In this part, the author summarises the nature of Indian genius and describes the flag of India’s spiritual mission which symbolises the spirit of India.
For a true rebirth of India, we must convert her innate genius into a living force of inspiration for every activity of our individual and collective life.
This story titled ‘Swarāt Samrāt’ in our ongoing series invites us to ponder upon the concept and practice of self-mastery and self-conquest.
What happens next to Neel and Lal? And what of the jewels each of them had? Read all about it in this part 2 of the story and learn of a deep Vedantic truth.
Without the Grace descending from above, no amount of personal effort at rejecting the countless imperfections within can help one make lasting progress. This is true for the individual sadhana, and also for the national sadhana.
Sri Aurobindo emphasizes that the perfection sought in the integral Yoga is not only to be one with the Shakti in her highest spiritual power and in her universal action, but to realise and possess her fullness in our individual being and nature.
A video inspired by Sri Aurobindo’s sonnet ‘The Hill-top Temple’ which describes his experience at a Devi temple near Pune, in 1902.