Photo Album

Other image sets:

E Perrine's 1963 Tour set
J Lovelace slides
H Singh slides
East-West Collection
Collected images from Sat Sandesh

Click on an image to see a larger version:

A new (Jan 2012) set of portrait images: 

These files are apparently from an early US published calendar ... if someone has the calendar, a higher resolution set of these images would be greatly appreciated.

These four rows of images are scanned from publications:

Images from "Satsang by the roadside" published in February 1976 issue of Sat Sandesh

and these images are from photos:


MPEG "movies" - short video clips in the .mpg format

Two versions of a short MPEG "movie" of Kirpal Singh at his home in Rajpur ...
 taken during the early 1970's  Rajpur70s.mpg
  (File size: 1.3M)  Rajpur70s2.mpg  (File size: .8M)

Rajpur Road 1967
1967 Rajpur Road
 Rajpur67.mpg (File size: 2.2M)
Sawan Ashram 1968
1968 Sawan Ashram - during the "Morning Talks" recordings
SawanAshram68-1.mpg (file size: 2.0M)  SawanAshram68-2.mpg (file size 1.9M)

The original scans of the following images are available for printing, etc. Click on thumbnail to retreive file.


"BD02.JPG" 750 x 1000 greyscale 114k

"Tea150.jpg" 1468 x 1185 x 24 bit color 173K
"Tour150.jpg" 1408 x 1145 x 24 bit color 143K

"Worksite150.jpg 1508 x 1170 x 24 bit color 340K

"Rajpur_garden.jpg" 1024x768 x 24bit color 325K

"ksjtbw2.jpg" 1728x1360x256 greyscale .jpg file 290K

"ksjtbw1.jpg" 1713x1360x256 greyscale .jpg file 446k

"kirpal1-150.jpg" 1020 x 1488 x 24 bit color .jpg 176k

"pray_150.jpg" 1004 x 1408 x 256 greyscale .jpg file 150K

"pray2_100.jpg" 735 x 935 x 256 greyscale .jpg file 355K

"bd99_100.jpg" 396 x 592 x 256 greyscale .jpg file 159K

"bd2k.jpg" 494 x 694 x 256 greyscale .jpg file 153K

"bd2001_org.jpg" 1160x1513 x 24 bit color 175k
"BeneathJasmine.jpg" 1000 x 1232 x 24bit color 90K
"AjmeerGarden.jpg" 1067 x 711 x 24bit color 825k
"albw1.jpg" 1080 x 1448 x 8bit grey 81K

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