This poem reveals the response we should make to the call of the Divine.
This poem reveals the secret of the Sun-temple Konarak.
This sonnet reveals to us the two beings within us, one surface and the inner.
This sonnet reveals to us the truth of the secret immortal soul in man.
This talk is woven around Sri Aurobindo’s poem which describes the ideal of the Jivanmukta, taking examples from his own life.
This poem reveals to us the real meaning and sense of Surrender.
This sonnet gives the state in which the one who works for the Divine dwells.
And yet I know my footprints’ track shall be
A pathway towards Immortality.
This poem by Sri Aurobindo, based on the famous story of Trishuncou, reveals to us the secret truth of immortality.
In this poem Sri Aurobindo reveals to us the journey of soul beyond death.
This beautiful poem is a promise and a way when all will be fulfilled for which creation has come into existence.
This poem of Sri Aurobindo reveals the contradicting tendencies in man.
This poem touches upon the relation between life and death and the mystic truth it hides.
This poem is written during the pre-Pondicherry days in the form of a dialogue between the Rishi and Manu the king.
Today’s talk is based on Sri Aurobindo’s poem “Invitation”, composed in Alipore jail in 1908-1909.
This long narrative poem by Sri Aurobindo is based on the story of King Pururavas and the heavenly nymph Urvasie. This tale has been earlier immortalised by Kalidasa in his poem “Vikramorvasie or The Hero and the Nymph”, which has also been translated by Sri Aurobindo.
This poem is about vital love and desire, whose god as per Indian mythology is Kamadeva.
This talk is a summary of Sri Aurobindo’s sonnet, written on 11 September, 1939. At the end there is also a brief reading of another poem, To the Hill-tops of Silence (1934).