Tuesday, September 21, 2010

This quickly withdrew her hand is another interpretation of the scene

Anonymous has left a new comment on your post "Manoj duo have turned Heehs Das": 
You have revealed the ugly force behind the book in your revelatory, and by far the best critique that there exists. True, eloquent and masterful are both your comments. Posted by Anonymous to Savitri Era at 12:37 PM, September 21, 2010
drraghu has left a new comment on your post "This book has the impudence of luridly speaking ab...":
The relationship between the Gopis and Krishna was romantic, erotic, and spiritual at the same time. The relationship of Mirabai to her beloved Krishna was both romantic and spiritual.
The Indian bhakti tradition celebrates the romantic and erotic manifestations of spiritual love. It is silly and immature to set up a false opposition between the human and the divine facets of spiritual love.
Even IF there were romantic and erotic elements in the spiritual love of Aurobindo and Mirra Alfassa for one another, what would this undermine or disprove other than the presence of the faculty of Buddhi in those who would see this acknowledgment, or conjecture, as "sacrilege" or "blasphemy"? Posted by drraghu to Savitri Era Open Forum at 2:04 PM, September 20, 2010
Reply by rakesh on Wed 15 Sep 2010 12:07 AM IST |  Profile |  Permanent Link
you are right sandeep. There was not need for putting that “she quickly withdrew her hand". This quickly withdrew her hand is another interpretation of the scene. Most unnecessary comment. Reply.  Home, Cardinal Slur
Bharti Broadband ( Madras, Tamil Nadu, India, 14 returning visits, Anonymous has left a new comment on your post "I feel a movement of integration descending": 
RY Deshpande might be of the opinion that the SA Ashram is full of Baboos and he doesn't hesitate to call Manoj Das Gupta one… they are certainly not doing any service to the SA Ashram or its founders. Posted by Anonymous to Savitri Era Open Forum at 12:35 PM, September 20, 2010
Let us first go through AB Purani's summary of this passage and the remaining part of the canto. (Sri Aurobindo's Savitri: An Approach and a Study, pp. ...
drraghu has left a new comment on your post "Peter's book faithfully reflects Sri Aurobindo's v...": 
Although Peter does acknowledge that Savitri is a "vast symbolic account" of Aurobindo's yoga and "a record of his experiences", I will add that he ought to have emphasized and discussed at some length Aurobindo's view that Savitri was an attempt to express, in the medium of poetry, occult and spiritual truths. 
It seems to me that the indubitable status of Savitri as a literary work should not occlude or eclipse its equally important status as a work of "mystic poetry" in Aurobindo's specific conception of that type of poetry. Posted by drraghu to Savitri Era Open Forum at 1:44 PM, September 21, 2010
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