5 edition of Sri Aurobindo, a contemporary reader found in the catalog.
Sri Aurobindo, a contemporary reader
Compilation of selected writings of a philosopher; includes a commentary on his writings.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -228) and index.
|Other titles||Aurobindo, a contemporary reader|
|Statement||[edited by] Sachidananda Mohanty.|
|LC Classifications||B5134.G421 M (B-BJ5)+|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 235 p. :|
|Number of Pages||235|
|LC Control Number||2008335233|
Santosh Krinsky has endeavored to make Sri Aurobindo's teachings relevant and readable to the very different audience today, without compromising the essence of his teaching. I do not think that any other writer in America has better represented Aurobindo's teachings today than Santosh. Th. As presented here, The Philosophy of Evolution, is a compendium of lectures presented by Rod Hemsell at the University of Human Unity in Auroville in , , and The main thrust of Sri Aurobindo's yoga has always been toward an active participation in the human evolution and this is t.
First published in USA, by Houghton Mifflin Company, Also see, Sri Aurobindo: A Contemporary Reader by Sachidananda Mohanty, Routledge,; rpt, pp ] Ghosh continues: The President read the words of Sri Aurobindo’s last testament several times over and said: ‘Surely there must be some typing mistake here. Savitri: A Legend and a Symbol, Sri Aurobindo's greatest odyssey of the spirit, is an unparalleled vision in modern times. It is, in the Mother's words, "the prophetic vision of the world's history, including the announcement of the earth's future.".
VOLUME ONE (BOOK I: CHAPTERS I-VI) CHAPTERWISE SUMMARY TALKS by ANANDA REDDY pp x Sri Aurobindo Centre for Advanced Research Price: $ order info This book is a transcribed edited version of talks delivered by the author on the first six chapters of Sri Aurobindo’s The Life Divine. Dr Reddy’s approach is to explain in the. First published in the USA, by Houghton Mifflin Company, Also see, Sri Aurobindo: A Contemporary Reader by Sachidananda Mohanty, Routledge,; rpt, pp ] Ghosh continues: The President read the words of Sri Aurobindo’s last testament several times over and said: ‘Surely there must be some typing mistake here.
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It reflects the range, depth and outreach of a contemporary reader book moral, intellectual and spiritual vision of this versatile and multifaceted genius.
Sri Aurobindo A Contemporary Reader Hardcover – January 1, by Sachidananda Mohanty (Author)Cited by: 2. Overview This book compiles some of the finest writings of Sri Aurobindo () - the nationalist, visionary, poet-philosopher.
It reflects the range, depth and outreach of the moral, intellectual and spiritual vision of this versatile and multifaceted : Explores Sri Aurobindo's social vision and his role as a cultural critic: his views on ethnicity, his exposition of the key role language plays in the formation of communitarian identities, and his understanding of self-determination.
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Sri Aurobindo The books by Sri Aurobindo and the Mother explain the concepts of the shape of the world and man in future. This change requires significant transformation in the mind and consciousness of the present mankind. Man himself has to participate in this process of transformation to the next stage of human evolution.
About The Book Known to some as a revolutionary and political leader and to others as a yogi and spiritual guru, Sri Aurobindo was also an outstanding poet, literary critic, political and social theorist, and philosopher.
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Book Sample Thoughts from Sri Aurobindo The True Object of Life. To be or become something, to bring something into being is the whole labour of the force of Nature; to know, feel, do are subordinate energies that have a value because they help the being in its partial self-realisation to express what it is and help it too in its urge to express the still more not yet realised that it has to be.
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Sri Aurobindo (Bengali: শ্রী অরবিন্দ Sri Ôrobindo) was an Indian nationalist and freedom fighter, major Indian English poet, philosopher, and yogi. He joined the movement for India's freedom from British rule and for a duration (–10), became one of its most important leaders, before turning to /5(1).
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Aurobindo Ghose (ôrōbĬn´dō gōsh), –, Indian nationalist leader and mystic in Bengal, he was sent to England and lived there for 14 years, completing his education at Cambridge. Returning to India inhe plunged into the study of Indian languages and culture.
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But She loves to call Herself a Force in action endeavouring to evolve the next species. Sri Aurobindo succeeded in bringing the Supramental golden light into his very physical body in All his life he was working.Complete continuous reading of the text of Sri Aurobindo’s revelatory epic Savitri: a legend and a symbol, by readers representing 99 locations around the globe, starting in India at the Sri Aurobindo Ashram, then moving around the country before travelling through countries in Central and Western Asia, Africa, Europe, the Americas.