From Kabir to Krishnamurti is a far cry. For they are separated one from
the other by over five centuries. But quantitative measurement of this distance
has a qualitative aspect which cannot be measured in any time-scale. Two great
seers lived in two completely different worlds--with no comparison between the
two. And yet they expressed their thoughts and experience not only in a similar
language but almost in identical terms. In these two streams of thought
represented by Kabir and Krishnaji, the authors note a fascinating parallelism.
These streams run parallel to each other--and yet they meet from time to
time--at the intersections between the two approaches to life. J. Krishnamurti
and Sant Kabir focuses on these meeting points between the two approaches to
life. The book also presents the intersections between the writings and sayings
of Kabir and Krishnaji.
About the Author:
Rohit Mehta was founder of the Socialist Party of India.
He holds the position of International Secretary of the Society when Dr. G.S.
Arundale was the President and General Secretary of the Society for India. Mehta
has also been a member of the U.P. Universities Commission. He has travelled
widely in almost all parts of the world as a lecturer speaking on Religion,
Philosophy, Yoga, Psychology, Education, etc.