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Sri Aurobindo, a critical introduction
On the life and philosophy of Aurobindo Ghose, 1872-1950, Indian philosopher.
|Statement||Prema Nandakumar ; foreword by M.K. Naik.|
|LC Classifications||BL1273.892.G56 N36 1988|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 116 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||116|
|LC Control Number||88900609|
In the hour of God cleanse thy soul of all self-deceit and hypocrisy and vain self-flattering that thou mayst look straight into thy spirit and hear that which summons it. All insincerity of nature, once thy defence against the eye of the Master and the light of the ideal, becomes now a gap in thy armour and invites the blow. Sri Aurobindo’s poetry is meant to bridge the present and the future, self – divided present life and Life Devine that is to be. Songs to Myrtilla and Urvasie are his earlier poems published respectively in and in the life Divine or the way to Yogic feats is an evaluation of thought through love which is traced even from his earlier : Ardhendu De.
Ancient Bhagavad Gita: Original Text of Verses, with Critical Introduction Ekkirala Vedavyas United Social Cultural and Educational Foundation of India, - Bhagavadgītā - pages. Written for young readers, this biography of Sri Aurobindo presents the historical facts of his life in twelve chapters. The language is simple and the format, which breaks the narrative into easy-to-read lines, adds a special cadence and appeal/5.
In , Sri Aurobindo, as he came to be called, retired into seclusion. He put in charge of his disciples his spiritual consort, Mira Richard (–), a French-born woman of Egyptian descent who had joined him in Pondicherry in His seclusion marked the official establishment of his spiritual community, or ashram. —Sri Aurobindo For everyone interested in the philosophical and spiritual vision of the great Indian thinker Sri Aurobindo, the revolutionary turned yogi, this outstanding collection of masterly introductions, first published in , offers original reflections and interpretations of Sri Aurobindo’s six major works, all written by.
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An introduction to the main principles of Aurobindo's philosophy and. Sri Aurobindo is able to construct this dichotomy as the essence of the relationship between the human being and the divine. The basic idea that is taken.
Sri Aurobindo and the New Thought in Indian Politics: Being a Study in the Ideas of Indian Nationalism Based on the Rare Writings of Sri Aurobindo in the Daily Bande Mataram During the Years Sri Aurobindo. Out of Stock. A critical introduction in the case of a new anthology is a common practice, and, I believe, would be our biggest tribute to Sri Aurobindo as the foremost intellectual of our century.
As one goes through the volume, again and again, one is struck by the underlying continuity and supreme relevance of Sri Aurobindo's thoughts and ideas to our.
Sri Aurobindo Information " Aurobindo's unique contribution to human potential and growth developed through his integration of Western and Eastern cultures. He brought the energy and vision of the West, with its focus on the perfection of the physical, material and mental areas of human life together with the spiritual development and.
Books - Integral Yoga/ Mother & Sri Aurobindo Savitri: La scoperta dell'Anima e la vittoria sulla Morte An Introduction to the Integral Yoga: Sri Aurobindo's Vis. Ken Wilber's work now spans two decades, from The Atman Project (), to A Theory of Everything (), and it includes some 20 books.
In most of these books Sri Aurobindo's work, especially The Life Divine and The Synthesis of Yoga, are referenced, and his language of integral transformation and spiritual evolution is frequently used. It seems to many, in fact, that. Her published works include titles like ‘A Study of Savitri’, ‘The Glory and the Good’, ‘Dante and Sri Aurobindo’, ‘Subramania Bharati’, ‘Sri Aurobindo: A Critical Introduction’, ‘The Mother of Sri Aurobindo Ashram’ etc.
Sri Aurobindo. Abstract. Philosopher Aurobindo () can be viewed as a 20 th century renaissance person. Born in Kolkata, India, Aurobindo was educated at Cambridge University. He was an intellectual who intensely analyzed human and social evolution. The present paper highlights the philosophical contributions of Shri Aurobindo Ghosh to.
A critical study of Sri Aurobindo Ghosh’s contribution to the field of yoga. A comparative study of Sri Aurobindo Ghosh and Rabinder Nath Tagore with reference to conceptions of human nature and educational ideas.
A critical study of Sri Aurobindo Ghosh’s contribution to the field of his concept of integral educationFile Size: 98KB. Sri Aurobindo and the Synthesis of Yoga 6. Sri Aurobindo and the Indian Tradition 7. The Philosophy of Sri Aurobindo 8.
The Poetry of Sri Aurobindo 9. Sri Aurobindo and Man’s Socio-Political Development The Teachings of Sri Aurobindo.
MODULE – II. Sri Aurobindo’s Concept of Human Unity 2. Sri Aurobindo on Education 3. Sri Aurobindo. This book of selections from the writings and talks of Sri Aurobindo and the Mother presents their insights into the causes and cure of illness.
It examines the mechanism of illness primarily from a psychological point of view, taking into account the whole of our being including much that is beyond the range of our normal awareness.
Sri Aurobindo Biography. Sri Aurobindo ( – ) was a key figure in the early movement for Indian Independence. He was arrested by the British on charges of sedition and after a deep spiritual experience in jail, he left politics to pursue a path of spiritual seeking.
Six pillars: introductions to the major works of Sri Aurobindo. [Robert A McDermott;] Berry. -- The vision of the Purushottama in Essays on the Gita, by Thomas J. Hopkins. -- A new yoga for a new age: a critical introduction to The synthesis of yoga, by J.
Bruce Long. -- A pragmatic approach to The human cycle, by Eugene Fontinell.Introduction by Joy Stocke. pages. paperback. Lindisfarne Books $ At his passing Georges Van Vrekhem left a number of unpublished essays behind. Some of them were based on his talks in Auroville at the end ofwhen he embarked on a second series of lectures on a wide variety of topics related to Sri Aurobindo and the Mother.About the Book Revolutionary, philosopher, litterateur, and seer, Sri Aurobindo remains oneof the brightest minds India has ever had.
This book captures the evolution of his thought through excerpts from his political articles and speeches, essays, talks with and letters to disciples, and public messages- presented chronologically. It includes his views on Iawaharlal Nehru and .