Record of Yoga is the diary of Sri Aurobindo's yogic experiences between 1909 and 1927. In this, Sri Aurobindo used a special terminology with words from Sanskrit and other languages, as well as abbreviations and symbols. Readers of the Record of Yoga have been keenly awaiting the publication of a glossary of these special terms to facilitate their understanding of the text. While a print version of the glossary will be issued sometime in the future, a provisional version has now been made
available online here on the Archival Research page of the Ashram's website.
|Among the Great
Dilip Kumar Roy
This book brings together the author's records of his conversations and correspondence with Romain Rolland, Mahatma Gandhi, Bertrand Russell, Rabindranath Tagore, and most of all Sri Aurobindo. His aim was to elicit the views of eminent personalities on various aspects of life, from the role of art and science to social equality and moving on to spirituality. All five figures "are men of profound insight" who have "wrestled with the central problems of life and reached decisive certainties".
Dilip Kumar Roy was an eminent musician and writer. This book was first published in 1945. This new edition includes for the first time an account of the author's meeting with Bertrand Russell in 1953.
Mahasaraswati Aspect of the Mother
|Because Thou art
Words of Sri Aurobindo
Prastuti: Vimla Gupta
|Su La Depressione
Parole dagli scritti di Mre e Sri Aurobindo
Word meanings and explanations of the opening mantras of every chapter in The Life Divine by Sri Aurobindo.
Sri Aravindar-Sri Annai Ezhuttukkallilirundhu Thogukkapattavai
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