When Sri Aurobindo was preparing to sit down to write, Champaklal brought three copies of The Life Divine for his autograph. Champaklal read out the names of the buyers, which were written on a slip of paper. When his own name came, he kept silent. Then Nirodbaran said: "Champaklal. " Sri Aurobindo turned and remarked, "You should have said, 'Who is this Champaklal?'" There was laughter again. [...]
At noon Nirodbaran read out a letter to Sri Aurobindo. It was written by Sisir Maitra to Anilbaran in the course of their discussion on Reason, Buddhi, Kant, Hegel, the Gita, etc. Ultimately Sri Aurobindo was referred to. In the evening Purani took up the topic. Document: Home > E-Library > Works Of Disciples > Nirodbaran > Talks With Sri Aurobindo-Vol 1 > 11 To 19 Dec.1939
Wednesday, 29 Apr KIRTAN--heart-opening chanting of the names ::: Verite Hall ::: Wed ::: 7:00 PM
Hindu Devotional Blog: ANNAI & AUROBINDO ASHRAM - PART 5 By Gayathri It refers here to seeing Sri Aurobindo and the Mother and to receive their blessings. After Sri Aurobindo retired from daily contact with his disciples, he saw them only a few times a year on what came to be known as the Darshan days. ... Hindu Devotional Blog
the seventh waves: Integral Yoga Means Total Surrender Submission ... By the seventh waves Sri Aurobindo "Our yoga is not identical with the yoga of the Gita although it contains all that is essential in the Gita's yoga. In our yoga we begin with the idea, the will, the aspiration of the complete surrender; but at the same ...the seventh waves
by Rai SRI AUROBINDO –“On my summits of calm I have brooded With voices around me.” SRIMAD BHAGAUATAM –“The mind, when it is steady in divine contemplation, expresses sattwa overcoming rajas and tamas. No more is there feverish hankering after ...
Immortality of Man
by Piper .. Sri Aurobindo, on the Immortality of Man: Although consenting here to a mortal body, He is Undying; limit and bond he knows not; For Him, the aeons are a playground, Life and its deeds are his splendid shadow.
Chakras - An Overview
27 Apr 2009 A brief overview of chakras in human body. Music: Om Anandamayi Om ânandamayi chaitanyamayi satyamayi parame Om Thou full of bliss, full of consciousness, full of truth, supreme. (lyrics by Sri Aurobindo) .... OM NAMO BHAGAVATE SRI RAMANAYA.
Prabhakaran is no Subhas Chandra Bose: he is a mere Tamil chauvinist
Lankaweb - Netaji was primarily a left wing activist who had received from his political guru Chittaranjan Das, the dedication to the cause of Indian freedom based on Hindu-Muslim unity; compare that with Prabhakaran’s ignorant ethno-centric ‘struggle’ that failed to accommodate even the Eastern Province Tamils.
As to the respective influences that fashioned them, Netaji was born close to the turn of the century, in 1897. Like all middle class eastern Indians of the time, he was deeply influenced by the intellectual and cultural milieu of Bengal, the ‘liberation’ philosophy of Swami Vivekananda and Sri Aurobindo in particular,