Jiddu Krishnamurti was one of the paramount spiritual leaders of the 20th century. When he was just a little boy, he was pronounced as the ‘teacher who would deliver the world’. This declaration was made by Dr. Annie Besant, the-then president of the Theosophical Society. To prepare the world for his wisdoms, an organization called ‘Order of the Star in the East’ was formed and young Krishnamurti was placed as the organization’s head. Despite enduring two decades of laborious training for the role, he rejected the title and set out on his psychic expedition. For nearly 60 years after setting out on his quest, he travelled the world, giving discourses to large audiences and to individuals about the need for a fundamental alteration in the world. He did not develop any attitude or religion, but rather discoursed about the apprehensions of daily life and the necessity for mankind to free itself from the encumbrances of fear, anxiety, sorrow, jealousy and anger. He was not a part of any religious group and desired to be diplomatic with his choice of words and even his teachings. At the time of his death, he left behind a great legacy; one that entailed all his teachings, discourses and literature in the form of recorded talks, interviews, letters and publications.