Pages: 254 Dimensions (in cms): 14x22 ISBN: 978-93-5210-187-0
Publisher: Sri Aurobindo Ashram Publication Department, Pondicherry
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About Sri Aurobindo's Talks of 1926
Anilbaran Roy’s account is his record of informal conversations between Sri Aurobindo and about a dozen of his disciples between May and September 1926. These talks were serialised in part for Mother India during the early 1950s and in full between 1977 and 1986 for Sri Aurobindo Circle. The talks cover a wide range of topics—his own life and spiritual practice, his method of yoga, India under British rule, Indian politics and the freedom struggle, Indian religion, education and culture, Western influence on life in India, and the future of humanity. As with A.B. Purani’s account of Sri Aurobindo’s talks in the 1920s, they give the reader a sense of Sri Aurobindo's versatile personality, his spiritual insight and experience, and his approach to some of the important issues of his time.