This is an introductory talk for a series on Sri Aurobindo’s and the Mother’s life.
In this talk we touch upon the birth and early days of Sri Aurobindo in England, his becoming conscious of the revolutions that are coming and his own role in it.
Today we touch upon Sri Aurobindo’s and the Mother’s early life and their experiences around the time Sri Aurobindo returned to India (1910).
This talk is in the wake of the Mother’s first arrival to Pondicherry. We touch upon a little glimpse of Her life before coming here and then go on to a glimpse of Sri Aurobindo’s life before coming to Pondicherry as revealed in the book ‘Sri Aurobindo in Baroda’.
This talk takes up certain early experiences of the Mother and Sri Aurobindo and what we can learn from them.
In this talk, which is part of series on Their life, we share some anecdotes from Sri Aurobindo’s life, and close it with his famous letter to Mrinalini Devi.
This talk touches upon the beginning of Sri Aurobindo’s Nationalism and journalistic writings.
This talk is about Sri Aurobindo’s method of awakening the soul of India during the revolutionary days. It ends with a reading of the Durga Stotra by Sri Aurobindo, in Hindi.
This talk deals with a chapter during Sri Aurobindo’s entry into Indian Independence struggle.
This talk takes up some aspects of the national education inspired by Sri Aurobindo and also the needed qualities for a leader of any revolution.
This talk is centered around the third major realisation of Sri Aurobindo, Nirvana, which he had in January 1908.
This talk takes an inspiring leaf from Sri Aurobindo’s tales of prison life. It is relevant especially in times as these when the world is experiencing turmoil, lockdown, uncertainty and fear.
This talk focuses on the Alipore bomb case trial.
This talk focuses on Sri Aurobindo’s experiences in the Alipore Jail and his eventual acquittal. We also touch upon the famous Uttarpara Speech and Sanatana Dharma.