How many letters Sri Aurobindo had to write to his disciples to show their grave error and the danger of the Nazi victory! I quote only one such letter he wrote to adisciple, in 1942, "... You should not think of it as a fight for certain nations against ...
M. G. Umar - 2001 - Snippet view
There were disciples like Amrita who at the very sight of Him experienced the Vast Infinite and the Eternal. He embodied in his ... when he sent word to the Congress leaders to accept the offer of Sir Stafford Cripps in 1942. B. Siva Rao, who ...
1 The letter referred to was written by Anilbaran Roy, a disciple of Sri Aurobindo, in answer to a question raised by an ... 4 Sir Stafford Cripps' telegram in reply, dated 1 April 1942: IAm Most Touched And Gratified By Your Kind Message ...
The so-called halo that was drawn all around Aurobindo will never allow this question to be settled. ... By coincidence, it was also Aurobindo's 75th birthday. ...1942-45 incidents, there was no other notable incident in Shri Aurobindo's life. ...that day, that for 5 days, till such time that his mortal body was kept for viewing by his followers and disciples from all over the world, it continued to look resplendent.
127 His yoga, he wrote to a disciple, involved not only “union with the Divine or a perception of Him in all things,” but also ... In a letter written on April 6, 1942 SriAurobindo conceded that Calcutta was “now in the danger zone,” but warned ...
Mother takes charge of the disciples and establishes the Ashram. ... 1942, March SupportstheCripps Proposalof the British Government, Indian for the war seeking cooperation effortin Asiain ... 1972, August 15 Sri Aurobindo's Birth ...
1926 24 November Siddhi Day; after a decisive spiritual I930-I938 realization, SriAurobindo withdraws from direct contact ... with a 1939-1940 1940 September1942 March 1947 15 August 1948 I949 I950 5 December few disciples begins.
APPENDIX Some significant writings of Sri Aurobindo, slightly outside the scope of the four sections of this collection, ... he let a disciple proceed to Delhi in 1942and inform the national leadership of the day that Sri Aurobindo desired them to ...
In the poetry of some of Sri Aurobindo's disciples for example, Subramania Bharati in Tamil, Nishikanta in Bengali, Sumitranandan Pant and Dinkar in Hindi, Bendre in Kannada, Sundaram and Pujalal in ... 1942) was published in 1981.
David J. Lorenzo - 1999 - Preview
Popular Political Argument in the Aurobindo Movement David J. Lorenzo ... ofAurobindo's leading yogic disciples, see Nolini Kanta Gupta, "Reminiscences," in Nolini Kanta Gupta and K. Amrita, Reminiscences ... Jawaharlal Nehru, Toward Freedom: The Autobiography of Jawaharlal Nehru (New York: John Day, 1942), 44.
... earth and mankind in the immediate future.1 —Sri Aurobindo (29 July 1942) The attack on Sri Aurobindo he Ashram was ... festive occasions, for they were the only times when the disciples and devotees could see Sri Aurobindo up close .
... into English in 1942 by Swami Nikhilananda and Margaret Wilson, daughter of the American president Woodrow Wilson. ... 84 Sri Aurobindo puts the matter more plainly in a letter to a disciple: “I am not interested in my own biography.
The poetry was still in the hands of Aurobindo's disciples and some mystics. Naturally the spirit of the ... They have given expression to the political aspect of Indian nationalism, especially the political event of 1942. According to Hans Kohh, the ...
Satish Barbuddhe - 2007 - Full view
On November 24, 1926, the Day of Siddhi, Sri Aurobindo experienced the descent of Krishna in the physical; in other ... He passed a life of complete retirement for about twelve years, from 1926 to 1938, hardly seeing anybody but keeping in contact with his disciples through written words. ... setback for the evolution.12 In1942, he advised the people of India to accept Sri Aurobindo's Life, Mind and Art 23.
Sri Aurobindo's first years (1910-1914) of 'silent Yoga', as we can infer from the painstakingly detailed 'Record of ... These writings could be supplemented by the hundreds — perhaps thousands — of letters written to the disciples; and ... With this background, it was hardly surprising that, in his message to Sir Stafford Cripps of 31 March 1942, Sri Aurobindo welcomed the mission "as an opportunity given ...
Sujata Nahar, Michel Danino, Shankar Bandyopadhyay - 2005 - Snippet view - More editions
Duraiswami Iyer, an eminent and brilliant advocate of the Madras High Court and Sri Aurobindo's disciple. ... Later, in March 1942, Sri Aurobindo sent him as his personal envoy to the Congress leaders to urge them to accept Sir Stafford ...
He detached himself completely but kept in contact with his disciples through written replies. ... He also advised the acceptance of the Cripps proposals in1942, but Gandhiji and his companions were in favour of independence and launched ...
When I started work on it late in 1942, I was not slow to realise that the biographer of Sri Aurobindo had himself to be a ... had maintained of SriAurobindo's conversations with his disciples at Pondicherry; and yet another record of the talks, the ...
Roque Ferriols - 1966 - Snippet view
"Letters of Sri Aurobindo to Disciples," Sri Aurobindo Mandir Annual, Vol. Ill, Third Yearbook of the Sri ... Ideal," Sri Aurobindo Mandir Annual, Vol. I, First Yearbook of the Sri Aurobindo Mandir (Calcutta: Sri Aurobindo Pathamandir, 1942), 4-10.
People wondered why Sri Aurobindo was giving so much support to a sworn enemy of India like Churchill. Sri Aurobindo's concern was not for Britain, the United States, India or any other country. We must ... a disciple (29-7-1942) " .
29-7-1942 * 2What we say is not that the Allies have not done wrong things, but that they stand on the side of the ... 1 This letter was written to a disciple in answer to his doubts about Sri Aurobindo's publicly declared standpoint with regard to ...