The spiritual gift of India to the world has already begun. India's spirituality is entering Europe and America in an ever increasing measure. That movement will grow; amid the disasters of the time more and more eyes are turning towards her with hope and there is even an increasing resort not only to her teachings, but to her psychic and spiritual practice. -- Sri Aurobindo (from the message broadcast on the eve of August 15, 1947)

Savitri Era of those who adore, Om Sri Aurobindo and The Mother.

Saturday, June 30, 2007

Guru-Shishya Relationship in Indian Culture

Indian Personality Concepts and the Unrealised Potential for Paradigm Shift
Radha Krishna Naidu Psychology & Developing Societies, 3 1994; vol. 6: pp. 71 - 85.
...America: A history. Basic Books. Sri Aurobindo. (1965). Isha Upanishad. Pondicherry : Sri Aurobindo Ashram. Sri Krishna Prem. (1969...literature. These include Asthana (1966), Sri Aurobindo (1965), Dasgupta (1922, 1932), Paranjpe...Check item
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Indian Literature in English Translation: An Introduction
G.N. Devy The Journal of Commonwealth Literature, 1 1993; vol. 28: pp. 123 - 138.
...said to begin with the essays which Sri Aurobindo wrote between 1897 and 1904 on translation...awarded to an Indian author so far. Sri Aurobindo, Tagore, and Gandhi were at the very...a Hindi poet to translate. As for Sri Aurobindo, he was at home in various languages...Check item
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Shyamala A. Narayan The Journal of Commonwealth Literature, 1 1977; vol. 12: pp. 84 - 101.
...Humanities XX 252-6 (see Journals). Aurobindo, Sri Dawn to Greater Dawn K.R. Srinivasa...6 lectures on Savitri. ---- 'Sri Aurobindo's Eric: A Dramatic Romance' P. Nandakumar...issue. The Advent XXXIII 1-4, Sri Aurobindo Ashram, Pondicherry 605002. Annual sub...Check item
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Shyamala A. Narayan The Journal of Commonwealth Literature, 1 1976; vol. 11: pp. 82 - 94.
...Kiran, Amal. Altar and Flame, 41 pp. Sri Aurobindo Ashram, Pondicherry, RS20.00. Mahapatra...Anand: The Man and the Novelist (Berry). Aurobindo, Sri. 'A New Aesthesis', P. Nandakumar...annually. The Advent, XXXII, 1-4. Sri Aurobindo Ashram, Pondicherry 605002, RS2.00. Annual...Check item
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Book Reviews : Namita Unnikrishnan and Shailaja Bajpai, The Impact of Television Advertising on Children. New Delhi: Sage Publications, 1996, 426 pp. , Rs 450
B.K. Chatterjee Journal of Human Values, 10 1996; vol. 2: pp. 197 - 199.
...Calcutta 197 through the richer theoretical scheme of Aurobindo, e.g., the former's hope for 'col- lective samadhi' and the...value. Similarly, again, parallels are drawn between Tagore's, Aurobindo's and Vinoba's balanced, though not uncritical, approach towards...Check item
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Book Reviews : D.P. Chattopadhyaya, Science Technology Philosophy and Culture. PHISPC Monograph Series on History of Philosophy, Science and Culture in India, 1996, XLVIII + 323 pp. Rs 390 (Distributed by Munshiram Manoharlal Publishers, New Delhi)
C. Panduranga Bhatta Journal of Human Values, 4 1999; vol. 5: pp. 80 - 84.
...increasingly true today. Having recourse to Sri Aurobindo's theory of involution-evolution, and...similar possibility lurks in linking up Sri Aurobindo and Vivekananda togetherwith the view...laterrestores the practical aspect of Sri Aurobindo's reserva- tion to a certain degree...Check item
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Non-conventional Entrepreneurial Learning: Spiritual Insights from India
Sanjoy Mukherjee Journal of Human Values, 4 2007; vol. 13: pp. 23 - 34.
...speech gives impulse to action,' says Sri Aurobindo, a great seer of modern India. Silence...take an example from the life of Sri Aurobindo in one of his profound moments of creative...the place? I thought I would go to Sri Aurobindo's room and help him shut the win- dows...Check item
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Leadership in the East and West: A Few Examples
Debangshu Chakraborty Journal of Human Values, 4 2003; vol. 9: pp. 29 - 52.
...Motilal Banarasidass , 1995), 17. Sri Aurobindo, Collected Works ( Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Ashram, 1997), Vol. 20, 416. Smith...the dharma ofthe community, just as Sri Aurobindo had remarked, 'Proceeded not merely by his...Check item
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Recontextualizing Knowledge: An Epistemological Ambiguity
Jyoti Prakash Bagchi Journal of Human Values, 10 2002; vol. 8: pp. 157 - 163.
...ASE Study Series No. 15, 1979). Sri Aurobindo, Savitri (Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Ashram, 1970). Recontextualizing Knowledge...experience of an all-pervading unity. Sri Aurobindo describes this as an active surrender through...Check item
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What is Spiritual Intelligence?
Frances Vaughan Journal of Humanistic Psychology, 4 2002; vol. 42: pp. 16 - 33.
...choices. New York: Paragon House. Aurobindo, S. (1976). The synthesis of yoga (3rd ed.). Pondicherry, India: Sri Aurobindo Ashram Press. Boyle, P. (1999...1995). The integral yoga of Sri Aurobindo (1976), the 20th-century Indian sage...Check item
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Shyamala A. Narayan The Journal of Commonwealth Literature, 9 2000; vol. 35: pp. 45 - 72.
...Delhi) Rs100 [for children]. India 63 Anthologies Aurobindo, Sri The Penguin Aurobindo Reader ed Makarand Paranjape 375pp Penguin Books...Purpose [see Criticism: General ] pp18 - 29. Aurobindo, Sri Beyond Man: The Life and Work of Sri Aurobindo...Check item
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Transcendent Vocations: Their Relationship to Stress, Depression, and Clarity of Self-Concept
Richard Treadgold Journal of Humanistic Psychology, 1 1999; vol. 39: pp. 81 - 105.
...Psychological Reports, 79(2), 635-641. Aurobindo, S. (1973). The essential Aurobindo (R. McDermott, Ed.). New York: Schocken...working out its purposes through the individual (Aurobindo, 1973). In the Judeo-Christian tradition, people...Check item
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Religion in Politics
Gopal Krishna Indian Economic & Social History Review, 1 1971; vol. 8: pp. 362 - 394.
...ideology; (k) The leadership of Tilak, Aurobindo, Lajpat Rai and Mahatma Gandhi became...leaders like Lala Lajpat Rai in Punjab, Aurobindo Ghosh in Bengal and Tilak in Maharashtra...Times, Bombay, 1950. 379 Pandit Malaviya, Aurobindo Ghosh, Tilak4? and Mahatma Gandhi imparted...item
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Routes to Reality: Scientific and Rishi Approaches
Subhash Sharma Journal of Human Values, 4 2001; vol. 7: pp. 75 - 83.
...ultimate intuition of rishis such as Sri Aurobindo has given us deep insights to the nature...transcendental or 'supra- mental' (to use Sri Aurobindo's expression) view to reality is now...power of the word or the mantra. Sri Aurobindo has provided us a pathway for 'integral...Check item
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Power-in- use: Secular and Sacred Aspects
Arabinda Basu Journal of Human Values, 10 2000; vol. 6: pp. 165 - 174.
...and Sacred Aspects Arabinda Basu Sri Aurobindo Ashram, Pondicherry This article...BASU Arabinda Basu is Professor, Sri Aurobindo Ashram, Pondicherry. This article offers...truth. This is the result of egoism. Sri Aurobindo had also warned that religion mixed with...Check item
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Managing the Earth-System: The Millennial Choice before the World's Policy-makers
S.K. Chakraborty Journal of Human Values, 4 1995; vol. 1: pp. 37 - 48.
...whatever be its apparent features. Sri Aurobindo expresses this principle in the following...and everywhere in the world to support Aurobindo's remarks-especially the last sentence...Waning of the Objective Age Decades ago Aurobindo had focused on the issue:l2 One might...Check item
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Shyamala A. Narayan The Journal of Commonwealth Literature, 1 1991; vol. 26: pp. 87 - 111.
...Distributors (New Delhi) Rs160.00. Aurobindo, Sri 'The Biggest Puzzle in the Text...Discourse apropos of a Phrase in Sri Aurobindo's Savithri' R.Y. Deshpande Mother India...Mother India ed K. D. Sethna, Sri Aurobindo Ashram Trust, Pondicherry 605002. Annual...Check item
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Malaysia and Singapore
Oor Boo Eng The Journal of Commonwealth Literature, 1 1973; vol. 8: pp. 119 - 124.
...Connaught Place, New Delhi, R0.60. Annual sub., Rs28.00; humour and satire, with numerous cartoons. The Advent, XXIX, I-4. Sri Aurobindo Ashram, Pondicherry, Rs2.00. Annual sub., Rs7.00; quarterly. The Aryan Path, XLIII, I-I0, ed. S. Wadia, Theosophy Hall, 40...Check item
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Guru-Shishya Relationship in Indian Culture: The Possibility of a Creative Resilient Framework
M.K. Raina Psychology & Developing Societies, 3 2002; vol. 14: pp. 167 - 198.
...Press (Translated by A.K. Ramanujan). Aurobindo, S. (1972). Synthesis of Yoga. Pondicherry...finally to exceed himself. That is how Sri Aurobindo spells the ascent of man and the upward journey...of teaching adopted by the guru, Sri Aurobindo writes: 185 He has no method and every...Check item
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Positive Action: Cultural Insights into Motivation
C. Panduranga Bhatta Global Business Review, 2 2002; vol. 3: pp. 39 - 52.
...Sprituo-Technical Approach. Pondicherry : Sri Aurobindo Institute of Research in Social Sciences...Sprituo-Technical Approach. Pondicherry : Sri Aurobindo Institute of Research in Social Sciences...Technical Approach. Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Institute of Research in Social Sciences...
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Human Values in Management
R.K. Dasgupta Journal of Human Values, 10 1997; vol. 3: pp. 145 - 160.
...Advaita Ashrama, 1994). Sri Aurobindo, The Life Divine, Birth Centenary...Vol. XVIII (Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Ashrama, 1971), ch. VIII...is, business organizations. Sri Aurobindo said that Vedanta is not a life-negating...
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Book Reviews : Lt Col G.L. Bhattacharya, Krishna of the Git. Calcutta: Calcutta, Writers Work shop, 1993, 233 pp
Shekhar Sen Journal of Human Values, 10 1996; vol. 2: pp. 191 - 194.
...that with the exception of Tilak and Aurobindo (he should have included Gandhi and Bankim...success- ful in reasoning out why Sri Aurobindo called him yogisreshtha--(the best of...been the author's elaboration of Sri Aurobindo's and Vinobaji's thoughts on such matters...
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The Rebel Poet and the Mahatma: Kazi Nazrul Islam's Critique of Gandhi's Politics in the 1920s
Priti K. Mitra South Asia Research, 5 1993; vol. 13: pp. 46 - 55.
...nation were also no help at the moment. Aurobindo had retired to Pondicherry, his brother...personalities like Gandhi, Tagore and Aurobindo, and the people's idolatrous submission...for independence. Attacking Tagore and Aurobindo again, Nazrul recalled Vivekananda who...
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'Selectd Letters of Sukumar Ray'
South Asia Research, 11 1987; vol. 7: pp. 188 - 236.
...Samaj library. Also, there's a book at Aurobindo's26 in Parsibagan that should be sent...ience and they all seemed very delighted. Aurobindo has arrived in London from Cambridge...language he knew - un- til he relented. 26. Aurobindo Ghose (1872-1950). His early life, like...
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Shyamala A. Narayan The Journal of Commonwealth Literature, 1 1984; vol. 19: pp. 79 - 92.
...Geetha Book House (Mysore) Rs50.00. Aurobindo, Sri The Book of Beginnings : Talks on Sri Aurobindo's Savitri Book One M. P. Pandit Dipti...162 Geetha Book House (Mysore) Rs50.00. Aurobindo, Sri The Book of Beginnings : Talks on...
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Review Article : Shared Propulsions: William H. New, Among Worlds: An Introduction to Modern Commonwealth and South African Fiction, Press Porcépic, Erin, Ontario, 1975 ('New'); Hena Maes-Jelinek (ed.), Commonwealth Literature and the Modern World, Didier, Brussells, 1975 ('Jelinek'); Alastair Niven (ed.), Commonwealth Writer Overseas: Themes of Exile and Expatriation, Didier, Brussells, 1976 ('Niven'); Rowland Smith (ed.), Exile and Tradition: Studies in African and Caribbean Literature, Dalhousie African Studies Series, Longman and Dalhousie U. Press, 1976 ('Smith')

Martin Jarrett-Kerr The Journal of Commonwealth Literature, 1 1977; vol. 11: pp. 69 - 78.
...ten years ago, when he presented Sri Aurobindo's Savitri as 'perhaps the greatest epic...not even that of close familiarity with Aurobindo's work in English) for commenting on...raise this issue most sharply should be Aurobindo's epic and Rao's novel, since both are...
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I Indian Poets and the Use of English
Ooi Boo Eng The Journal of Commonwealth Literature, 1 1974; vol. 9: pp. 10 - 20.
...stilted, mystic-incense style of Sri Aurobindo, and the Romantic fireflies dancing through...that Toru Dutt, Sarojini Naidu and Sri Aurobindo 'have this great strength in common...satisfying expressions of Indianness than Aurobindo's use of the story of Savitri as a couched...
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John Ferguson The Journal of Commonwealth Literature, 1 1967; vol. 2: pp. 59 - 66.
...Literary Monthly, ed. K. D. Sethna, Sri Aurobindo Asram, Pondicherry. Osmania Journal...Philosophic Quarterly, ed. N. K. Gupta, Sri Aurobindo Asram, Pondicherry. The Indian Journal...Literary Monthly, ed. K. D. Sethna, Sri Aurobindo Asram, Pondicherry. 66 Osmania Journal...
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Spirituality in a Changing World: Issues for Education
David Kimber Journal of Human Values, 10 2000; vol. 6: pp. 175 - 184.
...industrial relations scene today. Sri Aurobindo, Living Within (Pondicherry : Sri Aurobindo Ashram Press, 1987 ); Swami Vivekananda...far more familiar with these issues. Sri Aurobindo and Vivekananda drew from Vedantic philosophy...Check item
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Book Reviews : M. Maharajan, Gandhian Thought: A Study of Tradition and Modernity. New Delhi: Sterling Publishers, 1996, 164 pp. Rs 300
S.K. Chakraborty Journal of Human Values, 10 2000; vol. 6: pp. 196 - 199.
...Vivekananda, and a junior contemporary like Sri Aurobindo, had also been forcefully emphasizing...education by Tagore, Vivekananda and Aurobindo are not mentioned. It is equally interesting...title of this book is very appealing. Sri Aurobindo lived, worked and dreamt ofthe future...Check item
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Book Reviews : R.P. Banerjee, Mother Leadership. New Delhi: Wheeler Publishing, 1998,231 pp. Price not mentioned
C. Panduranga Bhatta Journal of Human Values, 10 1998; vol. 4: pp. 224 - 226.
...Panduranga Bhatta Management Centre for Human Values Indian Institute of Management Calcutta 224 NOTES AND REFERENCES 1. Sri Aurobindo, Collected Works, Vol. 23 (Pondicherry: SABDA), 877. 2. Danah Zohar, The Quantum Self (London: Flamingo, 1991), 202-6. R.P...
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Editorial: From Intellectual Anarchism to Spiritual Anarchism
Journal of Human Values, 4 1997; vol. 3: pp. 1 - 2.
...this millennial riddle, we turn to Sri Aurobindo for the all-important indispensable insight...deny it. Unlike modem psychology, Sri Aurobindo's thought does not treat this past as...phrase) can be broken. According to Sri Aurobindo, The solution lies not in the reason...
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A Brief History of History: Some Models of History and Lessons for Leadership and Management
Subhash Sharma Journal of Human Values, 10 2005; vol. 11: pp. 123 - 137.
...Ashoka, Aryabhatta, Adishankara, Akbar and Aurobindo. Chakraborty (2003: 64) rediscovers the...5. Tagore, Vivekananda, Gandhi and Aurobindo period; and 6. new age Indian spiritual...path was created by Tagore, Vivekananda, Aurobindo, Gandhi and many others. In this section...Check item
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An Introduction to Fractal Dynamics
Pravir Malik Journal of Human Values, 10 2004; vol. 10: pp. 99 - 109.
...Business Line, 10 September 2003. Sri Aurobindo, Letters on Yoga, Vol. 1 ( Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Ashram Press , 1972). Malik, Fractals...Business Line, 10 September 2003. 5. Sri Aurobindo, Letters on Yoga, Vol. 1 (Pondicherry...Check item
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Book Reviews : S.K. Chakraborty and S.R. Chatterjee, eds, Applied Ethics in Management: Towards a New Perspective. Berlin: Springer Verlag, 1999
Ranjan Mitter Journal of Human Values, 4 2001; vol. 7: pp. 92 - 98.
...Will this work? It will if we believe Sri Aurobindo's concept of 'intel- lectual anarchism' as...RANJAN MITTER MCHV IIM Calcutta NOTE 1. Sri Aurobindo, The Complete Works ofSri Aurobindo (Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Ashram), Vol. 25...
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Quality of Worklife: A Human Values Approach
Tanmoy Datta Journal of Human Values, 10 1999; vol. 5: pp. 135 - 145.
...and a human being; in the sense of Sri Aurobindo or Swami Vivekananda.1 We are instinctively...Hill, 1987), 3. 3. For example, Sri Aurobindo says: There are people who are just like...mdash;Selectionsfrom the Works of Sri Aurobindo and the Mother [Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo...
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Science and Society
Kenneth Walker Health Education Journal, 1 1963; vol. 21: pp. 211 - 217.
...living, mindful and conscious beings. Sri Aurobindo, whom I regard as being a great authority...work the &dquo;Life Divine&dquo; and Sri Aurobindo was educated at St. Paul's School and...the probable criticism that because Sri Aurobindo was a Hindu he was probably devoid of...
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The New Poetry
Adil Jussawalla The Journal of Commonwealth Literature, 1 1970; vol. 5: pp. 65 - 78.
...Sarojini Naidu (18 79- 1949), and Sri Aurobindo (1872-195?) were doubtless rather fine...Chunder Dutt (i 848-1 c)oc)) and Sri Aurobindo. To my mind, the latter's Saritii, a...writing in English, the works of Sri Aurobindo are considered the highwater mark of...
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Playful Gaming
Alex Makedon Simulation & Gaming, 3 1984; vol. 15: pp. 25 - 64.
...People Play. New York: Grove Press. BETTY, L. S. (1976) "Aurobindo's problem of lila and the problem of evil."Int. Philosophical...October): 33-47. BURTT, E. A. (1960) 'East and west in Sri Aurobindo's philosophy."Philosophy East and West 10 (April-July): 3...
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Shyamala A. Narayan The Journal of Commonwealth Literature, 12 2006; vol. 41: pp. 91 - 120.
...Repressive Regime A.S.Dasan Littcrit 60 pp 95-99 . Aurobindo, Sri Sri Aurobindos Savitri: Essays on Love, Life and Death R.K.Singh...Repressive Regime' A.S.Dasan Littcrit 60 pp959. Aurobindo, Sri Sri Aurobindo's `Savitri': Essays on Love...
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Seasons of the Heart: A Journey with the Quality Mind Process
Piya Mukherjee Journal of Human Values, 10 2002; vol. 8: pp. 85 - 96.
...brought home further titles of works of Sri Aurobindo and shared these with a few family members...one of the steps of this path. 7. Sri Aurobindo, Living Within: The Yoga Approach to...many compila- tions of the works of Sri Aurobindo and the Mother. This was gifted by the...Check item
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Shyamala A. Narayan The Journal of Commonwealth Literature, 9 2002; vol. 37: pp. 61 - 100.
...Seth, R.N. Sinha, D.H. Kabadi, Sri Aurobindo, T. Basudeo Reddy and O.P. Bhatnagar...urobindo, Sri New Perspectives on Sri Aurobindo's Plays Saryug Yadav 190pp Creative...New Delhi) Rs400 [2000]. -- 'Sri Aurobindo's Yoga: The Philosophy of Conscious...Check item
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Shyamala A. Narayan The Journal of Commonwealth Literature, 9 2001; vol. 36: pp. 39 - 71.
...pp149-57 [see Criticism: General above]. Aurobindo, Sri ' "Mantric" Potential in English Language: Sri Aurobindo's Explorations' Surendra Soni Makers...Rs195. Non-fiction A urobindo, Sri Sri Aurobindo on Indian Art: Selections from His Writings...Check item
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Book Reviews : A. Goswami and M. Goswami, Science and Spiri tuality: A Quantum Integration. New Delhi: Munshiram Manoharlal, A Project of History of Indian Science, Philosophy and Culture, 1997, i-xiv +183 pp., Rs 290. Ananda, Myth, Symbol and Language. New Delhi: Aryan Books International, 1998, i-xi + 404 pp., Rs 800

S.K. Chakraborty Journal of Human Values, 10 1998; vol. 4: pp. 221 - 224.
...awareness of consciousness. This is what Sri Aurobindo said: 'It is spirituality when you begin...ascent is attributedto Wilber, when Sri Aurobindo had already done the most thorough and...Calcutta 224 NOTES AND REFERENCES 1. Sri Aurobindo, Collected Works, Vol. 23 (Pondicherry...Check item
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Leadership—A Comparative Study of Indian Ethos and Western Concepts
P.N. Murthy Journal of Human Values, 10 1998; vol. 4: pp. 155 - 165.
...Gandhi talked of an inner voice. Sri Aurobindo abandoned the Indian national movement...Vivekananda, the missionary of truth; Sri Aurobindo, the discoverer of the supermind and...Jhunjhunwala, ed.) (Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Ashram Trust, 1974), III. 27, 46. 17...Check item
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Back to the Future or the 'Bitter Tastelessness of Shadow Fruit'?
Pradip Bhattacharya Journal of Human Values, 10 1996; vol. 2: pp. 97 - 113.
...rest inherited. Elaborating this, Sri Aurobindo wrote: 'The peoples of Europe have carried...great leap forward was formulated by Sri Aurobindo who represents perfectly the twentieth...Patanjali and the integral yoga of Sri Aurobindo, Chakraborty has focused on controlled...Check item
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Human Values in the Plays of Klidsa: Some Glimpses
Shekhar Sen Journal of Human Values, 4 1996; vol. 2: pp. 3 - 18.
...follows grief gains richer zest '. Rishi Aurobindo comments in `Savitri': 'None can reach...amacr;, Sringaratilakam, Verse 10. 10. Aurobindo Ghosh, Savitiri, Book 2, Canto 8 (Pondicherry: Aurobindo Society). 11. Rabindranath Tagore, 'Kumarsambhavaand...Check item
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Bhadralok perceptions of science, technology and cultural nationalism
Dhruv Raina and S. Irfan Habib Indian Economic & Social History Review, 3 1995; vol. 32: pp. 95 - 117. ...2 An exceptional personality such as Aurobindo Ghosh, who was for sometime principal...of the city, mark the year 1907-1908. Aurobindo's 'India for Indians' appeared at this...Bengal Renaissance, Satish Mukherjee, Aurobindo Ghosh and Rabindranath Tagore.&dquo...Check item
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The Study of South Asian Religion in the 1980s
Dermot Killingley South Asia Research, 5 1991; vol. 11: pp. 1 - 15.
...Williams, Y. and McElvaney, M., 1988. Aurobindo and Zaehner on the Bhagavad-Gita. Newcastle...given by Williams and McElvaney (1988) on Aurobindo and Zaehner, and S.-Y. Killingley (1990...Williams, Y. and McElvaney, M., 1988. Aurobindo and Zaehner on the Bhagavad- Gita. Newcastle...Check item
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John Ferguson The Journal of Commonwealth Literature, 1 1969; vol. 4: pp. 66 - 73.
...India, XIX, I-12, ed. K. D. Sethna, Sri Aurobindo Asram, Pondicherry. Annual sub., Rs.I0...Quarterly, XXIII, I-4 ed. N. K., Gupta, Sri Aurobindo Asram, Pondicherry. The Indian Journal...India, XIX, I-I2, ed. K. D. Sethna, Sri Aurobindo Asram, Pondi- cherry. Annual sub., Rs...Check item
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Book reviews and notices : PETER KIVISTO, Key ideas in sociology. Thousand Oaks: Pine Forge Press, 1998. xiv + 186 pp. Figures, plates, tables, references, index. $19.95 (paperback)
Gaurang Ranjan Sahay Contributions to Indian Sociology, 2 2000; vol. 34: pp. 156 - 157.
...Sridharan is one of those rare historians who have questioned openly the nationalist credentials of Aurobindo Ghosh and the Sri Aurobindo Ashram. It appears that they were hand-in-glove with French imperialism, both political and cultural...Check item
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Learning, Spirituality and Management
K. Cochrane Journal of Human Values, 4 2000; vol. 6: pp. 1 - 14.
...contemporary Indian sages and seers such as Sri Aurobindo, Rabindranath Tagore and Swami Vivekananda...New York: Warner Books, 1996); and Sri Aurobindo, Synthesis ofYoga (Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Ashram, 1992). 19. Henryk Skowlimowski...Check item
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Silence as a Mode of Transcendence in the Poetry of Jayanta Mahapatra
D.R. Pattanaik The Journal of Commonwealth Literature, 1 1991; vol. 26: pp. 117 - 126.
...typical of Indian (and Oriya) poets. Sri Aurobindo, articulating the aspiration of a poet writes...Raghavan", Tenor, June 1978, p. 60. 126 6 Sri Aurobindo, The Future Poetry, Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Ashram Press, 1953, p. 60 7 "The Time Afterward...Check item
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Book Review
Psychology & Developing Societies, 3 2006; vol. 18: pp. 133 - 137.
...the blossoming of the soul element in us. In particular, Sri Aurobindo confirms the Vedic vision in his writings. In The Human Cycle...the most perfect positive (rational-scientific) stage, Sri Aurobindo Book Review / 137 conceptualises four successive stages--the...Check item
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Contributions to Indian Sociology, 10 2005; vol. 39: pp. 429 - 448.
...19th-century Bengal Renaissance like Raja Rammohan Roy, Vivekananda, Aurobindo Ghose, and later Mahatma Gandhi and even Jawaharlal Nehru...Hindu-centric modernism of Vivekananda, Dayanand Saraswati and Aurobindo Ghose. One can say with some confidence that the Indian scientific...Check item
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Book Review: Contemplating Evolutionary Ideas Emerging from the Book: Evolutionary Healing by Barbara Sarter
Cheryl J. Leuning Nursing Science Quarterly, 4 2005; vol. 18: pp. 185 - 187.
...the great cosmic reality. Three 20th-century philosophers, Aurobindo Ghosh, Swami Ramananda, and Pi-erre Teilhard de Chardin, who...mani-festation" (p. 1). She credited the work of philosophers such as Aurobindo, Ramananda, and Teilhard de Chardin, as well as the work of...Check item
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Sudha Rai The Journal of Commonwealth Literature, 12 2004; vol. 39: pp. 47 - 70.
...to V.S. Naipaul and Mulk Raj Anand ed Amar Nath Prasad 206pp Sarup & Sons (New Delhi) Rs450 US$23. Aurobindo, Sri The Poetry of Sri Aurobindo: A Journey From Ego to Self Kishore Gandhi Anu Books (Meerut) Rs395 US$20. Deshpande, Shashi Gendered...Check item
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Index 2004
European Journal of Social Theory, 11 2004; vol. 7: pp. 557 - 558.
...Arts of Resistance by James Scott, 7(2), 171-188 Giri, Ananta Kumar, Knowledge and Human Liberation: J"urgen Habermas, Sri Aurobindo and Beyond, 7(1), 85-103 Harrington, Austin, Ernst Troeltsch's Concept of Europe, 7(4), 479-498 Heins, Volker, Civil Society's...Check item
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At the Ragged Edges of Time: The Legend of Tilak and the Normalization of Historical Narratives
Raminder Kaur South Asia Research, 11 2004; vol. 24: pp. 185 - 202.
...Tilak: His Writings and Speeches. With an Appreciation by Bal Aurobindo Ghose. Madras: Ganesh and Co . Underhill, M.M.(1921...Tilak: His Writings and Speeches. With an Appreciation by Bal Aurobindo Ghose. Madras: Ganesh and Co. Underhill, M.M. (1921) The Religious...Check item
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East–West Cultural Relationship: Some Indian Aspects
D. P. Chattopadhyaya Diogenes, 11 2003; vol. 50: pp. 83 - 94.
...great philosophers and statesmen from S ' an. kara to Sri Aurobindo and Gandhi have thought fit to write commentaries on it. Even...goings need to be regulated by ever deepening in looks. Sri Aurobindo claims to have synthesized different Indian systems of Yoga...Check item
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Preschool and Playway in India
LARRY PROCHNER Childhood, 11 2002; vol. 9: pp. 435 - 453.
...1994) The Hindu Personality in Education: Tagore, Gandhi, Aurobindo. New Delhi: Manohar. Cook, H. Caldwell (1917) The Play...1994) The Hindu Personality in Education: Tagore, Gandhi, Aurobindo. New Delhi: Manohar. Cook, H. Caldwell (1917) The Play Way...Check item
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Attaining Rogers Smith's Civic Ideals
DAVID J. LORENZO Political Theory, 6 2002; vol. 30: pp. 357 - 383.
...and the Rhetoric of Right: Popular Political Argument in the Aurobindo Movement (Madison and London: Fairleigh Dickinson Uni- versity...and the Rhetoric of Right: Popular Political Argument in the Aurobindo Movement (Madison and London: Fairleigh Dickinson University...Check item
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Homeless in Gujarat and India: On the curious love of Indulal Yagnik
Ajay Skaria Indian Economic & Social History Review, 9 2001; vol. 38: pp. 271 - 297.
...leaders like Caesar and Napolean, of Dayanand Saraswati and Aurobindo Ghosh, whereas I was wedded to the common people.'4 Visiting...long-standing nationalist tradition: recall, for instance, Aurobindo's famous call to youth to dedicate their lives to the nation...Check item
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Shamanic Experiences: A Developmental Analysis
Roger Walsh Journal of Humanistic Psychology, 7 2001; vol. 41: pp. 31 - 52.
...recently by Teilhard de Chardin, Jean Gebser, Ken Wilber, and Sri Aurobindo. Chardin's view is inspiring but not without problems (H...because Wilber (1981, 1995, 1996) draws on Hegel, Schelling, Aurobindo, and Gebser, we can focus on his work as representative of...Check item
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Book reviews and notices : M.P. SRIDHARAN, French colonial rule in India. Calicut: Progressive Printers and Publishers, 1997. vi + 134 pp. Bibliography, index. Rs. 95
J.B.P. More Contributions to Indian Sociology, 2 2000; vol. 34: pp. 155 - 156.
...Sridharan is one of those rare historians who have questioned openly the nationalist credentials of Aurobindo Ghosh and the Sri Aurobindo Ashram. It appears that they were hand-in-glove with French imperialism, both political and cultural...Check item
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Editorial: From Cultural Diversity to Spiritual Unity
Journal of Human Values, 4 1998; vol. 4: pp. 1 - 3.
...elite parts of the globe which are close to being obscene. Sri Aurobindo had reflected profoundly on this subject in his essays in...REFERENCES 1. Our Creative Diversity. 2. Ibid. , 288. 3. Sri Aurobindo, The Ideal of Human Unity. 4. Ibid., 403. 5. Ibid., 403. Check item
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Nursing: a spiritual perspective
Ann Long Nursing Ethics, 11 1997; vol. 4: pp. 496 - 510.
...Fromm E. May man prevail. New York: Anchor , 1961. Aurobindo S. The further evolution of man. Wheaton, IL: Quest , 1971...2540. 6 Fromm E. May man prevail. New York: Anchor, 1961. 7 Aurobindo S. The further evolution of man. Wheaton, IL: Quest, 1971...Check item
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Recuperating Masculinity: Hindu nationalism, violence and the exorcism of the Muslim 'Other'
Thomas Blom Hansen Critique of Anthropology, 1 1996; vol. 16: pp. 137 - 172.
...inherited from the 19th century Renaissance in Bengal, Arya Samaj, Aurobindo and Tilak. This heritage had posed the question of the construction...the true spirit of India, etc. as found in Vivekananda and Aurobindo: This was not the case with the Punjabi Hindus. They were...Check item
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Coming of age of Indian nationalism

¤ The Policies of British Government Leads To Dissatisfactions
In 1907 there was split in the Congress as those members who were unsatisfied with the scheme of affairs under the Moderates, including popular leaders like Lala Lajpat Rai and Bal Gangadhar Tilak, parted company with them. This hardly helped their cause because for the next eight years the Congress, for all contents and purposes, went into hibernation. This was the time when extreme nationalists came into the scene, especially after the controversial partition of Bengal into west and east Bengal in 1905 by the highly unpopular and obnoxiously highhanded Lord Curzon. The decision evoked sharp reactions from all over India and there was violent agitation against it.
October 16, 1905, the day on which the partition came into effect, was observed as a day of mourning and fasting throughout Bengal. Rabindranath Tagore, the famous Nobel-laureate and writer, spoke out against it through a passionate poem. This was the time when the Swadeshi movement was first launched; that is, Indians burnt foreign clothes, cigarettes, soap and anything made across the seas in huge bonfires and turned to Indian made articles instead. Many factories manufacturing indigenous clothes, textiles and whatever else was required were set up. Lots of earnest young leaders of Bengal took up the task of educating people.
On August 15, 1906, a national council of education was introduced under the educationist Aurobindo Ghose. The government came down heavily on the demonstrations, choosing to break up meetings, insult leaders and beat up peaceful protestors. In 1907, leaders Lala Lajpat Rai and Sardar Ajit Singh were deported from the Punjab. In 1908, Bal Gangadhar Tilak was arrested and sentenced to six years imprisonment. Aurobindo Ghose was arrested, prosecuted and though acquitted, chose to retire to Pondicherry. The agitation to oppose the partition of Bengal (although the partition was reverted in 1911) saw the coming of age of Indian nationalism. India was together like never before and the country was bristling with nationalistic fervor. However, the idea of independence from the British was still not an option that nationalists were considering.
¤ Home Rule Movement Started
When Great Britain was deeply enmeshed in the World War I, India's national movement though intermittent continued to throw up surprises. One of them was the Home Rule Movement. In December 1915, Tilak, who was one of the first nationalist leaders with a following and deep understanding of the grassroots of India, voiced the thought of Home Rule (instead of `swadeshi’, that being a word the British were wary about). It was for the first time that someone had mentioned the word Home Rule as being the goal for the Indian National Movement. On April 28, 1916, the Home Rule League was set up with its headquarters in Poona (Pune).
Tilak went on a whirlwind tour of the country, appealing to everybody to unite under the banner of Home Rule League. Anne Besant of the Theosophical Society fame also assisted him in this task. Under face of this attack, the government fell back to that old reliable – stricter laws. Laws were formulated to prevent agitations, to prevent `undesirable aliens’ from entering India, propaganda came under government control, and so on. The importance of the Home Rule movement was that for the first time the independence of India came to be clearly the goal of the Indian national movement. voice.indiasite.com/modern.html

Aurobindo Ghose, a leading Bengali Extremist

Title: Terrorism in India during the freedom struggle. Subject: TERRORISM -- India
Source: Historian, Spring 93, Vol. 55 Issue 3, p469, 14p, 1bw
Author: Heehs, Peter
Abstract: Studies Indian terrorism in the Indian independence movement during the first half of the twentieth century. Arms Act of 1878; Extremists; Moderates; Bengali terrorism; Ananda Math; Physical culture; Indian Councils Act; Mahatma Gandhi; Subhas Chandra Bose, leader of the Congress' left wing; Rise of separatist terrorism in the 1980s. AN: 9307155390 ISSN: 0018-2370
"An official government report mentions 210 "revolutionary outrages" and 101 more attempts in Bengal involving over one thousand terrorists between 1906 and 1917. After a decade of
relative quiet, terrorism again broke out in the province. An official list gives 189 incidents in Bengal during the years 1930-1934. Outside Bengal terrorist incidents were so infrequent that they were not even itemized in the official report.[4]"
"Aurobindo Ghose, a leading Bengali Extremist, interpreted swaraj differently in his influential English-language newspaper Bande Mataram (Salutation to Mother India). He defined it as complete political independence, "a free national government unhampered even in the least by foreign control."
"Ghose was one of the founders of a secret society that turned to terrorism under his brother
Barindra Kumar ("Barin") Ghose. He and his associates Upendranath Bannerjee and Hemchandra Das argued that complete independence was India's primary need and vital to national unity, as well as to economic and social progress.
Although Aurobindo Ghose admitted to having "a strong hatred for the British," he kept this feeling out of his writings and supported his demand for independence with an appeal to the inherent right of peoples to self-government."
"Like most Bengali groups, Barin Ghose's secret society was small, urban-based, and made up almost entirely of young Hindus of the bhadralok (respectable) class. Of the thirty-six members for whom adequate records exist, thirty-two belonged to the three castes that make up the Bengali bhadralok. The six leaders had an average age of thirty-six, while the thirty rank-and-file members had an average age of twenty. The older men were professionals, primarily teachers and journalists; the younger men were students or former students."
"British observers regarded terrorism as a perversion of religion; nonreligious terrorists saw it the opposite way. In his writings and speeches Aurobindo Ghose proposed what has been called a "religion of nationalism," where nationalism was regarded as not only high and noble but divinely ordained."
"Ghose came by his conviction of divine leadership not through the profession of Hinduism as a creed but through the practice of yoga, a spiritual discipline also practiced by other Extremists and revolutionaries. Leaders as well as the rank and file were strongly influenced by such Hindu scriptures as the Bhagavad Gita and the Devi Mahatmyam but usually did not approach these texts as orthodox believers. Many young Bengalis, including some future terrorists, were influenced by the teachings of Swami Vivekananda (1863-1902)."
"Of all Chatterjee's writings, none fired the imagination of young Bengalis more than his historical novel Ananda Math (The abbey of bliss). Basing his work on accounts of a rebellion in the 1770s, Chatterjee transformed the bands of lawless brigands that roamed Bengal in those years into an Indian version of Robin Hood and his Merry Men. The aim of these virtuous outlaws is to restore the Mother-Motherland to its former glory and prosperity, which under Muslim misrule has been replaced by poverty and degradation."
"Ghose wrote, somewhat anachronistically, in the 1940s that his "cult of violence" was "learnt from the Irish Seinfeinners and Russian secret societies."[12]
"Two people connected with the rise of revolutionary activity in Bengal did have some contact with Russian anarchists. Margaret Noble, an Irish disciple of Vivekananda, whom he renamed Sister Nivedita, corresponded with one such anarchist, Peter Kropotkin, and later met him in London. One of his books, she wrote to a friend, confirmed her "determination towards Anarchism"--not necessarily the peaceful kind. Although she was "glad of every sovereign destroyed," she hoped that India, "the most civilized country in the world," might enter the
promised land without violence. Nivedita helped organize samitis (societies) that promoted physical and moral education and social service among young Bengalis. Terrorism in India was preceded by an interest in physical culture, particularly wrestling, drill, and the use of the
lathi (singlestick). Indigenous traditions of physical culture and martial arts had survived in many parts of India despite British attempts to discourage them.
"In 1908, Barin Ghose confessed to a police officer that "there was a wide and persistent
demand all over India for one successful political murder in order to stiffen the back of the people and satisfy their spirit of vengeance." Upen-dranath Bannerjee said much the same thing in his Bengali memoirs. After a series of arrests and sedition trials, people became so enraged that "everyone seemed to be saying, 'No. This can't go on. We've got to blow out the brains of one of these bastards."'The outbreak of World War I led revolutionaries to hope that they could obtain military assistance from Germany. They did get some money, but the only significant attempt to smuggle weapons into India ended in disaster.
"In 1909 the judge in the conspiracy trial of Barin Ghose and his associates spoke prophetically:
"The danger of a conspiracy such as this lies not so much in its prospect of success as in its fruition. When once the poison had entered into the system it is impossible to say where it will break out or how far-reaching will be its effects."
During the first two decades of India's independence there was little organized terrorism in the country, but during the late 1960s left-wing Bengali insurgents began using terrorist methods to achieve their revolutionary aims. The 1980s saw the rise of separatist terrorism in Punjab, Kashmir, and Assam as well as among ethnic Indian Tamils in Sri Lanka. As I write (late 1991) Assamese and Kashmiri terrorists hold hostages in their respective valleys, Punjabi terrorists account for a dozen or so killings every week, and a Sri Lank Tamil group is being investigated in connection with the assassination of Rajiv Gandhi. "

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