Thursday, November 17, 2016

Savitri symbolises women's empowerment

The Statesman-10-Nov-2016
The names of these Indians were: Dr S Radhakrishnan, Sri Aurobindo, Vinoba Bhave, Mahesh Yogi, Aga Khan III, Raja Mahendra Pratap Singh, H M Banerjee, ...

Hindustan Times-13-Nov-2016
I started my study of the Vedas in 1971 through the works of Sri Aurobindo. I learnt Sanskrit language for this. In 1979, MP Pandit of the Sri Aurobindo Ashram ...

openPR (press release)-14-Nov-2016
In the words of Sri Aurobindo “The chief aim of education should be to help the growing soul to draw out that in itself which is best and make it perfect for a noble ...

Deccan Herald-12-Nov-2016
The Savithri of Sri Aurobindo is an epic heroine descended from the Vedic cycles and the Mahabharata upakhyana, one who symbolises women's empowerment without injuring the classical myth. The Savithri of ...

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Guru Nanak a monotheist? Sufi apostate? The real Nanak beyond the lies of establishment historians via @swarajyamag

If a #fact is given and is to be apprehended, a #value is appreciated and requires to be achieved --

In the fall of 1969, two psychologists met behind closed doors. They plumbed the inner workings of the human mind

20th Century philosophy has admirably exposed hollowness of certainty claims amidst which The Mother & Sri Aurobindo stand as firm pillars.
Reimagining and Refashioning Integral Management - Tusar Nath Mohapatra, Savitri Era Learning Forum (SELF) Ghaziabad

Mind and creativity: Insights from rasa theory with special focus on sahṛdaya (the appreciative critic)
L Sundararajan, MK Raina - Theory & Psychology, 2016
... The prefix “sa” in sahṛdaya does not suggest “with” but “equal” (sâmaná). “Hṛdaya” is an epithet which stands for a vibrating and responsive heart. Sri Aurobindo (1971) uses the term “supra-rational aesthetic soul” (p. 224) as synonym for
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K Jain - Current Anthropology, 2016
... the reformist Gandhi. By the early twentieth century, the ritual forms of Hinduism were also additively morphing and expanding through neospiritual movements such as those of Vivekananda and Sri Aurobindo. Like the sārvajanik ...
... Vol.4.Issue 4. 2016 (Oct.Dec.) 40 BISMA KHURSHEED like Sri Aurobindo, RK Narayan, Rabindranath Tagore, Arundhati Roy, KN Daruwallah, Nisim Ezekiel, Girish Karnad and Asif Currimbhoy. Girish Karnad is ...

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