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Two old photographs of Krishnamurti (1920s)

Two old photographs of Krishnamurti (1920s)

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Two original photographs of the great Indian thinker Krishnamurti whose main concern was education.

  • Two original photographs of Krishnamurti, one of them with Annie Besant in Ommen, Netherlands, for the opening of a spiritual colony called "Sterkamp".
  • 1920s.
  • Good state.

Krishnamurti (1895 - 1986) was one of the main Indian thinkers. Like Tagore, he also attracted large audiences around the world, with education always being one of his concerns. He founded several schools in different parts of the world where children, young people and adults could learn together to live a daily life of understanding their relationship with the world and with other human beings. Elvis Presley was one of his famous followers.

At the beginning of the 20th century, in the Netherlands, there were already many people looking for peace and a new spirituality, especially after the First World War in which the Netherlands remained neutral. And when thinkers "from the colonies" like Krishnamurti and Tagore came to Europe, they were warmly welcomed as bearers of some enlightenment and spirituality.

There are two unpublished photographs showing one of the main Indian thinkers.

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