Author:Sri Aurobindo

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Sri Aurobindo
(1872–1950)
An Indian nationalist, Scholar, Poet, Evolutionary philosopher, and Yogi.
Sri Aurobindo

Works[edit]

Speeches[edit]

  • Uttarpara Speech (1909) First published in "Karmayogin", June 1909. Speech that Aurobindo made after his release from prison, where he had been incarcerated on charges of conspiracy to murder an English magistrate.
  • Beadon Square Speech Calcutta, June 13, 1909. First published in the Bengalee newspaper on June 15, 1909
  • Jhalakati Speech Jhalakati, Bakarganj District, Eastern Bengal and Assam, on 19 June 1909. Text published in the Bengalee on 27 June 1909
  • Kumartuli Speech Delivered at Kumartuli Park, Calcutta, on 11 July 1909. First published in the Bengalee on 13 July 1909
  • Speech at the Hughly Conference. Delivered at the Bengal Provincial Conference, held at Hughly, Bengal, on 6 September 1909. Report published in the Bengalee on 7 September.
  • The Strength of Stillness Published in "Karmayogin", 19 February 1910

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The author died in 1950, so works by this author are also in the public domain in countries and areas where the copyright term is the author's life plus 60 years or less. Works by this author may also be in the public domain in countries and areas with longer native copyright terms that apply the rule of the shorter term to foreign works.