J. Krishnamurti & a World in Crisis has been created to share Krishnamurti's incisive insights on the nature of this crisis. It is an interactive display of passages from his works spanning six decades, juxtaposed with photo-journalistic material from across the world that candidly captures the confounded confusion that is our everyday world, and provokes us to confront the crisis within.
Conceived, designed and put together by Vikram Parchure for the Teachings Dissemination Programme, Krishnamurti Foundation India, this humanitarian and wholly charitable project would hardly have been possible without the generosity of the copyright holders of the Krishnamurti legacy, donors, and the many professional and amateur photographers for the use of their work.
The exhibition, which is comprised of 24 panels each with an accompanying worksheet, was first published in English. Since then the panels have been translated into a number of other languages. Presently, the exhibition is available in: English, Dutch, Thai, Spanish, French, German, Russian, Chinese, Czech, Greek and several Indian languages (Hindi, Marathi, Kannada, Tamil and Telugu).
The entire set of English panels and a sampling of other currently available language versions can be viewed and/or downloaded below. For copies of the corresponding worksheets, please write to Vikram Parchure at firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information regarding the worksheets that accompany this project or to request a complete set of the panels in this language, write to Vikram Parchure at email@example.com