Today we look at the ninth volume of CWSA “Writings in Bengali and Sanskrit”. In this talk, several Bengali writings are covered, and the rest will be taken up in part two.
In this talk, we cover some of the remaining writings from Collected Works of Sri Aurobindo, Vol. 8 ‘Karmayogin’.
Karmayogin was launched by Sri Aurobindo on the 19th June 1909 six weeks after his acquittal from the Alipore trial case. The person who came out of the prison was a Jivanmukta and Karmayogi. The name of the journal that he now launched was perfectly apt.
This talk takes some of Sri Aurobindo’s political writings and speeches from the years 1890- 1908, published as a joined volume 6 – 7 of the CWSA (The Complete Works of Sri Aurobindo), “Bande Mataram”.
Sri Aurobindo’s translations are unique by how Master’s touch enriches existing masterpieces which had lost some of their shine through the ages.
In this talk we take up a part of the combined volume CWSA 3-4, formed by three main plays, Viziers of Bassora, Rodogune, and Perseus the Deliverer.
In this English talk on Sri Aurobindo’s writings, we take up the second volume of CWSA (The Complete Works of Sri Aurobindo) “Collected Poems”.
In this English talk on Sri Aurobindo’s writings, we take up the first volume of CWSA (The Complete Works of Sri Aurobindo) “Early Cultural Writings”.
The first talk of this series gives us a general overview of Sri Aurobindo’s writings and the necessity of reading them.