Sunday, June 15, 2008

Cultural Integration Fellowship: The Lives of Sri Aurobindo, Speaker - Peter Heehs

Regional The Hindu Sunday, June 15, 2008 Madras HC Chief Justice visits Puducherry
Puducherry (PTI): Chief Justice of Madras High Court Justice A.K. Ganguly on Sunday inspected the new court complex here...
the Chief Justice also offered worship to the presiding deity at the Sri Manakula Vinayagar temple and also paid homage at the samadhis of Sri Aurobindo and The Mother in the Ashram premises.

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Cultural Integration Fellowship, June 15, The Lives of Sri Aurobindo About the Speaker: Peter Heehs, Ph.D., was born and educated in the US but has lived in India since 1971. One of the founders of the Sri Aurobindo Ashram Archives, Peter has published many books and articles. He will present and discuss his new book The Lives of Sri Aurobindo (Columbia University Press, May 2008). This book will be available for book signing and purchase at this event. CIF Home About CIF 57th Anniversary Program Listing Special Events Bookstore Membership Address: 2650 Fulton Street at 3rd Avenue, San Francisco, CA 94118 Phone: 415.668.1559 E-Mail:

Sri Aurobindo Society, Singapore 15th June 2008 Sunday 5.00 pm Essays on The Gita Reading Circle. 6.00 pm Savitri Circle

Sri Aurobindo Institute of Education, Salt Lake, Kolkata: The Study Centre Library remains open every Sunday from 5PM-6PM All are welcome

06-09-2008, 08:06 PM #4 BlackBillBlake; Senior Member Join Date: May 2004 Location: England Posts: 5,919 Lesser known philosophers that everyone should read
Sri Aurobindo. Probably the most important Indian philospher for centuries, but not widely known outside of a relatively small circle in the west.Probably his greatest philosophical work is 'The Life Divine'.

Since dialogue ultimately implies non-violence, it is but predictable that the book begins with a tribute to the Mahatma (who considered ahimsa to be Hinduism's greatest gift to mankind). Subsequent chapters talk about Vinoba Bhave, Nehru, Tagore, Satyajit Ray, Radhakrishnan, Sri Aurobindo, Abul Kalam Azad and Anand Coomaraswamy. -- Aditi Bhaduri
The Spirit of India By Ramin Jahanbegloo Penguin Books India, 2008 Pp. 173, Rs. 225/-
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