आज की तत्काल आवश्यकता है की आध्यात्मिक एवं बौधिक स्तर पर विकसित लोग सनातन धर्म के लिए खड़े हो, उसकी रक्षा करें और उसके प्रवक्ता और वार्ताकार बनें।
As Luc Venet writes in the introduction to his book—Little known in his own country, Sri Aurobindo was nevertheless one of the more significant personalities of twentieth century-India. After studying humanities in England, he embarked on a political struggle to challenge Britain’s colonial domination over India. In 1906, he founded the newspaper Bande Mataram, laying the groundwork of India’s future independence, notably through Passive Resistance, which was later adopted by Gandhi. But far from Gandhi’s pacifism, Sri Aurobindo was convinced that freedom could only be achieved via action, and even via armed struggle.
Absorbed by India’s century-old wisdom, his commitment to his country was doubled by an unremitting inner spiritual quest. In 1910, Sri Aurobindo began another life in Pondicherry. In his written works, notably The Life Divine, published in 1920, he propounded an “Integral Yoga” describing the conditions of the “The Great Passage”, meant to lead to the next evolution of mankind.
His work influenced and attracted disciples from around the world to his ashram, founded in 1926 with his companion Mira Alfassa, and later to the Auroville community, a few kilometers from Pondicherry.
Through this biography, Luc Venet reveals the unfolding of Sri Aurobindo’s exceptional force and opens up the path to a new evolution of humanity.
The Author: Luc Venet was born in Paris in 1943, Luc Venet discovered Sri Aurobindo at the time of the 1968 student uprisings in Paris. A seeker and teacher in mathematics, he soon understood that his kind of “revolution” was not to be found picketing in streets of Paris. At twenty-six, he left for Pondicherry, where he remained for several years.
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