A short video clip with archival footage of The Mother’s Darshan in 1964. Vasanti Rao’s rendering of Upanishadic mantra Asato Ma Sadgamaya is used as a soundtrack.
Photographs of flowers from the Savitri Bhavan gardens, with their spiritual significance. Photography by Suresh Nagamani. Produced at Savitri Bhavan, Auroville, in 2015.
Inauguration of an exhibition at Auroville’s Savitri Bhavan on Feb 21, 2019. Video by Manohar (Auroville).
The Mother started the Ashram School on 2nd December 1943. Every year the anniversary of the school is celebrated with a cultural programme on the 1st of December and a physical demonstration on the 2nd. This is a video presentation based on Dec 02, 2018 event.
A two-part documentary on Sri Aurobindo, the Mother, and their Ashram. The documentary contains quite a few rare video recordings of The Mother and early Ashramites, as well as different places and activities at the Ashram. Produced by the Sri Aurobindo Ashram in 2010.
Inauguration of an exhibition of paintings by Priti Ghosh at Savitri Bhavan, Auroville. Filmed and edited by Manohar.
106 photographs selected by The Mother from the Terrace Darshan photographs taken by Sudha Sundaram.
With 115th birth anniversary of Nirod da approaching, we share a presentation in his memory. It was produced in 2007 by the Gnostic Centre.
Film is based on a 1954 documentary by Dr P. Sanyal, and contains some unique video footage and photographs of The Mother.
A story of the fourth avatar of Lord Vishnu, staged at Sri Aurobindo Ashram Delhi Branch
A recitation of Sri Aurobindo’s Durga Stotra, originally written in Bengali (1909), in Sanskrit by Chinmayee Maheshwari.
Nadaka and Gopika are chanting together with participants of the AUM 2017 Conference.
Auroville celebrates Sri Aurobindo’s birthday on 15 August 2018 with a collective meditation at dawn, in front of a great bonfire, with the Mother’s recitation of The Hour of God. A video with subtitles, produced by Manohar, Auroville.
A documentary about the Mother as an Artist and Her artistic influence. Produced by Mandakini and Rakhal to support the “Acres for Auroville” campaign.