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The Krishnamurti Centre

The Krishnamurti Centre

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With instructions from Krishnamurti, the Centre was designed by the architect Keith Critchlow in 1985 and is set in over forty acres of grounds in the peaceful countryside of Hampshire, England. The Krishnamurti Centre has nineteen en-suite rooms, a library, lounge, quiet room, conservatory, video rooms and dining area. All meals are vegetarian. There is no guidance or structured activity outside the Theme Weekends or Study Retreats, and guests can arrange their own study programme, use the library, walk in the grounds or inquire informally with others.

Day guests may use the Centre’s facilities without charge, and, by prior arrangement, have lunch for which there is a charge. Interested groups can contact us to discuss a study programme.

The Centre’s collection of books, audio and visual recordings in many languages, is available for all guests. The library contains copies of all Krishnamurti’s books and a searchable index of edited Krishnamurti material. There are two video rooms and portable audio and video players available for guests to use. The bookshop stocks a comprehensive selection of Krishnamurti material for sale in many formats.

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Contact information

The Krishnamurti Centre
Brockwood Park Bramdean
SO24 0LQ Alresford, Hampshire
United Kingdom
Phone: 01962 771748

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