By Sri Aurobindo (1912) We know, for instance, that in the phenomena, say, of automatic writing or of communication from the dead, it is disputed whether the phenomena proceed from outside, from disembodied minds, or from within, from the subliminal consciousness. The Puranas and the Tantras by Sri Aurobindo; Essay on rebirth by Sri Sri Aurobindo Essay 3 (200 words) Aurobindo Acroyd Ghose was born in Calcutta in a Bengali family on 15 th of August in 1872.
His father name was Krishna Dhun Ghose (Assistant Surgeon of Rangapur in Bengal) and mother name was Swarnalotta Devi. Sri Aurobindo left this world on December 5th, 1950. The Mother continued his work in the earthly plane until she passed away in the seventies.
In this section we are presenting a few essays and writings of Sri Aurobindo and The Mother for our reader's benefit. Aurobindo believed that India's national movement had to succeed so that India could complete her destined task and" become herself.
So swaraj was not merely a hint of political independence; swaraj was the means by which she could become a spiritual guide to the whole of humanity. Essay on Sri Aurobindo: for Kids, Children and Students! Essay# Short LifeSketch: Sri Aurobindo Ghosh was born on August 15, 1872, at Konnagar near Calcutta (Kolkata). At 5 he was sent to a Darjeeling convent and, at the age of 7, he was sent to England for education and lived there for 14 years.
Essays and Articles from Sri Aurobindo's writings Essays in Philosophy and Yoga the Mother and Sri Aurobindo are copyright Sri Aurobindo Ashram Trust, Pondicherry India. An offering by at The Lotus Feet of The Mother and Sri Aurobindo Sri Aurobindo was a revolutionary, poet, philosopher, writer, and Spiritual Master.
One of India's great modern philosophers, Aurobindo was a prolific author who expressed his views on humankind, nature, God, and the cosmos in