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  • 35852Q192207Sri AurobindoSriAurobindoAurobindo,_SriSri aurobindo.jpg18721950An Indian nationalist, Scholar, Poet, Evolutionary philosopher, and Yogi.
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  • translated by Nares Chandra Sen-Gupta (1906) Anandamath (Aurobindo), translated by Sri Aurobindo and Barindra Kumar Ghosh (1909) Anandamath (Dawn over India)
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  • Upanishad. Aitareya Upanishad , translated by Sri Aurobindo 35861Aitareya UpanishadSri Aurobindo Hari OM. In the beginning the Spirit was One
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  • entitled Aitareya Upanishad Aitareya Upanishad may refer to: Aitareya Upanishad, translated by Max Müller. Aitareya Upanishad, translated by Sri Aurobindo.
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  • Chattopadhyay, translated by Sri Aurobindo and Barindra Kumar Ghosh 1810103AnandamathBankim Chandra ChattopadhyaySri Aurobindo and Barindra Kumar Ghosh1882
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  • Chandra Sen-Gupta (1906) (transcription project) Anandamath, tr. by Sri Aurobindo (1st 13 chapters) and Barindra Kumar Ghosh (1909) Google Books Anandamath
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  • (1917) tr. by Dilip Kumar Roy as The Deliverance (1944), revised by Sri Aurobindo, with preface by Rabindranath Tagore DLI Saratchandra Omnibus Vol 1
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  • Mataram into a verse form in English, titled as Mother, I Bow to Thee. Sri Aurobindo commented thus on his English translation of the poem: "It is difficult
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  • Speech at the Hughly Conference  (1909)  by Sri Aurobindo 36082Speech at the Hughly ConferenceSri Aurobindo1909 Mr. President and Members: — I desire
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  • Balaka) Also, Fifteen Poems of Rabindranath Tagore, 1928 Salutation to Sri Aurobindo (1949, fr. Tagore) Online version Vivekananda (note by Tagore) Online
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  • The Strength of Stillness  (1910)  by Sri Aurobindo 35859The Strength of StillnessSri Aurobindo1910 There are two great forces in the universe, silence
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  • Beadon Square Speech  (1909)  by Sri Aurobindo 35911Beadon Square SpeechSri Aurobindo1909 In spite of the foul weather a large number of people
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  • Jhalakati Speech  (1909)  by Sri Aurobindo 35912Jhalakati SpeechSri Aurobindo1909 Fellow countrymen, delegates and people of Barisal and Bakarganj:
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  • Kumartuli Speech  (1909)  by Sri Aurobindo 35917Kumartuli SpeechSri Aurobindo1909 Babu Aurobindo Ghose rose amidst loud cheers and said that when
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  • Uttarpara Speech  (1909)  by Sri Aurobindo 35854Uttarpara SpeechSri Aurobindo1909 When I was asked to speak to you at the annual meeting of your
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  • Appleton, 1938. Gupta, N.K., The March of Civilization, Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Ashram, 1959. Haas, William, What Is Civilization, London: Oxford University
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  • years of her life, happily pursuing a path of discipline at the feet of Sri Aurobindo Ghosh. This sage never speaks; he silently greets his disciples on three
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  • 75 cents). One of the best translations with detailed commentary is Sri Aurobindo's MESSAGE OF THE GITA (Jupiter Press, 16 Semudoss St., Madras, India
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  • du Centre International d •Educations Sri Aurobindo, Feb. 1965-llo». 1967. NM: editinq £ notes. C Sri Aurobindo Ashraa Trust; 30Auq77; APO-89851. AFO-898
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  • claimed that the souls of great personalities like Ramana Maharshi, Sri Aurobindo, and Mahatma Gandhi spoke through him when he went into a trance. I
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