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Sunday, June 17, 2012

Sri Aurobindo was convinced that fascism constituted a far greater threat

Spectrum history of Indian literature in English - Page xix - Ram Sewak SinghCharu Sheel Singh - 1997 - 273 pages - Preview Aurobindo's poetry has been criticised, underestimated, and even devalued, and there has been no visible signature who carries Aurobindo's mythographic and hieroglyphic imagination in a modernist/ post-modernist idiom.
Sri Aurobindo: archives and research: Volume 9 -  Śri Aurobindo Ashram Trust - 1985 - The agitation and anxiety that this caused did not in any way annoy or worry Aurobindo. Such was his self-control. Although the scheme did not work as I had planned, he did not rebuke or blame me. Whatever further plans I came up with ...
Sri Aurobindo - Page 820 - Purnima Majumdar - 2005 - 128 pages - Preview Those living with him thought that this was the result of a particular cigar, which he used to smoke. One evening, it was seen that his eye had swollen up a lot. People started getting worried. Aurobindo reassured them and said, "See, ...
Sri Aurobindo: archives and research: Volume 9 - Śri Aurobindo Ashram Trust - 1985 - This news hadn't yet come out in the Calcutta newspapers. The sudden disappearance of Aurobindo and the absence of any news greatly worried Aurobindo's relatives at Deogarh, his uncle and aunt and especially his maternal grandmother ...
Indian freedom struggle: the pathfinders from Surendranath ... - B. Krishna - 2002 - 232 pages - The uncertainty worried Aurobindo Then, the unexpected happened. It was the Will of God. Aurobindo admits: He came unexpectedly, a friend of mine, but I did not know he was coming . . . who put away from him all other thoughts and ...
Makers of modern India: being profiles of 25 celebrities - Trimbak Vishnu Parvate - 1964 - 160 pages - But such things never worried Aurobindo. With the experience of his many prosecutions, he knew that he lived a charmed life and the net of bureaucracy was not capable of holding him. One thing was obvious however, he could not stay in ...
The Quarterly review of historical studies: Volume 23 - Institute of Historical Studies (Calcutta, India) - 1984 - In dire financial trouble Aurobindo asked Motilal to procure for him "by will power or any other power in heaven or on earth Rs. 50/- atleast as a loan".60 There were others who sent help to Aurobindo directly or through Motilal.61 For ...
Decolonizing the Hindu mind: ideological development of Hindu ... - Koenraad Elst - 2001 - 657 pages - It really troubled Aurobindo in the Congress policy of Hindu-Muslim unity that this unity was sought in the erasing of all distinctly Hindu elements from its conception of India, as exemplified by symbolic issues in the 1930s, ...
The Alipore Bomb Case — A historic pre-independence trial 20 Apr 2008 – Hoda brings out a little known fact that the judge who tried Aurobindo and others in the Alipore case was a former co-student of Aurobindo at Cambridge! Aurobindo Ghose was acquitted in the trial. He was defended by none ...
The restless Brahmin: early life of M. N. Roy - Samaren Roy - 1970 - 148 pages - Among the early leaders of militant nationalist movement only Aurobindo had conceived of a concrete plan of action which he had communicated to Jatin Mukherjee in their very first meeting. But Aurobindo retired from active politics very...
Trade union movement in India: role of M.N. Roy - Dipti Kumar RoyDipti Kumar Roy - 1990 - 146 pages - Among Indian stalwarts only Aurobindo like Roy was convinced that fascism constituted a far greater threat to India than imperialism. Indian Federation of Labour went against the principle of industrial strike so that wartime supply ...
Lokamanya Tilak: a biography - G. P. PradhanAcyuta Keśava BhāgavataG. P. Pradhan - 1959 - 380 pages - He did not want the decision about the opportune moment to be entrusted to a less mature person who would be swayed by sentiments and affected by some passing phases in politics. He thought that only Aurobindo and himself could take such a momentous decision. He knew that a revolutionary action was too serious a matter to be decided by anyone except those who had attained a philosophic calm of mind. Curzon's ...
Swami Vivekananda and Indian Nationalism - Subodh Chandra Sen GuptaSubodh Chandra Sen Gupta - 1984 - 170 pages - All important people among non-Muslims protested against it, but only Aurobindo Ghose suggested the boycotting of these new Councils. By gradual steps separate electorates led to two separate countries, but after this operation the ...
The integral philosophy of Sri Aurobindo: a commemorative symposium - Haridas ChaudhuriFrederic Spiegelberg - 1960 - 350 pages - The writings of Aurobindo for Indian independence at the beginning of the twentieth century had been so powerful and distinctive that, even when published anonymously, the British knew that only Aurobindo could be the author. 
Indian literary criticism : an enquiry into its vitality and ... - Ragini Ramachandra - 1989 - 250 pages - Only, Aurobindo seems to have gone much farther than Eliot in defining his views on poetic equipment, which includes not merely a sense of history but the country's thought and experience, symbols and spiritual attainment. In his Chapter on ...

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