Sunday, September 19, 2010

Jhumur and Manoj DG are hand in glove

Sri Aurobindo Society: Golden jubilee celebration, AP-514, J Block, 8th St., Anna Nagar, 6 p.m.. 
Date: 2010-09-18 Sri Aurobindo Society: Is conducting a debate on the topic ‘Which Will Make India Progress: Politics or Spiritualism’, today, 6 pm, at AP 514, J Block, 8th Street, Anna Nagar. For details, call: 26161826 Kkk
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A lover and follower of Sri Aurobindo and the Mother, Dr. Mangesh V.Nadkarni was a distinguished scholar and an inspiring speaker, especially on Sri ...
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Sri Aurobindo then says that he could be the Master of Evolution. On one occasion the Mother speaks of the Master of Yoga. In the prayer of 9 December 1950 the Mother addresses Sri Aurobindo as “our Master”. ...
Comment posted by RY Deshpande:  Re: An Open Letter...The Jhumur Episode and The Registrar’s Non-Performance
This is an unfortunate episode, occurring for the first time in the entire history of the Centre of Education, I myself teaching here now for thirty years. But it seems the times have changed, thanks to the divisive Lives of Sri Aurobindo. But could it be that the whole business was rather contrived by him, thinking that he had a chance to teach me a lesson,—teach for having written an Open Letter to him. It is transparent that both, Jhumur and Manoj DG, are hand in glove as far as the controversial biography is concerned; that is its great contribution celebrated by the sciy-ites.
My purpose of making this institutional matter public is essentially to expose the non-performance of the Registrar of the Centre of Education, when all other persuasive means have been stone-walled. This is something which cannot be taken lightly, that which cannot be condoned when serious questions regarding administration of the Ashram are being raised. Pointing the finger of accusation at the administration is undoubtedly painful, but perhaps it is also necessary not to shirk from undertaking such a task. In fact, making it public is more for the sake of those who are helpless, vulnerable, unaided, who cannot voice their views for one reason or the other, rather than for those who can speak out expecting officials favours in the least.

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