As a follow-up to the article on Mūrti Pūjā, the author here describes the deep symbolism behind the form of Devi Saraswati.
How is Sri Aurobindo’s spiritual nationalism which invokes the highest ideals of Sanatana Dharma different from a narrow and exclusive religious nationalism?
A video inspired by Sri Aurobindo’s sonnet ‘The Hill-top Temple’ which describes his experience at a Devi temple near Pune, in 1902.
This is the first issue in a new series titled ‘Streams of Sādhanā’, and focuses on the theme – Concentration and Focus. As is the practice at Renaissance, the current issue explores the theme in a multi-dimensional manner, since Integral Yoga does not leave out any aspect of life. Readers will find here explorations into the topic from the perspectives of spiritual sādhanā, study and mental development, overall well-being, and more.
In addition to a review of Larry Seidlitz’s book ‘Integral Yoga at Work’, a recording of an online interaction with the author is also featured here.
Bindu Popli, an artist and art educator speaks of the significance of art education in helping students develop a greater sense of harmony and inner balance.
A video post on the poem ‘The New Creator’ which speaks of the significance of the Yoga of Sri Aurobindo for the future of India, world, humanity and earth.
Vinata Joshi speaks to us about Powada, a popular performance art from Maharashtra, involving story-telling, poetry, music and theatre arts.
We speak with the authors of book, ‘The Games India Plays’ about the necessity of reviving and popularising the traditional outdoor games of India.