Sisir Kumar Mitra came from Shantiniketan, and has never looked back. Historian and educationist and Yogi, Sisir Mitra has been among the friendliest and most helpful of the Ashram community [p.560]...I am indebted to Sisir Kumar Mitra of Sri Aurobindo Ashram for much of the information contained in this section. [p.25] -- Sri Aurobindo : a biography and a history by K.R. Srinivasa Iyengar ...
SISIR KUMAR MITRA. Professor of History of Civilization and Joint Director of Education, Sri Aurobindo International University Centre, Pondicherry. Formerly Lecturer in Cultural History at Rabindranath Tagore Visva-Bharati ( World University), Shantiniketan. Author of: [5:52 PM]
- Sri Aurobindo - a Homage: Sri Aurobindo and his Ashram; Visva-Bharati, Shantiniketan, 1940; [3d rev. and enl. ed.] - Sri Aurobindo Library, Madras, 1950. - 66 p. port.
- The Future of India; Sri Aurobindo Library, Madras, 1941
- India's Cultural Empire and Her Future; Sri Aurobindo Library, Madras, 1947
- Sri Aurobindo and Indian freedom; Sri Aurobindo Library, Madras, 1948. - 80 p.
- The Vision Of India; Culture publishers, Calcutta, 1947; Bombay, New York: Jaico Publishing House, 1949. - xv, 336 p.; 17 cm. Bombay: Jaico Publishing House, 1972.- 336 p. 17 cm.
- The Dawn Eternal: The Secret of India's Evolution; Sri Aurobindo Ashram, Pondicherry, 1954
- The Liberator - Sri Aurobindo, India and the World; Jaico Pub. House, New Delhi, 1954.- x, 220 p.: port.; 17 cm.- NOTES: Bibliography: p. -217. [2d ed.].- Bombay: Jaico Pub. House, 1970.- ix, 307 p. 18 cm.- NOTES: "Special centenary edition." Bibliography: p. -296.
- Sri Aurobindo and the New World; Sri Aurobindo Ashram, Pondicherry, 1957, , 77 p.
- THE EARLY RULERS OF KHAJURAHO; 1958, Calcutta, pp xiii + 251, The Early Rulers of Khajuraho. (The Candellas of Bundelkhand); 1977
- Resurgent India; Allied Publishers, Bombay, 1963
- History as the Future; Sri Aurobindo Ashram, Pondicherry, 1968
- India's evolution, its meaning - Bombay: Jaico Pub. House, 1968.- x, 157 p. 19 cm.- NOTES: Cover title: Evolution of India, its meaning.
- India and Her Future, 1971
- India: vision and fulfilment; D. B. Taraporevala Sons, Bombay, 1972.- vi, 290 p. illus. 22 cm.
- Sri Aurobindo: the quest for the Divine Consciousness; Indian Book Co., New Delhi, 1972.- 215 p.
- Sri Aurobindo: towards victory of the light supreme.- New Delhi: Orient Paperbacks, 1976.- 208 p.
- Sisir Kumar Mitra, (ed), East Indian Bronzes, Calcutta University, Calcutta, 1979
- The integral vision in history; Sri Aurobindo Mandir 1945
- Sri Aurobindo and Indian polity; Sri Aurobindo Circle, 1949
- Sri Aurobindo and the future of India; Bhavan's Journal, December 15, 1957
- Review of "Sri Aurobindo's Political Thought: Mukhopadhyay"; The Advent, April 1959
- The Mother, India and the world; Pioneer of the Supramental Age, Sri Aurobindo Ashram - Delhi Branch, 1958
- Sri Aurobindo's relics from Pondicherry to Bengal; Mother India, March, 1959
- Indian Renaissance: early phases; Sri Aurobindo Circle, 1963
- Mystic in unique role: how Aurobindo gave new impetus to freedom movement; Indian Express, August 11, 1968
The Vision Of India (Paperback-2000) by Sisir Kumar Mitra About the Book Among the world's classics of great literature of great literature, Sir Edwin Arnold's The Light of Asia' And 'The Indian Song of Songs' (Gita Govinda) have enjoyed a unique degree of popularity of the two works. The Light of Asia' in particular has run into nearly a hundred different editions and with every new edition the demand for more has increased rather than slackened through the last century. Because of the unfailing inspiration, delight and enlightenment that 'The Light of Asia' And 'The Indian Song of Songs' constantly provide to the reading public, the publishers have deemed if-fit to include in the present one-volume edition, for the first time, both the books as an aid to readers unaquainted with the Sanskrit language.
By way of an explanatory introduction to the philosophy of Bhuddism as expounded by its founder, we have included in the opening pages of this volume a learned essay by Mr. K.D. Sethna, an ardent disciple of Sri Aurobindo and a poet and writer of great merit. Mr. Sethna, essay is a complementary adjunct to the study of Arnold's The Light of Asia' in as much as the one is a philosophic approach to Buddhism and its immortal teacher while the other is a predominantly poetic approach. It must, however be noted to the lasting credit of Sir Edwin Arnold that, despite many criticisms to the contrary, his exposition of the tenets and teachings of Buddha as found in 'The Light of Asia' is one of the truest and best ever found in the English Language.