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Publishing project

THE KRISHNAMURTI Foundation India (KFI) and the Krishnamurti Foundation of America (KFA) are launching a major publishing project, "The Complete Teachings of J. Krishnamurti," an authorised, definitive edition as defined and delivered by Jiddu Krishnamurti himself.

This undertaking will bring together — in print and electronic projects — the many texts, both spoken and written that Krishnamurti produced.

It will consist of public talks, question and answer meetings, dialogue with invited participants, small and large group conversations, radio and television interviews, writings and talks on education, seminars, statements, notes and poems. The Foundations envision worldwide distribution of the 75 volumes, especially to university and public libraries.

A worldwide campaign has been started to raise $ 2,500,000 for this project. Donations are exempt from tax to the permissible extent.

For details, contact: The secretary, Krishnamurti Foundation of India, Vasanta Vihar, 124, Greenways Road, R. A. Puram, Chennai - 600 028 (e-mail: kfihg@md2.vsnl.net.in).

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