>is anyone familiar with a biography of Krishnamurti called Lives the
>Shadow. I think that is the title. I wanted to know the authors name to
>find the book which I have thus far been unable to locate (Maybe it doesn't
>exist and I misunderstood something) Also, are there any other good books
>on Krishnamurti that can be reccommended?
I think Aurobindo has written a book called "The secret of Vedanta".
There are a lot of good books by J.K.
"The commentaries on Living" has 3 volumes. These are taken from his notebooks.
"Pupul Jayakar" has also written one book about him.
"Freedom from the Known" is also a good by J.K.
"Krishnamurti on Education" , "Beginning of learning" are some of the books
you may want to try.
"The seer who walks alone" is a famous documentary made by the late director
"Aravindan". This documentary also got the national award.
There are couple of books by "Mary Lutyens" published by the "Penguin"