Unending education and constant progress are mentioned in the second article of the Charter, and are a fundamental characteristic of life in Auroville. In the video, three Aurovilians – Chali, Aloka and Deepti – are interviewed on the meaning and practices of unending education.
The 6th installment from a documentary series on VIMEO, this one – featuring Janaka (Bernard Delambre) sharing his experiences with the Mother. Directed by Fred Cebron. In French, with English subtitles.
A documentary film produced by New Momentum for Human Unity and directed by Christopher Buhrman, film explores the community of Auroville, India, demonstrating what is possible when people attempt to live together in a community beyond the boundaries of nation, religion and race.
Part 1 of the documentary film by Loretta Shartsis and Coren, based on exhibition at the Savitri Bhavan in February 2010.
Part 2 of the documentary film by Loretta Shartsis and Coren, based on exhibition at the Savitri Bhavan in February 2010.
A glimpse of Auroville, an international township in the South of India, based on the ideals of Sri Aurobindo and the Mother. Filmed in 2015 by Serena Aurora.
A video clip by Wilfried Schuh from the “Yoga in Savitri” series.
Using the Mother’s flower teachings as a framework, this film presents the story of her life and work from her birth and early childhood realizations, her spiritual attainments and her meeting with Sri Aurobindo and the formation of the Ashram.
“Heaven’s call is rare, rarer the heart that heeds” – Sri Aurobindo A video clip by Wilfried Schuh from the “Yoga in Savitri” series.
Sri Aurobindo and the Mother on the New Birth: birth of the true consciousness, that of the Divine Presence in us. A video clip by Wilfried Schuh, Germany.
Film narrates the history of building Matrimandir, an important and powerful feature at the heart of Auroville, which was seen by the Mother as the symbol of the Divine’s answer to man’s aspiration for perfection and as the central cohesive force for the growth of city.
This video was taped on April 24, 1973 by filmmaker Ms. Flame Schon (Diane Rochlin).
Remember why thou cam’st:
“Find out thy soul, recover thy hid self,
In silence seek God’s meaning in thy depths”
[Sri Aurobindo, Savitri]
“Men are so much engrossed in the crowded life of senses that they hardly aware of themselves as apart from the movements in which they are carried. Even the few who have become conscious of their mental selves and stand aloof from their external life-movements, are lost in the noise of their own thought-activity and emotional turmoils.”