Krishnamurti Foundation India

Books (KFI Publications)

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What does fear do to you?

what_does_fear_do_to_youThis book is part of the "Krishnamurti for the Young" book series designed to help the young to understand and deal with the world within themselves - the world of hurts, fears, pleasures, ambitions, success, failures and so on. 

Other books in this series are:

  • What does freedom mean?
  • What is it to care?

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What does freedom mean?

what_does_freedom_meanThis book is part of the "Krishnamurti for the Young" book series designed to help the young to understand and deal with the world within themselves - the world of hurts, fears, pleasures, ambitions, success, failures and so on. 

Other books in this series are:

  • What does fear do to you?
  • What is it to care?

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What is it to care?

what_is_it_to_careThis book is part of the "Krishnamurti for the Young" book series designed to help the young to understand and deal with the world within themselves - the world of hurts, fears, pleasures, ambitions, success, failures and so on. 

Other books in this series are:

  • What does freedom mean?
  • What does fear do to you?

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Why are you being educated?

why_are_you_being_educatedThis book consists of six talks that Jiddu Krishnamurti gave at Indian universities and the Indian Institute of Technology (IITs)between 1969 and 1984. Krishnamurti’s chief concern here is to awaken students to the fact that the pursuit of knowledge does not liberate man from his ignorance of himself. 

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You are the World

you are the worldThere is today a strange and deep discontent among the young people. Responding to this malaise, the words of J. Krishnamurti direct each person to become his own teacher as well as his own disciple. He asks us to use his words as mirror to look at ourselves as we actually are and to see the totality of existence. To look in such a manner, the mind must be completely free – not bound by authority of any kind.

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