I would also recommended subscribing to the feed. The posts are never too long, or for the most part, too short. Over time, you get a good sense of the main Aurobindo philosophy and practice, without having to read Aurobindo (which can be difficult!)
On my one trip to India, I spent a couple of weeks at Pondicherry, with some days at Auroville. Aurobindo is the originator or Integral Yoga, and one of his main disciples Haridas Chaudhuri (I think a disciple) a founder of California Institute of Integral Studies. So Aurobindo is really one of the first go-to "integral" guys - definitely before Ken Wilber.