Lord Brahma, Angkorwat, Cambodia. Narrowness of the spirit, peculiar to Semitic faiths, has been alien to India. The Hindu thought is assimilatory not exclusivist like the Abrahamic faiths. Nazism, fascism, and communism have been expressions of the same Semitic spirit in the secular realm.
Birth and Parentage On Thursday, the 15th August,at about 5 a. Sri Krishnadhan went to England and returned an M. As a boy, Aurobindo received his early education in a public school in England. The old headmaster of the school observed, "Of all the boys who passed through my hands during the last 25 or 30 years, Aurobindo was by far the most richly endowed with intellectual capacity".
He passed the Indian Civil Service Examination with great credit in Failing, however, to stand the required test in horsemanship, he was not allowed to enter the Covenantal Service of the Indian Government. But, returning to India, he became the Vice-principal of the State college in Baroda.
He was held in great respect by the Maharaja of Baroda. He was loved by the educated classes in Baroda State. He was exceedingly popular with the general public.
Munshi was one of his students. Munshi admired and loved Aurobindo. To the younger generation, Aurobindo became a veritable god and by them he was called as "Aru Da", meaning "elder brother Aurobindo".
Aurobindo married Mrinalini Devi. Aurobindo was an accomplished scholar in Greek. He got high distinction in Latin. He learnt French very well and picked up a little of German and Italian to study Goethe and Dante in the original. He was steeped in the lore of our ancient Vedic scriptures.
Sri Aurobindo was a genius in history and poetry, a scholar in English and Latin. He was in England for fourteen years. When he was only seven years of age, Dr.
Ghosh sent him to England to be steeped in Western education. That early age was chosen deliberately in order that Aurobindo might forget the native touch and learn to adopt the Western forms instead.
He drew a salary of Rs.
From to he drank deep from the fountains of Sanskrit and Bengali literature, philosophy and political science. He then resigned his job and joined the Bengal National College on a salary of Rs. He plunged headlong into the revolutionary movement. He was a great figure in the nationalist movements of the time.
Aurobindo edited the English daily Bande Mataram and wrote fearless and pointed editorials. During the next few months, he started the English weekly Dharma. He spread his message: In those days, Aurobindo openly advocated the boycott of British goods, British courts and everything British.
He always asked the people to prepare themselves for passive resistance. Sri Aurobindo, the prophet of Indian nationalism, was one of the pioneers of political awakening in India.
He was the leader of the revolutionary movement. He was in the forefront of the national struggle during the days of the partition of Bengal. For a year Aurobindo was an undertrial prisoner in solitary confinement in the Alipore Central Jail.
It was in a dingy cell of the Alipore Jail that he dreamt the dream of his future life, the divine mission ordained for him by God. Aurobindo bore the rigours of the imprisonment, the bad food, the inadequate clothes, the lack of light and free air, the strain of boredom and the creeping solitariness of the gloomy cell.
He utilized this period of incarceration for an intense study and practice of the teachings of the Bhagavad Gita. Chittaranjan Das defended Sri Aurobindo, who was acquitted after a memorable trial.The Bhagavad Gita (/ ˌ b ʌ ɡ ə v ə d ˈ ɡ iː t ɑː, -t ə /; Sanskrit: भगवद्गीता, IAST: bhagavad-gītā, lit."The Song of God"), often referred to as the Gita, is a verse Hindu scripture in Sanskrit that is part of the Hindu epic Mahabharata (chapters 23–40 of the 6th book of Mahabharata)..
The Gita is set in a narrative framework of a dialogue between Pandava.
|Sri Aurobindo - Wikiquote||His father, Krishna Dhun Ghose, was then Assistant Surgeon of Rangpur in Bengal, and a former member of the Brahmo Samaj religious reform movement who had become enamoured with the then-new idea of evolution while pursuing medical studies in Edinburgh. She had been sent to the more salubrious surroundings of Calcutta for Aurobindo's birth.|
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Sri Aurobindo also wrote that he did not wish extracts from the Essays “to go out as my translation of the Gita“. This should be borne in mind by the reader as he mattes use of this translation, which has been provided as a bridge between the Gita and Sri Aurobindo’s Essays.
Sri Aurobindo (born Aurobindo Ghose; 15 August – 5 December ) was an Indian philosopher, Essays on The Gita, The Secret of The Veda, Hymns to the Mystic Fire, The Upanishads, The Renaissance in India, War and Self-determination, The Human Cycle, The Ideal of Human Unity and The Future Poetry were published in this magazine.
Sri Aurobindo considers the message of the Gita to be the basis of the great spiritual movement which has led and will lead humanity more and more to it's liberation,that is to say,to it's escape from falsehood and ignorance,towards the truth.
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This translation and commentary also analyzes the causes of problems individual and collective, and how to achieve peace. Vedas eulogize Bhagawan Rudra only in Sri Rudram hymn, in Svetasvatara Upanishad, in Satapatha Brahmana, Samhitas, Aranyakas and Brahmanas of Vedas.