Saturday, June 04, 2011

That critique of the Congress was by Sri Aurobindo

Sri Aurobindo Society: Talk by Mangesh Nadkarni, 8,. Thomas Park, Race Course, 6 p.m. [India's Spiritual Destiny Mangesh Nadkarni (2006), Savitri - a Brief Introduction (Four Talks) Mangesh Nadkarni (1999), Hindu Muslim Unity: In Sri Aurobindo's Light Mangesh Nadkarni Dr (1996)]
Enter the Godmen 4 Jun 2011 
Sri Aurobindo was a freedom fighter, a revolutionary and a political activist jailed for his political views even while he embarked on his great spiritual journey. Swami Vivekananda concerned himself with not only inner growth and personal evolution but influenced political thought. (Gandhi was known to say that his whole life was an effort to bring into actions the ideas of Vivekananda.) ...
Anna Hazare and his cohorts (even Swami Agnivesh) just didn’t represent the Hindu card the way Ramdev seems to do. And with a ruling party accused of practicing pseudo-secularism and appeasing its Muslim vote bank, along with the double jeopardy of its chairperson being a Roman Catholic by birth, is it any wonder that Hindu leaders like Ramdev are given the import they are? And by the way, that critique of the Congress was by Sri Aurobindo. Malavika Sangghvi is a Mumbai-based writer
Peter Heehs; Nationalism, Religion, and Beyond: Writings on Politics, Society, and Culture by Sri Aurobindo, 2005 SABDA 

Nationalism, Religion and Beyond : Writings on Politics, Society and Culture/Sri Aurobindo. Edited by Peter Heehs. New Delhi, Permanent Black, 2005, 1:27 PM
In his magnum opus "Eternity and Freedom", Dr. Varma has attempted to build his own idealistic system of thought, somewhat on the lines of Sri Aurobindo's ... [Eternity and freedom (K.P. Jayaswal memorial lecture series)]
Sri Aurobindo's 1947 meeting with two French visitors | Integral ...
Towards the end of September 1947, leading Indian newspapers carried reports that Sri Aurobindo, in seclusion since 1926 had received two visitors, ...
Note the following words—“presumably”, “does not seem”, “seems to have”, “may have”, “would have”. Is this history or guesswork?
Savitri Era of those who adore, Om Sri Aurobindo & The Mother. ... Sri Aurobindo had deputed a couple of boys to cut off his tuft. Coming from a traditional ...
Savitri Era: Integralism encounters impediments
Savitri Era of those who adore, Om Sri Aurobindo & The Mother. ... The integralism that The Mother & Sri Aurobindo have ushered in cannot be improved upon. ...
Kangali Charan Pati, Prapatti Posted at 1:22 PM Friday, August 25, 2006
Sri Aurobindo and the Theory of Emergent Evolution. Sri Aurobindo Circle 1957; The Advent August 1957
Review of 'The Philosophy of Sri Aurobindo' by Ram Nath Sharma, 1960. Mother India August 1961
One of the key aids of Babaji Maharaj to spread the message and philosophy of The Mother and Sri Aurobindo’s in Orissa has been volumes of his writings in simple Oriya in the name of “Sri Aurobindo Loka Sahitya”. He wrote small booklets on various topics of interest to simplify the philosophy of Sri Aurobindo and The Mother to help the people of Orissa understand and appreciate it. 
He has also written articles in various different publications including, news letters, magazines, souvenirs etc. Apart from his writings in books and articles, there are innumerable number of letters to the devotees across Orissa responding to queries of various facets of life and challenges in the path of Integral Yoga. Many of his speeches during meetings and functions have also been archived.
On the occasion of his Birth Centenary, members of All Orissa Sri Aurobindo Study Circle Committee resolved to pay their tribute to Babaji Maharaj by bringing out collections of his works, including Sri Aurobindo Loka Sahitya, articles, letters and speeches.
Many of the devotees have taken keen interest in translating these volumes into English as Babaji Maharaj’s works have always been in Oriya. We intend to publish these translations in series for the benefit of our readers.
Recent Updates 
Members of Sri Aurbindo Shrikshetra, Dalijoda, Cuttack (one of the most important Sadhana Kendras in Odisha which was directly supervised and guided by Babaji Maharaj and Prapatti) have appealed for help towards the development of the centre. Request you to please read the appeal and extend your helping hand ... 
Nothing in us may be an impediment Posted at 1:24 PM Wednesday, August 23, 2006I have crossed out "turned Rishi" because that suggests an old formula of the past, and the future poet should exceed all past formulas. --Sri Aurobindo (5.2.1934, CWSA: LPA.27.218)

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