|With Aurobindo in Baroda
Dinendra Kumar Roy
This is the first English translation of the author's memoir of the two years he spent in Baroda with Sri Aurobindo, living in his house and teaching him Bengali. From 1898 to 1900 or 1901, Roy had the opportunity to observe Sri Aurobindo closely and he describes many charming incidents that reveal Sri Aurobindo's generous and compassionate nature, his intense concentration, his "liquid and soft" laughter, and his complete lack of ambition or selfishness. "As I became acquainted with his nature," he writes, "I realised that Sri Aurobindo was not of this world. He who has spent even a few days with Aurobindo can never forget him for the rest of his life."
|Dr. Syama Prasad Mookerjee
"a pure and manly life"
Based on a talk given at Sri Aurobindo International Centre of Education on the occasion of Dr. Syama Prasad Mookerjee's birth centenary, this book highlights his major contributions to Indian education and politics. Later known as "the lion of the Parliament", Mookerjee was an ardent son of India who led a courageous crusade against the partition of Bengal. The Mother chose him as chairman of the Sri Aurobindo Memorial Convention in 1951, where he concluded his speech with a call for India to fulfill her destiny and for the world to heed the voice of Sri Aurobindo and his message for the future of humanity.
|Savitri: Legenda i Simbol
Kniga 4 Pesnj 1: Rozhdenie Plameni
|Prithvi par Atimanas ki Abhivyakti
|Devshishu ke Nirmata Mata-Pita
|Sri Ma ko Sath Rakhna
Sri Mataji ki Premswaroop Upasthiti ke Anubhav
|Annaiyin Arul Mozhigal (Part 1)
Annaiyin Nool Thoguthi - 15 (Bagam - 1)
|Annaiyin Arul Mozhigal (Part 2)
Annaiyin Nool Thoguthi - 15 (Bagam - 2)
|Sri Aravindula Savitri
M. P. Pandit
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