And where has Sri Aurobindo (or the Mother) said that his work is dependent on the Vedanta?
His interpreting the Veda, the Vedanta and the Gita does not make his work dependent on these. Where possible, he has also coined a new language. The Life Divine does not mention avatar or the sacrifice of the Purusha (as far as I know).
If other works do, we must take it that these concepts are handy to express what is important to his experience and woul have taken many more volumes of words otherwise. Again, the essence of "incarnation" as understood in Christianity does not find any representation in the Indic idea of avatarhood. But Sri Aurobindo sees some truth in the idea and brings it out in Savitri. It is debatable whether his work can be called Vedantic at all (particularly if one was to take the Mother's formulation of it). 9:09 AM
The Hindu : Tamil Nadu : Engagements - Coimbatore
Sri Aurobindo Devotees: Pushpanjali sevai, Sasi Balika Vidya Mandir, R.S. Puram, 9.30 a.m.; Sri Annai Meditation Centre, 4 p.m.
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Sri Aurobindo Society: Meeting, 5, Smith Rd., Anna Salai, 10-30 a.m.
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Daily meditation works is organized at Sri Aurobindo Ashrm. This program includes meditation workshop for sound health and long life.
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In The Secret of the Veda there is a chapter entitled The Guardians of the Light in which Sri Aurobindo describes a few of the Vedic gods,