An exposition of the spiritual philosophy and method of self-discipline of the bhagavad gita almost all spiritual problems have been briefly but deeply dealt with in the gita , sri aurobindo remarked to a disciple, and i have tried to bring all that out fully in the essays. Sri aurobindo (bengali: শ্রী অরবিন্দ sri ôrobindo) (15 august 1872 - 5 december 1950), born aurobindo ghosh or ghose(bengali: অরবিন্দ ঘোষ ôrobindo ghosh), was an indian nationalist, freedom fighter, philosopher, yogi, guru, and poet. The bhagavad gita the bhagavad gita the bhagavad gita is a conversation between arjuna and krishna arjuna is the brother of yudhishthira and believes that his brother should be king of their kingdom, but dhritarashtra, who is the blind king now, wants to give the kingdom to his son duroydhana. Aurobindo ghosh came to calcutta and took the post of principal of the national college aurobindo's political thought aurobindo had already been inspired by the gita, bankim's thought and his anandamath. Essays on the gita it was after reading these essays, in particular, that in the 1930s president wilsons daughter went to sri aurobindo and devoted her life - receiving the name nishtha via his vision in the sri aurobindo ashram at pondicherry.
On thursday, the 15th august, 1871, at about 5 am, sri aurobindo was born of sri krishnadhan and swamalata, at calcutta, in bengal, in a reputed ghosh family of konnagar sri krishnadhan went to england and returned an md, full of honours. Sri aurobindo ghose (1872-1950) has been one of the finest thinkers and philosophers of modern india he was also a popular leader of the freedom movement who went on to become a yogi and a mystic aurobindo was born in konnanagar (west bengal) on august 15, 1872. Sri aurobindo ghose karmayogin is the book written by sri aurobindo ghosh it contained essays on philosophy, yoga, education, art and literature, as well as translations and poetry.
This is the best modern commentary on the bhagavad gita the scripture itself is a synthesis of many of the most important indian spiritual philosophies, and is, in my opinion, by far the most relevant to modern humanity and the most inspiring to westerners. Arya: a philosophical review was a 64-page monthly periodical written by sri aurobindo and published in india between 1914 and 1921 the majority of the material which initially appeared in the arya was later edited and published in book-form as the life divine, the synthesis of yoga, the secret of the veda, the foundations of indian culture and the ideal of human unity as well as a number of. 30 aurobindo, essays on the gita: first series, 58 for a discussion of the theme of ethical struggle in aurobindo's post-swadeshi writings, comparing aurobindo's concept of arya to jihad , see bose, the spirit and form of an ethical polity. In several competitive exams it has been noted that few questions are always asked from this section viz books & authors keeping in view of this, we are giving you a comprehensive list of more t.
The principal writings of sri aurobindo include, in prose, the life divine, considered his single great work of metaphysics,the synthesis of yoga, secrets of the vedas, essays on the gita, the human cycle, the ideal of human unity, renaissance in india and other essays, supramental manifestation upon earth, the future poetry, thoughts and. Article shared by aurobindo ghosh was born in calcutta on 15 august, 1872 at the age of 7, he went to england and lived there for 14 years besides english he mastered latin and greek and also learnt french, german, italian and spanish. A masterly exposition of the pre-eminent hindu scripture, the bhagavad gita it was after reading these essays, in particular, that in the 1930's president wilson's daughter went to sri aurobindo and devoted her life - receiving the name nishtha via his vision in the sri aurobindo ashram at.
Essay # short life-sketch: 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 [. The metaphysical ideas expressed in the life divine take practical shape in essays on the gita and on yoga i, in which aurobindo explains his system of yoga and its role in preparing the soul to.
Sri aurobindo: top 10 quotations aurobindo ghosh speaks about india and hinduism essays on the gita, the veda, the vedanta, the gita, the upanishads, the. 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 numerous works of poetry and prose. Article shared by shri aurobindo ghosh was deadly against the prevalent education of his times he has admitted that after the attainment of independence, changes have occurred in our system of education, but it is not in conformity with the mental and spiritual needs of children and demands of the nation.