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J. Krishnamurti (Makers of Indian Literature)

 
Shanta Rameshwar Rao (Author)
Synopsis

This book is a very brief account of the life of a man who refused to be a guru, a leader, a teacher, though thousands of people came to listen to him, sought to follow him and hoped to be fundamentally transformed by his words. But his message was always that the word was not the thing, the description not the described. He likened himself to a wayfarer, who points out the way to one who seeks it. That, he said, was all. He refused steadfastly to be deified or worshipped. This small book is a condensation of the notes made by the author from the talks of J.K. she listened to and the books she read, the visits she made to the Krishnamurti schools and the conversations she had with the people close to him. The reader may discover in it that K's life and words are themselves an enquiry into the root causes of violence—and that, in the enquiry itself, perhaps, lies the answer.

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About the author

Shanta Rameshwar Rao

Shanta Rameshwar Rao is one of India's finest writers. She writes for both children and adults, and indeed her work can be read by both with equal enjoyment. Her first book Tales of Ancient India was reprinted several times, and has now been adapted as a supplementary reader for schools. It has also been published in the UK. Other books by her are The Bulbul's Ruby Nose-ring and other stories, Chathu the Elephant Boy (with Karoor Neelakantha Pillai), Seethu, and The Mahabharata and in Worship of Shiva. (The last two titles are available in this series). Her novel Children of God has received wide acclaim. Her most recent book is The Rainmaker and Other Stories. In 1961 Mrs. Rameshwar Rao founded the Vidyaranya School in Hyderabad. She continues to teach in and to direct the school. In her capacity as teacher and educationist she has also written several books for use in the classroom at both school and college level. Born in Mercara educated in Patna, Hyderabad and Lucknow, she lives and works in Hyderabad.

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Bibliographic information

Title J. Krishnamurti (Makers of Indian Literature)
Format Softcover
Date published: 31.12.2017
Edition 1st ed.
Publisher Sahitya Akademi
Language: English
isbn 9788126019977
length 128p., 8.50 X 5.50cm.