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Tuesday, June 12, 2012

World and individual have been promised a divine destiny

Sri Aurobindo and Whitehead on the nature of God - Satya Prakash SinghSatya Prakash Singh - 1972 - 196 pages - But never, before Aurobindo, has it been given the form of such a comprehensive system in which the world and the individual both have been promised an actual divine destiny to be attained universally in course of evolution.
Indian literature: Volume 15; Volume 15 - Sahitya AkademiSahitya Akademi - 1972 - No sage or philosopher before Aurobindo had pointed to the region of the Supermind. The exploration of the spacious realm of consciouness led Aurobindo to a region which did not exist on the map. That is the region of the Supermind.
Indian religions: a historical reader of spiritual expression and ... - Page 24 - Peter Heehs - 2002 - 620 pages - Preview … the most decisive way to verify truth-claims is by means of mystical exeriences. No doubt the experiences of a Buddha or Nanak or Aurobindo are not in the reach of everyone, but these and other spiritual teachers insist that such states are the ultimate destiny of all aspiring humans. A preliminary decision to take seriously a mystic's ...
Sri Aurobindo, a brief biography - Peter Heehs - 1989 - 172 pages - But before Aurobindo's articles no one had clearly outlined its object, methods, and limitations. As a revolutionary, Aurobindo felt that passive resistance was a subordinate means; but he did feel that legal forms of resistance such as ...
Suneera Kapoor - 1991 - 142 pages - Preview He argues that if they refuse to supply their needs from foreign sources they must supply them themselves.73 Tilak conceived the idea of passive resistance even before Aurobindo. In 1881, Tilak hinted at the use of boycott as a social ...
Tilak and Gokhale: a comparative study of their ... - Page 345 - Mohammad Shabbir Khan - 1992 - 376 pages - Preview In abroader framework the term could be used; because of anyone achieved his Dharma then he would have to concentrate on the achievement of Swaraj whether it was Tilak or Aurobindo Ghose or for that matter any other leader.
India's fight for freedom: or, The Swadeshi Movement (1905-1906) - Haridāsa MukhopādhyāaHaridas MukherjeeUma Mukherjee - 1958 - 256 pages - Even before Aurobindo Ghose came to the lime light of politics, Bipinchandra preached the idea of "passive resistance" to the Government and fired the imagination of many young men along that line of action. But far more important than his ...
The western impact on Indian politics, 1885-1919 - Sankar Ghose - 1967 - 247 pages - Long before Aurobindo, Bankim Chattopadhaya, the Bengali novelist, had given a religious significance to the idea of the Motherland by declaring that in the image of the benign goddess Durga could be seen the future greatness of the ...
Indian idea of freedom: political thought of Swami Vivekananda, ... - Dennis Dalton - 1982 - 227 pages - There are, however, significant elements which appear in Pal's or Aurobindo's conception of nationalism that are foreign to Vivekananda's thought. First, the idea of nationalism as a religion, or of the nation as a spiritual entity ...
From Plassey to partition: a history of modern India - Page 251 - Śekhara Bandyopādhyāa - 2004 - 523 pages - Preview ... like Tilak or Aurobindo, also believed that this use of Hindu mythology and history was the best means to reach the masses and mobilise them in support of their politics. The veteran moderate politicians refused to accommodate these ...
Political Ideas in Modern India: Thematic Explorations - Page 239 - Vrajendra Raj MehtaThomas PanthamProject of History of Indian Science, Philosophy, and Culture - 2006 - 481 pages - Preview Whether it is canonical writers such as Vivekananda, Dayananda Saraswati, Tilakor Aurobindo or saint-activists such as Gandhi or Vinoba or Dada Dharmadhikari, all avow that spirituality should lead to ameliorative praxis.
Social conflict and political unrest in Bengal, 1875-1927 - Rajat Kanta Ray - 1984 - 398 pages - Surendranath Banerjea hardly proved himself less extreme than Bipin Pal or Aurobindo Ghose in his methods of agitation during the Swadeshi movement, nor did he lag behind Aurobindo Ghose in appealing to religious sentiments.107 It is ...
The Book review: Volumes 1-2 1976 - Hindu communalism is interpreted as a reaction to Muslim separatism— as if Tilak's utterly reactionary social attitudes, on women's education or the Age of Consent Bill, his concept of Hindutva; or Aurobindo 's mystical meanderings ...
Modernity and the Problem of Cultural Identity - Page 103 - Dr. A.P. Dubey - 2008 - 260 pages - Preview ... that either Whitman or Aurobindo were national chauvinists. The clearest position on the issue can however be found in Tagore who after his initial stint with Swadeshi went on to build Shanti Niketan with the motto "where the world ...
Gandhi's significance for today - John HickLamont C. HempelJohn Hick - 1989 - 275 pages - Our understanding would be quite incomplete, on the basis of Gita interpretations alone, if we saw either Gandhi or Aurobindo merely as examples of renascent Hinduism. Such a designation would be far too narrow, and deprive both of ...
Gandhi, Freedom, and Self-Rule - Page 125 - Anthony Parel - 2000 - 164 pages - Preview ... upon a neglected strand of Indian tradition — the path of karma yoga, or spiritual realization through social action .... Gandhi believed strongly, unlike Vivekanandaor Aurobindo, that the time had come for the purification of ...
Spectrum of Nehru's thought - Page 17 - Sobhag Mathur - 1994 - 230 pages - Preview Pal's divine determinism or Aurobindo's spiritual determinism provided little solace to him. Nehru wrote, "A belief in an absolute determinism seems to me lead inevitably to complete inaction, to death in life ...
Press Inside Outside - Page 28 - Rama Vajpayee - 2002 - 258 pages - Preview But most of the time the role of politicians and the political activists before Independence and even that of journalists like Lokmanya, Mahatma Gandhi or Aurobindo were the outstanding examples of those combining in themselves with two ...

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