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U.G. Krishnamurti

1918 -


The anti-guru, the nihilist of enlightenment.

He says that realization can't be made to happen, that it's a calamity, that if you knew what it's like, you wouldn't want it.

He tells people not to listen to him. It can't help, he says.

People listen anyway; his words are fascinating.




U.G. Krishnamurti's Meeting With Ramana Maharshi

Krishnamurti describes the impression that India's most famous sage, Ramana Maharshi, made on him: not much.

The Mystique of Enlightenment: Part One
Krishnamurti's autobiography, in which he describes his awakening.



U.G. Krishnamurti Page (Published by Anthony Nahas)

Extraordinary site with full text of many of Krishnamurti's books in several languages. (This site is so well done, it would do credit to a university library.)

The Essential U.G.
Quotes, photos, and videos.


This page was published on January 29, 2000 and last revised on May 8, 2000.

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