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Monday, March 12, 2012

Breaking free of Nehru

Royal family takes out procession in Vadodara Ahmedabad Newsline ... and that was the reason why spiritualist like Maharshi Aurobindo and modernist like Dr BR Ambedkar were attracted towards him and served the kingdom.

15 Aug 2011 – Nehru was clearly not aware of Sri Aurobindo's role in India's Freedom... Long years ago we made a tryst with destiny, and now the time comes ...

Breaking free of Nehru: let's unleash India! - Page 242 Sanjeev Sabhlok - 2008 - 267 pages - Full view
As Sri Aurobindo (1872–1950) wrote: 'We must begin by accepting nothing on trust from any source whatsoever, by questioning everything and forming our own conclusions'.24 That was also the message of Socrates and Buddha 2500 years ago.

Sri Aurobindo: a centenary tribute K. R. Srinivasa Iyengar, Aurobindo Ghose - 1974 - 346 pages - Snippet view
When Independence came on 15 August 1947, Sri Aurobindo had remarked that it was no mere "fortuitous accident". If Jawaharlal Nehru described the advent of Freedom as "our tryst with Destiny", Sri Aurobindo saw in the synchronisation ...

The Spirit of Modern India - Page 236 Robert A. McDermott, V. S. Naravane - 2010 - 338 pages - Preview
Nehru reminded his people of the tryst that they had made with destiny: "At the stroke of the midnight hour, ... The "larger cause of humanity," of which Nehru spoke at Delhi, was also very much the concern of Sri Aurobindo as he hailed ...

Nehru and Indira visited the Ashram together in 1955, when both paid homage at Aurobindo's grave. ... For Savitra's account of his typical American experience, see his Auroville: Sun- Word Rising/A Trust for the Earth (Auroville: The ...

Journal of religious studies: Volume 4, Issue 1; Volume 4, Issue 1 Punjabi University. Dept. of Religious Studies, Punjabi University. Dept. of Religious Studies - 1972 - Snippet view
For India, that day marked our "tryst with destiny," as Jawaharlal Nehru, India's Prime Minister, declared before Parliament. Sri Aurobindo, however, looked upon the identification of his birthday with India's as a free nation "not as a ...

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