3 edition of Sri Aurobindo on Himself found in the catalog.
Sri Aurobindo on Himself
by Auromere Books
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||512|
The Secret of The Veda (SoV) is a unique and seminal work of Sri Aurobindo. The book was published in instalments between in the Arya journal. By this period, Indological studies had caused severe damage to the reputation of the Vedas. Misperception about the Vedas had ripened in the minds of Indians who were subject to ‘modern. The Biography The Lives of S Aurobindo sparked off a controversy on the Life of Sri Aurobindo,Freedom Fighter,,Winner of the Nobel Prize for Literature for his ‘Gitanjali‘ and a Great Mystic, by Peter Heehs.. Peter Heehs was himself a follower of Sri Aurobindo and a Member of Sri Aurobindo Ashram in Pondicherry,India, since The Book was published by the Columbia .
Later on, Sri Aurobindo himself enquired and learning from Champaklal about the result, he enjoyed the joke and laughed aloud. The Mother however in her turn said, “Oh, they became so nervous, I tried all the while to make them steady, but of no use/5(). Sri Aurobindo was the most prolific writer-guru (68 published volumes of densely brilliant erudition) that India ever produced - until Rajneesh. And yet, curiously he said and wrote what he had to communicate in just six and a half years - between August and January - and then never wrote a word and. Sri Aurobindo was a scholar, a literary critic, a philosopher, a revolutionary, a poet, and a yogi. Born on 15 August in Kolkata, he spent the initial part of his life, fighting for the basic rights of humanity (for his countrymen).In his later life the aim of his sadhanawas for India and the entire mankind to .
Back of the Book Nirodbaran is a disciple of Sri Aurobindo who had the great privilege of serving him for twelve years as his literary secretary and, before this, of carrying on a ling correspondence with him. Sri Aurobindo often expressed himself in a humorous way, full of light-hearted banter and repartee. In this compilation only those extracts, which are exclusively humorous, have been taken. "Sri Aurobindo or The Adventure of Consciousness" is one of the most remarkable books written by Satprem. It has particular appeal to the westerners, who approach yoga subject trough the mind. Many, many seekers on the path of the Integral Yoga came to know about Sri Aurobindo and received the first touch of the Mother's. Sri Aurobindo: a glimpse 1. Sri Aurobindo was born on August 15th, in Calcutta. His grandfather, Rishi Rajnarayan Bose, was a patriot of the deepest dye and a pioneer of India's renaissance. His daughter, Swarnalata, became Sri Aurobindo's mother. Sri Aurobindo's father. Dr. K. D. Ghose, was to all outer appearances completely anglicised.
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SyntaxTextGen not activated** For a pdf complete statement about Sri Aurobindo's political life see Vol On Himself, pp.
The above life-sketch is taken from Vol. 30 of the Sri Aurobindo Book Centennary Library, publishedcopyright Sri Aurobindo Ashram.The Teaching of Sri Aurobindo by Himself () (09 Kb) and Sri Aurobindo: L'enseignement de Sri Aurobindo (écrit par lui-même en ) (16 Kb) Version française / French translation Overview: a compilation on Integral (or Complete) Transformation in Sri Aurobindo's Works between andchronologically arranged.By Marcheven before finishing the tenth book, Ebook Aurobindo had begun to ebook this notebook for preliminary work on Book Seven.
The scribe was not asked to copy the semi-legible handwriting of the draft. Instead, Sri Aurobindo dictated to him the lines he had jotted down, often in a Page –