The Years of Fulfilment narrates Krishnamurti’s mature years after his break with Theosophy, from the early 1930s to 1980. The 2nd volume of Mary Lutyens biography of Krishnamurti, it covers the period from 1935 to 1980.
On 3 August 1929, a young man considered by thousands to be the new Messiah shocked the world by denying his divinity. In a dramatic announcement, the brilliant, charismatic spiritual leader began an astonishing journey toward "completeness" that would alter his mind and his body. A gentle, unassuming teacher, over the next half-century he would carry a much-needed message to most parts of the world, inspiring the likes of Nehru, Aldous Huxley, George Bernard Shaw and the Dalai Lama with an extraordinary philosophy of enlightenment and truth.
From Mary Lutyens comes an intimate, comprehensive and affecting account of the middle years of a great and beloved religious figure whose remarkable life touched millions.
The other volumes are: Krishnamurti: The Years of Fulfillment Krishnamurti: The Open Door and The Life and Death of Krishnamurti. This volume includes a detailed outline of significant events in the appendix. Black and white photos
Publisher: Krishnamurti Foundation Trust
Current publication: 2003
Pages count: 248
First published: 1983