If the Beatles or the Sixties had a message, it was learn to swim. Period. And once you learn to swim, swim. You make your own dream.

That’s the Beatles’ story, isn’t it?

John Lennon

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A Magical Week in 1968

The Super Deluxe and Special Limited Edition collector’s box sets celebrate the unparalleled majesty of the Beatles’ music and creativity, as well as the intimacy of Paul Saltzman’s unique photographs and candid text.

 
Special Limited Edition $325

Signed and numbered Limited Edition, only 1968 copies

105 pages, including 69 of colour photographs, 12 copper and 5 vellum pages, and 28 mehndi designs

Padded hardcover Japanese Saifu hand-bound book 14.5" × 11″

Encased in a 18.5" × 14″ clamshell box wrapped in Japanese Saifu

DVD: Paul Saltzman interview, photo gallery, slideshow, extra footage

CD: Craig Pruess’ exquisite Beatles music on sitar

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Meet The Beatles and their Friends

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Super Deluxe Limited Edition $875

Signed and numbered Limited Edition, only 350 copies

105 pages, including 69 of colour photographs, 12 copper and 5 vellum pages, and 28 mehndi designs

Full leather, padded hardcover hand-bound book 14.5" × 11″

Encased in a 18.5" × 14″ clamshell box wrapped in Japanese Asahi silk

Limited Edition 11" x 14" museum-quality C-print photo: The Beatles in Rishikesh (limited to 350 prints, $800 value)

DVD: Paul Saltzman interview, photo gallery, slideshow, extra footage

CD: Craig Pruess’ exquisite Beatles music on sitar

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Paul’s Life Changing Encounter

Paul Saltzman is a two-time Emmy Award-winning, Toronto-based director-producer of over 300 film and television productions. In 1968, he learned meditation at the Maharishi Mahesh Yogi’s ashram in India, an experience that changed his life. There, he photographed the Beatles, Jane Asher, Cynthia Lennon, Pattie Boyd Harrison, Maureen Starkey, Mia Farrow, Donovan, Mal Evans and Mike Love.

Meet Paul

 

The year after Sgt Pepper, the Beatles came to India.

In 1968, the Beatles travelled to India to find something that all their fame and fortune could not give them. They went to find inner peace. It was a time of creativity and a time of change. In 7 short weeks at the ashram they wrote 48 songs.

Not knowing they were there, I had arrived to learn meditation, desperate to heal a broken heart. We hung out together for a week. The meditation was life-changing, as was meeting the Beatles. It was a deeply private experience and back home I put the 54 photos I had taken away in a box and forgot about them for 32 years.

It is my pleasure now to share them with you.