… All of his friends were connected with the Ashram but at that time he was not interested nor did he ever visit the Ashram. … His friends came to his home for sumptuous dinners and whisky and sodas and “all kinds of things”, The Mother would say, “That Pinto fellow is spoiling my children and I will catch him one day.” “Finally, she did,” Udar said.
I am sure that if it ever happens that the Samadhi is opened and Sri Aurobindo’s body exhumed, it will be found to be intact.
Recorded in 1999 by French TV.
An interview, recorded in 1999 (audio and video).
Mona and Udar Pinto, in their inspiring journey of the soul, played a most vital role in helping to establish the Mother’s and Sri Aurobindo’s Ashram.
An interview of Mona and Udar Pinto, with participation of Gauri, their daughter. Recorded in 1999.
A 1999 documentary-fundraiser for Savitri Bhavan, the first multipurpose building of which was still being constructed at the time.
An audio recording of a talk by Udar Pinto on November 29, 1973 in USA, and a transcript of another one, given a week later in Auroville.
“Sri Aurobindo’s voice was a beautiful, well modulated sound. Sri Aurobindo just sat there looking as though He were gazing out into eternity in His great lonely days of descent into mortal life in order to help humanity.”
A portion of the audio recording of the talk at Savitri Bhavan (1999) with recollections and Savitri recitation. A full transcript of the talk is offered.