Both Sri Aurobindo and the Mother almost at the same age chose Pondicherry to be their refuge, the fulcrum of their futuristic activities towards divinisation of the earth. Sri Aurobindo came first on 4 April 1910 and prepared the ground for the Mother to follow him on 29 March 1914. Sri Aurobindo left the earth after 40 more years leaving the field to the Mother, his only collaborator, to continue the work towards completion which she did with utmost diligence and aptitude for…Continue
Posted on April 23, 2014 at 8:56
Aju Mukhopadhyay is a renowned bi-lingual poet and writer who has authored a dozen books in Bangla and almost equal number of volumes in English. Currently he lives in Pondicherry, a place that has been hallowed by the spiritual presence of one of the most illustrious sons of Bengal-Sri Aurobindo.
Mukhopadhyay’s latest book of verse entitled Insect’s Nest and Other Poems is neatly printed on good quality paper with an attractive cover page featuring wasps building their…Continue
Posted on July 21, 2013 at 9:34 — 1 Comment
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Posted on May 2, 2013 at 3:00
I feel the joy of announcing the recent publication of the following two books by me. With this total number of books authored by me comes to 30.
The World of Sri Aurobindo’s Creative Literature. Authorspress, New Delhi. Rs.600. 2013
Sri Aurobindo could be a remarkable dramatist and fiction writer too apart from poet but he was either engaged as a secret revolutionary leader or a political leader in the open field; either professor, journalist,…Continue
Posted on March 20, 2013 at 10:14
While in her body, Mother entrusted certain works to certain persons according to the suitability of one’s inner conditions, according to the necessity of time and place, which she must have reconsidered had she been a witness to it till today. From a letter of Sri Aurobindo dated 28.9.1933 we find that this point was hinted at, “As for Mother, one will not find in her this blind adherence to an arrangement once made. . . . There is a plasticity…Continue
Posted on June 17, 2012 at 0:10