Ullmana Puratchi

A translation of the series of ten talks given by Krishnamurti in Bombay in the year 1953. The title, which means ‘a revolution in the unconscious mind’ reflects Krishnamurti’s main theme in the series, the source of which is The Collected Works of J. Krishnamurti, Vol VII.

“What brings about freedom is when the conscious mind is quiet, when the whole being is quiet with the fact—with the fact of lonelinesss, with the fact of fear, with the fact that ‘I hate,’ with the fact that ‘I am ambitious.’ When the mind is silent with the fact, then there is an unconscious revolution,” says Krishnamurti in this book.

The Tamil translation has been done by S. Rajeswari and published in 2007 by Narmada Pathipagam, Chennai. You may buy this book from leading bookstores in Tamil Nadu or order it from Narmadha Pathipagam, 10 Nana Street, Pondy Bazar, T.Nagar, Chennai—600 017.