Krishnamurti: 100 Years is an illustrated biography that includes recollections from many people whose lives were transformed by this remarkable teacher. Krishnamurti's life story is of such vast, even mythic dimensions, that no single person can tell it. Thus, author Evelyne Blau turns to a group of witnesses such as Aldous Huxley, Joseph Campbell, Henry Miller and Van Morrison, to name a few, who reveal their personal recollections of this remarkable man.Here is a visionary book, published in the centennial year of Krishnamurtis birth, that finds a new way to tell the astonishing story of a slight boy whose life ultimately changed the way many of us view the world. Evelyne Blau describes the beauty of this remarkable book in its preface, This book, through its witnesses, speaks with many voices and although they may not totally convey the full flower of this remarkable man and his teachings."
Publisher: Stewart, Tabori & Chang
Current publication: 1995
Pages count: 284
First published: 1995