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U.G. Krishnamurti’s teachings pose a great challenge to the religious traditions all over the world. What UG said was outside the field of teachability. In point of fact, there was no teacher, no taught and thereby no teaching. There was no symbolism, no metaphysics, no mysticism involved in his words. He meant what he said, literally. This book is a collection of his quotations.

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ISBN

978-93-5302-482-6

Pages

214

Size

5.50 in x 8.50 in

Format

Paperback

About The Author

Arun Babani

Arun Babani

Arun Babani has a Masters degree in Eastern Philosophy from Mumbai University. He is a journalist and a writer. He has written a book of spiritual essays titled Return to Innocence and two books of poems in Sindhi. His articles have been published in many newspapers and magazines including Debonair, Weekend and DNA. He lives in Mumbai with his wife and son.

U.G. Krishnamurti’s teachings pose a great challenge to the religious traditions all over the world. What UG said was outside the field of teachability. In point of fact, there was no teacher, no taught and thereby no teaching. There was no symbolism, no metaphysics, no mysticism involved in his words. He meant what he said, literally. This book is a collection of his quotations

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