Correspondences, Interviews and Conversations with Sri Aurobindo ... - Avadhani, Bhanabhai G. Patel, Compiled by Avadhani - 2002 - This compilation offers a wide choice of extracts from some of the correspondences, interviews, and conversations that Sri Aurobindo and the Mother had with various sadhaks.
The Perennial Quest for a Psychology with a Soul: An Inquiry Into ... - Joseph Vrinte - 2002 - Preview The subject matter of this book is so vast that it would be presumptuous to attempt to deal with comprehensively and it would be pre-posterous to pretend to a final solution to a set of ideasas comprehensive as these worldviews.
In Another Country: Colonialism, Culture, and the English Novel in ... - Page 168 - Priya Joshi - 2002 - Preview - More editions Written at the height of the anticolonial movement, Aurobindo's homage further notes Bankim's real gift to Bengal: "he gave us a means by which the soul of Bengal could express itself to itself (10). That this new self should find itself in and ...
History Of Modern India1707 A.d. To 2000 A.d. - Page 348 - Radhey Shyam Chaurasia - 2002 - Preview In Bengal Barindra Kumar Ghose the younger brother of Sir Aurobindo Ghose and Bupendra Nath Dutta brother of Swami Vivekananda were the prominent leaders of the Terrorist Movement, B.K. Ghose started newspapers entitled "Yugantar" ...
Habitations Of Modernity - Page 23 - Dipesh Chakrabarty - 2002 - Preview - More editions The process of inversion is reflected clearly in Aurobindo's [a nationalist leader] famous Uttarpara speech ... "I spoke once before with this force in me and I said then that this movement is not a political movement and that nationalism is not ...
Spiritual Revolution - Premananda Deva, Lakshmi Devi - 2002 - Preview - More editions The truths in this book are discourses between the highest consciousness and the mental plane. they discuss methods for purification, for examination, and for elimination of the present problems on Earth, for a master plan.
Organisation Behaviour - Page 281 - S. Shajahan - 2007 - Preview - More editions Organizations are free to hire and fire employees based on the behaviour of the market and technological change. ... leaders like Swmai Vivenkananda, Rabindranath Tagore and Rishi Aurobindo, we may heading for the doomsdays in distant ...
Indian Literary Criticism: Theory and Interpretation - Page 153 - G. N. Devy - 2002 - Preview - More editions Poet, philosopher, mystic, political activist and nationalist, Sri Aurobindo (1872-1950) is quite an enigmatic and ... In no time, however, Aurobindo had acquired mastery over Bengali, Sanskrit, Gujarati as he had done with respect to English, ...
Studies In Indian Poetry In English - Page 56 - U. S. Rukhaiyar, Amar Nath Prasad - 2002 - Full view - More editions This particular extract authenticates Sri Aurobindo's views of poetry as mantra.. No classical literary critic had ever defined poetry as incantation. He points out that his long epic 'Savitri' is mantric in sound and effect. he attributes its versification ...
Indian English Literature - Page 4 2002 - Preview In Hindu consciousness death has been a perpetual theme with the Indian poets in English: from Derozio to Dutts, from Tagore to Aurobindo, from Ezekiel to Mahapatra, from Daruwalla to Bhatnagar but with Ramanujan it is transformed into a...
Hinterlands and Horizons: Excursions in Search of Amity - Margaret Chatterjee - 2002 - Preview - More editions The work starts with the Enlightenment's idea of fraternity and its destruction during the fratricide of the French Terror.
Conversations and Transformations: Toward a New Ethics of Self and ... - Ananta Kumar Giri - 2002 - Preview - More editions In this intriguing new book, Indian social theorist Ananta Kumar Giri issues a stirring call for scholars of contemporary social theory and practice to grapple with late modernity's most pressing social and political issues.
Building in the Margins of Shacks: The Vision and Projects of ... - Ananta Kumar Giri - 2002 - Preview This Book Is A Significant Contribution To The Study Of Religion, Social Movements And Globalization.
Social relevance of philosophy: essays on applied philosophy - P. George Victor - 2002 - The Essays Study The Relevance Of Philosophy At The Social Level, Examining Various Philosophical Systems.
Patterns of the present: from the perspective of Sri Aurobindo and ... - Georges van Vrekhem - 2002 - A companion volume to Overman: The Intermediary between the Human and the Supramental Being by the same author, Patterns of the Present is a profound, enjoyable read on the present situation of mankind and the world it lives in.
The Spectrum Of Consciousness - Page 140 - Ken Wilber - 2002 - Preview - More editions Further, the ways in which these changes affect our "breakthroughs to cosmic consciousness" have been elaborated by such renowned explorers as Teilhard de Chardin, Bucke, Sri Aurobindo, Jean Gebser, William I. Thompson, Rozak, von Weizacher, and others.
Gospel of Thomas Annotated & Explained - Page xix - Stevan L. Davies, Andrew Harvey - 2002 - Preview ... increasingly transfigured by the living light? The greatest of all modern philosophers—Sri Aurobindo—saw that only an “integral” transformation could provide the force and inspiration to change that must occur if humanity Foreword xix.
Postmodernism and Public Policy: Reframing Religion, Culture, ... - Page 45 - John B. Cobb - 2002 - Preview - More editions ... this book, but it is present already in Hindu literature. A fascinating example can be found in the writings of Sri Aurobindo, who had a series of quite varied mystical experiences, one of which Religious Pluralism and Truth 45.
Neoplatonism and Contemporary Thought - Page 76 - R. Baine Harris - 2002 - Preview - More editions Here we find the influence of Plato, Jean Gebser and Sri Aurobindo prominent in Wilber's reformulation of the significance of spiritual development. This distinction better enables Wilber to criticize those theories that declare, for example, that ...
A Passage to Shiv K. Kumar: From Agony to Ecstasy - Page 195 - Prabhat K. Singh - 2002 - Full view - More editions ... the early plays of Michael Madhusudan Dutt and Rabindranath Tagore who adhered to the native folk tradition in the background of Bengali theatre, or the plays of Sri Aurobindo who stuck to the Elizabethan tradition having Greek touches.
The Language of Post-Colonial Literatures: An Introduction - Page 149 - Ismail S. Talib - 2002 - Preview - More editions For example, Aurobindo Ghose tries to 'catch something of the Upanishadic movement so far as it is possible in English' in his lengthy poem Savitri (1950), although his effort has not met with aesthetic success (Parthasarathy 1976: 2).
Between two worlds: East and West : an autobiography - Jitendranath Mohanty - 2002 - This Book Is A Fascinating Memoir By One Of The Most Distinguished Philosophers From India In Recent Years.
Secularisation of Indian mind: a study of political ideas in India ... - V. Indira Devi - 2002 - The main objective will be accomplished only if the present generation after going through this book will start taking pride in the rich cultural heritage that our country possesses.
Critical Response To Indian English Literature - N. K. Mishra, Sabita Tripathy - 2002 - Preview These Articles Have Been Written To Stimulate A Genuine Desire In The Readers For Deeper Studies In Indian English Literature. This Book Is Expected To Be Of Considerable Interest And Use To The Students As Well As The Teachers As The ...
Absolutism: east and west : (a comparative study of Sri Aurobindo ... - Vijai Kant Dubey - 2002 - Originally presented as the author's thesis (Ph.D.)--
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Sri Aurobindo'S Savitri - Asoka K. Ganguli - 2002 The book has been mainly prepared in view of the need of students and of common readers of poetry, specially of Sri Aurobindo's poetry.
Sri Aurobindo: critical considerations Om Prakash Mathur - 2002 - Contributed articles on the poetry of Aurobindo Ghose, 1872-1950.
Sri Aurobindo The Spiritual Revo. - Atulindra Nath Chaturvedi - 2002 - These biographies have been written for the reader who is curious about the life, achievements and character of these legends.
Indian Religions: A Historical Reader of Spiritual Expression and ... - Peter Heehs - 2002 - Preview - More editions All the major traditions Buddhism, Jainism, Hinduism, Islam, Sikhism and new Indian religions are included.
Kashmir Shaivism: Under Siege - Page 84 - M. G. Chitkara - 2002 - Preview They attained enlightenment by themselves without any substantial help from an external guru. Buddha, Christ, Ramakrishna Paramahansa, Ramana Maharshi, SriAurobindo - all attained enlightenment by themselves. In Tantrism, the guru is ...
Poetry Of Nissim Ezekiel - Page 27 - A. Raghu - 2002 - Preview The poets before him, some of whom like Sri Aurobindo were extremely prolific, had a limited stock of themes beyond the matrices of which they seldom ventured. In general, they mostly preferred to write on themes which were considered ...
Culture and Customs of India - Page 29 - Carol E. Henderson - 2002 - Preview - More editions In the twentieth century, Aurobindo Ghose (1872-1950) established an influential religious center in Pondicherry. A concept of selflessness linked to a search for inner awareness energized many who called for social change. In the 1980s and ...
The Empire Writes Back: Theory and Practice in Post-Colonial ... - Page 121 - Bill Ashcroft, Gareth Griffiths, Helen Tiffin - 2002 - Preview - More editions ... only a few), let alone the large body of nineteenth-century and early twentieth-century writing, which includes such monumental figures as Rabindranath Tagore and Sri Aurobindo, has already established itself as well worth critical attention.
The Himalayan Masters: A Living Tradition - Page 139 - Rajmani Tigunait - 2002 - Preview ... of Karvirpitham and was then known by the name of Sadashiva Bharati. Swami Rama did not know what he was stepping into. Before becoming Shankaracharya, he had lived with Mahatma Gandhi, Rabindranath Tagore, and Sri Aurobindo, ...
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