|Location||Sukarit Globular Cluster|
|Diameter|| 17,120 km |
|Water surface area||62%|
|Climate||Temperate to artic|
Krishnamurti is a remote and uninhabitated world.
During the Commonwealth era, Krishnamurti's (formally known as Kalfus IV) isolation made it an ideal location for the newly formed People of the Way to establish the young religion's first Novitiate in CY 9892. Krishnamurti remained a major center of Wayist learning and activity during the Long Night. While some in the Wayist hierarchy proposed opening the planet to outside visitors seeking spiritual enlightenment or natural wonder, (the planet's Shouting Cliffs are famous throughout known space) the move was strongly opposed by the Novitiate's administrators.
- Jiddu Krishnamurti (May 12, 1895–February 17, 1986) was a well-known writer and speaker on fundamental philosophical and spiritual subjects, such as the purpose of meditation, human relationships, and how to enact positive change in global society. (Wikipedia)