Krishnamurti-The Years of Awakening

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Title:Krishnamurti-The Years of Awakening


Author:Mary Lutyens


Publisher:Rider and Company

Publish Year:1984


Cover:Paper Back



Remarks:B&W photographs with illustrations. Bibliography and index. No dust jacket and the book is in good conditions. There is no any marks, stains ,damages or worn outs.




Price:USD 18.82

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  • Mary Lutyens was born in London, the fourth and youngest daughter of the architect Edwin Lutyens, and his wife Emily Bulwer-Lytton. Emily was the daughter of Robert Bulwer-Lytton, Viceroy of India, and the granddaughter of the writer and politician Edward Bulwer-Lytton. Mary was the younger sister of the composer Elisabeth Lutyens.
    As a child Mary spent time with her maternal grandmother Edith, the former vicereine, who lived at Knebworth, thirty miles from London, with her daughter the suffragette Constance Bulwer-Lytton. Edwin Lutyens had designed a dower house for his mother-in-law called Homewood.
    As a result of her mother's interest in theosophy, Mary met Krishnamurti when she was a child: she knew him from 1911 until his death in 1986.
    The Manor, Mosman, New South Wales, Australia
    In the 1920s, her father was working on his buildings at Delhi. Mary visited India with her mother and went to Australia, staying at The Manor, a centre run by Charles Webster Leadbeater in Mosman, New South Wales,[4] while Krishnamurti and his brother Nitya stayed at another house nearby. Lutyens stayed there for some time, which eventually provided her with material for her book Krishnamurti: The Years of Awakening

    Mary Lutyens

    MARY LUTYENS, who became the acknowledged world expert and writer on the Indian spiritual philosopher Krishnamurti, was only two years old when her mother, Lady Emily Lutyens, became a theosophist.
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