This writing from Karmayogin speaks perfectly of the deeper nationalism which is compatible with the eternal Indian spirit. What was true for the Indian freedom movement remains valid today, in the sense that similar level of tapasya, pursuit of wisdom and invocation of shakti is demanded for building a future India that is true to her inner genius.
Written by Vijay Poddar as his second quarterly test answer in the 1st year of Higher Course at SAICE, this was published in Mother India, 15 August 1962.
In the introductory chapter of his two-volume book ‘Correspondence with Sri Aurobindo’ Nirodbaran refers to Sri Aurobindo as a modern Guru for the modern age. What does he mean by that? Let’s find out.