The author reminds that Sri Aurobindo wants free India to accept boldly the challenge of the age and give the world a lead in solving problems of collective life by applying her spiritual ideals.
In this part, Prema Nandkumar elaborates upon Sri Aurobindo’s brilliant translations of selected shlokas from a few sargas of Valmiki Ramayana.
“At some fortuitous moment of time the glory of Indian civilisation met the grandeur of the Sanskrit language. The Ramayana and the Mahabharata were born.”
Sri Aurobindo explains the true meaning of equality. His letter dealing with samatā and loyalty to truth is especially relevant for our present times.
Sri Aurobindo gives us a profound understanding of one of the most popularly quoted phrases from the Bhagavad Gita – योगः कर्मसु कौशलम् or “Yoga is skill in works.” A special offering on International Day of Yoga.
We feature here three passages from Sri Aurobindo which give us a deep understanding of the inner significance of practicing higher virtues.
Dr. Chhalamayi Reddy, an award-winning principal with more than 30 years of experience, shares her experience of bringing Indian-ness at her school.
Our ancestors added various regimens to maintain physical and mental discipline before and during the yatra to ensure the holistic well-being of the yatris.
An important writing of Sri Aurobindo, published in Arya in September 1914, in which he answers the question – What is the significance of the name, “Arya”.
Sri Aurobindo considers closely the situation from which the Gita arises, “in its largest bearings as a type of human life and even of all world-existence.”