Tuesday, December 09, 2008

Sri Aurobindo has stated that the Dravidian and Sanskritic languages have much in common

Language cannot keep pace with the seer's progress in awareness where, as Sri Aurobindo says, "All things in fact begin to change their nature and their appearance; one's whole experience of the world is radically different. There is a new, vast and deep way of experiencing, seeing, knowing, contacting." It obliges the seeker and the student to adopt a "much more subtle holistic and organic" interpretation of the mystic's utterances. Words are not enough to relate experience 9 Dec 2008, 0000 hrs IST, P L BHOLA Times of India - India

6 Dec 2008 by arya Such Vedic scholars as Sri Aurobindo have stated that the Dravidian and Sanskritic languages have much more in common than has yet been admitted and appear to have a common ancestor. Dravidian history does not contradict Vedic history ...

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Tuesday, 09 Dec Living Room ::: Visitors Centre upstairs ::: Tue ::: 7:00 PM
Photo exhibition on Ancient Angkor ::: Pavilion of Tibetan Culture (till 15 December, Sundays closed) ::: Tue ::: 9:00 AM
Soil workshop ::: Buddha Garden Community Farm ::: Tue ::: 8:00 AM

Tue Dec 9 Ayurvedic Acupressure Massage Auroville, Tamil Nadu, India (map)

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