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||An Introduction to Sri Aurobindo's Epic Savitri A Legend and a Symbol|
Compiled by Shraddhavan
Available since 23-Nov-2019
Binding: Soft Cover
Price: Rs 125
Beginning with Sri Aurobindo’s own Author’s Note on Savitri, some statements of the Mother on Savitri, and a note on how the poem developed over the years from 1916 to 1950, this concise handbook then very briefly summarises each canto of the entire epic. Compiled by Shraddhavan of Savitri Bhavan, the summaries are based on work by M.P. Pandit and members of the Gruppo Germoglio of Modena, Italy. The book concludes with an introductory reading list of reference works and studies by various authors.
||A Focused Journey Through Sri Aurobindo's Savitri|
(Selections from Savitri)
Edited by Chandra Prakash Khetan
Available since 13-Nov-2019
Binding: Hard Cover
Price: Rs 600
A collection of extensive selections from Savitri covering all the cantos of the poem, this book attempts to guide the reader by providing titles to the selections that highlight the central message and theme and throw some light on the content of the passage itself. It also includes chapters on what Sri Aurobindo and the Mother said about Savitri, the story of Savitri from the Mahabharata, and a look at the original legend vis-à-vis Sri Aurobindo’s treatment that gave us Savitri: a Legend and a Symbol.
||Invitation to Sri Aurobindo's Savitri|
Based on a series of talks in Pondicherry
M. V. Nadkarni
Available since 16-Oct-2019
Binding: Soft Cover
Price: Rs 450
The first chapter of this book, which is based on the author’s series of thirty-one talks introducing the poem, lays down a few key principles in his approach to the subject. First, that in writing Savitri, Sri Aurobindo was leaving for posterity a verbal embodiment of his own consciousness. Then, through the poetry he was flooding the earth atmosphere with the vibrations of hope and love in an age already wallowing in nihilism, building a bridge between this world of human limitations and the future world that he was opening up. And that is why the writing of Savitri is a very significant event in human history. The transcribed talks cover the entire epic as well as chapters on how to read Savitri and comparisons with the original legend. The book concludes with a glossary of Sanskrit terms used in the poem and references for the many quotations from Savitri and from other texts by Sri Aurobindo cited by the author.