krishnamurti, especially in the
chapters entitled Messiahs made to order, 1909-1913 and Rishis,
Romanism and Rebellion, 1922-1931.
8 2 0 . WODEHOUSE, E.A. The taking of a body by the World-Teacher:
what it means and implies.
Adyar: Order of the Star in the East, 1926, 24 p., 19 cm.

WODEHOUSE, E.A. The new Krishnaji.


Madras: Order of the Star, [1927?], [2], 15 p., 19 cm.
By the new Krishnaji is meant the Krishnaji who arrived at Adyar on
October 31, 1927. The difference between the old Krishnaji and the new is
explained as the difference between, on the one hand, being on the point of
breaking through a wall; and on the other hand, emerging on the other side of
the wall after having broken through it.
821.

822. WODEHOUSE, E.A. Man, nature, reality, in the teachings of


Krishnamurti.
(In The mind of J. Krishnamurti; edited by Luis S.R. Vas. Bombay: Jaico
Publishing House, 1971, p. 101-137).
WOOD, Ernest.
(In The future of the Theosophical Society. Adyar: Theosophical Publish
ing House, 1931, p. 65-102).
823.

8 2 4 . WOOD, Ernest. Clairvoyant investigations by C. W. Leadbeater and


The lives of Alcyone (J. Krishnamurti): some facts described by Ernest
Wood; with notes by C. Jinarajadasa.
Adyar: Privately published by C. Jinarajadasa, 1947, [1], 39 p., 19 cm.
In his notes Jinarajadasa has quoted from the correspondence which
passed between Bishop Leadbeater and Dr Besant about the coming of
Krishnamurti and the investigation into his past lives.
8 2 5 . ZAEHNER, R.C.
(In Drugs, mysticism and make-believe. London: Collins, 1972, p. 114115,133).
The quotations from Krishnamurti illustrate the difference between
psychedelic experience and genuine meditation.

ARTICLES IN PERIODICALS
(826-1532)
826*. A.C. Informations diverses.
(In Bulletin Thosophique, no. 6 June 1929 p. 104-107).
A summary of Annie Besants speech at Marseilles concerning the new
message of Krishnamurti.
827. A.E.L. A spiritual aristocracy.
(In The Herald of the Star, vol. 15, no. 9 September 1, 1926, p. 389-390).
8 2 8 . A.O. Truth has diverse facets
(In The Star, vol. 1, no. 2 February 1928, p. 18-19).
(In The Star Review, vol. 1, no. 2 February 1928, p. 68-69).
8 2 9 . A C H A R D , Y v o n . P a rco u rs.

(In Plante Plus, no. 19, December 1970, p. 13-23).


8 3 0 . ACHARD, Yvon. Prcisions et propos du langage de Krishnamurti
et de certains termes de son vocabulaire.
(In Plante Plus, no. 19, December 1970, p. 68-69).

AGASHE, S.V. To work as hard as the speaker.


(In Krishnamurti Foundation Bulletin, no. 6, Spring 1970, p. 9).

831.

8 3 2 * . ALAIN. Une grande esprance pour le monde confrence publique


faite Cherbourg, le 27 Dcembre 1925.
(In Bulletin de lOrdre de lEtoile dOrient, no. 2, April 1926, p. 27-43).

833. ANDREAE-RATHENAU, Edith. An impression.


(In International Star Bulletin, no. 2, September 1929, p. 25).
8 3 4 * . ANDREAE-RATHENAU, Edith. Selbstverwirklichung-Vortrag,
gehalten am 23.4.31 in der Deutschen Gesellschaft 1914
(In Der Stern, no. 9, November-December 1932, p. 27-48).
8 3 5 * . ANGKOR, Pierre d. Lintuition, instrument de notre progrs spirit
uel.
(In Spiritualit, no. 14, January 15, 1946, p. 45-50, no. 15, February 15,
1946, p. 73-78).

836*. ANGKOR, Pierre d. Lirreligion de lavenir.


(In La Tour de Feu, no. 36-37, Spring 1952, p. 62-66).
8 3 7 * . LARBITRE, pseudonym. Les chemins de linnom de Teilhard
de Chardin Krishnamurti.
(In La Voix des Potes, no. 10, Autumn, October-November-December
1961, p. 82-85).

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838* ARMAND, Emile. Mas alla del dolor.


(In LUnique, no. 20, May 1947, p. 154-156). Text in French.
839*. ARQUE, George. Devant un public venu de toute lEurope,
Krishnamurti, le grand sage Hindou, qui fut le nouveau Messie a rompu ce
matin, Paris, un silence de 30 annes.
(Jn Dimanche - Soir. April 10, 1950).
8 4 0 * . ARUNDALE, George S. Alcyone et Mizar.
(In Le Thosophe, no. 73, December 8, 1912, p. 3).
8 4 1 . ARUNDALE, George S. Organisation and activities of the Order of
the Star in the East (In the Herald of the Star, vol. 3, no. 1, January 11,
1914, p. 9-15).
Krishnamurti commended this article in his introduction to it, p. 8.
8 4 2 . ARUNDALE, George S. The path of service: an address to Theosophical students.
(In The Herald of the Star, vol. 4, no. 8, August 11, 1915, p. 354-357).

ARUNDALE, George S. In the Starlight.


(In The Herald of the Star, vol. 4, no. 9, September 11, 1915, p. 387-389).
843.

8 4 4 . ARUNDALE, George S. The conception and administration of the


Eerde Trust.
(In The Herald of the Star, vol. 14, no. 1, January 1, 1925, p. 7-8).
Baron van Pallandt felt that there could be no greater blessing than to
dedicate his fine historic castle with about five thousand acres of land to the
use of the Great World Teacher through the Order consecrated to the
preparation of the world for His coming. This was done on October 1, 1923.
8 4 5 . ARUNDALE, George S. Our General Secretary.
(In The Herald of the Star, vol. 14, no. 6, June 1, 1925, p. 182-183).
While discussing the failing health of the General Secretary, J.
Nityananda, Arundale noted Nityanandas touching comradeship with his
elder brother Krishnamurti ever in the background and ever perfectly
complementary and harmonious.
8 4 6 . ARUNDALE, George S. [A Camp Fire talk, Ommen Star Camp,
August 11, 1925],
(In The Herald of the Star, vol. 14, no. 10, October 1, 1925, p. 358-360).
All that Krishnamurti is, all that he does; we can be and we can do. He
serves, passionately loves and holds nothing back in the service of the master.
8 4 7 . ARUNDALE, George S. Address by Bishop Arundale, Ommen Star
Camp, 12th August, 1925.
(In The Herald of the Star, vol. 14, no. 9, September 1, 1925, p. 318-322).
8 4 8 . ARUNDALE, George S. Nitya.
(In The Herald of the Star, vol. 15, no. 1, January 1, 1926, p. 6).

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849. ARUNDALE, George S. Address to the Self-Preparation Groups.


{In The Herald of the Star, vol. 15, no. 6, June 1, 1926, p. 224-227).
After quoting Krishnamurtis phrase live nobly Arundale thought that
there was not very much to be said after that, for if a person lives nobly, he
lives.
850. ARUNDALE, George S. Thoughts on the World-Teacher.
{In The Star, vol. 1, no. 6, June 1928, p. 11-17).
{In The Star Review, vol. 1, no. 6, June 1928, p. 205-211).
851*. ARUNDALE, George S. La thosophie triomphante.
{In Bulletin Thosophique, no. 10, December 1932, p. 207-220).
A lecture in French to the Theosophical Society in Paris on November 6,
1932.
852*. ARUNDALE, George S. La thosophie et la vie.
{In Bulletin Thosophique, no. 10, December 1934, p. 307-321).
An address to the Theosophical Society in Paris on October 21, 1934.
853*. ARUNDALE, George S. La Socit Thosophique et ses membres.
{In Bulletin Thosophique, no. 2 February 1935, p. 42-50).
854*. ARUNDALE, George S. Lanne jubilaire.
{In Bulletin Thosophique, no. 7, July 1935, p. 175).
855*. ARUNDALE, George S. Lindpendance de la Socit Thoso
phique.
{In Bulletin Thosophique, no. 3, March 1937, p. 78-84).
The declarations of Mrs Besant concerning Krishnamurti do not in any
way commit the Theosophical Society to her views.
856*. ARUNDALE, George S. Convention Nationale de la Socit
Thosophique de France.
{In Bulletin Thosophique, no. 6, June 1938, p. 131-134).
857*. ARUNDALE, George S. Rapport du Prsident Arundale
lAssemble Gnrale de la Socit Thosophique, Bnares, le 26 dcembre
1938.
{In Bulletin Thosophique, no. 3, March 1939, p. 54-67).
858. ARUNDALE, Rukmini. Coming of the World-Teacher.
{In The Star, vol. 1, no. 2, February 1928, p. 22-26).
An address to the Star Center at Hollywood, California.
859*. AUBRAY, Thrse. Lvidence intrieure.
{In La Tour de Feu, no. 36-37, Spring 1952, p. 41).
860*. BACKERE, Jacques de. Conscience, langage, vrit.
{In Etre Libre, no. 215-217, October-December 1963, p. 2-12).

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861. BACKERE, Jacques de. Analyse graphologique.


(In Plante Plus, no. 19, December 1970, p. 124-127).
There is a facsimile of a letter written by Krishnamurti which is used for the
analysis of his handwriting.
862. BADIANI, Narshidas. What are Krishnamurtis teachings?
(In Chetana, voi. 4, no. 3, March 1959, p. 3, 8).
863. BAILLIE-WEAVER, H. Holland and its suitability as a European
headquarters of the Order of the Star in the East.
(In The Herald of the Star, voi. 14, no. 1, January 1, 1925, p. 10-12).
864. BAILLIE-WE A VER, H and COCHIUS, P.M. Outline of the
proposed community at Eerde.
(In The Herald of the Star, voi. 14, no. 1, January 1, 1925, p. 15-16).
Both Krishnamurti and Baron van Pallandt were anxious to start a Star
Community at Eerde as soon as funds allowed.
865*. BANGERTER, Marguerite. Lettre de Krishnamurti.
(In Spiritualit, no. 11, October 15, 1945, p. 226-230).
A letter by Krishnamurti concerning the war is included in this article.
866*. BANGERTER, Marguerite. Tout est dit.
(In La Tour de Feu, no. 36-37, Spring 1952, p. 105-107).
867*. BENZIMBRA, Lon. Quand vous dsirez la vrit comme le noy
dsire lair . . . .
(In Bulletin International de lEtoile, no. 13, February 1929, p. 91-93).
868. BERMOND, M. Antoine Bourdelle.
(In International Star Bulletin, no. 5, December 1929, p. 13).
Bourdelle himself considered his bust of Krishnamurti to be one of his
masterpieces. He wrought it with love, not merely because his model was so
beautiful but also because of the powerful attraction Krishnamurti had for
him at first sight. A close friendship resulted from that meeting. Krishnam
urti spoke of him as great and Bourdelle spoke of Krishnamurti as divine
869. BESANT, Annie. The light of the Star.
(In The Herald of the Star, voi. 8, no. 10, October 1, 1919, p. 471-477).
An address given to members of the Order of the Star in the East, in
London, on June 14, 1919.
870. BESANT, Annie. Mrs Besants closing address.
(In The Herald of the Star, voi. 10, no. 9, September 1, 1921, p. 242-243).
A speech on the occasion of the International Congress of the Order of the
Star in the East, in Paris, July 27 and 28, 1921.
871. BESANT, Annie. [Mrs Besants speech at the third International
Congress of the Order of the Star in the East, Holland, 1924],
(In The Herald of the Star, voi. 13, no. 9, September 1, 1924, p. 364-365).

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872. BESANT, Annie. Dr Besants message to the Eerde number of the


Herald of the Star.
(in The Herald of the Star, vol. 14, no. 1, January 1, 1925, p. 4).
873. BESANT, Annie. Address by Dr. Besant, Ommen Star Camp, 11th
August, 1925.
(In The Herald of the Star, vol. 14, no. 9, September 1, 1925, p. 304-312).
Concerning Krishnamurti she remarked that the more you understand of
him, not only in his office as a teacher, but in his life as a boy and a man, the
more closely you will feel drawn to that perfect and wonderful life, and
realise how worthy he is of that great message to the world of which he will be
the bearer.
874. BESANT, Annie. [A Camp Fire talk, Ommen Star Congress,
August 11, 1925].
(In The Herald of the Star, vol. 14, no. 10, October 1, 1925, p. 360).
The roles of guardianship and guidance of Krishnaji, performed by Besant
and Leadbeater respectively, have ended: he stands ready for his great work.
Then she asked her listeners to love Krishnaji strongly, faithfully and
perseveringly for only once in thousands of years is such a life lived among
mortal men.
875. BESANT, Annie. An interview.
(In The Herald of the Star, vol. 15, no. 3, March 1, 1926, p. 86-87).
Dr Besants remarks when interviewed by the Associated Press regarding
the proclamation of Krishnamurti as the World Teacher.
876*. BESANT, Annie. Nouvelle dAdyar.
(In Bulletin Theosophique, no. 3, March 1926, p. 75-77).
877. BESANT, Annie. Dr. Besants speech.
(In The Herald of the Star, vol. 15, no. 9, September 1, 1926, p. 360-362).
A talk at the third International Camp Congress of the Order of the Star in
the East, July 1926.
878. BESANT, Annie. [Speech at the last Camp Fire of the International
Star Congress, Ommen, on July 29, 1926].
(In The Herald of the Star, vol. 15, no. 10, October 1, 1926, p. 408-409).
879. BESANT, Annie. Address by Dr Besant.
(In The Herald of the Star, vol. 15, no. 8, August 1, 1926, p. 314-317).
880. BESANT, Annie. The Star Camp Congress, Ommen, 1926: an
impression.
(In The Herald of the Star, vol. 15, no. 9, September 1, 1926, p. 354).
881. BESANT, Annie. The Star meeting at Krotona, Ojai, California,
December 28th, 1926.
(In The Herald of the Star, vol. 16, no. 3, March 1, 1927, p. 91).

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In her speech Annie Besant remarked that it was on the twenty eighth of
December that Krishnaji, who was then hardly more than a boy, was first
recognised by a large number of people as the one who was chosen by the
World Teacher to be His Vehicle when He again visited His world.
BESANT, Annie. The Happy Valley Foundation.
(In The Herald of the Star, vol. 16, no. 3, March 1, 1927, p. 94-98).
882.

8 8 3 . BESANT, Annie. A statement by Dr Annie Besant distributed to the


Associated Press of America.
(In The Herald of the Star, vol. 16, no. 3, March 1, 1927, p. 93-94).
The reference to Jesus of Nazareth on whom the Divine Spirit abode
during the years of his ministry was soon followed by the statement: The
Divine Spirit has descended once more on a man, Krishnamurti, one who in
his life is literally perfect, as those who know him closely can testify.

BESANT, Annie. Le travail du prochain demi-sicle.


(In Bulletin Thosophique, no. 3, March 1927, p. 42-50).

884*.

8 8 5 . BESANT, Annie. The great work.


(In The Herald of the Star, vol. 16, no. 5, May 1, 1927, p. 173-174).

886. BESANT, Annie. [A speech at the Star meeting held at Queens Hall,
London, on June 5th, 1927].
(In The Herald of the Star, vol. 16, no. 7, July 1,1927, p. 263-264).
When one living amongst us (Krishnaji) can say I have found then
the sense of reality comes far more strongly than when all we can say is
I have heard.
887.
BESANT, Annie. Public lecture, August 7th, 1927.
(In The Herald of the Star, vol. 16, no. 11, November 1, 1927, p. 411-415).

888. BESANT, Annie. [Speech at the Star Camp on August 7, 1927],


(In The Herald of the Star, vol. 16, no. 10, October 1, 1927, p. 374-375).
8 8 9 . BESANT, Annie. From limitation to liberation.
(In The Herald of the Star, vol. 16, no. 10, October 1, 1927, 376-379).
An address at the Star Camp on August 8, 1927.
8 9 0 * . BESANT, Annie. Importantes allocutions donnes Ommen.
(In Bulletin Thosophique, no. 8, August-September-October 1927, p. MI
MS).

891. BESANT, Annie. The future of the Order.


(In The Herald of the Star, vol. 16, no. 9, September 1, 1927, p. 342-345).
8 9 2 . BESANT, Annie. The Teacher is here.
(In The Herald of the Star, vol. 16, no. 10, October 1, 1927, p. 397-399).
The Teacher whom we proclaim, has come Besant.

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8 9 3 . BESANT, Annie. Seek and ye shall find.


(In International Star Bulletin, no. 1, November 1927, p. 10).
8 9 4 . BESANT, Annie. The boy and the Teacher.
(In The Star, vol. 1, no. 1, January 1928, p. 6-7).
8 9 5 . BESANT, Annie. Krishnaji.
(In International Star Bulletin, no. 8, August 1928, p. 8).
8 9 6 * . BESANT, Annie. Formes et crmonies.
(In BulletinThosophique, no. 8, August-September-October 1928, p. 172175).

897*. BHUSHAN, V.N. Krishnamurti as a poet.


(In Twentieth Century (Lukerganj), vol. 2, 1936, p. 714-730).
898. BILLINGHURST, M.F. A week at Ommen.
(In International Star Bulletin, no. 5, May 1928, p. 30-31).
8 9 9 . BINDLEY, Jean. Ommen, 1928.
(In The Star Review, vol. 1, September 1928, p. 335-336).
9 0 0 * . BLECH, Charles. Allocution prononce par le Secrtaire Gnral.
(In Bulletin Thosophique, no. 4, April 1926, p. 86-95).
A report of the famous meeting on December 28, 1925.
9 0 1 * . BLECH, Charles. Congrs dOmmen.
(In Bulletin Thosophique, no. 8, August-September-October 1928, p.
172).

902*. BLECH, Charles. La dissolution de lOrdre de lEtoile.


(In Bulletin Thosophique, no. 8, August-September-October 1929, p. 153154).
9 0 3 * . BLECH, Charles. Est il concevable pour un Thosophe de rejeter la
Socit Thosophique.
(In Bulletin Thosophique, no. 10, December 1929, p. 202-203).
9 0 4 * . BONDONNEAU, Marcelle. Encore quelques impressions sur le
Camp dOmmen.
(In Bulletin de lOrdre de lEtoile dOrient, no. I, January 1925, p. 13-17).

BORY, Pierre. Rflexions la libration.


(In Bulletin International de lEtoile, no. 10, November 1928, p. 342-349).

905*.

9 0 6 * . BORY, Pierre. Vers Ommen.


(In Bulletin International de lEtoile, no. 18, July 1929, p. 249-252).
9 0 7 * . BORY, Pierre. Lettre M. Blech au sujet de larticle du Dr Paul
Thorin.
(In Bulletin Thosophique, no. 2, February 1931, p. 54-57).

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BOUJUT, Pierre. La mauvaise action dun pote.


(In La Tour de Feu, no. 32-33, Spring Summer 1950, p. 92-94).
908*.

9 0 9 * . BOUJUT, Pierre, and WELTHEIM, Jrme de. Le mur des


Jrmiades sera t-il-dpass?
{In La Tour de Feu, no. 35, Spring Summer 1951, p. 88-90).

BOUJUT, Pierre. Un petit homme immense.


{In La Tour de Feu, no. 76, December 1962, p. 7-15).
910*.

9 1 1 * . BOUJUT, Pierre. Notre rvolution.


{In La Tour de Feu, no. 93, March 1967, p. 40).

912*. BOUJUT, Pierre. Sur les ruines du rve ou la fin dune illusion.
{In La Tour de Feu, no. 98-99, July-September 1968, p. 4-11).
913*. BOUJUT, Pierre. Apologie de lirrespect.
{In La Tour de Feu, no. 112, December 1971, p. 182).
9 1 4 * . BOURDELLE, Antoine. Un croquis de Krishnamurti par
Bourdelle. Une lettre dAntoine Bourdelle du 23 Aot 1927.
(In Cahiers de lEtoile, no. 1, January-February 1928, p. 68-70).

915*. BOURGUIGNON, Fred. Le dernier coup.


{In La Tour de Feu, no. 40, Winter 1954, p. 3-7).
BOURGUIGNON, Fred. Le premiers jours.
(In La Tour de Feu, no. 93, March 1967, p. 13-16).
916*.

9 1 7 . BRAGDON, Claude. The spiritual adventure.


(In The Star Review, vol. 1. no. 11, November 1928, p. 385-387).
(In The Star, vol. 1, no. 11, November 1928, p. 8-10).
A free paraphrase of Krishnajis philosophy as the writer heard him
expound it in a lecture in New York. Originally published in The Outlook.

918. BRAGDON, Claude. Krishnamurti.


(In International Star Bulletin, no. 12, December 1930, p. 25).
This evaluation of the personality and teachings of Krishnamurti was
originally published in Psychology.
9 1 9 * . BRECHIGNAC, J. Vincent. Deux messagers - Bourdelle devant
Krishnamurti. Le grand sculpteur nous parle de celui que certains appellent
Messie.
(In LIntransigant, March 18, 1928).
9 2 0 . BRECHIGNAC, J. Vincent. Two messengers, Bourdelle and
Krishnamurti: the great sculptor talks of one who is called the Messiah.
(In International Star Bulletin, no. 4, April 1928, p. 20).
Originally published in French in LIntransigant, March 18, 1928.

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921*. BREMOND, M. Impression du Camp dOmmen 1926.


{In Bulletin de lOrdre de lEtoile dOrient, no. 6, October 1926, p. 31-35).
922. BRIGHT, Esther. Come into my heart.
{In The Herald of the Star, vol. 16, no. 12, December 1, 1927, p. 462-464).
Like all great Teachers, Krishnaji has spoken in simple terms. He is the
mystic who does not see Truth through forms.
923. BRIGHT, Esther. Annie Besant.
{In International Star Bulletin, no. 9, September-October 1928, p. 28-29).
A tribute to Annie Besant who, during her temporary guardianship of
Krishnamurti, treated him with tenderness, reverence and love.
924. BRISY, Serge. Laspect international du Camp dOmmen.
{In The Herald of the Star, vol. 15, no. 9, September 1, 1926, p. 395-397).
925. BRISY, Serge. Life and forms: from notes taken at Ommen Star
Camp 1928.
{In International Star Bulletin, no. 1, January 1929, p. 10).
926*. BRISY, Serge. Le doute librateur: extraits de la confrence faite
Paris.
{In Bulletin International de lEtoile, no. 15, April 1929, p. 151-158).
927*. BRISY, Serge. Soyons nous-mmes.
{In Le Lotus Bleu, no. 12, February 193, p. 441-458).
928*. BRISY, Serge. Peut-on dfinir le Moi?
{In Spiritualit, no. 13, December 15, 1945, p. 11-12).
929. BROMAGE, Bernard. Krishnamurti: prophet of a new age.
{In Tomorrow, vol. 11, no. 3, Summer 1963, p. 231-237).
930. BROWN, W.J. Krishnamurtis teaching.
{In Star Bulletin, no. 2, February 1931, p. 26-31).
931*. BRYEN, Camille. Sur un air de Krishnamurti.
{In La Tour de Feu. no. 36-37 Spring 1952, p. 141-142).
932*. C.B. Impression dOmmen.
{In Bulletin de lOrdre de lEtoile
dOrient, no. 6, October 1926, p. 40-42).
933. C.V. A rhapsody.
{In The Herald of the Star, vol. 15, no. 9, September 1, 1926, p. 398).
934*. C.W. Leadbeater.
{In Bulletin Thosophique, no. 4, April 1934, p. 125-128).
An obituary.

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CAMERON, Clare. Krishnamurti Londres 3 au 30 octobre 1949.


(In La Vie Thosophique, no. 9-10, September-October 1960, p. 171-174).

935*.

936. The Camp Fire.


(In The Herald of the Star, vol. 16, no. 10, October 1, 1927, p. 402-403).
937*. CANUDO, Jeanne. Au Camp de lEtoile.
(In Bulletin Thosophique, no. 8, August-September-October 1927, p. 131141).
938*. CANUDO, Jeanne. Chez D'Instructeur du Monde. La rvolte au
Camp dOmmen.
(In LIntransigant, August 12, 1928).
(In Bulletin international de lEtoile, September-October 1928).
A report of an interview with Krishnamurti.
939. CARR, Harry. Krishnamurti.
(In The Star, vol. 1, no. 8, August 1928, p. 52-53).
(In International Star Bulletin, no. 7, July 1928, p. 27-28).
An interview given to the press at the International Ojai Star Camp
Congress, 1928, and published in the Los Angeles Times, May 20, 1928.
Une crmonie hindoue.
(In Bulletin Thosophique, no. 3, March 1926, p. 73-75).
940*.

9 4 1 * . CHABERT, Pierre. Anti-prophte.


(In La Tour de Feu, rfo. 39, Winter-Spring 1953, p. 137-139).

942*. CHABERT, Pierre. Je repense la nbuleuse.


(In La Tour de Feu, no. 40, Winter 1954, p. 58).
943*. CHABERT, Pierre. Ce que jen pense.
(In La Tour de Feu, no. 92, December 1966, p. 29-31).
CHALEIX, Pierre. La musique dune me.
(In La Tour de Feu, no. 90-91, June 1966, p. 151).
944*.

9 4 5 * . CHEVRIER, G. Catholicisme et thosophie.


(In Bulletin Thosophique, no. 3, March 1932, p. 61-62).
A reply to the article by Euthys.

946. CHILD, C.W. Mr Krishnamurtis hand: a reading.


(In The Herald of the Star, vol. 12, no. 6, June 1, 1923, p. 232-233).
There is an excellent facsimile of a photograph of Krishnamurtis right
hand (signed by Krishnamurti and dated 21-6-1911) on the basis of which,
this writer, the editor of The Super-Man, has drawn certain conclusions
which are summed up thus: Taking the hand as a whole, it affirms the
teacher, organiser and practical mystic, who cannot do other than indelibly
leave his impress upon the life of his time and attain the purpose for which
he was sent.

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9 4 7 . CHRISTIE, R.L. Realisation and peace.


(In The Herald of the Star, vol. 14, no. 9, September 1, 1925, p. 345).

CHRISTIE, R.L. The needs of the Order.


(In International Star Bulletin, no. 6, June 1928, p. 17-25).
A talk given in the Hastings Hall, London, on May 11, 1928.
948.

9 4 9 . CHRISTIE, R.L. Editorial.


(In International Star Bulletin, no. 9, September-October 1928, p. 27).
9 5 0 . CHRISTIE, R.L. Listening to Krishnaji.
(In International Star Bulletin, no. 1, January 1929, p. 8-9).
9 5 1 . CHRISTIE, R.L. An interview with Krishnaji.
(In International Star Bulletin, no. 4, April 1929, p. 8-16).
A report of an interview at Castle Eerde.

952. CHRISTIE, Violet M. Impressions.


(In International Star Bulletin, no. 10, November 1928, p. 15-16).
Listening to Krishnamurti is likened to the feeling of a battleship when its
decks are being cleared for action: everything unessential is flung overboard.
953. CLARITAS. New realms of self-discovery.
(In Voyage, vol. 2, no. 1, July-August 1947, p. 5-6).
954*. CODD, Clara. La vie intrieure.
(In Bulletin Thosophique, no. 3, March 1932, p. 56-59).
955*. COLLIGNON, Irma. Krishnamurti et le Swami Siddheswarananda.
(In Spiritualit, no. 21-22, August-September 1946, p. 201-203).
956. COLLINS, Hazel G. Prologue of the new age.
(In The Star, vol. 1, no. 10, October 1928, p. 55-56).
A commentary on Eugene ONeills play Lazarus laughed which
embodies a spirit and ideals akin to those voiced by Krishnamurti.
9 5 7 * . Compte rendu de la confrence de Ludovic Rhault Strasbourg, le
29 octobre 1929.
(In Bulletin Thosophique, no. 10, December 1929, p. 200-201).

958*. Congrs de lEtoile dOrient.


(In Bulletin Thosophique, no. 8, August-September-October 1924,
p. 154-157).
959*. Le congrs mondial de Chicago.
(In Bulletin Thosophique, no. 9, November 1929, p. 176-188).
9 6 0 . Contact. January, 1961 [2], 34 p.
This issue, edited by Charis Leybourne-White, is replete with references to

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Krishnamurtis teachings. Contact is the writing of thirteen friends, (includ


ing one translated poem sent by the author), together with three Fragments
from the writings of Others (with permission).
961*. Convention Nationale de 1931.
(In Bulletin Thosophique, no. 5, May 1931, p. 120-138).
962. CORDES, John. Golden apples.
(In The Herald of the Star, vol. 13, no. 10, October I, 1924, p. 454).
The eating of flesh foods is one of the three cruelties condemned in At the
feet o f the master.
963. COUSINS, James H. The quest of ananda.
(In The Star, vol. 1, no. 3, March 1928, p. 13-14).
964*. CRESPELLE, Jacques. Chant du silence.
(In Bulletin International de lEtoile, no. 15, April 1929, p. 158-159).
965. CROWTHER, E. Mr Krishnamurti.
(In The Times of Ceylon, January 26, 1957).
966*. CRYSTIL. Lhoroscope de Krishnamurti.
(In La Revue Belge dAstrologie Moderne, no. 13, March-April 1929, p.
11, no. 14, May-June 1929, p. 6).
967*. DACQUIN,,V. A propos de l'article de Van der Leeuw.
(In Bulletin Thosophique, no. 7, July 1930).
968*. D AU MAL, Ren. Nakintchanamourti.
(In La Tour de Feu, no. 36-37, Spring 1952, p. 200).
969. DAVENPORT, Helen. Krishnamurti cancels talks due to illness.
(In The Ojai Valley News, June 2, 1960).
970. DAVIDGE, J.L. Notes on the Star Conference in the Sydney
Amphitheatre.
(In The Herald of the Star, vol. 14, no. 11, November 1, 1925, p. 434-436).
971. DAVIDGE, J.L. Star lands in Australia.
(In The Herald of the Star, vol. 14, no. 12, December 1, 1925, p. 476-479).
972. DAVIES, J. Tyssul. The religion of Krishnamurti, without rite,
without church.
(In International Star Bulletin, no. 2, February 1930, p. 12-20).
An address delivered to the Theistic Church at the Aeolian Hall, Bond
Street, London, on Sunday, November 17th, 1929.
973*. De notre correspondant dAdyar.
(In Bulletin Thosophique, no. 2, February 1922, p. 29-30).

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A description of the ceremonies and speeches on the emotional occasion of


Krishnamurtis and Nityanandas return to Adyar after an absence of 10
years.
974*. DECROIX, J. A propos de larticle de Van der Leeuw. La crise de la
S.T. et son remde.
(In Bulletin Thosophique, no. 6, June 1930).
975*. DEGIVES, M. Krishnamurti.
(In LEglantine, July 1930).
This issue of 32 pages is devoted entirely to Krishnamurti. Text in French.
976*. DELFIN, Georges. Etre en rvolution.
(In La Tour de Feu, no. 36-37, Spring 1952, p. 78-82).
977*. DESCOEUDRES, Eric. Du message de Menton au message de
Krishnamurti.
(In LEssor, no. 15, November 15, 1971, p. 1-2).
978*. DESECK, B. Lart et la libration.
(In Bulletin Thosophique, no. 4, April 1932, p. 78-88).
979*. Deux essais sur Krishnamurti: 1 Une prsentation, 2 Un essai subjec
tif.
(In Cahier de lEtoile, no. 11, September-October 1929, p. 629-657).
980. DHANAPALA, D.B. Eminent Indians: Jiddu Krishnamurti.
(In Nalanda 1947, p. 77-86).
981. DHANAPALA, D.B. A might-have-been Messiah.
(In The Times of Ceylon, December 28, 1949).
982. DHARMADHIKARI, Dada. Krishnamurti and life in freedom.
(In Chetana, vol. 5, no. 7, July 1960, p. 120-121).
983. D1JKGRAAF, C.W. Hollands privilege.
(In The Herald of the Star, vol. 14, no. 1, January 1, 1925, p. 9-10).
The establishment in Eerde of the European headquarters of the Order of
the Star in the East is a matter of joy to Dutch members but the idea of nation
ality should not enter at all into this matter.
984*. D1JKGRAAF, C.W. La Socit Thosophique et ses rapports avec
lOrdre de lEtoile. Confrence donne le 11 Fvrier 1928 la S.T., Paris.
(In Bulletin Thosophique, no. 4, April 1928, p. 68-86).
985. Discussions near Sydney.
(In Voyage, vol. 2, no. 3, August 1948, p. 8-10).
Contents: We cannot love by effort The significance of separateness
Thought as self-protection Immediate transformation?
Brief notes on four discussion-group gatherings during April-July, 1948.

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986. DOBBINS, Dorothy. Courage.


(In The Star, vol. 1, no. 12, December 1928, p. 39-41).
987*. DU MAS, Vivian. Le rformateur hindou. Une entrevue avec
M. Krishnamurti au Camp dOmmen.
(In Bulletin Thosophique, no. 8, August-September-October 1928, p. 176178).
988*. DU MAS, Vivian. A propos de larticle de Van der Leeuw.
(In Bulletin Thosophique, no. 7, July 1930).
989*. DUBOC, E. Ordre de lEtoile dOrient.
(In Bulletin Thosophique, no. 5, May 1926, p. 121-122).
A report of the famous meeting on December 28, 1925.
990. The durable avatar.
(In Time, June 7, 1971, p. 24).
The truly religious person, remarked Krishnamurti, is not concerned
with reform. He is seeking what is true, and that very search has a transform
ing effect on society.
991. DURANTEAU, Josane. Krishnamurti revient Paris. Un homme
libre.
(In Combat, no. 7690, April 5 and 6, 1969, p. 8-9).
992*. DYKGRAAF, C. Les Matres et la Socit Thosophique.
(In Bulletin Thosophique, no. 7, July 1933, p. 148-156).
993. E.A.W. Thoughts arising out of Krishnamurtis talks.
(In International Star Bulletin, no. 5, May 1930, p. 30-31).
994. E.L. The third Congress of the Order of the Star in the East, Holland,
1924.
(In The Herald of the Star, vol. 13, no. 9. September 1924, p. 362-363).
995*. Echos des branches.
(In Bulletin Thosophique, no. 3, March 1923, p. 46-48).
An attack on Blavatsky, Besant and Krishnamurti by a priest together
with the authors reply to* these criticisms.
996. Editorial: a week at Eerde.
(In International Star Bulletin, no. 10, November 1928, p. 13-14).
Change is the very essence of Krishnamurtis philosophy.
997*. En approchant du terrorisme burlesque.
(In La Tour de Feu, no. 34, Winter 1950, p. 3-8).
998*. ENGELSON, Suzanne. J. Krishnamurti: lhomme et son image.
(In Rencontre Orient Occident, no. 6, April-June 1966, p. 22-24).

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9 9 9 . ENGLISH, Spencer. The importance of understanding.


{In Voyage, vol. 2, no. 3, August 1948, p. 1-2).
1 0 0 0 . ERICKSON, Lars. The World Teacher.
(In The Star, vol. 1, no. 8, August 1928, p. 45).
1 0 0 1 * . EUTHYS. Catholicisme et thosophie.
{In Bulletin Thosophique, no. 1, January 1932, p. 13-20).
1 0 0 2 * . EYDOUX, Emmanuel. Le point de vue dIsral.
{In La Tour de Feu, no. 36-37, Spring 1952, p. 138-140).
1 0 0 3 . F.G. Krishnamurti in America: several lectures and a widely
broadcast radio talk.
{In International Star Bulletin, no. 4, April 1930, p. 29-32).
1 0 0 4 * . FAUCHERRE, G. A propos de larticle de Van der Leeuw. La
crise de la S.T. et son remde.
{In Bulletin Thosophique, no. 6, June 1930).
1 0 0 5 * . FERRUS, Paule. Le crmonial et la Socit Thosophique.
{In Bulletin International de lEtoile, no. 11, December 1928, p. 25-28).

1006*. FERRUS, Paule. Le mur sculaire.


{In Bulletin International de lEtoile, no. 16, May 1929, p. 184-187).
1 0 0 7 * . FIDLER, Paul. Le point de vue de lglise orthodoxe.
{In La Tour de Feu, no. 36-37, Spring 1952, p. 134-137).
1 0 0 8 . F1ELITZ-CONIAR, Axel von. A members impressions.
{In The Herald of the Star, vol. 13, no. 9, September 1, 1924, p. 411-413).
The greatest revelation of the Star Congress of 1924 held at Arnhem and
Ommen was the infinite love and tenderness poured out by Krishnamurti.
1 0 0 9 * . FISCHER, Paul. Fdration des branches Thosophiques du
Centre.
{In Bulletin Thosophique, no. 7, July 1932, p. 139-142).
1 0 1 0 . FOENANDER, Marcus. A mirror.
{In The Ceylon Daily News, January 17, 1957).
1 0 1 1 . FOURE, Ren. The complete act - viewed statically.
{In The Vedanta Kesari, vol. 34, no. 4, August 1947, p, 150-156).
1 0 1 2 . FOUERE, Ren. The complete act - viewed dialectically.
{In The Vedanta Kesari, vol. 34, no. 5, September 1947, p. 172-174).
1 0 1 3 * . FOUERE, Ren. Krishnamurti: lhomme et sa pense.
{In Spiritualit, no. 41-42, pril-May 1948, p. 264-285).

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1 0 1 4 * . FOUERE, Ren. Krishnamurti: lhomme et sa pense.


(In Revue Palladienne, no. 4, September-October 1948, p. 162-173, no. 5,
November-December 1948, p. 228-233, no. 6, February-March 1949, p. 296301, no. 7, April-May 1949, p. 375-384, no. 8, June-July 1949, p. 429-438).
1 0 1 5 * . FOUERE, Ren. Sur lexistentialisme de Sartre.
(In Spiritualit, no. 56-57, July-August, 1949, p. 141-148, no. 58-59
September-October 1949, p. 175-178).
1 0 1 6 * . FOUERE, Ren. La pense de Krishnamurti.
(In Spiritualit, no. 74-75-76-77, May-September 1951, p. 85-104, no. 7879-80 October 1951-January 1952, p. 121-133).
1 0 1 7 * . FOUERE, Ren. Krishnamurti et le problme de limmortalit.
(In Spiritualit, no. 81-82-83, February-April 1952, p. 3-12).
1 0 1 8 . FOUERE, Ren. Krishnamurti and the problem of immortality.
(In Chetana, voi. 4, no. 9, September 1959, p. 3, 8).
1 0 1 9 * . FOUERE, Ren. Lucidit, analyse et jugement.
(In La Tour de Feu, no. 36-37, Spring 1952, p. 146-153).
1 0 2 0 * . FOUERE, Ren. Pour ne pas tre disciple.
(In La Tour de Feu, no. 36-37, Spring 1952, p. 165-168).
1 0 2 1 * . FOUERE, Ren. Une rvolution du rel.
(In La Tour de Feu, no. 36-37, Spring 1952, p. 57-59).

1022*. FOUERE, Fen. La spiritualit devant le fait sexuel.


(In La Tour de Feu, no. 38, Summer 1952, p. 126-130).
1023*. FOUERE, Ren. La pense contemporaine et Krishnamurti.
(In Synthses, no. 119-120, April-May 1956, p. 53-57).
1 0 2 4 * . FOUERE, Ren. Krishnamurti: pote du prsent et du silence.
(In La Voix des Potes, no. 10, Autumn, October-November-December
1961, p. 25-32).
1 0 2 5 * . FOUERE, Ren. Entretiens sur les relations humaines: Ren
Four Beauquins.
(In Etre Libre, no. 196-197-198, April-May-June 1962, p. 1-7).
1 0 2 6 * . FOUERE, Ren. Entretiens de Beauquins 1962.
(In Etre Libre, no. 199-200-201, July-August-September 1962, p. 8-16).
1 0 2 7 * . FOUERE, Ren. Krishnamurti et la pense contemporaine.
(In La Sant Spirituelle, no. 27, July-September 1962, p. 914-931).
1 0 2 8 * . FOUERE, Ren. De lvolution formelle lvolution relle.
(In Etre Libre, no. 208-210, April-June 1963, p. 14-19, no. 220, JulyAugust-September 1964, p. 1-10).

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1 0 2 9 * . FOUERE, Ren. Krishnamurti y el pensamiento contemporneo.


(In Conocimiento de la Nueva Era, no. 34, October 1963, p. 19-26).
1 0 3 0 * . FOUERE. Ren. Krishnamurti el liberalismo y el racionalismo.
(In Conocimiento de la Nueva Era, no. 311, November 1963, p. 31-34, 41).
1 0 3 1 * . FOUERE, Ren. Krishnamurti y el Marxismo.
(In Conocimiento de la Nueva Era, no. 312, December 1963, p. 15-22).
1 0 3 2 . FOUERE, Ren. Krishnamurti and modern thought.
(In Chetana, vol. 10, no. 2, February 1965, p. 31-35).

1033*. FOUERE, Ren. Distinction entre plaisir et bonheur.


(In Etre Libre, no. 232, July-September 1967, p. 1-3).
1 0 3 4 * . FOUERE, Ren. Signification des prires que nous faisons pour
les ntres.
(In Etre Libre, no. 233, October-December 1967, p. 10-11).

1035*. FOUERE, Ren, La revolucin de lo real.


(In Conocimiento de la Nueva Era, no. 394, October 1970, p. 13-18, 30).
1036*. FOUERE, Ren. El mensaje de Krishnamurti.
(In Conocimiento de la Nueva Era, no. 395, November 1970, p. 6-9, 38).
1037. FOUERE, Ren. Le problme de limmortalit.
(In Plante Plus, no. 19, December 1970, p. 117: 123).
1 0 3 8 . The freedom of the way.
(In International Star Bulletin, no. 3, October 1929, p. 22-24).
A translation of the leading article which appeared in the Algemeen
Handelsblad of Amsterdam on September 1, 1929.
1 0 3 9 * . FREEMAN, Peter. Saint Sylvestre 1925.
(In Bulletin Thosophique, no. 3, March 1926, p. 52-53).
A report of the famous meeting on December 28, 1925.
1 0 4 0 * . From early boyhood . . . .
(In Triveni, January-February 1935).

From our Indian correspondent.


(In The Herald of the Star, vol. 14, no. 6, June 1, 1925, p. 214).
A report on the theme of Krishnamurtis Indian talks.

T Q 41.

1 0 4 2 * . FRYDMAN, Maurice. Krishnamurti.


(In The Ojai, June 18, 1953).
Originally published in The Times o f India and entitled Krishnamurti: he
aims to free you from your past.

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1 0 4 3 . FRYDMAN, Maurice. Mind and truth.


(In Chetana, vol. 7, no. 4, April 1962, p. 57-60).
1 0 4 4 . GEIRT, Van. Le Moi.
(In Plante Plus, no. 19, December 1970, p. 87-93).
1 0 4 5 . GERMER, Fenn. Creative self-denial.
(In The Herald of the Star, vol. 16, no. 3, March 1, 1927, p. 99-100).
The true gift is that which a lover offers to his beloved: feeling utterly at one
with the being he loves, he gives with no thought whatsoever of his own
narrow self.
1 0 4 6 . GERMER, Fenn. News and notes.
(In International Star Bulletin, no. 4, April 1929, p. 28-29).
1 0 4 7 * . GIRAUD, Daniel. Les ides de Krishnamurti.
(In Dfense de lHomme, no. 242, January 1969, p. 32-33).
1 0 4 8 * . GONZALEZ, Ruben Feldman. La libera infano.
(In Oomoto, no. 327-328, September-October 1967, p. 147-149),
Text in Esperanto.
1 0 4 9 . GRANQUIST, Robyn. Learning to meet life.
(In Krishnamurti Foundation Bulletin, no. 14, Summer 1972, p. 5-10).
A perceptive and vivid description of life at Brockwood Park by a senior
student.
1 0 5 0 * . GREINDL, -Denise. Rencontre dHenry Miller avec le zen.
(In Etre Libre, no. 236, July-September 1968, p. 3-8).
1 0 5 1 * . GROFFIER, Jean. Le chrtien en face du message de Krishnam
urti.
(In Les Cahiers de la Tour de Babel, no. 6, 1949, 40 p.).
This special issue is entirely devoted to Krishnamurti.
1 0 5 2 * . GROFFIER, Jean. Manifeste de la vrit: loccasion de la venue
de Krishnamurti Paris en avril 1950.
(In Les Cahiers de la Tour de Babel, no. 8, January 1950, 24 p.).

1053*. GRUTZMACHER, H.H. Krishnamurtis Botschaft.


(In Der Stern, no. 3, March 1932, p. 20-25).
1 0 5 4 . H.A.C.W. Krishnamurti at Eerde.
(In Star Bulletin, no. 3, March 1931, p. 18-19).

1055. H.A.C.W. Krishnamurti in northern Europe.


(In Star Bulletin, no. 5, May 1931, p. 29-31).
1056. HALL, F.W. Meditation.
(In The Herald of the Star, vol. 9, no. 12, December 1, 1920, p. 510-515).

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1 0 5 7 . HALL, Gladys. Krishnamurti weighs Hollywood.


(In The Star, vol. 1, no. 10, October 1928, p. 48-49).
(In International Star Bulletin, no. 10, November 1928, p. 25-26 entitled
At random).
Points arising from an interview with Krishnamurti that was originally
published in Motion Picture Magazine, September 1928 and entitled The
Second Christ weighs Hollywood.
1 0 5 8 . HAMPTON, Charles. The coming of the World Teacher.
(In The Herald of the Star, vol. 15, no. 12, December 1, 1926, p. 514-517).
A description of certain important events in the spiritual life of Krishnam
urti.
1 0 5 9 . HANDY, E.S. Craighill. Modern monasteries?
(In International Star Bulletin, no. 5, December 1929, p. 28-30).
1 0 6 0 * . HANRIOT, Charles. Autour de Krishnamurti. Esquisse dune
philosophie de lducation.
(In Spiritualit, no. 78-79-80, October 1951-January 1952, p. 135-136).
1 0 6 1 . HEBER, Lilly. Members impressions: the Star Congress, 1924.
(In The Herald of the Star, vol. 13, no. 10, October 1, 1924, p. 421-422).
Krishnamurti helped to gather the wood for the camp fire and he lived the
simple camp life, washing his plate and knife as the rest of the campers. The
words he spoke were so simple and yet so full of wisdom that if one lived up to
them practically every problem of the whole world would be solved.

1062. HENRY-WAETJEN, R. The Star and the world.


(In The Herald of the Star, vol. 15, no. 12, December 1, 1926, p. 511).
1063*. HERBERT, Jean. Hommage Krishnamurti.
(In La Tour de Feu, no. 36-37, Spring 1952, p. 60-61).
1 0 6 4 * . HERDNER, Pierre. Les deux sources de la joie.
(In Etre Libre, no. 196-197-198, April-May-June 1962, p. 14-18).
1 0 6 5 . HODSON, Geoffrey. Members impressions: the Star Congress,
1924.
(In The Herald of the Star, vol. 13, no. 10, October 1, 1924, p. 422-424).
1 0 6 6 . HODSON, Geoffrey. Camp Fire gleams.
(In The Herald of the Star, vol. 16, no. 10, October 1, 1927, p. 403-408).
A description of the events which made the Camp Fire gatherings of 1927
so happy and inspiring.
1 0 6 7 . HOLMES, Adeline B. The shadow and the reality of the spiritual
life.
(In The Herald of the Star, vol. 12, no. 3, March 1, 1923, p. 142-143).

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1 0 6 8 * . Des hommes rpondent.


(In La Tour de Feu, no. 36-37, Spring 1952, p. 157-164).
Comments on the letters written by the following: Philippe Dereux
Ren Gunon Andr Marissel Jacques-Henry Levesque Jean
Heeckeren Andre Pichon Marthe Boissier Charles Hanriot
Georges Noblet Louis Pouilliart Paule Ferrus Manuel de Diguez.
1 0 6 9 . HOTCHENER, Henry. Krishnajis activities: news from Ojai:
Krishnajis arrival in California.
(In International Star Bulletin, no. 6, June 1928, p. 26-27).
1 0 7 0 . HOTCHENER, Marie Russak. Truth and the personality.
(In The Star, vol. 1, no. 1, January 1928, p. 29-31).

1071. HOTCHENER, Marie Russak. Re-educating the personality.


(In The Star, vol. 1, no. 4, April 1928, p. 33-36).
1 0 7 2 . HOTCHENER, Marie Russak. Psychology of the Camp.
(In The Star, vol. 1, no. 5, May 1928, p. 32-34).

1073. HOTCHENER, Marie Russak. The culture of the Camp.


(In The Star, vol. 1, no. 6, June 1928, p. 33-39).
1 0 7 4 . HOTCHENER, Marie Russak. International Ojai Star Camp
Congress, Ojai, California, May 21 to 28, 1928.
(In The Star, voi. \, no. 7, July 1928, p. 19-20).

1075. HOTCHENER, Marie Russak. The editors telescope.


(In The Star, vol. 1, no. 8, August 1928, p. 60-61).
Contains some of the highlights of Krishnamurtis lecture on Happiness
through liberation at the Hollywood Bowl.
1 0 7 6 . HOTCHENER, Marie Russak. The melting pot (impressions of the
Camp).
(In The Star, vol. 1, no. 8, August 1928, p. 35-37).
1 0 7 7 . HOTCHENER, Marie Russak. The contagion of emotion.
(In The Star, vol. 1, no. 9, September 1928, p. 14-19).

1078. HOTCHENER, Marie Russak. The age of the mind.


(In The Star, vol. 1, no. 10, October 1928, p. 37-40).
1 0 7 9 . HOTCHENER, Marie Russak. The Ommen Star Camp of 1928.
(In The Star, vol. 1, no. 11, November 1928, p. 19-21).
1 0 8 0 . HOTCHENER, Marie Russak. Of what are you afraid?
(In The Star, vol. 1, no. 12, December 1928, p. 30-34).
1 0 8 1 . HUMBERT, Monique von. Der Jet Set - Gott von Gstaad.
(In Sie + Er, August 1971, p. 34-35).

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1 0 8 2 * . HUMEAU, Edmond. Un homme prend feu.


(In La Tour de Feu, no. 36-37, Spring 1952, p. 71-77).
1 0 8 3 * . HUMEAU, Edmond. Abstraction faite.
(In La Tour de Feu, no. 51, Autumn 1956, p. 3-7).
1 0 8 4 * . HUMEAU, Edmond. Ne pensez quaux vivants.
(In La Tour de Feu, no. 73, April 1962, p. 76-83, no. 93, March 1967, p. 146148).
1 0 8 5 * . HUMEAU, Edmond. Pour dfendre Plante.
(In La Tour de Feu, no. 82, June 1964, p. 82-83).
1 0 8 6 * . HUMEAU, Edmond. Un geste daccueil linfini.
(In La Tour de Feu, no. 90-91, June 1966, p. 113-118).
1 0 8 7 . Impressions of the Congress, by a member.
(In The Herald of the Star, vol. 10, no. 9, September 1, 1921, p. 243-245).
There are references to Krishnamurtis closing address to the International
Congress of the Order of the Star in the East, at Paris, July 27 and 28, 1921.
1 0 8 8 * . Informations diverses. C. W . Leadbeater.
(In Bulletin Thosophique, no. 6, June 1934, p. 164-166).
Krishnamurti was present at the funeral of Leadbeater but he stayed
outside the church during the service.
1 0 8 9 . INGELMAN, John A. Order of the Star. '
(In The Star, vol. 1, no. 1, January 1928, p. 27-28).
1 0 9 0 . INGELMAN, John A. Order of the Star.
(In The Star, vol. 1, no. 3, March 1928, p. 17-18).
1 0 9 1 . INGELMAN, John A. Spiritual perception.
(In The Star, vol. 1, no. 4, April 1928, p. 30-31).
1 0 9 2 . INGELMAN, John A. The Star Camp spirit.
(In The Star, vol. 1, no. 5, May 1928, p. 28-29).
1 0 9 3 . INGELMAN, John A. Understanding.
(In The Star, vol. 1, no. 6, June 1928, p. 30-32).
1 0 9 4 . INGELMAN, John A. [A talk at the International Ojai Star Camp
Congress, Ojai, California, May 21 to 28, 1928].
(In The Star, vol. 1, no. 7, July 1928, p. 30-31).
1 0 9 5 . INGELMAN, John A. Our Star Camp Congress in Ojai.
(In The Star, vol. 1, no. 8, August 1928, p. 25-26).
1 0 9 6 . INGELMAN, John A. The spoken word.
(In The Star, vol. 1, no. 9, September 1928, p. 12-13).

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1097. INGELMAN, John A. You must first establish your goal.


(In The Star, vol. 1, no. 10, October 1928, p. 33-35).
1098. INGELMAN, John A. The joy of Christmas.
(In The Star, vol. 1, no. 12, December 1928, p. 27-29).
Quotations from Krishnamurti and others are used to illustrate the idea
that the message of the World Teachers is the same in essence though their
language varies.

1099. INGRAM-SMITH, Donald. Krishnamurti.


(In Delos, August 23, 1970, p. 5).
1100. INGRAM-SMITH, Donald. The quest for total freedom - Jiddu
Krishnamurti.
(In Sydney, vol. 2, no. 1, Summer 1971, p. 32-33).
1101. IRVINE, Alexander. Krishnamurti and the Star Camp.
(In The Star, vol. 1, no. 8, August 1928, p. 26-29).
1102. ISMAIL, Razia. The unconventional sage.
(In Indian Express, November 25, 1967).

1103. J. A letter from India.


(In International Star Bulletin, no. 2, February 1929, p. 18-20).
1104. J. Krishnaji in America: a letter from Ojai.
(In International Star Bulletin, no. 5, May 1929, p. 17-19).
In Chicago Krishnamurti remarked: You can find everything only by
giving up everything.
1105. J. Before the Ojai Camp: Krishnajis talks [1929].
(In International Star Bulletin, no. 7, July 1929, p. 35-40).
This article contains some choice bits from his talks taken from jottings in
my scrapbook - J.
1106*. J.D. Quelques reflexions.
(In Bulletin Theosophique, no. 5, May 1932, p. 103-106).
1107*. J.D. Krishnamurti a Paris.
(In Le Monde, April 27-28, 1969, p. 16).
1108. J.F.M. An outsider looks at Krishnamurti.
(In International Star Bulletin, no. 4, November 1929, p. 25-27).
Krishnamurti seems to seek to awaken in men a new faculty beyond the
rationative to which most persons look for the extension of their
knowledge.
1109. J. Krishnamurti.
(In Chetana, vol. 4, no. 3, March 1959, p. 3, 6).

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1 1 1 0 . J. Krishnamurti at Bangalore.
(In Krishnamurti Foundation India Bulletin, no. 2, 1971, p. 11-12).
1 1 1 1 * . JALAMBIC, M. Lenseignement de Krishnamurti.
(In Le Lotus Bleu, no. 11, January 1931, p. 412-424).
Krishnamurtis reasons for the dissolution of the Order of the Star are
explained.
1 1 1 2 * . Les jeunes thosophes.
(In Bulletin Thosophique, no. 3, March 1933, p. 64).
1 1 1 3 . JINARAJADASA, C. A World-Teacher.
(In The Herald of the Star, vol. 3, no. 1, January 11, 1914, p. 27-34).
1 1 1 4 . JINARAJADASA, C. J. Nityananda: an appreciation.
(In The Herald of the Star, vol. 15, no. 1, January 1, 1926, p. 5).
Nityananda was born as Krishnamurtis brother but he won the right to be
so close to his brother by the constant support given to Krishnamurti in all
the difficulties which faced the two of them from the time that they were
brought into Theosophical circles.
1 1 1 5 . JINARAJADASA, C. The face of the Lord.
(In The Herald of the Star, vol. 16, no. 1, January 1, 1927, p. 2-3).
The writer was the tutor and companion of Krishnamurti and his brother
for nearly two years in the 1920s (his close association with Krishnaji began
in 1911). Herein are described several occasions from those early years when
Krishnajis face was not Krishnajis, but the Face of the Lord.
1 1 1 6 . JINARAJADASA, C. Within you is the kingdom.
(In The Herald of the Star, vol. 16, no. 10, October 1, 1927, p. 395-396).
1 1 1 7 . JINARAJADASA, C. Krishnaji.
(In The Star, vol. 1, no. 1, January 1928, p. 7).
(In The Star Review, vol. 1, no. 1, January 1928, p. 29).
1 1 1 8 * . JINARAJADASA, C. Lettre trimestrielle du Vice-Prsident.
(In Bulletin Thosophique, no. 3, March 1928, p. 51-53).
1 1 1 9 . JINARAJADASA, C. The direct and indirect paths.
(In International Star Bulletin, no. 5, May 1928, p. 24-26).
1 1 2 0 . JINARAJADASA, C. [A talk at the International Ojai Star Camp
Congress, Ojai, California, May 21 to 28, 1928],
(In The Star, vol. 1, no. 7, July 1928, p. 34-36).
1 1 2 1 . JINARAJADASA, C. The ideal listener.
(In International Star Bulletin, no. 1, January 1929, p. 15-16).
An introduction to one of Krishnamurtis question-and-answer meetings
at the Ojai Star Camp, 1928. Unrevised by the author.

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1122. JINARAJADASA, C. The significance of Krishnamurti.


(In The Star, vol. 1, no. 7, July 1928, p. 60-63, 66-71).
1123. JINARAJADASA, C. A public lecture delivered in London,
October 3rd, 1928.
(In The Star Review, vol. 1, no. 12, December 1928, p. 432-444).
1124. JINARAJADASA, C. Krishnamurti and organisation: extracts
from a lecture on the teachings of Krishnamurti.
(In International Star Bulletin, no. 5, December 1929, p. 27).
Krishnamurti is emphatic, as are all great teachers, that the spiritual life
must be sought for by each for himself as well as directly. Organisations are
necessary for work but not to bring about changes in the life of the individ
ual.
1125*. JINARAJADASA, C. A propos de Krishnamurti.
(In Bulletin Thosophique, no. 6, June 1930, p. 137-140).
1126*. JINARAJADASA, C. A propos de larticle de Van der Leeuw. La
crise de la S.T. et son remde.
(In Bulletin Thosophique, no. 6, June 1930).
1127*. JINARAJADASA, C. Impression du Camp de lEtoile Ommen
1930.
(In Bulletin Thosophique, no. 8, August-September-October 1930, p.
198-200).
1128*. JINARAJADASA, C. Lenseignement et lInstructeur.
(In Bulletin Thosophique, no. 9, November 1932, p. 187-190).
1129*. JINARAJADASA, C. La thosophie est-elle incompatible avec
les enseignements de Krishnamurti?
(In Bulletin Thosophique, no. 9, November 1932, p. 191-193).
1130. JINARAJADASA, C. A chain of causation.
(In Star Bulletin, no. 2, March-April 1933, p. 47-48).
This chain of causation, to use a Buddhist phrase, appeared to shape
itself in the mind of the author as he listened to an answer of Krishnamurti. It
is only his impression, and is in no way endorsed as correct by Krishnamurti.
1131*. JINARAJADASA, C. Le Dieu intrieur et le Dieu extrieur.
(In Bulletin Thosophique, no. 1, January 1934, p. 12-17).
An address to the Theosophical Society in Paris on November 8, 1933.
1132. K.H.K. Ojai Star Camp, 1928.
(In International Star Bulletin, no. 4, April 1928, p. 25).
An extract from a statement of Krishnamurti is included.
1133. KAMENSKY, Anna. The new age.
(In The Herald of the Star, vol. 15, no. 10, October 1, 1926, p. 447-448).

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1 1 3 4 . KEMP, Katherine. A criticism.


(In The Herald of the Star, vol. 15, no. 3, March 1, 1926, p. 126).
1 1 3 5 * . KHOWSKY, Iwan. Amiti, confidence et extraversin.
(In Etre Libre, no. 219, April-June 1964, p. 15-17).

1136*. KHOWSKY, Iwan. Le silence se conquiert-il?


(In Etre Libre, no. 232, July-September 1967, p. 3-5).
1 1 3 7 . KNUDSEN, A.F. Star-Day: Adyar December 28, 1927.
(In The Star, vol. 1, no. 3, March 1928, p. 15-16).
1 1 3 8 . KNUDSEN, A.F. As he passed by.
(In The Star, vol. 1, no. 6, June 1928, p. 66).
1 1 3 9 . KOLLERSTROM, Oscar. [A Camp Fire talk, Ommen Star
Congress, August 11, 1925],
(In The Herald of the Star, vol. 14, no. 10, October 1, 1925, p. 357-358).
Krishnamurti has been compared to a pure flame of devotion and selfsacrifice, a flame which will consume all that is useless and impure. He
always stands as the great human symbol for the simplicity and directness of
the way to God.
1 1 4 0 . KOLLERSTROM, Oscar. Address delivered by the Rev. Oscar
Kbllerstrom the same day [Ommen Star Congress, August 11, 1925].
(In The Herald of the Star, vol. 14, no. 9, September 1, 1925, p. 312-314).
1 1 4 1 . KOLLERSTROM, Oscar. Krishnaji.
(In The Herald of the Star, vol. 15, no. 6, June 1, 1926, p. 250-252).
Krishnamurtis dignity and simplicity are due to the interaction of the
mystical and the artistic aspects of his character. Since he is an instrument of
the Divine he cannot himself be a creator in any particular art: Life is his
medium of expression.
1 1 4 2 . KRETSER, B. de. The teachings of Krishnamurti.
(In The Ceylon Observer, January 21, 1957).
1 1 4 3 . Krishnajis activities: three impressions of his lecture in London on
March 31 [1928],
(In International Star Bulletin, no. 5, May 1928, p. 27-29).
Vivid descriptions of Krishnamurtis first public lecture in England.
1 1 4 4 . Krishnajis message.
(In The Herald of the Star, vol. 15, no. 9, September 1, 1926 p. 406).
1 1 4 5 . Krishnamurti.
(In The Ceylon Observer, January 6, 1957).
1 1 4 6 . Krishnamurti Paris.
(In Le Monde, 27-28 April 1969).

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1 1 4 7 . Krishnamurti: a sketch of his life and ideas.


(In Star Bulletin, no. 1, January 1931, p. 25-34).
1 1 4 8 . Krishnamurti and an Indian family.
{In Star Bulletin, no. 4, July-August 1933, p. 168-171).
Extracts from an article that originally appeared in the Birmingham Post.
1 1 4 9 * . Krishnamurti denove vizitis europon.
{In La Praktiko, no. 12 (218), December 1955, p. 184-185, 193). Text in
Esperanto.
1 1 5 0 . Krishnamurti, der grosse Guru von Saanen.
{In Berner Tagblatt, July 29-30, 1972).
1 1 5 1 * . Krishnamurti in Saanen.
{In Hotcha, vol. 1, 1968). Text in German.
1 1 5 2 . Krishnamurti, J.
(In Yoga & Health, vol. 2, no. 10, December 1972, p. 8-11).
A commentary on the life, personality and teachings of Krishnamurti.
1 1 5 3 . Krishnamurti: l'homme et son message.
(In Plante Plus, no. 19, December 1970).
This special issue which is almost entirely devoted to Krishnamurti,
consists of extracts from his works together with an anthology of articles on
him by various authors.
1 1 5 4 . Krishnamurti minced no words.
(In The Ceylon Observer, January 14, 1957).
1 1 5 5 . Krishnamurti: pour un nouvel accs la vie.
(In La Tour de Feu, no. 36-37, Spring 1952, 212 p.).
This special issue is almost entirely devoted to Krishnamurti. There are a
few extracts from his works together with an anthology of articles on him by
various authors.
1 1 5 6 . Krishnamurti today. No longer a Messiah, but a seeker after truth.
(In The Illustrated Weekly of India, December 21, 1947, p. 13).
1 1 5 7 . Krishnamurtis visit. Philosophical teacher. No longer a Messiah.
Disclaimer of authority.
(In The New Zealand Herald, March 28, 1934).
An article about Krishnamurti on the occasion of his first visit to New
Zealand.
1 1 5 8 * . L.A. Informations diverses - Marseille.
(In Bulletin Thosophique, no. 3, March 1934, p. 69-71).
1 1 5 9 . LANDAU, Rom. La rupture.
(In Plante Plus, no. 19, December 1970, p. 24).
An extract from Dieu et mon aventure.

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1 1 6 0 . LANS BURY, George. The kingdom of God is within you. The


wisdom of the East that may redeem the world.
(In The Herald of the Star, vol. 12, no. 8, August 1, 1923, p. 347-348).
Extract from the Daily Herald, July 7th. Lansbury left the House of
Commons for an hour to listen to Krishnamurtis talk at Mortimer Hall on
June 21st and was deeply impressed.
1 1 6 1 . LANSBURY, George. After the Camp.
(In The Star, vol. 1, no. 1, January 1928, p. 15-18).
(In The Star Review, vol. 1, no. I, January 1928, p. 20-24).
1 1 6 2 . LANSBURY, George. Ommen, 1927-1929.
(In International Star Bulletin, no. 2, September 1929, p. 22-25).
The redemption of mankind must be through the individual action of each
person.
1 1 6 3 * . LAURENT, Jean. Nous les noirs.
(In La Tour de Feu, no. 72, December 1961, p. 6-22).
1 1 6 4 . LEADBEATER, C.W. True education.
(In The Herald of the Star, vol. 3, no. 2, February 11, 1914, p. 93-95).
Krishnamurtis Education as service is recommended to all who are
interested in the subject.
1 1 6 5 . LEADBEATER, C.W. The coming of the Christ.
(In The Herald of the Star, vol. 15, no. 6, June 1, 1926, p. 221-223).
An address delivered in reply to the question: When we are asked if the
World-Teacher has come, what shall we answer?
1 1 6 6 * . LEADBEATER, C.W. Rponses quelques questions (Paris 24
juin 1930).
(In Bulletin Thosophique, no. 8, August-September-October 1930, p. 200213).
1 1 6 7 . LEEUW, J .J . van der. The abode of reality.
(In International Star Bulletin, no. 1, November 1927, p. 14-16).
1 1 6 8 . LEEUW, J.J. van der. Renunciation and ceremonial.
(In The Herald of the Star, vol. 16, no. 11, November 1, 1927, p. 420-423).
1 1 6 9 . LEEUW, J.J. van der. Bishop Leadbeater.
(In International Star Bulletin, no. 2, February 1928, p. 11-12).
A tribute to the spirituality of Leadbeater together with several references
to Krishnamurti.
1 1 7 0 . LEEUW, J .J . van der. Why the coming of the World-Teacher is so
often disappointing to those who have expected Him.
In The Star, vol. 1, no. 7, July 1928, p. 54-57, 65-66).
A lecture at the International Ojai Star Camp Congress, Ojai, California,
May 21 to 28, 1928.

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1171.
LEEUW, J .J . van der. Why the coming of the World-Teacher is
disappointing.
(In International Star Bulletin, no. 9, September-October 1928, p. 35-39).
Some extracts from a lecture at the Ojai Star Camp, 1928: Why the
coming of the World-Teacher is so often disappointing to those who have
expected Him.
1 1 7 2 . LEEUW, J .J . van der. Ojai Star Camp impressions: the first Ojai
Camp.
(In International Star Bulletin, no. 7, July 1928, p. 13-14).
1 1 7 3 . LEEUW, J .J . van der. Why the Order of the Star should be
abolished and what should take its place.
(In International Star Bulletin, no. 7, July 1929, p. 25-29).
1 1 7 4 . LEEUW, J .J . van der. Life, the only teacher.
(In International Star Bulletin, no. 1, August 1929, p. 29-31).
Krishnamurtis teaching is not primarily in words.
1 1 7 5 * . LEEUW, J .J . van der. La crise de la S.T. et son remde.
(In Bulletin Thosophique, no. 5, May 1930, p. 104-112).
1 1 7 6 * . LEEUW, J.J. van der. Quelques ides sur le travail thosophique.
(In Bulletin Thosophique, no. 3, March 1931, p. 79-88, no. 4, April 1931,
p. 102-111).
1 1 7 7 * . LENOSSOS, Marc. Krishnamurti Strasbourg.
(In Les Dernires Nouvelles de Strasbourg, October 14, 1930; October 16,
1930).
1 1 7 8 * . LENOSSOS, Marc. J. Krishnamurti Prophte des temps
nouveaux parla, hier soir, devant une salle archi-comble.
(In Les Dernires Nouvelles de Strasbourg, October 17, 1930).
1 1 7 9 . LEO, Bessie. The astrologers creed.
(In The Herald of the Star, vol. 16, no. 9, September 1, 1927, p. 356-359).
1 1 8 0 . LESTER. G. J. Krishnamurti and the West.
(In Hindustan Times Magazine, December 22, 1968).
1 1 8 1 * . LINSSEN, Robert. Quest-ce que le Nirvn?
(In Spiritualit, no. 16, March 15, 1946, p. 91-96).
1 1 8 2 * . LINSSEN, Robert. Krishnamurti.
(In Spiritualit, no. 23, October 15, 1946 p. 245-253, no. 24, November 15,
1946, p. 258-260). Text in French.
1 1 8 3 * . LINSSEN, Robert. Krishnamurti et le problme de lamour.
(In Spiritualit, no. 24, November 15, 1946, p. 260-263).

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1 1 8 4 * . LINSSEN, Robert. La spontanit de la vie.


(In Spiritualit, no. 28-29, March-April 1947, p. 53-56).
1 1 8 5 * . LISSEN, Robert. Violence et utopie.
(In Spiritualit, no. 31, June 1947, p. 113-115).
1 1 8 6 * . LINSSEN, Robert. Le problme de la mort.
(In Spiritualit, no. 33-34-35, August-September-October 1947, p. 163166).
1 1 8 7 * . LINSSEN, Robert. Que nous apporte lOrient?
(In Spiritualit, no. 41-42, April-May 1948, p. 259-263).
1 1 8 8 * . LINSSEN, Robert. Pourquoi le monde? Questions et rponses.
Camp de Chapareillan 1949.
(In Spiritualit, no. 56-57, July-August 1949, p. 133-139).
1 1 8 9 * . LINSSEN, Robert. Krishnamurti Londres.
(In Spiritualit, no. 58-59, September-October 1949, p. 160-163).

1190*. LINSSEN, Robert. Le rle de la pense selon Krishnamurti.


(In Spiritualit, no. 60-61-62, November-December 1949, p. 6-13).
1 1 9 1 * . LINSSEN, Robert. Krishnamurti Paris.
(In Spiritualit, no. 63-64-65-66, March-April-May-June 1950, p. 29-31).

1192*. LINSSEN, Robert. Que nous enseigne Krishnamurti?


(In Spiritualit, no. 63-64-65-66, March-April-May-June 1950, p. 31-36).
1193*. LINSSEN, Robert. La pense de Sri Aurobindo.
(In Synthses, no. 57, February 1951, p. 86-91).
1 1 9 4 * . LINSSEN, Robert. Divergences entre C.G. Jung et Krishnamurti.
(In Spiritualit, no. 71-72-73, February-April 1951, p. 49-65).
1 1 9 5 * . LINSSEN, Robert. Krishnamurti, les religions, et le chaos
mondial.
(In Spiritualit, no. 78-79-80, October 1951-January 1952, p. 142-151).

1196*. LINSSEN, Robert. Originalit de loeuvre de Krishnamurti.


(In Spiritualit, no. 78-79-80, October 1951-January 1952, p. 140-142).
1197*. LINSSEN, Robert. Que nous apporte Krishnamurti?
(In Spiritualit, no, 81-82-83, February-April 1952, p. 13-19).
1 1 9 8 * . LINSSEN, Robert. Limites de lanalyse en physique et en psychol
ogie, par Ram Linssen.
(In La Tour de Feu, no. 36-37, Spring 1952, p. 108-117).

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1 1 9 9 * . LINSSEN, Robert. Quelques aspects de la pense Krishnamurtienne.


(In Synthses, no. 119-120, April-May 1956, p. 37-52).
1 2 0 0 * . LINSSEN, Robert. Psychologie de ltat crateur.
{In La Voix des Potes, no. 10, Autumn,October-November-December
1961, p. 37-40).
1 2 0 1 * . LINSSEN, Robert. Comment et pourquoi pensons-nous? Qui
pense?
{In Etre Libre, no. 196-197-198, April-May-June 1962, p. 8-13).
1 2 0 2 * . LINSSEN, Robert. Intelligence de lnergie.
{In Etre Libre, no. 205-207, January-March 1963, p. 1-16).
1 2 0 3 * . LINSSEN, Robert. Dualit fondamentale du monde physique.
{In Etre Libre, no. 208-210, April-June 1963, p. 1-13).
1 2 0 4 * . LINSSEN, Robert. J. Krishnamurti Saanen 1963.
{In Etre Libre, no. 213, July-September 1963, p. 7-9). Text in French.
1 2 0 5 * . LINSSEN, Robert. Krishnamurti Adyar (janvier 1964).
{In Etre Libre, no. 215-217, October-December 1963, p. 23-25).
1 2 0 6 * . LINSSEN, Robert. La notion dnergie amorisante de Teilhard de
Chardin et le bhakti yoga de Vivekananda.
{In Etre Libre, no. 215-217, October-December 1963, p. 13-20).
1 2 0 7 * . LINSSEN, Robert. Krishnamurti. Saanen 1964.
{In Etre Libre, no. 219, April-June 1964, p. 12-15). Text in French.
1 2 0 8 * . LINSSEN, Robert. Les relations au niveau psychologique.
{In Etre Libre, no. 219, April-June 1964, p. 1-9).
1 2 0 9 * . LINSSEN, Robert. LEcole de la Lumire Intrieure du
Bouddhisme Le Chan Tsung.
{In Etre Libre, no. 225, October-December 1965, p. 2-11, no. 226, JanuaryMarch 1966, p. 8-12).
1 2 1 0 * . LINSSEN, Robert. Importance de la smantique dans les
relations humaines.
{In Etre Libre, no. 226, January-March 1966, p. 1-7).
1 2 1 1 * . LINSSEN, Robert. Dialogue sur labsolu.
{In Etre Libre, no. 227, April-June 1966, p. 4-11, no. 228, July-September
1966, p. 7-8).
1 2 1 2 * . LINSSEN, Robert. Dialogue sur la vie, lamour et la philosophie.
{In Etre Libre, no. 228, July-September 1966, p. 1-5).

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1 2 1 3 * . LINSSEN, Robert. Le problme de la rincarnation.


(In Etre Libre, no. 229, October-December 1966, p. 12-16).
1 2 1 4 * . LINSSEN, Robert. Le mystre de la personne.
(In Etre Libre, no. 230, January-March 1967, p. 12-14).
1 2 1 5 * . LINSSEN, Robert. Sommes-nous libres ou esclaves?
(In Etre Libre, no. 231, April-June 1967, p. 4-11).
1 2 1 6 * . LINSSEN, Robert. Le problme du temps.
(In Etre Libre, no. 232, July-September 1967, p. 5-10).
1 2 1 7 * . LINSSEN, Robert. Eveil spirituel et silence mental.
(In Etre Libre, no. 233, October-December 1967, p. 12-19, no. 235, AprilJune 1968, p. 13-16).
1 2 1 8 * . LINSSEN, Robert. Progrs technique et impasses psychologiques.
(In Etre Libre, no. 234, January-March 1968, p. 9-15).
1 2 1 9 * . LINSSEN, Robert. Les mythes qui font dvier lamour.
(In Etre Libre, no. 239, April-June 1969, p. 21-22).

1220*. LINSSEN, Robert. Lducation selon Krishnamurti.


(In Etre Libre, no. 240, July-September 1969, p. 13-19, no. 241, OctoberDecember 1969, p. 11-16, no. 243, April-June 1970, p. 12-16, no. 244, JulySeptember 1970, p. 12-13).
1 2 2 1 * . LINSSEN, Robert. Problme de la souffrance de langoisse et de
la mort.
(In Etre Libre, no. 243, April-June 1970, p. 22-24).
1 2 2 2 . LINSSEN, Robert. Amour et sexe.
(In Plante Plus, no. 19, December 1970, p. 71-75).

1223. LINSSEN, Robert. Krishnamurti et le zen.


(In Plante Plus, no. 19, December 1970, p. 107-112).
1 2 2 4 . LINSSEN, Robert. Bouddhisme, zen et yoga.
(In Yoga, March 1971).

1225*. LINSSEN, Robert. Tcnica de la mutacin espiritual.


(In Conocimiento de la Nueva Era, no. 414, June 1972, p. 12-20, 23).
1 2 2 6 . LINSSEN, Robert. Pas de succession aprs Krishnamurti.
(In Etre Libre, no. 252, July-September 1972, p. 23).
1 2 2 7 . LINSSEN, Robert. Sminaire dtudes spirituelles Saanenmoser
(Juillet 1972).
(In Etre Libre, no. 252, July-September 1972, p. 24-28).

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1 2 2 8 * . LINSSEN, Madame Robert. Lcole modle de la Happy Valley


Ojai.
(In Spiritualit, no. 63-64-65-66, March-April-May-June 1950, p. 40-46).
1 2 2 9 . LONG, Mae van Norman.
Impressions of the first Star Congress in America.
(In International Star Bulletin, no. 7, July 1928, p. 16-20).
1 2 3 0 . LONG, Mae van Norman. Krishnajis message.
(In The Star, vol. 1, no. 9, September 1928, p. 41-42).
1 2 3 1 . LUTYENS, Barbara. Servants of the Star.
(In The Herald of the Star, vol. 3, no. 1, January 11, 1914 p. 46-48).
The Servants of the Star was started by some of the younger members of
the Order of the Star in the East in order to spread the news of the coming of a
great World-Teacher among young people.
1 2 3 2 . LUTYENS, Lady Emily. My conception of a World-Teacher.
(In The Herald of the Star, vol. 3, no. 1, January 11, 1914, p. 21-22).
1 2 3 3 . LUTYENS, Lady Emily. In the Starlight.
(In The Herald of the Star, vol. 7, no. 3, March 1918, p. 115-116).
1 2 3 4 . LUTYENS, Lady Emily. Impressions of the Star Congress.
(In The Herald of the Star, vol. 12, no. 9, September 1, 1923, p. 367).
Some observations on the Star Congress, Vienna, July, 1923.
1 2 3 5 . LUTYENS, Lady Emily. Ehrwald.
(In The Herald of the Star, vol. 12, no. 10, October 1, 1923, p. 402-403).
1 2 3 6 . LUTYENS, Lady Emily. The place of the old in the new era.
(In The Herald of the Star, vol. 13, no. 9, September 1, 1924, p. 399-403).
A talk given on August 15, 1924.
1 2 3 7 . LUTYENS, Lady Emily. Our responsibilities.
(In The Herald of the Star, vol. 14, no. 1, January 1, 1925, p. 13).
Many have offered their lives to Krishnaji in complete dedication and
surrender, knowing that his life in its turn is completely consecrated to the
service of the Great Ones.
1 2 3 8 . LUTYENS, Lady Emily. A letter from India.
(In The Herald of the Star, vol. 14, no. 5, May 1, 1925, p. 148-149).
Krishnamurtis sincerity and directness, his uncompromising methods, his
innate humility, yet the authority with which he speaks, have deeply
impressed those who have listened to him. His special work at the present
time, both as regards individuals and society in general, is the purging
process.

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1 2 3 9 . LUTYENS, Lady Emily. [A Camp Fire talk, Ommen Star


Congress, August 11, 1925],
{In The Herald of the Star, vol. 14, no. 10, October 1, 1925, p. 354-357).
She played a role somewhat of a mother towards Krishnaji in those
difficult years when he was separated from his true mother. In all those years
she knew him, never for a second did she falter in her knowledge of, and
belief in, his great destiny.
1 2 4 0 . LUTYENS, Lady Emily. The Star Camp, 1925.
{In The Herald of the Star, vol. 14, no. 9, September 1, 1925, p. 342-343).
In the teachings of Krishnamurti there is an all embracing tolerance and an
insistence that prejudice and narrow mindedness would blind us to the truth
when it comes our way.
1 2 4 1 . LUTYENS, Lady Emily. As he lived he lives.
{In The Herald of the Star, vol. 15, no. 1, January 1, 1926, p. 6-7).
Nityananda thought little of himself and everything of Krishnaji.
1 2 4 2 . LUTYENS, Lady Emily. A further letter from India.
{In The Herald of the Star, vol. 15, no. 2, February 1, 1926, p. 72-73).
After laying the foundation stone of the new World Star Headquarters on
December 28, 1925, Krishnamurti said: Every stone of this building will be
laid with love, every coolie who works here will be well fed, well clothed,
clean and happy. Every person who has a share in the raising of this building
will be happy, and every person who shall later work here will be happy.
1 2 4 3 . LUTYENS, Lady Emily. The nations and .the coming.
{In The Herald of the Star, vol. 15, no. 4, April 1, 1926, p. 157, vol. 15, no.
5, May 1, 1926, p. 190).
An extract from The Liverpool Echo to which paper Lady Lutyens gave an
interview upon her return from India. Krishnamurti combines the spirit of
youth with the wisdom of age. He has an enormous capacity for understand
ing the human heart.
1 2 4 4 . LUTYENS, Lady Emily. The passion of the World Saviour.
{In The Herald of the Star, vol. 15, no. 9, September 1, 1926, p. 391-393).
The Truth is so simple that men cannot grasp it. It is with our lack of
comprehension that we crucify. The touching words of Krishnamurti are
quoted: Take my heart, my mind and all there is of me and eat it, and drink
it, and you will not hurt me in the least because I can always find it again. I
have so much and you have so little.
1 2 4 5 . LUTYENS, Lady Emily. The Christ of prophecy.
{In The Herald of the Star, vol. 16, no. 6, June 1, 1927, p. 226-232).
A lecture delivered at the Hollywood Womens Club on December 19,
1926.
1 2 4 6 . LUTYENS, Lady Emily. The work of the three Star centres, Adyar,
Ommen, Ojai.
{In The Herald of the Star, vol. 16, no. 2, February 1, 1927, p. 46-48).

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1 2 4 7 . LUTYENS, Lady Emily. The new gospel of joy.


(In The Herald of the Star, vol. 16, no. 3, March 1, 1927, p. 86-90).
Written in a moving style and characterised by a spirit of deep devotion,
this article includes significant biographical information in the section
entitled The Messenger (J. Krishnamurti) together with reflections on his
teachings in the section entitled The Message.
1 2 4 8 . LUTYENS, Lady Emily. A Star League of Parents.
(In The Herald of the Star, vol. 16, no. 4, April 1, 1927, p. 150-151).
1 2 4 9 . LUTYENS, Lady Emily. To do, to know, to be.
(In The Herald of the Star, vol. 16, no. 4, April 1, 1927, p. 128-130).
Krishnamurti has gone to the Source and his life is derived from there. He
is all the time alive mentally and emotionally as he draws his being from the
heights. Krishnaji dwells forever on the mountain peaks of being and from
there he directs his life Emily Lutyens.
1 2 5 0 . LUTYENS, Lady Emily. May 11, 1927.
(In The Herald of the Star, vol. 16, no. 5, May 1, 1927, p. 8).
1 2 5 1 . LUTYENS, Lady Emily. The symbolism of a Camp.
(In The Star, vol. 1, no. 3, March 1928, p. 24-25).
(In The Herald of the Star, vol. 16, no. 7, July 1, 1927, p. 265-266).
1 2 5 2 . LUTYENS, Lady Emily. The archetypal Star Camp.
(In The Herald of tl)e Star, vol. 16, no. 8, August 1, 1927, p. 291-292).
1 2 5 3 . LUTYENS, Lady Emily. [Radio talk].
(In The Herald of the Star, vol. 16, no. 9, September 1, 1927, p. 348-350).
Krishnamurti can point the way to liberation because he himself is
liberated.
1 2 5 4 . LUTYENS, Lady Emily. Ideal.
(In The Herald of the Star, vol. 16, no. 10, October 1, 1927, p. 392-394).
Th Teachers come to guide us to the mountain top but we must walk there
upon our own feet.
1 2 5 5 . LUTYENS, Lady Emily. The Camp at Ommen.
(In International Star Bulletin, no. 1, November 1927, p. 8-9).
The 1927 Camp was the most momentous in the history of the Order
because it was here that Krishnamurti first spoke of himself as the Teacher.
1 2 5 6 . LUTYENS, Lady Emily. Krishnaji in relation to the present age.
(In The Star, vol. 1, no. 1, January 1928, p. 11-14).
(In The Star Review, vol. 1, no. 1, January 1928, p. 14-19).
1 2 5 7 . LUTYENS, Lady Emily. The mission of the World-Teacher.
(In The Star, vol. 1, no. 3, March 1928, p. 9-11).
(In The Star Review, vol. 1, no. 5, May 1928, p. 164-167).

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1 2 5 8 . LUTYENS, Lady Emily. The month of offering.


(In International Star Bulletin, no. 3, March 1928, p. 11-12).
In 1925 it was decided to dedicate the month of May, this being Krishnamurtis birth month, as a Self Denial month in which members would raise
funds for the International Work of the Order. The money so raised made
possible the development of the International Centres at Ommen, Ojai and
Adyar, the establishment of the Star Publishing Trust, etc.
1 2 5 9 . LUTYENS, Lady Emily. What the world needs.
(In The Star, vol. 1, no. 5, May 1928, p. 15-18).
(In The Star Review, vol. 1, no. 6, June 1928, p. 201-204).
1 2 6 0 . LUTYENS, Lady Emily. The thieves of time.
(In The Star, vol. 1, no. 10, October 1928, p. 18-25).
(In The Star Review, vol. 1, September 1928, p. 322-330).
1 2 6 1 . LUTYENS, Lady Emily. The time has come.
(In International Star Bulletin, no. 9, September-October 1928, p. 14-17).
The words the time has come represent the keynote of the 1928 Camp.
1 2 6 2 . LUTYENS, Lady Emily. The future of The Star Review in
England.
(In International Star Bulletin, no. 11, December 1928, p. 12-14).
1 2 6 3 . LUTYENS, Lady Emily. Expectation and fulfilment.
(In International Star Bulletin, no. 2, February 1929, p. 15-17).
The beliefs about the coming Teacher that prevailed during the days of
expectation are compared and contrasted with what the Teacher actually is
in the present.
1 2 6 4 . LUTYENS, Lady Emily. Editorial: thoughts from Eerde.
(In International Star Bulletin, no. 3, March 1929, p. 17-18).
1 2 6 5 . LUTYENS, Lady Emily. News of Krishnajis activities: Krishnajiin
East London.
(In International Star Bulletin, no. 4, April 1929, p. 17).
A description of the atmosphere of a meeting addressed by Krishnamurti
at Bow Baths Hall on February 24, 1929.
1 2 6 6 . LUTYENS, Lady Emily and RAJAGOPAL, D. False rumours.
(In International Star Bulletin, no. 3, October 1929, p. 25).
1 2 6 7 . LUTYENS, Lady Emily. Ommen 1930.
(In International Star Bulletin, no. 10, October 1930, p. 36-37).
In losing all we find all.
1 2 6 8 . LUTYENS, Lady Emily. Truth and comfort.
(In Star Bulletin, no. 8, August 1931, p. 27-33).
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sense to human weakness or credulity, who offers neither bribes nor rewards.
Truth offers no consolations, remarked Krishnamurti in one of his
lectures. Consolations abound in the various religions and philosophies but
if we want Truth then the longing for comfort has to be cast aside.
1269*. M.B. Lettres dAdyar.
{In Bulletin Thosophique, no. 2, February 1926, p. 35-42).
1270. M.B.H. The great peace.
{In The Herald of the Star, vol. 15, no. 10, October 1, 1926, p. 450-451).
After listening to Krishnaji many went into the woods alone, to marvel on
what they had seen and heard, and to try to find ourselves again.
1271. M.E.L. Krishnaji.
{In The Herald of the Star, vol. 16, no. 8, August 1, 1927, p. 292).
1272*. M.J. and K.L. La thosophie, voie de libration.
{In Bulletin Thosophique, no. 10, December 1928, p. 216-218).
1273. M.M. The life beyond forms.
{In The Herald of the Star, vol. 15, no. 10, October 1, 1926. p. 451).
1274. M.M. Mrs Annie Besant: a spiritual pilgrimage.
{In The Age (Melbourne), September 1, 1933).
1275. M.M.F. News of Krishnajis activities: a letter from Ojai.
{In International Star Bulletin, no. 6, June 1929, p. 16-17).
A report on the week-end meetings that Krishnamurti held, prior to the
Ojai Camp, at Starland in Ojai.
1276. M.R. Ojai, California.
{In The Herald of the Star, vol. 13, no. 10, October 1, 1924, p. 448-449).
1277. MACKAY, Kenneth. Adyar - an impression.
{In International Star Bulletin, no. 6, June 1928, p. 29-31).
Extract from an article in the Theosophist, February, 1928.
1278*. MACREZ, Grard. Inconnaissance de Krishnamurti.
{In La Tour de Feu, no. 36-37, Spring 1952, p. 154-156).
1279. MAKIN, Amelia. Through English eyes.
{In The Star Review, vol. 1, no. 7, July 1928, p. 257-258).
1280. Man against man.
{In The Ceylon Observer, January 14, 1957).
1281*. MANZIARLY, Irma de. Ommen 1927.
{In Bulletin Internajional de lEtoile, no. 4, October 1927, p. 16-17).

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1 2 8 2 . MANZIARLY, Irma de and SUARES, Carlo. Manifesto.


{In The Star Review, vol. 1, no. 3, March 1928, p. 93-99).
1 2 8 3 . MANZIARLY, Irma de. Krishnamurti: a critical study.
{In International Star Bulletin, no. 5, December 1929, p. 15-23, no. 1,
January 1930, p. 16-20).
1 2 8 4 * . MANZIARLY, Marcelle de. Adyar pendant la Convention.
{In Bulletin de lOrdre de lEtoile dOrient, no. 2, April 1926, p. 20-27).
There is a reference to Krishnamurtis celebrated speech on December 28,
1925.
1 2 8 5 . MANZIARLY, Marcelle de. Beauty and happiness: the new way.
{In The Herald of the Star, voi. 15, no. 9, September 1, 1926, p. 393-394).
The immensity of Krishnajis teaching is that it has no shape: it is too
universal to be put in a mould.
1 2 8 6 * . MANZIARLY, Marcelle de. Ommen 1926.
{In Bulletin de lOrdre de lEtoile dOrient, no. 6, October 1926, p. 38-40).
1 2 8 7 . MANZIARLY-PORTER, Mima de. The man Krishnaji.
{In The Herald of the Star, vol. 15, no. 4, April 1, 1926, p. 163-166).
In this analysis of Krishnamurtis personality, he is regarded, among other
things, as a very rare and beautiful human being, an almost perfect example
of what we should make of ourselves.
1 2 8 8 . MANZIARLY-PORTER, Mima de. We wonder . . . .
{In The Herald of the Star, voi. 16, no. 8, August 1, 1927, p. 295-296).

1289*. MARATRAY, R. de. Krishnamurti pote.


{In Cahier de lEtoile, no. 1, January-February 1928, p. 56-58).
1 2 9 0 * . MARCAULT, J. Emile. Le Messie de la Thosophie.
{In Le Lotus Bleu, no. 12, February 1926, p. 441-459).
1 2 9 1 . MARCAULT, J. Emile. Impressions of the Star Congress.
{In The Herald of the Star, voi. 15, no. 9, September 1, 1926, p. 386-388).

1292*. MARCAULT, J. Emile. La nouvelle ecclsia.


{In Bulletin de lOrdre de lEtoile dOrient, no. 6, October 1926, p. 35-38).
1293. MARCAULT, J. Emile. Psychology and the Star.
{In The Herald of the Star, vol. 16, no. 1, January 1, 1927, p. 4-9).
1294. MARCAULT, J. Emile. [Radio talk],
{In The Herald of the Star, voi. 16, no. 9, September 1, 1927, p. 350-352).
Text in French.
1295. MARCAULT, J. Emile. Krishnajis message.
(/ The Star, vol. 1, no. 1, January 1928, p. 8-10).
{In The Star Review, vol. 1, no. 1, January 1928, p. 10-13).

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1296. MARCAULT, J. Emile. Education.


{In The Star Review, vol. 1, no. 3, March 1928, p. 104-108).
1297. MARCAULT, J. Emile. Liberation - old and new.
{In The Star Review, vol. 1, no. 4, April 1928, p. 142-145).
1298. MARCAULT, J. Emile. Modem atheism.
{In The Star Review, vol. 1, no. 7, July 1928, p. 253-256).
1299. MARCAULT, J. Emile. Self-realisation and evolution.
{In The Star Review, vol. 1, no. 8, August 1928, p. 297-301).
1300. MARCAULT, J. Emile. The time experience.
{In The Star Review, vol. 2, no. 2, February 1929, p. 74-80).
1301*. MARCAULT, J. Emile. Lorthodoxie thosophique.
{In Bulletin Thosophique, no. 1, January 1935, p. 7-14).
1302*. MARCAULT, J. Emile. Labsolu et le relatif.
{In Bulletin Thosophique, no. 2, February 1935, p. 37-41).
1303*. MARCAULT, J. Emile. Thorie et pratique de lvolution.
{In Bulletin Thosophique, no. 2, February 1937, p. 45-50).
1304*. MARIA, Roger. Ritualisme, art de vivre et spiritualit.
{In La Sant Spirituelle, no. 21, January-March 1961, p. 709-713).
1305* MARIA, Roger. Krishnamurti et les deux liberts: exploration
dialogue.
{In La Sant Spirituelle, no. 34, July 1964 no. 44, no. 47-no. 48, March
1968).
1306*. MARIA, Roger. Au coeur de la pense hindoue et du bouddhisme
zen: un art de vivre et non une religion.
{In Le Courrier Rationaliste, no. 3, March 1969, p. 69-73).
A radio talk on February 23, 1969.
1307. MARIA, Roger. Les deux liberts.
{In Plante Plus, no/ 19, December 1970, p. 79-85).
1308*. MARSAN, Ren. Lexprience du Divin selon Sri Aurobindo et
Krishnamurti.
{In LAge Nouveau, no. 110, July-September 1960, p. 24-35).
1309* MARTEL, Andr. Aluit.
{In La Tour de Feu, no. 36-37, Spring 1952, p. 118-119).
1310. MARTIN, Katherine M. Krishnaji in London.
{In The Star, vol. 1, no. 11, November 1928, p. 37-38).

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A vivid description of Krishnaji at a meeting which was also attended by


Annie Besant.
1311*. MEAUTIS, G. Le message de Krishnamurti.
(In Bulletin Thosophique, no. 7, July 1929, p. 134-138).
1312. A members diary American press cuttings.
(/T he Herald of the Star, vol. 15, no. 11, November 1, 1926, p. 498-502).
These extracts from newspapers deal with Krishnamurtis visit to the
United States.
1 3 1 3 * . MERTENS STIENON, Marguerite. Krishnaji et la psychologie
nouvelle.
(In Bulletin International de lEtoile, no. 6, May 1928, p. 148-151).
1 3 1 4 * . MEYOR, J.J. Krishnamurti.
(In Smidsc (Arnhem), Jaarg. 1, 1926, p. 351-360).

1315*. MIATLEV, Adrian. Un nouvel accs de vie.


(In La Tour de Feu, no. 36-37, Spring 1952, p. 49-54).
1316* MIATLEV, Adrian. La posie et son double.
(In La Tour de Feu, no. 36-37, Spring 1952, p. 170-193).
1 3 1 7 * MIATLEV, Adrian. Prcisions propos de ganthropie.
(In La Tour de Feu, no. 43, September 1954, p. 140-142).
1 3 1 8 * . MIATLEV, Adrian. Voulez-vous ne pas jouer avec-moi.
(In La Tour de Feu, no. 51, Autumn 1956, p. 112-130).
1 3 1 9 * . MIATLEV, Adrian. Quelle tait noire ma lgende.
(In La Tour de Feu, no. 60, December 1958, p. 65-82).
1 3 2 0 * . MIATLEV, Adrian. Alphabrupts et Omegasques.
(In La Tour de Feu, no. 63-64, December 1959, p. 164-166).
1 3 2 1 * . MIATLEV, Adrian. Finistre de linducation rgionale.
(In La Tour de Feu, no. 76, December 1962, p. 70-77).
1 3 2 2 * . MIATLEV, Adrian and BOUJUT, Pierre. Jacques Edouard Le
Roux.
(In La Tour de Feu, no. 82, June 1964, p. 58-59).

1323* MIATLEV, Adrian. Extrait dune lettre Marcel Clebant.


(In La Tour de Feu, no. 90-91, June 1966, p. 78).
1324*. MIATLEV, Adrian. Linstinct fraternel.
(In La Tour de Feu, no. 90-91, June 1966, p. 45-48).

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1325*. MIATLEV, Adrian. Je paie ma posie.


(In La Tour de Feu, no. 90-91, June 1966, p. 48-50).
1326*. MIATLEV, Adrian. Lettre Roger Petit.
{In La Tour de Feu, no. 90-91, June 1966, p. 73-74).
1327* MIATLEV, Adrian. Mon me en colre.
{In La Tour de Feu, no. 90-91, June 1966, p. 50-51).
1328*. MIATLEV, Adrian. Adrian Miatlev nous crit.
{In La Tour de Feu, no. 107, September 1970, p. 8-9, 13, 16, no. 110(3),
June 1971, p. 4-5).
1329*. MIATLEV, Adrian. Miatlev rpond toujours lettre Pierre
Boujut.
{In La Tour de Feu, no. Il l , September 1971, p. 21-29).
1330. MILLEN, Gilmore. Krishnamurti tells world panacea.
(In The Star, vol. 1, no. 8, August 1928, p. 56-57).
Excerpts from the Los Angeles Evening Herald.
1331. MILLER, W.D. The new conscience.
(In The Herald of the Star, voi. 16, no. 1, January 1, 1927, p. 25-26).
The head of the Order of the Star in the East is the destined channel for the
revelation and direction of the new civilisation now being born.
1332. MILLS, H. Edward. Krishnamurti: a friendly appraisal.
(In The Star, voi. \\ no. 8, August 1928, p. 61-62).
Excerpt from the Pasadena Star-News. A Sunday morning speech at the
Church of Truth.
1333*. MIOMANDRE, Francis de. Ici et maintenant.
(In La Tour de Feu, no. 36-37, Spring 1952, p. 143-145).
1334. MIRZA, Nadarbeg K. One of many.
(In The Herald of the Star, voi. 13, no. 7, July 1, 1924, p. 289-292).
Certain sentences in At the feet of the master are similar to some of the
verses in the Quaran.
1335*. MONOD-HERZEN, G.E. A propos de larticle de Van der
Leeuw. La crise de la S.T. et son remde.
(In Bulletin Thosophique, no. 6, June 1930).
1336. MOTWANI, Kewal. Krishnamurti - the man and his message.
(In The Ceylon Observer, December 4, 1955).
1337. MOTWANI, Kewal. Voyage of self-discovery.
(In The Ceylon Observer, December 11, 1955).

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1338.
Motwani, Kewal. The impact of the teachings of Krishnamurti on
the world.
(In The Ceylon Observer, January 20, 1957).
1339*. MURRIAUX, Genevive. Pour la deuxime fois en vingt cinq ans
Krishnamurti sera Paris au printemps prochain.
(In Combat, January 19, 1950).
1340*. MURRIAUX, Genevive. De Rilke Krishnamurti.
(In La Tour de Feu, no. 36-37, Spring 1952, p. 128-133).
1341. NAGARAJAN, T.S. Jiddu Krishnamurti.
(In Illustrated Weekly of India, January 31, 1971, p. 42-43).
1342. Nationalism in way of peace: views of Mr J. Krishnamurti.
(In The Advertiser (Adelaide), April 17, 1939).
The complete destruction of nationalism and the ultimate creation of a
world state is seen as the only hope of achieving peace. Within the walls of
nationalism with its tariff barriers, racial pride and greed for power and
domination, peace was not possible. Nationalism was the new world religion
with dictators for its high priests and military parades for ritual.
1343*. NEBEL, C. Krishnamurti in Deutschland.
(In Der Stern, no. 2, February 1932, p. 20-24).
1344. NELIDOVA, E. What the head of the Order wants us to be.
(In The Herald of the Star, vol. 15, no. 10, October 1, 1926, p. 448-449).
All our knowledge and goodness are as nothing as long as we have not
pulled down the walls between Him and us.
1345. NELSON, Joanne. Krishnamurti talks on lifes dire problems.
(In The Ojai Valley News, June 2, 1960).
1346. NEWCOMER, pseudonym. A thought from Ojai.
(In The Star, vol. 1, no. 8, August 1928, p. 53).
1347. News letter.
(In Star Bulletin, no. 2, March-April 1933, p. 73-75).
1348*. NIEL, Andr. Rflexions et aphorismes.
(In La Tour de Feu, no. 36-37, Spring 1952, p. 27).
1349*. NIEL, Andr. Pour lexistence dune non-dualit.
(In La Tour de Feu, no. 39, Winter-Spring 1953, p. 20-24).
1350*. NIEL, Andr. Krishnamurti et la synthse de lavenir.
(In Synthses, no. 119-120 April-May 1956 p. 18-36).
An address to LAssociation France-Indes, in Paris on March 26, 1955.

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1 3 5 1 * . NIEL, Andr. Dclin ou veil de la sagesse?


(In Critique, no. 96, May 1955, p. 447-458).

1352*. NIEL, Andr. Le bouddhisme zen et la rforme de la psychologie.


(In Synthses, no. 126-127, November-December 1956, p. 32-54).
1353*. NIEL, Andr. Simone Weil plerine de labsolu.
(In Critique, vol. 14, no. 114, November 1956, p. 968-977).
1 3 5 4 * . NIEL, Andr. La transformation du problme mystique de
Simone Weil Roger Godel et Krishnamurti.
(In Synthses, no. 142, March 1958, p. 267-282).

1355*. NIEL, Andr. Le moi et lamour.


(In Critique, vol. 14, no. 138, November 1958, p. 976-987).
1 3 5 6 * . NIEL, Andr. Vers un humanisme de libration.
(In LAge Nouveau, no. 106, July-September 1959, p. 50-62).
1 3 5 7 * . NIEL, Andr. Aux sources de la conscience malheureuse.
(In LAge Nouveau, no. 110, July-September 1969, p. 101-110).
1 3 5 8 * . NIEL, Mathilde. Boris Pasternak la recherche dun humanisme
ouvert.
(In LAge Nouveau, no. 106, July-September 1959, p. 65-73).

1359*. NIEL, Mathilde. Lchec de lamour.


(In Synthses, no. 181-182, June-July 1961, p. 37-67).
1 3 6 0 . NORMANN, Kai. About understanding.
(In International Star Bulletin, no. 1, January 1929, p. 21-23).
1 3 6 1 . ODIER, Daniel. Bilan.
(In Plante Plus, no. 19, December 1970, p. 27-35).
1 3 6 2 . Ojai Camp still thronged: disciples yet gathering to learn of
Krishnamurti; teacher expounds philosophy of sorrow.
(In International Star Bulletin, no. 7, July 1928, p. 31).
Extract from the Los Angeles Times, May 26, 1928.
1 3 6 3 . The Ommen Star Congress. Additional addresses and talks around
the Camp Fire - 11th August, 1925.
(In The Herald of the Star, vol. 14, no. 10, October 1, 1925, p. 354-360).
Several of Krishnajis nearest friends spoke about things they knew and
remembered of their own personal contact with him. The speakers were Lady
Emily Lutyens, Oscar G. Kllerstrm, George S. Arundale and Annie
Besant.
1 3 6 4 . One government for the whole world: ideal of Indian teacher
and philosopher.

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(In The Advertiser (Adelaide), April 12, 1939).


Krishnamurti looks forward to the day when the world will be entirely
without nationalism, which would make possible one Government, and
would remove the root cause of all wars. This can only come about with a
new outlook.
1365. Opening of the tour.
(In International Star Bulletin, no. 12, December 1930, p. 26-27).
1366. Order of Star Convention means much to the county.
(In The Star, vol. 1, no. 8, August 1928, p. 57-58).
Excerpts from Ventura County Star.
(In International Star Bulletin, no. 7, July 1928, p. 29-30).
Excerpts from Ventura Star, May 24, 1928.
1367. ORDER OF THE STAR. Information for inquirers, August 1928.
(In International Star Bulletin, no. 9, September-October 1928, p. 40-47).
This revision of Information f o r inquirers supersedes the publication
issued in 1927.
Contents: The Order of the Star objects - the great expectation the great
fulfilment - organization - international centres - international magazines,
etc.
1368. Padre.
(In The Herald of the Star, vol. 15, no. 4, April 1, 1926, p. 130).
An appreciation of the late H. Baillie-Weaver, a member of the Order
since its inception, whose devotion and loyalty to'Krishnaji never wavered.
He lived to know that all his hopes for Krishnaji had been realised.
1369. PALLANDT VAN EERDE, Philip Van. Mr Rajagopals
American tour.
(In International Star Bulletin, no. 3, March 1929, p. 25-26).
1370. PARK, Joseph M. New teacher walks hills: camp of Krishnamurti
in Ojai country recalls tales of ancient days in Palestine.
(In The Star, vol. 1, no. 8, August 1928, p. 55-56).
Excerpts from the Los Angeles Times.
1371. PARTHE. Some impressions of the Ojai Camp.
(In The Star, vol. 1, no. 8, August 1928, p. 30-31).
(In International Star Bulletin, no. 7, July 1928, p. 14-16).
1372. PARTLOW, Leo L. The World-Teacher (as he seems to one who
has never seen him).
(In The Star, vol. 1, no. 11, November 1928, p. 27-29).
1373. PATHIRANA, Jayatissa. Krishnamurti.
(In The Ceylon Observer, January 17, 1957).

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1374. PATWARDHAN, V.C. Impressions of the Star Congress in


Vienna.
(In The Herald of the Star, vol. 12, no. 10, October 1, 1923, p. 399-401).
1375. PATWARDHAN, V.C. The Star Congress through Indian eyes: a
retrospect.
(In The Herald of the Star, vol. 13, no. 11, November 1, 1924, p. 486-489).
The keynote of the years Star Congress was self-preparation or self-purifi
cation. This theme of Krishnamurti bore that intensity of earnestness which
springs from an inner conviction of reality which no argument can really
touch. At Arnhem Krishnaji said: Let each one of us, from this day
onwards, watch the change in ourselves from day to day.
1376. PEARCE, F.G. Krishnamurti, visiting Ceylon this Christmas, is
the wisest man I have ever met.
(In The Ceylon Observer, October 30, 1949).
Extracts from this article appeared in Voyage, vol. 3, no. 1, July 1950, p.
16.
1377*. PENA GIL, A de la. 6eme Congrs de lOrdre de lEtoile. Notes de
Camp.
(In LAube Nouvelle, no. 1, January 25, 1928, p. 5-7).
1378. PERRY, Whitall N. Anti-theology and the riddles of Alcyone.
(In Studies in comparative religion, vol. 6, no. 3, Summer 1972, p. 176192).
A criticism of Krishnamurti.
1379*. POORTMAN, J.J. Krishnamurti en de Wijsbegeerte.
(In Algemeen Nederlands Tijdschrift voor Wijsbegeerte en Psychologie,
No. 3, March 1951).
1380. POUSHKINE, Barbara. The choice.
(In The Herald of the Star, vol. 15, no. 10, October 1, 1926, p. 449-450).
1381. POUSHKINE, Barbara. Adventures in lecturing.
(In International Star Bulletin, no. 2, February 1929, p. 21-24).
Herein are recorded the impressions of one who lectured on Krishnamurti
to groups of Russians outside Russia.
1382*. POWELL, Robert. La grce.
(In Etre Libre, no. 199-200-201, July-August-September 1962, p. 18-20).
1383. POWERS, Justin. To what do we pray.
(In The Star, vol. 1, no. 11, November 1928, p. 44-47).
1384. PRASAD, Yadunandan. Krishnaji.
(In The Herald of the Star, vol. 12, no. 1, January 1, 1923, p. 33).
A character-sketch of Krishnamurti that is full of praise and devotion.

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1385. PRASAD, Yadunandan. Form.


(In The Herald of the Star, vol. 16, no. 10, October 1, 1927, p. 390-392).
1386. PRASAD, Yadunandan. The new happiness.
(In The Star, vol. 1, no. 1, January 1928, p. 19-21).
(In The Star Review, vol. 1, no. 1, January 1928, p. 25-28).
1387. PRASAD, Yadunandan. Krishnajis activities: news from Adyar.
(In International Star Bulletin, no. 4, April 1928, p. 14-18).
The essence of a talk at Eerde on Krishnamurtis tour in India by Yadunandan Prasad, private secretary to Krishnamurti.
1388. PRASAD, Yadunandan. [Talks at the International Ojai Star
Camp Congress, Ojai, California, May 21 to 28, 1928],
(In The Star, vol. 1, no. 7, July 1928, p. 24, 36-37).
1389. PRASAD, Yadunandan. Krishnaji and India.
(In International Star Bulletin, no. 2, February 1929, p. 12-14).
1390. PRASAD, Yadunandan. Krishnamurti in 1929.
(In International Star Bulletin, no. 2, September 1929, p. 26-27).
1391. PRASAD, Yadunandan. Cable news of the Benares Camp.
(In International Star Bulletin, no. 5, December 1929, p. 3).
The article is dated November 20, 1929.
1392. PRASAD, Yadunandan. News letter frorp Benares.
(In International Star Bulletin, no. 1, January 1930, p. 21-24).
1393. PRASAD, Yadunandan. Cable news from Adyar.
(In International Star Bulletin, no. 2, February 1930, p. 32).
1394. PRASAD, Yadunandan. News letter from Adyar.
(In International Star Bulletin, no. 3, March 1930, p. 31-32).
1395. PREBLE, Donna. Post impressions of the Camp.
(In The Star, vol. 1, no. 8, August 1928, p. 43-44).
1396. PRELLE, Reginald de. Le message de Krishnamurti.
(In Construire, no. 19, May 12, 1971).
1397*. PRELLE, Reginald de. Krishnamurti: une grande ide, une
difficile application.
(In LEfficient, no. 6, July-August 1972, p. 3-5).
1398*. QUE ANT, Gilles. De la dualit lharmonie.
(In Plaisir de France, no. 171, June 1952, p. 29-30).
1399. R.L. J. Nityananda.
(In The Herald of the Star, vol. 14, no. 11, November 1, 1925).

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A tribute to Nityananda, the brother of Krishnamurti, who died in Califor


nia: their association, mutual esteem and affection were of no ordinary kind.
1 4 0 0 . RADCLIFFE, Herbert. Peace - through politics.
(In The Star, vol. 1, no. 5, May 1928, p. 40-42).
1 4 0 1 . RADCLIFFE, Herbert. From the center of life.
(In The Star, vol. 1, no. 8, August 1928, p. 31-34).
1 4 0 2 . RADCLIFFE, Herbert. Krishnamurti and Emerson.
(In The Star, vol. 1, no. 12, December 1928, p. 43-46).
By juxtaposing selected quotations from Krishnamurti and Ralph Waldo
Emerson many interesting points of agreement between them are illustrated.
1 4 0 3 . RAJAGOPAL, D. From the General Secretary.
(In The Herald of the Star, vol. 15, no. 3, March 1, 1926, p. 83-85).
The work of the Order took on a new aspect since the great day of
December 28, 1925 when at the end of Krishnamurtis address to members,
he suddenly stopped and a new voice spoke through him. The World Teacher
himself was once more speaking to men. That moment not only marked a
new era in the life of the Order, but a new era for the world - Rajagopal.
1 4 0 4 . RAJAGOPAL, D. Self-denial month: a statement from the
General Secretary-Treasurer of the Order of the Star in the East.
(In The Herald of the Star, vol. 16, no. 3, March 1, 1927, p. 98-99).
Krishnamurti suggested that the month of May 1927 should be dedicated
to self-denial by members of the Star all over the world.
1 4 0 5 . RAJAGOPAL, D. The Order of the Star in the East, Ojai, Califor
nia.
(In The Herald of the Star, vol. 16, no. 5, May 1, 1927, p. 188-189).
An announcement concerning a new magazine entitled Ananda for the
International Self-Preparation Group.
1 4 0 6 . RAJAGOPAL, D. The Order and allied activities.
(In The Herald of the Star, vol. 16, no. 10, October 1, 1927, p. 386-387).
An address to a meeting of the International League for the Protection of
Animals on August 10, 1927.
1 4 0 7 . RAJAGOPAL, D. What shall we say?
(In The Herald of the Star, vol. 16, no. 11, November 1, 1927, p. 416-420).
At a meeting of Star Lecturers on August 11, 1927, Rajagopal spoke and
answered questions. Lady Emily Lutyens answered the question: Can one
literally accept Krishnaji as the vehicle of the Lord on the authority of Dr.
Besant in case one does not know for oneself?
1 4 0 8 . RAJAGOPAL, D. Life.
(In The Herald of the Star, vol. 16, no. 10, October 1, 1927, p. 388-390).

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1 4 0 9 . RAJAGOPAL, D. The new realisation.


(In International Star Bulletin, no. 2, February 1928, p. 13-15).
Excerpts from an address to the Order of the Star, in Berlin on November
27, 1927.
1 4 1 0 . RAJAGOPAL, D. Krishnamurti will visit Denmark: interview
with Mr. Rajagopal who tells about Krishnamurti and his visit ro Denmark.
(In International Star Bulletin, no. 2, December 1927, p. 11).
1 4 1 1 . RAJAGOPAL, D. Krishnaji at Ojai: an informal talk given at
Eerde, 24 June 1928.
(In International Star Bulletin, no. 7, July 1928, p. 8-12).
1 4 1 2 . RAJAGOPAL, D. Oak Grove, Star Camp, Ojai.
(In International Star Bulletin, no. 7, July 1928, p. 21).

1413. RAJAGOPAL, D. Editorial.


(In International Star Bulletin, no. 8, August 1928, p. 25-26).
A statement concerning the objects of the Order of the Star.
1 4 1 4 . RAJAGOPAL, D. Some problems in the Order of the Star.
(In International Star Bulletin, no. 11, December 1928, p. 33-36).

1415. RAJAGOPAL, D. The sinews of life.


(In International Star Bulletin, no. 4, April 1929, p. 23-26).
1 4 1 6 . RAJAGOPAL, D. A new ideal for organization.
(In International Star Bulletin, no. 7, July 1929, p. 22-24),
1 4 1 7 . RAJAGOPAL, D. Dissolution of the Order.
(In International Star Bulletin, no. 1, August 1929, p. 3-6).
1 4 1 8 . RAJAGOPAL, D. New scheme of work.
(In International Star Bulletin, no. 1, August 1929, p. 7-8, no. 2, Septem
ber 1929, p. 35-36).
1 4 1 9 . RAJAGOPAL, D. Changes in Ommen.
(In Star Bulletin, no. 5, May 1931, p. 12-15).
The Estate of Eerde (Ommen, Holland) which in 1924 was given to the
Eerde Foundation by Baron Philip van Pallandt van Eerde for Krishnamurtis work, was by mutual agreement returned to the Baron.
1 4 2 0 . RAMA RAO, N.S. Members impressions: the Star Congress,
1924.
(In The Herald of the Star, vol. 13, no. 10, October 1, 1924, p. 424-425).
1 4 2 1 . RANSOM, Josephine. Peace and the colour problem.
(In The Star Review, vol. 1, no. 5, May 1928, p. 180-184).

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1422*. RAVETON, Roland. Aujourdhui pour tout.


(In La Tour de Feu, no. 36-37, Spring 1952, p. 36-39).
Une radaptation des principes vitaux de la S.T.
(In Bulletin Thosophique, no. 8, August-September-October 1929,
p. 154-158).
1423*.

1 4 2 4 * . REHAULT, Ludowic. Le passage de Krishnaji Paris: la vrit


qui est vie.
{In Bulletin International de lEtoile, no. 5, April 1928, p. 121-124).
1 4 2 5 * . REHAULT, Ludowic. Lternelle libration.
{In Bulletin International de lEtoile, no. 8, July 1928, p. 223-227).
1 4 2 6 * . REHAULT, Ludowic. Le seigneur des religions du monde.
(In Bulletin International de lEtoile, no. 12, January 1929, p. 57-62).
1 4 2 7 * . REHAULT, Ludowic. A califourchon sur le mur de lAudel.
(In Bulletin Thosophique, no. 1, January 1931, p. 6-7).
1 4 2 8 * . REHAULT, Ludowic. Informations diverses.
(In Bulletin Thosophique, no. 6, June 1932, p. 114-115).
1 4 2 9 . Religious teacher to visit Adelaide.
(In The News (Adelaide), February 8, 1934).
1 4 3 0 * . RETUERTO, Marcial. Krishnamurti est-il un monstre de sincri
t?
(In La Tour de Feu, no. 36-37, Spring 1952, p. 99-104).
1 4 3 1 * . REVEL, Gaston. Alcyone.
(In Le Thosophe, no. 37, June 16, 1911, p. 1).
1 4 3 2 * . RICHARDET, Georges. A propos de larticle de Van der Leeuw.
(In Bulletin Thosophique, no. 7, July 1930).
1 4 3 3 . Ring out the old, ring in the new.
(In The Herald of the Star, vol. 16, no. 12, December 1, 1927, p. 446-455).
A brief history of The Herald o f the Star, a magazine devoted to the herald
ing of the coming Teacher.
1 4 3 4 . Rishi Valley School.
(In Krishnamurti Foundation Bulletin, no. 15, Autumn 1972, p. 6-7).
1 4 3 5 . Rival Krishnamurti groups locked in suit.
(In Ojai Valley News, April 2, 1972).
1 4 3 6 * . RIVIERE. A propos de larticle de Van der Leeuw.
(In Bulletin Thosophique, no. 7, July 1930).

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1 4 3 7 . ROBERTS, Ruth. Ommen, 1928.


(In The Star Review, vol. 1, September 1928, p. 334-335).
1 4 3 8 . ROCKE, Mary E. The greatest game in the world for children.
(In The Herald of the Star, vol. 3, no. 3, March 11, 1914, p. 167-171).
The game is no other than help others which Alcyone mentions several
times in At the feet o f the master.
1 4 3 9 . ROCKE, Mary E. The gospel of joy.
(In The Herald of the Star, vol. 15, no. 9, September 1, 1926, p. 388-389).
1 4 4 0 . ROCKE, Mary E. The ant-hill.
{In International Star Bulletin, no. 4, April 1928, p. 21-22).
1 4 4 1 * . RUCART, Marc. Les origines et laboutissement dune doctrine
la plus grande gloire de lhomme.
(In Bulletin Thosophique, no. 8, August-September-October 1929, p.
166-168).
1 4 4 2 * . RUCART, Marc. Aprs le discours de Krishnamurti. Les origines
et laboutissement dune doctrine la plus grande gloire de lhomme.
(In Le Quotidien, September 3, 1929, p. 1).
1 4 4 3 * . RUSU, Silvius. Lancien et le nouveau. La rponse de Silvius
Rusu.
(In LEssor, no. 15, November 16, 1970, p. 3-4).
1 4 4 4 * . RUSU, Silvius. Sic cogito.
(In LEssor, no. 15, November 15, 1971, p. 1-2).
1 4 4 5 * . SALES, Michel. Premires difficults.
(In La Tour de Feu, no. 47, Autumn 1955, p. 65).
1 4 4 6 . SAMUELS, Henry C. The Jew and the World Teacher.
(In The Herald of the Star, vol. 14, no. 12, December 1, 1925, p. 466-469).
1 4 4 7 . SANJ1VA RAU. B. Introducing Krishnamurti.
(In India, February 22, 1948, p. 8, 17).
1 4 4 8 . SANJIVA RAU, B. Krishnamurtis life and message.
(In Voyage, vol. 2, no. 4, August 1949, p. 11-14).
Extracts from an article in the Sunday Observer (Madras).
1 4 4 9 . SARDONYX. Philosophy without tears.
(In The Ceylon Daily News, January 19, 1957).
1 4 5 0 * . SCHMIDT, Erich. Eine Studie iiber Krishnamurti und seine
Wirkung.
(In Der Stern, no. 9, November-December 1932, p. 49-68).

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1 4 5 1 * . SCHMIDT, Erich. Das Leben selbst sei unser Lehrmeister.


(In Die Andere Welt, June 1966, heft 6).
1 4 5 2 * . SCHMIDT, Erich. Religise Revolution: Eine Betrachtung ber
Krishnamurti.
(In Form und Geist, November 1966, heft 294).
1 4 5 3 * . SCHMIDT-BEIL, Ada. Krishnamurtis Stellung im modern
wissenschaftlichen Weltbild.
(In Der Stern, no. 4, April 1932, p. 19-29, no. 5, May-June 1932, p. 11-28,
no. 6, July-August 1932, p. 27-40).
1 4 5 4 . SCHWANKOVSKY, Frederick J. de St V. The new art and the
Star.
(In The Star, vol. 1, no. 9, September 1928, p. 31-33).
1 4 5 5 . SEDGWICK, Peter. Youth and Starlight: a message to the young
members of the Order.
(In The Star Review, vol. 1, October 1928, p. 375-376).
1 4 5 6 . SHAW, George Bernard. Ban on broadcasting: Mr. Bernard
Shaws view: an ignorant mistake.
(In The New Zealand Herald, March 28, 1934).
Shaw criticised the refusal to allow Krishnamurti to broadcast in New
Zealand: He is a religious teacher of the greatest distinction, who is listened
to with profit and assent by members of all Churches and sects, and the
prohibition is an ignorant mistake. The authorities are evidently ignorant of
his standing and his admirably catholic doctrine, and class him just as an
Indian heathen. When he becomes known in New Zealand, they will be sorry
for it - G.B. Shaw.

1457. SILVA, P.G. de. His role.


(In The Ceylon Daily News, January 18, 1957).
1 4 5 8 * . SIMONI, Henri. Mme Annie Besant parlera aujourdhui Paris
du Grand Instructeur Krishnamurti.
(In LOeuvre, July 1, 1926, p. 1).
1 4 5 9 * . SIMONI, Henri. Krishnamurti: le Grand Instructeur du Monde
donne sa formule du bonheur.
(In LOeuvre, June 24, 1928, p. 1-2).
1 4 6 0 * . SIMONI, Henri. Krishnaji Paris.
(In Bulletin International de lEtoile, no. 8, July 1928, p. 227-230).
1 4 6 1 . SMEDT, Marc de. Krishnamurti parce que.
(In Planete Plus, no. 19, December 1970, p. 9-10).

1462. SOLNESS, T.T. Letter from India.


(In Voyage, vol. 2, no. 4, August 1949, p. 3-5, vol. 3, no. 1, July 1950, p.
10- 12).
Impressions of Krishnamurtis visit to India in 1948.

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1 4 6 3 . SOOTY BANDA. Think it over.


(In The Ceylon Observer, January 20, 1957).
1 4 6 4 . SPEIGHT, Irene. Life is the teacher.
(In Voyage, vol. 2, no. 4, August 1949, p. 8-9).
1 4 6 5 . A Star meeting called at Ojai on January 11th, 1927.
(In The Herald of the Star, vol. 16. no. 4, April 1, 1927, p. 131-133).
The speeches of Lady Emily Lutyens and Annie Besant at this meeting of
the Order of the Star are reported. Lady Lutyens said that the Order was
founded with three definite objects: to proclaim to the world the coming of a
great spiritual Teacher, to serve Him when he comes and to carry on His
work when He has gone. When members appealed to Krishnaji to allow them
to have a ritual in the Order he never gave that permission. Krishnaji never
uses the jargon of any religion, society or sect. His similes are drawn from
nature. Mrs Besant surveyed the spiritual evolution of Krishnaji.
1 4 6 6 . SUARES, Carlo. The storm.
(In International Star Bulletin, no. 3. October 1929, p. 24).
Krishnamurti is compared to a terrible storm: the question is whether to
remain afraid or to ride the storm and be of the elements set free by destroy
ing all unessential things.
1 4 6 7 * . SUARES, Carlo. La tempte.
(In Bulletin International de lEtoile, no. 2, November 1929, p. 96-97).
1 4 6 8 * . SUARES, Carlo. Il y a.
(In La Tour de Feu, no. 36-37, Spring 1952, p. 32-35).
1 4 6 9 * . SUARES, Carlo. Krishnamurti et lunit humaine.
(In La Voix des Potes, no. 9, July-August-September 1961, p. 94-95).
1 4 7 0 * . SUARES, Carlo. De cration en art: discours un homme seul.
(In La Voix des Potes, no. 10, October-November-December 1961, p. 3336).
1 4 7 1 . SUNETRA. Listen.
(In The Ceylon Observer, January 20, 1957).
1 4 7 2 . SUNETRA. Babel is in us.
(In The Observer (Ceylon), January 27, 1957).
1 4 7 3 * . T. Contradictions.
(In Bulletin Thosophique, no. 8, August-September-October 1927, p. 148149).
An article on the differences between Krishnamurti and Mrs Besant that
were revealed in their speeches at the Ommen Camp of 1927.
1 4 7 4 * . T. A propos de larticle de Van der Leeuw.
(In Bulletin Thosophique, no. 7, July 1930).

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1 4 7 5 * . TA1LLARD, Magdeleine. Causerie de Magdeleine Taillard le 30


Dcembre 1928 Toulon.
(In Bulletin International de lEtoile, no. 14, March 1929, p. 120-127).
1 4 7 6 . TETTEMER, John. Ommen, 1928.
(In The Star Review, vol. 1, September 1928, p. 331-333).
1 4 7 7 . The Theosophical Society in India.
(In The Times, May 8, 1913, p. 7).
A report of the suit in the Madras High Court by Krishnamurtis father
against Mrs Besant for the custody of his two sons who were then studying in
England, together with Mr Justice Bakewells judgment in favour of the
plaintiff. The Times commented on this judgment in a leader entitled
Theosophy in India p. 9.
1 4 7 8 * . THORIN, Paul. Lavenir de la Socit Thosophique et le
Congrs de Genve.
(In Bulletin Thosophique, no. 1, January 1931, p. 23-32).

1479*. THORIN, Paul. Lettre M. Blech . . . (rponse M. Bory).


(In Bulletin Thosophique, no. 3, March 1931, p. 88-89).
1 4 8 0 * . TOURRET, Fernand. Fonction de lannonciateur.
(In La Tour de Feu, no. 36-37, Spring 1952, p. 67-70).
1 4 8 1 * . TREMEL, Jeanne. Krishnaji et lhistoire.
(In Bulletin International de lEtoile, no. 6, May 1928, p. 154-156).
1 4 8 2 * . TRIPET, G. Thosophie et Socit Thosophique.
(In Revue Thosophique Le Lotus Bleu, no. 9-10, September-October
1951, p. 281-302).
1 4 8 3 * . TRISTAN, Frederick. Miller ou la passion de lesprit.
(In La Tour de Feu, no. 47, Autumn 1955, p. 98-101).
1 4 8 4 . TUTTLE, Addie M. A Christmas thought.
(In The Herald of the Star, vol. 3, no. 12, December 11, 1914, p. 669).
1 4 8 5 . TUTTLE, Marjorie. On whom the Star shines in America.
(In The Herald of the Star, vol. 3, no. 5, May 11, 1914, p. 289-291).
A message from the head of the Order of the Star in the East to the
American members of the Order is quoted.
1 4 8 6 . TYLER, Richard G. An adventure in understanding.
(In The Star, vol. 1, no. 3, March 1928, p. 29-31).

1487. V.C.P. A letter from India: news of Krishnajis activities.


(In International Star Bulletin, no. 11, December 1928, p. 19-21).

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1 4 8 8 * . V.P. Les groupes de prparation individuelle. Confrence faite


lOrdre de lEtoile dOrient le 11 Janvier 1924 Paris.
(In Bulletin de lOrdre de lEtoile dOrient, no. 2, April 1924, p. 13-22).
1 4 8 9 * . VALENTIN, Marcelle. De la Seine la lumire.
(In Couleurs, no. 40, 1961, p. 10, 11).
This article was written on the occasion of an exhibition of paintings in
Paris by the author. The paintings were inspired by Valry and Krishnamurti.
1 4 9 0 . VARMA, R.P. The philosophy of J. Krishnamurti.
(In Political Science Review, vol. 3, October 1964, p. 107-112).
1 4 9 1 . VARMA, R.P. J. Krishnamurtis concept of choiceless awareness.
(In Darshana International, April 5, 1965, p. 66-71).
1 4 9 2 . VAS, Luis S.R. Path to inner peace.
(In Sunday Standard, April 30, 1967).

1493. VENKATACHALAM, G. Profiles: Jiddu Krishnamurti.


(In Nalanda, 1949, p. 38-53).
Vie dAnnie Besant.
(In Bulletin Thosophique, no. 9, November 1933, p. 195-204). An
obituary.
1494*.

1 4 9 5 * . VIEUX THEOSOPHE, pseudonym. Alcyone Aux pieds du


Matre.
(In Le Thosophe, no. 34, May 1, 1911, p. 2).
1 4 9 6 . VILLARD, Henri. Les runions de Saanen.
(In Plante Plus, no. 19, December 1970, p. 37-38).
1 4 9 7 . VITELLESCHI, Carla. Past and present (dedicated to Krishnam
urti, the World-Teacher).
(In The Star Review, vol. 1, no. 2, February 1928, p. 61-67).
1 4 9 8 . VOLKMAN, Herv. La notion du temps chez Krishnamurti.
(In Plante Plus, no. 19, December 1970, p. 95-105).
1 4 9 9 . VOLZ, Fred. Rare conversation with Krishnamurti about the Ojai
Valley.
(In Ojai Valley News, April 12, 1972).
Krishnamurti spoke about the extraordinary charm of the Ojai Valley, a
place he has long been associated with since his first visit there, with his
brother, in 1922. Without spoiling and destroying this valley it was necessary
to maintain its atmosphere, quietness, beauty and sense of otherness. He
asked: Can people treat this valley as a sacred place . . . not as a commercial
center?

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1500.
WARRINGTON, A.P. [Talks at the International Ojai Star Camp
Congress, Ojai, California, May 21 to 28, 1928].
(In The Star, vol. 1, no. 7, July 1928, p. 23, 40-43).
1 5 0 1 * . WARRINGTON, A.P. Convention dAdyar. Allocution du VicePrsident.
(In Bulletin Thosophique, no. 4, April 1933, p. 73-91).
1 5 0 2 . WATTS, Alan W. Krishnamurti: the Messiah who became a sage.
(In Tomorrow, vol. 1, no. 4, November 18, 1939, p. 79-80).

1503. WEDGWOOD, J.I. The meaning and reality of the spiritual life.
(In The Herald of the Star, vol. 15, no. 11, November 1, 1926, p. 470-479).
1 5 0 4 . Weekend in Libbey - two talks by Krishnamurti.
(In Ojai Valley News, April 5, 1972).
1 5 0 5 . WEERAPERUMA, Susunaga. Krishnamurti: a sage who speaks
from direct experience.
(In The Ceylon Daily News, December 31, 1956).
1 5 0 6 . WEERAPERUMA, Susunaga. Krishnamurti - spiritual genius.
(In The Ceylon Observer, December 31, 1956).

1507*. WELTHEIM, Jrme de. Un surviveur: Krishnamurti.


(In La Tour de Feu, no. 27, Summer 1948, p. 100-102).
1508*. WELTHEIM, Jrme de. Un nouvel accs la vie.
(In La Tour de Feu, no. 28, Winter 1948-1949, p. 80-82).
1509* WELTHEIM, Jrme de. Pour en finir avec lApocalypse.
(In La Tour de Feu, no. 28, Winter 1948-49, p. 25-29).
1 5 1 0 * . WELTHEIM, Jrme de. Lettre aux astrologues.
(In La Tour de Feu, no. 31, Autumn 1949, p. 8-12).
1 5 1 1 * . WELTHEIM, Jrme de. Ne repoussez pas la psychanalyse.
(In La Tour de Feu, no. 32-33, Spring-Summer, 1950 p. 84-85).
1 5 1 2 * . WELTHEIM, Jrme de. Pques 1950 avec Krishnamurti.
(In La Tour de Feu, no. 32-33, Spring- Summer 1950, p. 94).

1513*. WELTHEIM, Jrme de. Avons-nous besoin de Krishnamurti?


(In La Tour de Feu, no. 35, Spring-Summer 1951, p. 54-56).
1514*. WELTHEIM, Jrme de. Lawrence, Krishnamurti, Davis.
(In La Tour de Feu, no. 36-37, Spring 1952, p. 120-127).
1515. Whats J.K?
(In The Sunday Times of Ceylon, January 20, 1957).

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1516. WILKINSON, J.R. I try to be aware.


(In Voyage, vol. 2, no. 3, August 1948, p. 3-7).
1517. WILKINSON, J.R. Awareness again.
(In Voyage, vol. 3, no. 2, October 1950, p. 11-15).
1518. WILLIAMS, Herbrand. Krishnamurti in central Europe.
(In Star Bulletin, no. 2, February 1931, p. 32-33).
1519. WODEHOUS, E.A. The new Krishnaji: a note.
(In The Star Review, vol. 1, no. 4, April 1928, p. 128-134).
1520. WODEHOUSE, E.A. The new Krishnamurti: a note.
(In The Star, vol. 1, no. 4, April 1928, p. 7-12).
1521. WODEHOUSE, E.A. The right to interpret.
(In The Star, vol. 1, no. 10, October 1928, p. 26-30).
(In The Star Review, vol. 1, October 1928, p. 354-358).
A criticism of Bishop Arundales views on interpretation.
1522. WODEHOUSE, E.A. Authority and the empirical method.
(In The Star, vol. 1, no. 11, November 1928, p. 11-15).
(In The Star Review, vol. 1, no. 11, November 1928, p. 398-403).
1523. WODEHOUSE, E.A. A conversation with Krishnamurti.
(In International Star Bulletin, no. 3, March 1930, p. 19-26).
(In Chetana, vol. 10, no. 2, February 1965, p. 25-30, 36).
1524. WODEHOUSE, E.A. Experience.
(In International Star Bulletin, no. 8, August 1930, p. 32-38).
1525. WODEHOUSE, E.A. Life and the ego: notes of talks with
Krishnamurti.
(In Star Bulletin, no. 2, February 1931, p. 16-25).
Ehrwald, Austria, September 3 to 20, 1930.
1526. WODEHOUSE, E.A. Man, nature, reality, in the teachings of
Krishnamurti.
(In Star Bulletin, no. 3, March 1931, p. 20-33, no. 4, April 1931, p. 15-29,
no. 7, July 1931, p. 19-33).
1527. WOOD, Ernest. Growth from within.
(In The Herald of the Star, vol. 12, no. 11, November 1, 1923, p. 446-447).
1528*. WOOD, Ernest. A propos de larticle de Van der Leeuw.
(In Bulletin Thosophique, no. 7, July 1930).
1529*. WOOD, Ernest. Si jtais Prsident.
(In Bulletin Thosophique, no. 2, February 1934, p. 52-57).

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1530*. WOODHOUSE, Cyril. A propos de larticle de VanderLeeuw. La


crise de la S.T. et son remde.
(In Bulletin Thosophique, no. 6, June 1930).
1531. ZALK, Louis. Ojai Star Camp, 1929.
(In International Star Bulletin, no. 1, January 1929, p. 30).
1532. ZALK, Louis. The Ojai Camp of 1930.
(In International Star Bulletin, no. 4, November 1929, p. 32).

POEMS
(1533-1559)
1533. ARUNDALE, George S. 1 sit at your feet, Krishna . . . .
(In The Star Review, vol. 1, no. 6, June 1928, p. 212).
1534. BAILEY, Katherine Price. The gift.
(In The Star, vol. 1, no. 10, October 1928, p. 40).
1535*. BOUJUT, Pierre. 7 pomes.
(In La Tour de Feu, no. 36-37, Spring 1952, p. 9-12).
1536*. BOURGUIGNON, Fred. Je suis n voleur.
(In La Tour de Feu, no. 36-37, Spring 1952, p. 40).
1537. BOWEN, Seranus Henry. To a picture of Krishnaji.
(In The Star, vol. 1, no. 2, February 1928, p. 21).
1538*. BRYEN, Camille. Pense sans homme.
(In La Tour de Feu, no. 36-37, Spring 1952, p. 54).
1539. C.v.U. Until the dawn (to Krishnaji).
(In The Star, vol. 1, no. 10, October 1928, p. 45).
1540*. CHABERT, Pierre. Il suffit.
(In La Tour de Feu, no. 36-37, Spring 1952, p. 35).
1541. DASHIELL, Nellie E. The Ojai Camp.
(In The Star, vol. 1, no. 8, August 1928, p. 50).
1542. DUNROBIN, Lionel. Krishnaji.
(In The Star, vol. 1, no. 5, May 1928, p. 46).
1543. F.F. The master musician: to Krishnaji.
(In The Star, vol. 1, no. 8, August 1928, p. 34).
1544. FOX, Elsie Hiland. Impressions (Hollywood Bowl, May 15th,
1928).
(In The Star, vol. 1, no. 8, August 1928, p. 62).
1545*. GALTIER, Charles. Ahou!
(In La Tour de Feu, no. 36-37, Spring 1952, p. 28-31).
A poem in Provenal together with the poets own translation of it in
French.
1546. IRWIN, Beatrice. Krishnamurti in Camp.
(In The Star, vol. 1, no. 8, August 1928, p. 29).

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WORKS ABOUT KR1SHNAMURT1

1547. JONES, Eva. The word.


(In Krishnamurti Foundation Bulletin, no. 6, Spring 1970, p. 8).
1548*. KLEIN, Franoise. Sur une route.
(In La Tour de Feu, no. 36-37, Spring 1952, p. 42).
1549*. KLEIN, Franoise. Tu es.
(In La Tour de Feu, no. 36-37, Spring 1952, p. 66).
1550. LELAND, Elsa Tudor. To Krishnaji.
(In The Star, vol. 1, no. 4, April 1928, p. 44).
1551. M.E.R. The liberator.
(In International Star Bulletin, no. 1, November 1927, p. 16).
1552*. MIATLEV, Adrian. Un nouvel accs de vie.
(In La Tour de Feu, no. 36-37, Spring 1952, p. 49-54).
Two poems on Krishnamurti supplement this article.
1553*. MIATLEV, Adrian. Rponse Krishnamurti.
(In La Tour de Feu, no. 36-37, Spring 1952, p. 95-98, no. 93, March 1967,
p. 160-161).
1554*. MIATLEV, Adrian. Il est une fois.
(In La Tour de Feu, no. 107, September 1970, p. 11). A sonnet.
1555. NELLIS, Herbert F. The voice unveiled.
(In The Star, vol. I, no. 11, November 1928, p. 48-50).
1556*. NIEL, Andr. Krishnamurti.
(In Synthses, no. 119-120, April-May 1956, p. 58). Text in French.
1557. ROCKE, Mary E. I am what you are.
(In The Herald of the Star, voi. 16, no. 12, December 1, 1927, p. 469).
1558. SCHOFIELD, Rose Holway. Krishnaji.
(In The Star, vol. 1, no. 8, August 1928, p. 24).
1559. WODEHOUSE, E.A. One week.
(In The Star, vol. 1, no. 3, March 1928, p. 11-12).
(In The Star Review, vol. 1, no. 3, March 1928, p. 88-89).
This poem was written on the occasion of leaving Adyar on November 8,
1927.

APPENDIX
(Films, Gramophone Records, Periodicals)
FILMS
Krishnamurti a dialogue with Huston Smith.
This 16 mm Eastmancolor film of a discussion with Huston Smith (Profes
sor of Philosophy, Massachusetts Institute of Technology) was made in 1968
for the Blaisdell Institute by the students of Claremont College School of
Theology.
(63 minutes)
Krishnamurti at Claremont
A 16 mm colour film that was televised by NBC at Claremont College,
California in November 1968.
(30 minutes)
Interview with Krishnamurti
A 16 mm film made by the Australian Broadcasting Commission on
November 26, 1970.
(28 minutes)
Doubts and certainties Krishnamurti
A 16 mm B.B.C. colour film of an interview with Krishnamurti by Mr
Oliver Hunkin, filmed at Brockwood Park and televised during December
1970.
(30 minutes)
Can you live this way?
A 16 mm colour film in which Krishnamurti talks to the students at
Brockwood Park in 1971.
(45 minutes)
Real revolution series
The following 8 films of talks by Krishnamurti were produced by the
National Educational Television (NET):
1.
2.
3.
4.

Where are we going?


Observing ourselves
Freedom from fear
Meditation

5.
6.
7.
8.

What is love?
Questioning
Living and death
The end of conflict
(30 minutes each film)

147

148

APPENDIX

GRAMOPHONE RECORDS
A short talk on the ending of sorrow
33'/ 3 r.p.m. micro-groove high-fidelity recording, together with a supple
mentary and printed transcript of this talk which is entitled The ending of
sorrow, [1966].
(K.W.I. records)
An open-air public discourse on the religious mind
3 3 '/3 r.p.m. recording of a talk in India, January 1965.
(K.W.I. records LP-A)
An informal talk on space, time, experience
33'/3 r.p.m. recording of a talk in London, May 1965.
(K.W.I. records LP-B)
An informal talk on love, death & creation
3373 r.p.m. recording of a talk in Paris, May 1965.
(K.W.I. records LP-C)
A discourse on meditation
3373 r.p.m. recording of a talk.
(K.W.I.records LP-D)
An open-air public discourse on action without conflict
3373 r.p.m. recording of a talk in India, March 1966.
(K.W.I. records LP-E)
A discourse on unconditioning and simplicity
3373 recording of a talk in India.
(K.W.I. records LP-F)
True revolution
3373 r.p.m. recording of a talk at Berkeley, California, February 6, 1969.
(A Pacifica Archive record)
This light in oneself
3373 r.p.m. recording of a talk at the Congress Centrum, Amsterdam,
May 19, 1968.
(K.F. records LP 1)

APPENDIX

149

Thought breeds fear


331/ 3 r.p.m. recording of a talk at the Wimbledon Town Hall, London,
March 16, 1969.
(K.F. records LP 2)
Mjnd in meditation
331/ 3 r.p.m. recording of a talk in Bangalore, January 31, 1971.
(K.F. records LP 3)
PERIODICALS
Articles relating to Krishnamurti have frequently appeared in the follow
ing periodicals:
Ananda (magazine of the International Self-Preparation Group).
May 1927 Bulletin de lEtoile, 1931-1933
Bulletin de lOrdre de lEtoile dOrient, 1921-1926
Bulletin International de lEtoile, 1927-1930
Bulletin Thosophique, 1922-1940
Cahier de lEtoile, 1928-1930
Carta de Noticias (Instituiao Cultural Krishnamurti)
Chetana
Contact (special issue January 1961)
Etre Libre
The Herald of the Star, January 11, 1912 - December 1927
The official organ of the Order of the Star for 16 years ( a quarterly until
January 1914 when it became a monthly). It was succeeded by the Star
and the International Star Bulletin.
International Star Bulletin, December 1927-December 1930
It succeeded the Herald o f the Star and was intended to contain news
about the work of theOrderof theStar.lt was followed by the Star Bulletin.
Krishnamurti Foundation Bulletin, no. 1, Autumn 1968Krishnamurti Foundation India Bulletin, no. 1 + 2, 1970Plante
Plante Plus (special issue no. 19, December 1970)
Revue Thosophique Le Lotus Bleu, 1926Le Signe de lHomme
Spiritualit
The Star, 1928-1929. It succeeded the Herald o f the Star and was designed to
meet the eye of the public.
Star Bulletin, January 1931- 1933. It succeeded the International Star
Bulletin

150

APPENDIX

The Star Review, 1928-1929


Synthses, 1951La Tour de Feu, 1948- (special issue, no. 36-37, Spring 1952)
Voyage, April, 1946-

TITLE INDEX TO WORKS BY KRISHNAMURTI


A c t io n (1 9 4 9 ),
1 8 7 ,4 6 9
A c t io n ( 1 9 7 0 ), 4 8 6
A c t io n a n d r e la tio n s h ip 4 1 , 187
A d y a r: a g r e a t sp ir itu a l c e n tr e 7
A d y a r , th e h o m e o f th e T h e o s o p h ic a l
S o c ie t y
3
A h , c o m e sit b e sid e m e b y th e se a , o p e n
a n d free . . .
330
A p h o r is m s 59
A p p e a l to m e m b e r s o f th e O r d e r 3 9 5
A r tific ia l a n d r ea l f lo w e r 4 7 0
A s o u t o f th e d e e p w o m b o f a m o u n
ta in . . .
309
As
th e
p o tte r s v e s s e ls b re a k to
p ie c e s . . .
326
A t th e fe e t o f th e m a ste r
1, 2
A t ta in m e n t o f tr u th 4 4 5
A w a it m e , O fr ie n d . . .
322
Be happy!
386
B e sile n t y e t u n d e r s ta n d in g 4 0 3
B e g g a r a t th e sh r in e 2 8 2
B e lo v e d in a ll 2 9 6
B e y o n d v io le n c e 6 2 (A )
B u ild o n u n d e r s ta n d in g 4 3 3
B y w h a t a u th o r ity ? 2 2 , 28
C a u se o f so r r o w
451
C e s s a tio n o f fe a r 4 5 8
C h a n g e s in th e O r d e r o f th e S ta r 4 4 6
C itiz e n a s a d iv in e a g e n t
10
C l s d e n o tr e te m p s 4 7 3
C o lle c tiv e m e d ita tio n 4 3 7
C om e aw ay 28, 275, 276
C o m in g d a w n 4 3 6
C o m m e n ta r ie s o n liv in g 4 4 , 4 5 , 4 6 ,4 7 ,
352, 353, 354, 355, 356
C o n s e ils d e b o n h e u r 3 9 4
C o n v e r s a tio n s 54
C u ltiv a t io n o f s e n s itiv ity

354

D e p e n d in g o n a u th o r itie s 4 2 7
D e s ir e is life , a n d th e fr e e d o m o f
life . . .
320
D e s ir e
is
life .
The
fu lfilm e n t o f
life . . .
308
D is c ip le s h ip
384
D is c r im in a t io n 4 4 2
D is s o lu tio n
o f th e O r d e r o f th e
S ta r 3 0 , 3 1 , 128
D o e s th e r a in d r o p h o ld in its f u ll
n e ss . . .
312

D o o r o f lib e r a tio n 3 9 7
D o o r o f th e e te r n a l 4 4 3
D o u b t is a p r e c io u s o i n t m e n t . . .
31 5
D r e a m c o m e s th r o u g h a m u ltitu d e o f
d e sir e s . . .
304
E a r ly w r itin g s
14, 15, 16, 17, 18
E d ito r ia l n o te s (a r tic le ) 3 88
E d ito r ia l n o te s ( b o o k ) 4
E d u c a tio n a n d in te g r a tio n 3 5 2
E d u c a tio n a n d th e sig n ific a n c e o f life
347
E d u c a tio n a s se r v ic e 3 40
E ig h t c o n v e r s a tio n s 50
E n d in g o f s o r r o w
48, 475
E n q u te su r lin q u i tu d e c o n t e m p o
r a in e 461
E s se n c e o f c o - o p e r a t io n
488
E s ta b lis h y o u r p u r p o s e 4 1 0
E x p e r ie n c e a n d c o n d u c t 32
E x p lo it a tio n o f r a c e s 3 77
F in d th y s o u l, O fr ie n d
2 85
F ir st a n d la st fr e e d o m
42, 43
F irst ste p is th e la st ste p 4 9 0
F iv e c o n v e r s a tio n s 4 9
F la m e 4 3 4
F lig h t o f th e e a g le 51
F o r th e y o u n g
363
F r e e d o m fr o m th e k n o w n
52
F r e e d o m is o r d e r 4 9 3
F r o m th e n o t e b o o k o f K r ish n a m u r ti
(1 9 6 8 ) 4 7 9
F r o m th e n o t e b o o k o f K r ish n a m u r ti
(1 9 6 9 ) 481
G ard en 484
G a r d e n o f m y h e a r t 2 8 , 2 7 5 , 2 77
G edanken zum L eben 47
G o a ls 4 2 8
H a p p in e s s a n d lib e r a tio n 4 1 5
H a r m o n io u s liv in g 4 53
H a r m o n iz in g o f th e b o d ie s 421
H a r v e s t-tid e o f life 4 3 0
H o m m e e t le s p r o b l m e s d e la v ie 35
H o w t o w id e n o u r id e a o f th e w o r k o f
th e S ta r 391
H ym n
8 , 2 69
I a m a ll 2 9 7
I a m w ith th e e

281

152

TITLE INDEX TO WORKS BY KRISHNAMURTI

I c a n n o t te a c h y o u t o p ra y 298
I h a v e liv e d m a n y liv e s o n e a r th 4 6 7
I h a v e liv e d th e g o o d a n d e v il o f
m en . . . 336
I have no n a m e . . .
310
I lo o k to n o n e b e s id e th e e 283
I te ll th e e . . . 3 3 3
I w a lk e d o n a p a th th r o u g h th e
j u n g le . . .
335
I w ill e s ta b lis h p e a c e w h e r e v e r I g o
413
I m m o r ta l fr ie n d
300
I m p o s s ib le q u e s t io n
55
In
m y g a r d e n th e r e is life a n d
d e a th . . .
305
In s o litu d e g a th e r str e n g th 4 0 8
In th e c h o ic e s t o f v a lle y s . . .
318
In th e c o r r u p tio n o f th e k n o w n . . .
316
In th e S ta r lig h t (a d d r e ss o f w e l
c o m e ) 368
In th e S ta r lig h t: le tte r fr o m th e h e a d to
In d ia n m e m b e r s . . . 3 7 0
In th e stilln e ss o f a n e v e n in g . . .
321
I n te llig e n c e a n d in sta n t a c tio n 4 9 4
In te llig e n t r e v o lt 398
In te r n a tio n a l p r e p a r a tio n
375
I n te r n a tio n a l S e lf-P r e p a r a tio n G r o u p

11
I n te r n a tio n a l S ta r B u lle tin 4 1 2
In te r v ie w w ith K r ish n a ji - o n cu rren t
p r o b le m s 341
I n to th e lig h t 411
I n tr o d u c tio n ( t o G .S . A r u n d a le s a r
tic le ) 3 6 9
I n tr o d u c tio n t o th e ta lk s o f J . K rish n a m u r ti 38
I n tu itio n a n d in d iv id u a lity 4 6 6
I n v e s tig a tio n in to c o n s c io u s n e s s 471
J. K rish n a m u rti: a n in tr o d u c tio n to his
ta lk s 36
K in g d o m o f h a p p in e s s
19
K n o w y o u r s e lf 3 8 2
K n o w le d g e a n d in te llig e n c e 3 6 6
K rish n a ji a n d S ta r la n d s 4 0 5
K r ish n a m u r ti a t B r o c k w o o d P a r k 361
L ake 477
L a w a n d sp ir itu a lity 4 4 8
L e t u n d e r s ta n d in g b e th e la w
25
L ib e r a tio n : th e fin a l g o a l 3 9 9
L ife a h e a d
357

L ife in f r e e d o m
26
L ife th e g o a l 27
L ife s p r o b le m s (q u e s t io n s a n d a n s
w e r s) 4 55
L ife s p r o b le m s: s o m e q u e s tio n s a n d
a n sw e r s 4 6 4
L iste n ! . . .
324
L iv e in th e e te r n a l 4 5 4 .
L iv in g a n d d y in g 4 85
L o v e n o t th e s h a p e ly b r a n c h . . .
L o v e , s e x , a n d th e r e lig io u s life

331
480

M ad u ra
2 88
M a k e o f th y d e sir e th e d e sir e o f th e
w o r ld . . .
31 7
M a n a n d th e m o o n 4 2 0
M a s te r sin g e r o f life 2 5 , 301
M e a n in g o f life 385
M e d ita tio n a n d c o n t e m p la t io n 4 0 0
M e d ita tio n s : b e in g s e le c tio n s fr o m A t
th e fe e t o f th e M a s te r
2
M e d ita tio n s (1 9 6 9 ) 53
M e e tin g o f E a s t a n d W e s t 21
M essa g e 478
M e s s a g e to I n d ia 4 1 9
M o n t h o f o ffe r in g , M a y 1928 4 1 8
M o u n ta in c o m e s d o w n to th e d a n c in g
w a ters. . .
334
M o u n ta in t o p 401
M o u n ta in s lo o k o n th e t o w n . . .
291
M o u n ta in s w ere f u ll o f s o l i t u d e . . .
487
M y b e lo v e d a n d 1 are o n e 271
M y h e a r t d a n c e s w ith th y lo v e 2 8 4
M y h e a r t is h e a v y w ith th y lo v e 28 9
N a t io n a l p r e p a r a tio n
3 78
N e c e s s it y fo r c h a n g e 4 1 4
N e ith e r tim e . . .
450
N e w a p p r o a c h to life . . .
40
N it y a
2 72
N o b le life 4 5 7
N o is y ch ild a n d th e sile n t m in d
N ow
29
O fr ie n d . . .
3 25
O , lo v e life . . .
3 06
O h , fr ie n d . . .
3 23
O h , r e j o ic e ! . . .
3 13
O n le a r n in g 351
O n m e d ita tio n 4 8 3
O n v io le n c e a n d c o m m itm e n t
O nce u pon a t im e . . .
290
O n ly r e v o lu tio n
56
O r ig in o f th o u g h t 4 9 9

35 5

489

153

TITLE INDEX TO WORKS BY KR1SHNAMURT1


P a th
8, 373
P a th le s s r e a lity 33
P ea ce and w ar 392
P e n g u in K r ish n a m u r ti r e a d e r 5 7 , 3 6 3
P la c e n o t th y lo v e in th e sc e n t o f a d e c a y
in g v io le t . . . 3 1 9
P la c e o f th e y o u n g in th e n e w er a
P o o l o f w is d o m
P o tte r 293
P r fa c e 4 6 0

376

2 0 , 28

P r e p a r a tio n a n d th e W o r ld T e a c h e r
389
P r o b le m a n d its r e s o lu tio n 4 7 4
P r o b l m e s d u m o n d e e t lin d iv id u 4 6 8
P r o b le m s o f y o u th 4 7 6
P rop agan d a 435
P r o p o s t a d iv e r s a d a llI n d ia 4 9 2
P u r p o s e o f e d u c a tio n
342
P u r p o s e o f th e C a m p 4 4 4
P u r p o s e o f th e O r d e r o f th e S ta r 4 2 6
R e la t io n s h ip
187
R e le a s e o f life 4 6 2
R e n u n c ia tio n a n d c o m p r o m is e
R ig h t b a sis o f life 4 4 0
R iv e r (1 9 2 8 ), 4 1 7
R iv e r ( 1 9 7 1 ), 4 9 5
R iv e r o f life 441

449

S a y in g s o f K r ish n a m u r ti 4 6 3
Search
280
S e a r c h o f th e b e lo v e d
295
S e e k p e a c e a n d e s ta b lis h it 4 0 9
S e le c t io n s fr o m K r is h n a j i. . .
367
S e lf -d e n ia l 3 9 3
S e lf -k n o w le d g e 43
S e lf-p r e p a r a tio n (a sp e e c h in 1 9 2 3 ), 6,
372
S e lf-p r e p a r a tio n (a sp e e c h in 1 9 2 4 ),
379
S e lf-p r e p a r a tio n (1 9 2 6 ), 3 9 0
S e lf-p r e p a r a tio n (m e s s a g e s to th e In ter
n a tio n a l S e lf-P r e p a r a tio n G r o u p ), 13
S ile n c e a n d e n e r g y 4 7 2
S im p le u n io n 2 8 , 2 7 5 , 2 7 8 , 2 7 9
S le e p 491
S o m e b u s in e s s d is c u s s e d 3 8 0
S o n g o f life 3 3 9
S p a r k a n d th e fla m e 4 2 9
S p ir itu a l r e a lis a tio n
459
S ta r C o u n c il. W e lc o m e b y K rish n a ji
( J u ly 2 9 th , 1 9 2 7 ) 4 0 4
S ta t e m e n t b y K r ish n a m u r ti 3 6 5
S tr a n g e r s 2 9 4

T e ll m e , w h ic h is th e real? 2 86
T e m p le ta lk s
12
T e th e r e d m in d 4 9 8
T h e o s o p h y a n d in te r n a tio n a lis m
5
T h e r e is a little to w n . . .
311
T h e r e is a m o u n t a i n . . .
3 0 2 , 3 03
T h e r e is o r d e r in th e fr e e d o m o f
life . . .
3 27
T here w as, o n ce on a t im e . . .
314
T h in k o n th e se th in g s 3 58
T h is m a tte r o f c u ltu r e 3 5 9
T h o u c a n st n o t b in d tr u th 2 99
T h o u g h ts o n life [fr o m K r ish n a m u r tis
n o te b o o k ] 4 6 5
T h o u s a n d e y e s w ith th o u s a n d v ie w s . . .
328
T h r o u g h th e v e il o f fo r m . . .
3 29
T im e 4 3 2
T o a m a n o f tru e p u r p o s e . . .
332
T o m e e t a g a in 4 0 7
T o m e m b e r s o f th e O r d e r o f th e S ta r in
th e E a st 371
T o w a r d s d is c ip le s h ip 9
T oys 273, 274
T r a d itio n a n d r e v o lu tio n
58
T r a d itio n w h ic h h a s lo s t its s o u l 37
T rue en em y o f freed o m
452
T r u th in lim ita tio n 4 4 7
T r u th is n e ith e r e v il n o r g o o d . . .
3 07
T r u th o r lo y a lty 4 2 5
T r u th th a t is lib e r a tio n a n d h a p p i
n e ss . . .
422
U n b u r d e n e d m in d 4 8 2
U n d e r s ta n d in g 431
U n iv e r s a l g o a l 4 0 2
U r g e n c y o f c h a n g e 60
V a lu e o f in d iv id u a lity

438

V a n ity o f th e 1 str u c tu r e
V is io n o f life 3 4 , 4 3 9

500

W a lk
270
W a lk b y th e lig h t o f m y lo v e . . .
287
W a r a b o lis h e d : o n e w a y t o p e r m a n e n t
p e a c e 39
W a y o f liv in g 4 0
W a y o f m e d ita tio n 4 9 6
W ay o f p eace 40
W a y w ith in 4 2 3
W e a re a ll e x p e c t in g H im . . .
387
W e h a v e s e e n th e S ta r a n d w e k n o w
374
W h a t is r e la tio n sh ip ? 4 9 7

154

TITLE INDEX TO WORKS BY KRISHNAMURTI

W h a t is th e r e lig io u s m in d ? 61
W h a t is th e tru e fu n c tio n
of a
tea c h e r ? 353
W h o b r in g s th e tru th ? 2 3 , 2 8 , 4 1 6
W ho
can
sa y
i f th y
heart
be
c le a n ? . , . 3 3 7
W h o s h a ll g iv e th e e c o m fo r t? 2 9 2
W h y d o y o u serv e? 4 0 6
W is d o m o f e x p e r ie n c e 4 5 6

W ith o u t g o o d n e s s a n d lo v e , o n e is n o t
e d u c a te d
3 56
W o r ld m o a n s a n d la n g u is h e s . . .
338
W o r ld p e a c e 2 1 , 2 4 , 39 6
W o r ld -T e a c h e r a n d th e O r d e r o f th e
S ta r 4 2 4
Y o u a re th e w o r ld
62
Y o u n g T h e o s o p h is t 381

AUTHOR INDEX
A .C .
826
A .E .L . 8 2 7
A .N .
501
A . O . 828
A chard, Y von
502, 503, 829, 830
A g a s h e , S .V . 831
A la in
832
M o n t, pseudonym . See P a n t , S .R .
A n d r e a e -R a th e n a u , E d ith
833, 834
A n g k o r , P ie rre d 5 0 4 , 5 0 5 , 5 0 6 , 5 0 7 ,
835, 836
A n r ia s , D a v id
508, 509
A n t o n ie w ic z , H .B .
121
A r b itr e , pseudonym
837
A r m a n d , E m ile 838
A rq u e, G eo rg e 839
A r u n d a le , G e o r g e S . 5 1 0 , 5 1 1 , 7 5 9 ,
840, 841, 842, 843, 844, 845, 846, 847,
848, 849, 850, 851, 852, 853, 854, 855,
8 5 6 , 8 5 7 , 1533
A r u n d a le , R u k m in i 8 5 8
A u b r a y , T h r se
859
A y r e s , F r a n c is c o
512
B. N.
5 1 3 ,5 1 4
B a c k e r e , J a c q u e s d e 8 6 0 , 861
B a d ia n i, N a r s h id a s 8 6 2
B aez, J o a n
515
B a ile y , K a th e r in e P r ic e
1534
B a illie -W e a v e r , H . 8 6 3 , 8 6 4
B a k e r , G la d y s 5 1 6
B a n d a , S o o t y See S o o t y B a n d a
B a n g e r te r , M a r g u e r ite 8 6 5 , 8 6 6
B a u d o u y , M .A .
517
B e c k e tt, L .C .
518, 519, 520
B e e c h e r , M a r g u e r ite 521
B e e c h e r , W illa r d
521
B e il, A d a S c h m id t - See S c h m id t-B e il,
Ada
B e n d it, L a u r e n c e J. 5 2 2 , 523
B e n d it, P h o e b e D .
523
B e n ja m in , H a rry 5 2 4
B e n z im b r a , L o n
867
B e r c o u , L y d ia 5 2 5 , 5 2 6 , 5 2 7 , 5 2 8 , 5 2 9 ,
5 3 0 , 531
B erm on d , M . 868
B e rtin 5 3 2
B e sa n t, A n n ie
1 ,1 9 , 9 4 , 3 4 0 ,
5 3 5 , 5 3 6 , 5 3 7 , 5 3 8 , 5 3 9 ,7 5 9 ,
871, 872, 873, 874, 875, 876,
879, 880, 881, 882, 883, 884,
887, 888, 889, 890, 891, 892,
8 9 5 , 8 9 6 , 1465

533,
869,
877,
885,
893,

534,
870,
878,
886,
894,

B e ste r m a n , T h e o d o r e
540
B h a g a v a ta , R .S .
541
B h u s h a n , V .N . 8 97
B ie n fa it, J a c q u e s
121
B illin g h u r st, M .F .
8 98
B in d le y , J e a n
8 99
B le c h , C h a r le s 9 0 0 , 9 0 1 , 9 0 2 , 9 03
B le w e tt, D u n c a n B. 54 2
B o n d o n n e a u , M a r c e lle 9 0 4
B o r y , P ie rre 9 0 5 , 9 0 6 , 9 0 7
B o u ju t, P ie rre 9 0 8 , 9 0 9 , 9 1 0 , 9 1 1 ,9 1 2 ,
9 1 3 , 13 2 2 , 1535
B o u r d e lle , A n t o in e 9 1 4
B o u r g u ig n o n , F red 9 1 5 , 9 1 6 , 1536
B ow en , S eran u s H enry
1537
B r a g d o n , C la u d e 5 4 3 , 5 4 4 , 5 4 5 , 5 4 6 ,
5 4 7 , 9 1 7 , 9 18
B r e c h ig n a c , J. V in c e n t 9 1 9 , 9 2 0
B r e m o n d , M . 921
B r ig h t, E sth e r 5 4 8 , 5 4 9 , 9 2 2 , 9 23
B risy , S e r g e 9 2 4 , 9 2 5 , 9 2 6 , 9 2 7 , 9 2 8
B r o m a g e , B e rn ard 9 2 9
B r o w n , W .J . 9 3 0
B ry en , C a m ille 9 3 1 , 1538
C .B .
932
C .V . 9 3 3
C. v. U.
1539
C a m e r o n , C la r e 9 35
C an u d o, Jean n e 937, 938
C a rr, A u d r e y 43
C a rr, H a rry 9 39
C h a b e r t, P ie rre 9 4 1 , 9 4 2 , 9 4 3 , 1540
C h a le ix , P ie rre 9 4 4
C h e v r ie r , G . 9 45
C h ild , C .W .
946
C h r istie , D o u g la s
121
C h r istie , R .L .
121, 9 4 7 , 9 4 8 , 9 4 9 , 9 5 0 ,
951
C h r istie , V io le t M . 9 5 2
C la r ita s 9 5 3
C la v ie r , A r m a n d o
550
C o c h iu s , P .M .
86 4
C o d d , C la r a 9 5 4
C o le m a n , J o h n E . 551
C o llig n o n , Ir m a 9 55
C o llin s , H a z e l G . 9 5 6
C o n ia r , A x e l v o n F ie litz - See F ie litz C o n ia r , A x e l v o n
C ord es, J o h n 962
C o u s in s , J a m e s H . 9 63
C o u s in s , M a r g a r e t
121
C r e s p e lle , J a c q u e s 9 6 4

156

AUTHOR INDEX

C r o w th e r , E . 9 6 5
C r y s til 9 6 6
C u r te , A lid a d e 5 5 2
D A n g k o r , P ie rre See A n g k o r , P ie rre d
D a c q u in , V . 9 6 7
D a s h ie ll, N e llie E .
1541
D a s tu r , F .H .
553
D a t ta , H ir e n d r a n a th
554
D a u m a l, R e n 5 5 5 , 9 6 8
D a v e n p o r t, H e le n 9 6 9
D a v id g e , J .L . 9 7 0 , 971
D a v ie s , J . T y s s u l 9 7 2
D e B a c k e r e , J a c q u e s See B a c k e re,
Jacques de
D e C u r te , A lid a See C u r te , A lid a d e
D e K retser , B. See K retser, B. d e
D e la P e n a G il, A . See P e n a G il, A . d e la
D e M a n z ia r ly , Ir m a See M a n z ia r ly ,
Irm a d e
D e M a n z ia r ly , M a r c e lle See M a n z ia r ly ,
M a r c e lle d e
D e M a n z ia r ly -P o r te r , M im a See M a n z ia r ly -P o r te r , M im a d e
D e M a r a tr a y , R . See M a r a tr a y , R . d e
D e M io m a n d r e , F r a n c is See M io m a n d re, F r a n c is d e
D e P r e lle , R e g in a ld See P r e lie , R e g in
a ld de
D e S ilv a , P .G . See S ilv a , P .G . d e
D e S m e d t, M a r c See Srridt, M a r c d e
D e W e lth e im , J r m e See W e lth e im ,
Jrm e de
D e c r o ix , J. 9 7 4
D e g iv e s , M , 9 7 5
D e lfin , G e o r g e s 9 7 6
D e lv ille , J e a n
556
D e s c o e u d r e s , E r ic
977
D e s e c k , B. 9 7 8
D e v i, In d ra See In d ra D e v i
D h a n a p a la , D .B .
9 8 0 , 981
D h a r m a d h ik a r i, D a d a 9 8 2
D h o p e s h w a r k a r , A .D .
557, 558, 559,
560
D id e r ic h s e n , H e n n y 5 6 2
D ijk g r a a f, C .W . 9 8 3 , 9 8 4
D ir k s e n , E .M .. 5 6 3
D o b b in s , D o r o t h y
986
D u M a s , V iv ia n 9 8 7 , 9 8 8
D u b o c , E. 9 8 9
D u m o n t , F r a n c is 4 7 3
D u n r o b in , L io n e l
1542
D u r a n te a u , J o s a n e 991
D y k g r a a f, C . 9 9 2

E .A .W . 9 9 3
E . L. 994
E m e r s o n , R a lp h W a ld o
E n g e ls o n , S u z a n n e 9 9 8
E n g lis h , S p e n c e r 9 9 9

1402

E r ic k s o n , L ars
1000
E u th y s
1001
E y d o u x , E m m anuel
1002
F . F.
1543
F .G .
1003
F aucherre, G .
1004
F erru s, P a u le 5 6 5 , 1 0 0 5 , 1006
F id le r , P a u l
1007
F ie litz -C o n ia r , A x e l v o n
1008
F ir c h o w , P e te r 5 6 6
F is c h e r , P a u l
1009
F oen an d er, M arcu s
1010
F ou r, R en 567, 568, 569, 570, 571,
572, 573, 574, 575, 576, 577, 578, 579,
580, 581, 582, 583, 584, 585, 663,
1011, 1012, 1013, 1 0 1 4 , 1015, 1016,
1017, 1 0 1 8 , 1 0 1 9 , 1 0 2 0 , 1 0 2 1 , 1022,
1023, 1024, 1 0 2 5 , 1 0 2 6 , 1 0 2 7 , 1028,
1029, 1030, 1031, 1032, 1 0 3 3 , 1034,
1035, 1 0 3 6 , 1037
F o x , E ls ie H ila n d
1544
F r a n c e s c h i, G J .
586
F r e e d la n d , N a t 5 87
F r e e m a n , P e te r
1039
F r y d m a n , M a u r ic e 5 8 8 , 5 8 9 , 5 9 0 , 5 9 1 ,
5 9 2 , 5 9 3 , 1042, 1043
F u s s e ll, J o s e p h H . 5 9 4 , 5 9 5 , 5 9 6
G a illa r d , J e a n -P ie r r e 5 0 2 , 5 03
G a ltie r , C h a r le s
1545
G a r d n e r , A d e la id e
598, 599
G a r d n e r , E .L . 6 0 0
G e ir t, V a n
1044
G erm er, F en n
1 0 4 5 , 1046
G ib r a n , K h a lil 5 1 6
G il, A . d e la P e n a See P e n a G il, A . d e la
G ir a u d , D a n ie l
1047
G o n z a le z , R u b e n F e ld m a n
1048
G r a h a m , D o r n A e lr e d
601
G r a n q u ist, R o b y n
1049
G r e in d l, D e n is e
1050
G r o ffie r , J e a n
1051, 1052
G r tz m a c h e r , H .H .
1053
H .A .C .W .
1 0 5 4 , 1055
H a ll, F .W .
1056
H a ll, G la d y s
1057
H a ll, M a n ly P. 6 0 2
H a m p to n , C h a r le s
1058

157

AUTHOR INDEX
H a n d y , E .S . C r a ig h ill
1059
H a n r io t, C h a r le s
1060
H a ra ri, M a n y a
603
H a r r a c a , J .M . 6 0 4
H e b e r , L illy 6 0 5 , 6 0 6 , 6 0 7 , 6 0 8 , 1061
H e n d e r s o n , W illia m
609
H e n r y , S .A . 6 1 0
H e n r y -W a e tje n , R .
1062
H erb ert, J e a n
1063
H er d n e r , P ie rre
1064
H e r r m a n n , G e o r g 611
H e r z e n , G .E . M o n o d - S e e M o n o d -H e r z e n , G .E .
H in n e lls , J o h n R . 6 1 2
H o d s o n , G e o ffr e y 6 1 3 , 1065, 1066
H o lm e s , A d e lin e B.
1067
H o s k in s , I a n th e H . 6 1 5
H o tc h e n e r , H e n r y
1069
H o tc h e n e r , M a r ie R u s s a k
1070, 1071,
1072, 1073, 1 0 7 4 , 1075, 10 7 6 , 10 7 7 ,
1 0 7 8 , 10 7 9 , 1080
H u m b e r t, M o n iq u e v o n
1081
H um eau, E dm ond
10 8 2 , 1 0 8 3 , 1084,
10 8 5 , 1086
H u m p h r e y s , C h r istm a s 6 1 6
H u x le y , A ld o u s 4 2 , 6 1 7 . 6 1 8 , 6 1 9
H u x le y , L a u ra A r c h e r a 6 2 0 , 621
Ig u a la d a , M .G .
623
ln d r a D e v i 6 2 4 , 6 2 5 , 6 2 6
ln g e lm a n , J o h n A .
10 8 9 , 1090, 1091,
1092, 1093, 10 9 4 , 1 0 9 5 , 1 0 9 6 . 1097,
1098
ln g r a m -S m ith ,
D o n a ld
189,
627,
1099, 1100
Ir v in e , A le x a n d e r
1101
Ir w in , B e a tr ic e
1546
Ism a il, R a z ia
1102
J.
1 1 0 3 , 1104, 1105
J .D .
1106, 1107
J .F .M .
1108
J a g M o h a n L aw l 628
J a la m b ic , M . 6 2 9 ,1 1 1 1
J a s m in , B ern ard 6 3 0
J a y a k a r , P u p u l 58
J in a r a ja d a s a , C . 6 3 1 , 6 3 2 , 6 3 3 , 6 3 4 ,
635, 636, 637, 638, 639, 759, 824,
1113, 1 1 1 4 , 11 1 5 , 1 1 1 6 , 1 1 1 7 , 1118,
1 1 1 9 , 1 1 2 0 , 1 1 2 1 , 1 1 2 2 , 1 1 2 3 , 11 2 4 ,
1125,
11 2 6 ,
1127,
11 2 8 ,
11 2 9 ,
1 1 3 0 , 1131.
Joh n so n , R aynor C .
J o n es, E va
1547

640

J o s h i, M .A .
J u s tic e 5 6 4

641

K .H .K .
1132
K . L.
1272
K a m e n sk y , A n n a
1133
K annan, A .
642
K e m p , K a th e r in e
1134
K e y s e r lin g , H e r m a n n
6 43
K h a lil G ib r a n see G ib r a n , K h a lil
K h o w s k y , Iw a n
1135, 1136
K in g , F r a n c is 6 4 4
K lein , F r a n o is e
1548, 1549
K n u d s e n , A .F .
1137, 1138
K lle r str m , O sc a r
1139, 1140, 1141
K retser, B. d e
1142
K u ip er, A .J .G . M e th o r s t- See M e th o r stK u ip e r , A .J .G .
L. A.
1158
L andau, R om
6 4 6 , 6 4 7 , 6 4 8 , 1159
L a n n o y , R ic h a r d 6 4 9
L an sb ury, G eo rg e
1160, 1 1 6 1 , 1162
L a n tier, J a c q u e s 6 5 0
L a r se n , E g o n
651
L a u r e n t, J e a n
1163
L a w l, J a g M o h a n S e e J a g M o h a n L a w l
L e a d b e a te r , C .W .
535, 537, 652, 653,
7 5 9 , 1 1 6 4 , 1165, 1166
L e e u w , J .J . v a n d e r
111, 6 5 4 , 1167,
1168, 1169, 1170, 1 1 7 1 , 1172, 1173,
1 1 7 4 , 1175, 1176
L e la n d , E lsa T u d o r
1550
L e n o sso s, M arc
1177, 1178
L e o , B e ssie
1179
L ester, G .
1180
L v y , E u g n e 655
L e y b o u r n e -W h ite , C h a r is 6 5 6 , 6 5 7 ,
658, 960
L in s se n , R m See L in s se n , R o b e r t
L in s se n , R o b e r t 6 5 9 , 6 6 0 , 6 6 1 , 6 6 2 ,
663, 664, 665, 666, 667, 668, 669, 670,
671, 672, 673, 674, 675, 676, 677,
1181, 1.182, 1183, 1184, 1185, 1186,
1187, 11 8 8, 1189, 1190, 1191, 1192,
1193, 1194, 1195, 1196, 1197, 1198,
1 1 9 9 , 12 0 0, 1201, 1202, 1203, 1204,
1 2 0 5 , 12 0 6, 1207, 1 2 0 8 , 1209, 1210,
1211, 1 2 1 2, 1213, 1 2 1 4 , , 1215, 1216,
1217, 1 2 1 8 , 1219, 1220, 1 2 2 1 , 1222,
1223, 1 2 2 4, 1225, 1 2 2 6 , 1227
L in sse n , R o b e r t, Madame
1228
L jtin g str o m , G e o r g 6 78
L on g, M ae van N orm an
1229, 1230
L u ty e n s, B a rb ara
1231

158

AUTHOR INDEX

L u ty e n s, E lis a b e th 6 7 9
L u ty e n s, Ladv E m ily
121, 6 8 0 , 12 3 2 ,
12 3 3 , 1234; 12 3 5 , 1 2 3 6 , 1 2 3 7 , 1238,
1 2 3 9 , 12 4 0 , 12 4 1 , 12 4 2 , 1 2 4 3 , 1244,
12 4 5 , 1 2 4 6 , 1 2 4 7 , 12 4 8 , 1 2 4 9 , 1250,
1251, 1 2 5 2 , 1253, 12 5 4 , 1 2 5 5 , 12 5 6 ,
12 5 7 , 1 2 5 8 , 1 2 5 9 , 1 2 6 0 , 1 2 6 1 , 1262,
12 6 3 , 1 2 6 4 , 1 2 6 5 , 1 2 6 6 , 1 2 6 7 , 1268,
14 0 7 , 1465
L u ty e n s, M a r y 4 9 , 5 0 , 5 2 , 5 3 , 5 6 . 5 7 ,
60, 363, 681, 682
M .B .
1269
M .B .H .
1270
M .E .L .
1271
M .E .R .
1551
M .F . 6 8 3
M .J .
1272
M .M .
12 7 3 , 1274
M .M .E .
1275
M .R .
1276
M c C a r tn e y , J a m e s 6 8 4
M ackay, J o h n
685
M a c k a y , K e n n e th
1277
M a c r e z , G r a r d
1278
M a d h a v a c h a r i, R .
1 7 5 , 176

th e im , J r m e d e
M ia tle v , A d r ia n
1 3 1 5 , 1316, 1317,
1318, 1 3 1 9 , 1 3 2 0 , 1 3 2 1 , 1 3 2 2 , 1323,
1324, 1 3 2 5 , 1 3 2 6 , 1 3 2 7 , 1 3 2 8 , 1329,
1552, 1553, 1554
M ille n , G ilm o r e
1330
M ille r , H e n r y 69 7
M ille r , W .D .
1331
M ills , H . E d w a r d
1332
M io m a n d r e , F r a n c is d e
1333
M ir z a , N a d a r b e g K . 1334
M o n o d -H e r z e n , G .E .
1335
M o tw a n i, K e w a l 6 9 8 , 6 9 9 , 1 3 3 6 , 1337,
1338
M o u ssa y , R. 517
M u r r ia u x , G e n e v i v e
1339, 1340

M a g r e , M a u r ic e 6 8 6
M a k in , A m e lia
1279
M a llik , G u r d a y a l 6 8 7
M a n z ia r ly , Ir m a d e 6 8 8 , 1 2 8 1 , 1282,
1283
M a n z ia r ly , M a r c e lle d e
12 8 4 , 1285,
1286
M a n z ia r ly -P o r te r ,
M im a
de
1287,
1288
M a r a tr a y , R . d e
1289
M a r c a u lt, J . E m ile 4 6 8 , 1 2 9 0 , 1291,
1 2 9 2 , 12 9 3 ,
1 2 9 4 , 1 2 9 5 , 1 2 9 6 , 12 9 7 , 1298, 1299,
1 3 0 0 , 1 3 0 1 , 13 0 2 , 1303
M a r ia , R o g e r
1 3 0 4 , 1 3 0 5 , 13 0 6 , 1307
M arsan , R en
1308
M a r s h a ll, A n n e 6 8 9
M a r te l, A n d r
1309
M a r tin , K a th e r in e M
1310
M a s , V iv ia n d u See D u M a s , V iv ia n
M a y o , K a th e r in e 6 9 0
M a u tis , G .
1311
M e h ta , R o h it 6 9 1 , 6 9 2
M e r te n s S tie n o n , M a r g u e r ite

thor under another name see W el-

1313

M e th o r s t, H .W .
693, 694
M e th o r s t-K u ip e r , A .J .G .
695, 696
M e y o r , J .J .
1314
M ia tle v , A d r ia n . For works o f this

au-

N a g a r a ja n , T .S .
1341
N a h a l, C .L . 2 3 7 , 701
N e b e l, C .
1343
N e e d le m a n , J a c o b
702
N e ill, A .S .
703, 704, 705, 706
N e lid o v a , E .
1344
N e llis , H erb ert F .
1555
N e ls o n , J o a n n e
1345
N e th e r c o t, A r th u r H . 7 0 7
N e w c o m e r , pseudonym
1346
N ie l, A n d r 7 0 8 , 7 0 9 , 7 1 0 , 1348, 1349,
1350, 1351, 1352, 1353, 1 3 5 4 , 1355,
1356, 1357, 1556
N ie l, M a th ild e
1358, 1359
N im ic k , J o h n A .
247
N orm a n n , K ai
1360
O M a lle y , L .S .S .
711
O d ie r , D a n ie l
1361
O r d e r o f th e S ta r
1367
O sb o r n , A r th u r W . 7 1 2 , 7 1 3 , 7 1 4 , 7 1 5 ,
7 1 6 , 7 17
P a lla n d t v a n E e r d e , P h ilip v a n
1369
P a n t, A p a 7 18
P a n t, S .R .
719, 720, 721, 722, 723,
7 2 4 , 7 2 5 , 7 2 6 , 7 2 7 , 7 2 8 , 7 29
P ark, J o se p h M .
1370
P a r th e
1371
P a r tlo w , L e o L.
1372
P a th ir a n a , J a y a tis s a
1373
P a tw a r d h a n , S u n a n d a
58
P a tw a r d h a n , V .C .
1374, 1375
P a v r i, P . 7 3 0 , 7 3 1 , 7 3 2 , 733
P a y n e , M .A .
734, 735, 736
P e a r c e , F .G .
7 3 7 , 1376

AUTHOR INDEX
P e n a G il, A . d e la
1377
P e r e z , J .R . G u ille n t 7 3 8
P e r r y , W h ita ll N .
1378
P e sta n ji T e m u lji P a v r i See P a v r i, P.
P o m e n t a , E lo y S ilv io 7 3 9
P o o r tm a n , J .J .
7 4 0 , 1379
P o r te r , M im a d e M a n z ia r ly - See M a n z ia r ly -P o r te r , M im a d e
P o u s h k in e , B a rb a ra
1 3 8 0 , 1381
P o w e ll, R o b e r t 7 4 1 , 7 4 2 , 7 4 3 , 7 4 4 ,
7 4 5 , 7 4 6 , 7 4 7 , 7 4 8 , 7 4 9 , 1382
P o w e r s , J u s tin
1383
P r a k a sa , S r i See S ri P r a k a sa
P r a sa d , Y a d u n a n d a n
1 1 1 , 121, 1384,
138 5 , 1 3 8 6 , 1 3 8 7 , 13 8 8 , 13 8 9 , 1390,
139 1 , 13 9 2 , 1393, 1394
P r e b le , D o n n a
1395
P r e lie , R e g in a ld d e
13 9 6 , 1397
P r o c h n o w , H erb ert V . 5 6 3
Q u e a n t, G ille s
Q u is S e p a r a b it

1398

See P a n t, S .R .

R .L .
1399
R a d c liffe , H e r b e r t
1 4 0 0 , 1 4 0 1 , 1402
R a ja g o p a l, D . 4 4 , 4 5 , 4 6 , 9 4 , 111, 121,
352, 353, 354, 3 55, 356, 358, 359, 750,
12 6 6 , 1 4 0 3 , 1 4 0 4 , 1 4 0 5 , 1 4 0 6 , 1407,
14 0 8 , 1 4 0 9 , 14 1 0 , 1 4 1 1 , 1 4 1 2 , 14 1 3 ,
14 1 4 , 1 4 1 5 , 1 4 1 6 , 1 4 1 7 , 14 1 8 , 1419
R a ju , P .T .
751
R a m , N . S r i See S r i R a m , N .
R a m a R a o , N .S .
1420
R am ondt
121
R a n s o m , J o s e p h in e
1421
R a o , B. S a n jiv a See S a n jiv a R a u , B.
R a o , N .S . R a m a See R a m a R a o , N .S .
R a o , P .M .
752
R a th e n a u , E d ith A n d r e a e - See A n d r e a e R a th e n a u , E d ith
R a u , B. S a n jiv a See S a n jiv a R a u , B.
R a v e to n , R o la n d
1422
R e h a u lt, L u d o w ic 7 5 3 , 7 5 4 , 7 5 5 , 7 5 6 ,
7 5 7 , 7 5 8 , 9 5 7 , 1 4 2 4 , 1 4 2 5 , 1 4 2 6 , 1427,
1428
R e tu e r to , M a r c ia l
1430
R e v e l, G a s to n
1431
R ic h a r d e t, G e o r g e s
1432
R iv ie r e
1436
R o b e r ts , R u th
1437
R o c k e , M a r y E . 7 5 9 , 14 3 8 , 1439,
14 4 0 , 1557
R o s s , N a n c y W ils o n 7 6 0
R u c a r t, M a r c
1 4 4 1 , 1442
R u s u , S ilv iu s

14 4 3 , 1444

159

S a in v ille , L e o n a r d 7 0 9
S a l s , M ic h e l
1445
S a m u e ls , H e n r y C .
1446
S a n jiv a R a o , B. See S a n jiv a R a u , B.
S a n jiv a R a u , B.
121, 7 6 1 , 7 6 2 , 1447,
1448
Sardonyx
1449
S a u n d e r s , N ic h o la s 763
S a v o ir , A lfr e d
7 6 4 , 765
S c h m id t, E r ic h
7 6 6 , 1 4 5 0 , 1451, 1452
S c h m id t-B e il, A d a
1453
S c h o fie ld , R o s e H o lw a y
1558
S ch w a n k o v sk y ,
F r e d e r ic k
J.
de
S t.V .
1454
S c o t t, C y r il 7 67
S e d g w ic k , P e te r
1455
S e r r a n o , M ig u e l 7 68
S e r v e r , pseudonym 2
S h a r p e , E r ic J. 6 12
S h a w , G e o r g e B e rn ard
1456
S h earm an, H ugh
769
S ilv a , P .G . d e
1457
S im o n i, H e n r i
1 4 5 8 , 1 4 5 9 , 1460
S in g h a l, D .P . 7 7 0
S iv r a m a n , S .
771
S m e d t, M a r c d e
1461
S m ith , D o n a ld In g r a m - See In g r a m S m it h , D o n a ld
S m ith , In g h r a m See I n g r a m -S m ith ,
D o n a ld
S o h l, R o b e r t 43
S o ln e s s , T .T .
1462
S o m m e r , J .K .
I ll
S o o ty B anda
1463
S p e ig h t, Ir e n e
1464
S ri P r a k a sa 7 7 2
S ri R a m , N .
773, 774
S te v e n s , B arry 775
S tie n o n , M a r g u e r ite M e r te n s See M e r t
e n s S tie n o n , M a r g u e r ite
S to k o w s k i, L e o p o ld
123, 124
S tr a k a ty , E u g e n ie See In d r a D e v i
S u a r s, C a r lo
121, 150, 2 3 5 , 2 4 5 , 7 7 6 ,
111 , 7 7 8 , 7 7 9 , 7 8 0 , 7 8 1 , 7 8 2 , 7 8 3 , 7 8 4 ,
7 8 5 , 7 8 6 , 1282, 1466, 1467, 1468,
1469, 1470
S u n e tr a
1471, 1472
Sunya
787
S u ta r iy a , B a c u b h a i 788
T.
14 7 3 , 1474
T a illa r d , M a g d e le in e
1475
T a lc y a r k h a n , F e r o z a
7 89
T e tte m e r , J o h n
111, 1476

160

AUTHOR INDEX

T h a k a r , V im a la 7 9 0 , 7 9 1 , 7 9 2
T h o r in , P a u l
1 4 7 8 , 1479
T ir y , G ra rd 7 9 3
T o u r r e t, F e r n a n d
1480
T r e m e l, J e a n n e
1481
T r ip e t, G .
1482
T r is ta n , F r e d e r ic k
1483
T u ttle , A d d ie M .
1484
T u ttle , M a r jo r ie
1485
T y le r , R ic h a r d G .
1486

W a tts , A la n W . 8 0 3 , 8 0 4 , 8 0 5 , 8 0 6 ,
8 0 7 , 1502
W e a v e r , H . B a illie - See B a illie -W e a v e r ,
H.
W e b b , J a m e s 808
W e d g w o o d , J .I . 1503
W eerap erum a, S u su n a g a
1 5 0 5 , 1506
W ei W u W ei 8 0 9 , 8 1 0
W e is s, R ic h a r d 8 1 1 , 8 1 2 , 8 1 3
W e lls, G e o ffr e y H .

See W e st, G e o ffr e y ,

pseudonym
V .C .P .
1487
V .P .
1488
V a le n tin , M a r c e lle
1489
V a n d e r L e e u w , J .J . See L e e u w , J .J . v a n
d er
V a n G e ir t See G e ir t, V a n
V a n P a lla n d t v a n E e r d e , P h ilip See P a lla n d t v a n E e r d e , P h ilip v a n
V a n Z e y s t, H e n r i See Z e y s t, H e n r i v a n
V a r m a , R .P .
14 9 0 , 1491
V a s, L u is S . R ,
794, 795, 796, 797, 798,
1492
V e n k a ta c h a la m , G .
1493
V e n k a te s a n a n d a , Sw am i 2 5 8
V e r ita s, pseudonym
799
V e r w e y e n , J .M . 8 0 0
V ie u x T h o s o p h e , pseudonym
1495
V illa r d , H e n r i
1496
V itc lle s c h i, C a r la
8 0 1 , 1497
V o lk m a n , H e r v
1498
V o lz , F red
1499
W a e tje n , R . H e n r y - See H e n r y -W a e tjc n , R.
W a r r in g to n , A .P .
I l l , 1 5 0 0 , 1501
W a ts o n , F r a n c is 8 0 2

W e lth e im , J r m e d e .
A d r ia n

See also M ia tle v ,

W e lth e im , J r m e d e 9 0 9 , 1 5 0 7 , 1508,
1509, 1510, 1511, 1512, 1 5 1 3 , 1514
W e lv a e r t, R e y n o ld
814
W e st, G e o ffr e y , pseudonym
815, 816
W h ite , C h a r is L e y b o u r n e - See L e y b o u r n e -W h ite , C h a r is
W ilk in s o n , J .R .
1 5 1 6 , 1517
W illia m s , B e r th a 8 18
W illia m s , G e r tr u d e M . 8 1 9
W illia m s , H e r b r a n d
1518
W o d e h o u s e , E .A .
1 34, 4 6 3 , 7 5 9 , 8 2 0 ,
8 2 1 , 8 2 2 , 1519, 1520, 1521, 1522,
1523, 1524, 1525, 1526, 1559
W o o d , E r n e st
111, 8 2 3 , 8 2 4 , 1527,
1528, 1529
W o o d h o u s e , C y r il
1530
Y a d u n a n d a n P r a sa d See P r a sa d . Y adunandan
Y o u n g , D a v id E .S .
195
Z a e h n c r , R .C .
825
Z a lk , L o u is
1 1 1 ,1 5 3 1 ,1 5 3 2
Z e y s t, H en ri v a n
188

TITLE INDEX TO WORKS ABOUT KRISHNAMURT1


A c a lif o u r c h o n su r le m u r . . . 1427
A p r o p o s d e K r ish n a m u r ti
1125
A p r o p o s d e la r t i c l e . . . ( D a c q u in ,
V .) 9 6 7
A p r o p o s d e la r tic le . . . ( D e c r o ix , J .)
974
A p r o p o s d e la r t i c l e . . . ( D u M a s ,
V iv ia n ) 9 8 8
A p r o p o s d e la r tic le . . . (F a u c h e r r e ,
G .)
1004
A p r o p o s d e la r tic le . . . (J in a r a ja d a sa ,
C .)
1126
A p r o p o s d e la r t i c l e . . . ( M o n o d - H e r z e n , G .E .)
1335
A p r o p o s d e la r tic le . . , (R ic h a r d e t,
G eorges)
1432
A p r o p o s d e la r tic le . . . (R iv ie r e )
1436
A p r o p o s d e la r tic le . . . (T .)
1474
A
p ropos
de
l'a r t ic le ...
(W o o d ,
E r n e st)
1528
A p r o p o s d e la r t i c l e . . . ( W o o d h o u s e ,
C y r il)
1530
A b o d e o f r e a lity
1167
A b o u t u n d e r s ta n d in g
1360
A b s o lu et le r e la tif 1302
A b s tr a c tio n fa ite
1083
A d d e n d u m to D a w n a n d J . K r ish n a
m u r ti. . .
726
A d d r e s s b y B is h o p A r u n d a le . . . 12th
A u g u s t , 1925 8 4 7
A d d r e s s b y D r B e s a n t . . . 1 1th A u g u s t,
1925 8 7 3
A d d r e s s d e liv e r e d . . .
O sc a r K lle r s tr m
1140
A d d ress
to
th e
S e lf-P r e p a r a tio n
G roups
849
A d e p ts o f th e fiv e e le m e n ts 5 0 8
A d o n is a n d th e a lp h a b e t 6 1 8
A d r ia n M ia tle v n o u s c r it
1328
A d v a n c e s in u n d e r sta n d in g e d u c a tio n
734
A d v e n tu r e in u n d e r s ta n d in g
1486
A d v e n tu r e s in le c tu r in g
1381
A d y a r - a n im p r e ss io n
1277
A d y a r p e n d a n t la C o n v e n t io n
1284
A fte r th e C a m p
1161
A g e o f th e m in d
1078
A hou!
1545
A lc y o n e
1431
A lc y o n e A u x p ie d s d u M a tr e 1495

A lc y o n e et M iz a r 84 0
A ld o u s H u x le y 5 6 6
A ll a t o n c e o r J. K r ish n a m u r ti 7 24
A llo c u t io n p r o n o n c e p a r le S e c r ta ir e
G n ral 900
A lp h a b r u p ts e t O m e g a s q u e s
1320
A lte r n a tiv e L o n d o n
76 3
A lu it
1309
A m a z in g d is c o v e r ie s o f J . K r ish n a m u r
ti
610
A m iti ,
c o n f id e n c e
e t e x tr a v e r s i n
1135
A m o u r et s e x e
1222
A m o u r s e x e et sp ir itu a lit 67 5
A m o u r v ra i et se c r e t d u b o n h e u r 5 25
A n a ly s e g r a p h o lo g iq u e
861
A n c ie n e t le n o u v e a u
1443
A n c ie n t o n e 5 48
A n n e ju b ila ir e 8 5 4
A n n ie B e sa n t 9 23
A n n ie B esa n t: a s w o m a n a n d as
le a d e r 7 7 2
A n n ie B e s a n t, e n m o d e r n e p io n e r 6 0 5
A n t-h ill
1440
A n ti-p r o p h te 941
A n t i- t h e o lo g y
and
th e
rid d le s
of
A lc y o n e
1378
A n t o in e B o u r d e lle 8 68
A p o lo g ie d e lir r esp ect 9 13
A p p r o a c h to K r ish n a m u r ti 7 44
A p p r o c h e d e l v n e m e n t 7 93
A p r s le d is c o u r s d e K r ish n a m u r ti 1442
A p r o x im a c i n a K r ish n a m u r ti

550

A r c h e ty p a l S ta r C a m p 1252
A r t e t la lib r a tio n 9 7 8
A s h e liv e d h e liv e s
1241
A s h e p a sse d b y
1138
A s p e c t in te r n a tio n a l d u C a m p d O m m en 924
A s tr o lo g e r s c ree d
1179
A u C a m p d e lE to ile 9 3 7
A u c o e u r d e la p e n s e h in d o u e . . . 1306
A u jo u r d h u i p o u r to u t
1422
A u ta r c h ie 7 77
A u th o r ity a n d th e e m p ir ic a l m e th
od
1522
A u t o u r d e K r ish n a m u r ti
1060
A u x s o u r c e s d e la c o n s c ie n c e

m a l

h e u r e u se 1357
A v e n ir d e la S o c i t T h o s o p h iq u e . . .
1478

162

TITLE INDEX TO WORKS ABOUT KRISHNAMURTI

A v e n ir d u m o n d e 6 6 2
A v o n s - n o u s b e s o in d e K r ish n a m u r ti?
1513
A w a r e n e s s a g a in
1517
A x is a n d th e rim

715

B a b e l is in u s
1472
B a n o n b r o a d c a stin g : M r. B ern a rd
S h a w s v ie w
1456
B a s ic c h a lle n g e 7 9 2
B a s ic s e lf-k n o w le d g e 5 2 4
B a s ic tr u th
588
B e a u ty a n d h a p p in e ss: th e n e w w a y
1285
B e fo r e liftin g u p th e c u r ta in . . .
722
B e fo r e th e O ja i C a m p : K r ish n a jis ta lk s
[1 9 2 9 ]
1105
B e y o n d s u c c e s s a n d fa ilu r e
521
B e y o n d t h e o lo g y
806
B ila n
1361
B is h o p L e a d b e a te r
1169
B o o k o n th e t a b o o a g a in s t k n o w in g
w h o y o u a re 8 0 7
B o o k s in m y life 6 9 7
B o r is P a ste r n a k la r e c h e r c h e . . . 1358
B o u d d h is m e e t z e n 6 7 0
B o u d d h is m e , t a o s m e e t z e n
677
B o u d d h is m e z e n e t la r fo r m e d e la
p s y c h o lo g ie
1352
B o u d d h is m e , z e n e t y o g a
1224
B o y a n d th e T e a c h e r 8 9 4
C .W . L e a d b e a te r 9 3 4
C a b le n e w s fr o m A d y a r
1393
C a b le n e w s o f th e B e n a r e s C a m p
1391
C am p at O m m en
1255
C a m p F ir e 9 3 6
C a m p F ir e g le a m s
1066
C a n illu m in a t io n b e tr a n sm itte d ? 745
C a n d le s in th e su n 6 8 0
C a t h o lic is m e e t la t h o s o p h ie
505
C a t h o lic is m e e t t h o s o p h ie (C h e v r ie r )
945
C a t h o lic is m e

et

t h o s o p h ie

(E u th y s )

1001
C a u se r ie d e M a g d e le in e T a illa r d . . .
1475
C e q u e j e n p e n s e 9 4 3
C e q u e j e d o is K r ish n a m u r ti 5 7 3
C r m o n ia l e t la S o c i t T h o s o p h iq u e
1005
C r m o n ie h in d o u e 9 4 0
C h a in o f c a u s a t io n
1130
C h a lle n g e 5 4 0
C h a n g e s in O m m e n
1419

C h a n t d u s ile n c e 9 6 4
C h e m in s d e lin n o m 8 37
C h e z [In s tr u c te u r d u M o n d e 9 3 8
C h o ic e
1380
C h r tie n e n fa c e d u m e ss a g e d e K r ish
n a m u r ti
1051
C h r ist o f p r o p h e c y
1245
C h r istm a s th o u g h t
1484
C iv ilis a tio n c o n t e m p o r a in e
5 17
C la ir v o y a n t in v e s t ig a t io n s . . . 8 24
C la r ity 811
C o m e in to m y h e a r t 9 2 2
C o m d ie p s y c h o lo g iq u e
7 79
C o m in g o f th e C h r ist
1165
C o m in g o f th e W o r ld -T e a c h e r (A r u n d a le , R u k m in i) 85 8
C o m in g o f th e W o r ld T e a c h e r ( H a m p
to n , C h a r le s )
1058
C o m in g o f th e W o r ld -T e a c h e r a n d
d e a t h , w a r a n d e v o lu t io n
7 59
C o m in g W o r ld -T e a c h e r 7 3 1 , 7 3 2 , 7 33
C o m m e n t e t p o u r q u o i p e n s o n s -n o u s ?

1201
C o m m e n t s u p p r im e r la s o u f f r a n c e . . .
52 6
C o m p le te a c t - v ie w e d d ia le c tic a lly 1012
C o m p le te a c t - v ie w e d s ta tic a lly
1011
C o m p te re n d u d e la c o n f r e n c e d e L u
d o v ic R h a u l t . . .
957
C o n c e p t io n a n d a d m in is tr a tio n o f th e
E e r d e T r u st 8 44
C o n g r s d O m m e n 901
C o n g r s d e lE t o ile d O r ie n t 9 5 8
C o n g r s m o n d ia l d e C h ic a g o 9 5 9
C o n q u e s t o f illu s io n
654
C o n s c ie n c e , la n g a g e , v r it 8 6 0
C o n ta ct 960
C o n t a g io n o f e m o tio n
1077
C o n t r a d ic tio n s
1473
C o n v e n t io n d A d y a r
1501
C o n v e n t io n N a t io n a le d e la S o c i t
T h o s o p h iq u e d e F r a n c e 8 5 6
C o n v e n t io n N a t io n a le d e 1931
961
C o n v e r s a tio n w ith J. K r ish n a m u r ti 701
C o n v e r s a tio n w ith K r ish n a m u r ti 1523
C o s m ic w o m b 7 17
C ourage 986
C r e a tiv e e d u c a tio n
C r e a tiv e se lf-d e n ia l

736
1045

C r is e d e la S .T . et s o n r e m d e
1175
C r isis in c o n s c io u s n e s s 7 4 2
C r itic ism
1134
C r o q u is d e K r ish n a m u r ti p a r B o u r
d e lle

914

163

TITLE INDEX TO WORKS ABOUT KRISHNAMURT1


C u ltu r e o f th e C a m p

1073

D a w n o f a ll a t o n c e o r J . K rish n a m u r ti 7 2 5
D aybreak
515
D e c r a tio n en a rt
1470
D e la m o u r h u m a in la m o u r d iv in 6 6 4 ,
665
D e l v o lu t io n fo r m e lle l v o lu t io n
r e lle
1028
D e la d u a lit lh a r m o n ie
1398
D e la S e in e la lu m i r e
1489
D e n o tr e c o r r e s p o n d a n t d A d y a r 9 7 3
D e R ilk e K r ish n a m u r ti 1340
D e S o c r a te K r ish n a m u r ti 6 3 0
D c lin o u v e il d e la sa g e sse ?
1351
D e e p e r u n d e r s ta n d in g o f o u r s e lv e s 7 3 5
D e r n ie r c o u p 9 1 5
D e s tin d u X X e s i c le 6 6 0
D e u x e s s a is su r K r ish n a m u r ti 9 7 9
D e u x lib e r t s
1307
D e u x m e ss a g e r s - B o u r d e lle d e v a n t
K r ish n a m u r ti 9 1 9
D e u x s o u r c e s d e la j o ie
1064
D e v a n t u n p u b lic v e n u . . .
839
D ia lo g u e su r la b s o lu
1211
D ia lo g u e su r la v ie . . .
1212
D ic t io n a r y o f n a tio n a l b io g r a p h y
561
D ie u e t m o n a v e n tu r e
1159
D ie u in t r ie u r e t le D ie u e x t r ie u r 1131
D io s , e l se r, e l m is te r io
738
D ir e c t a n d in d ir e c t p a th s
1119
D is c ip lin e s , r itu a lis m e e t sp ir itu a lit
571
D is c u s s io n s n ea r S y d n e y
985
D is s o lu t io n d e lO r d r e d e lE to ile 9 0 2
D is s o lu t io n o f th e O r d e r
1417
D is t in c t io n e n tr e p la isir e t b o n h e u r
1033
D iv e r g e n c e s
en tr e
C .G .
Jung
et
K r ish n a m u r ti
1194
D o n t p u s h th e riv er ( it f lo w s b y
itse lf) 7 7 5
D o u t e lib r a te u r 9 2 6
D r B e sa n ts m e s s a g e . . . E e r d e n u m
b e r . . . H e r a ld o f th e S ta r 8 7 2
D r B e sa n ts sp e e c h
877
D r u g s , m y s tic is m a n d m a k e -b e lie v e 8 2 5
D u m e s s a g e d e M e n t o n a u m e ss a g e
d c K r ish n a m u r ti 9 7 7
D u te m p o r e l lin te m p o r e l 5 7 2
D u a lit fo n d a m e n t a le d u m o n d e p h y
siq u e
1203
D u r a b le a v a ta r

990

E ccc h o m o
6 28
E c h e c d e la m o u r
1359
E c h o s d e s b r a n c h e s 9 95
E c o le d e la L u m i r e In t r ie u r e . . . 1209
E c o le m o d le d e la H a p p y V a lle y
O ja i
1228
E d it io n s A d y a r p r s e n te n t K r ish n a
m u r ti 7 8 0
E d ito r ia l (C h r istie , R .L .) 9 4 9
E d ito r ia l (R a ja g o p a l, D .)
1413
E d ito r ia l: a w e e k at E e r d e 9 9 o
E d ito r ia l: t h o u g h ts fr o m E e r d e
1264
E d ito r s n o te 75 0
E d ito r s t e le s c o p e
1075
E d u c a tio n
1296
E d u c a tio n o f a n a m p h ib ia n 6 18
E d u c a tio n s e lo n K r ish n a m u r ti
1220
E h r w a ld
1235
E m in e n t In d ia n s: J id d u K r ish n a m u r ti
980
E n a p p r o c h a n t d u te r r o r is m e b u r le s
que 997
E n c o r e q u e lq u e s im p r e s s io n s su r le
C a m p d O m m e n
904
E n d o f r e lig io n
601
E n s e ig n e m e n t d e K r ish n a m u r ti
1111
E n s e ig n e m e n t e t lIn s tr u c te u r
1128
E n tr e tie n s d e B e a u q u in s 1962
1026
E n tr e tie n s su r le s r e la tio n s h u m a in e s
1025
E s c a p is m a n d e s c a p e ; a n d , B u d d h ism
a n d m y s tic is m
752
E s sa is su r le b o u d d h is m e . . . 6 6 6
E s se n c e o f K r ish n a m u r tis te a c h in g s
546
E s t-il c o n c e v a b le p o u r u n T h o s o p h e . ..
903
E te r n a l p o le s 5 44
E te r n e lle lib r a tio n
1425
E th ik
a ls
T a t, G e s p r c h e
um
K r ish n a m u r ti 801
E tre en r v o lu tio n 9 7 6
E tu d e s p s y c h o lo g iq u e s d e C .G . J u n g
J. K r ish n a m u r ti 661
E v e il sp ir itu e l e t sile n c e m e n ta l
1217
E v e il su p r m e , 6 6 7 , 6 6 8
E v e r b e y o n d th e m u c h ta lk e d
s u b c o n s c io u s 721
E v id e n c e in t r ie u r e 8 59
E v o lu t io n o f M r s B e sa n t 5 6 4
E x p a n s io n o f a w a r e n e s s 71 3
E x p e c ta t io n a n d fu lfilm e n t
E x p e r ie n c e
1524

1263

of

164

TITLE INDEX TO WORKS ABOUT KRISHNAMURTI

E x p r ie n c e d u D iv in s e lo n S ri A u r o b in d o e t K r ish n a m u r ti
1308
E x p e r im e n t in r e la tio n s h ip
737
E x tr a it d u n e lettre M a r c e l C le b a n t
1323

G r a n d e b e u v e r ie 555
G ran d e espran ce . . .
83 2
G r a n d s a p p e ls d e lh u m a n is m e c o n t e m
p o r a in
710
G r e a t b o o k s o n r e lig io n a n d e s o te r ic
p h ilo s o p h y
602

F a c e o f th e L o r d
1115
F a ith s a n d f e llo w s h ip 6 4 8
F a ls e ru m o u r s
1266
F d r a tio n d e s b r a n c h e s T h o s o p h iq u e s d u C e n tr e 1009

G reat p eace
1270
G reat w ork
885
G r e a te st g a m e
in
c h ild r e n
1438

F in g e r s p o in tin g to w a r d s th e m o o n 8 0 9
F in is t r e d e lin d u c a tio n r g io n a le 1321
F ir st p r in c ip le s o f T h e o s o p h y 6 3 2
F la m e o f life 7 9 0
F lig h t fr o m r e a s o n
808
F o n c tio n d e la n n o n c ia te u r
1480
F o r e v e r y o u n g , fo r e v e r h e a lth y 6 2 4
F o r e w o r d ( H u x le y , A ld o u s ) 6 1 7
F orm
1385
F o r m e s et c r m o n ie s 8 9 6
F r e e c h ild
706
F r e e m in d (a r tic le ) 7 4 6
F r e e m in d ( b o o k )
749
F r e e d o m o f th e w a y
1038
F r o m e a r ly b o y h o o d . . .
1040
F r o m lim ita tio n to lib e r a tio n
889
F r o m o u r In d ia n c o r r e s p o n d e n t
1041
F r o m th e c e n te r o f life
1401
F r o m th e G e n e r a l S e c r e ta r y
1403
F r o n tie r s o f b e in g 5 4 2
F u ite en a v a n t 7 6 4
F u r th e r le tte r fr o m I n d ia
1242
F u tu r e is n o w
714
F u tu r e o f th e O r d e r 891
F u tu r e o f The Star Review in E n g
la n d
1262
F u tu r e o f th e T h e o s o p h ic a l S o c ie t y 5 3 9 ,
5 5 4 , 5 9 7 , 6 3 5 , 7 6 1 , 823
G e n e r a l s e m a n tic s a s an in tr o d u c tio n to
K r ish n a m u r ti 795
G e s te d a c c u e il lin fin i
1086
G e stu r e o f c o - o p e r a t io n w ith K r ish n a j i s w o r k
719
G ift
1534
G o d is m y a d v e n tu r e 6 4 6
G o ld e n a p p le s 9 6 2
G o ld e n b o o k
o f th e T h e o s o p h ic a l
S o c ie t y
633
G o ld fis h b o w l 6 7 9
G o s p e l a c c o r d in g t o Z e n 43
G o sp el o f jo y
1439
G rce
1382

th e

w o r ld

fo r

G r o u p e s d e p r p a r a tio n in d iv id u e lle
1488
G r o w th fr o m w ith in
1527
H a p p y V a lle y F o u n d a t io n
882
H e 7 65
H e a r ts n o t h e a d s in th e s c h o o l 7 0 4
H is m a ste r s v o ic e 54 0
H is r o le
1457
H o lla n d a n d its su ita b ility . . . 863
H o lla n d s p r iv ile g e 98 3
H o m m a g e K r ish n a m u r ti
1063
H o m m e et la c o n n a is s a n c e
672
H o m m e e t le m o i 778
H o m m e et le s p r o b l m e s d e la v ie 6 1 4
H o m m e p ren d fe u
1082
H o m m e s r p o n d e n t 1068
H o r o s c o p e d e K r ish n a m u r ti 9 6 6
H o w a W o r ld T e a c h e r c o m e s . . . 5 3 6
H o w I u n d e r sta n d K r ish n a m u r ti 6 83
H u m a in e e s p r a n c e 6 0 4
H u n tin g th e g u r u in In d ia 6 8 9
H v e m er d e n S to r e , v i ven ter? 5 6 2
H vem
er
K r ish n a m u r ti?
H v a d vil
K r ish n a m u r ti?

622

I am w h at y o u are
1557
I sit at y o u r fee t, K r ish n a . . .
I try to be a w a r e
1516
Ici e t m a in te n a n t
1333
Id e a l
1254
Id e a l liste n e r
1121
Id e s d e K r ish n a m u r ti
1047
II e s t u n e f o is
1554
Il su ffit
1540
11 y a
1468
Illu s io n a n d r e a lity

1533

81 3

Im p a c t o f th e t e a c h in g s o f K r ish n a m
u rti o n th e w o r ld
1338
Im p a c t o f T h e o s o p h y a n d s c ie n c e 6 4 2
I m p o r ta n c e d e la s m a n t iq u e . . . 1210
Im p o r ta n c e o f u n d e r s ta n d in g 99 9
I m p o r ta n te s a llo c u tio n s d o n n e s O m m en
89 0

TITLE INDEX TO WORKS ABOUT KRISHNAMURT1


Im p r e s s io n
833
Im p r e s s io n d O m m e n

Ir r lig io n d e la v e n ir 8 3 6
It n r a ir e d u n p le r in d e la b s o lu 5 0 7

932

I m p r e s s io n d u C a m p d O m m e n 1926,
921
Im p r e s s io n d u C a m p d e lE to ile O m
in e n 1930
1127
I m p r e s s io n s 9 5 2
Im p r e s sio n s ( H o lly w o o d B o w l, M a y
1 5 th , 1928)
1544
I m p r e s s io n s o f th e C o n g r e s s
1087
I m p r e s s io n s o f th e fir st S ta r C o n g r e s s in
A m e r ic a
1229
I m p r e s s io n s o f t h e S ta r C o n g r e s s (L u ty
e n s, Lady E m ily )
1234
Im p r e s sio n s o f th e S ta r C o n g r e s s (M a r c a u lt, J . E m ile )
1291
Im p r e s sio n s o f th e S ta r C o n g r e s s in
V ie n n a
1374
In -b e tw e e n
727

J.
J.
J.
J.
J.

K r ish n a m u r ti (C h e ta n a )
1109
K r ish n a m u r ti ( R a ju , P .T .) 751
K r ish n a m u r ti ( S h e a r m a n , H u g h ) 7 69
K rish n a m u r ti: a n in tr o d u c t io n 6 9 9
K r ish n a m u r ti a n c ie n t o r m o d e m ?
513
J . K r ish n a m u r ti a n d a w a r e n e s s in a c
tio n 5 5 9
J. K r ish n a m u r ti a n d m in d in r e v o lu tio n
560

J.
J.
J.
J.
J.

In th e S ta r lig h t ( A r u n d a le ,G e o r g e S ) 843
th e
S ta r lig h t
(L u ty e n s ,
Lady
E m ily )
1233
I n c o n n a is s a n c e d e K r ish n a m u r ti
1278
I n d p e n d a n c e d e la S o c i t T h o s o p h iq u e 855
In

In d ia a n d w o r ld c iv iliz a tio n
770
I n d ic a tio n s o f a n e w c u ltu r e 5 9 8
In fo r m a tio n
fo r
in q u ir e r s,
A u gu st
1928
1367
I n fo r m a tio n s d iv e r s e s ( A .C .)
826
I n fo r m a tio n s d iv e r s e s ( L .A .)
1158
I n fo r m a tio n s
d iv e r s e s
(L e a d b e a te r ,
C .W .)
1088
I n fo r m a tio n s d iv e r s e s (R h a u lt, L u d o w ic )
1428
In itia te in th e d a rk c y c le 7 6 7
In s tin c t fr a te r n e l
1324
In s tr u c te u r d u M o n d e : K r ish n a m u r ti
755
I n te llig e n c e d e l n e r g ie
1202
I n te r n a tio n a l O ja i S ta r C a m p
g r e s s . . . 1928
111
I n te r n a tio n a l O ja i S ta r C a m p

165

J.
J.
J.
J.

K r ish n a m u r ti a n d th e m a te r ia lis ts
589
K r ish n a m u r ti a n d th e W e st
1180
K r ish n a m u r ti at B a n g a lo r e
1110
K r ish n a m u r ti k o n a a h eta ?
541
K rish n a m u r ti:
lh o m m e
et
so n
im a g e 9 98
K r ish n a m u r ti P r o p h te d e s te m p s
nouveaux . . .
1178
K r ish n a m u r ti S a a n e n 1963
1204
K rish n a m u rti: th e m a n a n d his
m in d
796
K rish n a m u r ti: th e m a n a n d his
te a c h in g 743

J . K r ish n a m u r tis c o n c e p t o f c h o ic e le s s
aw aren ess
1491
J . N ity a n a n d a
1399
J . N ity a n a n d a : a n a p p r e c ia tio n
1114
Jacq u es E douard Le R o u x
1322
J e p a ie m a p o s ie
1325
J e r e p e n se la n b u le u s e 9 4 2
J e su is n v o le u r
1536
J e t S e t - G o tt v o n G s ta a d
1081
J eu n es th o so p h es
1112
J e w a n d th e W o r ld T e a c h e r
1446
J id d u K r ish n a m u r ti
1341
J o y o f C h r istm a s
1098

C on
C on

g r e s s . . . 1 9 2 8 ( H o tc h e n e r , M .R .)
1074
In te r v ie w ( D r B e sa n t in te r v ie w e d b y th e
A s s o c ia t e d P r e ss ) 8 7 5
In te r v ie w w ith K r ish n a ji 951
I n tr o d u c in g K r ish n a m u r ti 7 6 2 , 1447
I n tr o d u c tio n (B e s a n t, A n n ie ) 5 3 4
I n tr o d u c tio n t o K r ish n a m u r ti 6 8 2
I n tr o d u c to r y stu d ie s in T h e o s o p h y 5 9 9
I n tu itio n , in str u m e n t d e n o tr e p r o g r s
s p ir itu e l 8 3 5

K in g d o m o f G o d is w ith in y o u . . . 1160
K n o w in g o u r s e lv e s 6 5 6
K n o w le d g e a n d u n d e r s ta n d in g 6 18
K rish n a ji ( B e s a n t, A n n ie ) 8 95
K rish n a ji ( D u n r o b in , L io n e l)
1542
K r ish n a ji (J in a r a ja d a sa , C .)
1117
K rish n a ji (K lle r s tr m , O sc a r )
1141
K rish n a ji ( M .E .L .)
1271
K rish n a ji ( P r a s a d , Y a d u n a n d a n ) 1384
K rish n a ji
( S c h o f ie ld ,
R ose
H o lw ay)
1558
K rish n a ji P a r is
1460
K rish n a ji a n d I n d ia
1389

166

TITLE INDEX TO WORKS ABOUT KRISHNAMURTI

K r ish n a ji a t O ja i
1411
K r ish n a ji e t lh is to ir e
1481
K r ish n a ji e t la p s y c h o lo g ie n o u v e lle
1313
K r ish n a ji in A m e r ic a
1104
K r ish n a ji in L o n d o n
1310
K r ish n a ji in r e la tio n t o th e p r e se n t
age
1256
K rish n a ji: lig h t-b r in g e r 511
K r ish n a ji,
th e
m an
and
h is
te a c h in g 7 4 3
K r ish n a jis a c t i v i t i e s . . .
L on d on on
M a r c h 31 [1 9 2 8 ]
1143
K r ish n a jis
a c tiv itie s :
new s
fr o m
A dyar
1387
K r ish n a jis
a c tiv itie s :
new s
fr o m
O ja i
1069
K r ish n a jis m e s s a g e (T h e H e r a ld o f th e
S ta r )
1144
K r ish n a jis m e s s a g e ( L o n g , M . v . N .)
1230
K rish n a jis
m essa g e
(M a r c a u lt,
J.
E m ile )
1295
K r ish n a m u r ti (A y r e s , F r a n c is c o ) 5 1 2
K r ish n a m u r ti (B r a g d o n , C la u d e ) 9 1 8
K r ish n a m u r ti (C a r r , H a r r y ) 9 3 9
K r ish n a m u r ti ( C e y lo n O b se r v e r ) 1145
K r ish n a m u r ti (C u r te , A lid a d e ) 5 5 2
K r ish n a m u r ti ( D e g iv e s , M ) 9 7 5
K r ish n a m u r ti
(F r y d m a n ,
M a u r ic e )
1042
K r ish n a m u r ti ( I n g r a m -S m ith , D o n a ld )
1099
K r ish n a m u r ti (L in s s e n , R o b e r t)
1182
K r ish n a m u r ti
(M e th o r s t-K u ip e r ,
A .J .G .) 6 9 6
K r ish n a m u r ti
K r ish n a m u r ti
K r ish n a m u r ti
K r ish n a m u r ti
K r ish n a m u r ti
K r ish n a m u r ti
782

( M e y o r , J .J .)
1314
( M ille r , H e n r y ) 6 9 7
( N ie l, A n d r )
1556
( P a th ir a n a , J .)
1373
(S e r r a n o , M ig u e l) 7 6 8
(S u a r s ,
C a r lo ) 7 8 1 ,

K r ish n a m u r ti A d y a r (ja n v ie r 1 9 6 4 )
1205
K rish n a m u r ti: a c r itic a l s tu d y 6 8 8 ,
1283
K rish n a m u r ti: a fr ie n d ly a p p r a is a l 1332
K r ish n a m u r ti L o n d r e s
1189
K r ish n a m u r ti P a r is ( J .D .)
1107
K r ish n a m u r ti P a r is (L e M o n d e ) 1146
K r ish n a m u r ti P a r is (L in s s e n , R .) 1191

K r ish n a m u r ti: a sa g e w h o sp e a k s fr o m
d ir e c t e x p e r ie n c e
1505

K r ish n a m u r ti: a sk e tc h o f h is life a n d


id e a s
1147
K r ish n a m u r ti S tr a s b o u r g
1177
K r ish n a m u r ti a n d a n I n d ia n fa m ily
1148
K r ish n a m u r ti a n d E m e r s o n
1402
K r ish n a m u r ti a n d life in fr e e d o m
982
K r ish n a m u r ti a n d M a r x
7 09
K r ish n a m u r ti a n d m o d e r n th o u g h t 5 7 6 ,
1032
K r ish n a m u r ti a n d o r g a n is a t io n
1124
K r ish n a m u r ti a n d r itu a lis m
577
K r ish n a m u r ti a n d s p ir itu a l h e r ita g e 5 78
K r ish n a m u r ti a n d th e e x p e r ie n c e o f t h e
sile n t m in d
557
K r ish n a m u r ti
a n d th e
p r o b le m o f
e ffo r t 5 79
K r ish n a m u r ti
a n d th e
p r o b le m o f
im m o r ta lity
5 8 0 , 1018
K r ish n a m u r ti
a n d th e
p r o b le m o f
lo v e 581
K r ish n a m u r ti
a n d th e
p r o b le m o f
o p p o s it e s 58 2
K r ish n a m u r ti
and
th e
se a r c h
fo r
lig h t 6 1 3
K r ish n a m u r ti a n d th e S ta r C a m p 1101
K r ish n a m u r ti a n d th e te x tu r e o f r e a li
ty
5 58
K r ish n a m u r ti
and
th e
u n ity
of
m an
784
K r ish n a m u r ti a n d th e w o r ld c r is is 6 08
K r ish n a m u r ti a s a p o e t 8 97
K r ish n a m u r ti a t E e r d e
1054
K r ish n a m u r ti c a n c e ls ta lk s d u e to ill
n ess 969
K r ish n a m u r ti d e n o v e v iz itis e u r o p o n
1 149
K r ish n a m u r ti, d e r g r o s s e G u r u v o n
Saan en
1150
K r ish n a m u r ti e l lib e r a lis m o y e l r a c io n a lis m o
1030
K r ish n a m u r ti, e l p o e t a d e l p r e s e n te y
d e l s ile n c io
57 5
K r ish n a m u r ti e n d e W ijsb e g e e r te 1379
K r ish n a m u r ti e s t-il u n m o n s tr e d e
sin c r it ?
1430
K r ish n a m u r ti e t la n ti-r e lig io n 5 0 4
K r ish n a m u r ti e t le x is te n t ia lis m e 5 6 8 ,
663
K r ish n a m u r ti e t lin d iv id u a lis m e 7 5 6
K r ish n a m u r ti e t lu n it h u m a in e (a r ti
cle )
1469
K r ish n a m u r ti
et
lu n it
h u m a in e
( b o o k ) 7 8 3 , 7 85

167

TITLE INDEX TO WORKS ABOUT KRISHNAMURTI


K r ish n a m u r ti e t la lib r a tio n
527
K r ish n a m u r ti e t la p e n s e c o n t e m p o
ra in e
1027
K r ish n a m u r ti e t la p e n s e o c c id e n
ta le 6 6 3
K r ish n a m u r ti e t la r v o lte 7 0 8
K r ish n a m u r ti e t la r v o lu tio n
757
K r ish n a m u r ti et la sy n th s e d e la v e
n ir
1350
K r ish n a m u r ti e t la t h o s o p h ie 5 0 6
K r ish n a m u r ti e t le p r o b l m e d e la
m our
1183
K r ish n a m u r ti
et
le
p r o b l m e
de
lim m o r ta lit
1017
K r ish n a m u r ti e t le p r o b l m e s o c ia l 7 5 3
K r ish n a m u r ti e t le S w a m i S id d h e s w a ra n a n d a 955
K r ish n a m u r ti e t le z e n 1223
K r ish n a m u r ti e t le s d e u x
1305
K r ish n a m u r ti
K r ish n a m u r ti
K r ish n a m u r ti
K r ish n a m u r ti
K r ish n a m u r ti
K r ish n a m u r ti
K r ish n a m u r ti

lib e r t s

e t le s r e lig io n s 7 5 4
e t s o n e n s e ig n e m e n t 5 2 8
in A m e r ic a
1003
in C a m p
1546
in c e n tr a l E u r o p e
1518
in D e u ts c h la n d
1343
in
n o r th e r n E u r o p e

1055
K r ish n a m u r ti in 1929
1390
K r ish n a m u r ti in r e la tio n t o th e W o r ld T ea ch er 645
K r ish n a m u r ti in S a a n e n
1151
K r ish n a m u r ti, J .
1152
K r ish n a m u r ti lh o m m e e t sa p en se'
(b o o k )
567
K rish n a m u r ti: lh o m m e e t sa p e n s e ( R e
v u e P a lla d ie n n e )
1014
K rish n a m u r ti: lh o m m e e t sa p e n s e
( S p ir itu a lit )
1013
K rish n a m u r ti: lh o m m e e t s o n m e s
sa g e
1153
K rish n a m u r ti: le G r a n d In s tr u c te u r d u
M o n d e ...
1459
K rish n a m u r ti: le m ir o ir d e s h o m m e s
502
K r ish n a m u r ti, le s r e lig io n s , e t le c h a o s
m o n d ia l
1195
K r ish n a m u r ti - L o n d r e s 3 a u 3 0 O c t o
b re 1 9 4 9 9 3 5
K rish n a m u r ti:
m an
is
h is
ow n
lib e r a to r 7 5 8
K r ish n a m u r ti m in c e d n o w o r d s
1154
K rish n a m u r ti: m o n v o y a g e B r u x e l
le s. . .
529

K r ish n a m u r ti.
N eue
S e lb s tb e fr e iu n g
611

W ege

K r ish n a m u r ti o g v r tid s k r ise

zu r
607

K r ish n a m u r ti o u la r v o lu tio n d u
rel 5 7 4
K r ish n a m u r ti p a r c e q u e
1461
K r ish n a m u r ti p o t e
1289
K rish n a m u rti: p o t e d u p r se n t et d u
sile n c e
1024
K rish n a m u rti: p o r t r e t . . .
695
K rish n a m u rti: p o u r un n o u v e l a c c s la
v ie
1155
K rish n a m u r ti:
p rophet
of
a
n ew
age 929
K r ish n a m u r ti p s y c h o lo g u e d e lE tre
N o u v e lle 6 7 6
K r ish n a m u r ti r e v ie n t P a r is 991
K rish n a m u r ti: sa v ie , sa p a r o le 531
K r ish n a m u r ti. S a a n e n 1964
1207
K rish n a m u rti: s c ie n c e e t sp ir itu a lit 5 3 0
K r ish n a m u r ti - s p ir itu a l g e n iu s
1506
K r ish n a m u r ti
ta lk s
on
life s
d ire
p r o b le m s
1345
K r ish n a m u r ti - te a c h e r o f th e d ir e c t
p a th
687
K r ish n a m u r ti te lls w o r ld p a n a c e a 1330
K r ish n a m u rti: th e m a n a n d h is m e ss a g e
(H e b e r , L ) 6 0 6
K r ish n a m u r ti - th e m a n a n d h is m e ss a g e
( M o tw a n i, K )
1336
K rish n a m u rti:
th e
m an
and
h is
te a c h in g
5 70
K rish n a m u rti: th e m a n in r e v o lt 7 09
K r ish n a m u rti: th e M e s s ia h w h o b e c a m e
a sa g e
150 2
K r is h n a m u r ti. . . th e w is e s t m a n I h a v e
ever m et
1376
K r ish n a m u r ti th e w o r ld m a n
5 90
K r ish n a m u r ti t o d a y
1156
K rish n a m u rti: u n e g r a n d e id e . . . 1397
K r ish n a m u r ti w e ig h s H o lly w o o d 1057
K r ish n a m u r ti - w h o is he? 5 16
K r ish n a m u r ti w ill v is it D e n m a r k 1410
K r ish n a m u r ti y e l M a r x is m o
1031
K r ish n a m u r ti
y
el
p e n s a m ie n to
co n tem p o ra n eo
1029
K r ish n a m u r tis B o ts c h a ft
1053
K r ish n a m u r tis life a n d m e ss a g e
1448
K r ish n a m u r tis m e s s a g e 6 3 4
K r ish n a m u r tis S te llu n g . . . 1453
K r ish n a m u r ti's te a c h in g 9 3 0
K r ish n a m u r tis v isit
1157

168

TITLE INDEX TO WORKS ABOUT KRISHNAMURTI

L a n g a g e d e K r ish n a m u r ti 5 0 3
L a n g u a g e o f K r ish n a m u r ti 583
L a st f o u r liv e s o f A n n ie B e sa n t 7 0 7
L a w r e n c e , K r ish n a m u r ti, D a v is
1514
L e a r n in g to m e e t life
1049
L eben
se lb s t
se i
u n se r
L ehrm e iste r
1451
L e tter fr o m In d ia (J .)
1103
L e tte r fr o m
In d ia (L u ty e n s , Lady
E m ily )
1238
L e tte r f r o m In d ia ( S o ln e s s , T .T .)
1462
L e tte r fr o m In d ia ( V .C .P .)
1487
L e tte r to K r ish n a m u r ti 8 1 4
L e tte r s o f A ld o u s H u x le y 6 1 9
L e ttr e M . B le c h . . . 9 0 7
L e ttre M . B lec h . . .(r p o n s e M .
B ory)
1479
L e ttre R o g e r P e tit
1326
L e ttr e a u x a s t r o lo g u e s
1510
L e ttr e d e K r ish n a m u r ti 865
L e ttre t r im e s t r ie lle . . .
1118
L e ttr e s d A d y a r
1269
L ib r a in fa n o
1048
L ib e r a tio n - o ld a n d n e w
1297
L ib e r a to r
1551
L ife
1408
L ife a n d fo r m s 9 2 5
L ife a n d th e eg o : n o te s o f t a lk s w ith
K r ish n a m u r ti
1525
L ife b e y o n d fo r m s
1273
L ife is th e te a c h e r
1464
L ife o f A n n ie B e sa n t 8 1 6
L ife, th e o n ly te a c h e r
1174
L ifes d e e p e r a s p e c ts 773
L ig h t o f th e S ta r 8 6 9
L im ite s d e l'a n a ly se e n p h y s iq u e e t en
p s y c h o lo g ie
1198
L is te n
1471
L is te n in g t o K r ish n a ji 9 5 0
L iv e s o f A lc y o n e 5 3 5
L iv in g o n a sta r 818
L iv in g Z e n
669
L u c id it , a n a ly s e et ju g e m e n t
Lui 764

1019

M a g ic ie n s e t illu m in s 6 8 6
M a tr e s e t la S o c i t T h o s o p h iq u e 9 9 2
M a n a g a in s t m a n
1280
M a n K r ish n a ji
1287
M a n , n a tu r e , r e a lity , in th e t e a c h in g s o f
K r ish n a m u r ti 8 2 2 , 1526
M a n ife s te d e la v r it
1052
M a n ife s to 1 2 8 2
M a r c u s e , la p siq u ia tr a y la lib e r a c i n 739

M a s a ll d e l d o lo r (A r m a n d , E m ile )
8 38
M as
a ll
d el
d o lo r
( I g u a la d a
,
M .G .) 6 23
M a ster : m e d ita tio n s in v e r se 6 3 6
M a s te r m u sic ia n : to K r ish n a ji
1543
M a s te r s a n d th e p a th 6 53
M a u v a is e a c tio n d u n p o t e 9 08
M a y I I , 1927
1250
M e a n in g an d r e a lity o f th e sp ir itu a l
life
1503
M e a n in g o f h a p p in e s s 803
M e a n in g o f p e r s o n a l e x is te n c e . . . 7 1 6
M e d ita tio n
1056
M e ltin g
pot
(im p r e s s io n s
of
th e
C am p)
1076
M e m b e r s d ia r y
1312
M e m b e r s im p r e s s io n s
1008
M e m b e r s im p r e ss io n s : th e S ta r C o n
g r e s s, 1924 (H e b e r , L illy ) 1061
M e m b e r s im p r e ss io n s : th e S ta r C o n
g r e ss, 1924 ( H o d s o n , G e o ffr e y ) 1065
M e m b e r s im p r e ss io n s : th e S ta r C o n
g r e s s, 1924 ( R a m a R a o , N .S .)
1420
M e m o ir s , 1 9 0 6 -1 9 6 9 6 03
M e n s a je d e K r ish n a m u r ti
1036
M e s s a g e d e K r ish n a m u r ti (M a u tis ,
G .)
1311
M e s s a g e d e K r ish n a m u r ti (P r e lle , R e
g in a ld d e )
1396
M e s s a g e o f th e S ta r 7 3 1 , 7 3 2 , 733
M e s s ie d e la T h o s o p h ie
1290
M ia tle v r p o n d to u jo u r s . . .
1329
M ig h t-h a v e -b e e n M e s s ia h 981
M ille r o u la p a s s io n d e le s p r it
1483
M in d a n d in te llig e n c e
591
M in d an d tru th
1043
M in d o f J . K r ish n a m u r ti 7 9 4
M in d o f m a n 6 57
M ir r o r
1010
M is s io n o f th e W o r ld -T e a c h e r
1257
Mme
A n n ie
B e sa n t
p arlera
a u jo u r d h u i . . . 1458
M o d e r n a th e is m
1298
M o d e r n In d ia a n d th e W e s t 711
M o d e r n m o n a s te r ie s? 1059
M odern T h eosop h y
76 9
M o i
1044
M o i e t la m o u r
1355
M o n m e en c o l r e
1327
M o n th o f o ffe r in g
1258
M r K r ish n a m u r ti 9 6 5
M r K r ish n a m u r tis h an d : a r e a d in g 9 4 6
M r R a ja g o p a ls A m e r ic a n to u r
1369

169

TITLE INDEX TO WORKS ABOUT KRISHNAMURTI


M rs A n n ie B e sa n t 8 1 5
M rs A n n ie B esa n t: a m o d e m p ro
p het 540
M rs A n n ie B esa n t: a sk e tc h o f her
life . . .
700
M rs A n n ie B esa n t: a s p ir itu a l p ilg r i
m age
1274
M r s A n n ie B e sa n t a n d th e L e a d b e a te r
a d v ic e 595
M rs B e sa n t a n d th e A lc y o n e c a s e 7 9 9
M rs
B e sa n t a n d
th e p r e se n t cri
s is ...
655
M rs B e sa n ts c lo s in g a d d r e ss 8 7 0
M rs B e sa n ts p o lic y
596
M u k ta m a n i j iv a n s a u r a b h
788
M u r d e s J r m ia d e s sera t-il-d p a s s? 9 0 9
M u r s c u la ir e
1006
M u s iq u e d u n e m e 9 4 4
M y c o n c e p t io n o f a W o r ld -T e a c h e r
1232
M y s t r e d e la p e r s o n n e
1214
M y th e s q u i f o n t d v ie r la m o u r

1219

N a k in tc h a n a m o u r ti 9 6 8
N a t io n a lis m in w a y o f p e a c e
1342
N a t io n s a n d th e c o m in g
1243
N a tu r e o f m y stic ism
638
N e p e n s e z q u a u x v iv a n ts
1084
Ne

rep o u ssez

pas

la

p s y c h a n a ly s e

1511
N e e d s o f th e O r d e r 9 4 8
N e ti, n e ti ( n o t th is , n o t th a t) 519
N e u e M e n s c h u n d se in e Z ie le 8 0 0
N ew age
1133
N e w art a n d th e S ta r
1454
N e w c o n s c ie n c e
1331
N ew go sp el o f jo y
1247
N ew h a p p in e s s
1386
N ew id e a l fo r o r g a n iz a tio n
1416
N e w im a g e 543
N e w K r ish n a ji 821
N ew K rish n a ji: a n o te
1519
N e w K rish n a m u rti: a n o te
1520
N ew m an
787
N e w r e a lis a tio n
1409
N e w r e a lm s o f s e lf-d is c o v e r y 9 5 3
N e w r e lig io n s
702
N e w s c h e m e o f w o r k 1418
N e w te a c h e r w a lk s h ills
1370
N e w s a n d n o te s
1046
N e w s le tte r
1347
N e w s le tte r fr o m A d y a r
1394
N e w s le tte r fr o m B e n a r e s
1392

N e w s le tte r o f M r K r ish n a m u r tis v isit


to A u str a lia . . . 1934 6 85
N e w s o f K rish n a jis a c tiv itie s : a le tte r
fr o m O ja i
1275
N e w s o f K r ish n a jis a c tiv itie s : K rish n a ji
in E a st L o n d o n
1265
N ity a 8 4 8
N o s tr a d a m u s . . .
6 78
N o t e o n K r ish n a m u r ti 7 02
N o t e s o n th e S ta r C o n fe r e n c e in t h e S y d
n e y A m p h ith e a tr e 9 7 0
N o t io n d n e r g ie a m o r is a n te . . . 6 7 1 ,
1206
N o t io n d u te m p s c h e z K r ish n a m u r ti
1498
N o t r e r v o lu tio n 911
N o u s le s n o ir s
1163
N o u v e l a c c s la v ie
1508
N o u v e l a c c s d e v ie
1 3 1 5 ,1 5 5 2
N o u v e lle d A d y a r 8 76
N o u v e lle e c c l s ia
1292
O a k G r o v e , S ta r C a m p , O ja i
1412
O c c u lt e x p lo s io n
5 87
O c c u lt in v e s tig a tio n s 6 3 9
O f w h a t a r e y o u afra id ?
1080
O ja i, C a lifo r n ia
1276
O ja i C a m p
1541
O ja i C a m p o f 1930
1532
O ja i C a m p still th r o n g e d
1362
O ja i S ta r C a m p - im p r e ss io n s : th e first
O ja i C a m p
1 172
O ja i S ta r C a m p , 1928
1132
O ja i S ta r C a m p , 1929
1531
O ld m e m o r ie s a n d le tte r s o f A n n ie
B e sa n t 5 49
O m m en 1926
1286
O m m e n 1927
1281
O m m e n , 1 9 2 7 -1 9 2 9
1162
O m m e n , 1928 (B in d le y , J e a n ) 8 99
O m m e n , 1928 ( R o b e r ts , R u th )
1437
O m m e n , 1928 (T e tte m e r , J o h n )
1476
O m m en 1930
1267
O m m e n S ta r C a m p o f 1928
1079
O m m e n S ta r C o n g r e s s . . . 11th A u g u s t,
1925
1363
O n a n e te r n a l v o y a g e
791
O n b e in g a w a r e 805
O n w h o m th e S ta r sh in e s in A m e r i
ca
1485
O n e
governm ent
w o r ld
1364
O ne o f m any
1334
O ne w eek
1559

fo r

th e

w h o le

170

TITLE INDEX TO WORKS ABOUT KRISHNAMURTI

O p e n in g o f th e t o u r
1365
O r d e r a n d a llie d a c tiv itie s
1406
O r d e r o f S ta r C o n v e n t io n m e a n s m u c h
to th e c o u n ty
1366

P o s ie e t s o n d o u b le
P o in t d e v u e d Isr a l
P o in t
de
vue
de
doxe
1007

O r d e r o f th e S ta r
1 0 8 9 ,1 0 9 0
O r d e r o f th e S ta r in th e E a s t, O ja i,
C a lifo r n ia
1405
O r d r e d e lE t o ile d O r ie n t 9 8 9
O r g a n is a tio n a n d a c tiv itie s o f the
O rder. . .
841
O r ig in a lit d e l'o e u v r e d e K r ish n a m u r ti
1196
O r ig in e s
et
la b o u tis s e m e n t
d u n e

P o s t im p r e s s io n s o f th e C a m p
P o u r d fe n d r e P la n t e
1085

d o c t r in e ...
1441
O r t h o d o x ie t h o s a p h iq u e
1301
O u r G e n e r a l S e c r e ta r y 8 4 5
O u r r e s p o n s ib ilitie s
1237
O u r S ta r C a m p C o n g r e s s in O ja i
1095
O u tlin e o f th e p r o p o s e d c o m m u n it y at
E e rd e 8 6 4
O u ts id e r lo o k s a t K r ish n a m u r ti
1108
P adre
1368
P q u e s 1950 a v e c K r ish n a m u r ti
1512
P arcou rs 829
P a s d e s u c c e s s io n a p r s K r ish n a m u r
ti
1226
P a s s a g e d e K r ish n a ji P a r is
1424
P a s s io n o f th e W o r ld S a v io u r
1244
P a s s io n a t e p ilg r im
819
P a st an d p resen t
1497
P a th o f s e r v ic e 8 4 2
P a th t o in n e r p e a c e
1492
P e a c e a n d th e c o lo u r p r o b le m 1421
P e a c e - th r o u g h p o litic s
1400
P e e p in to K r ish n a m u r tis p h ilo s o p h y
641
P e n s e c o n t e m p o r a in e et K r ish n a m u r
ti
1023
P e n s e d e K r ish n a m u r ti (a r tic le )
1016
P e n s e d e K r ish n a m u r ti ( b o o k )
569
P e n s e d e S r i A u r o b in d o
1193
P en se sa n s h o m m e
1538
P e r h a p s,
th e
c o n s u m m a tin g
fr a g
m en t . . .
729
P e tit h o m m e im m e n s e 9 1 0
P e u t- o n d fin ir le M o i? 9 2 8
P h ilo s o p h ic a l t r a d itio n s o f In d ia 751
P h ilo s o p h y o f J. K r ish n a m u r ti
1490
P h ilo s o p h y , T h e o s o p h y , p a r a p s y c h o lo

gy 7 4 0
P h ilo s o p h y w it h o u t te a r s
1449
P la c e o f th e o ld in th e n e w er a
P la y o f th e in fin ite 691

1236

1316
1002
l g lis e

P o u r e n fin ir a v e c lA p o c a ly p s e
Pour
le x is te n c e
d u n e
d u a lit
1349
P o u r la d e u x i m e f o i s . . .
1339
P o u r n e p a s tr e d is c ip le
1020
P o u r q u o i le m o n d e ?
1188

o rth o
1395
1509
non-

P r c is io n s p r o p o s d e g a n th r o p ie
1317
P r c is io n s e t p r o p o s d u la n g a g e d e
K r is h n a m u r ti. . .
830
P r e fa c e (B e s a n t, A n n ie ) 5 3 3
P r e m i r e s d iffic u lt s
1445
P r e m ie r s j o u r s 9 1 6
P r o b le m fa m ily
705
P r o b le m o f su ffe r in g 5 8 4
P r o b l m e d e lim m o r ta lit
1037
P r o b l m e d e la m o r t
1186
P r o b l m e d e la r in c a r n a tio n
1213
P r o b l m e d e la s o u f f r a n c e . . . 1221
P r o b l m e d u t e m p s
1216
P r o file s: J id d u K r ish n a m u r ti
1493
P r o g r s t e c h n iq u e e t im p a s s e s p s y c h o lo
g iq u e s
1218
P r o lo g u e o f th e n e w a g e 9 5 6
P s y c h o lo g ie d e l ta t c r a te u r
1200
P s y c h o lo g y a n d th e S ta r
1293
P s y c h o lo g y o f th e C a m p
1072
P u b lic le c tu r e , A u g u s t 7 th , 1927 88 7
P u b lic le c tu r e d e liv e r e d in L o n d o n . . .
1928
1123
P u r p o s e o f liv in g
501
Q u e lle ta it n o ir e m a l g e n d e
1319
Q u e s t- c e q u e la sp ir itu a lit ? 6 5 9
Q u c s t-c e q u e le N ir v a n a ?
1181
Q u a n d v o u s d s ir e z la v r it . . .
867
Q u e fa u t-il c o u te r ? 5 5 6
Q u e n o u s a p p o r te K r ish n a m u r ti? 1197
Q u e n o u s a p p o r te lO rien t?
1187
Q u e n u s e n s e ig n e K r ish n a m u r ti? 1192
Q u e lq u e s
a s p e c ts
de
la
p en se
K r ish n a m u r tie n n e
1199
Q u e lq u e s id e s su r le tr a v a il T h o s o
p h iq u e
1176
Q u e lq u e s r fle x io n s
1106
Q u e s t f o r t o ta l fr e e d o m - J id d u K r ish
n a m u r ti 1100
Q u est o f a n a n d a 963

171

TITLE INDEX TO WORKS ABOUT KR1SHNAMURTI


Q u ie t m in d
551
Q u o ta t io n f in d e r

563

R a m a n M a h a r s h i a n d J. K r ish n a m u r ti 7 2 3
R a p p o r t d u P r s id e n t A r u n d a le . . . 8 5 7
R a r e c o n v e r s a tio n w ith K rish n a m u r ti
a b o u t th e O ja i V a lle y
1499
R a d a p ta tio n d e s p r in c ip e s v ita u x d e la
S .T .
1423
R e a lis a tio n a n d p e a c e 9 4 7
R e -c d u c a tin g th e p e r s o n a lity
1071
R f le x io n s e t a p h o r is m e s
1348
R f le x io n s la lib r a tio n 9 0 5
R fo r m a te u r h in d o u
987
R e la t if e t a b s o lu K r ish n a m u r ti 6 2 9
R e la tio n s a u n iv e a u p s y c h o lo g iq u e
1208
R e la tio n s h ip a n d lo v e 6 5 8
R e lig io n o f K r ish n a m u r ti, w it h o u t rite,
w it h o u t c h u r c h 9 7 2
R e lig io s e R e v o lu t io n
1452
R e lig io u s o u t lo o k fo r m o d e r n m a n 6 4 0
R e lig io u s te a c h e r t o v isit A d e la id e 1429
R e n c o n tr e d H e n r y M ille r a v e c le z e n
1050
R e n e w y o u r life th r o u g h y o g a 6 2 6
R e n u n c ia tio n a n d c e r e m o n ia l
1168
R p o n s e K r ish n a m u r ti
1553
R p o n s e s q u e lq u e s q u e s tio n s (P a r is
2 4 j u in 1930)
1166
R u n io n s d e S a a n e n
1496
R v la t io n d e s o i 5 6 5
R e v o lt a n d r e v o lu tio n
592
R e v o lu c i n d e lo rea l
1035
R v o lu t io n d u r el 1021
R h a p so d y 933
R ig h t b e g in n in g
747
R ig h t to in te rp ret
1521
R in g o u t th e o ld , r in g in th e n e w
1433
R is h i V a lle y S c h o o l
1434
R itu a lis m e ,
a rt
de
v iv r e
et
s p ir itu a lit
1304
R iv a l K r ish n a m u r ti g r o u p s lo c k e d in
su it
1435
R le d e la p e n s e s e lo n K r ish n a
m u r ti
1190
R u p tu r e
1159
S a g e s , sa in ts a n d A r u n a c h a la R a m a na 789
S a in t S y lv e s tr e 1925
1039
S a n o r K r is h n a m u r ti. . .
586
S c ie n c e o f sp ir itu a lity 6 1 5

S e a r c h f o r fr e e d o m
692
S e c r e t sp r in g s 545
S e e k a n d y e sh a ll fin d
8 93
S e e k in g w is d o m
7 74
S e ig n e u r d e s r e lig io n s d u m o n d e
1426
S e lb s tv e r w ir k lic h u n g V o r t r a g ...
8 34
S e lf -c o n s c io u s n e s s a n d fea r 585
S e lf-d e n ia l m o n th
1404
S e lf-r e a lis a tio n a n d e v o lu t io n
1299
S m in a ir e d tu d e s s p ir it u e lle s . . . (J u il
let 1972)
1227
7 p om es
1535
S e r p e n t o f p a r a d ise 768
S e r v a n ts o f th e S ta r
1231
S e v e n : a n e s sa y in c o n f e s s io n
647
S e x u a lity , m a g ic a n d p e r v e r s io n 6 4 4
S h a d o w a n d th e r e a lity o f th e s p ir itu a l
life
1067
S h o r t b io g r a p h y o f D r A n n ie B esa n t 6 3 7
S h r i J . K r ish n a m u r ti 7 89
S i j ta is P r sid e n t
1529
S ic c o g it o
1444
S ig n ific a n c e o f K r ish n a m u r ti
1122
S ig n ific a t io n d e s p r ires . . .
1034
S ile n c e in t r ie u r 6 7 2
S ile n c e se c o n q u ie r t-il?
1136
S im o n e W eil p le r in d e la b s o lu
S in e w s o f life
1415
6em e
C ongrs
de
lO rd re
lE to ile
1377
S la v e s o f th e g o d s 6 9 0
S o c i t T h o s o p h iq u e . . . 9 8 4
S o c i t
T h o s o p h iq u e
et
m e m b r e s 8 53
Som e
im p r e s s io n s
C am p
1371

of

th e

1353
de

se s
O ja i

S o m e p r o b le m s in th e O r d e r o f th e
S ta r
1414
S o m e r e a s o n s w h y . . . n o t e n d o r se M rs
B e sa n t. , .
594
S o m m e s -n o u s
lib res
ou
e s c la v e s?
1215
S o y o n s n o u s -m m e s 9 2 7
S p e a k in g tree 6 4 9
S p ir itu a l a d v e n tu r e 9 1 7
S p ir itu a l a r is to c r a c y 8 27
S p ir itu a l p e r c e p tio n
1091
S p ir itu a lit d e la m a ti r e 67 3
S p ir itu a lit d e v a n t le fa it s e x u e l
S p o k en w ord
1096
S p o n ta n it d e la v ie
1184
S ta r a n d th e w o r ld
1062

1022

*1

172

TITLE INDEX TO WORKS BY KRISHNAMURTI

S ta r C a m p C o n g r e s s , O m m e n , 1926 8 8 0
S ta r C a m p , 1925
1240
S ta r C a m p sp ir it
1092
S ta r
C on gress
th r o u g h
In d ia n
eyes
1375
S ta r -D a y :
A dyar
D ecem b er
28,
1927
1137
S ta r la n d s in A u str a lia 971
S ta r L e a g u e o f P a r e n ts
1248
S ta r m e e tin g at K r o to n a . . . D e c e m b e r
2 8 th , 1926 881
S ta r m e e tin g c a lle d a t O ja i o n J a n u a r y
11th, 1927
1465
S ta te m e n t b y D r A n n ie B e s a n t . . . 883
S to k o w s k i a n d K r ish n a m u r ti
123
S to r m
1466
S tr a n g e se c ts a n d c u lts 651
S tu d ie b e r K r ish n a m u r ti u n d se in e
W ir k u n g
1450
S u p e r p h y s ic a l 7 1 2
S u p p le m e n t to In b e tw e e n 7 2 8
S u p p le m e n t to T h e r iv e r -n e ss 7 2 0
S u p r e m e id e n tity
804
S u p r e m e sp ir itu a l id e a l 6 4 8
S u r le x is te n t ia lis m e d e S a r tr e
1015
S u r le s r u in e s d u rv e . . .
912
S u r u n a ir d e K r ish n a m u r ti 931
S u r u n o r g u e d e B a r b a r ie 7 7 6
S u r u n e r o u te
1548
S u r v iv e u r : K r ish n a m u r ti
1507
S u ry a n am ask ars
718
S y m b o lis m o f a C a m p
1251

T a g o r e a n d K r ish n a m u r ti 771
T a k in g o f a b o d y b y th e W o r ld T each er 820
T a lk s
on
A t
th e
fe e t
of
th e
M a s te r 6 5 2
T a lk s o n th e p a th o f o c c u ltis m
537
T e a c h e r is h e r e 8 9 2
T e a c h in g s o f K r ish n a m u r ti (H e n d e r
so n , W ) 609
T e a c h in g s o f K r ish n a m u r ti (K r e ts e r , B.
de)
1142
T e a c h in g s o f K r ish n a m u r ti ( M o tw a n i,
K e w a l) 6 9 8
T c n ic a d e la m u ta c i n e s p ir itu a l 1225
T e m p te
1467
T e n th m a n 8 1 0
T h a t d r e a d fu l s c h o o l 7 0 3
T h o r ie e t p r a tiq u e d e l v o lu t io n 1303
T h e o s o p h ic a l S o c ie t y in I n d ia
1477
T h o s o p h ie
650

T h o s o p h ie e s t-e lle i n c o m p a t ib le . . .
1129
T h o s o p h ie e t la v ie 8 52
T h o s o p h ie e t S o c i t T h o s o p h iq u e
1482
T h o s o p h ie tr io m p h a n te 851
T h o s o p h ie , v o ie d e lib r a tio n
1272
T h e o s o p h y an d w o r ld -p r o b le m s 5
T h e o s o p h y a s th e b a sic u n ity o f n a
tio n a l life
10
T h e o s o p h y e x p la in e d
730
T h e r e is 7 8 6
T h e r e is n o e s c a p e 6 2 7 , 6 9 3 , 7 3 7 , 811
T h e r e is n o r e lig io n h ig h e r th a n
tr u th 6 0 0
T h ie v e s o f tim e
1260
T h in k it o v e r
1463
T h ir d
C o n g r e s s . . . O rder
o f th e
S t a r . . . 1924 9 9 4
T h is tim e le s s m o m e n t 621
T h o u g h t fr o m O ja i
1346
T h o u g h t s a r is in g o u t o f K r ish n a m u r tis
t a lk s 993
T h o u g h t s o n A t th e fe e t o f th e
M a s te r 5 1 0
T h o u g h t s o n th e W o r ld -T e a c h e r 8 5 0
T h r e e g r e a t sa g e s 6 98
T h r o u g h E n g lis h e y e s
1279
T h r o u g h th e e y e s o f th e m a ste r s 5 0 9
T im e e x p e r ie n c e
1300
T im e h a s c o m e
1261
T o a p ic tu r e o f K r ish n a ji
1537
T o be y o u n g 681
T o d o , to k n o w , to b e
1249
T o K rish n a ji
1550
T o w h a t d o w e p ray
1383
T o w o r k a s h ard a s th e sp e a k e r 831
T o l r a n c e 6 7 0 , 671
T o u t e s t d it 8 6 6
T r a n s fo r m a tio n d u p r o b l m e . . . 1354
T r a n s fo r m a tio n o f p e r s o n a lity . . . 79 7
T r a n s fo r m in g m in d
5 23
T r a v a il d u p r o c h a in d e m i-s i c le 8 8 4
T r a v e l d ia r y o f a p h ilo s o p h e r 6 43
T r ia l o f M r G a n d h i 8 0 2
T r u e d e s tin y o f m a n 5 53
T r u e e d u c a tio n
1164
T r u th a n d c o m fo r t
1268
T r u th a n d th e p e r s o n a lity
1070
T r u th h a s d iv e r s e fa c e ts 828
T r u th fu ln e s s 5 93
T u es
1549
T w o m e ss e n g e r s, B o u r d e lle a n d K r ish
n a m u r ti 9 2 0

TITLE INDEX TO WORKS BY KRISHNAMURTI


U n b o u n d e d w o r ld s 5 2 0
U n c o n v e n t io n a l s a g e
1 102
U n d e r s ta n d in g
1093
U n ity o f b e in g 543
U n til th e d a w n ( T o K r ish n a ji)
U s e s o f th e p a st

173

W h y th e O r d e r o f th e S ta r sh o u ld b e

1539

514

V e r d a d e r a c o m u n id a d
532
V ers O rn m en 9 0 6
V ers u n h u m a n is m e d e lib r a tio n 1356
V ie d 'A n n ie B e sa n t
1494
V ie in t r ie u r e 9 5 4
V io le n c e e t u to p ie
1185
V o ic e u n v e ile d
1555
V o ie lib re 7 7 7
V o u le z - v o u s n e p a s j o u e r a v e c m o i 1318
V o y a g e o f se lf-d is c o v e r y
1337
W a y o f th e p a r a d o x
798
W e w o n d e r ...
1288
W eek at O m m en 898
W e e k e n d in L ib b e y - t w o t a lk s by
K r ish n a m u r ti
1504
W er ist K r ish n a m u r ti 7 6 6
W h a t a r e K r ish n a m u r tis te a c h in g s? 8 6 2
W h a t is a w a r e n e ss? 6 9 2
W hat
K r ish n a m u r ti h a s m e a n t to
m e 693, 694
W h a t sh a ll w e say?
1407
W h a t th e h e a d o f th e O r d e r w a n ts u s to
be
1344
W h a t th e w o r ld n e e d s
1259
W h a ts J .K .?
1515
W h o s w h o o f In d ia n w r iters 8 1 7
W hy
th e
c o m in g
o f th e
W o r ld T eacher . . .
1 1 7 0 , 1171

a b o lis h e d ...
1173
W ill A m e r ic a n s a c c e p t M r K r ish n a m u r
tis m e ssa g e ? (s y m p o s iu m )
111
W isd o m o f in se c u r ity 805
W ith in y o u is th e k in g d o m 1116
W o rd
1547
W o r k o f th e ru ler a n d th e te a c h e r 5 38
W o r k o f th e th r ee S ta r c e n tr e s , A d y a r ,
O m m e n , O jai
1246
W o r ld b rea th 518
W o r ld o f Z e n
7 60
W o r ld r e lig io n s in e d u c a tio n : H in d u
ism
612
W o rld T e a c h e r (E r ic k s o n , L ars)

1000

W o r ld -T e a c h e r (J in a r a ja d a sa , C ) 6 3 1 ,
1113
W o r ld -T e a c h e r (a s he s e e m s to o n e w h o
h a s n e v e r se e n h im )
1372
W o r ld -T e a c h e r
(in
q u e s tio n s a n d
a n sw e r s) 7 3 1 , 7 3 2 , 7 3 3
W o r ld w ith o u t fr o n tie r s 8 1 2
Y o g a f o r A m e r ic a n s 6 25
Y o g a f o r y o u (B r a g d o n , C la u d e ) 5 47
Y o g a f o r y o u (In d r a D e v i)
625
Y o g a o f b e a u ty 5 2 2
Y o g a : th e k ey to life 6 8 4
Y o u a re n o t th e ta r g e t 6 2 0
Y o u
m u st
first
e s ta b lis h y o u r
g o a l"
10 9 7
Y o u th a n d S ta r lig h t
1455
Z en : a w a y o f life 6 1 6
Z en and
lib e r a tio n
a c c o r d in g
K r ish n a m u r ti 7 48
Z e n a n d r e a lity 741
Z en :
s a g e s s e d E x tr m e -O r ie n t

to

674