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125-th Birth Anniversary of the Mother (21st February 2003)

•   73 pp.— Rs 100

A Bengali Lyrical Poem by Jyotirmoyee

•   // Mother India, August 1998, pp. 525-528.

A Captive of Her Love: Letters and Paintings of Janina Stroka

•   Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Ashram.— 106 pp.— ISBN: 81-7058-520-1.— Rs 175

A Centenary of life [of Sri Aurobindo]

•   [Pondicherry?], 1972.- 1 v. (chiefly illus.) 19 cm.- NOTES: Cover title. Captions in Bengali and English, by the Mother.

A Glimpse of the Mother’s Love and Action

•   Edited by Vijay.— Sri Aurobindo Society.— 196 pp.— ISBN: 81-7060-113-4.— Rs 75

A Glossary of Sanskrit terms in The synthesis of Yoga

•   [1st ed.].- Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Ashram, 1969.- 85 p. 22 cm.

A Greater Psychology

An Introduction to the Psychological Thought of Sri Aurobindo / Edited by A. S. Dalal

An overview of Sri Aurobindo’s psychological thought: an anthology of Sri Aurobindo’s writings on topics such as the nature of consciousness, self and ego, sleep and dreams, the psychology of faith, cosmic consciousness and the psychology of collective development; and essays by the editor.

•   Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Ashram.— 426 pp.— ISBN: 81-7058-659-3.— Rs 225

A New Approach to Education

Integral Education Series

•   Sri Aurobindo Society.— 76 pp.— ISBN: 81-7060-100-2.— Rs 35

A New Education for a new consciousness

Sri Aurobindo and the Mother on education

•   1st ed.- Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo International Centre of Education, 1992.- 230 p., [8]p. of plates: ill., ports.; 24 cm.- NOTES: Includes bibliographical references (p. [223]-224).- ISBN: 8170582784

•   Berkeley: Sri Aurobindo Association, Incorporated, 1992.- 230 p.- ISBN/PRICE: 8170582784 TC; USD 13.95 R

A Note on Sri Aurobindo Ashram in Pondicherry

•   Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Ashram, 1962.- 16 p. 19 cm.

A True National Education

•    / Sri Aurobindo International Centre of Education (Pondicherry, India).- Pondicherry, 1965.- iv, 79 p. 25 cm.- NOTES: Bibliography: p. 77-78.

A Spirit Indomitable

•   Lights on the Life of Sudhir Kumar Sarkar / Edited by Mona Sarkarž—  147 pp.— Rs 50

Aarset, Suzanne Harmon

The awakening of intuition

a guided journey in the Aurobindo tradition and its implications for the psychotherapist: Degree: ED.D

•   1981 / Boston University School Of Education; 0851 // ADD, VOL. X1981, 00001 Pages

Abhaya: Fear — Its Cause and Cure

•   88 pp.— Rs 90

Abhipsa

•   1975.- 126 p.; 23 cm.- NOTES: In Hindi; includes passages in English. Includes bibliographical references.- SUBJECT: Ghose, Aurobindo, -- 1872-1950.

Acharya, Keshava Deva (1903-)

Angreji-Hindi Sri Aravinda sabdakosa. English-Hindi dictionary of Sri Aurobindo's terms.

•   1969.- 124 p. 22 cm.- NOTES: Added t.p. in English. Hindi and English.

Adam M.

Psychological interpretation of the Veda according to Sri Aurobindo

French - Herbert,J.: book review

•   // Revue philosophique de la France et de l etranger, V105, N4, 1980.- Language: FRENCH

Agarwal, Raghubir Saran (1903-)

Fine Print as an Aid to Eyesight

Agarwal, Raghubir Saran (1903-)

Mind and Vision: A handbook for the cure of imperfect eyesight without glasses

•   Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Ashram.— 314 pp.— ISBN: 81-7058-782-4.— Rs 85

•   Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Ashram.— 7 pp.— ISBN: 81-7058-764-6.— Rs 2

Agarwal, Raghubir Saran (1903-)

Our Eyes: “Relax and See”

•   Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Ashram.— 24 pp.— ISBN: 81-7058-529-5.— Rs 15

Agarwal, Raghubir Saran (1903-)

Secrets of Indian Medicine

Also suggesting treatment based on traditional Indian medicine.

•   Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Ashram.— 240 pp.— ISBN: 81-7058-068-4.— Rs 50

Agarwal, Raghubir Saran (1903-)

The splendour of Sri Aurobindo's muse

•   Bikaner, India: Ratna Smriti Prakashan, 1983.- viii, 376 p.: ill.; 22 cm.- NOTES: Revision of the author's thesis (Ph. D.--Agra University) under the title: Poetic muse of Sri Aurobindo. Bibliography: p. [373]-376.

Agarwal, Raghubir Saran (1903-)

Yoga of Perfect Sight: With Letters of Sri Aurobindo

Also suggesting exercises for various eye disorders: myopia, detachment of retina, macular degeneration, optic atrophy, retinitis, early glaucoma, early cataract, amblyopia, squint, etc.

•   Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Ashram.— 223 pp.— ISBN: 81-7058-209-1.— Rs 55

•   3d ed.- Pondicherry: School for Perfect Eyesight, Sri Aurobindo Ashram, 1977 1974.- 223 p.: ill.; 19 cm.- NOTES: Label mounted on t.p.: Distributed by Matagiri, Mt. Tremper, N.Y. "A guide to develop perfect eyesight and the divine vision." Facsim. of 2d ed., rev. & enl., 1974. Facsim. called 3d ed.

•   Pondicherry, 1971.- 206 p.: ill; 18 cm. (Number at Russian State Library IN 73-44/172)

•   Berkeley: Sri Aurobindo Association, Incorporated, 1979.- 223 p.: ill.- ISBN/PRICE: 0890712611 TP; USD 7.00 R

•   Berkeley: Sri Aurobindo Association, Incorporated, 1986.-: 223 p.: ill.- ISBN/PRICE: 0685306674; USD 7.95 R

•   Pondicherry: School for Perfect Eyesight, Sri Aurobindo Ashram, 1986 printing, 1986 1979.- 223 p.; 19 cm.

Agni (Giovanni Tonioni)

Namaste Savitri: 342 Reproductions in Colour of Paintings by Agni (Giovanni Tonioni)

Every line of Book I Canto I The Symbol Dawn is illustrated by a painting. With captions and notes in English, Italian, French and German.

•   355 pp.— hc Rs 1000

Agnisikha

•   Pandiceri: Sri Aravinda sosayati, 19uu 9999.- PUB TYPE: Serial.- FORMAT: v. ill. 19 cm.

Agrawala, D.C.

Sri Aurobindo and I.A. Richards as Theorists of Poetry

•   // Banasthali Patrika, Rajasthan, India. Article in: vol. 17-18, for 1971-72.- PAGES: 52-64.- LANGUAGE: English

Alain G.

Auroville: A Dream Takes Shape

•   36 pp.— Rs 60

Alberto G. Grassi (Nata)

Su questo stesso Terreno.— In Italian

•   ISBN: 9788827208014

Albuquerque, Daniel

Freedom and Future: An Imaginary Dialogue with Sri Aurobindo

•   Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Ashram.— 131 pp.— ISBN: 81-7058-530-9.— Rs 100

All India Conference on the Relevance of Sri Aurobindo Today, 1975: souvenir volume.

•   Calcutta: Sri Aurobindo Samiti, 1975.- 106 p., [2] leaf of plates: ill.; 25 cm.- NOTES: Cover title: The relevance of Sri Aurobindo today. Includes bibliographical references. (Number at Russian State Library IN 78-36/163)

All India Magazine

A monthly magazine of Sri Aurobindo Society, Pondicherry

•   Feb-Mar 1997.- 63 p. The Mother on Herself

Amal Kiran SEE Sethna, Kaikhushra Dhunjibhoy

Amal-Kiran: Poet and Critic

Articles by various authors

•   Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Ashram.— 457 pp.— ISBN: 81-7058-402-7.— Rs 150

Amrita: Birth Centenary Commemoration Volume September 1995

Articles by various authors

•   September 1995.— 107 p.— ISBN: 81-86413-02-2.— Rs 50.- Amrita. Old Long Since; Visions and voices; Nirodbaran. In memory of Amrita; Amal Kiran (K. D. Sethna). On Amrita; Udar. Amrita—the ever living one; Satadal. Amrita-da; Anima Mukherji. On remembering Amrita-da; Huta D. Hindocha. Amrita—the wonderful messenger of the Mother; Kamalakanto. Amrita: a homage; Krishna Chakraborty. "Come" — the loving call; Jagat Kapadia. K. Amrita — a visitor's viewpoint; Kailas. Amrita's Humour

Amrita K.

Reminiscences

An invitation a la grande aventure: a true adventure

•   [Montreal?]: [Centre Sri Aurobindo?; O-Pti-Zoizo?], YEAR: 1973.- [24] p.; col. ill.; 21 x 28 cm.- NOTES: Cover title. Text runs parallel with cover. Text in French and English.

Anand

Mr. Aurobindo the critic of art

•   // Journal of south asian literature, V24, N1, 1989. P104-113

Anandakumar, Prema

Sri Aurobindo: A Brief Biography

•   // New Delhi: Pub. Div., Ministry of Information and Broadcasting, Govt. of India, 1972. 54 pp.- LANGUAGE: English

Ancient Tale of Savitri

Outlines the story and spiritual symbolism of the Savitri legend from the Mahabharata on which Sri Aurobindo's epic poem is based

•   43p.- ISBN 8170584299: 3.95 Rs.

Anderson, Allan W. (1922-)

Sacrifice; a comparative study of the concept in St. Gregory of Nyssa's Contemplation on the life of Moses and Shri Aurobindo's commentary On the Veda

•   [New York], 1960 1961.- 2, iv, 156 leaves; 29 cm.- NOTES: Includes abstract. Typescript. Thesis (Ph. D.) - Columbia University, 1960. Bibliography: leaves 154-156. Microfilm. Ann Arbor, Mich.: University Microfilms International, 1960. 1 microfilm reel; 35 mm.

•   [N.p]: [n.p.], 1974 1960.- 2, ii-iv, 156 l.- NOTES: Thesis - Columbia University. Bibliography: leaves 154-156. Photocopy. Ann Arbor,Mich., Xerox University Microfilms, 1974. 21 cm.

Anilbaran Roy SEE Roy, Anilbaran

Anirvan

Dibyajibana-prasanga

•   Pandaceri: Sriarabinda Asrama; praptisthana, Sriarabinda Pathamandira, 1971.- 483 p.

Anjaneyulu D. A.

Biographical Odyssey: life of the Mother, nee Mirra, comrade of Aurobindo

•   // Indian Literature (IndL), New Delhi, India.- vol. 27 no. 3 (101), 1984 May-June.- Pp. 117-124.- STANDARD NO: 0019-5804.- LANGUAGE: English

Anjaneyulu D. A.

Sri Aurobindo the Literary Critic

•   // Indian & Foreign Review, New Delhi-110001, India. Article in: vol. 10 no. 21, 1973.- PAGES: 20-21ff.- STANDARD NO: 0019-4379.- LANGUAGE: Englis

Annapurna Debi

Sriarabinda.- 1964.- 141 p. port. 22 cm.- NOTES: In Bengali.

Aravinda Darsana / Sivarudrappa, D. S., 1926-

•   1975.- 78 p.; 23 cm.- NOTES: In Kannada. Bibliography: p. [77]-78.

Aravintar makimai.- 1.patippu.

•   Cennai: Cini. Vicuvanatan, 1990.- viii, 152 p. ; 19 cm.- NOTES: In Tamil. On the life of Aurobindo Ghose, 1872-1950, Hindu philosopher; based onthe excerpts from his works, translated and published earlier in Intiya, Tamil weekly, in 1909.

Archaka

Images of the Future

•   83 pp.— ISBN: 81-86413-11-1.— Rs 90

Archaka

Sri Aurobindo, Inde nouvelle et libre: adapté de Rishabhchand

•   1čre éd.- Pondichéry: Éditions Auropress, 1978.- 283 p. : ill., ports.; 23 cm.- NOTES: Adaptation of Rishabhchand's Sri Aurobindo, sa vie, son oeuvre by Archaka.

Arghyam

Prathamasamskaranam

•   Puducceri: Sriaravindasramah, 1986.- 107 p.; 20 cm.- NOTES: Plays. In Sanskrit. Atmabalam -- Ramayanamahatmyam -- Ahamapi kavih -- Satsangah - - Corapariksa -- Gurubhaktih -- Papakrt papamasnute -- Ekada rangamacce -- Sabdajalam -- Rajacandanah.- OTHER: Sri Aurobindo Ashram.

Arul

Panticceri: Tipti Paplikesa_ns., 19uu uuuu.- PUB TYPE: Serial.- FORMAT: v. 22 cm.

Arya, Sukhvir

Towards the Divine Life

•   144 pp.— Rs 40

Arya, Sukhvir

Towards the Supermind

•   147 pp.— Rs 30

August 15, 1972: birth centenary of Sri Aurobindo

•   [Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Society, 1973.- 1 v. (unpaged): chiefly ill.; 48 x 36 cm.- NOTES: Visual biography with excerpts from his writings accompanying illustrations.

Aurobindo, his life and teachings

•   Bombay: dhawale popular, 1960.- 100 p.; 17 cm.- SERIES: Nandi books; 4.- NOTES: Cover title: Shri Aurobindo, his life & teachings.

•   Bombay: Popular Prakashan, 1960.- 123 p.; 17 cm.- NOTES: Cover title: Shri Aurobindo, his life & teachings. "Reprinted June 1965."

Auroville

•   New Delhi: Washington, D.C.: Library of Congress Office; Library of Congress - Photoduplication Service, 1995.- 7 microfiches.- SERIES: South Asia ephemera collection. India; I-CLR-603.- NOTES: A collection of 4 pamphlets, 1972-1974. Contents list arranged bytitle. Master microform held by: DLC. History and philosophy of the Auroville project for harmonious living at Pondicherry, founded by theMother, disciple of Aurobindo Ghose, 1872-1950, Indic philosopher.

Auroville: An International Township: 2 CD-ROMs

A set of 2 CD-ROMs on Auroville with extensive text, photos, music, slide shows and video clips. Also contains extensive information on Sri Aurobindo and the Mother

•   Rs 450

Auroville in a Nutshell: A Condensed Introduction for Guests and Visitors / Prepared by PRISMA

•   34 pp.— Rs 30

Auroville voice

•   [Boulder, CO]: Auroville Association of Sri Aurobindo's Action Center, 1977.- PUB TYPE: Serial.- FORMAT: v.; 25 cm.- FREQUENCY: Quarterly.- NUMBERING: Vol. 1, no. 1 (winter 1977).- NOTES: Title from cover.

Auroville, the city the earth needs

•   Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Society, 1973.- [45] p.: ill., ports.; 24 cm.- NOTES: Includes quotations from the writings of Sri Aurobindo and The Mother.

Axer, Jürgen (1949-)

Integrale Erziehung: ein pädagogisches Konzept auf der Grundlage der Philosophie Sri Aurobindos

•   Köln: Verlag Wissenschaft und Politik, 1983.- 380 p.: ill.; 21 cm.- NOTES: Originally presented as the author's thesis (doctoral)--Universität zu Köln, 1983. Bibliography: p. 355-380.- ISBN: 3804686214

B

Bagchee, Moni

Yugamanaba Sriarabinda

•   1971.- 297 p. ports. 23 cm.- NOTES: In Bengali. Includes bibliographical references.

Baird, Robert D.

Book reviews -- Twentieth-Century Indian Interpretations of Bhagavadgita: Tilak, Gandhi, and Aurobindo by P. M. Thomas

•   // Journal of Ecumenical Studies.- v27, n1, Winter 1990.- P. 164.- ISSN: 0022-0558

Bakshi, Shiri Ram (1935-).

Aurobindo Ghosh, revolutionary and reformer

•   1st ed.- New Delhi: Anmol Publications, 1994.- 216 p. ; 23 cm.- SERIES: Indian freedom fighters series; 48.- NOTES: Includes index.- ISBN: 8170417023

•   Columbia: South Asia Books, 1994.- ISBN/PRICE: 8170417023 CT; USD 26.00 R

Bandyopadhyay, Pranab

Great Indians

•   Calcutta: Chuckerverity, Chatterjee & Company, 1992.- 208 p.: ill. ; 21 cm.- ISBN: 8185513066

Bandyopadhyaya, Amrtalala

Rshi Arabinda

•   1968.- 123 p. 23 cm.- NOTES: Romanized.

Bandyopadhyaya, Amsumana

Suryapathika Sriarabinda

•   1. sa mskarana.- Kalikata: Ananda Pabalisharsa, 1978.- 88p.: ill. ; 23 cm.- NOTES: In Bengali.

Bandyopadhyaya, Bibhutibhushana (1896?-1950)

Sriarabinda, srima o Pandiceri Asrama

•   1963.- 100 p. ports. 22 cm.- NOTES: In Bengali.

Banerjee, Anurag

Andre Morisset, the Mother’s Son

Banerjee, Anurag

In English

Jyotirmoyee

Banerjee, Anurag

In English

Nishikanto: the Brahmaputra of Inspiration

Banerjee, Anurag

In English

Prithwi Singh Nahar

Banerjee, Siddheswar

A short treatise on ‘The life divine’

•   2nd ed.- Pondicherry, India: Sri Aurobindo Ashram Press, 1960.- v.; 19 cm.

Banerjee, Sudhansu Mohan (1899)

Vedanta as a social force

(the quest of a century from Rammohan to Sri Aurobindo) Based on lectures delivered for the Calcutta University in collaboration with the Ramakrishna Mission Institute of Culture

•   Calcutta: Calcutta University, 1972.- 169 p.; 21 cm.

Banerjee, Tarun

Of Another Dimension

•   64 pp.— Rs 50

Banerji, Sanat Kumar (1911-)

Sri Aurobindo and the future of man: a study in synthesis

•   Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Society, 1974.- 208 p.; 22 cm.- NOTES: "References": p. 199-208.

•   Berkeley: Sri Aurobindo Association, Incorporated, March 1974.- 208 p.- ISBN/PRICE: 0890712042 TC; USD 7.50 R

Banerji, Siddheswar

A short treatise on "The Life Divine"

•   Vol.1.- Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Ashram,1960.

Barborka, Geoffrey A.

A glossary of Sanskrit terms: prepared as a key for pronunciation of Sanskrit

•   San Diego, Calif.: Point Loma Publications, 1972.- 76 p.; 17 cm.

Barindra Kumar Ghose SEE Ghose, Barindra Kumar

Barrett, Mary Ellin.; Lerner, Steve

Explorations: City of tomorrow

The community of Auroville in southern India is a unique combination of modern technology and utopian ideals. The city was founded in 1968 by Mira Richard, a disciple of Indian patriot and spiritual leader Sri Aurobindo. She envisioned the community as an extension of Aurobindo's utopian teachings. Auroville has grown from an arid 12-square-mile tract of overgrazed land to an oasis of trees, gardens, ponds, wells, and windbreaks. The architecture ranges from huts woven of palm fronds to concrete, spaceshiplike structures. Auroville is subsidized by the Indian government and endorsed by the United Nations. Problems have cropped up since Richard died in 1973, but Aurovillians remain justifiably proud of their ongoing experiment in utopian living.

•   // Omni (New York, N.Y.) v. 9 (Nov. '86), n2, p. 28,94+ il.- ISSN: 0149-8711

Bassuk, Daniel E. (1938-)

Incarnation in Hinduism and Christianity: the myth of the God-man / foreword by Robert S. Ellwood

This volume "seeks 'to trace the origins and development of the divine descent and (to inquire) into incarnational theory and practice in Hinduism and Christianity and their influence upon the East and West.' Part 1 studies first 'classical avatars of India' (i.e., those most popularly associated with Visnu) and then 'modern avatars of India' (Chaitanya, Ramakrishna, Aurobindo Richard and Mira Richard, Meher Baba, and Satya Sai Baba). Part 2 begins with a chapter (on the idea of avatar in the West). . . . The next chapter focuses on Jesus Christ. . . . The author concludes that 'incarnation and avatarization are complementary "truths," for . . . the reality of the God-man is based upon the myth of the divine descent.'" (J Relig) Bibliography. Index.

•   United States: Humanities Press Int., 1987.- ISBN: 0391034790: $35

Basu A.

Divine-life, Aurobindo experience

•   // Journal of Dharma, V12, N4, 1987. P370-398

Basu, A.

Sri Aurobindo, A Garland of Tributes: [biographical matherials]

Basu, Samar

And So This Happens: A Discourse on Certain Social Problems and their Solutions in the Light of Sri Aurobindo

•   50 pp.— Rs 10

Basu, Samar

Glimpses of Vedantism in Sri Aurobindo’s Political Thought

•   73 pp.— ISBN: 81-86413-07-3.— Rs 45

Basu, Samar

Man: Towards His Splendid Destiny — A Guide to the Study of Man in the Light of Sri Aurobindo / Compiled with linking notes by Samar Basu

•   140 pp.— Rs 45

Basu, Samar

Social and Political Evolution of Man: As Visioned by Sri Aurobindo (A Brief Study)

•   117 pp.— Rs 10

Basu, Samar

The UNO, the World Government and the Ideal of World Union: As Envisioned by Sri Aurobindo

•   118 pp.— Rs 100

Basu, Samar

Towards the Light of the Supreme

•   57 pp.— Rs 30

Basu, Samar

Triple Gospel and World Peace: In the Light of Sri Aurobindo

•   26 pp.— Rs 8

Basu, Soumitra

Integral Health: A Consciousness Approach to Health and Healing

On the relationships between health and the psychic being, faith, yoga and culture; and the impact of the different planes of human consciousness on health. Includes planes of consciousness, the action of the psychic being, faith and healing, culture and society in relation to integral health, with illustrative case studies, glossary and index

•   Sri Aurobindo Society.— 147 pp.— ISBN: 81-7060-157-6.— Rs 75

Basu, Soumitra

The Caste System of India: An Aurobindonian Perspective

•   20 pp.— Rs 10

Basu, Sukumara

Manaspati Sriarabinda

•   Kalakata: Rupa, 1972.- 13, 222 p.: ill.; 22 cm.- NOTES: In Bengali. "Manaspati Sriarabinda' sirshaka racanati dharabahikabhabe Ŕmrta patrikaya prakasita."

Bazemore, Wallace Duncan (1926-)

The elimination of the Hiatus between the divine and the non-divine in the philosophy of Aurobindo

•   1969.- iii, 303 leaves ; 29 cm.- NOTES: Thesis (Ph. D.)--Dept. of Philosophy, Stanford University, 1970. Bibliography: leaves 289-293. Photocopy. Ann Arbor, Mich.: University Microfilms, 1971. 22 cm. // DAI, VOL. 31-04A, Page 1837, 00306 Pages

Beauty is his foot-print: on the occasion of Sri Aurobindo Birth Centenury, 1972

•   Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Ashram, 1972.- 6 p.: ill.; 25 cm.- NOTES: 11 plates, no. 7 wanting.

Bhagavad-Gita: Texte sanskrit de la Bhagavad-g.t. transtittere enc caract.res romains. Enpreface: les trois premiers chap.tres des Es sais sur la G.t. de Shr. Aurobindo

•   2e ed.- Paris: Adrien-Maisonneuve, 1972.- 100 p. 18cm.

Bhagavad Gita in the light of Sri Aurobindo

•   Pondicherry, India: Sri Aurobindo Ashram Press, 1978.- xii, 270 p.; 23 cm.- ALT TITLE: Bhagavadgita. English & Sanskrit.- OTHER: Mahesvara, 1930- Ghose, Aurobindo, 1872-1950. Essays on the Gita.

Bharatera svadhinata andolane Yugantara' patrikara dana, ba, Sriarabinda o Bamlaya biplababada

•   Kalikata: Pharma Ke. Ela. Mukhopadhyaya, 1972.- viii, 202 p.; 22 cm.- NOTES: In Bengali.

Bharati, Shuddhananda (1897-)

Sri Aurobindo, the divine master

•   [2d rev. ed.].- Pondicherry: Pundu Yuga Nilayam, 1948.- 104 p. 19 cm.

Bharati, Shuddhananda (1897-)

The Yoga of Sri Aurobindo

•   Pondicherry: The BharathaShakti Nilayam, 1935.- 202 p. 16m

Bhatta, S. Krishna

Plays by Sri Aurobindo (1872-1950): A Survey

•   // Visvabharati Quarterly, Santiniketan, West Bengal, India. Article in: vol. 39, 1973-74.- PAGES: 196-213.- STANDARD NO: 0042-7195.- LANGUAGE: English

•   // Indian Literature, New Delhi-110001, India. Article in: vol. 17 no. 1-2, 1974.- PAGES: 70-85.- STANDARD NO: 0019-5804.- LANGUAGE: English

Bhattacharjee, Gopal

In English

A Fragrant Flower of Cambridge (Sri Aurobindo - His Contribution to Humanity)

•   : Lecture delivered on 27th April at Cambridge University by Gopal Bhattacharjee.- Second Edition.- Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Society, January 1993

Bhattacharjee, Gopal

In English

An Outline of Sri Aurobindo’s Epic Poem ‘Savitri’

•   : A talk given by on 6th November 1988 at the Imphal University.- First Edition.- Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Society, 1991

Bhattacharya, Abhoy Chandra (1927-)

Sri Aurobindo and Bergson; a synthetic study

•   [1st ed.].- Gyanpur: Jagabandhu Prakashan, 1972.- xx, 282 p. 22 cm.- NOTES: On jacket: A centenary publication. A revision of the author's thesis, Banaras Hindu University, 1950. Includes bibliographical references. (Number at Russian State Library IN 74-30/41)

Bhattacharya, Abinash Chandra

Bahirbbarate Bharatera muktiprayasa

In Bengali

First edition.- 1962.- 115 p. 22 cm.

Bhattacharya, Abinash Chandra

Bartaman Rananiti = Modern Science of War

In Bengali

Bhattacharya, Abinash Chandra

Iyorope Bhāratīya biplabera sādhanā

In Bengali

First edition.- 1958.- 9, 167 p. 21 cm.

Bhattacharya, Abinash Chandra

Mukti kon Pathe = Which Way to Liberation?

In Bengali

Bhattacharya, Birendra Kumar (1924-)

Sriarabinda

•   Ghauharti: Asama Prakasana Parishada, 1973.- 7, 156 p.; 22 cm.- In Assamese. Includes bibliographical references.

Bhattacharya, Murari M.

Man: A Multiple Personality (Six Talks)

•   Sri Aurobindo Society.— 92 pp.— ISBN: 81-7060-001-4.— Rs 20

Bhattacharya, Pashupati

Jai Ma: On the Mother’s Service

•   19 pp.— Rs 5

Bhattacharya, Pranab Kumar

Basic Asanas

•   31 pp.— Rs 20

Bhattacharya, Pranab Kumar

Daily Dozen for Men

•   10 pp.— Rs 15

Bhattacharya, Pranab Kumar

Health Exercises for Women and Girls

•   18 pp.— Rs 20

Bhattacharya, Pranab Kumar

Surya Namaskar

•   7 pp.— Rs 8

Bhattacharya, Supriyo

An Interview with Nirodbaran / Compiled and edited by Supriyo Bhattacharya

•   23 pp.— Rs 10

Bhosale, Sivajirava (1927-)

Muktigatha mahamanavaci: purnayogi Aravinda: jivana ani tattvajńana

•   1973.- 219 p. 22 cm.- NOTES: In Marathi.

Bisht D.B.

Mother and Me

•   Sri Aurobindo Society.— 48 pp.— ISBN: 81-7060-218-1.— Rs 40

Bogart, Greg

Finding a life's calling

Investigates the experience of discovering a sense of vocation, the initiation into a sense of calling or a central life task. Historical development of the concept of vocation; Views of Ira Progoff, Roberto Assagioli, and Dane Rudhyar on transpersonal activity; Ways in which the vocation may be discerned; Three levels of initiation that have been traditionally separated

•   // Journal of Humanistic Psychology, Fall94, Vol. 34 Issue 4, p6, 32p, 1b- AN: 9704046368.- ISSN: 0022-1678.

Böhler, Arno (1963-).

Das Ged. chtnis der Zukunft: Ans.tze zu einer Fundamentalontologie der Freiheit bei Martin Heidegger und Aurobindo Ghose

•   Wien: Passagen Verlag, 1996.- 362 p. ; 24 cm. - SERIES: Philosophische Theologie ; 8.- NOTES: Includes bibliographical references (p. 355-362).- ISBN: 3851651952

Bolle, Kees W.

Auroville and the Sri Aurobindo Ashram experiments in unity

•   Racine, Wisconsin: The Johnson Foundation, 1974.- PUB TYPE: Recording.- FORMAT: on 1 side of sound cassette (28 min. 15 sec.): 1 7/8 ips, 2.- track, mono., NAB; 3 7/8 x 2 1/2 in., 1/8 in. tape.- SERIES: Conversations from Wingspread; R-182.- NOTES: Features an in-depth examination of spiritual communities in Pondicherry, India, and the experiences of one American resident.

Bolle, Kees W.

The persistence of religion; an essay on Tantrism and Sri Aurobindo's philosophy

•   Leiden: Brill, 1965.- xviii, 134 p. 25 cm.- SERIES: Studies in the history of religions, 8.- NOTES: Bibliography: p. [128]-134.

•   Leiden: Brill, 1971.- xviii, 134 p.- SERIES: Studies in the history of religions. Supplements to Numen, 8 Studies in the history of religions; 8.- NOTES: Bibliography: p. [128]-134.

Bon, Bhakti Hariday, Swami, (ed.)

Western and Eastern Spiritual values of life

•   Vrindaban: Institute of Oriental Philosophy, 1962.

Bonga ichinyo eno hohoronteki shutaisei

•   Kyoto: Nagatabunshodo, 1962.- 339, 6 p. ; 22 cm.

Borker, B.B.; Roy, Dilip Kumar; Singh, E. Nilakanta; Sethna, K.D.; Mansinha, Mayadhar; Nandakumar, Prema; Mugali, R.S.; Singh, Shiva Prasad; Sundaram; Gokak, Vinayaka Krishna.

What Sri Aurobindo Means to Me

•   // Indian Literature, New Delhi-110001, India. Article in: vol. 15 no. 2, 1972.- STANDARD NO: 0019-5804.- LANGUAGE: English.- NOTES: B.B. Borkar, 71-75; Dilip Kumar Roy, 75-85; E. Nilakanta Singh, 86-89; K.D. Sethna, 90-94; Mayadhar Mansinha, 95-103; Prema Nandakumar, 103-07; R.S. Mugali, 114-16; Shiva Prasad Singh, 116-20; Sundaram, 121-25; Vinayaka Krishna Gokak, 125-29.

Bose, Sukumar (1931-).

Manaspati Sriarabinda

•   1973.- 13, 222 p. illus. 22 cm.- NOTES: In Bengali. Bibliography: p. 213-[214].- SUBJECT: Ghose, Aurobindo, -- 1872-1950.- OTHER: Dutta, Suhrid Gopal, 1917-.- Bandyopadhyay, Patitpaban, 1911-

Bragg, Mary C.

Self in Whitman's "Song of myself" and the philosophy of Sri Aurobindo

•   1976.- 49 leaves; 28 cm.- NOTES: Director: Charles J. Pelfrey. Thesis (M.A.)--Morehead State University, 1976. Bibliography: leaves 45-57.

Breath of Grace / Edited by M. P. Pandit

Reminiscences of early sadhaks of the Ashram, recording their personal experiences with Sri Aurobindo and the Mother in dayto-day life. Presents a rare and intimate history of the Ashram

•   348 pp.— ISBN: 81-7509-085-5.— Rs 150

Bristow, Sir Robert Charles

Sri Aurobindo: mystic, metaphysician, poet.- Reprinted from 'The Modern Churcheman'.

Brookman, David M.

Teilhard and Aurobindo: a study in religious complementarity

•   Bhubaneswar: Mayur Publications, 1988.- xvi, 145 p.; 22 cm.- NOTES: Appendices (p. [97]-133): I. An annotated bibliography of the works of Sri Aurobindo and the Mother -- II. A bibliography on Sri Aurobindo. Bibliography: p. [135]-145. Rs100.00

Brookman, David M.

The eschatological visionsof Pierre Teilhard de Chardin and Aurobindo Ghose: a study in religious complementarity

•   1973.- iii, 89 leaves ; 28 cm.- NOTES: Includes abstract andvita. Thesis (M.A.)-Hartford Seminary Foundation, 1973. Includes bibliographical references (leaves 83-89).

Bruteau, Beatrice (1930-)

The reality and value of the world in the philosophy of Sri Aurobindo: Degree: PH.D.- 1969 / Fordham University; 0072

•   // DAI, VOL. 30-04A, Page 1593, 00305 Pages

Bruteau, Beatrice (1930-)

Worthy is the world: the Hindu philosophy of Sri Aurobindo

•   Rutherford: Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, 1972 1971.- 288 p. illus. 22 cm.- NOTES: Bibliography: p. 273-277.- ISBN: 0838678726; USD 25.00 R

Bulletin of physical education / Sri Aurobindo International Centre of Education

(Pondicherry, India).- Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Ashram,.- PUB TYPE: Serial.- NOTES: Title varies: Feb. 1949-Nov. 1958, Bulletin of physical education. Bulletin d'education physique. In English and French.

Bulletin of Sri Aurobindo International Centre of Education = Bulletin du Centre International d'Éducation Sri Aurobindo

Pondicherry (India): Sri Aurobindo Ashram, 19uu 9999.- PUB TYPE: Serial.- FORMAT: v.: ill.; 24 cm.- FREQUENCY: Quarterly <1962>-.- NOTES: Description based on: v. 14, no. 1 (Feb. 1962); title from cover.- ISSN: 0970-7417

Burlingham, Merry L.

Sri Aurobindo: the man and his epic. A report of an Independent Study

•   Maryville, 1967.- 84l. 29 cm.- NOTES: Thesis (Undergraduate)-Maryville College, 1967. Includes bibliography.

C

Cappadona D.A.

Poetry as yoga - the spiritual ascent of Aurobindo, Sri

•   // Horizons, V7, N2, 1980 (Country: USA)

Carandang, Amado Ilagan

The self in Aquinas and Sri Aurobindo (Ghose): Degree: M.A.- 1986 / California Institute Of Integral Studies; 0392

•   // MAI, VOL. 25-01, Page 0127, 00142 Pages

Cauhana, Pratapasimha

Hindi-kavya aura Aravinda-darsana

•   1965.- 9, 333 p. 22 cm.- NOTES: In Hindi. Bibliography: p. [330]-333.

Cenkner, William (1930-)

Aurobindo, Sri - the perfect and the good - Minor,RN: book review

•   // Journal of the American Academy of Religion, V49, N1, 1981 (Country: USA)

Cenkner, William (1930-)

The Hindu personality in Education: Tagore, Gandhi, Aurobindo

•   Columbia: South Asia Books, 1976.- 230 p.; 23 cm.- NOTES: Includes index. Bibliography: p. 215-224.- ISBN/PRICE: 0883867591; USD 12.50 R.- ISBN/PRICE: 8173040400 TC; USD 18.00 R

•   New Delhi: Manohar Book Service, 1976.- 230 p.; 23 cm.- NOTES: Includes index. Bibliography: p. 215-224.

Talukdar, Nirodbaran (1903-) See Nirodbaran

Chakravarty, Satyajyoti

The philosophy of Sri Aurobindo

•   New Delhi; New York: Sterling Publishers; Distributed by APT Books, 1991.- x, 94 p. ; 62 cm.- NOTES: Distributor from label on t.p. Includes bibliographical references and index.- ISBN: 8120713222

Chakravarty, Suresh Chandra (1891-1951)

Smrtikatha

•   1962.- 374 p. 19 cm.- NOTES: In Bengali.

Champaklal Purani (1903-1992)

Champaklal as an Artist

With paintings by Champaklal. Regarding Champaklal's artistic capacity Sri Aurobindo once wrote in the 1930s "Champaklal has a natural talent already developed to an unusual degree." This commemorative album presents "Paintings, Drawings and Studies from Life" and "Paintings Created by Marbling Technique".

•   Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Ashram.— 87 pp.— ISBN: 81-7058-423-X.— hc Rs 500

Champaklal Purani (1903-1992)

Champaklal Speaks / Edited by M. P. Pandit, Revised by Roshan

Champaklal served both Sri Aurobindo and the Mother as their personal attendant. Here are reminiscences and other material gathered during Champaklal’s long period of intimate contact with them.

•   Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Ashram.— 400 pp.— ISBN: 81-7058-668-2.— Rs 175

•   Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Ashram Press, 1975.- iv, 274 p. [4] leaves of plates: ill.; 22 cm.

•   Berkeley: Sri Aurobindo Association, Incorporated, 1975.- 275 p.: ill.- ISBN/PRICE: 0890712786 TP; USD 7.50 R

•   2d. ed. (revised).- Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Ashram Press, 1976.- iv, 282 p. [6] leaves of plates: ill.; 22 cm.

Champaklal Purani (1903-1992)

Champaklal's Treasures

•   Berkeley: Sri Aurobindo Association, Incorporated, 1976.- 234 p.: ill.- ISBN/PRICE: 0890712794 TP; USD 5.50 R

Champaklal Purani (1903-1992)

 Lion of Light and Love / edited by V. Madhusudan Reddy

Reminiscences, anecdotes, messages, dream and vision interwoven into a remarkable, inspiring portrayal of one of Mother's and Sri Aurobindo's closest and dearest disciples

•   127p.- 8.95 Rs

Champaklal Purani (1903-1992)

Prayers and Aspirations

•   Sri Aurobindo Society.— 52 pp.— ISBN: 81-7060-061-8.— Rs 50

Champaklal Purani (1903-1992)

Visions of Champaklal / Compiled and edited by Roshan and Apurva

Vivid and spiritually symbolic glimpses into the luminous inner life of Champaklal, recounted in a diary-like form. Includes passages from Sri Aurobindo's and Mother's writings on the importance of spiritual dreams and visions. With full color reproductions of paintings depicting some of the visions

•   197 pp.— Rs 150

Chandel, Bhuvan

The Concept of Divine Ecstasy in Sri Aurobindo // Panjab University Research Bulletin (Arts) (PURBA)

•    Chandigarh, India. Article in: vol. 16 no. 1, 1985 Apr.- PAGES: 89-94.- STANDARD NO: 0970-5260.- LANGUAGE: English

Chandrasekharam, Veluri (1896-1964)

Sri Aravindulu

•   [Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Book Distribution Agency], 1968.- 38, [1] p. ill. 19cm.- NOTES: In Telugu

Chandrasekharam, Veluri (1896-1964)

Sri Aravinduni purna yogamu

•   [Madras: Distributed by Personal Bookshop], 1968.- xxiv, 115, [4] p. facsim., port. 18 cm.- NOTES: In Telugu. Works of Sri Aurobindo: p. [116]-[117]

Chandrasekharam, Veluri (1896-1964)

Sri Aurobindo; three essays

•   1st. ed.- Madras: The Personal Bookshop, 1961.- 111 p. 18 cm.

Chandrasekharam, Veluri (1896-1964)

Sri Aurobindo's "The life divine"; a brief study

•   [2d ed.].- Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Library, 1946.- 85 p. 19 cm.

•   [3. ed.].- [Madras: The Personal Book-shop, 1961 1941.- 75 p. 18 cm.- NOTES: First published in 1941.

Chatterjee D.K.

Cousins and Aurobindo, a study in literary influence

•   // Journal of south asian literature, V24, N1, 1989. P114-123

Chatterjee, Bhim Chandra

Gandhi or Aurobindo? and Anappeal to Mr. Gandhi

•   2d ed.- Calcutta: Saraswaty Library, 1921.- vi, 78 p.- NOTES: Master microform held by: NN. Microfilm. New York: New York Public Library, 19--. 1 microfilm reel ; 35 mm.

Chatterjee, Margaret

The Concept of Spirituality

•   Delhi: Allied Publishers, 1989. Pp. xi + 111.

Chatterjee, Pritibhushan

Towards supermanhood: the philosophy of Sri Aurobindo

•   Calcutta: Progressive Publishers, 1977.- viii, 96 p.; 19 cm.- NOTES: Includes bibliographical references.

Chatterjee, Ranjit

Manmohan Ghose and His Poetry

•   // An English Miscellany, St. Stephen's College, Delhi. Article in: vol. 3, 1965.- PAGES: 1-8.- LANGUAGE: English

Chatterjee, Tulsidas (1891-)

A handbook of Sri Aurobindo's yoga

•   [Calcutta]: Asian Printers, 1961.- 206 p. illus.- NOTES: Includes bibliography.

Chatterjee, Tulsidas (1891-)

Sri Aurobindo's integral yoga

•   [2d ed., enl.- Howrah: to be had of: Sri Aurobindo Ashram, Pondicherry, 1970.- xvi, 365 p. port. 19 cm.- NOTES: First ed., 1961, has title: A handbook of Sri Aurobindo's yoga. Bibliography: p. [364]-365.- ALT TITLE: Handbook of Sri Aurobindo's yoga

Chatterji, Bankim Chandra (1838-1894)

Gandhi and Aurobindo

•   3d. ed.- Calcutta: The Calcutta Publishers, 1925.- x, 102 p. 18 cm.

Chatterjee D.K.

Cousins and Aurobindo, a study in literary influence

•   // Journal of south asian literature, V24, N1, 1989. P.114-123

Chatterji, Pritibhushan

Plotinus and Sri Aurobindo: A Comparative Study

•   // Harris, R. Baine (ed.); Mayer, John R. A. (introd.). Neoplatonism and Indian Thought. Norfolk: Internat. Soc. for Neoplatonic Studies, 1981. xiii, 353 pp.- PAGES: 257-272.- SERIES: Studies in Neoplatonism: Ancient & Mod. Series No: 2.- LANGUAGE: English.- PUB TYPE: book article

Chattopadhyaya, Debi Prasad (1933-)

History, society, and polity: integral sociology of Sri Aurobindo

•   New Delhi: Macmillan Co. of India, 1976.- xvi, 281 p.; 25 cm.- NOTES: Includes bibliographical references and index.

•   Madras: S. G. Wasani, 1976.- xvi, 281 p.; 25 cm.- NOTES: Includes bibliographical references and index.

Chattopadhyaya, Debi Prasad (1933-)

Sri Aurobindo and Karl Marx: integral sociology and dialectical sociology

•   336 pp.— ISBN: 81-208-0388-40- hc Rs 250

•   New ed., enl.- Delhi: Motilal Banarsidass, 1988.- xx, 336 p.; 25 cm.- NOTES: Rev. ed. of: History, society, and polity. 1976. Includes index. Bibliography: p. [315]-325.- ISBN: 8120803884:

Chattopadhyaya, Debi Prasad (1933-)

Sri Aurobindo & Karl Marx; Integral Sociology & Dialectical Sociology

•   2nd ed.- Columbia: South Asia Books, 1988.- ISBN/PRICE: 8120803884 TC; USD 38.50 R

Chattopadhyaya, Debi Prasad (1933-)

Sri Aurobindo on Man

•   1st ed.- Calcutta: Sri Aurobindo Pathamandir, 1972.- 41 p.; 17 cm.

Chaudhuri, Haridas

Being, evolution, and immortality; an outline of integral philosophy

•   [3d enl. ed.].- Wheaton: Theosophical Pub. House, 1974 1967.- xiii, 204 p. illus. 21 cm.- SERIES: A Quest book.- NOTES: Second ed. published in 1967 under title: The philosophy of integralism. Includes bibliographical references.- ISBN/PRICE: 0835604497 TP; USD 6.95 R

Chaudhuri, Haridas

Sri Aurobindo: the prophet of life divine.

•   Calcutta: Sri Aurobindo Pathamandir, 1951.- xi, 265 p.: front.(port.); 18 cm.

•   Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Ashram, 1960.- 270 p.

•   Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Ashram, 1973.- 224 p. 22 cm.- NOTES: Includes bibliographical references.

•   San Francisco: Cultural Integration Fellowship, Inc., 1973.- xvii, 270 p. 18 cm.

Chaudhuri, Haridas (ed.)

The integral philosophy of Sri Aurobindo; a commemorative symposium

•   London: Allen & Unwin, 1960.- 350 p. port. 23 cm.- NOTES: Bibliographical footnotes. "A complete list of all the books published in English by Sri Aurobindo": p. 348-350.

•   Pomona: Auromere, Incorporated, 1980.- 350 p.- ISBN/PRICE: 0897449924 TC; USD 10.00 R

Chaudhuri, Haridas

The philosophy of integralism, or, The metaphysical synthesis inherent in the teaching of Sri Aurobindo.

•   Calcutta: Sri Aurobindo Pathamandir, 1954.- v, xviii, 366 p.; 19 cm.- NOTES: Bibliographical footnotes.

•   [2d enl. ed.].- Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Ashram, 1967.- xviii, 181 p. 21 cm.- NOTES: Bibliographical footnotes.

Chaudhuri, Jatindrabimal

Bharata-hrdayaravindam. Bharata hridaya-Aravindam; a new Sanskrit drama

•   Calcutta: [Published by J. B. Chaudhuri for Pracyavani (Institute of Oriental Learning)], 1960.- 16, 61, 16 p. 22 cm.- SERIES: Pracya Vani Sanskrit series, v. 32. Pracyavani Sanskrit texts; v. 32.

Chelysheva, Irina Pavlovna

Eticheskie idei v mirovozzrenii Vivekanandy, B.G. Tilaka i Aurobindo Gkhosha

•   Moskva: Izd-vo "Nauka," Glav. red. vostochnoi lit-ry, 1986.- 125, [3] p.; 20 cm.- NOTES: At head of title: Akademiia nauk SSSR. Ordena Trudovogo Krasnogo Znameni Institut vostokovedeniia. Bibliography: p. 120-[126].

Chelysheva, Irina Pavlovna

Ethical ideas in the world outlook of Swami Vivekananda, Lokamanya B.G. Tilak, and Aurobindo Ghose

•   Calcutta: Vostok, 1989.- 163 p.; 22 cm.- NOTES: Translation of: Eticheskie idei v mirovozzrenii Vivekanandy, B.G. Tilaka, i Aurobindo Gkhosha. Bibliography: p. [157]-163.- ALT TITLE: Eticheskie idei v mirovozzrenii Vivekanandy, B.G. Tilaka i Aurobindo Gkhosha. English

Chennabasapp, Konana (1922-)

Svatantryayodha sri Aravinda

•   1969.- xi,171 p. ports. 18 cm.- NOTES: In Kannada. Bibliography: p. 169-171.

Chetany, J.

The future of man according to Teilhard de Chardin and Aurobindo Ghose

•   1st ed.- New Delhi: Oriental Publishers & Distributors, 1978.- xvi, 500 p.; 22 cm.- SERIES: World's wisdom series; no. 16.- NOTES: Title on spine: The future of man according to the psychic evolutions of Teilhard de Chardin and Aurobindo Ghose. Includes index. Bibliography: p. [471]-489.

Chevalier, Dominique

Anima. Seven poems of Sri Aurobindo sung with accompaniment on violin and organ

Musical composition by Dominique Chevalier: Audio CDs. — Duration 48:25. — Rs 675

Chincholkar, Laxman Ganpatrao (1935-)

A critical study of Aurobindo, with special reference to his concept of spiritual evolution

•   Nagpur, 1966.- 2, ii, 214 p. 23 cm.- NOTES: "A thesis approved for Ph. D. by the Nagpur University." Bibliography: p. [205]-214.

Chittaranjan Das SEE Das, Chittaranjan

Chobot, Neal L.

Aurobindo's concept of spiritual evolution

•   1977.- iv, 307 leaves.- SERIES: University of Hawaii (Honolulu). Theses for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy; no. 1046: Philosophy.- NOTES: Typescript. Bibliography: leaves 305-307.

Chousalkar, Ashok S. (1950-)

Indian idea of political resistance: Aurobindo, Tilak, Gandhi, and Ambedkar

•   Delhi, India: Ajanta Publications, 1990.- xii, 131 p. ; 22 cm.- NOTES: Includes index. Includes bibliographical references (p. [122]-128).- ISBN: 8120202961

•   Columbia: South Asia Books, 1990.- ISBN/PRICE: 8120202961 TC; USD 19.50 R

Chowdhury, Chunilal

Rajat’s Inheritance and other Short Stories

•   56 pp.— Rs 25

Collaboration.- Mt. Tremper

•   N.Y.: [Matagiri Sri Aurobindo Center, Inc.], 197u 9999.- PUB TYPE: Serial.- ISSN: 0164-1522.- ALT TITLE: Collaboration (Mt. Tremper).- OTHER: Matagiri Sri Aurobindo Center.

Collins, John Edward (1938-)

The integral vision of Sri Aurobindo

•    1971.- 296 l// DAI, VOL. 31-12A, Page 6699, 00303 Pages.- NOTES: Thesis (Ph. D.)--Princeton University, 1970. Bibliography: l. 292-294. Photocopy. Ann Arbor, Mich.: University Microfilms, 1970.

Collinson, Dian. (1930-)

Thirty-five oriental philosophers

•   London; New York: Routledge, 1994.- vi, 205 p.; 24 cm.- ISBN: 0415025966 (acid-free paper).- NOTES: Includes bibliographical references (p. 2 05). Zoroaster - Islamic philosophy: Muhammad ; Al-Kindi ; Al- Farabi ; Ibn Sina; Al-Ghazali ; Ibn Rushd ; Iqbal - Indian philosophy: The Buddha ; Badarayana ; Nagarjuna ; Vasubandhu ; Buddhaghosa; Sankara ; Ramanuja ; Madhva ;Vivekananda ; Gandhi; Aurobindo; Radhakrishnan - Tibetan philosophy: Padma-Sambhava ; Milarepa - Chinese philosophy: Confucius ; . Mencius ; Lao Tze ;Hui-neng ; Chu Hsi ; Tai Chen ;Mao Tse- tung - Japanese philosophy: D ogen ; Nichiren ; Bankei ; Hakuin ; Nishida ; Suzuki.

Cotton, Henry John Stedman

In English

India: a Policy and a Prospect

•   / Ed. by W.T.Stead.- London.- 16 p.

Cotton, Henry John Stedman

In English

Indian and Home Memories

•   London: Adelphi Terrace; Leipsic: Inselstrasse.- 1910.- 352 p., 19 ill.

Cotton, Henry John Stedman

In English

New India or India in Transition

•   Popular edition.- London: Kegan Paul, Trench and Co, 1886.- 184 p.

Cotton, James Sutherland; Payne E.J.

In English

Colonies and Dependencies

•   In 2 Parts.- London: Macmillan and Co., 1883.- 164 p.- Contets: Part I. India / by Cotton, James Sutherland.- Part II. The Colonies / By E.J. Payne

Cotton, James Sutherland

In English

Mountstuart Elphinstone and the making of South-Western India

•   Oxford: Clarendon Press.- 222 p. [serial?] Rulers of India / Ed. by Sir William Wilson Hunter

Coty, Georgette

Christalis: A Saga of the Future

•   258 pp.— Rs 200

Cousins, James Henry

In English

Etain the beloved and other poems

•   Dublin: Maunsel ans Co., 1912.- 96 p.

Cousins, James Henry

In English

Straight and crooked

•   London: Grant Richards LTD, [without date].- 64 p.

Cousins, James Henry

In English

Surya-gita (sun songs) together with second editions of «The garland of life» and «Moulted feathers»

•   Madras: Ganesh and Co., 1922.- 152 p.

Cousins, James Henry

In English

The awakening, and other sonnets

•   Dublin: Mountsel and Co.- 13 p.

Cousins, James Henry

In English

The Bell-Branch

•   Dublin: Mountsel and Co.- 1908.- 47 p.

Cousins, James Henry

In English

The play of Brahma: an essay on the drama in national revival

•   Bangalore: The Amateur Dramatic Assotiation, 1921.- 69 p.

Cousins, James Henry

In English

The Quest

•   Dublin: Maunsel and Co.; London: 26, Ludgate Hill, 1906.- 56 p.

Cousins, James Henry

In English

The Voice of One: poems, sonnets

•   London: Paternoster Square, 1900.- 79 p.

Cousins, James Henry

In English

War: a theosophical view

•   London: Theosophical Publishing Society, 1914.- 30 p.

Cousins, James Henry; Margaret Cousins

In English

We Two Together: An autobiography

•   Madras: Ganesh and Co, 1950.- 784 p. [Available on-lain only pages 349-395.]

Cousins, James Henry

In English

Work And Worship: Essays on Culture and Creative Art

•   Madras: Ganesh and Co., 1922.- 159 p.

Coward, Harold G.

Derrida and Indian Philosophy

•   Albany: SUNY Press, 1990. Pp. 200. Hardcover $35.50. Paper $10.95.

Coward, Harold G.

Language in Aurobindo

•   // Journal of South Asian literature, V24, N1, 1989. P141-153

Coward, Harold G. (ed.)

Modern Indian Responses to Religious Pluralism

•   Albany: State University of New York Press, 1987. Pp. xii + 340.

Coward, Harold G.

'Speech versus writing' in Derrida and Bhartrhari.

•   // Philosophy East & West, Apr91, Vol. 41 Issue 2, p141, 22p.- Abstract: Focuses on the status of the spoken word in language in Indian philosophy. Jacques Derrida's deconstruction of priority of speech over writing; Language as a means for spiritual realization.- AN: 9609190094.- ISSN: 0031-8221

D

Dalal A.S.

Aurobindo and modern psychology

•   // Journal of South Asian literature, V24, N1, 1989. P154-167

Dalal A.S.

Psychology, Mental Health and Yoga: Essays on Sri Aurobindo’s Psychological Thought; Implications of Yoga for Mental Health

Brings out points of convergence and divergence between psychology and yoga

•   Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Ashram.— 155 pp.— ISBN: 81-7058-636-4.— Rs 80

•   1st ed.- Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Ashram Press, 1991.- 166 p. ;20 cm.- NOTES: Includes bibliographical references and index.- ISBN: 8170582318: 7.95 Rs.

•   1st ed.- Ojai, Calif.; Wilmont, WI: Institute of Integral Psychology; Distributed in the U.S. by Lotus Light Publications, 1991.- 166 p. ; 19 cm.- NOTES: Includes bibliographical references and index.- ISBN: 0941524647

Dall'Annese, Giovanni

Critica sugli aforismi di Shri Aurobindo. Considerazioni e pensieri

•   Roma: [Francioni], 1951.- 38 [1] p.

Dallape, Lisa M.; Verma K.D.

Aurobindo Ghose (Sri Aurobindo): Selected Bibliography

•   // Journal of South Asian Literature (JSoAL), East Lansing, MI.- Article in: vol. 24 no. 1, 1989 Winter-Spring.- PAGES: 179-89.- STANDARD NO: 0025-0503.- LANGUAGE: English

Dalton, Dennis

Indian idea of freedom: political thought of Swami Vivekananda, Aurobindo Ghose, Mahatma Gandhi, and Rabindranath Tagore

•   Gurgaon, Haryana: Academic Press, 1982.- vi, 227 p.; 23 cm.- NOTES: Includes index. Bibliography: p. [209]-220.

Dalton, Dennis

The Theory of Anarchism in Modern India: An Analysis of the Political Thought of Vivekananda, Aurobindo and Gandhi

•   // Moore, R. J. Tradition and Politics in South Asia. New Delhi: Vikas, 1979. 266 pp.- PAGES: 198-227.- LANGUAGE: English.- PUB TYPE: book article

Daniel, Missy

Spiritual consciousness and healing.

•   // Second Opinion, Jul92, Vol. 18 Issue 1, p68, 14p, 7bw .- Abstract: Presents the interview with Govindappa Venkataswamy, eye surgeon and Aravind Eye Hospital founder, India. Biographical information and career highlights; Influence of father and Gandhi; Spiritual practices and beliefs; Views on disease and healing; `Aravind culture.' .- AN: 9312091006.- ISSN: 0890-1570

Das, Abinas Chandra

Sri Aurobindo and some modern problems

•   Calcutta: General Printers & Publishers, 1958.- 192 p. 23 cm.- NOTES: Includes bibliography.

Das, Adhar Chandra

Sri Aurobindo and the future of mankind

•   [Calcutta]: The University of Calcutta, 1934.- xvii, 130 p. ; 18 cm.- SERIES: SAMP early 20th-century Indian books project ; item 07073.- NOTES: Master microform held by:CRL. Microfilm. NewDelhi: Libraryof Congress Office ; Chicago: Available from Center for Research Libraries, 1995.On 1 microfilm reel with other items ; 35 mm. (SAMP early 20th- century Indian booksproject ; item 07073).

Das, Chittaranjan

In English

Freedom through Disobedience

•   Madras: Arka Publishing House, 1922

Das, Chittaranjan

In English

Sea Songs

•   Translated into English by Sri Aurobindo

Das, Manoj

Sri Aurobindo (1872-1950): A Brief Biographical Sketch

•   // Indian Literature, New Delhi-110001, India. Article in: vol. 15 no. 2, 1972.- PAGES: 28-35.- STANDARD NO: 0019-5804.- LANGUAGE: English

Das, Manoj

Sri Aurobindo

•   88 pp.— ISBN: 81-7201-595-X.— Rs 25

•   New Delhi: Sahitya Akademi, 1972.- 82 p. 22 cm.- SERIES: Makers of Indian literature.- NOTES: List of Aurobindo Ghose's works: p. 81-82.

•   Columbia: South Asia Books, 1982.- ISBN/PRICE: 083641585X TP; USD 4.00 R

•   4th ed.- New Delhi: Sahitya Akademi, 1988.- 88 p.; 22 cm.

Das, Manoj

Sri Aurobindo in the First Decade of the Twentieth Century

•   Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Ashram.— 218 pp.— ISBN: 81-7058-697-6.— Rs 95

•   Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Ashram, 1972.- 207 p. illus. 21 cm.

Das, Ramkrishna

In German

Nama Japa in the Yoga of Transformation.- Translated from the original Oriya

"Nama-Japa (the repetition of the Divine Name) plays an important role in Sri Aurobindo's Integral Yoga. Even it could be said that Nama-Japa is the best method for the transformation of the body." Compiled from talks on the value, method and action of Nama-Japa.

•   Nama-japa im Yoga der Transformation. = Rupantara Yogare Namajapa / Translated from English into German by Anja Graf, Regina Ullrich, Marie Luise Vonier.— Pondicherry, 2005.— 107p. with Glossary

Dasa, Bimala Prasanna

Pandiceri eka svikarokti

•   1st ed.- Kataka: OdisaBuk Shtora, 1991.- 3, 84 p. ; 22 cm.- NOTES: In Oriya. Reflection on Sri Aurobindo Ashram, Pondicherry and experiencesand realisations of Aurobindo Ghose, 1872-1950.

Dasa, Ramakrshna

Sriarabindanka yoga o sadhana

•   1960 1962.- 2 v. in 1 19 cm.- NOTES: In Oriya.

Dasa, Ramena

Agnihotri Sriarabinda

•   Kalikata: Sahitya Samstha: praptisthana, Suhasa Pabalisim Hausa, 1976.- 190, 4 p.; 22 cm.- NOTES: In Bengali.

Dasa, Ramena

Sindhu theke bindu: biplabi Arabindera durlabha jibanabeda

•   Kalikata: Sahitya Samstha: praptisthana, Suhasa Pabalisim Hausa, 1976.- 190, 4 p.; 22 cm.- NOTES: In Bengali.

Dass Gupta, Gopal

Glossary and index of proper names in Sri Aurobindo's works

•   1st ed.- Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Ashram, 1989.- xxi, 366 p. ; 28 cm.- NOTES: Includes bibliographical references (p. 361-366).- ISBN: 8170581702

De. A. Ghose, Aurobindo in Indian politics (1893-1910) - an assessment of the role of a noted Bengali intellectual

•   // Quarterly review of historical studies, V25, N2, 1986. P6-22

De, Bisvanatha

Sriarabinda smrti

•   1971.- 296 p. ports. 22 cm.- NOTES: In Bengali.

Debali Mookerjea

That Little Boy

•   : An English Translation of Jyotirmoyee Devi’s Bengali Short Story "Shei Chheleta": Article.- In English // Meridians, v2 n2 (2002): 128-145.

Deshpande P.S.

Sri Aurobindo's Savitri: A Key to Integral Pefection

•   // Amur, G. S. (ed.); Prasad, V. R. N. (ed.); Nemade, B. V. (ed.); Nihalani, N. H. (ed.). Indian Readings in Commonwealth Literature. New York; New Delhi: Apt; Sterling, 1985. vi, 200 pp.- PAGES: 59-70.- LANGUAGE: English.- PUB TYPE: book article

Deshpande R.Y.

All is Dream-Blaze

•   75 pp.— Rs 30

Deshpande R.Y.

Nagin-bhai Tells Me

•   82 pp.— Rs 60

Deshpande R.Y.

Paging the Unknown

•   Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Ashram.— 63 pp.— ISBN: 81-7058-590-2.— Rs 50

Deshpande R.Y.

Sri Aurobindo and the New Millennium: Reflections and Reviews

Diverse articles providing a multiform glimpse of all that Sri Aurobindo attempted and achieved, touching upon various aspects such as the role of the Avatar in this creation and the possibility of the arrival of the New Man.

•   340 pp.— Rs 150

Deshpande R.Y.

The Ancient Tale of Savitri

•   Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Ashram.— 49 pp.— ISBN: 81-7058-429-9.— Rs 40

Deshpande R.Y.

The Birth of Savitri

•   95 pp., 0-930736-04-4.— Rs 100

Deshpande R.Y.

The Rhododendron Valley

•   89 pp.— Rs 35

Deshpande R.Y.

Under the Raintree

•   Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Ashram.— 37 pp.— ISBN: 81-7058-399-3.— Rs 40

Deshpande R.Y.

Vyasa’s Savitri: A Verse-by-Verse Rendering and Some Perspectives. Incl. Devanagari and English translation

•   Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Ashram.— 135 pp.— ISBN: 81-7058-480-9.— Rs 60

Despair, hope and bliss: (Eliot, Bloch, Buber, Fromm, Wojtyla and Aurobindo on Man)

•   Kottayam: Oriental Institute, 1980.- xvi, 212 p. ; 23cm.- SERIES: Oriental Institute Publication ; no. 39 Oriental Institute of Religious Studies, India (Series) ; no. 39.- NOTES: Includes bibliographic references and index. Transcendence: an introduction / T. Vellilamthadam - Emptying man: Eliot's view of man / S. Kalacherry - Hoping man: Bloch about man / B . Puthur - Dialogical man: Buber on human relations / J. Mundackal - Self-perfecting man: Fromm and humanism / G. Njarakunnel - Acting man: Wojtyla's concept of man / T. Kottoor - Integral man: Aurobindo's visionof man / G. Nedumpalakunnel.

Deutsch, Eliot Sandler (1931-)

Approaches to mysticism; a study of the interpretations of Rudolph Otto, Evelyn Underhill, Sri Aurobindo

•   [New York], 1960.- vii, 318 l. 29 cm.- NOTES: Typescript. Thesis (PH.D.) - Columbia University; 0054. Bibliography: l. 307-315. // DAI, VOL. 21-01, Page 0210, 00329 Pages

Devadhara, Jyotsna

Uttarayogi

•   1. avrtti.- Mumbai: Päpyulara Prakasana, 1973.- 150 p.; 22 cm.- NOTES: In Marathi. A novel.

Devdas N.

The concepts of freedom and necessity in the thought of Aurobindo, Sri

•   // Scottish journal of religious studies, V1, N2, 1980 (Country: CANADA)

Devi G. N.

Colonial Experience and Indian Critical Tradition. Papers Delivered at Seminar, Post-Graduate Dept. of Eng. & the Centre for Commonwealth Lit. & Research, 21-25 Sept. 1981

•   // Gowda, H. H. Anniah (ed.). The Colonial and the Neo-Colonial Encounters in Commonwealth Literature. Mysore: Prasaragana Univ., 1983. viii, 243 pp.- PAGES: 135-147.- LANGUAGE: English.- PUB TYPE: book article

Dhar, Niranjan (1919-)

Aurobindo, Gandhi and Roy: a Yogi, a Mahatma, and a Rationalist.

•   Calcutta: Minerva, 1986.- vi, 177 p.; 22 cm.- NOTES: Includes index. Bibliography: p. [166]-173.

•   Columbia: South Asia Books, May 1986.- ISBN/PRICE: 0836415787 TC; USD 13.50 R

Dharmapala, Gauri (1931-)

Beda o Sriarabinda

•   Kalikata: Sriarabinda Pathamandira, 1981.- 124 p.; 23 cm.- NOTES: In Bengali; includes passages in Sanskrit (Bengali script), with Bengali translation. Includes bibliographical references and index.

Dhyana: Meditation for Inner Growth

•   88 pp.— Rs 90

Dibyayana: [Sriaurabinda-smarakagrantha satatamajanma jayanti upalakshe]

•   [Medinipura]: Kalikata: Sriaurabinda-Smarakagrantha Prakasana-Upasamiti; praptisthana, Sriaurabinda Pathamandira, 1973.- 160, 128, [44] p., [8] p. of plates: ill.; 22 cm.- NOTES: Bengali and English. Added title in English on back cover: Divyayan: Sri Aurobindo birth centenary commemoration volume.

Die Bhagavadgita: in der Ubertragung von Sri Aurobindo; mit einer Einfuhrung

•   Freiburg im Breisgau, Germany: Herder, 1992.- 153 p.; 20 cm.- SERIES: Spektrum; 4106

Dijk, Alphons van

European Influences on Sri Aurobindo's Thought

•   The Indian P.E.N. (IPEN), Bombay, India. Article in: vol. 46 no. 1-2, 1984 Jan.-Feb.- PAGES: 8-18.- STANDARD NO: 0019-6053.- LANGUAGE: English

Dijk, Alphonsus Maria Gerardus van (1940-)

Europese invloeden op het denken van Sri Aurobindo = European influences on Sri Aurobindo's thought (with a summary in English)

•   Bamberg: Difo-Druck, 1977.- vi, 446, [4] p.; 21 cm.- NOTES: "Stellingen" ([4] p.) inserted at end. Includes index. Vita. Thesis--Rijksuniversiteit te Utrecht, 1977. Bibliography: p. 418-436.

Dilip Kumar Roy SEE Roy, Dilip Kumar

Dimensions of Spiritual Education: Integral Education Series

•   Sri Aurobindo Society.— 75 pp.— ISBN: 81-7060-103-7.— Rs 30

Dinkar, Ramdhari Sinha (1908-1974)

Cetana ki sikhŕ

•   1973.- 127 p. 22 cm.- NOTES: In Hindu.

Diwakar, Ranganath Ramachandra (1894-)

Mahayogi: life, sadhana and teachings of Sri Aurobindo

•   Bombay: Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan, 1953.- xix, 288 p., [6] leaves of plates: ill., facsim., ports.; 19 cm.- SERIES: Bhavan's book university; 15.- NOTES: Includes index. Bibliography: p. [267]-269

•   [2d rev. enl. ed.].- Bombay: Gharatiya Vidya Bhavan, 1954.- xx, 290 p.; [6] leaves of plates, ports; 19 cm.- SERIES: Bhavan's book university; 15.- - NOTES: Includes index. Bibliography: p.[269]-270.

•   [3d rev., enl. ed.].- Bombay: Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan, 1962.- xx, 298 p. illus. 19 cm.- SERIES: Bhavan's book university, 15. (Number at Russian State Library IN N 942/231)

•   4th ed.- Bombay: Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan, 1967.- 300 p. illus. 19 cm.- SERIES: Bhavan's book university, 15.- NOTES: Bibliography: p. [271]-273.

•   [5th ed.].- Bombay: Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan, 1972.- 300 p. illus. 19 cm.- SERIES: Bhavan's book university, 15

•   Bombay: Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan, 1976.- xxi, 292 p.: ill. ; 19 cm.- NOTES: Includes bibliographical references(p. [265]-268) and index.

Dockhorn, Kurt (1936-)

Tradition und Evolution; Untersuchungen zu Sri Aurobindos Auslegung autoritativer Sanskritschriften mit einer Einfěhrung in sein Leben und Werk

•   [Gětersloh]: Gětersloher Verlagshaus G. Mohn, 1969.- 231 p. 23 cm.- SERIES: Missionswissenschaftliche Forschungen, Bd. 5.- NOTES: Diss.-Heidelberg. Bibliography: p. 229-231.

Donnelly, Morwenna

Founding the Life Divine; an introduction to the integral yoga of Sri Aurobindo / Foreworded by A.Basu

•   London, New York: Rider, 1955.- 176 p. 19 cm.

•   [1st American ed.].- New York: Hawthorn Books, 1956.- 246 p. 22 cm.

•   Bombay: Jaico, 1958.

•   Lower Lake, Calif.: Dawn Horse Press 1976, 1976.- 176 p.; 23 cm.- SERIES: The laughing man series of classic spiritual literature.- NOTES: Includes bibliographical references.- ISBN: 0913922137

•   Middletown: Dawn Horse Press, 1976.- 182 p.- ISBN/PRICE: 0913922137 TP; USD 7.95 R

Doshi, Nagin (1917-)

Guidance from Sri Aurobindo: letters to a young disciple.

•   Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Society, 1974 1987.- 3 v.; 20 cm.- NOTES: Vols. 2-3 have imprint: Sri Aurobindo Ashram, Pondicherry.

•   Berkeley: Sri Aurobindo Association, Incorporated, 1976.- 293 p.- ISBN/PRICE: 0890712654 TP; USD 4.50 R

•   Vol. 3.- Berkeley: Sri Aurobindo Association, Incorporated, 1978.- 268 p.- ISBN/PRICE: 8170580692 TP; USD 6.95 R

Dowsett , Norman C.; Jayaswal

Education of the Future

•   ISBN 8170601045 84p.

Dowsett, Norman C.

English prosody

•   Pondicherry: Dept. of Educational Research and Development, Sri Aurobindo Society, 1976.- 26 p.; 23 cm.- NOTES: Includes bibliographical references.

Dowsett, Norman C.

Yoga and Education

•   73p.- ISBN 8170601053.

Dr. Indra Sen SEE Indra Sen

Duara, Prasenjit

The new politics of Hinduism

•   // Wilson Quarterly, Summer91, Vol. 15 Issue 3, p42, 8p, 2bw.- Abstract: Focuses on the history of Hinduism and national politics in India. Unifying principles; Complexity of the Hindu system's ideas and ideals; Origins; Major groups behind national Hinduism; Hinduist factions within the country; Syndication of Hinduism in the country; Reference to the Ayodhya temple affair in 1989 which overshadowed India's national election.- AN: 9608281574.- ISSN: 0363-3276

Dutt, Charu Chandra (1876-1952)

The culture of India: as envisaged by Sri Aurobindo.

•   1st ed.- Chaupatty, Bombay: Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan, 1960.- 152 p. ; 19 cm.- SERIES: Bhavan's book university ; 70

•   2d ed.- Bombay: Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan, 1964.- 156 p.; 19 cm.- SERIES: Bhavan's book university; 70

Dutt, Paramananda

Memoirs of Moti Lal Ghose

•   Calcutta: Amrita Bazar Patrika Office, 1935.

Dwivedi, Amar Nath (1943-); Kapoor A. N

Indo-Anglian poetry: with special reference to Toru Dutt, R.N. Tagore, Manmohan Ghose, Sri Aurobindo, Sarojini Naidu, Harindranath Chattopadhyaya, Nissim Ezekiel and Kamala Das.

•   1st ed.- Allahabad [India]: Kitab Mahal, 1979.- 332 p.; 23 cm.- NOTES: Includes index. Bibliography: p. [317]-326.

•   Allahabad: Kitab Mahal, 1987 .- 332 p. ; 22 cm.

Dwivedi, Amar Nath (1943-)

Sri Aurobindo: a study of his selected poems

•   1st ed.- Bareilly: Prakash Book Depot, 1977.- ii, 167 p.; 22 cm.- NOTES: Bibliography: p. [165]-167.

Dwivedi, Amar Nath (1943-)

Sri Aurobindo: a study of Savitri andother selected poems

•   2nd rev. ed.- Bareilly: Prakash Book Depot, 1984.- ii, ii, 200 p.; 22 cm.- NOTES: Includes bibliographical references (p. [198]-200).

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Education and the Growing Child: Integral Education Series

•   Sri Aurobindo Society.— 82 pp.— ISBN: 81-7060-101-0.— Rs 35

Education of the Future: Integral Education Series

•   Sri Aurobindo Society.— 85 pp.— ISBN: 81-7060-104-5.— Rs 30

Essays on aesthetics and mysticism

•   Bangalore: Satsangha Seva Samithi, 1980.- 101 p.: ports.; 26 cm.- NOTES: Cover title. Sri Aurobindo and aesthetics / V.K. Gokak -- Wisdom's antique home / John Spiers -- Sri Ramakrishna and the evolution of the conception of the cosmic godhood; and, spiritual attainments / Swami Vishadananda -- George Bernard Shaw, 1856-1949, as a humanist / M.V. Krishna Rao.

Essentials of Sri Aurobindo’s Thought: Essays in Memory of Madhusudan Reddy

Essays by various authors. Pt 1: Various thematically arranged essays by acclaimed critics on the contemporary relevance of Sri Aurobindo’s thought. Pt 2: On Prof. Reddy and his writings

•   408 pp.— ISBN: 81-85853-10-4.— hc Rs 300

Ever to the new and unknown: Sri Aurobindo International Centre of Education golden jubilee, 1943-1993

•   1st ed.- Pondicherry: The Centre, 1993.- 330 p.: ill. ; 25 cm.- NOTES: Cover title: 50th anniversary of the Sri Aurobindo International Centre of Education,1943-1993. Includes bibliographical references.

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Fasanaro, Charles Nicholas

Emergent evolution in the thought of Sri Aurobindo Ghose and Teilhard de Chardin

a critical analysis.- NOTES: Thesis (Ph. D.)--Iliff School of Theology and The University of Denver (Colorado Seminary); 0316, 1983.

Teilhard de Chardin and Sri Aurobindo Ghose established contemporary systems of evolution. They both agree that evolution is purposeful and directive and they both posit a supreme being as ultimately making evolution intelligible. Both thinkers agree that there is cosmic evolution and that, ultimately, all matter will be divinized. However, for Teilhard de Chardin, evolution is a process which is needed to change the substance of matter to spirit, whereas for Aurobindo, matter was, is and will be divine. Ignorance, in Aurobindo's system, veils matter from its true nature for the purpose of the sport of the divine. Evolution, for Aurobindo, is not essential because the absolute is self-contained and needs nothing. Evil is a by-product of evolution in Teilhard, while in Aurobindo, evil is nescience, the lowest state of divinity, and the absolute being is really beyond all duality, including good and evil. Teilhard de Chardin uses a scientific method in part, flavored by theological assumptions. Aurobindo, on the other hand, posits himself as his own authority. Teilhard uses process metaphysics at least up to, if not including, the Omega Point, whereas Aurobindo maintains a spiritual monism. While it is true that there are some striking similarities between Teilhard and Aurobindo such as the call to establish a new, non-competitive world order and the complexification of matter during the course of evolution, there remain basic differences between these two thinkers based on their different understanding of what the evolutionary process is and their distinct cultural and religious backgrounds which is reflected in their divergent methods, tasks and metaphysics.

•   1983.- iii, [2], 219 leaves.- Bibliography: leaves 212-219. Microfilm. Ann Arbor, Mich.: University Microfilms International, 1985. 1 microfilm reel; 4 in., 35 mm. // DAI, VOL. 45-11A, Page 3377, 00226 Pages.

•   1988 1983.- iii, [2], 219 p.- Bibliography: p. 212-219. Photocopy Ann Arbor, Mich.: University Microfilms International, 1988. 22 cm.

Ferriols, Roque

The "psychic entity" in Aurobindo's The life divine

•   [Manila, Philippines]: Ateneo de Manila University, 1966.- vii, 157 p.; 23 cm.- NOTES: Bibliography: p. 153-157.

Feys, Jan (1933-)

Sri Aurobindo's treatment of Hindu myth

•   1st ed.- Calcutta: Firma KLM, 1983.- vi, 59 p.; 22 cm.- NOTES: Includes bibliographical references and index.

Feys, Jan (1933-)

The life of a yogi

•   Calcutta: Firma KLM, 1976.- 54 p., [1] leaf of plates: ill.; 22 cm.- NOTES: Includes bibliographical references.

Feys, Jan (1933-)

The philosophy of evolution in Sri Aurobindo and Teilhard de Chardin

•   [1st ed.].- Calcutta: Firma K. L. Mukhopadhyay, 1973.- xviii, 276 p. 22 cm.- NOTES: Title on spine: Evolution in Aurobindo and Teilhard. Running title: Evolution in Sri Aurobindo and Teilhard. "Thesis approved for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy in the Ranchi University." Bibliography: p. [260]-267.

Feys, Jan (1933-)

The yogi and the mystic: a study in the spirituality of Sri Aurobindo and Teilhard de Chardin

•   1st ed.- Calcutta: Firma KLM, 1977.- xv, 371 p.; 21 cm.- NOTES: Includes index. Bibliography: p. [341]-344.

Field, Rebecca A.

The concept of the soul in the integral philosophy of Sri Aurobindo or the advent of the eternal sun: Degree: M.A

•   1977 / California Institute Of Integral Studies; 0392 // MAI, VOL. 16-02, Page 0124, 00114 Pages

Findly E.B.

Aurobindo philosophy of Brahman - Phillips,SH: book review

•   // Journal of the American oriental society, V108, N1, 1988. P183-184

First-Hartling, Jeffrey Reynolds

The concept of revelation in the works of Sri Aurobindo Ghose and Karl Rahner

a foundational contribution to inter-religious dialogue (Rahner Karl, interreligious dialogue, Aurobindo Ghose Sri, India, Hindu, Panikkar Raimundo).- NOTES: Typescript. Thesis (Ph. D.-Religion)

Raimundo Panikkar utilizes the category of growth in discussing both the imperative and outcome of an inter-religious dialogue. Panikkar suggests that a shared concept explored with a common vocabulary will lead to an understanding of the religious other which will heighten one's self-understanding. In this dissertation revelation expressed in terms of the transformation of consciousness is explored as a common term of reference for a dialogue between the Hindu and Christian traditions. This dissertation constructs a category of revelation out of a dialogic situation between Sri Aurobindo Ghose and Karl Rahner as representative of the Hindu and Christian traditions respectively. The study begins with an overview of the current state of Hindu-Christian dialogue. An introductory chapter on revelation within each of these traditions preceeds an analysis of the major works of Aurobindo and Rahner as they address the topic of revelation. The study concludes with an evaluation of the areas of growth which emerge out of such a dialogic situation. Sri Aurobindo offers an emergent evolutionary process in which all creation is appreciated as manifesting Brahman. Karl Rahner emphasizes the shared activity of God and humanity through a process of knowing that is transcendental and a history that is salvific. Both Aurobindo and Rahner view humanity as made possible by creation and the self-communication of God as grace, Satchidananda, and revelation. All subsequent and critically accepted historical forms of revelation occur when a particular history is interpreted as the event of a dialogic partnership with God. Rahner's use of the Incarnation and Aurobindo's use of the supermental transformation affirms the fullness of history as a history of salvation and revelation. This study affirms the sacramental and revelatory nature of all creation as a common ground for inter-religious dialogue between Hinduism and Christianity. Both Sri Aurobindo and Karl Rahner interpret revelation and construct an anthropology based on this interpretation in which the divinization of humanity is made possible by the primal revelatory act of creation.

•   Catholic University of America; 0043, 1993.- Adviser: Director: William Cenkner.- Bibliography: leaves 291-298 // DAI, VOL. 54-01A, Page 0207, 00303 Pages

Fort, Andrew Osmun

Turiya and the catuspad doctrine in Advaita Vedanta: an inquiry into an Indian "states of consciousness" doctrine: Degree: PH.D

This dissertation traces the development and modifications of tur(')iya and the catuspad doctrine in advaita Vedanta. The catuspad (four "foot") doctrine is one traditional formulation of "states of consciousness" in Indian thought. This formulation, discussed most concisely in the Mandukya Upanisad, mentions three varying states (waking, dream, and deep sleep), and an unchanging fourth, tur(')iya. This fourth "state" is analyzed at some length in the advaita Vedanta school, particularly by the school's progenitors, Gaudapada and (')Sankara. In their view, tur(')iya designates the undifferentiated substratum of the conditioned states of consciousness and is identical with the ultimate, non- dual reality, brahman. While mainly a textual investigation directed toward Indologists, this dissertation also illuminates a non- Western states of consciousness scheme which emphasizes non-waking states for those interested in alternative psychological models. The dissertation first discusses advaitin psychology, and its interest in the substratum of consciousness. Advaitins emphasize the non-difference of "mind" and "matter". Tur(')iya, basic "consciousness", is to conditioned mental states what brahman, fundamental "substance", is to the apparent physical world-- different aspects of a single substratum. After looking at some Vedic and Upanisadic precursors to the Mandukya's catuspad conception, I translate, with notes and comments, the Mandukya and the first prakarana of Gaudapada's karikas. (')Sankara's understanding of this scheme, particularly of tur(')iya as the self, follows. His analysis of sleep as blissful, unified rest is contrasted with other conceptions of sleep as ignorance. In later texts, the catuspad doctrine sometimes appears as a meditation stage scheme. The four states are linked with the morae of om (a, u, m). In some "minor" Upanisads and the Yogavasistha, tur(')iya begins to appear as an exalted meditation stage (samadhi), rather than as the substratum of states (brahman). Some modern swamis, recently interviewed, look back to the advaitin tradition; others, generally more aware of Western psychology, emphasize the meditation stage scheme. (')Sr(')i Aurobindo also recasts the catuspad doctrine as "planes of consciousness". The conclusion discusses transpersonal psychology, particularly psychologists looking "East" for new models of consciousness. We observe their interest in "altered" (non-waking) states and their sometimes simplistic understandings of Eastern ideas. . . . (Author's abstract exceeds stipulated maximum length. Discontinued here with permission of school.) UMI

•   1982 / University Of Pennsylvania; 0175 // DAI, VOL. 43-03A, Page 0835, 00200 Pages

Four Indian critical essays

•   Calcutta: Jijnasa: distributor, Best Books, 1977.- 72,  [1] p.; 22 cm.- NOTES: Bhattacharya, K.C. Swaraj in ideas.--Seal, B. The neoromantic movement in literature.--Tagore, R. The religion of an artist.--Sri Aurobindo. The ideal spirit of poetry. Bibliography: p. [73]

Fox, Richard Gabriel (1939-); Fischer M.M.J., reviewer

Gandhian utopia: book review

As the book moves from Gandhi and his precursors Vivekananda, Annie Besant, and Aurobindo towards Jayaprakash Narayan and the Hindu nationalist Rastriya Swayamesevak Sangh, it becomes more fully grounded in social and class analysis. Fox's primary contribution lies in these later chapters, which evaluate the rising Hindu nationalism of the past decades and its social base among the urban forward castes. This analysis is based primarily on an astute reading of journalism and newspaper accounts, informed by long experience with India and some interviewing. The earlier chapters also include intelligent syntheses of the vast literature on Gandhi, his precursors, and the independence movement, but they are marred by interlaced theoretical sections of tendentious and uncharitable readings of Fox's fellow anthropologists, and by commonsense notions about individual and society paraded as innovative theoretical formulations. (180 words).

•   // Choice v. 27 (Feb. '90) p. 981 (United States).- ISSN: 0009-4978

Frazer, Heather T.

Book review -- Peter Heehs. The Asia and the Pacific -- The Bomb in Bengal: The Rise of Revolutionary Terrorism in India, 1900-1910

This study of revolutionary terrorism in India from 1900 to 1910 focuses primarily on the enigmatic Aurobindo Ghose (1872-1950), a leading activist in the revolutionary terrorist movement. Prior to his departure from the public stage in 1910 to pursue a religious life, Ghose stimulated the development of a new literary national spirit in Bengal and argued that nationalism was a religion to be defended, if necessary, with revolutionary terrorism. Although careful to avoid direct participation in overt acts of terrorism, he was considered the very soul of the revolutionary movement. Peter Heehs' study considers Aurobindo Ghose and the origins of revolutionary terrorism at the turn of the century, the trials and tribulations of the movement, and the stimulus provided to the movement by the partition of Bengal in 1905. Impassioned youth, sharing Ghose's disillusion with the moderate, constitutional methodology of the Indian National Congress, hoped to use the bomb and pistol to liberate Mother India from the oppression of the British raj. Most of Heehs' narrative focuses on the first British deaths caused by a bomb thrown by an Indian terrorist in Muzaffarpur, Bengal, in April 1908, "the first criminal conspiracy of any magnitude that the revolutionary party started," and the subsequent trial of 38 revolutionaries charged with conspiracy (251). Heehs suggests that these widely publicized even facilitated the passage of the Morley-Minto governmental forms of 1909 and the instituting of coercive government policies including censorship and deportation. The British raj's initiation of the carrot-and-stick approach reduced terrorist incidents after 1910. Heehs argues, however, that M. K. Gandhi's successful campaign of nonviolent protest owed much of its success to the fact that the British regarded him as a "lesser evil." Heehs makes no apologies for avoiding confrontation with the neo-imperialist and marxist schools of interpretation with his nationalist chronological narrative. His goal is to provide an authoritative account that is accessible to the nonacademic reader, albeit one founded firmly on primary sources. He uses judicial and police documents as excellent supplements to the more traditional government Records, native press, and participant accounts. At times, however, Heehs appears personally to absorb some of the revolutionary extremist ideology that he describes. He exhibits Ghose's disdain for the moderate members of the Indian National Congress, accusing them of "basking in the government's approval" and "openly cooperating with high officials" (219). He also simplistically suggests that "for as long as anyone could remember [Hindus and Muslims] had lived their separate lives in peace" (105). On balance, however, this study is a positive contribution to the history of revolutionary terrorism in India prior to World War I and of the relationship between revolution and religion. Gandhi's campaign of nonviolent protest did not reflect the philosophies of all Indian nationalists. Heehs reminds us that Aurobindo Ghose was proud that he was "neither an impotent moralist nor a weak pacifist" (88). Florida Atlantic University Heather T. Frazer

•   // Historian: A Journal of History, v58n1, pp.158-159, Autumn.- 1995 Number:02608155.- ISSN: 0018-2370

From Dawn to Greater Dawn: A Play on the Life of Sri Aurobindo

Written by teachers and students of the Mother’s International School, New Delhi

•   28 pp.— Rs 25

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Gandhi, Kishor H. (comp)

Contemporary relevance of Sri Aurobindo

•   Delhi: Vivek Pub. House, 1973.- xx, 343 p. 22 cm.- NOTES: Bibliography: p. [328]-336.

Gandhi, Kishor H. (comp)

Lights on life problem: Sri Aurobindo's views on important life problem, compiled and arranged by Kishore H. Gandhi

•   Bombay: Aurobindo Sircle, 1951,

Gandhi, Kishor H.

Social philosophy of Sri Aurobindo and the new age

•   Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Society, 1965.- ix, 273 p. port. 22 cm.- NOTES: Bibliography: p. [275]

•   2nd ed.- Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Ashram, 1991.- v, 413 p.:port. ; 22 cm.- NOTES: Includes bibliographical references (p. [411]-413).- ISBN: 817058258X

•   Berkeley: Sri Aurobindo Association, Incorporated.- 413 p.- ISBN/PRICE: 817058258X TC; USD 15.00 R

Gandhi, Kishor

“The Fallacy of Karl Marx”: A Critical Appraisal of Marxism in the Light of Sri Aurobindo’s Social Philosophy

•   Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Ashram.— 66 pp.— ISBN: 81-7058-481-7.— Rs 30

Gantke W.

Aurobindo - a so-called neo-hindu path between traditional and modern indian philosophy

•   // Zeitschrift fur religions-und geistesgeschichte, V48, N1, 1996. P1-19.- Standard No.: 0044-3441.- Language: GERMAN

Gavesana

•   Podicherry: Sri Aurobindo International Centre of Education, Sri Aurobindo Ashram, 1989 9999.- PUB TYPE: Serial.- FORMAT: v.; 25 cm.- NUMBERING: [1].- NOTES: "Quest for light.".- ALT TITLE: Gaveshana.- OTHER: Sri Aurobindo International Centre of Education (Pondicherry, India)

Ghosal, Goutam

Notes on ‘Prayers and Meditations’: With a Selection of Prayer-Poems for Classes XI-XII

•   84 pp.— ISBN: 81-86413-05-7.— Rs 40

Ghosal, Goutam

Sri Aurobindo and World Literature

•   138 pp.— ISBN: 81-86413-19-7.— Rs 70

Ghosal, Goutam

Sri Aurobindo’s Prose Style  (with a foreword by V.K. Gokak)

•   154 pp.— ISBN: 81-900160-0-8.— Rs 70

•   Pondicherry: Sri Mira Trust, 1991.- 154 p. ; 23 cm.- NOTES: Includes bibliographical references (p. [148]-154).- ISBN: 8190016008

•   Berkeley: Sri Aurobindo Association, Incorporated, 1991.- 254 p.- ISBN/PRICE: 8190016008 TC; USD 7.00 R

Ghosal, Goutam

The Renaissance: Notes and Papers — With Commentaries on Sri Aurobindo’s Criticism

•   72 pp.— Rs 65

Ghose, Aurobindo, a chronology

•   // Journal of south asian literature, V24, N1, 1989. P188-189.- Language: ENGLISH

Ghose, Barindra Kumar

Agnijug.— In Bengali

Ghose, Barindra Kumar

Āmār Ātmakathā.— In Bengali

•   Kalikātā, R. Nāga, Āryya Pābliśiṃ Hāus, 1932]

Ghose, Barindra Kumar; Chatterji, Bankim Chandra

Anandamath.— In Bengali

•   Calcutta : Basumati Sahitya Mandir, [1945]

Anandamath.— In English

•   Saharanpur: Ashir Prakashan, 2012.

Ghose, Barindra Kumar

Bārīndrera ātmakāhinī.— In Bengali

•   1973.- 115 p. port. 22 cm.- First published in 1922.

Ghose, Barindra Kumar

Congress and terrorism

•   Edited, published & printed by Mr. B. Roy.- Calcutta, [1935?]

Ghose, Barindra Kumar

Dvipantarer Banshi.— In Bengali

Ghose, Barindra Kumar

Pather Ingit.— In Bengali

Ghose, Barindra Kumar

Rishi Rajnarayan

Ghose, Barindra Kumar

Sri Aurobindo

Ghose, Barindra Kumar

In English

The Tale of My Exile: twelve years in the Andamans

•   Pondicherry: Arya Office, 1922.- 168 p.

Ghose, Barindra Kumar

The truth of life

•   Madras: S. Ganesan, 1922.

Ghose, Barindra Kumar

Wounded humanity

•   Calcutta: B.K. Ghose, [1934?]

Ghose, Hemendra Prasad (1876-)

Aurobindo: the prophet of patriotism

•   [Calcutta]: [A.K. Mitter], 1949.- 40 p. 19 cm.

Ghose, Hemendra Prasad

Bāṅgālā nāṭaka.- In Bengali

•   [Kalikata] Kalikata, 1952.

Ghose, Hemendra Prasad

Baṅkimacandra.- In Bengali

•   [Kalikata], [1962]

Ghose, Hemendra Prasad

Daẏitā.- In Bengali

Ghose, Hemendra Prasad

The newspaper in India

•   [Calcutta]: University of Calcutta, 1952.

Ghose, Hemendra Prasad

Press and press laws in India

•   Calcutta: D.K. Mitra, 1930.

Ghose, Hemendra Prasad

The famine of 1770

•   Calcutta, The Book Co., [1943]

Ghose, Hemendra Prasad

The newspaper in India

•   : Ramananda lectures delivered at the University of Calcutta.- Calcutta: University of Calcutta, 1952.

Ghose, Jotish Chandra

Sri Aurobindo.

•   [1st ed.].- Calcutta: Atmashakti Library, 1929.- vii, 186 p.19 cm.

•   2d ed.- Calcutta: Samabaya Press, 1951.- 119, 68 p. 19 cm.- NOTES: Cover title: Life-work of Sri Aurobindo. Appendices include Deshabandhu Das's address in the Alipore conspiracy case.

Ghose, Lotika

In English

Manmohan Ghose: Biography

•   In English .- New Delhi : Sahitya Akademi, 1975.- 96 p.; 23 cm.

Ghose, Manmohan

Collected poems

•   Cambridge: Chadwyck-Healey (a Bell & Howell Information and Learning company), 2000.

Ghose, Manmohan

Selected poems

•   New Delhi : Sahitya Akademi, 1974.

Ghose, Manmohan

Adam alarmed in Paradise: an epic of Eden during the Great War

•   Calcutta : Calcutta University Press, 1977.

Ghose, Manmohan

In English

Love-songs and elegies

•   London: Elkin Mathews, 1898.- 40 p.

Ghose, Manmohan

In English

Songs of love and death

•   / Edited with an Introduction by Laurence Binyon.- Oxford: Basil Blackwell, 1926.- 166 p.

Ghose, Motilal

Speeches and writings

•   [Calcutta, A. Datta, introd. 1935]

Ghose, Motilal

In English

Foreword

•   // A step in the steamer / Ed. Amrita Bazar Patrika.- Bombay: National Bureau Office, 1918.- 190 p.

Ghose, Motilal

Foreword

•   // Das, Chitta Ranjan. India for Indians / Ed. A. B. Patrika.- Madras, 1918.

Ghose, Pramada Ranjan

Sriarabindera jibana-katha o jibana-darsana

•   1966.- 15, 344 p. 23 cm.- NOTES: In Bengali.

Ghose, Pranab Kumar

Salutation to Sri Aurobindo

•   Calcutta, 1956. (Number at Russian State Library IN 59-25/363)

Ghose S.

Mysticism in Sri-Aurobindo (mystic and yogi)

•   // Indian horizons, V36, N3-4, 1987. P27-34

Ghose S.

Sri-Aurobindo - a critical introduction - Nandakumar,P: book review

•   // Indian literature, V32, N2, 1989. P179-182

Ghose S.

The symbol quest, a reading of some selected lines from 'Savitri' (Aurobindo epic-poem)

•   // Journal of south asian literature, V24, N1, 1989. P27-36

Ghose, Sisir Kumar

Shelley and Sri Aurobindo

•   // ACLALS Bulletin, Lennoxville, Quebec, Canada. Article in: vol. 4 no. 5, 1977.- PAGES: 76-79.- LANGUAGE: English.

Ghose, Sisir Kumar

Sri Aurobindo, poet and social thinker

•   1st ed.- Dharwar: Karnatak University, 1973.- vii, 31 p.; 22 cm.- SERIES: Extension lectures publications series; 21

Ghose, Sisir Kumar

Sri Aurobindo's Gita: A Short Survey. In Honour of Ramesh Mohan

•   // Sharma, T. R. (ed.). Influence of Bhagavadgita on Literature Written in English. Meerut: Shalabh, 1988. xxxiv, 277 pp.- PAGES: 174-180.- LANGUAGE: English.- PUB TYPE: book article

Ghose, Sisir Kumar

The Basic Poetry of Sri Aurobindo

•   // Sharma, K. K. (ed.). Indo-English Literature: A Collection of Critical Essays. Ghaziabad: Vimal Prakashan, 1977. viii, 273 pp.- PAGES: 47-59.- LANGUAGE: English.- PUB TYPE: book article

Ghose, Sisir Kumar

The Future Poetry of Sri Aurobindo

•   // Yearbook of Comparative and General Literature, Bloomington, IN. Article in: vol. 11, 1962.- PAGES: 149-153.- STANDARD NO: 0084-3695.- LANGUAGE: English

Ghose, Sisir Kumar

The poetry of Sri Aurobindo; a short survey

•   Calcutta: Chatuskone, 1969.- 124 p. port. 23 cm.- NOTES: Includes quotations from Aurobindo Ghose's works. Bibliographical footnotes.

Ghose, Sisir Kumar

The Poetry of Sri Aurobindo

•   // Cultural Forum, New Delhi. Article in: vol. 14 no. 3-4, 1972.- PAGES: 72-78.- LANGUAGE: English

Ghose, Sisir Kumar

Two essays

•   Santiniketan, 1949.- 22 p. 23 cm.

Ghosh, N. K.

The Spiritual Nationalism of Sri Aurobindo

•   // New Quest (Quest), Pune, India.- Article in: vol. 73, 1989 Jan.-Feb.- PAGES: 43-47.- STANDARD NO: 0258-0381.- LANGUAGE: English

Ghosha, Amarendra Kumara

Agniyugera nayaka

•   Kalakata: Tuli-Kalama, 1970.- 156 p.: ill.; 23 cm.- NOTES: In Bengali.- SUBJECT: Ghose, Aurobindo, -- 1872-1950. Revolutionaries -- India -- Bengal -- Biography.

Ghosha, Amarendra Kumara

Sriabindera jibana o bani

•   1962.- 140 p. 21 cm.- NOTES: In Bengali.

Ghosh, Sachindralal

Motilal Ghose

•   : Biography.- New Delhi: National Book Trust, [1970]

Gilbert, Kenneth Imber (1948-)

The wisdom of the Veda, in the light of Sri Aurobindo's thought

•   [Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Ashram Press, 1973.- [8], 161 p. 21 cm.- NOTES: Originally presented as the author's thesis (M.A.), California Institute of Asian Studies, San Francisco. Bibliography: p. 154-158. (Number at Russian State Library IN 76-25/67)

Girdharlal

Silence speaks

•   Pondicherry, 1963.- 64 p. 15 cm.

Girijashankar Raychanhuri

Sriarabinda o Bengali Svadeshi

•   Calcutta: Navabharal Publishers, 1956.

Glossary of terms in Sri Aurobindo's writings

•   1st ed.- Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Ashram, 1978.- xiv, 300 p.; 23 cm.- CONTENT: Introductory note; Glossary of terms in Sri Aurobindo writings; Glossary of Sanskrit and other Indian words and phrases; Glossary of words and phrases in languages other than Indian; Sri Aurobindo notes on certain English terms occurring in his works.

Gokak, Vinayak Krishna (1909-)

Sri Aurobindo, seer and poet.

•   New Delhi: Abhinav Publications, 1973.- 185 p. 22 cm.

•   Livingston: Orient Book Distributors, March 1974.- 185 p.- ISBN/PRICE: 0896844544 TC; USD 8.00 R

Gokak, Vinayak Krishna (1909-)

Sri Aurobindo memorial lectures

•   1st ed.- Baroda: Maharaja Sayajirao University of Baroda, 1981.- 29 p.; 26 cm.- NOTES: Sri Aurobindo as an integral materialist--Sri Aurobindo as a gnostic humanist--Sri Aurobindo as a transcendental Socialist.

Gopal Dass Gupta: A Little-Known Sadhak

Articles by various authors

•   38 pp.— ISBN: 81-86413-09-X.— Rs 15

Goswami, Chitta Ranjan

Sri Aurobindo's Concept of the Superman.

•   Berkeley: Sri Aurobindo Association, Incorporated, Jan. 1976.- 260 p.- ISBN/PRICE: 0890712115 TC; USD 8.00 R

•   Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Books Distribution Agency, 1976.- 259 p.; 23 cm.- NOTES: Includes index. Bibliography: p. [247]-255.- ISBN: 0890712115

Goswami, Chitta Ranjan

The soul-culture in the Upanisad in the light of Sri Aurobindo's thought

•   Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Ashram Press, 1971.- 136 p. 19 cm.- NOTES: Thesis (M.A.)--McMaster University, Hamilton. Includes bibliographical references.

Gray, Gail L.

Sri Aurobindo and his relevance to problems in contemporary American art

•   1978.- iv, 89 leaves: 29 cm.- NOTES: Vita. Thesis (M.A.)--Arizona State University. Bibliography: leaves [86]-89.

Grover, Verinder (edt)

Sri Arrobindo Ghose

•   Columbia: South Asia Books, 1993.- SERIES: Political Thinkers of Modern India Ser.; No. 1.- ISBN/PRICE: 8171004229 TC; USD 52.00 R

Guerci, Ireno

Auroville: A Dream (Photographs)

•   143 pp.— hc Rs 850

Guha, Arun Chandra

Aurobindo and Jugantar

•   Calcutta, 1975. (Number at Russian State Library IN 78-36/160)

•   Calcutta: Sahitya Sansad, 1979.- 91 p., [3] leaves of plates: facsims.; 26 cm.- NOTES: "Appendix I: M. N. Roy's thesis on national and colonial policy as presented by Roy in the second congress of the Communist International in August 1920 with corrections made by Lenin": p. [88]-91. Includes bibliographical references.

Guharay, Nagendrakumar

Mahayogi sriarabinda

•   1963.- 198 p. illus., ports. 22 cm.- NOTES: Romanized.

Gupta, Gopal Das (com.)

Glossary & Index of Proper Names in Sri Aurobindo's Work

•   Berkeley: Sri Aurobindo Association, Incorporated, 1989.- 366 p.- ISBN/PRICE: 8170581702 TC; USD 35.00 R

Gupta G.P.

Designing a New Social Order: An Insight into Aurobindonian Thought

•   Sri Aurobindo Society.— 14 pp.— ISBN: 81-7060-141-X.— Rs 12

Gupta, G.P. (ed .)

Management by Consciousness

It is common practice that one's spiritual and social life should reside outside the workplace. The hard fact is that man is a bundle of so many ingredients - physical, vital, mental, psychic and spiritual, and he responds quickly and readily if these components are touched upon and developed

•   202p.- ISBN 8170600804

Gupta G.P. (ed .)

Management with a Difference

Collection of articles expounding a new approach to the field of management, based on Sri Aurobindo's teachings

•   Sri Aurobindo Society.— 71 pp.— ISBN: 81-7060-144-4.— Rs 40

Gupta, Nolini Kanta

Collected Works of Nolini Kanta Gupta. In 8 volumes.— 2940 pages.— Rs 350

Vol. 1. The Coming Race

Vol. 2. Essays on Poetry and Mysticism

Vol. 3-4. The Yoga of Sri Aurobindo

Vol. 5. Light of Lights

Vol. 6-7. Sweet Mother

Vol. 8. Vedic Hymns

•   [1st collected ed.].- Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo International Centre of Education; [distributors: Sri Aurobindo Books Distribution Agency, Calcutta], 1970.- v. port. 23 cm.- NOTES: v. 1. The coming race and other essays.--v. 2. Essays on mysticism.--v. 3-4. The Yoga of Sri Aurobindo.-- v. 5. Light of lights, Eight talks, and Sweet mother.

•   Pondicherry, 1972.- Vol 3,4: Number at Russian State Library - W 77/1114

•   [1st collected ed.].- Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo International Centre of Education; [distributors: Sri Aurobindo Books Distribution Agency], 1979.- 8 v. port. 23 cm.- NOTES: Includes indexes.v. 1. The coming race and other essays.--v. 2. Essays on mysticism.--v. 3-4. The Yoga of Sri Aurobindo.--v. 5. Light of lights.--v. 6-7. Sweet mother.--v. 8. Vedic hymns.

Gupta, Nolini Kanta

A century's salutation to Sri Aurobindo

•   Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Ashram, 1972.- 128 p. 19 cm.

Gupta, Nolini Kanta

In English

A Commentary on the First Six Suktas of Rigveda

Gupta, Nolini Kanta

About Woman

•   98 pp.— Rs 75

Gupta, Nolini Kanta

In English

An Introduction to the Vedas

Gupta, Nolini Kanta

Education and Initiation

•   103 pp.— Rs 75

Gupta, Nolini Kanta

Evolution and the Earthly Destiny

•   Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Ashram.— 378 pp.— ISBN: 81-7058-317-9.— Rs 75

•   Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo International Centre of Education, 1976.- 378 p.; 23 cm.- NOTES: Includes bibliographical references.

Gupta, Nolini Kanta

Lights from Nolini Kanta Gupta

The Best from the eight volumes of his English Collected Works / Edited by Shyam Kumari

•   293 pp.— Rs 90

Gupta, Nolini Kanta

On “Savitri”

•   Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Ashram.— 40 pp.— ISBN: 81-7058-628-3.— Rs 40

Gupta, Nolini Kanta

Reminiscences

•   [1st ed.].- Pondicherry: Mother India, Sri Aurobindo Ashram; [selling agents: Sri Aurobindo Book Distribution Agency, 1969.- 190 p. 22 cm.- NOTES: "Appendix: Extracts from Suresh Chandra Chakravarti's Reminiscences in Bengali, Smriti katha, bearing on Sri Aurobindo's life": p. [131]-138.

Gupta, Nolini Kanta

Smṛtira pata.- In Bengali

•   1963 1967.- 2 v. illus. 23 cm.- NOTES: In Bengali.- SUBJECT: Ghose, Aurobindo, -- 1872-1950. Nationalism -- India.

Gupta, Nolini Kanta

The Age of Sri Aurobindo

•   // Indian Literature, New Delhi-110001, India. Article in: vol. 15 no. 2, 1972.- PAGES: 36-39.- STANDARD NO: 0019-5804.- LANGUAGE: English.- NOTES: On life and times of Indian poet-philosopher.

Gupta, Nolini Kanta

The Coming Race and other Essays: Collected Works of Nolini Kanta Gupta.— Volume One

•   406 pp.— hc Rs 35

Gupta, Nolini Kanta

The quest and the goal

•   Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Ashram, 1954

Gupta, Nolini Kanta

The Yoga of Sri Aurobindo (Parts 1-7)

Essays on various aspects of Sri Aurobindo’s Yoga and philosophy including some based on talks given by the Mother to the children of the Sri Aurobindo Ashram

•   Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Ashram.— 434 pp.— ISBN: 81-7058-471-X.— Rs 115

Gupta, Nolini Kanta

The yoga of Sri Aurobindo.- [In 4 volumes, 10 Parts]

[Vol.1].: Parts I to IV

•   First Combined Edition.- Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Ashram, April 1967.- 18 cm.- [iv], 216 p.

—PART I: A yoga of the Art of Life; Nature's Own Yoga; Sri Aurobindo and his 'school'; Sri Aurobindo's Gita

—PART II: Our Ideal; Lines of the Descent od Consciousness; An Aspect of Emergent Evolution;

—PART III: The New Year Initiation; Yogic Initiation and Aptitude; Arjuna or the Ideal Disciple; The Body Human; Some Conceptions and Misconceptions; Here or Otherwhere; The Sunlit Path; The Spiritual Outlook;  Sectarianism or Loyality; Sincerity; True Humility; The Spirit of Tapasya; Dynamic Fatalism; Mater Dolorosa; Origin and Nature of Suffering; The Tragic Spirit in Nature; The Soul's Odyssey;

—PART IV: The Divine Man; Human Progress; Consciousness as Energy; Evolution of the Spiritual Consciousness; The Freedom and the Force of the Spirit; To Be or Not to Be; Readings in 'Savitri'.

[Vol. 2]. Parts Five to Seve

•   First Combined Edition.- Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Ashram, December 1969.- 18 cm.- [x], 329 p.

—PART V: At the Origin of Ignorance; Physician, Heal Thyself; The Body Natural; The Measure of Time; Man the Prototype; The Role of Evil; Man and Superman; True Charity; Varieties of Religious Experience; Children and Child Mentality; The Soul of a Nation; The Soul and its Journey;

—PART VI: The End of a Civilisation; Darkness to Light; Types of Meditation; The Conscious Being; The Story of Creation; Earth a Symbol; Total Transformation Demands Total Rejection; The Individual and the Collective; How to Wait; Fatigue and Work; The Steps of the Soul; The Expanding Body-Consciousness; Body, the Occult Agent; The Integral Realisation; Ever Green!; A Page of Occult History; Directed Change; Value of Gymnastics, Mental or Other; Mental Silence; Mind, Organ of Separative Consciousness; The Personal and the Impersonal; "I have Nothing, I am Nothing"; Here or Elsewhere; When Imperfection is Greater than Perfection; Individual and Collective Soul; The Wonder of It All; To Learn and to Understand; The Coming of Superman; Towards Redemption; Sweet Holy Tears; Identification of Consciousness; The Central Consciousness; The Constants of the Spirit; Selfless Worker; Second Sight; The Mother on Herself;

—PART VII: Realisation, Past and Future; The Spiral Universe; This Expanding Universe; The World Serpent; This Mystery of Existence; Record of World-History; Freedom and Destiny; The Divine Truth—Its Name and Form; The Symbolic Ignorance; Diseases and Accidents; The Problem of Evil; This Ugliness in the World; Divine Justice; The Divine Suffering; Divine Disgust; Things Significant and Insignificant; Why Do We Forget Things?; How to Get Rid of Troublesome Thoughts; Bad Thought-Formation; Why Are Dreams Forgotten?; On Occultism; Mysticism and Occultism; Meditation and Some Questions; Meditation and Meditation; Prayer and Aspiration; Offering and Surrender; Equality of the Body—Equality of the Soul; Personal Effort and Will; How to Feel that We Belong to the Divine; Sincerity is Victory; Images of Gods and Goddesses; The Yogic Centres; The Inner and the Outer; And This Agile Reason; The Force of Body-Consciousness; The Body and the Psychic; The Psychic Being—Some Mysteries; Past Lives and the Psychic Being; The Homogeneous Being; Service Human and Divine; The Divine Family; The Nature and Destiny of Art; Music—Its Origin and Nature; Music—Indian and European; Specialisation.

[Vol. 3]. Parts Eight to Nine

•   First Combined Edition.- Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Ashram, December 1969.- 18 cm.- [viii], 223 p.

—PART VIII: Choosing to do Yoga; Order and Discipline; Organise Your Life; Doing for Her Sake; Will and Desire; A Sign and a Symbol; Sleep and Pain; The Mind's Bazaar; Spirits in Trees; Are not Dogs more Faithful than Men?; The Work Here; Thought the Creator; Thought and Imagination; Poetry and Poetic Inspiration; Divine Living; Perfection and Progress; Psychological Perfection; The Origin of Desire; Asceticism; Are not the Ascetic Means Helpful at Times?; Human Birth; Regarding the Body; Sadhana must be done in the Body; On Food; Meat-Eating; Faith and Progress; Value of Religious Exercises; Prayer and Aspiration; Meditation and Wakefulness; Dealing with a Wrong Movement; Personal Effort and Surrender; The Surrender of an Inner Warrior; Opening to the Divine; To Melt into the Divine; Love Divine; Buddha and Shankara; The Significance of Dates; The Value of Money;

—PART IX: Prayer and Aspiration; Meditation; The Psychic Being; The Divine Grace (I); The Divine Grace (II); The Story of Love; How can Time be a Friend?; How to Become Indifferent to Criticism?; The Modern Taste; The Origin; The Supramental Vision; The Supramental Manifestation and World-Change; The True Teaching On Teachers and Teaching Education of Girls How to Listen Goal of Evolution Health in the Ashram The Mother on Herself.

[Vol. 4]. Part Ten

•   First Edition.- Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Ashram, 13 January  1969.- 18 cm.- [vi], 185 p.

•   1961.- [vi], 185 p.

—SECTION ONE: Cycles of Creation; Beyond Vedanta; Life in and through Death; Transfiguration; Mind and the Mental World Beyond the Dualities The World is One;

—SECTION Two: Consciousness as Freedom; Education as the Growth of Consciousness; Education is Organisation;

—SECTION THREE: Beyond Love and Hate; The Divine Grace and Love; Go through Night and Day;

—SECTION FOUR: The Evolution of Language; The Relative Best; Miracles: Their True Significance Short Notes: (i) The Sense of Earthly Evolution; (ii) God Above and God Within; (iii) Emptying and Replenishment; (iv) Ego; (v) Consciousness and Dimensions of View;

—SECTION FIVE: Prayers and Meditations of the Mother; Savitri; Series Two: How to Read Sri Aurobindo and the Mother; A True Professor; Consciousness; Love and Love; God's Debt; India, the World and the Ashram; The Mystery of the five Senses; The Mystery of the five Elements; On Discipline; Effort and Grace; The Moral and the Spiritual; Cling to Truth; The Golden Bridge.

•   Madras: Sri Aurobindo Library, 1948.

•   Madras: Sri Aurobindo Library, 1950.- v. 19 cm.- NOTES: Vol. 1, 3d ed.; vols. 2-3, 2d ed., vols. 5-9, 1st ed.; vol. 4 lacks edition statement.

•   Madras: Sri Aurobindo Library, 1951.- 5 no.in 1 v.- NOTES: Part 1: 3d ed., 1950; pt. 2: 2d ed., 1950; pt. 3: 2d ed., 1951; pt. 4: [1st ed.] 1948; pt. 5: [1st ed.] 1949.

•   Madras: Sri Aurobindo Library, 1958.- 7 v. in 2. 19 cm.

Gupta, Nolini Kanta

Tributes to Nolini Kanta Gupta

•   / ed. by Nirodbaran

Gupta, Nolini Kanta

Words of Sri Aurobindo: Read by Nolini Kanta Gupta: Audio Cassettes and CDs

•   Volume 1.— Duration 65:48.— Audio Cassette: Rs 40 Audio CD: Rs 249

—Integral Yoga and other Paths.— 4:54

—The Supramental Evolution 1.— 5:45

—The Supramental Evolution 2.— 6:57

—The Object of Integral Yoga 1.— 5:08

—The Object of Integral Yoga 2.— 4:42

—Spiritual Life: Renunciation or Action 1.— 5:26

—Spiritual Life: Renunciation or Action 2.— 6:07

—The Fundamental Attitude.— 4:59

—Sadhana and Work.— 6:32

—Education, Physical and Aesthetic.— 5:59

—Need for Control and Criticism.— 3:43

—Difficulties and Obstacles.— 5:36

•   Volume 2.— Duration 63:11.— Audio Cassette: Rs 40 Audio CD: Rs 249

—Physical Sadhana.— 4:54

—The Psychic Change.— 4:29

—Yoga — A New Birth.— 4:06

—The Sunlit Path of Reliance.— 6:37

—Human Relationships in Yoga 1.— 6:29

—Human Relationships in Yoga 2.— 7:05

—One must not Forget.— 7:23

—Up the Hill.— 4:35

—The Purpose of Avatarhood 1.— 6:09

—The Purpose of Avatarhood 2.— 6:48

—The Guru.— 4:36

Gupta, Nolini Kanta

In English

Yama Nachiketas

Gupta, Priti Das

Abismaraniya Muhurta.- In Oriya

•   Pondicherry: Sri Mira Trust.- 275 p.- ISBN: 978-81-86413-45-6

Gupta, Priti Das

Avismaraniya Smrutio.- In Gujarati

•   Visnagar: Sri Aurobindo Kendra.- 230 p.

Gupta, Priti Das

Moments Eternal

•   translated from the original Bengali.- Pondicherry: Sri Mira Trust.- 291 p.- 978-81-86413-53-1

This book is on the author’s early childhood in Bengal, her first visit to Pondicherry, and her years of life in the Ashram, where she settled in 1944

Gupta, Rameshwar (1913-)

Eternity in words: Sri Aurobindo's Savitri

•   Bombay: Chetna Prakashan, 1969.- viii, 194 p. 23 cm.- NOTES: Bibliography: p. [185]-187. (Number at Russian State Library IN 72-34/50)

Gupta, Rameshwar (1913-)

Sri Aurobindo's Savitri Marks an Epoch

•   // Banasthali Patrika, Rajasthan, India. Article in: vol. 21, 1978.- PAGES: 24-36.- LANGUAGE: English

H

Hackett, Stuart C.

Religious knowledge: Paul and Aurobindo: Degree: PH.D

•   1952 / Syracuse University; 0659 // ADD, VOL. W1952, Page 0008, 00175 Pages

Hager, Mark Mclaughlin

The elusive ideology: religion and socialism in modern Indian thought (Hinduism): Degree: PH.D

Attempts to reconcile traditional Indian religious ideas with Western socialist ideas are so pervasive in modern Indian thought as to constitute perhaps its most distinctive and unifying characteristic. In varying ways, leading figures in modern Indian thought weave together interpretations of socialist ideas and traditional religious ideas in efforts to imagine social institutions and practices in which spiritual values and economic organization might be mutually reinforcing. Several key thinkers, though their attempted reconciliations offer little guidance for transformative social efforts, nevertheless articulate a rich array of striking conceptualizations. Vivekananda develops an interpretation of Advaitic nondualism which is both Kantian and socialist; a quasi-Marxist critique of caste as an exploitational order; a defense of caste as a quasi-socialist order; and an interpretation of renunciatory sannyass as revolutionary social service. Later thinkers adopt and modify these seminal themes. Bhagawan Das attempts a guild socialist interpretation of Manu's dogmatic ancient scheme of caste order and lifestage progression. Aurobindo and Pal offer Hegelian visions of social evolution toward higher community forms, visions they associate with Hindu themes--Advaita for Aurobindo, bhakti devotionalism for Pal--and imagine what they see as a Hindu socialism of federalized communities. Ambedkar develops a Buddhism with Marxist insights at its origin and a history of India in which Buddhism and Hinduism clash in inter-linked religious and economic struggles. Despite these intriguing conceptualizations and many others, none of these thinkers matches Gandhi's fertility in social vision. Though Gandhi's concept of wealth "trusteeship" is unpromising, two corollaries of his non-violent philosophy become cornerstones of India's distinctive political vision: "Gandhian socialism." One corollary is sarvodaya, the construction of egalitarian village communities. The other is satyagraha, non-violent confrontation as a method of social change. Using these Gandhian elements, Asoka Mehta, Narendra Deva, Nehru, Rammanohan Lohia, and J. P. Narayan all carry forward engagements between religious and socialist themes, as alternatives to state socialism and Marxist "scientific socialism." J.P.'s culminating conceptualization, Total Revolution, represents a coherent vision of reciprocal transformations in spiritual outlook and economic organization.

•   1990 / Harvard University; 0084.- Adviser: Diana Eck // DAI, VOL. 51-12A, Page 4160, 00412 Pages.

Haldar, M.K.

Political Thought of Aurobindo Ghosh

•   // Indian Literature, New Delhi-110001, India. Article in: vol. 15 no. 2, 1972.- PAGES: 56-67.- STANDARD NO: 0019-5804.- LANGUAGE: English

Halverson, Bruce MacKay

An analysis of the conception of supermind in the philosophy of Sri Aurobindo

with especial reference to the question of the uniqueness of this conception

•   [Honolulu], 1966.- ii, 85 l.- SERIES: University of Hawaii (Honolulu) Theses for the degree of Master of Arts [no. 656].- NOTES: Typescript. Bibliography: leaves [82]-85.

Heehs, Peter

Essential Writings of Sri Aurobindo

Heehs, Peter

Myth, history, and theory

•   // History & Theory, 1994, Vol. 33 Issue 1, p1, 19p, 1 chart.- Presents a dialectical resolution to the conflict in separating myth and history. Myth and history as antithetical modes of explanation; Definition of terms; Distinction between discourses of myth and history.- AN: 9406010634.- ISSN: 0018-2656

Heehs, Peter

Religion and revolt: Bengal under the Raj. (cover story)

When the people of India revolted against British rule at the turn of the 20th century, religious issues became involved in the nationalist movement. Religion had already played a part in earlier tribal revolts and peasant rebellions, sometimes exacerbated by British insensitivity to Indian beliefs. After the Sepoy Mutiny of 1857-58, British administrators reverted to a policy of noninterference in religion, but many people continued to regard the British as enemies of Hinduism. Beginning in the late 1800s, "Extremist" leaders such as Aurobindo Ghose revived the traditional view of India as the Mother Goddess and criticized British rule as a religious affront. The "Moderate" reformers of the Indian National Congress adopted a more secular stance, but they won few adherents because of their failure to force the British to adopt even minor reforms. Revolutionary secret societies began growing rapidly after the partition of Bengal in 1905.

•   // History Today v. 43 (Jan. '93) p. 29-35 bibl il.- STANDARD NO: 0018-2753.- PLACE: United Kingdom.

Heehs, Peter

Sri Aurobindo: A Brief Biography

•   172 pp.— ISBN: 0-19-562307-X.— Rs 195

•   Delhi; New York: Oxford University Press, Incorporated, Dec. 1989.- x, 172 p.; 23 cm.- NOTES: Biography of Aurobindo Ghose, 1872-1950, Indian philosopher. Includes bibliographical references (p. [155]-158).- ISBN/PRICE: 019562307X TP; USD 13.95 R

In English

Heehs, Peter. Sri Aurobindo: A Brief Biography : Phillips, Stephen. Book reviews

In English

Heehs, Peter. Sri Aurobindo: A Brief Biography : Zinkin, Taya. Book Review

Heehs, Peter

Terrorism in India during the freedom struggle

Studies Indian terrorism in the Indian independence movement during the first half of the twentieth century. Arms Act of 1878; Extremists; Moderates; Bengali terrorism; Ananda Math; Physical culture; Indian Councils Act; Mahatma Gandhi; Subhas Chandra Bose, leader of the Congress' left wing; Rise of separatist terrorism in the 1980s

•   // Source: Historian, Spring 93, Vol. 55 Issue 3, p469, 14p, 1bw.- AN: 9307155390.- ISSN: 0018-2370

Heehs, Peter

The Bomb in Bengal: The Rise of Revolutionary Terrorism in India 1900–1910

•   324 pp., 0-19-566914-2.— Rs 345

•   Delhi: Oxford University Press, 1993. Pp. xii, 324. $23.00.

In English

Heehs, Peter

The Lives of Sri Aurobindo

Herbert, Jean (1897-)

L'anatomie psychologique de l'hommeselo n Shr. Aurobindo

•   3 ed., rev. et augm.- Lyon: P. Derain, 1960 1950.- 23 p. fold. diagr.- SERIES: Collection Les trois lotus

Herbert, Jean (1897-)

Quelques grands penseurs de l'Inde moderne (causeries faites "Radio-Gen¨ve" en juin 1937)

•   Paris: Adrien-Maisonneuve; [etc., etc.] 1937.- 45, [1] p. ports. (1 col.) 19 cm.- SERIES: Collection "Les trois lotus".- NOTES: Pages 42-[46] advertising matter.

Hicks, Rand

A Savitri Dictionary

A systematic explication of terms in Savitri. Sri Aurobindo's use of words in the epic poem Savitri draws frequently from his classical background in Greek, Latin, and Sanskrit. This book provides a systematic explication of terms which can sometimes carry different meanings in different contexts. Arranged alphbetically with definition, book, canto, and page reference for each word

•   73 pp.— ISBN: 81-7509-032-4.— Rs 50

•   [Pensacola], Jan. 1984.— USD 4; 12 R.

Hindu patterns of liberation

•   Milton Keynes: Open University, 1978.- SERIES: Arts/social sciences: an interfaculty second level course: man's religious quest; Units 6-8. AD208; Units 6-8. Open University. Man's religious quest; Units 6-8. Open University. AD208; Units 6-8.- NOTES: Unit 6. The making of early Hinduism. -- Unit 7. Classical Hindu philosophy and theology. -- Unit 8. Modern Hinduism: Gandhi and Aurobindo.- ISBN: 0335053726 (pbk.)

Holiman, Patrick

Supramental evolution in the philosophy of Sri Aurobindo

•   1979.- 3, 49 leaves, bound; 28 cm.- NOTES: Thesis (M.A.)--University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, 1979. Includes bibliography.

Houghton, Harold (1925-)

Aurobindo and Whitehead: a comparative and critical study of supermind and creativity

•   [s.l.: s.n.], 1974.- v, 175 leaves: ill.- NOTES: Thesis (PH.D.) --California Institute of Asian Studies; 0392  // DAI, VOL. 36-10A, Page 6750, 00182 Pages.- Microfilm of typescript. Ann Arbor, Mich.: University Microfilms, 1975. -- 1 reel; 35 mm. Bibliography: leaves 163-170.

Huchzermeyer, Wilfried

Der Übermensch bei Friedrich Nietzsche und Sri Aurobindo

•   Gladenbach: Hinder + Deelmann, 1986.- 122 p.; 20 cm.- NOTES: A revision of the author's thesis (doctoral--University of Oriental Studies, Los Angeles, 1978) originally presented in English. Bibliography: p. 113-116.- ISBN: 3873481235

Hughes, Eric (edt)

Sri Aurobindo & the Mother on Collective Yoga

•   Berkeley: Sri Aurobindo Association, Incorporated, 1974.- 75 p.- ISBN/PRICE: 0890710007 TP; USD 1.00 R

Hunt, Arnold Dudley

The nature of human existence: a comparative study of the doctrine of man as found in Reinhold Niebuhr and Sri Aurobindo.

•   DAI, VOL. 19-11, Page 3038, 00273 Pages.- Hartford, 1959.- [2], v, 265 leaves ;28 cm.- NOTES: Includes abstract and vita. Thesis (Ph. D.)-Hartford Seminary Foundation; 0083, 1959. Includes bibliographical references(leaves 259-265).

•   1981 1959.- v, 265 leaves.- NOTES: Vita: leaf ii. Thesis (Ph. D.)--Hartford Seminary. Bibliography: leaves 259-265. Photocopy. Ann Arbor: University Microfilms, 1981. 20 cm.

Huppes, Neeltje

Psychic Education: A Workbook — Based on the Writings of Sri Aurobindo and the Mother

•   284 pp.— ISBN: 81-900175-7-8.— Rs 100

Huta

Salutations

•   92 pp.— Rs 45

Huta

The Spirit of Auroville

•   287 pp.— ISBN: 81-67372-07-9.— Rs 280

Huta

The Story of a Soul: Volume One. 1954–1955

This book contains letters, comments, messages and reports of the personal conversations between the Mother and Huta from 1954 to 1955. "It is a beautiful book --well-written, elevating, illuminating, inspiring. To read the book is to come closer to the Mother - into her arms." Nolini Kanta Gupta

•   103 pp.— ISBN: 81-87372-20-6.— Rs 100

Hutchinson D.

The integral yoga - Aurobindo,Sri teaching and method of practice: book review

•   // Religious humanism, V29, N2 (SPR), 1995. P101-102.- Standard No.: 0034-4095.- Language: ENGLISH

I

India, Youth and Integration

•   211 pp.— ISBN: 81-900175-3-5.— Rs 35

Indrasena

Sriarvindaki prerana unke vyaktitva tatha karya ki pancavidhadhara

•   Pandiceri: Aditi Karyalaya, 1951.- 163 p. ; 25 cm.- SERIES: SAMPearly 20th-century Indian booksp roject ; item 15861.- NOTES: On the life and works of Aurobindo Ghose, 1872-1952. Microfilm. New Delhi: Library of Congress Office ; Chicago .: Available from Center for Research Libraries, 1995. On 1 microfilm reel with other item s ; 35 mm. (SAMP early 20th- century Indian booksproject ; item 15861)

Indra Sen (Yudhishthira)

Communist policy today

•   Bombay: Modern India Publications, 1952.

Indra Sen (Yudhishthira)

De integrale mens = The integral man

In German

•   Wassenaar: Servire, 1975.

Indra Sen (Yudhishthira)

Integral education, in the words of Sri Aurobindo and the Mother selected from their writings

•   Pondicherry, Sri Aurobindo International University Centre [1952]

Indra Sen (Yudhishthira)

Integral Psychology

The Psychological System of Sri Aurobindo (In Original Words and in Elaborations)

•   Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo International Centre of Education, 1986.- xiv, 383 p.: ill.; 22 cm.- Includes bibliographical references and index

Indra Sen (Yudhishthira)

Longings for the Mother

•   Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Ashram, [1977]

Indra Sen (Yudhishthira)

Miscellaneous pamphlets

•   by Aurobindo Ghose; Mother; Nirodbaran; Sri Aurobindo Ashram.- Pondicherry : Sri Aurobindo Ashram, 1951.

Indra Sen (Yudhishthira)

O soul, my soul!

•   [Bangalore]: [Creations Jayant Patel] [u.a.], [1978?]

Indra Sen (Yudhishthira)

Reconstruction of Indian social thought

•   [S.l.?, 1971?]

Indra Sen (Yudhishthira)

Science and culture; a selection of passages from the writings of Sri Aurobindo and the Mother

•   Pondicherry, Aditi Karyalaya [1951]

Indra Sen (Yudhishthira)

Sri Aurobindo as a World Philosopher

// Philosophy East and West, v7 n3/4 (Oct., 1957 - Jan., 1958): 131-141

Indra Sen

Sri Aurobindo on Yoga

•   New Delhi: Vision Books Private Ltd., 1980.

Indra Sen (Yudhishthira)

Sri Aurobindo’s Theory of the Mind

// Philosophy East and West, v1 n4 (Jan., 1952): 45-52

Indra Sen (Yudhishthira)

The conception of self in English association psychology

•   Thesis/dissertation.- Quackenbrück, C. Trute, 1933.

Indra Sen (Yudhishthira)

The integral man; special lectures

•   Mysore, Prasaranga: University of Mysore, 1970.- vi, 82 p. 19 cm.

Indra Sen (Yudhishthira)

The message and mission of Indian culture; extracts from the writings of Sri Aurobindo

•   Pondicherry, Aditi Office, Sri Aurobindo Ashram [1951]

Inner paths / International Yoga and Meditation Conference (1st: 1976: Chicago)

•   Honesdale, Pa.: The Institute, 1979.- xi, 93 p.; 18 cm.- NOTES: Includes bibliographical references.- ISBN: 0893890499 (pbk.)

Inspired Thoughts

Compiled from the writings of Sri Aurobindo and the Mother, and other sources

•   105 pp.— ISBN: 81-900175-1-9.— Rs 25

Integral Education Series / Sri Aurobindo Society

Essays by various authors and passages from diverse sources on the theme of education seen from a spiritual perspective.

•   Dimensions of Spiritual Education.— 75 pp.— ISBN: 81-7060-103-7.— Rs 30

•   Education and the Growing Child.— 82 pp.— ISBN: 81-7060-101-0.— Rs 35

•   Education of the Future.— 85 pp.— ISBN: 81-7060-104-5.— Rs 30

•   A New Approach to Education.— 76 pp.— ISBN: 81-7060-100-2.— Rs 35

•   The True Teacher.— 70 pp.— ISBN: 81-7060-102-9.— Rs 30

•   Yoga and Education.— 74 pp.— ISBN: 81-7060-105-3.— Rs 25

International Centre of Education at Sri Aurobindo Ashram

•   Pondicherry, India: Sri Aurobindo International Centre of Education, 1968.- iii, 211 p., [6] leaves of plates: ill.; 25 cm.- NOTES: "Reprinted in book form from the special number of Mother India, monthly review of culture, for November-December 1968."--Verso of t.p. Contains selections from the writings of Sri Aurobindo and the Mother.

Iyengar, Kodaganallur Ramashami Srinivasa

Dawn to greater dawn: six lectures on Sri Aurobindo's Savitri

•   Simla: Indian Institute of Advanced Study, 1975.- x, 126 p.; 22 cm.- NOTES: Bibliography: p. 125-126.

Iyengar, Kodaganallur Ramashami Srinivasa

Homage to Sri Aurobindo.

•   // Indian & Foreign Review, New Delhi-110001, India. Article in: vol. 10 no. 19, 1973.- PAGES: 18-19.- STANDARD NO: 0019-4379.- LANGUAGE: English

Iyengar, Kodaganallur Ramashami Srinivasa

Milton and Aurobindo

•   // Journal of south asian literature, V24, N1, 1989. P67-82

Iyengar, Kodaganallur Ramashami Srinivasa

On the Mother: The Chronicle of a Manifestation and Ministry

An extensive biography tracing significant events in the life of the Mother as well as the evolution of her spiritual thought, with numerous extracts from her writings

•   3rd rev.ed.— Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo International Centre of Education, 1994.— vii, 924 p.: ill.; 25 cm.— Includes bibliographical references (p. [891]-896) and index.— ISBN:81-7058-036-6.— Rs 375

Iyengar, Kodaganallur Ramashami Srinivasa

Sri Aurobindo.

•   Calcutta: Arya publishing house, 1945.- viii, 425 p. illus. 22 cm.- NOTES: "First published: 21st February 1945." Bibliography: p. 423-425.

•   Calcutta: Arya publishing house, 1950.- xxi, 404 p. plates, 3 port. (incl. front.) 22 cm.- NOTES: "First published: 21st February 1945." "Second edition, 1950." Bibliography: p. 401-404.

Iyengar, Kodaganallur Ramashami Srinivasa

Sri Aurobindo; a biography and a history.

•   [3d rev. and enl. ed.].- Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo International Centre of Education, 1972 1945.- 2 v. illus. 21 cm.- NOTES: First published in 1945. Includes bibliographical references.

•   Vol.1.- 626p.; 3 ill, port. (See at the Science Library of Kiev State University, Ukraina: Address: Kiev, 252601, Vladimirskaya St., 58)

•   4th rev. ed.- Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo International Centre of Education, 1985.- 812 p., [4] p. of plates: ports.; 22 cm.- NOTES: Includes index. Bibliography: p. [789]-797.- Rs150.00

Iyengar, Kodaganallur Ramashami Srinivasa

Sri Aurobindo; an introduction

•   Mysore: Rao and Raghavan, 1961.- 62 p. illus.- SERIES: Indian writers and their works.- NOTES: Includes bibliography.

Iyengar, Kodaganallur Ramashami Srinivasa

Sri Aurobindo as Man of Letters

•   // Indian Horizons, New Delhi-110001, India. Article in: vol. 21 no. 4, 1972.- PAGES: 5-15.- STANDARD NO: 0019-7203.- LANGUAGE: English

Iyengar, Kodaganallur Ramashami Srinivasa

Sri Aurobindo's The Life Divine

•   // Naik, M. K. (ed.). Perspectives on Indian Prose in English. Atlantic Highlands: Humanities, 1982. vii, 277 pp.- PAGES: 104-123.- LANGUAGE: English.- PUB TYPE: book article

Iyengar, Kodaganallur Ramashami Srinivasa

Sri Aurobindo's world-vision

•   Bombay: University of Bombay, 1976.- 34 p.; 23 cm. (Number at Russian State Library IN 83-7/30)

Iyengar, Kodaganallur Ramashami Srinivasa

The epic beautiful: An English verse rendering of Sundara Kanda of the Ramayana of Valmiki

•   New-Delphi, 1983.- 512p. (See at the Library of INION, Moscow)

Iyengar, Kodaganallur Ramashami Srinivasa

Tryst with the divine

•   Visakhapatnam: Pondicherry: Mother's Centre; distributors, Sabda, 1974.- 48 p.; 22 cm.- NOTES: "Sri Aurobindo, the Mother, the Ashram, and Auroville": p. [43]-48.

J

Jacobs, Garry (comp.)

Guide to Sri Aurobindo's epic Savitri

•   [Pondicherry: Dipti Publications, 1973 9999.- v. 22 cm.- NOTES: Cover title: Guide to Savitri. Includes bibliographical references.

Jai Singh, Herbert

Sri Aurobindo, his life and religious thought

•   Bangalore: Christian Institute for the Study of Religion and Society, 1962.- 41 p.; 19 cm.- NOTES: Cover title. Includes bibliographical references.

Jaiswal, Sheo Shankar  (1946-)

Sri Aurobindo’s Plays: A Thematic Study

•   260 pp.— ISBN: 81-7054-170-0.— hc Rs 300

•   New Delhi: Classical Pub. Co., 1993.- xii, 260 p. ;23 cm.- NOTES: Based on theauthor's thesis (Ph. D.-MeerutUniversity) under the title: A thematic study of the plays of Aurobindo. Includes bibliographical references (p. [250]-260).- ISBN: 8170541700

Jasta, Hariram (1932-)

The search for beauty: a comparative study of Sri Aurobindo's aesthetics

•   Delhi: Ajanta Publications (India): Distributors, Ajanta Books International, 1988.- xi, 120 p.; 23 cm.- SERIES: Ajanta series on aesthetics; 7 Ajanta's series on aesthetics; 7.- NOTES: Includes index. Bibliography: p. [107]-112.

Jauhar, Surendra Nath

My Mother

•   140 pp.— sc Rs 20 hc Rs 25

Jauhar, Surendra Nath

My Supreme Discovery

•   10 pp.— Rs 2

Jauhar, Tara

Growing Up with the Mother

Mother's correspondence with one of the first students of the Ashram school, answering a myriad of questions about life and yoga and revealing a uniquely candid and intimate relationship with an aspiring soul growing up under her care

•   222p.- ISBN: 8190017543

Jayashanmugam N.

The Isha and other Upanishads: Essays in Interpretation

•   104 pp.— Rs 150

Jha, Nirmala

Law of Karma as perceived by Mahatma Gandhi, Aurobindo, Swami Vivekanand, Radha Krishnan

•   Delhi: Capital Publishing House, 1985.- iv, 156 p.; 23 cm.- NOTES: Includes index. Bibliography: p. [138]-152.

Jhaveri, Kailas

I am with you

•   80 pp.— Rs 60

Jhunjhunwala, Shyam Sunder

Down memory lane

Author's reminiscences about inmates of Sri Aurobindo Ashram, Pondicherry and his diary, 1971-1973, regarding the construction of the Auroville.

•   Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo's Action: Distributed by VAK, 1996.- 289 p. ; 23 cm.

Jhunjhunwala, Shyam Sunder (tr.)

Wu Wei: Based on the Philosophy of Lao Tse

A fictional story by Henri Borel of a Western seeker meeting the sage of Shien Shan in China. Mother has referred to this book in her talks of 1956

•   46p.

Jit, Lille Madan

Sri Aurobindo's Savitri: A Vista beyond Faith

•   // Panjab University Research Bulletin (Arts) (PURBA), Chandigarh, India.- Article in: vol. 17 no. 2, 1986 Oct.- PAGES: 3-15.- STANDARD NO: 0970-5260.- LANGUAGE: English

Johnson, David Lawrence (1941-)

Aurobindo Ghose and Indian nationalism: a religious analysis

•   1972.- 171 l.- NOTES: Thesis (Ph. D.)--University of Iowa; 0096, 1972.- Bibliography: l. 166-171. Photocopy. Ann Arbor, Mich.: University Microfilms, 1972. (DAI, VOL. 32-12A, Page 7079, 00179 Pages)

Johnson, David Lawrence (1941-)

The religious roots of Indian nationalism: Aurobindo's early political thought

•   1st ed.- Calcutta: Firma K. L. Mukhopadhyay, 1974.- vii, 128 p.; 22 cm.- NOTES: Bibliography: p. [124]-128.

Joshi, Kireet (1931-)

Contemporary Crisis of Humanity

•   20 pp.— Rs 10

Joshi, Kireet (1931-)

Exploration in education: two essays

•   Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo's Action, 1974.- x, 70 p.; 22 cm.

Joshi, Kireet (1931-)

Sri Aurobindo and the Mother: glimpses of their experiments, experiences, and realisations

•   New Delhi: Mother's Institute of Research in association with Motilal Banarsidass, Delhi, 1989.- 295 p.: ill.; 22 cm.- NOTES: Includes bibliographical references (p. [282]-290).- ISBN: 8120806557: Rs150.00

•   Columbia: South Asia Books, 1989.- ISBN/PRICE: 8120806557 TC; USD 23.50 R

Joshi, Kireet (1931-)

Concept of integral education

•   Gandhian Perspectives 9(1): 49-56, Spring 1996. (Eugene Tate).- This article seeks to provide a clarification of certain aspects of education in the modern world. Drawing on the writings of Sri Aurobindo, the author examines the crisis and response to it within education. Sri Aurobindo identified three principles of teaching that need to be implemented in the practice of integral education. The first principle of true teaching is that nothing can be taught. The teacher is not an instructor or task master, but a helper and guide. The teacher can only suggest, not impose. The second principle is that the mind has to be consulted in its own growth. The learner must be encouraged to expand in accordance with her or his own nature. The third principle of education is to work from near to the far, from that which is to that which shall be. The author draws out these principles in light of modern educational practice in India that seek to improve Indian education.

Joshi, R. G. (1936-)

Myth in Indian drama

•   New Delhi: B.R.Pub. Corp., 1994.- v, 170 p. ; 22 cm.- SERIES: New world literature series ; 86 New world literatureseries (Delhi, India) ; 86.- NOTES: Include s bibliographical references (p.[159]-166) and index. Study of mythin Indian English drama with special reference to Aurobindo Ghose,1872-1950, Rabindranath Tagore, 1861- 1941, and Ti.Pi. Kailasam, 1885-1948.- ISBN: 817018794X

Joshi, V. C. (edt.)

Sri Aurobindo; An Interpretation

•   New York: International Book Distributors, 1973.- ISBN/PRICE: 0686203089 TC; USD 7.50 R

Jyoti: spiritual life: offered in loving tribute to Sri Aurobindo and Mother Mira

•   Los Angeles: East-West Cultural Center, 1956.- 36 p. ; 19 cm.- SERIES: Jyoti booklet ; no. 1

Jyotirmoyee Devi

In English

A Beauty Infinite: A short poem

•   / Translated from Bengali into English by Sri Aurobindo.

Jyotirmoyee Devi; Enakshi Chatterjee

The river churning = Opar Ganga

•   : A partition novel.- In English.- New Delhi: Kali for Women, 1996.

Jyotirmoyee Devi; Ashoka Gupta

The impermanence of lies: stories

•   In English.- Calcutta: Stree; Mumbai: Distributed by Bhatkal Books International, 1998.

K

K. D. Sethna (Amal Kiran): A Centenary Tribute / Edited by Dr Sachidananda Mohanty

•   492 pp.— Rs 200

K.D. Sethna. Adventures in Criticism

•   113 pp.— Rs 75

Kalaamani

Sri Aurobindo: His Mind and Art

•   200 pp.— hc Rs 250

Kallumpurath, Ninan A.

A modern Hindu doctrine of man: a Christian critique of Sri Aurobindo's theory of man

•   1960.- vii, 444 leaves; 29 cm.- NOTES: Carbon copy of typescript. Thesis (Th. D.)--San Francisco Theological Seminary. Bibliography: leaves 424-444.

Kallury, Syamala (1949-)

Symbolism in the Poetry of Sri Aurobindo

•    New Delhi: Abhinav, 1989.- viii, 122 p. ; 22 cm.- NOTES: Includes bibliographical references (p. [115]-120) and index.- ISBN: 8170172578

•   Columbia: South Asia Books, 1989.- ISBN/PRICE: 8170172578 TC; USD 20.00 R

Kamala Amin

In English

The Growth of a Flame: Kamala’s Correspondence with Sri Aurobindo and the Mother

Kamala's correspondence with Sri Aurobindo and Mother in the early days of the Ashram; compiled and edited by Roshan. "There is always a force of the Mother with you and in it her presence.": Sri Aurobindo

•   / Compiled and edited by R; Published by Divyanad Kripanidhioshan.— 2nd edition.— Pondicherry, 2004.— 73 p.— Rs.60.00

Kapali Sastry, T. V.

Lights on the ancients

•   Pondicherry: Dipti Publications, 1954.- 107 p.; 19 cm.

•   Madras: Sri Aurobindo Library, 1954.- 113 p.; 19 cm.- NOTES: "Papers contributed by the author to several journals."

Kapali Sastry T.V.

Lights on the Upanishads: With Sri Aurobindo Darshana

•   196 pp.— ISBN: 81-7994-029-2.— Rs 100

•   [2d ed.].- Pondicherry: Sr Aurobindo Ashram Press, 1959.- 164 p.

Kapali Sastry, T. V.

Sri Aurobindo: lights on the teachings

•   [1st ed.- Madras: Sri Aurobindo Library, 1948.- 165 p. 19 cm.

•   Madras [India]: SriAurobindo Library, 1966 1948.

Kapali Sastry, T. V.

Rig-bhasya bhumika. Introduction to Siddhaájana, commentary on the Rig Veda

•   2d ed.- Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Ashram, 1967.- vii, 104, 168 p. 23 cm.- NOTES: Title on jacket: Rigveda samhita, vol. 1: introduction. English and Sanskrit; introductory matter and notes in English. Reviews of the work: p. [165]-168. Includes bibliographical references.

Kapali Sastry, T. V.

Rig-Veda Samhita. (Introduction to Siddhaájana, commentary on the Rig Veda)

•   3d. ed.- [Pondicherry: M. P. Pandit], 1970.- v. 21 cm.- English and Sanskrit; introductory matter and notes in English. v. 1. Bhumika.

Kapoor, Suneera

Sri Aurobindo Ghosh and Bal Gangadhar Tilak: the spirit of freedom

•   New Delhi: Deep & Deep Publications, 1991.- 142 p. ; 22 cm.- NOTES: Study on the political philosophy of Aurobindo Ghose, 1872-1950, and Bal Gangadhar Tilak, 1856-1920. Includes index. Includes bibliographical references (p. [131]-140).- ISBN: 8171003125

Kapoor, Suneera

The idea of nationalism: a study in the political thought of Tilak, Aurobindo and Gandhi

•   Gandhian Perspectives 9(1):29-37, Spring 1996. (Eugene Tate)

Karan Singh

Sadr-i-Riyasat of Jammu and Kashmir (1931-). Prophet of Indian nationalism; a study of the political thought of Sri Aurobindo Ghosh, 1893-1910

•   London: Allen & Unwin, 1963.- 163 p. port. 23 cm.- NOTES: Thesis--University of Delhi. Bibliography: p. 158-163. (Number at Russian State Library IN 63-57/99)

•   1st Indian ed.- Bombay: Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan, 1967.- xv, 197 p., [1] leaf of plates: port. 19 c m.- SERIES: Bhavan's book university ; 151.- NOTES: First published London, 1963. Includes bibliographical references (p. [182]-188) andindex.

•   Bombay: Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan, 1970.- xv,197p. port. 19cm.- SERIES: Bhavan's book university, 151.- NOTES: First published London, 1963. Bibliography: p.[182]-187.

Karmayoga: Perfection in Work

•   120 pp.— Rs 100

Kartus, Sidney

Aurobindo: prophet of human unity

•   [San Francisco]: Cultural Integration Fellowship, 1961.- 37p. 22 cm.- NOTES: Bibliographical footnotes.

Kaul, Hari Krishen (1941-)

Sri Aurobindo; a descriptive bibliography

•   New Delhi: Munshiram Manoharlal, 1972.- xxvii, 222 p. 23 cm.

Kealey, Daniel A.

Revisioning Environmental Ethics

•   Albany: State University of New York Press, 1990. Pp. xiii + 136.

Keshavmurti

Path to perfection

•   Pondicherry, India: Dipti publications, 1967.- 195 p.; 23 cm.

Keshavmurti

Sri Aurobindo, the hope of man.

•   [Pondicherry: Dipti Publications], 1969.- 485 p. ports. 23 cm.- NOTES: Bibliography: p. [447]-478.

•   2nd ed., rev.- Pondicherry: Dipti Publications, 1974.- 532 p.: ill.; 22 cm.- NOTES: Includes bibliographical references and index. Microfiche. Ann Arbor, Mich.: University Microfilms International, 1982. 4 microfiches; 11 x 15 cm.

King U.

The Aurobindo movement - current state and perspectives of research - German - Willers, C: book review

•   // Zeitschrift der deutschen morgenlandischen gesellschaft, V143, N2, 1993. P426-427.- Standard No.: 0341-0137.- Language: GERMAN

King U.

The spirituality of the future - a search apropos of Zaehner, R.C. study in Aurobindo,Sri and Dechardin,Teilhard - Sethna,KD: book review

•   // Religion, V12, N3, 1982

Kiran, Amal See Sethna K.D.

Klostermann, Michael (1945-).

Auroville: Stadt d. Zukunftsmenschen

•   Orig.-Ausg.- Frankfurt am Main: Fischer-Taschenbuch-Verlag, 1976.- 345 p.: ill. (some col.); 19 cm.- NOTES: Bibliography: p. 345-[346].- ISBN: 3436022543

Kokila, Vidyavati (1914-)

Sriaravinda-ayama

•   1. samskarana.- Pandiceri: Sriaravinda Asrama Presa, 1991.- 193 p. ; 23 cm.- NOTES: In Hindi. Copyright: Sriaravinda Asrama Trasta-T.p. verso. On the philosophy of Aurobindo Ghose, 1872-1950, founder of Aurobindo Ashram.- ISBN: 8170582105

Koller, John M.

The metaphysical bases and implications of Indian social ideals in traditional India, Gandhi and Aurobindo

•   [Honolulu], 1966.- v, 310 l.- SERIES: University of Hawaii (Honolulu); 0085 -- Theses for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy [no. 113].- NOTES: Typescript. Bibliography: leaves [306]-310.- DAI, VOL. 28-05A, Page 1850, 00315 Pages

Korom F. J.

The evolutionary thought of Ghose, Aurobindo and Teilhard de Chardin

•   // Journal of South Asian literature, V24, N1, 1989. P124-140

Kostiuchenko, Vladislav Sergeevich (1934-)

Integralnaia vedanta: kriticheskii analiz filosofii Aurobindo Gkhosha

•   Moskva: Nauka, Glav. red. vostochnoi lit-ry, 1970.- 191 p. ; 20 cm.- NOTES: At head of title: Akademiia nauk SSSR. Institut filosofii. Bibliography: p. 187-[190]

Kotantaraman, Pinayur (1896-).

Sri Aravintarum avaratu yokamum

•   2. patippu.- Ce_n_nai: Pi. Ji. Pal, 1941.- viii, 166 p.,[1] leaf of plates: ill. ; 18 cm.- NOTES: In Tamil.

Kotoky, P. C.

Indo-English poetry; a study of Sri Aurobindo and four others

•   [Gauhati]: Dept. of Publication, Gauhati University, 1969.- viii, 203 p. 26 cm.- NOTES: Originally presented as the author's thesis, Gauhati University, 1964. Bibliography: p. [197]-203.

Krishna Sarma, S.

Seed of grandeur; commentary on Sri Aurobindo's Thought the paraclete, Rose of god, and "The symbol dawn"

•   [1st ed.].- Vijayawada: Kamala Publications; [for copies: Navodaya Publishers, 1972.- viii, 96 p. 22 cm.- NOTES: Includes bibliographical references.

Krishna, Purushotman Muthu (1928-)

The political philosophy of Sri Aurobindo: an exposition and assessment of the integral system of a leading Indian thinker.

•   1988.- 157 l.- NOTES: Thesis (PH.D.)--New School of Social Research; 0145, 1963. Bibliography. Microfilm. Ann Arbor, Mich., University Microfilms [19--] 1 reel. 35 mm.- DAI, VOL. 25-03, Page 2015, 00160 Pages

Krishnalcumar, R. (1995)

Philosophical Perspectives in Indian Education with Special Reference to Sri Aurobindo. Ph. D Thesis

•   148. Department of Philosophy, Annamalai University

Kulkarni S.S. (1932-)

The Plays of Sri Aurobindo: A Study

•   160 pp.— ISBN: 81-85339-77-5.— hc Rs 90

•   Panaji, Goa: Rajhauns Vitaran, 1990.- x, 160 p. ; 23 cm.- Abridged version of the author's thesis (Ph. D.-University of Bombay, 1982) under the title: The Dramatic elements in the poetical works of Sri Aurobindo Ghose. Includes index. Includes bibliographical references (p. [149]-156).- ISBN: 8185339775

Kulkarni, S. S. (1932-)

The Plays of Sri Aurobindo

•   // Naik, M. K.; Mokashi-Punekar, S.; Hiremath, R. C. Perspectives on Indian Drama in English. Madras: Oxford UP, 1977. 214 pp.- PAGES: 1-15.- LANGUAGE: English.- PUB TYPE: book article

Kumari, Shyam

Beautiful Vignettes of Sri Aurobindo and The Mother

360 true, mostly brief stories of sadhaks and devotees relating those poignant and often life-changing encounters with the Divine Presence

•   197 pp.— Rs 125

Kumari, Shyam

How they Came to Sri Aurobindo and the Mother

Volume 1

29 true stories of sadhaks and devotees in the Ashram and abroad in the world, and how their lives came into contact with and were irrevocably changed by Mother and Sri Aurobindo's touch. Includes stories of Dhyumanbhai, Laljibhai, and Nehru

•   257 pp.— Rs 150

•   1st ed.- Bombay: Mother Pub. House, 1990 .- 257 p. ; 23 cm.

Volume 2

36 more true stories of devotees, including the inspiring stories of Pavitra, Pranabda, and Sarala, some of the closest disciples to Mother and Sri Aurobindo

•   256 pp.— Rs 150

•   1st ed.- Bombay: Mother Pub. House, 1990 .- 256 p. ; 23 cm.

Volume 3

22 more true stories of sadhaks and devotees, including an extensive and fascinating narrative on the life and service of Nolinida, with rare glimpses of the revolutionary days of Sri Aurobindo

•   257 pp.— Rs 150

•   1st ed.- Bombay: Mother Pub. House, 1990 .- 257 p. ; 23 cm.

Volume 4

25 more true stories of sadhaks and devotees, including 60 pages of delightful reminiscences of Sri Aurobindo and Mother's personal attendant, Champaklal

•   257 pp.— Rs 75

•   1st ed.- Bombay: Mother Pub. House, 1990 .- 257 p. ; 23 cm.

Kumari, Shyam

More Vignettes of Sri Aurobindo and The Mother

Companion volume to Vignettes of Sri Aurobindo & The Mother, contains 421 true stories, each one a unique tale of Divine Grace

•   201 pp.— Rs 100

Kumari, Shyam (cont.)

Musings on the Mother’s Prayers and Meditations

•   Volume 1.— 289 pp.— Rs 200

•   Volume 2.— 351 pp.— Rs 250

•   Volume 3.— 347 pp.— Rs 250

Kumari, Shyam

Vignettes of Sri Aurobindo and The Mother

360 "soul-stirring, uplifting" true stories of different people's experiences and contacts with Sri Aurobindo and Mother

•   177 pp.— Rs 125

Kundu, Nagendranatha (1917-)

Manisha'ra manisha Sriarabinda

•   1. samskarana.- Kalakata: Bisvajáana, 1978.- 11, 99 p., [1] leaf of plates: port.; 23 cm.- NOTES: In Bengali.

Köpcke-Duttler, Arnold

Wege des Friedens: franziskanische Lebenswege, Mahatma Gandhi, ökologisches Recht, Sri Aurobindo, Rabindranath Tagore

•   Würzburg: Königshausen + Neumann, 1986.- 154 p.; 21 cm.- NOTES: Includes bibliographical references.- ISBN: 3884792628

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La Barbera, Pat (1944-)

Pass it on

Durations given; programme notes by Nighthawk on container. Jazz quartets: Pat LaBarbera, saxophones and flute; Richard Beirach (1st-3d works), Don Thompson (4th-6th works), piano; Gene Perla, double bass; Joe LaBarbera, drums. Recorded at Red Gate Studio, Kent, New York, Jan. & June, 1976. Pass it on--Princess Road--Up loose--Little lady--Cellar muse--Aurobindo

•   Woodcliff, N.J.: PM Records, 1976.- PUB TYPE: Recording.- FORMAT: 1 disc (39 min.): 33 1/3 rpm, stereo.; 12 in.- MUSIC NO: PMR-009

La Bhagavad-Gita

•   4 ed.- Paris: A. Michel, 1947.- 472 p.- NOTES: Includes "Extraits des Essays on the Gita, par Aurobindo Ghose, choisis et groupes par Anilbaran Roy." OTHER: Aurobindo, Sri. Rao, Camille, trad. Herbert, Jean, 18 97- trad.

•   Paris: A. Michel, 1970.- 378 p. ; 18 cm.- ISBN: 2226012788 OTHER: Aurobindo, Sri. Rao,Camille, trad. Herbert, Jean, 1897-trad.

•   4e ed.- Paris: Librairie d'Amérique et d'Orient Maisonneuve, 1979.- 184 p. ; 15 cm.- SERIES: Les Grands maîtres spirituels dans l'Inde contemporaine.- NOTES: Glossaire. OTHER: Aurobindo, Sri. Rao, Camille, trad. Herbert, Jean, 1897- trad.

Lal, Deepak

Book Notes -- The Indian Economy and Its Performance Since Independence edited by R. A. Choudhury, Shama Gamkhar and Aurobindo Ghose

•   // Economic Journal: The Quarterly Journal of the Royal Economic Society.- VOL/ISSUE NO: v102n413.- PAGE(S): 1044.- DATE: Jul 1992.- ISSN: 0013-0133

Langley, George Harry (1881-)

Sri Aurobindo

•   New York: Gordon Press Publishers, 1972.- ISBN/PRICE: 0849011191 TC; USD 59.95 R

Langley, George Harry (1881-)

Sri Aurobindo, Indian poet, philosopher and mystic

•   London: D. Marlowe for the Royal India and Pakistan Society, 1949.- xii, 134, [1] p. 23 cm.- NOTES: Bibliography: p. 134-[135]

Lanning, Bill Lester

Man in progress: the religions and political-social future of man according to the thoughts of Sri Aurobindo Ghose and Pierre Teilhard de Chardin: a comparative analysis

•   1988 1976.- ix, 318 leaves.- NOTES: Thesis (Ph. D.)--Baylor University; 0014, 1976. Includes bibliographical references (leaves 304-318). Photocopy. Ann Arbor, Mich.: University Microfilms, 1988. 21 cm.- DAI, VOL. 38-05A, Page 2863, 00327 Pages

Le Cocq, Rhoda Priscella

The radical thinkers, Heidegger and Sri Aurobindo.

•   [San Francisco?], 1969.- xii, 265, [7] l. 29 cm.- NOTES: Thesis (PH.D.) -- California Institute of Asian Studies; 0392. Bibliography: leaves [266]-[272].- ADD, VOL. X1973, 00001 Pages

•   San Francisco: California Institute of Asian Studies, 1972.- ix, 214 p. 22 cm.

•   Mt. Tremper, N.Y.: Matagiri, 1979 1969.- 214 p.- NOTES: Imprint from label on title page. Thesis--California Institute of Asian Studies. Bibliography: p. [205]-210. SUBJECT: Heidegger, Martin, -- 1889-1976. Ghose, Aurobindo, -- 1872-1950.

•   Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Ashram Press, 1972.- ix, 214 p.; 28 cm.

•   San Francisco: California Institute of Asian Studies, 1969.- ix, 214 p.- NOTES: Thesis--California Institute of Asian Studies. Bibliography: p. [205]-210.

Le Périple d'or: počme dansé: photographies: suivies du texte en anglais.

•   Pondichéry, Inde: Ashram Sri Aurobindo, 1961.- xiv, 108 p.: col. ill.; 24 cm.

•   Pondichéry, Inde: Ashram Sri Aurobindo, 1961.- [27], 20 p.: ill.; 24 cm.- NOTES: Cover title: Le Périple d'or = The Golden journey.

Lee, Robert Lott

Rooting, trunking, and branching: the consciousness perspective of George Simon

Degree: PH.D.- YEAR: 1986 / The Union For Experimenting Colleges And Universities

George Simon explored states of consciousness which were the common denominator for his integral approach to personal growth, social change, and spiritual growth. His method of exploration was called 'grokking' and involved feeling things, events, ideas, people across space and time. He created maps and a language for describing and making sense of his explorations in consciousness evolution. His work is highly inaccessible because he died unexpectedly before writing a manuscript, his notebooks are written in unfamiliar symbols, and the organization he founded has stagnated. 'Grokking' was a key to the growth process. It involved heightened discrimination in the vague/sure world of feeling tones. The vague/sure characteristic enabled the process to guide without blueprinting. The method relied on an openness to God or the Universe. Korzybski, Aurobindo, and Lao Tzu were major influences on Simon. Korzybski influenced Simon's orientation toward the event, his awareness of abstracting, and his concept of feeling things across space/time. Aurobindo influenced Simon's integral orientation and his mapping of consciousness evolution. Lao Tzu influenced Simon in his notion of Beingness as a guide to growth, and in his life in his humility and his doing by being. Simon's method of feeling things, his mapping and his everyday experience combined to generate his approach. Simon developed many map/systems including God maps and a system for the evolution of human consciousness in seven stages, the HS system. Simon was particularly concerned with the transition from this stage (HS3) to the next stage (HS4). These maps reveal an integrated strategy for personal, social, and spiritual evolution. Simon's perspective has had a number of problems developing. These include: youth of co-workers at the time of his death, difficulty in teaching his approach, and lack of wider credibility, demonstration projects, and new theory. A new theory on neutrality as a kind of consciousness the world needs, and a counseling project using Simon's approach are developed and reported on as a response to these problems. The true meaning of Simon's perspective comes in feeling the states and in the changes emerging from those events.

•   0557.- DAI, VOL. 47-05A, Page 1752, 00330 Pages.

Leyden, Michael Joseph (1950-)

The philosophy of integralism in the philosophy of Sri Aurobindo Ghose

•   1975.- vi, 116 l.- NOTES: Thesis (M.A.)-Washington State University.Bibliography: leaves 114-116.

Lidchi-Grassi, Maggi

Great Sir & the Heaven Lady

 a True story of the experiences of an American infantry man spiritually guided through World War II

•   241 pp.— ISBN: 81-7595-750-6.- hc Rs 350

•   Calcutta: Writers Workshop, 1993.- 227 p.: ill. ; 23 cm.- NOTES: Novel. Out of body recountal with Aurobindo Ghose, 1872-1950 and Mother, 1878-1973.- ISBN: 8171894720: 8171894739 (pbk.)

Lidchi-Grassi, Maggi

The Light that Shone into the Dark Abyss

An account of Sri Aurobindo's and Mother's work and influence during World War II on the occult inner planes manifested on the physical

•   Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Ashram.— 144 pp.— ISBN: 81-7058-380-2.— Rs 65

Light of Lights: An Anthology of Spiritual Poetry / Edited by Vijay

•   Sri Aurobindo Society.— 72 pp.— ISBN: 81-7060-006-5.— Rs 25

Living within: the yoga approach to psychological health and growth

selections from the works of Sri Aurobindo and The Mother

•   Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Ashram, 1987.- xxxvii, 179 p.; 19 cm.- NOTES: Includes references and index.- ISBN: 817058051X

Lokasamskratam

•   Puducceri: Samskratakaryalayah, Sri Aravindasramah, 198u.- PUB TYPE: Serial.- FORMAT: v.NUMBERING: [198-].- NOTES: Description based on: Vol.7, no. 1.- SUBJECT: Sanskrit literature - History and criticism - Periodicals. OTHER: Sri Aurobindo Ashram. Samskratakryalayah.

Lorenzo, David Joseph

How the sun-word rises

cultural synthesis and discursive persistence in the Aurobindo movement of India: Degree: PH.D.- 1993 / Yale University; 0265.- Adviser: Director: David E. Apter

This dissertation examines the Indian social movement founded by Aurobindo Ghose (1872-1950) as a discourse community. Its purpose is to reveal and explain the problems discourse communities pose to the project of building consensus around a textual agreement that distributes wealth, power and rights. I approach this task by posing and answering two sets of questions: (1) how discourse communities persist through time despite changing contexts and differences of interests, splitting rather than dissolving, and how do people use discourse as political culture? (2) what are the empirical implications of the rise and persistence of discourse communities for normative theories claiming to show the way to lasting textual agreement? To answer the first set of questions, I employ Bourdieu's concept of symbolic capital as I examine the split between two institutions in the movement. I argue that the movement members perpetuated their allegiance to the Aurobindian political culture through their ritualistic use of discursive symbols in arguments that defended particularistic policies and legitimized policies conducive to such interests. I show that these symbols are drawn from three customary sources (cosmic history, secular history, and descriptions of founders) and are used in two different ways: as "problem solvers", and as defenders of the discourse itself as a sacred text. Examining a series of such usages before, during and after the split, I demonstrate that they perpetuate the discourse by making it relevant in different contexts (in problem-solving usages), and by elevating it above all possible competitors (in sacred usages). My approach to the second set of questions is to juxtopose the evidence gathered from the examination of the Aurobindo movement (and its theoretical implications) with two theoretical strategies contemporary normative theorists employ--the communitarian and the modernization/rational, I argue that the Aurobindian case, taken as an example of the workings of a discourse community, exposes the inability of these strategies to come to grips with the power and tenacity of symbolic politics embedded within discourse communities. This inadequacy, I conclude, can only be made good by starting from the assumption that any governing text must be created synthetically, regarded as provisional, and interpreted contextually, rather than treated as an analytic, universal, and robust foundation.

•   Dissertation Abstracts International (DAI), VOL. 54-06A, Page 2310, 00482 Pages.- Ann Arbor, MI. Article in: vol. 54 no. 6, 1993 Dec.- DAI No: DA9331321. Degree Granting Institution: Yale U, 1993.- PAGES: 2310A.- STANDARD NO: Pt. A, 0419-4209; Pt. B, 0419-4217; Pt. C, 1042-7279.

Luoma, Matti

Sri Aurobindo: modernin Intian johtava visionriyogafilosofi: .el.m. ja ajattelu

•   Tampere: Tampereen yliopisto, 1994.- 182 p.: port. ; 25 cm.- SERIES: Acta UniversitatisTamperensis. Ser. B, vol 47 0355-5232 ; NOTES: Bibliography: p. 171-173.- ISBN: 9514435214 (Number at Russian State Library 27  5/83-0)

M

M. P. Pandit 50th birthday commemoration volume

•   [Pondicherry: M. P. Pandit 50th Birthday Commemoration Committee], 1968.— ix, 224, 66 p. (66 p. advertisements) ports. 25 cm.— NOTES: "Works of M. P. Pandit": p. [221]-222.

M.P. Pandit: 60th birthday commemoration volume

 Includes bibliographical references. Sri Madhav Pandit / Keshavmurti — A tribute / Jyoti Priya (Judith M. Tyberg) — The good friend / Joy Mills — A magnetic personality / M. Shri Ramulu — M.P. Pandit, A symbol of synthesis / Joseph Spainer — A constitution for the federation of earth / A.B. Patal — The epiphany of divine biology / V. Madhusudan Reddy — The integral yoga of the Mother, its numerous special emphasis / Indra Sen — Towards true education / Govardhan Dave — The future of human mind / Sitaram Jayaswal — Ultimate reality in Paácaratra / V. Varada-chari — Sri Sankara and Sri Aurobindo / B.H. Sreedharan — Sri Aurobindo's aesthetics and Kannada literature / R.S. Mugali — The ancient Indian ideal of comprehensive culture / V.K. Gokak — Sri Aurobindo and the evolutionary dialectic / K.R. Sreenivasa — Transcendence and immanence / J.N. Chubb.

•   Pondicherry: M.P. Pandit 60th Birthday Commemoration Committee, 1978.— 170 p., [4] leaves of plates: ports.; 25 cm.

Ma, Swami Sarvaananda

The integral yoga school in historical perspective: Degree: PH.D

The goal of this study was to document the development of the Integral Yoga School (IYS) at Satchidananda Ashram - Yogaville East (SAYE) in Pomfret Center, Connecticut, presenting information and analysis that can be used by the school as well as by others who might benefit from such a study (other educators, students of open education or yoga, and those desiring to start a school). To accomplish the study, original and primary sources of the IYS (1966 - 1980) were used, including interviews with personnel and school files. The school was observed in action from its opening (October 1978) through one- and-a-half years of program (January 1980). Historically related topics that were also researched were: a life study of Swami Satchidananda, founder of the school and the Integral Yoga Institutes; a survey of the branches of Integral Yoga (Hatha Yoga, Karma Yoga, Raja Yoga, Bhakti Yoga, Jnana Yoga, and Japa Yoga); yogic philosophy; Indian education (particularly as presented by Swami Sivananda, Swami Vivekananda, and Sri Aurobindo); ecumenism; and open education. These were viewed only as they related to the development of IYS and were not treated as separate topics. Efforts were made to validate resources for accuracy and reliability. The method of review was to develop five research questions: (1) What were the initiating factors to bring in a school? (2) What conditions must be met to develop a school? (3) How did the school philosophy and resultant curriculum evolve? (4) What are the results of the afore-mentioned procedures for IYS? (5) How does the IYS experience apply to others? Through these questions the study traced the development of IYS from the beginning stages of philosophy and objectives through actual practice. It found that: the goal of the school is to foster development of spiritual wisdom and Self-realization as well as acquisition of knowledge; the school conforms to all legal codes, regulations, and recommendations at the time of its establishment; the school holds a five-year state curriculum approval (maximum awarded); the school follows daily yogic practices and philosophy, has a sense of family unity, and applies the similar views of Swami Satchidananda and open educators R. S. Barth and V. Rogers on children's natural discovery of their own innate knowledge; the children have, in fact, learned through play; and there is evidence of learning, enjoyment, and physical and mental well-being in children and staff. The study concludes that followers of Swami Satchidananda were able to develop an ashram school for their own children (and others interested) incorporating the teachings of Integral Yoga into an open education curriculum, with a thematic approach to individualized programs for children and an ecumenical approach to spiritual development. It concludes that the school is functioning successfully and can serve as a working model for the above program or for any of the particular aspects of the program. The study further concludes that the study itself can be used as a suitable resource in establishing a school. The study also includes recommendations for further study in these areas as well as a survey of future plans for IYS.

•   1980 / The University Of Connecticut; 0056 // DAI, VOL. 41-08A, Page 3333, 00181 Pages.

MacArthur, Ann Christine

Alternative forms of higher education in India

a description and evaluation of four educational institutions: Kaivalaydhama Yoga Ashram, Sri Aurobindo Ashram International Center of Education, Rabindranath Tagore's Visva-Bharati, the Maharaja Sayajirao University of Baroda

•   Los Angeles: Occidental College, 1975.— 74, [3] l.: ill., samples; 28 cm.— NOTES: "Occidental College International Studies Fellowship ... April to Sept., 1974." Typewritten copy.

Madhav Panditji

Sraddhalu Ranade

•   29 pp.— ISBN: 81-7509-042-1.— Rs 10

Mahabharata - Sri Aurobindo

•   Berkeley: Sri Aurobindo Association, Incorporated, 1991.— 187 p.— ISBN/PRICE: 8170582563 TC; USD 4.00 R

Maheshwari, Hazarilal (1921-)

From crisis to liberation: the Gita's gospel in Sri Aurobindo's light

•   1st ed.— Pondicherry: H. Maheshwari: Distributors, SABDA, 1987.— 188 p.; 23 cm.— NOTES: Includes passages in Sanskrit (Sanskrit in roman) Includes bibliographical references.

Maheshwari, Hazarilal (1921-)

Human Quest for Unity and Harmony: A Psycho-Spiritual Approach in the Light of Sri Aurobindo

•   29 pp.— Rs 12

Maheshwari, Hazarilal (1921-)

The Gita’s Gospel in Sri Aurobindo’s Light: A Movement from Crisis to Liberation

A thematic presentation of the Gita – its thought and wisdom and teaching – in its development through all the eighteen chapters. Thought-provoking and inspiring exposition on the dilemna of Arjuna in the Bhagavad Gita. The purpose of the present study is a close and faithful presentation of the Gita's thought, free from this or that bias, a sincere suggestion for a sustained study of the Gita in its origin, and an earnest invitation for the rewarding study of the Essays on the Gita

•   205 pp.— Rs 125.— NOTES: Old Edition, 188pp, entitled "From Crisis to Liberation"

Maitra, Susil Kumar

An Introduction to the Philosophy of Sri Aurobindo

•   Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Ashram.— 73 pp.— ISBN: 81-7058-346-2.— Rs 15

•   1st ed.— Calcutta: Culture Publishers, 1941.— v, 108 p. ; 18 cm.— NOTES:  "First edition, November, 1941".  Master microform held by: CRL. Microfilm. New Delhi: Library of Congress Office ; Chicago: Available from Center for Research Libraries, 1996. On 1microfilm reel with other items; 35 mm. (SAMP early 20th- century Indian books project ; item 07333).

•   [2d ed.].— [Benares]: Benares Hindu University, 1945.— 112 p. port. 19 cm.

•   Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Ashram, 1965.— 71 p. 18 cm.— NOTES: "First edition, 1941."

•   3d ed. (Facsimile).— Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Ashram, 1976.— 71 p.: 18 cm.

Maitra, Susil Kumar

Studies in Sri Aurobindo's philosophy

•   [Calcutta]: Benares Hindu University, 1945.— 160 p. 19 cm.

Maitra, Susil Kumar

The Meeting of the East and the West in Sri Aurobindo’s Philosophy

Articles on Sri Aurobindo’s philosophy, with special emphasis on how Eastern and Western thought have blended in him.

•   Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Ashram.— 335 pp.— ISBN: 81-7058-603-8.— Rs 125

•   1st ed.— Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Ashram, 1956.— 451, xxxi p., [1] leaf of plates: port.; 19 cm.— NOTES: Includes bibliographical references and index.

Maitra, Susil Kumar

The meeting of the East and the West in sri Aurobindo's philosophy

•   Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Ashram, 1968.— 470 p. front. 19 cm.

Majumadara, Harendranatha

Rshi Arabindera yoga-jibana o sadhana

•   2. paribardhita samskarana.— Kalikata: Sriarabinda sosaiti: praptisthana Sriarabinda Patha Mandira, 1976.— 200 p., [3] leaves of plates: ill.; 22 cm.— NOTES: In Bengali.

Malhotra S. L.

Social and political orientations of Neo-Vedantism

study of the social philosophy of Vivekananda, Aurobindo, Bipin Chandra Pal, Tagore, Gandhi, Vinoba, and Radhakrishnan

•   Delhi: S. Chand, 1969.— viii, 178 p. 23 cm.— NOTES: Bibliography: p. [169]-175.

Malik, Pravir

India’s Contribution to Management

Presents a refreshingly alternative view to traditional management perspectives, synthesising western and eastern thinking and projecting a new, holistic approach based on spirituality

•   Sri Aurobindo Society.— 173 pp.— ISBN: 81-7060-152-5.— Rs 100

Malik, Pravir

The Flowering of Management

This book is about the change in management consciousness that must occur if our organizations are to be managed more effectively and in consonance with the deeper laws of being

•   124p.— ISBN: 8170601061.

Maitra, S.K.

Meeting of East and West in Sri Aurobindo's Philosophy

•   ISBN: 8170580781.

Management by Consciousness: A Spirituo-Technical Approach

In the modern view of management, man has been reduced to a cog in the machinery of production and distribution, divorcing him as a social and spiritual being from his productive role at work. This anthology of articles by reputed authors encourages a ‘consciousness approach’ to management, considering man in his integral personality.

•   Sri Aurobindo Society.— 202 pp.— ISBN: 81-7060-080-4.— Rs 100

Manuel, Earthlyn Marselean

Red dirt on my feet. (Auroville)

Auroville in the Indian state of Tamil Nadu was established in 1968 by followers of the Indian mystic Sri Aurobindo and is an experiment in human unity. Its early settlers, mostly French and German, came together with local Tamils to carve out a spiritual oasis near the Bay of Bengal. Many of those settlers stayed in Auroville, living among the Tamils and seeking a place where people from around the world might transcend racial, social, and religious differences and apply themselves to the practice of divine consciousness. The writer describes how she made a spiritual journey to Auroville and found a new understanding of her place in the world.

•   // Essence v. 27 (Jan. '97) p. 42 por.— STANDARD NO: 0014-0880.— DATE: 1997.— CONTENTS: autobiography

Marot, Patrice

Sri Aurobindo - Satprem: book review

•   // Marg v. 42 no3 ((1991)) p. 57-8.— STANDARD NO: 0025-2913; 0938710044 (pa).— PUBLISHER: $9.95 Institute for Evolutionary Res., 1984.— PLACE: India.— LANGUAGE: English

Marrod N., Mario Angel

El renuevo de la v.spera

•   1a ed.— Vigo, Espa.a: Ediciones Carde.oso, 1993.— 62 p. ; 21 cm.— SERIES: Cuencos literarios;115.— ISBN:8487379869. SUBJECT: Mother, - 1878-1973. Sri Aurobindo Ashram - Biography.

Marshak, David

Education for wholeness

the visions of human becoming and of education of Rudolf Steiner, Aurobindo Ghose, and Inayat Khan (developmental psychology, holistic): Degree: ED.D.

Education for Wholeness: The Visions of Human Becoming and of Education of Rudolf Steiner, Aurobindo Ghose, and Inayat Khan, by David Marshak, is a study of the theories of human development between birth and age twenty one and of education of three reknowned, early 20th century spiritual teachers: Rudolf Steiner, a mystical Christian and theosophist; Aurobindo Ghose, a Hindu; and Inayat Khan, a Sufi. The significance of the study lies in the uniqueness of the teachings of Steiner, Ghose, and Inayat Khan. While many spiritual teachers in different traditions have mentioned human development and education in their work, these three men each articulated detailed theories of human becoming from birth through age twenty one and of education. These theories are particularly intriguing because, while published from 1910-1925, they are congruent with Piaget's theories and those of later developmental psychologists though much more extensive. This study examines the teachings of each man in relation to the following questions: (1) What is his theory of human nature? (2) What is his theory of human development from birth through age twenty one? (3) What is his theory of education? (4) What is his epistemological method? The methodology of the study is philosophical analysis of the many works of each man that relate to these questions. This analysis resulted in several major findings. (1) Steiner, Ghose, and Inayat Khan each offer a detailed description of human nature, which includes physical, life-force, mental, and spiritual elements of the person. The three descriptions are sufficiently similar as to constitute a common vision. (2) Steiner, Ghose, and Inayat Khan each describe a process of human unfoldment from birth through age twenty one that includes three major eras, each of about seven years in length. Their descriptions of these eras and of their inherent developmental potentials, tasks, and challenges are even more similar than their descriptions of human nature. (3) Each man offers a theory of education based upon his theory of human becoming. The similarities and differences among the three theories of education are enlightening and provocative.

•   1985 / Harvard University; 0084.— DAI, VOL. 46-08A, Page 2135, 00327 Pages.— UMI #85-23,336. Vita

Marshak, David

The Common Vision; Parenting & Educating for Wholeness

•   New York: Peter Lang Publishing, Incorporated, Sept. 1997.— 264 p.— SERIES: Counterpoints Studies in the Postmodern Theory of Education Ser.; Studies in the Postmodern Theory of Education; Vol. 48.— NOTES: Includes bibliographical references (p. ) and index.— ISBN/PRICE: 0820437026  (alk.paper) PT; USD 29.95 R

Mastny, Aleta You

A comparative study of the educational philosophies of Sri Aurobindo and Maria Montessori.

•   1975.— xi, 175 leaves; 29 cm.— NOTES: Vita. Thesis (PH.D.) —Arizona State University; 0010. Bibliography: leaves [169]-175.— DAI, VOL. 36-04A, Page 2159, 00188 Pages

•   1980 1975.— xi, 175 leaves.— NOTES: Vita. Photocopy of typescript. Ann Arbor, Mich.: University Microfilms International, 1980. — 21 cm. Thesis—Arizona State University. Bibliography: leaves [169]-175.

Mathur O.P.

Sri Aurobindo: Critical Considerations

•   272 pp.— ISBN: 81-7977-022-2.— hc Rs 300

Mathura, Savita (1939-)

Aravinda darsana ka adhunika Hindi kavya para prabhava

•   1.samskarana.— Ilahabada: Prayaga Prakasana, 1992.— 279 p. ; 23 cm.— NOTES: In Hindi. Includes bibliographical references (p.[272]-279). Influence of the philosophy of Aurobindo Ghose, 1872-1950, on modern Hindipoetry; a study.

Matrimandir: house of the new creation rising in Auroville, India

•   Sacramento, Calif.: Auroville International USA, 1988.— PUB TYPE: Audiovisual FORMAT: 1 videocassette (30 min.): sd., col. ; 1/2 in.— NOTES: Seyril Schochen. Shows still photos of the Matrimandir, a spherical structure 30 meters high, being built by the people of Auroville, India. Its purpose is to serve asa spiritual andmeditation center for all the people of the world. VHS.

McDermott, Robert A.

Six Pillars: Introductions to the Major Works of Sri Aurobindo.

•   Chambersburg: Wilson Books, 1974. 198 pp.— LANGUAGE: English.— PUB TYPE: book collection.— NOTES: R. A. McDermott, "Pref.," v-vi, & "Introd.," 1-5; "Bibliog.," 194-98

•   Chambersburg: Anima Publications, July 1974.— 300 p.— ISBN/PRICE: 0890120013 TP; USD 3.95 R

McDermott, Robert A. (edt.)

The Essential Aurobindo

•   Rochester: Inner Traditions International, Limited, March, 1988.— 296 p.— ISBN/PRICE: 0892810815 TP; USD 12.95 R

Mcdonald, Michael

Towards a contemporary theodicy

based on critical review of John Hick, David Griffin and Sri Aurobindo: DEGREE: PH.D.

The author seeks to make the fewest changes that would allow Christianity to withstand the challenges of the problem of evil (POE). The project includes a critical review of the theodicies of John Hick and David Griffin, and also draws upon the thought of Sri Aurobindo. From Augustinian thought, the author retains the emphasis upon moral evil. He argues that any theodicy resolving moral evil also resolves natural evil, and that natural evil, as such, would not create major barriers to religious faith. The author accepts John Hick's ideas of epistemic distance and soul-making, with supplementation. But he rejects Hick's use of the Greater Good Defense, instead positing that evil cannot be justified. The only question is whether it can be healed. David Griffin's strategy of adjusting divine traits to solve the POE is rejected. Instead, the author modifies Christian ideas of human identity and human destiny. Griffin's definition of evil is also rejected. Instead, the author defines evil as "a horrendous violation of an important human value." The author posits that Aurobindo correctly identified the Christian doctrine of "one lifetime only" as posing major problems for theodicy. The Indian view of multiple lifetimes helps to resolve dysteleological evil. Karma does not solve the POE all by itself, the author holds, but a revised notion of karma as "a law of appropriate experience" can make an essential contribution. The Indian view of human identity in terms of Self and ego personality is also adopted, again with some modification. The author uses an analogy of evil with a wound to argue that all evil can be healed, and must be healed in the process of psycho-spiritual growth. The conclusion is that evil may be ultimate to the ego personality, but is not ultimate to the soul, as such. From the perspective of the Soul or Self, suffering can be self-chosen for important and positive reasons. In short, a total picture of human identity and destiny gained by borrowing and revising Indian doctrines enables the author to suggest a new format for the interpretation of evil.

•   1995 / University of Hawaii; 0085.— Adviser: Chairperson.— DAI, VOL. 57-01A, Page 0285, 00369 Pages.

Medhananda

Guardians of Oneness and other Tales from Equals One

•   199 pp.— ISBN: 81-86413-23-5.— Rs 175

Medhananda

The Way Out is Up and other Stories from Equals One

•   155 pp.— ISBN: 81-86413-24-3.— Rs 150

Medhananda

With Medhananda on the Shores of Infinity

•   144 pp.— ISBN: 81-86413-08-1.— sc Rs 125 hc Rs 175

Mehta J. L.

Philosophy and Religion

Essays in Interpretation. New Delhi: Indian Council of Philosophical Research in association with Munshiram Manoharlal Publishers

•   1990. Pp. xi + 294.

Mehta, Rajnikant J.

Take Mother with You: Experiences of the Mother’s Loving Presence

•   40 pp.— ISBN: 81-86413-25-1.— Rs 30

Mehta, Rohit

The being and the becoming: thoughts on Sri Aurobindo's Essays on the Gita

•   1st ed.— Ahmedabad: Pondicherry: R. N. Amin; distributors, Sri Aurobindo Books Distribution, 1975.— viii, 116 p., [1] leaf of plates: ill.; 21 cm.

Mehta, Rohit

The Dialogue with Death: Sri Aurobindo’s Savitri, a Mystical Approach

•   370 pp.— ISBN: 81-208-1223-9.— Rs 275

•   [1st ed.].— Ahmedabad: Rambhai N. Amin, President, World Union—Ahmedabad Centre]; distributors: Sri Aurobindo Ashram Books Distribution Agency, Pondicherry, 1972.— iv, 374 p. illus. 22 cm.

•   Delhi: Motilal Banarsidass, 1983 1972.— iv, 370 p.; 22 cm.— NOTES: Reprint. Originally pulished: Ahmedabad: World Union—Ahmedabad Center, 1972.— ISBN: 0895816717 0895816725 (pbk.)

•   Columbia: South Asia Books, 1983.— ISBN/PRICE: 0836425073 TC; USD 17.50 R

•   Columbia: South Asia Books, 1994.— ISBN/PRICE: 8120812239 TP; USD 12.50 R;  8120812220 TC; USD 18.50 R

Mehta, Rohit

The Miracle of Descent: Reflections on Sri Aurobindo’s Integral Yoga

•   187 pp.— Rs 25

•   [1st ed.— Ahmedabad: Rambhai N. Amin]; distributors: Sri Aurobindo Books, Pondicherry, 1973.— 187 p. illus. 22 cm.

Merlo, Lillo Vicente

La realidad supramental y la transformacion integral

teoria y praxis en la obra de Sri Aurobindo; supramental reality and the integral transformation: theory and praxis in Sri Aurobindo's work: Degree: PH.D

This work is a general presentation of Sri Aurobindo's philosophy. His system is known as "Integral Non-dualism" (purna-advaita) and its practical aspects are considered as parts of the "Integral Yoga" (purna-yoga). We begin by pointing out the relationships of Aurobindo with his own, Hindu, tradition. His work can be seen as an hermeneutical reactualization of the "sanatana dharma" contained in the Vedas, the Upanishads, the Bhagavad-gita, etc. Aurobindo belongs to what is usually called neohinduism. We think that Aurobindo has elaborate an integral theory of the Absolute (Brahman) through what he called "the logic of the Infinite". The key for the understanding of his philosophy is the concept of "Supermind" or "supramental Truth-Consciousness", based on a supramental experience and knowledge. The supramental consciousness sees the whole process of evolution and recognizes the next emergence of a new ontological principle in the manifestation: the supramental principle. In his anthropological approach, man is not reduced to a natural dimension (prakriti), but he is essentially a spiritual being (purusha). As a jivatman, he remains forever above the manifestation. The jivatman is the spiritual individual. The psychic being or individual soul is a projection, a representative of the jivatman in the evolution. He is the central subject who must be understood under the laws of Karma and Rebirth. He can collaborate in the transition from man, the mental being, to the supramental or gnostic being, the next step in the evolution. The praxis proposed by Aurobindo is exposed through his teachings on an integral yoga. That implies a triple transformation: psychic, spiritual, and supramental. We develop this aspect under the consideration of an ethics of the integral perfection, which is a supraethics. Other cosmological, epistemological and socio-historical aspects of his thought are presented in this research. We have tried to show the strong coherence and the powerful explanation capability of the Purna-advaita and we have suggested the importance of the creation of a "community of yogic-gnostic investigators", capable of reaching intersubjective resolutions in these subjects, perhaps a new approach to a "Philosophia perennis".

•   1990 / Universitat De Valencia (Spain); 5871 // DAI, VOL. 52-02C, Page 0176, 00981 Pages.— LANGUAGE: Spanish.— ISBN: 84-370-0701-1.— Publisher: servicio de publicaciones, universitat de valencia, c.— De La Nave, 2, 46003 - Valencia, Spain

Merlo V.

Reason and religion in the philosophy of Aurobindo

•   // Pensamiento, V52, N202 (JAN-APR), 1996. P95-104.— Standard No.: 0031-4749.— Language: SPANISH

Millett, Kate.; Shaw, Gene, reviewer

The politics of cruelty: book review

Millett (Sexual Politics; The Loony-Bin Trip (BRD 1990)) has written an important book on incarceration and torture. Tracing the history of torture, she describes how Stalin and Hitler established cruelty and imprisonment as the basis of the modern political state. In her chapters on Solzhenitsyn, Bataille, and the prison writings of Aurobindo, Ngugi, and Nien Chang, Millett fearlessly explains her reactions to the witnesses of torture. She describes various authoritarian regimes and indicts present-day state cruelty. Her section on the witnesses of cruelty ('The Imagination') is especially valuable. Written from a feminist perspective, this is a compelling view of the human condition. (130 words).

•   // Library Journal v. 119 (Feb. 1 '94) p. 76 (United States).— ISSN: 0363-0277.— ISBN: 0393035751.

Minor, Robert Neil (1945-)

Aurobindo philosophy of Brahman - Phillips,SH: book review

•   // Philosophy East & West, V38, N4, 1988. P455-457

Minor, Robert Neil (1945-)

Sri Aurobindo; The Perfect & the Good.

•   Columbia: South Asia Books, Nov. 1978.— ISBN/PRICE: 083640033X TC; USD 15.00 R

•   Calcutta: Minerva, 1978.— 191 p.; 22 cm.— NOTES: "Presented as thesis for the Ph. D. at the School of Religion of the University of Iowa." Includes index. Bibliography: p. [181]-185.

•   Columbia, Mo.: South Asia Books, 1978.— 191 p.; 22 cm.— NOTES: Originally presented as the author's thesis, University of Iowa. Includes index. Bibliography: p. [181]-185.— ISBN: 083640033X

Minor, Robert Neil (1945-)

The ethics of Sri Aurobindo Ghose: a religio-historical study

•   1978 1975.— iii, 258 leaves.— NOTES: Photocopy of typescript. Ann Arbor: University Microfilms, 1978. — 22 cm. Thesis ( PH.D) —University of Iowa; 0096. Bibliography: leaves 254-258.— DAI, VOL. 36-12A, Page 8126, 00263 Pages

Minor, Robert Neil (1945-)

The yogi and the mystic - a study in the spirituality of Aurobindo, Sri and Chardin, Teilhard,de - Feys,J.: book review

•   // Journal of the American Academy of religion, V48, N1, 1980 (Country: USA)

Miovic, Michael

Initiation: Spiritual Insights on Life, Art, and Psychology

•   Sri Aurobindo Society.— 296 pp.— ISBN: 81-7060-215-7.— Rs 250

Mishra, D. S. (1946-)

Poetry and philosophy in Sri Aurobindo's Savitri

•   New Delhi: Harman Pub. House, 1989.— 131 p.; .— 23 cm.— NOTES: Critical study of Savitri, mystical poem, by Aurobindo Ghose, 1872-1950, Indian philosopher. Includes index. Bibliography: p. [123]-128.— ISBN: 8185151210

Mishra, D. S. (1946-)

Savitri as an Epic of the Soul

•   // Panjab University Research Bulletin (Arts) (PURBA), Chandigarh, India. Article in: vol. 15 no. 2, 1984 Oct.— PAGES: 13-23.— STANDARD NO: 0970-5260.— LANGUAGE: English

Mishra, Madhuri

Problem of evil: with special reference to Sri Aurobindo

•   Delhi: Parkash Chand Narang for Capital Pub. House, 1991 .— ix, 80 p. ; 22 cm.— NOTES: Includes bibliographical references (p. [73]-80).— ISBN: 8185157626

Mishra, Manoj Kumar

Young Aurobindo’s Vision: The Viziers of Bassora

•   134 pp.— ISBN: 81-7977-106-7.— hc Rs 200

Mishra, Sampadananda

Sri Aurobindo and Sanskrit

Presents Sri Aurobindo’s insight into classical Sanskrit literature, his own original Sanskrit writings, and selections from his translations of Sanskrit texts

•   Sri Aurobindo Society.— 118 pp.— ISBN: 81-7060-159-2.— Rs 50

Misra, Bhuvanesvaranatha (1912-)

Sriaravinda-caritamrta

•   1963.— 243 p. illus., ports. 18 cm.— NOTES: In Hindi. Bibliography: p. [221]-222.

Misra, Ram Shankar

The Integral Advaitism of Sri Aurobindo

•   437 pp.— ISBN: 81-208-1329-4.— hc Rs 495

•   [1st ed.].— Banaras: Banaras Hindu University, 1957.— xvi, 410 p. 23 cm.— SERIES: Banaras Hindu University Darsana series, no. 2 Hindu University, Benares, India. Darsana series; no. 2.— NOTES: Bibliographical footnotes.

Mital, Shiva Kumar (1950-)

Sri Aurobindo's integral approach to political thought

•   1st ed.— New Delhi: Metropolitan, 1981.— ix, 268 p.; 23 cm.— NOTES: Revision of the author's thesis (Ph. D.—Meerut University, 1980). Bibliography: p. 259-268.

Mitra, Haraprasad (1917-)

Debatara dipa haste ye asila bhabe

•   Kalikata: Barnali, 1979.— v. <1-2>; 23 cm.— NOTES: In Bengali.

Mitra, Shobha

Sri Aurobindo and the Mother on India and her Future

Audio Cassettes and CDs. — Duration 68:30

A Musical Composition by Shobha Mitra. Songs and hymns in Sanskrit with recitation in English from Sri Aurobindo’s and the Mother’s writings

•   Audio Cassette: Rs 50 Audio CD: Rs 249

Mitra, Sisir Kumar

India: vision and fulfilment

•   Bombay: D. B. Taraporevala Sons, 1972.— vi, 290 p. illus. 22 cm.— NOTES: Includes bibliographies.

Mitra, Sisir Kumar

India's evolution, its meaning

•   Bombay: Jaico Pub. House, 1968.— x, 157 p. 19 cm.— NOTES: Cover title: Evolution of India, its meaning. Includes bibliographies.

Mitra, Sisir Kumar

Sri Aurobindo

•   New Delhi: Indian Book Co., 1972.— 215 p. 23 cm.— NOTES: Bibliography: p. 209-210.

Mitra, Sisir Kumar

Sri Aurobindo: a homage

•   [3d rev. and enl. ed.].— Madras: Sri Aurobindo Library, 1950.— 66 p. port.

Mitra, Sisir Kumar

Sri Aurobindo: towards victory of the light supreme

•   New Delhi: Orient Paperbacks, 1976.— 208 p.; 17 cm.— NOTES: Bibliography: p. 204-206.

Mitra, Sisir Kumar

Sri Aurobindo and Indian freedom

•   Madras: Sri Aurobindo Library, 1948.— 80 p. (Number at Russian State Library IN 61-6/227)

Mitra, Sisir Kumar

Sri Aurobindo and and the new world

•   Pondicherry, 1957.— [5], 77 p. (Number at Russian State Library IN 58-35/93)

Mitra, Sisir Kumar

The liberator: Sri Aurobindo, India, and the world.

•   Delhi: Jaico Pub. House, 1954.— x, 220 p.: port.; 17 cm.— NOTES: Bibliography: p. [215]-217.

•   [2d ed.].— Bombay: Jaico Pub. House, 1970.— ix, 307 p. 18 cm.— NOTES: "Special centenary edition." Bibliography: p. [293]-296.

Mitra, Sisir Kumar

The vision of India.

•   Bombay, New York: Jaico Publishing House, 1949.— xv, 336 p.; 17 cm.

•   Bombay: Jaico Publishing House, 1972.— 336 p. 17 cm.

Monestier, André

En Inde, sur les sentiers de l'ścuménisme

•   Clermont-Ferrand: G. de Bussac, 1966.— 56 p. illus. 21 cm.— NOTES: "Conseils bibliographiques": p. 53-54.— SUBJECT: Sri Aurobindo Ashram.

Monestier, André

Teilhard et Sri Aurobindo

•   Paris: Editions universitaires, 1963.— 62 p. 18 cm.— SERIES: Carnets Teilhard, no. 10

Monestier, André

Teilhard y Sri Aurobindo

•   Mexico: Citlaltepetl, 1967.— 90 p.: ill.— SERIES: Serie Hacia un nuevo tiempo de hombre

Monod-Herzen, Gabriel (1899-)

L'_cole du libre progr¨s de l'Ashram de Sri Aurobindo Pondichery

•   [Paris]: Plon, 1972.— 213, [4]p. 21cm.— NOTES: Bibliography: p. 213-[214]

Monod-Herzen, Gabriel (1899-)

Sri Aurobindo

•   Pindicherry, 1954

•   Paris: Les Cahiers du Sud, 1954.— 470 p. 21 cm.

•   Pindicherry, 1983.

Mookerjea-Leonard D.

Jyotirmoyee Devi

•   : Writing History, Making Citizens : Article.- In English // INDIAN JOURNAL OF GENDER STUDIES, 12, no. 1, (2005): 1-40

Morretta, Angelo

Aurobindo e il futuro dell'uomo

•   Roma: Zephyr, 1974.— 189 p.; 21 cm.— NOTES: Errata slip inserted. Bibliography: p. 183-189.

Mother India

monthly review of culture. Pondicherry, 1948 uuuu.— PUB TYPE: Serial.— v.illus., ports. 25-44 cm. FREQUENCY: Monthly, Feb. 1952- Biweekly,1948-Jan. 1952.

•   v. 1- Feb. 19, 1948.— NOTES: Subtitle varies:1948-Jan. 1952,Fortnightly review.Microfilm.

•   v.1-3:no.24 (Feb.1948-Jan.19,1952) Washington, D.C.: Library of Congress Preservation Microfilming Program: Available from Library of Congress Photoduplication Service.microfilm reels; 35 mm.

[Motiba; Bansidhar]

Flame of Love

This book is a collection of vivid memories of two Ashramites: Motiba (Champaklal’s aunt) and Bansidhar (Champaklal’s brother). Both joined the Ashram in its early days, the mid-1920s, and had the privilege of personally serving Sri Aurobindo and the Mother. In addition to the fond recollections by those who knew them well, there are the reminiscences of Motiba and Bansidhar themselves, who shared some events of their early lives in the Ashram, and close to a dozen photographs depicting them over the years.

•   Compiled and edited by Roshan.- Surat: Divyanand Kripanidhi.- 50 p.; 12x18 cm.

Motwani, Kewal (1899-)

Three great sages: Sri Aurobindo, Dr. Annie Besant, J. Krishnamurti

•   Madras: Ganesh, 1951.— 45 p. 19 cm.

Mourgue, Gerard (1921-)

Sri Aurobindo et Teilhardde Chardin

•   Paris: Editions Buchet/Chastel, 1993.— 179 p. ; 21 cm.— NOTES: Includes bibliographical references (p. 177-[178]).— ISBN: 2702015786

Mukherjee P.

The concept of man in the teachings of Aurobindo (1872-1950)

•   // Critique, V42, N466, 1986. P221-231.— Language: FRENCH

Mukherjee, Haridas

'Bande mataram' and Indian nationalism, 1906-1908

being a study in the ideas of India's first freedom movement based on editorial articles which first appeared in the famous Bande mataram daily between 1906 and 1908

•   Calcutta: Firma K. L. Mukhopadhyay, 1957.— 96 p. 19 cm.— NOTES: All but 2 of the "Select editorials" (p. [32]-96) are by Aurobindo Ghose.

Mukherjee, Haridas

Sri Aurobindo and the New Thought in Indian Politics.

•   1964.

•   Columbia: South Asia Books, 1997.— ISBN/PRICE: 8171020585 TC; USD 40.00 R

Mukherjee, Haridas

Sri Aurobindo's Political Thought

•   1958

Mukherjee, Jugal Kishore (1925-2009)

From Man Human to Man Divine: Sri Aurobindo’s Vision of the Evolutionary Destiny of Man

•   Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Ashram.— 250 pp.— ISBN: 81-7058-233-4.— hc Rs 95

•   1st ed.— Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo International Centre of Education, 1990.— xxxiii, 249 p. ; 23 cm.— NOTES: Includes bibliographical references.— ISBN: 8170582326 (s.c.) 8170582334 (h.c.)

Mukherjee, Jugal Kishore (1925-2009)

K.D. Sethna: The Wonder that is Amal Kiran (1994)

•   Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Ashram.— 42 pp.— ISBN: 81-7058-408-6.— Rs 25

Mukherjee, Jugal Kishore (1925-2009)

Mrityu Rahasya.- In Bengali

Mukherjee, Jugal Kishore (1925-2009)

Mysteries of Death, Fate, Karma and Rebirth: In the Light of the Teachings of Sri Aurobindo and the Mother

On the fear of death and conquering it, what happens at the moment of death and where the soul goes

•   Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Ashram.— 174 pp.— ISBN: 81-7058-772-7.— Rs 80

Mukherjee, Jugal Kishore (1925-2009)

Principles and Goals of Integral Education

Mukherjee, Jugal Kishore (1925-2009)

Purna Yoger Sadhan Paddhati.- In Bengali

Mukherjee, Jugal Kishore (1925-2009)

Sri Aurobindo: The Smiling Master — Humour in Sri Aurobindo’s Writings

Sri Aurobindo is often wrongly perceived as a grave philosopher who rarely smiled. This book analyses the canons of the art of humour, and quotes Sri Aurobindo’s humorous passages belonging to the genre in question to illustrate the principles.

•   Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Ashram.— 441 pp.— ISBN: 81-7058-454-X.— Rs 150

Mukherjee, Jugal Kishore (1925-2009)

Sri Aurobindo Ashram: Its Role, Responsibility and Future Destiny — An Insider’s Personal View

•   Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Ashram.— 91 pp.— ISBN: 81-7058-507-4.— Rs 50

Mukherjee, Jugal Kishore (1925-2009)

Sri Aurobindo’s Poetry and Sanskrit Rhetoric

Exemplification of Some Arthalankaras or ‘Figures of Speech’

•   Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Ashram.— 59 pp.— ISBN: 81-7058-206-7.— Rs 20

Mukherjee, Jugal Kishore (1925-2009)

The Ascent of Sight in Sri Aurobindo’s Savitri

•   Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Ashram.— 92 pp.— ISBN: 81-7058-656-9.— Rs 70

Mukherjee, Jugal Kishore (1925-2009)

The Destiny of the Body: The Vision and the Realisation in Sri Aurobindo’s Yoga

•   Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Ashram.— 419 pp.— ISBN: 81-7058-141-9.— Rs 150

•   1st ed.— Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo International Centre of Education, 1975.— xliv, 419 p.; 23 cm.— NOTES: Includes bibliographical references.

Mukherjee, Jugal Kishore (1925-2009)

In English

The Practice of the Integral Yoga: With Copious Hints for the Pilgrims of the Path

This comprehensive treatise on the effective practice of the Yoga of Integral Transformation is an outcome of what has been shaped on the anvil of long practice, deep reflection and inner experience

•   Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Ashram.— 348 pp.— ISBN: 81-7058-732-8.— Rs 150

Mukherji, Ramaranjan

Sri Aurobindo on Vedic deities

•   1st ed.— New Delhi: Rashtriya Sanskrit Sansthan, 1995.— v, 149 p.; 22 cm.— SERIES: Silver jubilee publicationseries ; 11.— NOTES: Includes bibliographical references (p.148-149)

Mukhopadhyaya, Jibana (1948-)

Yuganayaka Arabinda

•   Kalikata: Paribesaka Bidya, 1972.— 272 p. ill. 23 cm.— NOTES: In Bengali.

Mukhopadhyaya, Prthvindranatha

Les crits bengalis de Sri Aurobindo (1872-1950)

•   Paris: Dervy-Livres, 1986.— 362 p. ; 24 cm.— SERIES: Collection "Mystiques et religions"

Mukhopadhyaya, Prthvindranatha

Samasamayikera cokhe Sriarabinda

•   Kalikata: Jijńasa, 1969.— 10, 264 p.; 22 cm.— NOTES: In Bengali. Bibliography: p. [261]-264.

Mundschenk, Paul Ernest

The quest for political and spiritual liberation

a study in the thought of Aurobindo Ghose - Oconnor,J: book review

•   // Philosophy East & West, V32, N2, 1982 (Country: USA)

Mundschenk, Paul Ernest

Up from belittlement: Sri Aurobindo and the response to British colonialism in India

•   Claremont, Calif.: Claremont Graduate School; 0047, 1976.— vi, 213 p.— NOTES: Thesis (Ph. D.)—Claremont Graduate School. Bibliography: leaves 203-213.— DAI, VOL. 37-01A, Page 0520, 00222 Pages

Murthi, A. N. S.

Names you should know

Confucius — Socrates — Omar Khayyam — Avvai — Von Goethe - -Sri Thyagaraya — Abraham Lincoln — Maharaja Ranjit Singh — Raja Ram Mohan Roy — Florence Nightingale — Michelangelo — Thomas Alva Edison — Earnest Shackleton — Louis Pasteur — Ludwig Von Beethoven — John Ruskin — Jagdish Chandra Bose — Count Leo Tolstoy — Ramakrishna Paramahansa — Gopal Krishna Gokhale — Albert Einstein — Rabindranath Tagore — Senator Marconi — Sri Aurobindo — Romain Rolland — Henry Ford.

•   1st ed.— Ambala Cantt: Army Educational Stores, 1954.— iii, 195 p., [19] leaves of plates: ports.; 19 cm.— SERIES: Rapid reader series

Murugesu V.

A Commentary on Sri Aurobindo’s Poem Ilion

•   344 pp.— ISBN: 81-7509-047-2.— hc Rs 250

N

Nabajyoti

•   Pandiceri: Nabajyoti Karyalaya, Sriarbinda Asrama, 19uu uuuu.— PUB TYPE: Serial.— FORMAT:v. ; 24 cm. NOTE S: Description based on: Barsha 19, sankhya 1 (Phebrayuri 21,1976); title from cover.

Nadkarni M.V.

The Problems of Human Unity in Sri Aurobindo’s Light

•   47 pp.— Rs 12

Nadkarni, Mangesh V.

Savitri: A Brief Introduction: Four Talks

•   Sri Aurobindo Society.— 76 pp.— ISBN: 81-7060-046-4.— Rs 16

Nadkarni, Mangesh

Hindu Muslim Unity: In Sri Aurobindo’s Light

•   Sri Aurobindo Society.— 28 pp.— ISBN: 81-7060-110-X.— Rs 15

Nahar, Nirmal Singh

In English

On Satprem and Sujata

•   An Interview By Anurag Banerjee

Nahar, Prithwi Singh

The winds of silence; poems, songs, and sonnets

•   [2d ed.].— Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Ashram, 1972.— 139 p. 22 cm.

Nahar, Sujata (1925-)

Mother's chronicles.— Paris: Institut de recherches evolutives.

•   Bk. 1. Mirra

•   Bk. 2. Mirra the artist

•   Bk. 3. Mirra the occultist.

•   1985.— v.: ill (some col.) ; 22-23 cm.— NOTES: Chronicles of an associate of Aurobindo Ghose, 1872-1950, Indic philosopher.— ISBN: 2902776187 (6 vol. set)

•   Bk.2. Mirra the Artist.— Berkeley: Sri Aurobindo Association, Incorporated.— 182 p.— ISBN/PRICE: 2902776209 TC; USD 12.00 R

•   Bk.3. Mirra the Occultist.— Berkeley: Sri Aurobindo Association, Incorporated.— 319 p.— ISBN/PRICE: 2902776217 TC; USD 12.00 R

Nakamura, Hajime (1912-)

The ideal of world community: Buddhist aspiration in view of Sri Aurobindo

•   Madras: Dr. S. Radhakrishnan Institute for Advanced Study in Philosophy, University of Madras, 1981.— 89 p.; 26 cm.— NOTES: Includes bibliographical references.

Nandakumar, Prema

A study of "Savitri."

•   First Published.— Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Ashram, 24 November 1962.— xx, 568 p. 22 cm.— NOTES: Includes bibliography.

•   Second Printing.— Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Ashram, 24 November 1985.— xx, 568 p. 22 cm.— NOTES: Includes bibliography

Nandakumar, Prema

Aurobindo - his poetry and poetic theory - Tyagi, P.: book review

•   // Indian literature, V32, N1, 1989. P157-160

Nandakumar, Prema

Dante and Sri Aurobindo: a comparative study of The divine comedy and Savitri

•   Madras: Affiliated East-West Press, 1981.— 160 p.; 26 cm.— NOTES: Includes bibliographical references and index.

Nandakumar, Prema

In Search of Hinduism

Shows the way to the rediscovery of Sanatana Dharma, an all-comprehending humanist doctrine that expanded to meet the inflow of new ways and religions into India

•   55 pp.— Rs 30

Nandakumar, Prema

Perseus the Deliverer

•   // Naik, M. K.; Mokashi-Punekar, S.; Hiremath, R. C. Perspectives on Indian Drama in English. Madras: Oxford UP, 1977. 214 pp.— PAGES: 16-49.— LANGUAGE: English.— PUB TYPE: book article

Nandakumar, Prema

Sri Aurobindo: a brief biography

•   [New Delhi]: Publications Division, Ministry of Information and Broadcasting, Govt. of India, 1972.— [8], 54 p. 24 cm. (Number at Russian State Library IN 73-13/99)

Nandakumar, Prema

Sri Aurobindo: a critical introduction / foreword by M.K. Naik.

•   New Delhi: Sterling Publishers, 1988.— x, 116 p.; 22 cm.— NOTES: Includes index. Bibliography: p. [109]-111. On the life and philosophy of Aurobindo Ghose, 1872-1950, Indian philosopher.— ISBN: 8120707656 / Rs100.00

•   New York, N.Y.: Facet Books International, 1988.— 116 p.; 22 cm.— ISBN: 0932377351

•   Eliot: Apt Books, Incorporated, Feb. 1989.— 128 p.— ISBN/PRICE: 8120707656 CT; USD 18.95 R

Nandakumar, Prema

Sri Aurobindo's interpretation of the Mahabharata

•   Bangalore: Indian Institute of World Culture, 1992.— 18 p. ; 23 cm.— SERIES: Transaction / Indian Instituteof World Culture ; no. 85 Tran saction.— (Indian Institute of World Culture) ; no. 85.— NOTES: Cover title. Includes bibliographical references.

Nandakumar, Prema

Sri Aurodindo: The Prose Canon

•   // Naik, M. K. (ed.). Perspectives on Indian Prose in English. Atlantic Highlands: Humanities, 1982. vii, 277 pp.— PAGES: 72-103.— LANGUAGE: English.— PUB TYPE: book article

Nandakumar, Prema

The Captivity Theme in Sri Aurobindo's Plays

•   // Banasthali Patrika, Rajasthan, India. Article in: vol. 4 no. 12, 1969.— PAGES: 162-173.— LANGUAGE: English

Nandakumar, Prema

The Mother

•   New Delhi: National Book Trust, India, 1977.— vi [i.e. viii], 136 p.; 19 cm.— SERIES: National biography National biography series.— NOTES: Bibliography: p. [135]-136.

•   Reprint.— New Delhi: National Book Trust, 1978.

•   Pomona: Auromere, Incorporated, July 1979.— SERIES: National Biography Ser.— ISBN/PRICE: 0897441982 TP; USD 2.25 R

Nandakumar, Prema

The Mother of Sri Aurobindo Ashram

•   134 pp.— ISBN: 81-237-2386-5.— Rs 35

Narasimhaiah, C. D.

Aurobindo: Inaugurator of Modern Indian Criticism

•   // The Literary Criterion (LCrit), Bangalore, India. Article in: vol. 15 no. 2, 1980.— PAGES: 13-31.— STANDARD NO: 0024-452X.— LANGUAGE: English

•   // Journal of south asian literature, V24, N1, 1989. P87-103

Narayan Prasad See Prasad, Narayan

Narayan, J. (Jagdish)

The absolute in Sri Aurobindo and Alfred North Whitehead

•   Patna, [India]: [Springfield, Va.: Anupam Publications; Distributed by Nataraj Books], 1983.— iii, 279 p.; 22 cm.— NOTES: Bibliography: p. [260]-279.

Naregal, Prahlad (1907-)

Sri Aravindara mahakavya Savitri

•   Dharavada: Karnataka Visvavidyalaya, 1971.— vii, 84 p.; 17 cm.— SERIES: Lupanyasa Granthamali ; 135.— NOTES: Cover title: Savitri.

Narendra

Learn Sanskrit: The Natural Way

Uses a direct and simple approach drawing on the similarities between Sanskrit and modern Indian languages. Even beginners without any prior knowledge of Sanskrit will find this book most helpful as English has been used extensively to introduce the alphabet, indicate the pronunciation and as an aid to understand the text.

•   Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Ashram.— 137 pp.— ISBN: 81-7058-512-0.— Rs 40

Nata (1904-)

Su questo terreno

•   Roma: Edizioni mediterranee, 1979.— 143 p.; 22 cm.— SERIES: The Best books; n. 67

Natural health within on food

based on the principles of nature cure, in the light of Sri Aurobindo and the Mother's teachings

•   Pondicherry: Nature Cure, 1977.— 33 p., [1] leaf of plates: ill.; 19 cm.

Navajata (1922-)

A Divine Life in a Divine Body

Inspiring exposition of sadhana in Sri Aurobindo's yoga, including remini-scences on Mother, karma yoga, meditation in life, how to do japa, occult knowledge, spiritualised society, etc

•   Sri Aurobindo Society.— 263 pp.— ISBN: 81-7060-119-3.— Rs 95

Navajata (1922-)

Sri Aravindan

•   Nyu Dalhi: Nasanal BukkT_ras_t_t, Intya, 1988 1972.— xvii, 208 p., [12] p. of plates: ill., ports ; 18 cm.— SERIES: Desiya jivacarit_ra parampara National biography series. Malayalam.— NOTES: Translationof: Sri Aurobindo. Includes bibliographical references.On the life of Aurobindo Ghose, 1872-1950, Hindu philosopher ; includes bibliographies of works byand about him.

Navajata (1922-)

Sri Aurobindo.

•   New Delhi: National Book Trust, India; [chief stockists in India: India Book House, Bombay, 1972.— xiii, 127 p. illus. 19 cm.— SERIES: National biography series.— NOTES: Bibliography: p. [123]-124.

•   Rev. ed.— New Delhi: National Book Trust, India, 1976 1972.— xiii, 127 p., [6] leaves of plates: ill.; 19 cm.— SERIES: National biography series.— NOTES: Includes bibliographies.

•   3rd ed.— New Delhi: National Book Trust, India, 1984 1972.— xiii, 127, [1] p., [5] p. of plates: ill., ports.; 18 cm.— SERIES: National biography series.— NOTES: Bibliography: p. [124]-[128]

In Spanish

Sri Aurobindo.— In Spanish.— New Delhi: National Book Trust, 1976

Nayak G. C.

Philosophical Reflections

•   Delhi: Indian Council of Philosophical Research in association with Motilal Banarsidass, 1987.— Pp. viii + 166. Hardcover Rs. 65.00.— Article 12— "The Philosophy of Baladeva Vidyabhusana" and "The Philosophy of Sri Aurobindo"

Nedumpalakunnel, George

Realization of God according to Sri Aurobindo: a study of a neo-Hindu vision on the divinization of man

•   Bangalore: Claretian Publications, 1979.— xvi, 308 p.; 23 cm.— NOTES: "Presented to the Faculty of Theology, Pontifical Gregorian University, Rome, in 1976 in partial fulfilment of the requirements for the degree, Doctor of Theology." Includes index. Bibliography: p. 301-306.

New approaches to medicine and health

•   NAMAH / Sri Aurobindo International Institute for Integral Health and Research. Sri Aurobindo Society.— Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Society, 1993.— v.: ill. ; 25 cm. FREQUENCY: Twice a year.— NUMBERING: Began in 1993.— NOTES: A journal of Sri Aurobindo International Institute for Integral Health and Research. Description based on: Vol. 1, issue 2 (Feb. 21, 1994).

New Perspectives in Indian Literature in English. C. R. Yaravintelimath et al., eds.

•   New Delhi. Sterling. 1995. 192 pages. Rs300. ISBN 81-207-1757-0.

Nexus: newsletter for the USA Centers of Sri Aurobindoand the Mother

•   Berkeley, Ca.: Sri Aurobindo Association, 1992.— PUB TYPE: Serial.— FORMAT: v.FREQUENCY: Bimonthly.— NUMBERING: Began: Oct. 1992.— NOTES: Description based on: July 22, 1992, announcement issue; title from caption.

Niel, Andre

Shri Aurobindo, prophete d'une surhumanite cosmique

•   // Syntheses, Brussels 15, Belgium. Article in: vol. 227-228, 1965 Apr.— PAGES: 369-387.— LANGUAGE: French

Nine pictures / Sri Aurobindo Ashram

•   Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Ashram, 1960 1969

•   1st set.— 9 leaves of plates: all ill. ; 37 cm.— NOTES: Title from portfolio cover.

•   2nd set.— 9 leaves of plates: all ill. ; 37 cm.— NOTES: Title from portfolio cover.

Nirodbaran: Divinity’s Comrade / Edited by Hemant Kapoor

•   639 pp.— ISBN: 81-86413-27-8.— Rs 275

Nirodbaran Talukdar (1903-2006)

In English

Correspondence with Sri Aurobindo

•   In 2 Volumes

•   Pondicherry, 1954.— 191 p. 18 cm.

•   The complete set.— In 2 Vol.— Calcutta, 1954.
Vol.1.— 191 p. (Number at Russian State Library N 923/294)

•   2 vol.— Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Ashram Press, 1959.— 293 p. 18 cm.— CONTENTS: Spirituality (pp.3-130); Art and Literature (pp.133-222); Matters Medical (pp.231-299).

•   1st combined ed.— Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Ashram, 1969.— v. 21-23 cm.— NOTES: Vol. 3 has title: Sri Aurobindo's humour. Vols. 2- 1st ed., published by Sri Aurobindo International Centre of Education, Pondicherry.

•   Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Ashram, 1972.— v. 20cm.— NOTES:"Previously published in two volumes. The questions have been condensed."

•   1st complete ed.— Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Ashram, 1983 1984.— 2 v. (xv, 1188 p., [2] p. of plates): ports.; 22 cm.— NOTES: Includes index.

•   [1st combined ed.].— Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Ashram, 1969 1974.— 3 v. in 2 port.— NOTES: Vol. 1-2: "Previously published in two volumes. The questions have been condensed."

Nirodbaran Talukdar (1903-2006)

In English

Memorable Contacts with the Mother

Thoughtful and delightful reminiscences of a disciple, covering contacts with the Mother over a period of forty years

•   190 pp.— 81-7058-587-2. Rs 60

•   190p.— ISBN: 8190016083.

Nirodbaran Talukdar (1903-2006)

In English

Mrinalini Devi

•   32 pp.— ISBN: 81-86413-06-5.— Rs 20

Nirodbaran Talukdar (1903-2006); Bhattacharya Supriyo

Selected Essays and Talks of Nirodbaran / Compiled and edited by Supriyo Bhattacharya

•   271 pp.— Rs 100

Nirodbaran Talukdar (1903-2006)

In Spanish

Sri Aurobindayan: Un acercamiento a la vida de Sri Aurobindo.- In Spanish

•   / Translation into Spanish by Carolina Bernabeu Perez.- Primera edicion.- Calcuta: Mala Sen & Sasanka Sen, 1990

Nirodbaran Talukdar (1903-2006)

Sri Aurobindo: "I am here, I am here!"

•   Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Ashram, 1951.— 25 p.; 19 cm.

Nirodbaran Talukdar (1903-2006)

Sri Aurobindo for All Ages: A Biography

A biography suitable for young as well as mature readers, sprinkled with wit and humour and written in an intimate style characteristic of a biographer who has had years of close, personal contact with Sri Aurobindo

•   Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Ashram.— 241 pp.— ISBN: 81-7058-202-4.— Rs 80

•   Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Ashram, 1990.— 241 p., [4] p. of plates: ports. ; 22 cm.— ISBN: 8170582024

Nirodbaran Talukdar (1903-)

Talks with Sri Aurobindo

Vol. 1.— Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Ashram, 2001.— [viii], 513 pp.— ISBN: 81-7058-634-8

Vol. 2.— Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Ashram, 2001.— [viii], 514-1031 pp.— ISBN: 81-7058-635-6

•   Calcutta: Sri Aurobindo Pathamandir, 1966.— vii, 384 p. facsim. 23 cm.

•   Calcutta: Sri Aurobindo Pathamandir, 1966 1989.— 4 v.: facsim.; 24 cm.— NOTES: Vols. 2-3 have imprint: Sri Aurobindo International Centre of Education, Pondicherry. Vol. 4 has imprint: Pondicherry, Sri Mira Trust. Includes index.

Nirodbaran Talukdar (1903-)

Twelve Years With Sri Aurobindo

Memoirs from the period 1938–1950, revealing the personal and intimate aspect of Sri Aurobindo’s relationship with his disciples

•   Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Ashram.— 334 pp.— ISBN: 81-7058-099-4.— Rs 95

•   First edition.— Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Ashram, 1972.— 289 p. 20 cm.

•   Second Edition (Revised and Enlarged).— Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Ashram, 1973.— 306 p., [4] leaves of plates: ill.; 19 cm.

•   Third Edition (Revised and Enlarged).— Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Ashram, 1988.— 334 p.: ill.; 18 cm.

•   Berkeley: Sri Aurobindo Association, Incorporated, 1973.— 300 p.— ISBN/PRICE: 0890712441 TP; USD 11.00 R; ISBN/PRICE: 0318542889 TC

In English

Nirodbaran read Savitri

Nishikanta

Bonne Fête (Janmadin)

•   30 pp.— Rs 15

Nishikanta

Twenty-Five Lamps: Panchish Pradeep

•   16 pp.— Rs 10

Nishikanto, Roy Chowdhury

Dream Cadences

•   Pondicheґry : Kishor H. Gandhi, 1946.

Nishikanto, Roy Chowdhury

In English

Some poems

Niyogi, Himamsu

Om Sriarabindah saranam mama

•   Kalikata: Srmvantu, 1977.— 95, 23, 2 p.; 17 cm.— NOTES: Bengali or English.

Nolini Kanta Gupta SEE Gupta, Nolini Kanta

Nunnally, Anie

The Golden Path: Interviews with Disciples of Sri Aurobindo and the Mother from the Sri Aurobindo Ashram and Auroville

•   264 pp.— ISBN: 0-930736-05-2.— Rs 200

O

O'Connor, June E. (1941-)

Freedom in the thought of Sri Aurobindo Ghose; an ethical study

•   1974.- 191 l.- NOTES: Thesis (Ph. D.)--Temple University; 0225, 1973. Bibliography: l. 186-191. Photocopy. Ann Arbor, Mich.,: University Microfilms, 1974.- DAI, VOL. 34-06A, Page 3533, 00204 Pages

O'Connor, June E. (1941-)

The quest for political and spiritual liberation: a study in the thought of Sri Aurobindo Ghose

•   Rutherford [N.J.]: Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, 1977.- 153 p.; 22 cm.- NOTES: Includes index. Bibliography: p. 143-147.- ISBN/PRICE: 0838617344 TC; USD 16.50 R

O'Malia, Edwin Francis

The transformation of man

a descriptive comparative study in the thought of Sri Aurobindo (Ghose) and Zen Buddhism as explicated in the English language writing of Daisetz Teitaro Suzuki.- NOTES: Typescript. Deals with Sri Aurobindo Ghose only. Thesis (Ph. D.)--Temple University; 0225, 1979

•   [Philadelphia: s.n.], 1978.- iv, 202 leaves; 28 cm.- 1979. Bibliography: leaves 194-202.- DAI, VOL. 39-11A, Page 6826, 00209 Pages

•   [Philadelphia: s.n.], 1979 1978.- iv, 202 p.; 28 cm.- . Bibliography: p. 194-202. Photocopy. Ann Arbor, MI: University Microfilms International, 1979. 22 cm.- Microfilm of typescript. Ann Arbor, Mich.: Xerox University Microfilms, 1979. -- 1 reel; 35 mm. Bibliography: leaves 194-202.

O'Neil, Louis Thomas (1943-)

Towards the life divine: Sri Aurobindo's vision

•   New Delhi: Manohar, 1979.- vi, 103 p.: ill.; 23 cm.- Includes index. Bibliography: p. [100]-101.

Ockham, Joan Price

An introduction to Sri Aurobindo's philosophy

•   Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Ashram Press, 1977.- 185 p.; 19 cm.- NOTES: Includes bibliographical references.

Odin S.

Aurobindo and Hegel on the involution-evolution of absolute spirit

•   // Philosophy East & West, V31, N2, 1981 (Country: USA)

Olsson, Eva

The philosophy of Sri Aurobindo in the light of the Gospel

•   Madras: Christian Literature Society, 1959.- 73, [1] p., [1] leaf of plates: ill.; 22 cm.- SERIES: Indian research series; 10.- NOTES: Bibliography: p. [74] (Number at Russian State Library IN 61-39/1910)

On the Threshold of a New Age with Medhananda

Fragments of Conversations Recorded in French by Yvonne Artaud — Medhananda

•   199 pp.— ISBN: 81-86413-14-6.— scRs 125 hc Rs 150

P

Paliwal, B.B.

Sri Aurobindo on Keats

•   // Banasthali Patrika, Rajasthan, India. Article in: vol. 17-18, for 1971-72.- PAGES: 102-05.- LANGUAGE: English

Panday, Daulat

The Tales of India

Tales for young children, meant to inspire in them a sense of nobility, truth and honour, and inculcate values essential in later years

•   Part 1.— Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Ashram.— 114 pp.— ISBN: 81-7058-234-2.— Rs 35

•   Part 2.— Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Ashram.— 110 pp.— ISBN: 81-7058-212-1.— Rs 40

•   Part 3.— Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Ashram.— 126 pp.— ISBN: 81-7058-235-0.— Rs 45

Pandey, Sheojee (1947-)

Sri Aurobindo and Vedanta philosophy

•   New Delhi: Deep & Deep Publications, 1987.- 150 p.; 22 cm.- NOTES: Includes index. Bibliography: p. [141]-147.- ISBN: 8171000282

•   Columbia: South Asia Books, 1987.- ISBN/PRICE: 8171000282 TC; USD 21.00 R

Pandiappallil J.

The hindu personality in education - Tagore, Gandhi, Aurobindo - Cenkner,W: book review

•   // Journal of Dharma, V7, N4, 1982

Pandit in America

•   Pondicherry: Dipti Publications, 1980.- 57 p. ; 18 cm.- NOTES: The Aurobindo Ashram and M.P. Pandit: Become interview with Ron Jorgensen / by Peg Dederickson - Holy man spreads wisdom among an imperfect world / by Mike McLeod

Pandit, Madhav Pundalik (1918-1993)

Selected Works of M. P. Pandit

Volume 1.— Sri Aurobindo.— 501 pp.— hc Rs 150

Volume 2.— The Mother.— 506 pp.— hc Rs 150

Volume 3.— Yoga.— 640 pp.— ISBN: 81-7509-003-0.— hc Rs 200

Volume 4.— Traditions.— 640 pp.— ISBN: 81-7509-004-9.— hc Rs 300

Volume 5.— The World.— 522 pp.— ISBN: 81-7509-005-7.— hc Rs 300

Pandit, Madhav Pundalik (1918-1993)

A Summary of Savitri

Summarises Savitri in a narration that flows canto by canto, book by book

•   204 pp.— ISBN: 81-7509-009-X.— Rs 75

Pandit, Madhav Pundalik (1918-1993)

All Life is Yoga

•   Pondicherry, 1975.- 486p.; 20 cm. (Number at Russian State Library W 78/675)

Pandit, Madhav Pundalik (1918-1993)

An Early Chapter in the Mother’s Life

•   332 pp.— ISBN: 81-7509-007-3.— Rs 100

Pandit, Madhav Pundalik (1918-1993)

Art of Living

•   204p.

Pandit, Madhav Pundalik (1918-1993)

Bases of Tantra Sadhana

Sanskrit text and translation of the tantric sutras of Parasurama

•   46p.- ISBN: 8175090375.

Pandit, Madhav Pundalik (1918-1993)

Breath of grace

•   [Pondicherry: Dipti Publications], 1973.- 368 p. illus. 23 cm.

Pandit, Madhav Pundalik (1918-1993)

Commentaries on Sri Aurobindo’s Thought

•   Volume 1.— 170 pp.— ISBN: 81-7509-011-1.— Rs 75

•   Volume 2.— 167 pp.— ISBN: 81-7509-012-X.— Rs 75

•   Volume 3

•   Volume 4.— 134 pp.— Rs 50

Pandit, Madhav Pundalik (1918-1993)

Current problems in the light of Sri Aurobindo

•   2nd. ed.- Pondicherry: Dipti: Sri Aurobindo Ashram, 1968.- 39 p.: 18 cm.- NOTES: "Some statements of The Mother": p. [29-39].

Pandit, Madhav Pundalik (1918-1993)

Deathless Rose

Meditations on themes from Sri Aurobindo’s Sonnets

•   100 pp.— Rs 30

Pandit, Madhav Pundalik (1918-1993)

Dhyana

On meditation, concentration, contemplation, etc

•   60 pp.— ISBN: 81-7509-015-4.— Rs 15

Pandit, Madhav Pundalik (1918-1993)

Dictionary of Sri Aurobindo's Yoga

•   1st U.S. ed.- Twin Lakes, WI: Lotus Light Publications, 1992.- 315 p. ; 22 cm.- ISBN: 0941524744 (pbk.)

Pandit, Madhav Pundalik (1918-1993)

Glossary of Sanskrit terms in Sri Aurobindo's works.

•   [Ahmedabad: Sri Aurobindo Mandal, 1966.- 84 p. 21 cm.

•   Pondicherry, India: New York: DIPTI Publications; distributed by Matagiri, 1973.- 84 p.; 21 cm.

Pandit, Madhav Pundalik (1918-1993)

Grace of the great, and other essays

•   [2d ed.].- Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Ashram, 1963.- 113 p. 16 cm.

Pandit, Madhav Pundalik (1918-1993)

Heart of Sadhana

Talks on Sri Aurobindo's The Mother including Aspiration and Grace, Personal Effort, Divine Works, Four Powers of The Mother, Conditions for Transformation, etc

•   124p.

Pandit, Madhav Pundalik (1918-1993)

How Do I Begin: A Primer of Affirmative Spirituality

Explains some practical aspects of Sri Aurobindo’s Integral Yoga for new aspirants

•   61 pp.— ISBN: 81-7509-030-8.— Rs 20

Pandit, Madhav Pundalik (1918-1993)

How Do I Proceed: Key to Sadhana

Explains some practical aspects of Sri Aurobindo’s Integral Yoga for spiritual seekers

•   60 pp.— ISBN: 81-7509-026-X.— Rs 20

•   Pondicherry: Dipti Publications, 1982.- 60 p., [1] leaf of plates: port.; 19 cm.

Pandit, Madhav Pundalik (1918-1993)

Introducing Savitri

Five lectures introducing in simple language the epic poem of Sri Aurobindo

•   105 pp.— ISBN: 81-7509-049-9.— Rs 40

•   Pondicherry: Dipti Publications, 1982.- 79 p.; 23 cm.- SERIES: Sri Aurobindo-Mira lecture series; 1980-81

Pandit, Madhav Pundalik (1918-1993)

Introducing the Life Divine

Lectures on the philosophy of evolution, rebirth and transformation in The Life Divine by Sri Aurobindo, seen from both the theoretical as well as practical angle

•   136 pp.— ISBN: 81-7509-048-0.— Rs 50

Pandit, Madhav Pundalik (1918-1993)

Japa.- On mantras and chanting

•   47 pp.— ISBN: 81-7509-031-6.— Rs 10

Pandit, Madhav Pundalik (1918-1993)

Lamps of Light

•   Pondicherry, 1963.- 77p. (Numbers at Russian State Library IN 65-66/58; F 1-80/9284)

Pandit, Madhav Pundalik (1918-1993)

Legends in the Life Divine

•   284 pp.— Rs 50

Pandit, Madhav Pundalik (1918-1993)

Life Beautiful

Talks on “Higher Living”, “Responsibility of the Spiritual Man”, “The Mother in Daily Life”, “The Mother in Collective Living”, etc

•   130 pp.— ISBN: 81-7509-027-8.— Rs 50

Pandit, Madhav Pundalik (1918-1993)

Meditation: Background and Process — Two Talks

•   Sri Aurobindo Society.— 23 pp.— ISBN: 81-7060-002-2.— Rs 10

Pandit, Madhav Pundalik (1918-1993)

Mother and I

•   272 pp.— sc Rs 50 hc Rs 60

Pandit, Madhav Pundalik (1918-1993)

Moving into the 21st. Century

•   Bangalore, 1987.- 6p. (Number at Russian State Library 25 10/3-1)

Pandit, Madhav Pundalik (1918-1993)

In English

On Mother: AUDIO

•   : 01:06:02 / 7.55 Mb

Pandit, Madhav Pundalik (1918-1993)

In English

On vibrations

Pandit, Madhav Pundalik (1918-1993)

Pitfalls in Sadhana: Three Sat-Sang Talks, February 1987

•   27 pp.— ISBN: 81-7509-036-7.— Rs 15

Pandit, Madhav Pundalik (1918-1993)

In English

Reads Savitri: AUDIO

Pandit, Madhav Pundalik (1918-1993)

Readings in Savitri, Sri Aurobindo's epic.

•   Pondicherry, 1973.- Vol.7. Book 2, 3, 4, 5.- 855 p. (Number at Russian State Library W C/78/177)

•   [Pondicherry: Dipti Publications], 1969 1977.- 10 v. 19 cm.- NOTES: Includes A. Ghose's Savitri.

Pandit, Madhav Pundalik (1918-1993)

Reminiscenses and Anecdotes of Sri Aurobindo

Compiled from autobiographical statements of Sri Aurobindo

•   216p.

Pandit, Madhav Pundalik (1918-1993)

Sadhana in Sri Aurobindo's yoga.

•   [Pondicherry?], 1962.- 99 p. 22 cm.

•   [2d ed.].- [Pondicherry?]: 1964.- 107 p. 22 cm.

Pandit, Madhav Pundalik (1918-1993)

Saivism: A religio-philosophical history

•   1987.- 218 p. (Number at Russian State Library 5    88-27/99-x)

Pandit, Madhav Pundalik (1918-1993)

Savitri: talks in Germany

•   1st ed.- Pondicherry, India: Dipti Publications, Sri Aurobindo Ashram, 1987.- FORMAT: 158 p., [1] leaf of plates: port.; 19 cm.- NOTES: Philosophical discourses, 1979-1985, on Savitri, a poem about Savitri, Hindu deity, by Aurobindo Ghose (Sri Aurobindo), 1872-1950.

Pandit, Madhav Pundalik (1918-1993)

Sidelights on Sri Aurobindo

•   220 pp.— Rs 50

Pandit, Madhav Pundalik (1918-1993)

Singapore chapter

•   Pondicherry: Dipti Publications, 1976.- 167 p.

Pandit, Madhav Pundalik (1918-1993)

Spiritual Communion: Based upon the Mother’s Prayers and Meditations

Deeply touching studies on Mother's Prayers and Meditations gleaned from talks and writings by the author, along with Gems from The Mother and a compilation of some of her flower messages

•   456 pp.— hc Rs 75

Pandit, Madhav Pundalik (1918-1993)

Spiritual Life: Theory and Practice

On Hathayoga, Rajayoga, the Yoga of Love and Devotion, and the means to adopt in the practice of the Integral Yoga

•   252 pp.— Rs 50

Pandit, Madhav Pundalik (1918-1993)

Sri Aurobindo

•   118 pp.— ISBN: 81-215-0789-8.— hc Rs 225

Pandit, Madhav Pundalik (1918-1993)

Sri Aurobindo, a survey, 1872-1972.

•   Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Ashram, 1972.- 80 p. 19 cm.

•   New York: Vantage, 1974.- 80 p.; 21 cm.

Pandit, Madhav Pundalik (1918-1993)

Sri Aurobindo: studies in the light of his thought

•   Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Ashram, 1957.- [7], 247 p. ; 19 cm.- NOTES: "This is a collection of studies contributed by the author to various journals, mostly connected with the Ashram, juring the years 1948-1957." (Numbers at Russian State Library IN 58-61/28; F 1-61/1714)

Pandit, Madhav Pundalik (1918-1993)

Sri Aurobindo; studies in the light of his thought

•   Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Ashram, 1961.- 247 p. 19 cm.

Pandit, Madhav Pundalik (1918-1993)

Sri Aurobindo and His Yoga

•   Twin Lakes: Lotus Light Publications, April 1987.- 196 p.- ISBN/PRICE: 0941524256 TP; USD 6.95 R

•   1st ed.- Wilmot, WI: Lotus Light Publications, 1987.- 107 p. ; 22 cm.- ISBN: 0941524256

Pandit, Madhav Pundalik (1918-1993)

Sri Aurobindo and the Mother: an introduction

•   Pondicherry: Dipti Publications, 1975.- 63 p.; 19 cm.

Pandit, Madhav Pundalik (1918-1993)

Summary of Savitri

Summarised from the author's voluminous Readings in Savitri, the story as well as the symbolic meaning of Sri Aurobindo's epic poem is narrated canto by canto

•   212p.- ISBN: 817509009X.

Pandit, Madhav Pundalik (1918-1993)

Talks on the Life Divine

•   1st ed.- Pondicherry: Dipti Publications, 1981.- 185 p.; 19 cm.

Pandit, Madhav Pundalik (1918-1993)

Tell Us of the Mother

Pandit, Madhav Pundalik (1918-1993)

The adventure of consciousness

•   San Francisco: New Dimensions Foundation, 1982.- PUB TYPE: Recording.- FORMAT: 2 sound cassettes.- NOTES: Originally broadcast on New Dimensions program by KQED Radio. Introduced by Michael Thoms. MUSIC NO: New Dimensions Foundation; #1209

Pandit, Madhav Pundalik (1918-1993)

The Book of Beginnings: Talks on Sri Aurobindo’s Savitri: Book One

•   392 pp.— ISBN: 81-7509-086-3.— Rs 150

•   Pondicherry: Dipti Publications, 1983.- 350 p.; 22 cm.- NOTES: Includes quotations from Sri Aurobindo's Savitri.

Pandit, Madhav Pundalik (1918-1993)

The book of the Divine Mother

•   Pondicherry: Dipti Publications, 1986.- 391 p.; 23 cm.- NOTES: Transcript of talks on Savitri, philosophical epic, by Aurobindo Ghose, 1872-1950; includes selections.

Pandit, Madhav Pundalik (1918-1993)

The concept of man in Sri Aurobindo and other themes

•   Pondicherry, India: Dipti Publications, 1987.- 439 p.; 23 cm.- NOTES: Collected lectures on philosophy, society, and Indian culture.

Pandit, Madhav Pundalik (1918-1993)

The Teaching of Sri Aurobindo

•   56 pp.— ISBN: 81-7509-038-3.— Rs 30

•   Madras: Sri Aurobindo Study Circle, 1959.- 75 p. port.

•   2d ed.- Bombay: Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan, 1964.- vi, 64 p.; 19 cm.- SERIES: Bhavan's Book University. Rupee series, 18

•   2nd ed.- Bombay: Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan, 1978.- 64 p. ; 19 cm.- SERIES: Bhavan's book university ; 234.

Pandit, Madhav Pundalik (1918-1993)

The Upanishads: Gateways of Knowledge

•   Madras: Ganesh, 1960.- ix, 174 p. (Number at Russian State Library IN 62-31/19)

Pandit, Madhav Pundalik (1918-1993)

The yoga of knowledge: based on Sri Aurobindo's Synthesis of yoga

•   281 pp.— ISBN: 81-7822-078-4.— Rs 195

•   1st ed.- Pomona, Calif.: Auromere, 1979.- 281 p.; 22 cm.- SERIES: Talks at centre; 2.- ISBN: 0897440021 089744003X (pbk.)

Pandit, Madhav Pundalik (1918-1993)

The Yoga of Love: based on Sri Aurobindo's Synthesis of yoga

•   103 pp.— ISBN: 81-7822-057-1.— Rs 125

•   1st U.S.A. ed.- Wilmot, WI: Lotus Light Publications, 1982.- 103 p.; 22 cm.- SERIES: Talks at centre; 3.- ISBN: 0941524167

Pandit, Madhav Pundalik (1918-1993)

The yoga of self-perfection: based on Sri Aurobindo's Synthesis of yoga

•   Wilmot, 1983.- 308 p. (Number at Russian State Library IN 801-90/4593-3)

Pandit, Madhav Pundalik (1918-1993)

The Yoga of Transformation

Elucidating the steps towards and difficulties of psychic, spiritual and supramental transformation

•   134 pp.— ISBN: 81-7509-010-3.— Rs 60

Pandit, Madhav Pundalik (1918-1993)

The Yoga of Works

•   185 pp.— ISBN: 81-7822-079-2.— Rs 175

Pandit, Madhav Pundalik (1918-1993)

Thoughts on the Gita

A Study of Sri Aurobindo’s Essays on the Gita, Includes Gems from Essays on the Gita

A chapter-by-chapter summary of Sri Aurobindo’s Essays on the Gita, serving as a companion-guide to aid its study.

•   345 pp.— ISBN: 81-7509-029-4.— hc Rs 200

Pandit, Madhav Pundalik (1918-1993)

Under The Mother's banner

•   Pondicherry: Dipti Publications, 1975.- 167 p.; 19 cm.

Pandit, Madhav Pundalik (1918-1993)

Yoga for the Modern Man

Introduces Hathayoga, Rajayoga, the Triple Path and Tantrayoga, leading to the Integral Yoga of Sri Aurobindo in which the essence of all past yogas is combined

•   115 pp.— ISBN: 81-7509-018-9.— Rs 30

Pandit, Madhav Pundalik (1918-1993)

Yoga in Sri Aurobindo’s Epic ‘Savitri’

Various kinds of yoga are represented in Savitri. This book is written from the angle of the yoga of the individual which is the crux of all the dimensions of yoga: the call, the conditions, difficulties and the process

•   236 pp.— ISBN: 81-7509-008-1.— Rs 60

•   Pondicherry: Dipti Publications, 1976.- 236 p.; 19 cm.- NOTES: Running title: Yoga in Savitri. Includes bibliographical references.

Pandit, Madhav Pundalik (1918-1993)

Yoga of Transformation

Based on Sri Aurobindo's letters, presenting a detailed description of the psychic, spiritual and supramental transformation, steps on the way, practical difficulties and their resolution

•   134p.- ISBN: 8175090103.

Pani, Raghunath (1923-)

Integral education: thought and practice

•   New Delhi: Ashish Pub. House, 1987.- xxii, 633 p.; 23 cm.- NOTES: Includes index. Bibliography: p. [600]-605. Comprehensive study on the new approach of the education policy of the Government of India, in comparison with the integral education of Aurobindo Ghose, 1872-1950.- ISBN: 8170241561:

Paranjape, Makarand R.

Mysticism in Indian English poetry (Sri Aurobindo, Puran Singh, Sri Ananda Acharya, Krishnamurti, India): Degree: PH.D

Defining mysticism as the quest for, and the attainment of, complete self-realization, this dissertation examines the work of four major and nine minor Indian English mystical poets. The study devotes a chapter each to mysticism in the poetry of Sri Ananda Acharya, Jiddu Krishnamurti, Puran Singh, and two chapters to Sri Aurobindo, the former on his mystical poetry, except Savitri, and the latter on the epic. A long chapter examines the minor mystical poets, Swami Rama Tirtha, Swami Paramananda, Paramahansa Yogananda, Swami Vivekenanda, Swami Sivananda, Mohan Singh, Nissim Ezekiel, Girdhari Tikku, and Syed Amanuddin. In the chapters on the major poets, each poet's mysticism is considered as a unity with a four-fold division consisting of the mystical experience itself, other goals besides the mystical experience, the way to these goals, and the incentives to spiritual life. These chapters also contain a biographical sketch of the author, and a description of his major works. In the case of the minor mystical poets, little biographical and bibliographical detail is provided, and the focus is primarily on the mystical experience. The introduction offers a historical perspective on mysticsm in Indian English poetry, explains the key terms and the methodology used, and clarifies the bases for the selection of the chosen poets. The conclusion outlines the common features of the mystical experience in these poets, which include dissolution or disintegration of the ego or the limited self; union with the Absolute, whether known as the Beloved, God, Guru, or Truth; a transformation and expansion of consciousness; an experience of ineffable joy and bliss; and the ending of suffering, confusion, and doubt. It also synthesized a universe in which these poets function by comparing the major patterns of imagery used by them. The Appendix is a partially annotated bibliography of Indian English religious poetry. To sum up, this is an exploratory and descriptive study, highlighting an area that has hitherto received little attention.

•   1985 / University Of Illinois At Urbana-Champaign; 0090 // DAI, VOL. 46-11A, Page 3355, 00359 Pages

Paranjape, Makarand R. (Compilator and editor)

The Spirit’s Manifest Home: The Story of Sri Aurobindo Ashram Delhi Branch

•   168 pp.— Rs 50

Parappully, Jose

Pastoral counselor as social catalyst: inculturating pastoral counseling in India (Integral yoga, Sri Aurobindo, transpersonal psychology): Degree: M.A.

This study explores the social dimension of pastoral counseling. Western literature traditionally assigns a limited objective to pastoral counseling by focusing on personal healing and personal transformation, and considering the social only or mostly as a context for the personal. Using the method of comparative theology and the insights of classically Christian (Pauline theology) and classically Indian (Yoga psychology) traditions, this study argues that social transformation is a valid and necessary objective of pastoral counseling. The contemporary situation of India is used as the context to argue for and illustrate the thesis. Meditation as found in the Integral Yoga of Sri Aurobindo, an Indian mystic and social activist, and as practised in transpersonal psychotherapy, is presented as a relevant tool for both inculturating pastoral counseling in India and for enhancing the social transformational dimension of pastoral Counseling in the traditionally Christian countries of the West.

•   1992 / Loyola University of Chicago; 0112.- Adviser: Charles Hallisey // MAI, VOL. 35-01, Page 0035, 00147 Pages.

Parker, Jill Elizabeth (1948-)

Freedomas "Moksha": a study of the conical philosophy of Pierre Teilhard de Chardin and the conical frustrum philosophy of Sri Aurobindo

•   1973.- iii, [2], 88 leaves: ill. ; 28cm.- NOTES: Includes abstract and vita. Thesis (M.A.)-HartfordSeminary Foundation, 1973. Includesbibliographicalreferences (leaves 86-88).

Pasternak, Carla Sugarman (1945-)

The poetry of Aurobindo: an Oriental response to Western materialism

•   1972.- 186 leaves 29 cm. - NOTES: Typescript. Vita. Thesis (Ph. D.)-University of Wisconsin-Madison; 0262, 1972. Includes bibliography.- DAI, VOL. 33-11A, Page 6322, 00192 Pages

Pasupati

On the Mother Divine

•   124 pp.— Rs 75

Patel, Ambalal Bhailalbhai (1898-)

Towards a new world-order

•   Pondicherry: World Union International, 1974.- x, 165 p., [1] leaf of plates: ill.; 22 cm.

Patel, Chandrakant P.

Study of the psychological foundation of the "free progress system" as evolved in Sri Aurobindo International Centre of Education

•   1st ed.- Bokhira, Porbandar, India: Pondicherry, India: Sri Aurobindo Study Circle, Bokhira-Porbandar; Distributor, Sri Aurobindo Books Distribution Agency, 1986.- xix, 290 p.; 22 cm.- NOTES: Spine title: Free progress system. Originally presented as the author's thesis (Ph. D.--Saurashtra University) Includes index. Bibliography: p. 227-238.

Patel, Govindbhai (1906-)

My pilgrimage to the spirit

•   2d rev. ed.- Ahmedabad: Grace Infinite Foundation Trust: sole distributor, Patel, 1977.- xv, 176 p., [4] leaves of plates: ports.; 22 cm.- NOTES: "GIFT publications." "Mother's birth centenary international edition." "Guide lights from Sri Aurobindo, December 30, 1927 to March 1935": p. [13]-88.

Pattanaik, Dipti R.

'The Holy Refusal': A Vedantic Interpretation of J.D. Salinger's Silence

•   // MELUS, Summer98, Vol. 23 Issue 2, p113, 15p.- ISSN: 0163-755X

Pavitra (Philip Barbier de Saint-Hilaire)

Education and the Aim of Human Life

On the educational ideal of Sri Aurobindo and the Mother and the educational method developed at the Sri Aurobindo International Centre of Education

•   Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Ashram.— 184 pp.— ISBN: 81-7058-245-8.— Rs 70

Pavitra (Philip Barbier de Saint-Hilaire)

On Meditation and Discipline

•   Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Ashram.— 14 pp.— ISBN: 81-7058-696-8.— Rs 6

•   14p.- ISBN: 8170582822.

Pavitra (Philip Barbier de Saint-Hilaire)

In English

Talks with Sri Aurobindo

Pavitra (Philip Barbier de Saint-Hilaire); Monod-Herzon, Gabriel

The message of Sri Aurobindo Ashram

•   Podicherri: Sri Aurobindo Ashram, 1954.

•   Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Ashram, 1947.- 36 p., 16 p. of plates: ill.; 25 cm.

Pearson, Nathaniel

Sri Aurobindo and the soul quest of man; three steps to spiritual knowledge

•   London: Allen & Unwin, 1952.- 127 p. front. (port.) 22 cm.

Perspectives of Savitri

•   Volume One.— 556 pp.— Rs 300

•   Volume Two.— 605 pp.— Rs 300

Phillips, Stephen Hall

Aurobindo's concept of supermind

•   // International Philosophical Quarterly v. 25 (Dec. '85) p. 403-18.- 0019-0365.- PLACE: United States.- LANGUAGE: English

Phillips, Stephen Hall

Aurobindo's philosophy of Brahman: Degree: PH.D.

The thesis undertakes a critical examination of the central concepts and claims of a modern Indian metaphysician, Sri Aurobindo (Ghose). Aurobindo says that while his philosophy is interpretive of all experience it is expressive of mystic experience in particular, his own and that of others. Chapter 1 considers this position by addressing the epistemology of mysticism. Under what conditions might mystic experience constitute reason to believe in the objective truth of particular mystic claims? This question is for the most part debated in abstraction from the content of Aurobindo's philosophy, so that Chapter 1 could be considered prolegomena to the study of almost any mystic philosophy. Aurobindo's particular mystic philosophy relies on broad ideas of earlier Indian thought, though his formal education was Western and he wrote in English. He would have us believe that his effort to understand his own extraordinary experiences, which supposedly ensued from his personal practice of yoga, led him to develop ideas forged in ancient Indian mystic traditions. Chapter 2 considers the general nature and philosophic import of his dependence on earlier Indian thought. It is motivated by the worry that Aurobindo may be more Hindu apologist than mystic empiricist in his defense of Indian mysticism and some of its doctrines. Chapter 3 presents a thorough, critical exposition of Aurobindo's concept of the Absolute (Brahman). In its critique, it integrates themes of mystic empiricism and intellectual history commenced previously. The fourth and final chapter addresses issues of theodicy and eschatology which are crucial to the coherence of Aurobindo's view. It also probes the value of the mystic goals proposed by him, bringing to bear on the topic much of the previous discussion. There particular pragmatic criteria are delineated as decisive for assessing Aurobindo's worldview, mystic tradition, and extraordinary experiences. 296 pages. Chapter titles: 'Epistemology of Mysticism,' 'Aurobindo and Indian Tradition,' 'The Nature of Absolute,' and 'Divine Life: What's It Worth?'

•   1982 / Harvard University; 0084 // DAI, VOL. 43-05A, Page 1577, 00305 Pages

Phillips, Stephen Hall

Aurobindo's philosophy of Brahman

•   Leiden: E.J. Brill, 1986.- xii, 200 p.; 25 cm.- NOTES: Includes index. Bibliography: p. [187]-194.- ISBN: 9004077650

In English

Phillips, Stephen Hall

Book review -- Peter Heehs. Aurobindo, Sri - a brief biography

•   Delhi: Oxford University Press, 1989. Pp. x + 172 // Philosophy east & west / University of Hawaii Press, V41, N4, Oct 1991. Pp.575-577.- Language: ENGLISH.- ISSN: 0031-8221.- Number: 9609190119.

Phillips, Stephen Hall

'Savitri' and Aurobindo criterion of spiritual-objectivity

•   // Journal of south asian literature, V24, N1, 1989. P37-49

Phillips, Stephen Hall

The Central Argument of Aurobindo's The Life Divine

•   // Philosophy East and West: A Quarterly of Comparative Philosophy (PE&W), Honolulu, HI. Article in: vol. 35 no. 3, 1985 July.- PAGES: 271-284.- STANDARD NO: 0031-8221.- LANGUAGE: English.- PLACE: United States

Phillips, Stephen Hall

Book reviews

•   // Philosophy East & West / University of Hawaii Press.- v41 n4, Oct 1991, p. 575. 3 pages.- STANDARD NO.: 0031-8221.- ABSTRACT: Reviews the book 'Sri Aurobindo: A Brief Biography,' by Peter Heehs.

Podgorski F.R.

Realization of god according to Sri-Aurobindo - a study of a Neo-Hindu vision on the divinization of man - Nedumpalakunnel,G.: book review

•   // Theological studies, V41, N2, 1980

Poems on Sri Aurobindo and the Mother

•   Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Ashram, 1954.

Prabhakar (Batti)

Among the Not So Great

•   276 pp.— ISBN: 81-86413-26-X.— Rs 80

Prasad, Narayan

Life in Sri Aurobindo Ashram

•   Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Ashram, 1965.- 319 p. illus., ports. 23 cm.- NOTES: Bibliographical footnotes.

•   [2d rev. & enl. ed.— Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Ashram, 1968.— 401 p. illus., ports. 23 cm.— NOTES: Bibliographical footnotes.

Prasada, Narayana

Sri Aravinda-sahitya

•   1964.- 68, [4] p. 22 cm.- NOTES: In Hindi. Bibliography: p. [69]-[72]

Prasad, Shree Krishna

Sri Aurobindo on the Process of Poetic Creation

•   // Banasthali Patrika, Rajasthan, India. Article in: vol. 17-18, for 1971-72.- PAGES: 18-35.- LANGUAGE: English

Prasad, Shree Krishna

Sri Aurobindo on the Romantics

•   // Banasthali Patrika, Rajasthan, India. Article in: vol. 17-18, for 1971-72.- PAGES: 94-101.- LANGUAGE: English

Prasad, Shree Krishna

The literary criticism of Sri Aurobindo, with special reference to poetry

•   Patna: Bharati Bhawan Publishers & Distributors, 1974.- 487 p., [1] leaf of plates: port.; 25 cm.- NOTES: Originally presented as author's thesis, Patna University. Includes copious quotations from Aurobindo Ghose's works. Includes index. Bibliography: p. [476]-483.

Pre-Natal Education: Towards a Glorious Future

The Mother said “True maternity begins with the conscious creation of a being.” This book attempts to bring clarity to young minds on the true purpose of marriage and child-birth. Essays by various authors

•   Sri Aurobindo Society.— 48 pp.— ISBN: 81-7060-099-5.— Rs 40

Prema Nandakumar

Sri Aurobindo Revisited

•   // Indian literature.- Volume 35, Number 5.- September, 1992.- P.: 194-196.- ISSN: 0019-5804

Presentation d'Auroville: cite de l'aurore, ville de l'avenir

•   Paris: Association pour Auroville, 1960 1976.- 48 p.: ill.; 16 x 24 cm.

Price, Joan

An Introduction to Sri Aurobindo’s Philosophy

The author states, “It is the purpose of this small volume to introduce the reader to Sri Aurobindo’s life and thought with a short biographical sketch of some of his reported inner experiences and the essential elements of the magnificent philosophy that resulted from these experiences.”

•   Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Ashram.— 142 pp.— ISBN: 81-7058-374-8.— Rs 50

Provencher, Claude (1947-)

L'âme dans l'oeuvre de Sri Aurobindo

•   Sainte Foy: Université du Québec, 1987.- 3 microfiches (149 im.).- SERIES: Mémoires et thčses de l'Université du Québec; 01045.- NOTES: Thčse (M.A.)--Université du Québec ŕ Montréal, 1985. Comprend une bibliogr.- ISBN: 2762809592

Pujalala (1901-)

Janmadinanam kavyo

•   Pondiceri: Savitri Prakasana, Sri Aravinda Asrama, 1992.- 932 p. ; 23 cm.- NOTES: Poems. In Gujarati; includes a few poems in Sanskrit. OTHER: Sri Aurobindo Ashram

Pujalala (1901-)

Stotrasamhita

•   1. avrttih.- Pandiceri: Aravindasrama, 1977.- 171 p., [2] leaves of plates: ports.; 23 cm.- NOTES: English and Sanskrit.- ALT TITLE: Stotrasamhita. English & Sanskrit

Purani, Ambalal Balkrishna

In English

Evening talks with Sri Aurobindo

Purani, Ambalal Balkrishna

Lectures on Savitri: Lectures Delivered in the United States

•   Sri Aurobindo Society.— 86 pp.— ISBN: 81-7060-036-7.— Rs 25

Purani, Ambalal Balkrishna

Pathikani samskara yatrao

•   1964.- 116 p. port. 19 cm.- NOTES: In Gujarati. Errata slip inserted.- SUBJECT: Ghose, Aurobindo, -- 1872-1950.

Purani, Ambalal Balkrishna, Nirodbaran

Reminiscences and Anecdotes of Sri Aurobindo

Compiled from the writings of Sri Aurobindo and from the reports of Sri Aurobindo’s talks by A.B. Purani and Nirodbaran. Arranged topic-wise.

•   216 pp.— ISBN: 81-7509-019-7.— Rs 75

Purani, Ambalal Balkrishna

Savitri guńjana

•   1964 1965.- 2 v. fol. col. ill. 20 cm.- NOTES: In Gujarati.

Purani, Ambalal Balkrishna

Sri Aurobindo: addresses on his life and teachings

•   Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Ashram, 1955.- 351 p. 22 cm.

Purani, Ambalal Balkrishna

Sri Aurobindo: some aspects of his vision.

•   1st ed.- Bombay: Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan, 1966.- xi, 196 p.; 19 cm.- SERIES: Bhavan's book university; 140.- NOTES: Bibliographical footnotes. (At Russian see at Library of INION).

•   2d ed.- Bombay: Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan, 1977.- xi, 196 p.; 19 cm.- SERIES: Bhavan's book university; 140.- NOTES: Bibliographical footnotes.

Purani, Ambalal Balkrishna

Sri Aurobindo in England

•   Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Ashram, 1956.- [5], 97 p. illus. 19 cm. (Number at Russian State Library IN 58-3/370; F 1-80/9578)

Purani, Ambalal Balkrishna

Sri Aurobindo's Life Divine; lectures delivered in the U.S.A

•   Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Ashram.— 282 pp.— ISBN: 81-7058-142-7.— Rs 75

•   [1st ed.- Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Ashram, 1966.- 282 p. ports. (part col.) 21 cm.

Purani, Ambalal Balkrishna

Sri Aurobindo's Savitri; an approach and a study

Savitri does not lend itself easily to mere intellectual understanding. Its meaning, rather its Reality, is to be felt. One has to allow the vibration of it to sink into oneself. This book is meant to acquaint readers with the general idea, the legend and the symbols behind the epic

•   Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Ashram.— 370 pp.— ISBN: 81-7058-683-6.— Rs 135

•   2nd enl. ed.- Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Ashram, 1956.- viii, 393 p. (At Russian see at Library of INION).

•   2nd enl. ed.- Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Society; [distributors: Sri Aurobindo Books Distribution Agency], 1970.- viii, 397 p. 22 cm.

Purani, Ambalal Balkrishna

Sriaravinda darsane

•   1th Ed. avrtti. - Ananda: Sri Aravinda Karyalaya, 1941.- iv, 92 p.: ill.; 19 cm.

Purani, Ambalal Balkrishna

Studies in Vedic interpretation, on the lines of Sri Aurobindo

•   [1st ed.].- Varanasi: Chowkhamba Sanskrit Series Office, 1963.- 2, 296 p. 23 cm.- SERIES: Caukhamba-Samskrta-granthamala, 32. (At Russian see at Russian National Library, S-Petersburg, Sadovaya 18)

Purani, Ambalal Balkrishna

Technical terms of Sri Aurobindo's philosophy

•   [2d ed.].- Anand: Sri Aurobindo Karyalaya, 1949.- 24 p. 19 cm. (Number at Russian State Library F 1-66/3589)

Purani, Ambalal Balkrishna

The life of Sri Aurobindo (1872-1926).

An extensive biography tracing significant events in the life of Sri Aurobindo, as well as the evolution of his spiritual thought, with numerous extracts from his writings

•   Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Ashram.— 440 pp.— ISBN: 81-7058-080-3.— Rs 125

•   [1st ed.].- Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Ashram, 1958.- 315 p. illus. 23 cm.

•   2d ed.- Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Ashram, 1960.- vi, 372 p., 21 leaves of plates: ill.; 22 cm. (Number at Russian State Library F 1-61/1707)

•   a source book.- [3d ed.].- Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Ashram, 1964.- vi, 335 p. illus. ports. 22 cm.

•   4th ed., fully rev.- Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Ashram, 1978.- xxii, 440 p., [9] leaves of plates: ill.; 23 cm.- NOTES: Includes index. Bibliography: p. [371]-417.

•   Berkeley: Sri Aurobindo Association, Incorporated, 1987.- 440 p.: ill.- ISBN/PRICE: 8170580803 TC; USD 15.00 R

Putuvaiyil tica paktarkal

•   1966.- viii, 159 p. 19 cm.- NOTES: In Tamil.- SUBJECT: Paratiyar, -- 1882-1921. Alyar, V. V. S. Ghose, Aurobindo, -- 1872-1950. OTHER: Nakacami, N.

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Quiles, Ismael

El hombre y la evoluciăn segęn Aurobindo y Teilhard

•   Buenos Aires: Ediciones Depalma, 1976.- xxiii, 154 p.; 23 cm.- SERIES: Colecciăn Oriente-Occidente; 1.- NOTES: Bibliography: p. [147]-154.

Quiles, Ismael

La persona segun Sri Aurobindo y Teilhard de Chardin

•   // Convivium: Revista de Investigacao e Cultura, Sao Paulo, Brazil. Article in: vol. 18, 1975.- PAGES: 3-12.- LANGUAGE: English

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Rafique, M.

Sri Aurobindo and Iqbal: a comparative study of their philosophy

•   Aligarh: Aligarh Muslim University, 1974.— 213 p.; 25 cm.— NOTES: "A Faculty of Arts publication." Originally presented as the author's thesis, Aligarh Muslim University. Includes index. Bibliography: p. [196]-207.

Rafique, M.

Sri Aurobindo's ideal of human life

•   New Delhi: Ashish, 1987.— x, 130 p.; 22 cm.— NOTES: Includes index. Bibliography: p. [122]-128.— ISBN: 8170240743

Rager, Gunter H. (1938-)

Die Philosophie von Sri Aurobindo im Hinblick auf Person. Dhang-Diss. Vogelegh von G.R.

•   Munchen, 1965.— xvii, 216, 57 p. 21 cm.— NOTES: Vita. Inaug.—Diss.—Munich. Bibliography: p. 49.(Number at Russian State Library NEM 199/6)

Raghunath, T. Raman

Metaphysics and human development: a study of Aurobindo's theory of human development

This dissertation is a study of Aurobindo's theory of human development and its metaphysical foundations. I argue that in accordance with his affirmation of the priority of metaphysics, Aurobindo builds his theory of human development on the basis of his system of metaphysics, and that, therefore, an understanding of his metaphysics is indispensable. I claim that the core of his metaphysics is constituted of seven theories: (1) the theory of Brahman, (2) the theory of the Supermind, (3) the theory of Involution, (4) the theory of Supraphysical Worlds and Beings, (5) the theory of Evolution, (6) the theory of Rebirth, and (7) the theory of Human Nature. I then deal with some issues pertaining to these theories. In Part II, I offer a reconstruction of Aurobindo's theory of the stages of human development and his developmental model. I clarify his descriptions of the higher stages of development and provide illustrations of the types of states of consciousness corresponding to them. I also extract his hitherto unrecognised developmental model from his numerous observations on the course of development and compare it with the standard model derived from the work of Piaget and Kohlberg. I argue that Aurobindo' s model is a better model and refer to some recent criticisms of the Piaget-Kohlberg model. I conclude that although Aurobindo has linked his theory of human development to his metaphysics such that if we accept his metaphysics we are bound to accept the major claims of his theory of human development, the two can be delinked, and that his theory of human development can be evaluated independently of his metaphysics by reference to historical and cross-cultural data on spiritual development.

•   [Hamilton, Ont.], 1993.— xi, 373 leaves ; 28 cm.— NOTES: Thesis (Ph. D.)-McMaster University (Canada); 0197, 1993.— Adviser: E. Simpson.— Includes bibliographical references (leaves 367-373).— DAI, VOL. 55-06A, Page 1583, 00387 Pages.— ISBN: 0-315-88013-9.

Rajnath

Sri Aurobindo and T.S. Eliot as Critics

•   // ACLALS Bulletin, Lennoxville, Quebec, Canada. Article in: vol. 4 no. 5, 1977.— PAGES: 52-57.— LANGUAGE: English.— PUB TYPE: journal article

Ranade, Sraddhalu

Meeting of Science and Spirituality.— This talk continues the series which started with Technology of Consciousness

•   14p.— ISBN: 817509043X.

Ranade, Sraddhalu

The Technology of Consciousness

This talk describes with profound insight observations by science and personal experiments in consciousness

•   15 pp.— ISBN: 81-7509-040-5.— Rs 10

Ranchan, Som P. (1932-)

Aurobindonian yoga: a revisioning

•   Delhi: Konark Publishers, 1993.— vi, 76 p. ; 23 cm.— ISBN: 8122003087

Ranchan, Som P. (1932-)

Sri Aurobindo as a political thinker: an interdisciplary study.

•   New Delhi: Konark Publishers, 1988.— x, 103 p. ; 21 cm.— Stamp on t.p.: distributed by Ardent Books, N.Y. Includes bibliographical references and index.

•   Eliot: Advent Books, Incorporated, Sept. 1989.— 113 p.— ISBN/PRICE: 8122001114 CT; USD 15.95 R

Ranchan, Som P. (1932-)

The Aesthetics of Aurobindo

•   // Prasad, R. C. (ed.); Sharma, A. K. (ed.). Modern Studies and Other Essays in Honour of Dr. R. K. Sinha. New Delhi: Vikas, 1987. xiv, 304 pp.— PAGES: 224-238.— LANGUAGE: English.— PUB TYPE: book article

Ranganathan, A.

Sri Aurobindo as an Art Critic

•   // Indian Literature, New Delhi-110001, India. Article in: vol. 15 no. 2, 1972.— PAGES: 40-44.— STANDARD NO: 0019-5804.— LANGUAGE: English

Rand Hicks See Hicks, Rand

Rangaswamy, Manonmani

Geetha mala

•   Madras: Sri Aurobindo Society, 1989.— viii, 107 p.: ports. ; 22 cm.— NOTES: Songs, with melody indication. On cover: Devotional hymns on Sri Aurobindo & the Divine Mother. English, Hindi, and Tamil.

Rao, D. Venkateswara

Sri Aurobindo and the Poets of the Dawn

•   236 pp.— ISBN: 81-85972-85-0.— hc Rs 225

Rao, D. Venkateswara

Sri Aurobindo: The Critic of English Poetry

•   217 pp.— ISBN: 81-7510-050-8.— hc Rs 225

Rao, P. Nagaraja

Sri Aurobindo: Prophet of the New Age

•   // Indian Horizons, New Delhi-110001, India. Article in: vol. 21 no. 4, 1972.— PAGES: 30-36.— STANDARD NO: 0019-7203.— LANGUAGE: English

Ravala, Panditarava

Punyasloka Ambubhai Purani

•   2. avrtti.— Rajapipala, ji. Bharuca: Gujarata Vyayama Pracaraka Mandalla, 1973.— 11, 125, [4] p., [1] leaf of plates: ports. ; 19 cm.— SERIES: Kasiba smaraka prakasana yojana ; pustaka 1.— NOTES: In Gujarati.— SUBJECT: Purani, Ambalal Balkrishna.

Ray, Benoy Gopal

Contemporary Indian philosophers

Raja Rammohun Roy.—Maharshi Devendranath Tagore.—Keshab Chandra Sen.—Paramahansadeva Ramakrishna.—Swami Vivekananda.—Swami Dayananda.—Radindranath.—Gandhi.—Sri Aurobindo.

•   Allahabad: Kitabistan, 1947.— 107 p. 22 cm.

Reddy, Damodar

A Bouquet for My Master

•   Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Ashram.— 114 pp.— ISBN: 81-7058-368-3.— Rs 75

Reddy, Kittu

A Vision of United India: Problems and Solutions

•   363 pp.— ISBN: 81-87471-18-2.— hc Rs 550

Reddy, Kittu

History of India: A New Approach

•   503 pp.— ISBN: 81-87471-14-X.— hc Rs 850

Reddy, Manmohan Vedre (1925-)

Sri Aravindulu

•   Hyderabad [India]: Institute of Human Study, 1972.— xxxiv, 371 p. ill. 23 cm.— NOTES: In Telugu

Reddy, Manmohan Vedre (1925-)

Sri Aurobindo: a bibliography

•   Hyderabad, India: Institute of Human Study; [distributors: Sri Aurobindo Books, Pondicherry, 1973.— 48 p. 23 cm.

Reddy, Manmohan Vedre (1925-)

Subject-index to the Advent, 1944-1972

•   Hyderabad, India: Institute of Human Study; [distributors: Sri Aurobindo Books, Pondicherry, 1973.— 39 p. 23 cm.— NOTES: Previously published in the Advent. Includes articles by Aurobindo Ghose.

Reddy, Manmohan Vedre (1925-)

Subject index to Mother India, 1949-1972

•   Hyderabad, India: Institute of Human Study; [distributors: Sri Aurobindo Books, Pondicherry, 1973.— 154 p. 24 cm.— NOTES: Previously published from Sri Aurobindo Ashram, Pondicherry in the monthly Mother India.

Reddy, Manmohan Vedre (1925-)

Subject index to Sri Aurobindo circle (1945-1972) compiled by V. Manmohan Reddy

•   Hyderabad, India: Institute of Human Study, 1973.— 32 p.; 23 cm.

Reddy, Manmohan Vedre (1925-)

Subject-index to Sri Aurobindo Mandir annual, 1942-1972

•   Hyderabad, India: Institute of Human Study, 1973.— 23 p. 23 cm.

Reddy, Raman

The New Panorama: Short Stories and Reflections

•   138 pp.— Rs 60

Reddy, V. Madhusudan

Beyond Religion: Cosmos is One Family: address at the Parliament of the World'sReligions

•   91 pp.— ISBN: 81-85853-07-X.— Rs 50

•   Chicago, 2 September, 1993.— 1st ed.— Hyderabad, India: Aurodarshan Trust, 1995.— 91 p.: ill. ; 19 cm.— NOTES: Copyright: Instituteof Human Study. On spiritualism through studies in Aurobindo Ghose,1872- 1950, as a way for peace.— ISBN: 818585307X

Reddy, V. Madhusudan

Celebration future the next millennium

•   Hyderabad, India: Aurodarshan, 1984.— 81 p. ; 23 cm.— NOTES: Exposition of the integral Yoga ofAurobindo Ghose, 1872- 1950, Indian philosopher.

Reddy, V. Madhusudan

Champaklal: Lion of Light and Love

•   127 pp.— Rs 35

Reddy, V. Madhusudan

Footnotes to the Future

•   262 pp.— ISBN: 81-85853-00-2.— Rs 130

Reddy, V. Madhusudan

Introducing mankind on the march: the movement; an evolutionary history of human civilisation and a vision of man's destiny

•   Hyderabad, India: Institute of Human Study, 1972.— v. 24 cm.— NOTES: Running title: Mankind on the march. Includes bibliographical references.

Reddy, V. Madhusudan

Meditations on the Mother (Part 1)

•   178 pp.— ISBN: 81-85853-06-1.— Rs 110

Reddy, V. Madhusudan

Meta-History: The Unfoldment and Fulfilment of Human Destiny

•   176 pp.— Rs 50

Reddy, V. Madhusudan

Nolini: Arjuna of our Age

Reddy, V. Madhusudan

Purushottama Yoga: London Talks on ‘The Life Divine’

•   190 pp.— ISBN: 81-85853-08-8.— Rs 100

Reddy, V. Madhusudan

Seven Studies in Sri Aurobindo

•   239 pp.— Rs 110

•   1st ed.— Hyderabad, India: Institute of Human Study, YEAR: 1989.— 239 p., [1] leaf of plates: port.; 23 cm.— NOTES: Spine title: 7 studies in Sri Aurobindo. Exposition of the Yogic vision of Aurobindo Ghose, 1872-1950, Indian philosopher. Includes bibliographical references.

Reddy, V. Madhusudan

Sri Aurobindo, the supramental avatar

•   Hyderabad, India: Institute of Human Study, 1972.— v. 23 cm.— NOTES: v. 1, pt. 1. Avatarhood and human evolution.

Reddy, V. Madhusudan

Sri Aurobindo’s Philosophy of Evolution

Sri Aurobindo’s original view of life and the universe presented against the background of a survey of western philosophy

•   371 pp.— ISBN: 81-85853-11-8.— Rs 350

•   Hyderabad, India: Institute of Human Study, 1966.— xviii, 385p. port. 23cm.— NOTES: "Thesis submitted ...in December, l957 to Osmania University for the degree of Ph. D". Bibliography: p. [375]-385.

Reddy, V. Madhusudan

The Alchemy of Her Grace: Grateful Reminiscences

•   137 pp.— ISBN: 81-85853-09-6.— Rs 85

Reddy, V. Madhusudan

The Vedic Epiphany:  an exposition and celebration of the inaugural dawn in the light of Sri Aurobindo

Based on Sri Aurobindo’s The Secret of the Veda, this book traces the background of the Veda, its long history and its eternal relevance to man in his evolutionary ascent to divinity. It restates the ancient experience of the Vedic Seers in modern language.

Volume 1

This is the first volume of a 3 volume monumental work that presents a thorough and compre-hensive survey of the Vedas, the earliest spiritual scripture known to man. Based upon the Secret of the Veda which expresses Sri Aurobindo's own luminous experience of the Vedic Truth and the Word, it is highly recommended for anyone having deeper interest in the subject

•   The Vedic Vision (414 pp.) hc Rs 500

Volume 2

II: The Vedic Action.— "This Massive work by one of the foremost authorities on ancient Indian culture is a great contribution to the discovery of our most enduring legacy and, though it is no casual reading and even long and demanding, it is superbly accessible to all spiritual aspirants. It is bound to imbue in the reader a longing to plunge deeper and deeper into the light, power and bliss of which the work is brimful."

•   The Vedic Action (572 pp.— ISBN: 81-85853-02-9.— sc Rs 600 hc Rs 650

Volume 3

The Vedic Fulfilment.— This third volume completes the inspired and comprehensive trilogy which is highly recommended for Vedic scholars and aspirants seeking deeper understanding of these ancient texts. Includes a glossary

•   The Vedic Fulfilment (311 pp.— ISBN: 81-85853-04-5.— sc Rs 300 hc Rs 350

•   1st Indian ed.— Hyderabad, India: Institute of Human Study, 1991.— v. <1-2>; 25 cm.— NOTES: Includes passages in Sanskrit (Sanskrit inroman). Originally presented as the author's advanced research dissertation (University Grants Commission, New Delhi, 1990). Includes bibliographical references. v. 1. The Vedic vision - v. 2. The Vedic action

Reddy, V. Madhusudan

Towards a Global Future: Agenda of the Third Millennium

•   91 pp.— ISBN: 81-85853-05-3.— Rs 50

Reddy, V. Madhusudan

Values and value theories in the light of Sri Aurobindo

•   Hyderabad, India: Institute of Human Study, 1973.— 168 p.; 22 cm.— NOTES: "Originally delivered in the form of lectures ... under Unesco's major project—Mutual appreciation of values: East and West." Includes bibliographical references.

Reddy, V. Madhusudan

Yoga of the Rishis: The Upanishadic Approach to Death and Immortality

•   144 pp.— Rs 50

Reddy, V. Narayan Karan

Adi Sankara and Aurobindo

•   Delhi: B.R. Pub. Corp., 1992.— 85 p. ; 23 cm.— NOTES: Includes bibliographical references(p. [81]) and index. Comparative study on Sankaracarya and Aurobindo Ghose, 1872- 1950,exponents of Indic philosophy.— ISBN: 8170187265

Reed, J. D.

Something of a Druid. (work of G. Nakashima)

George Nakashima has been building unique furniture for nearly half a century. The 84-year-old craftsman studied architecture at M.I.T. but took up furniture making after studying with spiritual leader Sri Aurobindo in India during the 1930s. His pieces are marked by a tension between naturally shaped slabs of wood and carefully worked support elements. Because he values traditional workmanship and organic simplicity, he disapproves of the work of many contemporary craftspeople. "Full Circle," a retrospective of 43 of his best pieces, is currently on view at New York City's American Crafts Museum.

•   // Time v. 133 (June 26 '89) p. 75 il por.— STANDARD NO: 0040-781X.— DATE: 1989.

Reix A.

Letters on yoga - French - Aurobindo,s: book review

•   // Revue philosophique de la France et de l etranger, V110, N3, 1985.— Language: FRENCH

Reix A.

Mother, Shiva Shakti or the laboratory of the man from tomorrow - French - Aurobindo,S, Brosse,T, Translator: book review

•   // Revue philosophique de la France et de l etranger, V110, N3, 1985.— Language: FRENCH

Reix A.

Thoughts and Aphorisms - French - Aurobindo,s, Mother, translator: book review

•   // Revue philosophique de la France et de l etranger, V110, N3, 1985.— Language: FRENCH

Remembering The Mother with Gratitude: A Collection of Reminiscences

Unforgettable remembrances of some eminent personalities of the Ashram and Auroville who have shared some golden moments with the Mother.Essays by various authors

•   136 pp.— ISBN: 81-901891-3-1.— Rs 125

Report of the Seminar on Funding of Higher Education in India

Educatioal Finance Unit, National Institute of Educational Planning and Administration, 17 B Sri Aurobindo Marg, New Delhi 110016, 23-24 January 1995 / Seminar on Funding of High er Education in India (1995: National Institute of Educational Planning and Administration)

•   New Delhi: Educational Finance Unit, National Institute of Educational Planning andAdministration, 1995.— 15, 3 p.; 29 cm.

Report on a township to be constructed in South India: Auroville / Sri Aurobindo Society

•   Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Ashram Press, 1965.— [9] l. plates, plans. 24 cm.

Richard, Paul

India, the peacemaker; a solution of the Kashmir problem

•    Madras: Ganesh, 1951.

Richard, Paul

Le corps du Christ après sa resurrection

•    1900.

Richard, Paul

Messages from the Future

Richard, Paul

New Asia

Richard, Paul

The Challenge of the Future

Richard, Paul

The Dawn over Asia

•   / Translated from French into English by Sri Aurobindo.— Madras: Ganesh and Co., 1920.

Richard, Paul

The Eternal Wisdom

•   / Translated from French into English by Sri Aurobindo.— Madras: Ganesh, 1922

Richard, Paul

The Gods

Richard, Paul

The land of the rising sun

•    New York : Paradox Publications, 1966.

Richard, Paul

The Living Ether

Richard, Paul

The Wherefore of the Worlds

•   / Translated from French into English by Sri Aurobindo

Richard, Paul; Stokes, Samuel Evans

The lord of the nations

•    Madras: Ganesh and Co., 1923.

Richard, Paul; Richard, Linda

In English

The Scourge of Christ

•    New York: A. A. Knopf, 1929.

Richard, Paul

The Seven Steps to the New Age

Richard, Paul

The twin space of “quasars”

•    New York: Paradox Publications, 1966.

Richard, Paul

To India; the message of the Himalayas

•    Madras: Ganesh, [1921]

Richard, Paul

In English

To the nations

•    New York: J. B. Pond, 1917.

Richard, Paul

Without passport

•   : the life and work of Paul Richard.— New York: P. Lang, 1987.

Rishabhchand

Integral Yoga of Sri Aurobindo

•   Pomona: Auromere, Incorporated, March 1979.— ISBN/PRICE: 0897449401 TP; USD 4.50 R;  0897449398 TC; USD 6.00 R

Rishabchand

In the mother's light

•   [2d ed., enl.].— Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Ashram, 1967.— 387 p. front. 23 cm.— NOTES: Bibliographical footnotes.

Rishabhchand

Sri Aurobindo: His Life Unique

•   Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Ashram.— 427 pp.— ISBN: 81-7058-621-6). Rs 125

•   1st ed.— Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Ashram, 1981.— 427 p., [20] leaves of plates: ill., ports.; 23 cm.— NOTES: Includes bibliographical references.

•   Berkeley: Sri Aurobindo Association, Incorporated, 1981.— 427 p.: ill.— ISBN/PRICE: 0890713251 TP; USD 15.00 R; 089071326X TC; USD 18.75 R

•   Pomona: Auromere, Incorporated, March 1982.— 427 p.— ISBN/PRICE: 0897441478 TP; USD 14.95 R

Rishabchand

The divine collaborators

•   Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Ashram, 1955.— 74 p. 19 cm.— NOTES: Includes bibliography.

Rishabhchand

The Integral Yoga of Sri Aurobindo

Presents the fundamentals of the Integral Yoga of Sri Aurobindo against the background of the spiritual heritage of India

•   Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Ashram.— 473 pp.— ISBN: 81-7058-633-X.— Rs 140

•   Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Ashram, 1953.— v. illus.

•   Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Ashram, 1955.— 2 v. ports. 19 cm.

•   [2d ed.].— Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Ashram Press] Distributors for the U.S.A. Associated Booksellers, Westport, Conn., 1959.— 473 p. port. 19 cm.— NOTES: Bibliographical footnotes.

•   Berkeley: Sri Aurobindo Association, Incorporated, 1974.— 473 p.— ISBN/PRICE: 0890712816 TP; USD 4.75 R

Roarke, Jesse (1927-)

Sri Aurobindo

•   Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Ashram Press, 1973.— xv, 189 p. 24 cm.— NOTES: Includes bibliographical references.

Rogan, Daniel Patrick

C. G. Jung and Sri Aurobindo on the self-growth process and its attendant difficulties: Degree: M.A.

•   1977 / California Institute Of Integral Studies; 0392 // MAI, VOL. 15-03, Page 0169, 00288 Pages

Roshan; Apurva

Aspiring Swan

Inspiring collection of Mother's messages to Champaklal and Kamalaben on the occasion of their birthdays, in the handwriting fascimile of the original messages, including some from Sri Aurobindo

•   147p.

Roshan; Apurva

Sri Aurobindo in Baroda / Compiled and edited by Roshan and Apurva

•   Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Ashram.— 182 pp.— ISBN: 81-7058-318-7.— Rs 65

•   1st ed.— Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Ashram, 1993.— xiv, 181 p.: ill. ; 22 cm.— NOTES: Includes bibliographical references (p. [180]-181).— ISBN: 8170583187: Rs65.00

Roy, Anilbaran (1890-)

In English

Bhagavad gita and its message : with text, translation and Sri Aurobindo’s commentary

•   Twin Lakes, WI: Lotus Light Publications, 1995

Roy, Anilbaran (1890-)

India’s mission in the world

•   Pondicherry: Divyajivan Sahitya Prakashan, [1965]

Roy, Anilbaran (1890-)

Khaddar under search-light

•   [Bombay: Advocate of India Press, 1929]

Roy, Anilbaran (1890-)

Mother India

•   Calcutta: G.P. Karyalaya, [1946]

Roy, Anilbaran (1890-)

In English

Songs from the soul

•   2d ed.—Calcutta: Amiya Library, [1946]

Roy, Anilbaran (1890-)

Sri Aurobindo and the new age.

•   London; Calcutta: John M. Watkins; Agents in India, Gita Prachar Karyalaya, 1940.— vii, 170 p.; 18 cm.— SERIES: SAMP early 20th-century Indianbooks project ;item 07484.— NOTES: "First published in 1940." Printed in India. "The articles collected in this book appeared in the Modern review, the Hindusthan review, the Calcutta review, Prabuddha bharat, Sunday times, the Scholar, and the Indian express."—Pref.— Master microform held by: CRL. Microfilm. New Delhi: Library of Congress Office ; Chicago: Available from Center for Research Libraries, 1996. On 1 microfilmreel with otheritems ; 35 mm. (SAMP early 20th- century Indian books project ; item 07484).

•   [2d ed.].— Pondicherry: Divyajivan Sahitya Prakashan; [available from Gita Prachar Karyalaya, Calcutta, 1965.— 175 p. 19 cm.— NOTES: "Books by Anilbaran Roy": p. 171-175.

Roy, Anilbaran (1890-)

The illusion of the Charka

•   Calcutta: Arya Sahitya Bhawan, 1929.

Roy, Anilbaran (1890-)

The world crisis: Sri Aurobindo's vision of the future

•   First edition.— London: Allen and Unwin, 1947.— 156, [1] p., [1] p. of plates; 19 cm.

Roy, Dilip Kumar (1897-); Indira Devi

Baṃsī āje Paṇa baje che

In Gujarati

•   Rājkota: Paravīṇa Pusataka Bhaṃdāra, 1991.

Roy, Dilip Kumar (1897-)

Abhābanīẏa.—

In Hindi

•   Kalikātā: Iṇḍiẏāna Ayāsosiẏeṭeḍa Pābaliśiṃ Koṃ [1965]

Roy, Dilip Kumar (1897-)

Aghaṭanera ghaṭā: Fiction

In Bengali

•   Kalikātā, Iṇḍiẏāna Ayāsosiẏeṭeḍa Pābaliśiṃ Koṃ [1965]

Roy, Dilip Kumar (1897-)

Aghaṭanera pūrbarāga

In Bengali

Roy, Dilip Kumar (1897-)

Aghaṭanī galpamālā

In Bengali

Roy, Dilip Kumar (1897-); Bhattacharya, Gauri Shankar

Āmāra bandhu Subhāṣa

In Bengali

Roy, Dilip Kumar (1897-)

Among the great

conversations with Sri Aurobindo, Mahatma Gandhi, Rabindranath Tagore, Romain Rolland, Bertrand Russell

•   Bombay: Nalanda Publications, 1945.— xx p., 4 l., 5-330 p. front., ports. 22 cm.— SERIES: Nalanda publications.— NOTES: "First published 1945.".— NOTES:  Label mounted on t.p.: sole distributors, Vora & Co., Publishers Ltd.— Microfilm. [Cambridge, Mass.]: Harvard University Library Microreproduction Service, [198-]. 1 microfilm reel: negative; 4 in., 35 mm.

•   [2d ed.].— Bombay: Nalanda Publications, 1947.— 291 p. ports. 22 cm.

•   Bombay: Jaico Publishing House, 1950.— xvi, 367 p.17 cm.   (Number at Russian State Library V  C/80/70)

•   New York: Jaico, 1950 1945.— 367 p. 16 cm.— SERIES: Nalanda publications.— NOTES: "First published 1945."

•   5th ed. (1st U.S. ed.).— Lakeland, FL: Osiris Press, 1991 .— 273 p. ; 27 cm.— ISBN: 1879649020

Roy, Dilip Kumar (1897-)

Anāmikā sūryamukhī

In Bengali

Roy, Dilip Kumar (1897-); Indira Devi

Baṃsī āje Paṇa baje che

In Gujarati

•   Rājkota: Paravīṇa Pusataka Bhaṃdāra, 1991.

Roy, Dilip Kumar (1897-)

Bhābi eka haẏa āra: Fiction

In Bengali

•   Kalikātā, Iṇḍiẏāna Pābaliśiṃ [1964]

Roy, Dilip Kumar (1897-)

Bhrānyamāṇa

In Bengali

•   Kalikātā, Iṇḍiẏāna Ayāsosiẏeṭeḍa Pābaliśiṃ Koṃ [1964]

Roy, Dilip Kumar (1897-)

Chaitanya and Mira: two plays

•   [Pondicherry]: Sri Aurobindo Ashram, 1979.

Roy, Dilip Kumar (1897-)

Chāẏāpathera pathika: Fiction

In Bengali

Roy, Dilip Kumar (1897-); Indira Devi

Der Weg der großen Yogis = Pilgrims of the stars

In German

•   [Frankfurt a. M.] : Suhrkamp, 1977.

Roy, Dilip Kumar (1897-)

Dharmabijńana o Sriarabinda

In Bengali

•   1970.— 9, 396 p.— NOTES: "Art for art's sake, by Sri Aurobindo": p. [392]-396.

Roy, Dilip Kumar (1897-); Rabindranath Tagore

Dhūsare raṅina

In Bengali

•   Kalikātā, Bisvabāṇī Prakāśanī [1967]

Roy, Dilip Kumar (1897-); Rabindranath Tagore

Dhūsare raṅina

In Bengali

•   Kalikātā, Bisvabāṇī Prakāśanī [1967]

Roy, Dilip Kumar (1897-); Sudhīra Cakrabartī

Dilīpakumāra Rāya: smṛti-bismṛtira śatabarṣa: Biography

In Bengali

•   Kalikātā: Dhrupada: Paribeśaka Pustaka Bipaṇi, 1997.

Roy, Dilip Kumar (1897-); Sudhīra Cakrabartī

Doṭānā

In Bengali

Roy, Dilip Kumar (1897-)

Eyes of light poems

•   Bombay, Nalanda [1948]

Roy, Dilip Kumar (1897-)

Hark! his flute: poems and translations

•   Poona : Hari Krishna Mandir, [foreword 1972]

Roy, Dilip Kumar (1897-); Ramakrishna

Immortals of the Bhagavat, or Nectar of immortality, and Sri Ramkrishna’s parables

•   Agra, Lakshmi Narain Agarwal [1957?]

Roy, Dilip Kumar (1897-)

Kṛṣṇakathā-kāhinī

In Bengali

Roy, Dilip Kumar (1897-); Indira Devi

Kumbha; India’s ageless festival

•   Chaupatty, Bombay, Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan, 1955.

Roy, Dilip Kumar (1897-)

Madhu muralī

In Bengali

Roy, Dilip Kumar (1897-)

Mira in Brindaban: a play in two acts

•   [Poona, M.J. Shabani, 1961]

Roy, Dilip Kumar (1897-); Indira Devi

Miracles do still happen: a novel

•   Bombay: India Book House; Poona: Available from Hari Krishna Mandir, 1984.

Roy, Dilip Kumar (1897-)

Netaji, the man; reminiscences

•   Biography.— Bombay, Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan, 1966.

Roy, Dilip Kumar (1897-)

Pākhā o bāṅdhana: Fiction

In Bengali

•   Kalikātā, Ānanda, 2006

Roy, Dilip Kumar (1897-)

Patitā o patitapābana: Fiction

In Bengali

•   Kalikātā, Surakābya Saṃsada, 1978

Roy, Dilip Kumar (1897-)

Pilgrims of the stars: autobiography of two yogis

•   Porthill, ID: Timeless Books, 1985.— xiii, 406 p.: ports.; 21 cm.— NOTES: Includes bibliographical references and index.— ISBN: 0931454107 (pbk.)

Roy, Dilip Kumar (1897-)

Prema-abhaẏa

In Bengali

Roy, Dilip Kumar (1897-); Bāridabaraṇa Ghoṣa; Ujjvalakumāra Majumadāra

Racanāsaṃgraha

In Bengali

•   Kalikātā, Ānanda Pābaliśārsa, 1997

Roy, Dilip Kumar (1897-)

ṛṣi, kabi, guṇī, śilpī

In Bengali

•   Calcutta: Kalikata Bisvabidyalaya, 1978.— 81 p.; 23 cm.— SERIES: Dvijendra baktrtamala.— NOTES: Includes bibliographical references.

Roy, Dilip Kumar (1897-)

Sāṅgītikī

In Bengali

•   Calcutta: Kalikātā Biśvabidyālaẏa, 1938.

Roy, Dilip Kumar (1897-)

Six illuminates of modern India

•   Biography.— Bombay: Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan, 1982.

Roy, Dilip Kumar (1897-)

Smṛticāraṇa

In Bengali

Roy, Dilip Kumar (1897-)

Smṛti joẏāre dukūla cheẏe: Biography

In Bengali

•   Kalikātā: Surakābya ṭrāsaṭ, 1992.

Roy, Dilip Kumar (1897-)

Smṛtira śeṣa pātāẏa: Biography

In Bengali

Roy, Dilip Kumar (1897-)

Sri Aurobindo and Rabindranath

•   // Banasthali Patrika, Rajasthan, India. Article in: vol. 17-18, for 1971-72.— PAGES: 106-13.— LANGUAGE: Englis

Roy, Dilip Kumar (1897-)

Sri Aurobindo Came to Me: reminiscences.

•   376 pp.— Rs 200

•   Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Ashram, 1952.— xxv, 556 p. 19 cm.

•   Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Ashram, 1959.

•   2d ed.— Bombay: Jaico Pub. House, 1964.— xxv, 237 p. 17 cm.— NOTES: Bibliographical footnotes.

•   3d ed.— Bombay: Jaico Pub. House, 1969.— xxvi,282p. 16cm.— NOTES: J-204. Bibliographical footnotes.

•   2nd ed.— Pondicherry, India: All India Books, 1984.— xxv, 556 p.; 19 cm.— NOTES: Imprint stamped on t.p. recto with label on t.p. verso: Indian Books Centre, Delhi, India. Includes bibliographical references.

Sri Aurobindo kam zu mir = Sri Aurobindo Came to Me

In German

•   (Erinnerungen).– Translated from English into German.– Frankfurt am Main: Fischer-Taschenbuch-Verlag, 1978.

In Spanish

Sri Aurobindo vino a mi: Reminiscencias = Sri Aurobindo Came to Me: Reminiscences

In Spanish

Roy, Dilip Kumar (1897-)

Sri chaitanya: a drama in three acts

In Hindi

•   Pondicherry: Sri aurobindo ashram, [1950]

Roy, Dilip Kumar (1897-)

Subhash I knew

•   Bombay: Nalanda Publications, 1946.

Roy, Dilip Kumar (1897-)

Surāñjali

In Bengali

•   Kalikātā: Surakābya Saṃsada, 1376 [i.e., 1970]

Roy, Dilip Kumar (1897-); Indira Devi

The beggar princess: a historical drama in five acts

•   Allahabad: Kitab Mahal, [1955?]

Roy, Dilip Kumar (1897-)

The Bhagavad Gita: a revelation

•   Hind Pocket Books.– ISBN: 812160284X

Roy, Dilip Kumar (1897-)

The Dynamic Absolute: A Preface to Sri Aurobindo’s Integral Advaita

•   165 pp.— Rs 125

Roy, Dilip Kumar (1897-)

The flame and the flute: a mystic novel

•   Pune: Hari Krishna Mandir Trust; Calcutta: Best Books, 2001.

Roy, Dilip Kumar (1897-)

The flute calls still: Letters on yoga

•   Poona: I. Niloy, [1964]

Roy, Dilip Kumar (1897-)

The rounding off: Biography

•   Bombay: Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan, 1983.

Roy, Dilip Kumar (1897-)

The sun shines, sometime somewhere: Biography

•   Kolkata: New Central Book agency, 2008.

Roy, Dilip Kumar (1897-)

The upward spiral: a novel

•   Bombay, New York, Jaico Pub. House [1949]

Roy, Dilip Kumar (1897-); Indira Devi

Tirthaṃkara

In Bengali

Roy, Dilip Kumar (1897-)

Wings and bonds: [Fiction]

•   Bombay: Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan, 1978.

Roy, Dilip Kumar (1897-); Indira Devi

Yugaṛśi Srīarabinda

In Bengali

•   1967.— 15, 269 p. 23 cm.— NOTES: Romanized.

Roy, Dilip Kumar (1897-); Sri Krishna Prem

Yogi Sri Krishnaprem

•   Bombay, Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan, 1968.

Roy, Dinendra Kumar

Aurobindo Prasanga

In Bengali

•   1923

Roy, Dinendra Kumar; Maurice Shukla

With Aurobinbdo in Baroda: Biography

•   Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Ashram, 2006.

Roy, Motilal (1882-1959)

Āmasamarpanayoga.- In Bengali

•   Kalikātā: Prabarttaka Pābaliśārsa, 1970

Roy, Motilal (1882-1959)

Bedāntadarshana: Brahmasūtra.- In Bengali

Roy, Motilal (1882-1959)

My Life’s Partner = Jiban-Sangini

•   / Translated from Bengali into English by D.S. Mahalanobis.— Calcutta: Prabartak Publishers, 1945.

Roy, Motilal (1882-1959)

Upāsanāmandire.- In Bengali

•   1st ed.— Kalikātā: Prabarttaka Pābaliśārsa, 1974

Roy, Motilal (1882-1959)

Yugapurusha Sriarabinda.- In Bengali.

•   Calcutta: Prabartak Publishers, 1970.— 115 p.: port.; 19 cm.

Roy, Sumita

Consciousness and creativity: a case study of Sri Aurobindo, T.S. Eliot, and Aldous Huxley.

•   New Delhi: Sterling Publishers, 1991.— vi, 200 p. ; 23 cm.— NOTES: Originally presented as the author's thesis (Ph. D.—Osmania University, 1988). Includes index. Includes bibliographical references (p. [187]-195).— ISBN: 8120712811

•   Eliot: Apt Books, Incorporated, Feb. 1991.— 160 p.— ISBN/PRICE: 8120712811 CT; USD 27.95 R

Ruth

Winged Words: Poems

•   62 pp.— Rs 30

S

Sadhana: A Guide to Self-Mastery

•   128 pp.— Rs 120

Sahana Devi

At the Feet of The Mother and Sri Aurobindo

Translated from the original Bengali by Nirodbaran

•   The author shares precious reminiscenses and personal correspondences with Mother and Sri Aurobindo, allowing us a glimpse of the intimate action and unique guidance of their Divine Grace at work in cultivating a sadhak of the Integral Yoga.- 230p.

Sahana Devi

In English

Forty Years Ago

Sahana Devi

In English

Some Letters of the Mother and Sri Aurobindo

•   64p.

Sahana Devi

Smrtire kheya

•   Kalikata: Pratima Pabalikesansa, 1978.- 237 p.; 22 cm.- NOTES: In Bengali. Autobiography of a close associate of the Indian poet Rabindranath Tagore, 1861-1941, and a disciple of Aurobindo Ghose, 1872-1950.

Sailley, Robert

Cri Aurobindo, philosophe du yoga integal

•   Paris: G.-P. Maisonneuve et Larose, 1970.- 207 p. 21 cm.- NOTES: Bibliography: p. [195]-199.

Saint-Hilaire, P. B. See Pavitra

Saito, Akitoshi (1930-)

Kindai Indo no shukyo undo.- Shohan

•   Tokyo: Yoshikawa Kobunkan, 1982.- 8, 270 p.: ill.; 20 cm.- NOTES: Includes bibliographical references. Shuyo kankei jinbutsu chosabu ichiran (p.260-270).- SUBJECT: Ghose, Aurobindo, -- 1872-1950.

Samartha, Stanley J. (1920-)

The modern Hindu view of history: according to representative thinkers

•   1958.- 2, [2], ix, 357 leaves; 28 cm.- NOTES: Includes abstract and vita. Thesis (Ph. D.)-Hartford Seminary Foundation, Kennedy School of Missions, 1958. Includes bibliographical references (leaves 347-357).

Sampad; Vijay

The Wonder that is Sanskrit

•   Sri Aurobindo Society.— 210 pp.— ISBN: 81-7060-182-7

Sanyal, Prabhat

In English

A Call from Pondicherry

•   // Mother India.— 1953, no. 11 (December): P.180–189.

Sarada, Krshna

Adhunika Hindi kavya para aravinda-darsana ka prabhava

•   [1. samskarana].- Varanasi: Nagaripracarini Sabha [Samvat 2029 vi.i.e. 1972], 1972.- iv. (various pagings) 22 cm.- SERIES: Nagaripracarini granthamala, 82.- NOTES: In Hindi. Bibliography: p. [1]-11 (last group)

Sarkar, Anil Kumar (1912-)

Sri Aurobindo and Haridas Chaudhuri: a glimpse of a dynamic prospect for mankind

•   San Francisco: Hayward: Cultural Intergration Fel lowship ; Sarkar Publicatio.ns, 1986.- ix, 141 p.: ill. ; 26 cm.- NOTES: In cludes bibliographical references.

Sarkar, Anil Kumar (1912-)

Sri Aurobindo's vision of the supermind: its Indian and non-Indian interpreters

•   New Delhi: South Asian Publishers, 1989.- xi, 121 p. ; 23 cm.- NOTES: Includes bibliographical references and index.- ISBN: 8170031001

Sarkar, Mona

A Spirit Indomitable: Sudhir Kumar Sarkar / edited and compiled by Mona Sarkar

The story of a young revolutionary companion and attendant of Sri Aurobindo, who later became a sadhak in the Sri Aurobindo Ashram. The accounts and reminiscenses reveal an intimate side of Sri Aurobindo

•   147p.

Sarkar, Mona

The Supreme

Conversations with The Mother from the 1960's, noted down from memory. Includes: Mother -- The Supreme ; Mother's Voice; Mother's Feet; and the Luminous Gaze of the Supreme. Contains numerous photos

•   ISBN: 8170586070) 97p.

Sarkar, Ranajit

Beyond Good and Evil

A Comparative Study of the Moral Philosophies of Nietzsche and Sri Aurobindo

•   Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Ashram.— 187 pp.— ISBN: 81-7058-674-7.— Rs 80

Sarkar, Sunilchandra (1907-)

The poet & the seer

•   Calcutta, India: Papyrus, 1982.- 89 p.; 23 cm.

Sarma G.N.

Brahman and Sri Aurobindo’s Integral Approach to the Upanishads

•   94 pp.— ISBN: 81-87544-05-8.— Rs 125

Sarma G.N.

The Life Divine: A Brief Outline

•   163 pp.— ISBN: 81-87544-01-5.— hc Rs 200

Sastri P. S.

A Strange Interlude

•   // Manuel, M. (ed. & introd.); Paniker, K. Ayyappa (ed.). English and India: Essays Presented to Professor Samuel Mathai on His Seventieth Birthday. Madras, India: Wasani for Macmillan, 1978. vii, 244 pp.- PAGES: 84-93.- LANGUAGE: English.- PUB TYPE: book article

Sastry, L.S.R. Krishna

Two Poems of Sri Aurobindo

Special No. on Indo-English Literature (Supplement). 5,xiii. Ed. Rameshwar Gupta

•   // Gupta, Rameshwar. Banasthali Patrika. Rajasthan, India: Banasthali Vidyapith, 1969.- PAGES: 18-26.- LANGUAGE: English.- PUB TYPE: book article

Sastry, T. V. Kapali

Collected Works of T. V. Kapali Sastry. In 12 volumes.— 4265 pages.— Rs 1200

•   Vol. 1.– The Book of Lights – 1 100.00

•   Vol. 2.– The Book of Lights – 2 100.00

•   Vol. 3.– The Book of Lights – 3 100.00

•   Vol. 4.– Rig Veda Bhashya Siddhanjana – 1 partly in Sanskrit.— 100.00

•   Vol. 5.– Rig Veda Bhashya Siddhanjana – 2 only in Sanskrit.— 200.00

•   Vol. 6.– Rig Veda Bhashya Siddhanjana – 3 100.00

•   Vol. 7.– Umasahasram only in Sanskrit.— 100.00

•   Vol. 8.– Sanskrit Writings – 1 mostly in Sanskrit.— 100.00

•   Vol. 9.– Sanskrit Writings – 2 mostly in Sanskrit.— 100.00

•   Vol. 10.– Rig Veda Bhashya Siddhanjana – 4 100.00

•   Vol. 11.– Writings in Tamil and Telegu in Tamil and Telugu.— 100.00

•   Vol. 12.– Indices free with full set of 11 volumes.— 20.00

Sastry, T. V. Kapali

Flame of White Light

Beautiful high-quality collection of photos of Mother, each accompanied by appropriate quotes on the facing page from Sri Aurobindo's and Mother's writings and from the author's own works

•   59 pp.— ISBN: 81-7509-000-6.— hc Rs 160

Sastry, T. V. Kapali

Quintessence of Sri Vidya

Sri Vidya, the Mother Creatrix and Supreme Wisdom, that is worshipfully described in this work establishes the oneness of Man, Nature and the Divine, both in essence and in expression

•   59p.

Satadal

The Silent Symphony

•   32 pp.— Rs 20

Satprem (1923-)

By the Body of the Earth

A novel of spiritual awakening, the soul's journey from life to life culminating in an "impossible central point of destiny when a man must choose between catastrophe once again or breaking through to a new consciousness."

•   377p.- ISBN: 0938710087.

Satprem (1923-)

Der kommende Atem

•   Einsiedeln [Switzerland]: Daimon, 1987.- 203 p. ; 21 cm.- NOTES: Translation of: Sept jours en Inde avec Satprem.- ISBN: 3856300317

Satprem (1923-)

Evolution II.

One may ask the evolutionary question: After man, who? But the question the author poses is: After man, how? This book grapples with the processes of evolution beyond the present mortal state

•   126p.- ISBN: 8185137005.

Satprem (1923-)

Le Grand Sens = The Great Sense

•   Pondichery: Sri Aurobindo Ashram, 1969.- 16 p. ; 18 cm.

Satprem (1923-)

Le mental des cellules

•   Paris: Editions R. Laffont, 1981.- iv, 195 p. ; 22 cm.- NOTES: Includes bibliographical references.- ISBN: 222100678X

Satprem (1923-)

Life Without Death. In collaboration with Luc Venet

Satprem describes the beginning of his own experience of physical transformation and explains that what is at stake is a change in the consciousness of the human cells that will give rise to a next being after man, as different from us as we are from our ancestor, the ape

•   205p.- ISBN: 0938710230.

Satprem (1923-)

Mere

1. Le materialisme divin

2. L'esp¨ce nouvelle

3. La mutation de la mort

•   [s.l.: s.n.], Macmillan India Press), 1976.- 3 v.: col. ill.; 22 cm.- NOTES: Includes bibliographical references.

•   Paris: Robert Laffont.- ISBN: 2-221-01021-3

Satprem (1923-)

Mind of the Cells

A comprehensive view of Mother's 23-year experience in the cellular consciousness of the body, outlining the different stages of the exploration and the constant parallel between what she saw and experienced microscopically in the body and the destiny of the human race as a whole

•   217p.- ISBN: 2902776608.

Satprem (1923-)

Mother

Vol.1:The Divine Materialism

This first volume in Satprem's trilogy is a biographical work based on Mother's own revealing comments about her early life and times excerpted from extensive conversations with the author as well as other sources.

Vol.2.: The new species

Vol.3: The mutation of death

Records Mother's struggle with the cellular transformation as her body becomes the field of tremendous battle between the Supramental force seeking to manifest itself and all the opposing forces of the ignorance and falsehood deeply entrenched in the human collective subconscient.

•   [sl.: Madras: s.n.; Printed at Macmillan India Press, 1977.; 21 cm.- NOTES: Translation of La Mere. Includes bibliographical references.

Satprem (1923-)

My burning heart

In a series of conversations, Satprem relates his own life of adventure and search, his meeting with Sri Aurobindo and Mother and their profound, spiritual impact on his life's purpose. Includes Mother's transformational quest and the deeply relevant meaning of her discoveries for humanity

•   New York, N.Y.: Institute for Evolutionary Research, 1989.- 205 p.; 21 cm.- NOTES: "Translated from the French." Translation of: Sept jours en Inde avec Satprem.- ISBN: 093871015X

Satprem (1923-)

Neanderthal Looks On.- This small book contains Satprem's latest missive dt.

•   April 24, 1999.- 20p.- ISBN: 8185137544.

Satprem (1923-)

On the Way to Supermanhood

What if man is a transitional being, as Sri Aurobindo put it long ago, only preparing for what is to come next? How do we get there and what is the attitude that can bring about the needed change in consciousness?

•   192p.- ISBN: 0938710117.

Satprem (1923-)

Revolt of the Earth.- On physical transformation

•   100p.- ISBN: 0938710249.

In German

Satprem (1923-)

Sannyasin (Translated into German)

Satprem (1923-)

Sept jours en Inde avec Satprem: propos

•   Paris: R. Laffont, 1981.- 202 p. ; 22 cm.- ISBN: 2221005996

Satprem (1923-)

Sri Aurobindo: oder, Das Abenteuer des Bewusstseins

•   Weilheim, Obb: O.W. Barth, 1970.- 294 p.: illus., port. ; 25 cm.- NOTES: Includes bibliography: p. 289-291.- ISBN: 3870412291

Satprem (1923-)

Sri Aurobindo et l'avenir de la terre = Sri Aurobindo and the earth's future

•   1. ed.- Pondichery: Sri Aurobindo Ashram, 1973.- 29 p.; 19 cm.- NOTES: French and English.

Satprem (1923-)

Shri Aurobindo, ili Puteshestvie soznaniia = Sri Aurobindo, or, The adventure of consciousness  / Translate into Russian

•   Sankt-Peterburg: Institut evoliutsionnykh issledovanii "Savitri", 1993.- 384 p. ; 20 cm.- NOTES: Includes bibliographical references and index. "Sochineniia Shri Aurobindo": p. [343-346].

Satprem (1923-)

Sri Aurobindo o Lavventura della coscienza = Sri Aurobindo, or, The adventure of consciousness: Traduzione dal testo francese effettuata daNata del Sri Aurobindo Ashram di Pondichery

•   Imola: Galeati, 1968.- xv, 377 p.: illus., plates. ; 21 1/2 cm.- NOTES: Includes bibliography: p. 372-374.

Satprem (1923-)

Sri Aurobindo, or, The adventure of consciousness = Sri Aurobindo, ou, L'aventure de la conscience / Translation into English

•   Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Ashram, 1964.- 420 p.: ill.; 22 cm.- SERIES: La Barque du soleil Barque du soleil.- NOTES: Includes bibliographical references.

•   New York: India Library Society, 1964.- 335 p. ports. 27 cm.- NOTES: Bibliography: p. 333-335.

•   1st Indian ed.- Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Ashram, 1968.- 395 p.: ill.; 22 cm.

•   1st U.S. ed.- New York: Harper & Row, 1968.- 381 p.: ill., ports.; 21 cm.- NOTES: "A Lindisfarne book." Bibliography: p. 377-381.- ISBN: 006013772X 0060137738

•   [3d ed.].- Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Ashram, 1970.- 379p. illus.- NOTES: Bibliography: p. 378-379.

•   Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Society, 1970.- 335 p. ports. 22 cm.- NOTES: Includes bibliography.

•   [Pondicherry]: Sri Aurobindo Ashram Trust, 1973.- 381p. port. 22cm.- NOTES: "First Indian edition: 1968." New York edition published 1964. Translation of Sri Aurobindo, ou l'aventure de la conscience.

•   New York: Institute for Evolutionary Research, 1984.- 384 p.; 20 cm.- NOTES: Translation of: Sri Aurobindo. Bibliography: p. [376]. "Works of Sri Aurobindo": p. [382]-384.- ISBN: 0938710044 (pbk.):

•   2nd ed.- Mt. Vernon, WA: Institute for Evolutionary Research, 1993.- 322 p. ; 22 cm.- ISBN: 0938710044 (pbk.)

Satprem (1923-)

Sri Aurobindo; ou, L'aventure de la conscience.

•   Paris: Buchet/Chastel, 1970.- 420 p. 21 cm.- SERIES: La Barque du soleil.- NOTES: Bibliography: p. 418-420.

•   2e .d.- Paris: Buchet-Chastel, 1975.- 420 p. ; 20 cm.- SERIES: La Barque du soleil

Satprem (1923-)

Tragedy of the Earth

Satprem (1923-)

Veda and Human Destiny

•   29p.

Satyajyoti Chakravarty

The Philosophy of Sri Aurobindo

•   Eliot: Apt Books, Incorporated, May 1991.- ISBN/PRICE: 8120713222 CT; USD 15.95 R

Savitra (1945-)

Auroville: sun-word rising: a trust for the earth

•   First Indian edition.- Auroville, India: The community of Aurobindo, 1980.- [302] p.: ill., map; 22 cm.- NOTES: An international township developed by the follower of Aurobindo Ghose. Includes bibliographical references.

Saájivana

- Pändiceri [India]: Sri Aravinda Asrama, 19uu uuuu.- PUB TYPE: Serial.- FORMAT: v.: ill.; 27 cm.- FREQUENCY: Quarterly.- NOTES: Description based on: Varsha 21, anka 1 (15 Saptembara 1969).

Scanziani, Piero

I cinque continenti

•   2. ed.- Chiasso: Novara: Elvetica; Distribuzione: Istituto geografico De Agostini, 1984.- 210 p. ; 19 cm.- SERIES: Opere complete / Piero ScanzianiScanziani, Piero. Opere complete. OTHER: Scaligero, Massimo. Aurobindo e Scanziani. 1984.

Schuh, Wilfried

In German

Die Mutter: Eine kurze Biographie.- In German

Schuh, Wilfried

In German

Sri Aurobindo: Eine kurze Biographie.- In German

Seetaraman, M.V.

Studies in Sri Aurobindo's dramatic poems

•   Annamalainagar [Annamali]: University, 1964.- vii,99p. 25cm.

Sekhon, Suzanne Fry

An Approach to some aspects of Sri Aurobindo's theory of evolution

•   1975.- iv, 64 leaves.- NOTES: Abstract preceding title page. Thesis (M.A.)--California State University, Long Beach. Includes bibliography.

Sen, Bikas C.

Peace is No Dream

•   79 pp.— Rs 30

Sen, Indra

Integral Psychology: The Psychological System of Sri Aurobindo (In Original Words and in Elaborations)

•   Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Ashram.— 379 pp.— ISBN: 81-7058-540-6.— Rs 160

•   1. ed.- Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo International Centre of Education, 1986.- xiv, 383 p.: ill. ; 22 cm.- NOTES: Includes bibliographical references and index.- Yes, my child, the nature can change, completely change with the practice of Yoga - nothing is impossible for the Divine Grace - it can transform a being so totally that all that seemed for it completely impossible becomes not only possible but done.

Sen, Indra

The integral man; special lectures

•   Mysore, Prasaranga: University of Mysore, 1970.- vi, 82 p. 19 cm.

Seshadri, K. (1921-)

The sadhana of self-perfection: Sri Aurobindo's integral approach

•   Madras: C.P. Ramaswami Aiyar Foundation, 1979.- 38 p.; 26 cm.- NOTES: Companion volume to the author's Sadhana of self-discovery. "Lectures delivered at the Centre for Studies in Tradition, Thought, and Culture of India, the C.P. Ramaswami Aiyar Foundation." Includes bibliographical references.

Seshagirirao K.L.

Aurobindo on the types of shraddha (faith) in the Gita

•   // Journal of south asian literature, V24, N1, 1989. P168-178.- Language: ENGLISH

Sethna, Kaikhushra Dhunjibhoy (Amal Kiran) (1904-); Griffiths, Bede

A Follower of Christ and a Disciple of Sri Aurobindo

Correspondence between Bede Griffiths and K. D. Sethna

•   278 pp.— ISBN: 81-87916-03-6.— Rs 120

Sethna, Kaikhushra Dhunjibhoy (Amal Kiran) (1904-)

“A Slumber Did My Spirit Seal”: An Interpretation from India

•   107 pp.— Rs 50

Sethna, Kaikhushra Dhunjibhoy (Amal Kiran) (1904-)

Ancient India in a New Light

•   645 pp.— ISBN: 81-85179-12-3.— hc Rs 500

Sethna, Kaikhushra Dhunjibhoy (Amal Kiran) (1904-)

Aspects of Sri Aurobindo

Reflections on a wide variety of subjects related to the life and thought of Sri Aurobindo, ranging from “Sri Aurobindo and Plato” to “The Ashram’s Sixty Years”.

•   275 pp.— ISBN: 81-87916-01-X.— Rs 130

Sethna, Kaikhushra Dhunjibhoy (Amal Kiran) (1904-)

Blake’s Tyger: A Christological Interpretation

•   275 pp.— Rs 60

Sethna, Kaikhushra Dhunjibhoy (Amal Kiran) (1904-)

Classical and Romantic: An Approach Through Sri Aurobindo

•   198 pp.— Rs 70

Sethna, Kaikhushra Dhunjibhoy (Amal Kiran) (1904-)

India and the World Scene

•   Sri Aurobindo Society.— 353 pp.— ISBN: 81-7060-118-5.— Rs 180

Sethna, Kaikhushra Dhunjibhoy (Amal Kiran) (1904-); Raine, Kathleen

Indian Poets and English Poetry — Correspondence between Kathleen Raine and K. D. Sethna

•   Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Ashram.— 291 pp.— ISBN: 81-7058-398-5.— Rs 100

Sethna, Kaikhushra Dhunjibhoy (Amal Kiran) (1904-)

Inspiration and Effort: Studies in Literary Attitude and Expression

•   326 pp.— Rs 100

Sethna, Kaikhushra Dhunjibhoy (Amal Kiran) (1904-)

Is Velikovsky’s Revised Chronology Tenable: A Scrutiny of Four Fundamental Themes

•   104 pp.— Rs 100

Sethna, Kaikhushra Dhunjibhoy (Amal Kiran) (1904-)

Life–Poetry–Yoga: Personal Letters by Amal Kiran (K. D. Sethna)

Volume 1.— 289 pp.— hc Rs 75

Volume 2.— 336 pp.— hc Rs 75

Volume 3.— 386 pp.— Rs 100

Sethna, Kaikhushra Dhunjibhoy (Amal Kiran) (1904-); Nirodbaran

Light and Laughter: Some Talks at Pondicherry

•   142 pp.— ISBN: 81-87916-04-4. Rs 90

Sethna, Kaikhushra Dhunjibhoy (Amal Kiran) (1904-)

Mandukya Upanishad: English Version, Notes and Commentary

•   48 pp.— Rs 30

Sethna, Kaikhushra Dhunjibhoy (Amal Kiran) (1904-)

Our Light and Delight: Recollections of Life with the Mother

On the Mother, her work and various related themes. Sprinkled with wit and humour

•   228 pp.— ISBN: 81-87916-02-8.— Rs 150

Sethna, Kaikhushra Dhunjibhoy (Amal Kiran) (1904-)

Problems of Ancient India

•   306 pp.— ISBN: 81-7742-026-7.— hc Rs 500

Sethna, Kaikhushra Dhunjibhoy (Amal Kiran) (1904-)

Problems of Early Christianity

•   Part 1: Early Christianity; Part 2: “Raised from the Dead”

•   276 pp.— Rs 150

Sethna, Kaikhushra Dhunjibhoy (Amal Kiran) (1904-)

Science, Materialism, Mysticism

•   356 pp.— Rs 100

Sethna, Kaikhushra Dhunjibhoy (Amal Kiran) (1904-)

Secret Splendour: Collected Poems

Beautifully bound collection of the profound, mystic poetry of one of Sri Aurobindo's long-time disciples, an avid student of the "master poet". Many poems have Sri Aurobindo's comments

•   784p.- ISBN: 8170583306.

Sethna, Kaikhushra Dhunjibhoy (Amal Kiran) (1904-)

Sri Aurobindo: The Poet

•   Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Ashram.— 436 pp.— ISBN: 81-7058-578-3.— Rs 180

•   [1st ed.].- Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo International Centre of Education, 1970.- iv, 472 p. 21 cm.- NOTES: Companion volume to The poetic genius of Sri Aurobindo. Includes bibliographical references.

Sethna, Kaikhushra Dhunjibhoy (Amal Kiran) (1904-)

Sri Aurobindo and Greece

•   98 pp.— Rs 80

Sethna, Kaikhushra Dhunjibhoy (Amal Kiran) (1904-)

Sri Aurobindo on Shakespeare

•   Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Ashram.— 124 pp.— ISBN: 81-7058-236-9.— Rs 45

•   [1st ed.].- Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Ashram, 1965.- 131 p. 17 cm.- NOTES: Bibliographical footnotes.

•   Berkeley: Sri Aurobindo Association, Incorporated, 1991.- 134 p.- ISBN/PRICE: 8170582369 TC; USD 4.75 R

Sethna, Kaikhushra Dhunjibhoy (Amal Kiran) (1904-)

Talks on Poetry

•   Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Ashram.— 438 pp.— ISBN: 81-7058-173-7.— Rs 110

•   1st ed.- Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo International Centre of Education.- 1989.- xvi, 438 p. ; 23 cm.- NOTES: Includes bibliographical references.- ISBN: 8170581737

Sethna, Kaikhushra Dhunjibhoy (Amal Kiran) (1904-)

Teilhard de Chardin and Our Time

•   343 pp.— Rs 150

Sethna, Kaikhushra Dhunjibhoy (Amal Kiran) (1904-)

Teilhard de Chardin and Sri Aurobindo: a focus on fundamentals

•   [1st ed.].- Varanasi (India): Bharatiya Vidya Prakasan, 1973.- ix, 139 p. 19 cm.

Sethna, Kaikhushra Dhunjibhoy (Amal Kiran) (1904-)

The Beginning of History for Israel

•   238 pp.— hc Rs 75

Sethna, Kaikhushra Dhunjibhoy (Amal Kiran) (1904-)

The Development of Sri Aurobindo’s Spiritual System and the Mother’s Contribution to it

•   80 pp.— Rs 120

Sethna, Kaikhushra Dhunjibhoy (Amal Kiran) (1904-)

The Indian Spirit and the World’s Future

•   Sri Aurobindo Society.— 185 pp.— ISBN: 81-7060-227-0.— Rs 150

Sethna, Kaikhushra Dhunjibhoy (Amal Kiran) (1904-)

The Inspiration of Paradise Lost

•   186 pp.— hc Rs 50

Sethna, Kaikhushra Dhunjibhoy (Amal Kiran) (1904-)

The Mother: Past—Present—Future

•   186 pp.— ISBN: 81-87916-05-2.— Rs 135

Sethna, Kaikhushra Dhunjibhoy (Amal Kiran) (1904-)

The Obscure and the Mysterious: A Research in Mallarmé’s Symbolist Poetry

•   Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Ashram.— 203 pp.— ISBN: 81-7058-065-X.— Rs 90

Sethna, Kaikhushra Dhunjibhoy (Amal Kiran) (1904-)

The passing of Sri Aurobindo: its inner significance and consequence

•   Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Ashram, 1951.- 23 p. ; 19 cm. (Number at Russian State Library IN 60-9/778)

Sethna, Kaikhushra Dhunjibhoy (Amal Kiran) (1904-)

The poetic genius of Sri Aurobindo.

•   [1st ed.].- Bombay: Sri Aurobindo Circle, 1947.- 156 p. 22 cm.

•   Rev. 2d ed.- Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Ashram, 1974.- 141 p.; 22 cm.- NOTES: Companion volume: Sri Aurobindo--the poet. First published in 1947.

•   Berkeley: Sri Aurobindo Association, Incorporated, 1974.- 141 p.- ISBN/PRICE: 0890712859 TP; USD 4.50 R

Sethna, Kaikhushra Dhunjibhoy (Amal Kiran) (1904-)

The Problem of Aryan Origins: From an Indian Point of View

•   443 pp.— ISBN: 81-85179-67-00- hc Rs 450

Sethna, Kaikhushra Dhunjibhoy (Amal Kiran) (1904-)

The Secret Splendour: Collected Poems of K. D. Sethna (Amal Kiran)

•   Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Ashram.— 784 pp.— ISBN: 81-7058-330-6.— hc Rs 550

•   1st ed.- Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Ashram, 1993.- xxxii, 784 p. ; 22 cm.- NOTES: Poems. ALT TITLE: Poems

Sethna, Kaikhushra Dhunjibhoy (Amal Kiran) (1904-)

The Thinking Corner: Causeries on Life and Literature

•   161 pp.— Rs 75

Sethna, Kaikhushra Dhunjibhoy (Amal Kiran) (1904-)

The spirituality of the future: a search apropos of R. C. Zaehner's study in Sri Aurobindo and Teilhard de Chardin

•   Rutherford, [N.J.]: London: Fairleigh Dickerson University Press; Associated University Presses, 1981.- 314 p.; 24 cm.- NOTES: Includes index. Bibliography: p. 286-289.- ISBN: 0838620280

Sethna, Kaikhushra Dhunjibhoy (Amal Kiran) (1904-)

The Virgin Birth and the Earliest Christian Tradition

•   92 pp.— Rs 85

Sethna, Kaikhushra Dhunjibhoy (Amal Kiran) (1904-)

The Vision and Work of Sri Aurobindo

Sri Aurobindo’s vision embraces all aspects and endeavours of humanity: science, art, philosophy, mysticism; man individual and collective. Many of these essays on diverse themes have been approved for publication by Sri Aurobindo himself

•   Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Ashram.— 238 pp.— ISBN: 81-7058-295-4.— hc Rs 125

•   Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Ashram, 1968.- x, 217 p. port. 23 cm.

•   2nd rev. and enlarged ed.- Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Ashram, 1992.- xi, 238 p.: 1 port. ; 23 cm.- NOTES: Includes bibliographical references.- ISBN: 8170582954

Sethna, Kaikhushra Dhunjibhoy (Amal Kiran) (1904-)

Vision and Work of Sri Aurobindo

Wide-ranging overview of Sri Aurobindo's thought and yogic practice, including Human Evolution, Doubts and the Life Divine, The Mother, Mind of Light, Difficulties in Yoga, Grace, etc

•   238p.- ISBN: 8170582954.

Seturaman, V.S.; Ramakrishna Rao, A.

Sri Aurobindo and Modern Criticism

•   // Banasthali Patrika, Rajasthan, India. Article in: vol. 17-18, for 1971-72.- PAGES: 45-51.- LANGUAGE: English

Shakespeare: quater centenary lectures

 Includes bibliographical references. The dramatis personae of Shakespeare's sonnets, by K. D. Sethna.--Sri Aurobindo on Shakespeare, by K. D. Sethna.--Some aspects of Shakespearian tragedy, by S. Ramaswami.--Some life themes in Shakespeare, by R. V. Seshaiya.--Three absent characters, by M. S. Duraiswami.--Interpretation as criticism, by V. S. Sethuraman.--Shakespeare's Cymbeline and Bhavabhuti's Uttararamacharitam, by K. B. Sitaramayya.

•   [1st ed.].- Annamalainagar: Annamalai University, 1969.- 150 p. 22 cm.

Sharma, Ram Nath (1931-)

Sri Aravinda ka sarvanga darsana

•   1965.- iii, xx, 189, ii p. 23 cm.- NOTES: In Hindi. List of the author's works: p. [i]-ii (last group). Bibliography: p. [181]-[184]

Sharma, Ram Nath (1931-)

The philosophy of Sri Aurobindo.

•   Meerut: Kedar Nath Ram Nath, 1958.- xvi, 191 [1] p. 23 cm.- NOTES: Thesis--University of Allahabad. Bibliography: p. [189]-[192]

•   Lucknow: Bharatiya Prakashan Mandir; [sole agents: Luzac, London], 1960.- 191 p.- NOTES: Thesis--University of Allahabad. Includes bibliography.

•   [2d ed.].- Meerut: Kedar Nath Ram Nath, 1963.- xviii, 191, [1] p. 23 cm.- NOTES: Thesis-University of Allahabad. Bibliogrphy: p. [189]-[192]

•   3rd ed.- Meerut, India: Kedar Nath Ram Nath, 1977.- xvi, 192 p.; 23 cm.- NOTES: Thesis (Ph. D.)--University of Allahabad. Bibliograhy: p. 186-188. (Number at Russian State Library C/W(81/526))

Sharma, Ram Nath (1931-)

The social philosophy of Sri Aurobindo

•   1st ed.- Delhi: Vineet, 1980.- xiv, 230, x p.; 25 cm.- NOTES: "A thesis approved for the D. Litt. degree of Meerut University." Includes indexes. Bibliography: p. [i]-vi (3d group)

Sherer, Jean Benedict

Immortality in the thought of Karl Rahner and Aurobindo Ghose

•   1978.- 193 leaves.- NOTES: Director of this thesis, Dr. Eugene C. Bianchi, Division of Religion. Thesis (M.A.)--Emory University. Bibliography: leaves 191-193.

Sherer, Jean Benedict

Setting the words to music: Sri Aurobindo Ghose's encounter with the modern world

Setting the Words to Music: Sri Aurobindo Ghose's Theological Encounter with the Modern World evaluates the political ideology, theology and attendant organizations of Sri Aurobindo Ghose (1872-1950) as agents in the modernization of India. Modernization is described as the processes by which societies become increasingly individualistic, egalitarian, literate, democratic and industrialized. The Indian caste system suggests additional processes, such as Sanskritization. Between 1892 and 1908, Aurobindo espoused an Extremist Party programme of swaraj, swadeshi, boycott and National Education. His methods--political meetings and journalism--and his message--swaraj or Indian independence--were modernized and modernizing. In 1910, after a year in prison and extensive yogic experimentation, Aurobindo turned from political activism to spiritual sadhana. The theological system he created, integral or purna advaita, worked major themes of Indian tradition into a synthetic whole. Aurobindo's integralism was unusual in that it sought the transformation of self and world into perfect expressions of the divine. The social ideal he sought went beyond modernity as conceived in the West to a post- modern "spiritual anarchy" in which the identity of individuals with the divine took priority over communalism. The organizations that grew out of the Aurobindian synthesis, especially the Sri Aurobindo Ashram and Auroville, illustrate Aurobindo's integralism as a practical discipline. The Ashram in Pondicherry pursues a relatively traditional sadhana and attempts to train a community of yogins capable of spearheading evolution towards divinity. In Auroville, the residents attempt to build a model community according to Aurobindian principles, particularly his ideas of evolution toward divinity and "spiritual anarchy." Auroville's internationalism and social commitment make Aurobindoism more than "just a cult." Aurobindo's theology, Auroville and the Ashram all seek a spiritually-grounded response to the inadequacies of modernity. Their contributions to the practical modernization of India have been limited--a spiritual a priori is always inconsistent with modern rationalism-- yet they indicate alternatives to uncritical social development.

•   [1th ed.].- 1983.- xv, 346 leaves; 28 cm.- NOTES: Thesis (Ph. D.)--Emory University; 0665, 1983. Bibliography: leaves [335]-346.- DAI, VOL. 44-12A, Page 3717, 00369 Pages.-

•   [2th ed.].- 1984.- xv, 346 p.- NOTES: Thesis (Ph. D.)--Emory University, 1983. Bibliography: p. [335]-346. Photocopy. Ann Arbor, Mich.: University Microfilms International, 1984. 21 cm.

Shrivastava, G. M. L.

Aurobindo and Patanjali: a critical andanalytical study

•   New Delhi: Criterion Publications, 1990.- 194 p.: charts ; 22 cm.- NOTES: Includes bibliographical references (p. [187]-192)and index.

Shrivastava, G. M. L.

The Yoga of Patanjali and the Integral Yoga of Sri Aurobindo

•   1st ed.- Delhi: Vishwa-Kala Prakashan, 1987.- xiv, 194 p., [3] leaves of plates: ill.; 23 cm.- NOTES: Spine title: The Yoga. Includes index. Bibliography: p. [187]-192.

Simha, Anjani Kumara

Sriaravinda ka purnayoga

•   1. samskarana.- Ilahabada: Kitaba Mahala, 1983.- 8, xiv, 170 p.; 23 cm.- NOTES: In Hindi. Bibliography: p. [166]-170. Life and works of Aurobindo Ghose, 1872-1950, Indic philosopher.

Simmons, Ernest Lee

Process pluralism and integral non-dualism: a comparative study of the divine in the thought of Alfred North Whitehead and Sri Aurobindo Ghose

 Today's unprecedented confluence of religious and philosophical traditions calls for attention to the question of how religious viewpoints can be constructively related without abrogating either side. The present comparative study is one response to this concern. The purpose is two-fold; first, to test the ability of Whitehead's philosophical system, originating in Western exoteric scientific analysis, to take account of the experience of Aurobindo, an Eastern mystic in the esoteric tradition of Advaita Vedanta and, second, to determine whether the philosophical articulation of such non-dual experience can be found at all compatible with Whitehead. The major conclusion of this study is that Whitehead's metaphysics can adequately account for Aurobindo's experience and philosophy, indicating that a metaphysics grounded in process can be relevant to the articulation of at least one form of mystical experience. Thus the claim of multiplicity and becoming to express the nature of mystical reality may be equal to that of unity and being. Under such circumstances Whitehead's metaphysics may be helpful in grounding inter-religious dialog as well as assisting in the integration of exoteric and esoteric experience. In his yogic practice Aurobindo contended that he had had four major realizations; Nirvana (non-duality), Cosmic Consciousness in the personal Divine of Vasudeva, Integral Brahman (static and dynamic) and overmental descent leading to Supermind. A Whiteheadian analysis of yogic method was then shown to involve the silencing of symbolic reference to allow for perception in the two pure modes alone. Perception in presentational immediacy could produce the experience of the illusoriness of the phenomenal world, and causal efficacy without referential specificity may result in the experience of a non-specific unity of reality. These results parallel Aurobindo's experience of the silencing of thought and the unqualified non-duality of Nirvana. If Whitehead's system is to allow for Aurobindo's other realizations, in some way the unity of Divine experience must be prehendable. The prehendability of any actual entity is via the entity as superject which must also be true of God. The unitive satisfaction of the Primordial and Consequent Natures is prehendable through God as superject which is the Superjective Nature. As a superjective unity, the subjective form of God's physical and conceptual feelings would then be accessible by physical and hybrid physical prehensions analogous to the experience of Supermind as discolsive of the Divine. Through a clearer understanding of the function of God as superject several internal problems in Whiteheadian metaphysics are resolved as well as accounting for the major realizations of Aurobindo. Aurobindo integrated his philosophy by means of two novel concepts; the "triple poise" Brahman understood as Transcendent, Universal and Individual and Supermind conceived as the "connecting link" between Sachchidananda and Matter-Life-Mind. The triple poise

•   1981.- x, 328 leaves, bound; 28 cm.- NOTES: Thesis (Ph. D.)--Claremont Graduate School; 0047, 1981. Bibliography: leaves 320-328. Microfiche. Ann Arbor, Mich.: University Microfilms International, 1981. 4 fiches; 10 x 15 cm.- DAI, VOL. 42-07A, Page 3197, 00338 Pages.

Singh, Har Krishan

The grace of Sri Aurobindo and the Mother: (stories about Sri Aurobindo and the Mother), part one

•   1st ed.- Pondicherry, India: Mt. Tremper, N.Y.: H.K. Singh; Distributed by Matagiri, 1976.- 47 p.; 18 cm.

Singh, Har Krishan

The path of Sri Aurobindo and the Mother: in a nutshell

•   Pondicherry: Mt. Tremper, N.Y.: H.K. Singh; MATAGIRI [distributor], 1976.- 66 p.- NOTES: Distributors label on cover.

Singh, Karan

Prophet of Indian nationalism. A study of the political thought of Sri Aurobindo Ghose. 1853-1910. With a foreword by Jawaharlal Nehru

•   197 pp.— Rs 35

•   London: Allen & Unwin, 1963.- 163p. 1 l.- Bibliography - pp. 158-163. (Number at Russian State Library IN 63-57-99)

Singh R. K.

The Poet of Savitri: A Study in Romantic Strain

•   // The Literary Endeavour: A Quarterly Journal Devoted to English Studies (LitE), Hyderabad, India. Article in: vol. 4 no. 1-2, 1982 July-Dec.- PAGES: 39-50.- STANDARD NO: 0255-2779.- LANGUAGE: English.

Singh R. K.

Savitri: a spiritual epic

•   1st ed.- Bareilly: Prakash Book Depot, 1984.- iv, 164 p.; 22 cm.- NOTES: Bibliography: p. [157]-164.

Singh, Satya Prakash (1934-)

Impact of the Gita on Sri Aurobindo's Philosophy. In Honour of Ramesh Mohan

•   // Sharma, T. R. (ed.). Influence of Bhagavadgita on Literature Written in English. Meerut: Shalabh, 1988. xxxiv, 277 pp.- PAGES: 181-190.- LANGUAGE: English.- PUB TYPE: book article

Singh, Satya Prakash (1934-)

Sri Aurobindo and Jung: a comparative study in Yoga and depth psychology

•   1st ed.- Aligarh: Madhucchandas Publications, 1986.- 239, [1] p.; 22 cm.- NOTES: Bibliography: p. [240]

Singh, Satya Prakash (1934-)

Sri Aurobindo and Whitehead on the nature of God

•   Aligarh: Vigyan Prakashan, 1972.- 196 p. 23 cm.- NOTES: Includes bibliographical references.

Singh, Satya Prakash (1934-)

Sri Aurobindo, Jung and Vedic Yoga

•   423 pp.— ISBN: 81-87471-12-3.— hc Rs 650

Singh, Satya Prakash (1934-)

Sriaravindadarsanam.- Aligarhanagarastham: Vivekaprakasanam

•   1975.- 128 p.; 22 cm.- NOTES: In Sanskrit. "Sriaravindapranitah pramukha granthah": p. [127]-128.

Singh, Satya Prakash (1934-)

The Educational doctrines of Plato and Sri Aurobindo: a comparative study

•   1st ed.- Delhi: Seema Sahitya Bhawan, 1992.- xi, 186 p. ; 23 cm.- NOTES: Includes index. Include s bibliographical references (p. [170]-181).

Singh, Satya Prakash (1934-)

Vedic Symbolism

•   614 pp.— ISBN: 81-901304-0-4.— hc Rs 795

Singh, Shiva Prasad (1929-)

Uttara yogi: Sri Aravinda; jivana aura darsana

•   [1. samskarana].- Ilahabada: Lokabharati Prakasana, 1972.- 8, 473 p. ports. 26 cm.- NOTES: In Hindi.

Singhi, Narendra Kumar (1936-)

Towards theory of alternative society

•   Jaipur: Rawat Publication, 1987.- vi, 141 p.; 23 cm.- NOTES: Includes bibliographies and index. History and philosophy of the Auroville Project at Pondicherry, founded by the Mother, disciple of Aurobindo Ghose, 1872-1950, Indic philosopher.- ISBN: 8170330211:

Sinha, Avanindra Kumar (1941-)

The dramatic art of Sri Aurobindo

•   New Delhi: S. Chand, 1979.- v, 227 p., [1] leaf of plates: port.; 22 cm.- NOTES: Originally presented as the author's thesis. Bibliography: p. 221-227.

Sinha, Priti

The Philosophy of Advaita: A Transition from Shankara to Sri Aurobindo

•   435 pp.— hc Rs 150

•   1st ed.- Varanasi: Sivaraja Publications, 1986.- xxiii, 435 p.; 23 cm.- NOTES: Includes bibliographical references (p. [409]-429)

Sinha, Ramesh Chandra (1944-)

Concepts of reason and intuition: with special reference to Sri Aurobindo, K.C. Bhattacharyya, and Radhakrishnan

•   Patna: Janaki Prakashan, 1981.- x, 234 p.; 22 cm.- NOTES: Includes index. Bibliography: p. 216-231.

Sitaramayya; Gouri, Swarna

A Dual Power of God: Sri Aurobindo’s Satyavan and Savitri: A Brief Study

•   79 pp.— Rs 60

Six pillars: introductions to the major works of Sri Aurobindo

Savitri; poetic expression of spiritual experience, by John Collins.-- The foundations of Indian culture; its contemporary significance, by Thomas Berry.-- The vision of the Purushottama in Essays on the Gita, by Thomas J. Hopkins.-- A new yoga for a new age: a critical introduction to The synthesis of yoga, by J. Bruce Long.-- A pragmatic approach to The human cycle, by Eugene Fontinell.-- The life divine; Sri Aurobindo's philosophy of evolution and transformation, by Robert A. McDermott.

•   Chambersburg, Pa.: Wilson Books, 1974.- ix, 198 p.: port.; 21 cm.- SERIES: [South and Southeast Asia studies].- NOTES: Bibliography: p. 194-198.- ISBN: 0890120013

Smart, Aniruddha

Ignorance and the Supermind

•   41 pp.— Rs 15

Smith, Jay (ed.)

Pioneer of the supramental age; Sri Aurobindo, the enshrinement and the future

•   [Delhi]: Sri Aurobindo Ashram, 1958.- iv, 183 p. illus., ports (1 col.) 22 cm.- NOTES: Foreword signed: Jay Smith, editor.

Smith, Noel W.

The evolution of psychophysical dualism in ancient India: From the Rig Veda to the Sutras

•   // Mankind Quarterly, Fall/Winter90, Vol. 31 Issue 1-2, p3, 13p.- Abstract: Traces the evolution of psychophysical dualism in India. Analysis of texts from the `Rig Veda' to the `Sutras'; `Brahmanas'; `Atman'; `Upanishads'; `Vendata Sutra.'.- AN: 9608216285.- ISSN: 0025-2344

Sobel, Jyoti

Savitri concordance: a word-concordance of Sri Aurobindo's epic poem

•   Pondicherry: All India Books, 1984.- 485 p.; 16 cm.

Sobel, Prem

The life divine concordance: aword-concordance of Sri Aurobindo's The life divine

•   Pondicherry, India: Sri AurobindoAs hram Trust, 1992.- 654 p. ; 16 cm.- ISBN: 8170583071

Sobieroj, Martin

In German

Der Stern des Abgrundes: Das Medium Adolf Hitler im Lichte Sri Aurobindos und Der Mutter

Soliman, Lotfallah

In English

Auroville, the fulfilment of a dream

•   // UNESCO Courier, n1, pp.46-49, v. 46, Jan 1993 Number:01438500.- ISSN: 0041-5278.- Features: Photograph Copyright:Copyright Not copyrighted; cite with credit. 1993.

Southard B.

The political strategy of Ghosh, Aurobindo - the utilization of Hindu religious symbolism and the problem of political mobilization in Bengal

•   // Modern Asian studies, V14, JUL, 1980 (Country: USA)

Spada, Domenico

Sri Aurobindo, uomo e profeta.- Edizione arricchita da un glossario e da originali fotografie fuori testo

•   Imola: Galeati, 1975.- 424 p., [4] leaves of plates: ill.; 22 cm.- NOTES: Bibliography: p. 391-393.

Speak Sanskrit: The Easy Way / Edited by Narendra

•   Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Ashram.— 64 pp.— ISBN: 81-7058-740-9.— Rs 25

Spiegelberg, Frederic (1897-)

"Make earth the home of the wonderful, and life, beatitude's kiss"

•   [Berkeley, Calif.?: s.n., 1978.- 20 leaves; 29 cm.- SERIES: Pacific Coast Theological Group. [Papers].- NOTES: Caption title. Photocopy of the author's chapter from Living religions of the world; " ... preceded and followed by several paragraphs of newly developed ideas" on mimeographed leaves.

Springs of Indian wisdom: Aurobindo, Gandi, Hitopadesa, Ramakrishna, Tagore

•   New York: Herder Book Center, 1965.- 1 v. (unpaged) illus. 12 cm.

Springs of Indian wisdom: Aurobindo, Gandi, Hitopadesa, Ramakrishna, Tagore

•   Johannesburg: Swami Nischalananda Memorial Publications, 1966.- 1 v. (unpaged) illus. 12 cm.

Sri Aurobindo

•   Madras: Sunday Times Bookshop, 1950 1950.- ii, 44 p. illus., ports. 19 cm.- NOTES: "Reprint of photographs and articles on Sri Aurobindo from the Sri Aurobindo Memorial number of "Sunday Times", dated 17th Dec. 1950."

•   [New Delhi]: Publications Division, Ministry of Information and Broadcasting, Govt. of India, 1972.- xxi, 48 p. (chiefly illus.) facsims. 19 x 26 cm.- LANGUAGE: English

Sri Aurobindo

•   Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Ashram Trust, 1977 9999.- PUB TYPE: Serial.- FORMAT: v. ill. 27 cm.- NUMBERING: v. 1- Apr. 1977-.- NOTES: "Archives and research."

Sri Aurobindo: a centenary tribute

•   Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Ashram Press, 1974.- li, 346 p., [5] leaves of plates: ill.; 28 cm.- NOTES: "This selection of essays and addresses in commemoration of Sri Aurobindo's birth centenary is sponsored by the National Committee for Sri Aurobindo's Birth Centenary..." Includes bibliographical references.

Sri Aurobindo: a garland of tributes

•   Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Research Academy, 1973.- vii, 252 p. illus. 22 cm.- NOTES: "Sri Aurobindo birth centenary, 15th August 1972." Includes bibliographical references.

Sri Aurobindo: a lifesketch

•   Calcutta, Arya, 1937.- [1], 16, [2],p. port.

Sri Aurobindo: a note on his birth centenary, 15th August 1872-15th August 1972

•   [London] (82 Bell St., N.W.1): [Sri Aurobindo Society], 1972.- [22] p.: ill., ports.; 25 cm.- ISBN: 0950241903 (sd)

Sri Aurobindo; an interpretation

•   Delhi: Vikas Pub. House, 1973.- viii, 174 p. 23 cm.- NOTES: "Issued under the auspices of Nehru Memorial Museum and Library." Aurobindo Ghose, by B. R. Nanda.--Sri Aurobindo's philosophy, by V. Madhusudan Reddy.--Sri Aurobindo-poet as seer, by S. Ghose.--Sri Aurobindo on applied science in Savitri, by V. K. Gokak.--Sri Aurobindo's interpretation of the Gita, by A. K. Majumdar.--Sri Aurobindo's political thought, by S. K. Banerji.--Sri Aurobindo's vision of human unity, by V. Madhusudan Reddy.

Sri Aurobindo: archives and research

[Pondicherry, India: Sri Aurobindo Ashram Trust], 1977 9999.- PUB TYPE: Serial.- FORMAT: v. ill. 27 cm.- NUMBERING: v. 1- Apr. 1977-

Sri Aurobindo: eternity's delegate

•   Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Society, 1984 1984.- 40 p.: ports. ; 19 cm.- NOTES: "Reprintof: All India magazine, August 1984, a monthly magazine of Sri Aurobindo Society"- P. [4] of cover.

Sri Aurobindo; his life, thought and legacy, integral yoga, evolution and Auroville / McDermott, Robert Allen, 1941- ed.

•   [West Nyack, N.Y.: Cross Currents Corp.], 1972.- p. [1]-128. illus., ports.- NOTES: Cross currents. v. 22 no. 1, Winter 1972. Cover title. Includes bibliography.- ALT TITLE: Cross currents.

Sri Aurobindo: The Life of Sri Aurobindo in Pictures

•   New Delhi, 1972.- xx p; 24 l ill. (Number at Russian State Library IN 73-24/25)

Sri Aurobindo: The Story of His Life

•   / Sri Aurobindo Ashram.- Pondicherry, 1972.- 93 p. ports. 28 cm.

•   2d ed.- Pondicherry, 1983.-95p. (See at National Library of Litva, Vilnus)

•   2nd ed.- India: Sri Aurobindo Ashram Press, 1990.- 94 p.- ISBN: 817058079X: R12

Sri Aurobindo and his Ashram

•   Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Ashram.— 62 pp.— ISBN: 81-7058-738-7.— Rs 15

•   1st ed.- Calcutta: Arya Pub. House, 1948.- 61 p.; 19 cm.- NOTES: "Published by T. Patro ... Calcutta; Inprimerie de Sri Aurobindo Ashram, Pondichéry."--T.p. verso. "An enlarged and revised edition of the previously published volume 'Sri Aurobindo: a life sketch'."-- Publishers' note. The ashram and the teaching published also as booklet under title The teaching and the ashram of Sri Aurobindo.-- Publishers' note. A short biography -- The ashram and the teaching.

•   2nd ed. / Sri Aurobindo Ashram.- Pondicherry: [Sri Aurobindo Ashram], 1951.- 70 p..; 18 cm.- NOTES: "The ashram and the teaching," p. [53]-63, also issued separately with title: The teaching and the ashram of Sri Aurobindo. OTHER: Ghose, Aurobindo, 1872-1950. (Number at Russian State Library IN 60-25/408)

•   / Sri Aurobindo Ashram.- Pondicherry, 1964.- 95 p. 18 cm. - NOTES: "First published . 1948." "Revised and enlarged form combining . Sri Aurobindo: a life sketch and The tea ching and the Ashram of Sri Aurobindo."

•   Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Ashram, 1969.- 95 p.; 19 cm.

•   Commemorating the seventy-fifth anniversary of Sri Aurobindo's arrival in Pondicherry 4 April 1901-1985.- 7th (De luxe) ed.- Pondicherry: Sri Aurobin do Ashram, 1985.- 45 p., [5] p. of plates: ill., facsims., ports. (some col.) ; 25 cm.- NOTES: "Firsted. 1948."

Sri Aurobindo and The Mother on collective yoga

extracts compiled from the writings and published conversations of Sri Aurobindo and The Mother, dealing directly or indirectly with a collective discipline

•   Mt. Tremper, N.Y.: Matagiri, 1974.- [3], 75 p.: ports.; 18 cm.

Sri Aurobindo and the New Age: Essays in Memory of Kishor Gandhi

•   Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Ashram.— 239 pp.— ISBN: 81-7058-505-80- hc Rs 85

Sri Aurobindo and Vedic interpretations

•   Bombay: Somaiya Publications, 1996.- xiii, 121 p. ; 22 cm. - NOTES: Includes bibliographical references. Contributed research papers presented at a Seminar on Veda, Tantra, and Sri Aurobindo,jointly organized by the Department of Philosophy, University of Bombay and K.J. Somaiya Bharatiya Sanskriti Peetham on 3rd Feb., 1995.- ISBN: 8170392179.

Sri Aurobindo Ashram. Running commentary during the physical demonstration.

•   Pondicherry, 1963.- 8, xvi, 9p.- (Number at Russian State Library IN 63-33/173)

•   Pondicherry, 1967.- 20p.- (Number at Russian State Library IN 68-14/548)

Sri Aurobindo Ashram. Physical demonstration and offering to Sri Aurobindo and the Mother for the centenary year

•   Pondicherry, 1977. (Number at Russian State Library IN 75-15/301)

Sri Aurobindo Ashram

•   // The Mother on India.- Pondicherry, 1963.- [30] p.; 20 cm.- NOTES: Cover title.

Sri Aurobindo birth centenary souvenir

•   New Delhi, 1973.- 169 p. illus. (part col.) 24 cm.- NOTES: Advertising matter included in paging. Includes bibliographical references. (Number at Russian State Library IN 77-21/56)

Sri Aurobindo centenary annual

•   [Colombo]: Sri Aurobindo Centenary Committee, 1972 9999.- PUB TYPE: Serial.- FORMAT: illus. 25 cm.- NUMBERING: 1972-

Sri Aurobindo circle

Bombay: Sri Aurobindo Society, 19uu 9999.- PUB TYPE: Serial.- NOTES: "Issued by Sri Aurobindo Ashram, Pondicherry."

•   Pondicherry, 1976.- N 32.- 126p. (Number at Russian State Library C/F-922)

Sri Aurobindo Mandir

•   Kalikata: Aurobindo Patha Mandir, 1948.- 87 p. ; 22 cm.

Sri Aurobindo Mandir. Sri Aurobindo Mandir annual

Calcutta, 1942 9999.- PUB TYPE: Serial.- FORMAT: ports. 25 cm.- NUMBERING: Began publication in 1942.- ISSN: 0584-9780

•   Annual 2.- 15th August 1943.- 242p. (Number at Russian State Library N 259/10)

•   Annual 13.- 15th August 1954.- 99p. (Number at Russian State Library N 259/10)

Sri Aurobindo memorial lectures

•   Madras: Dr. S. Radhakrishnan Institute for Advanced Study in Philosophy, University of Madras, 19uu 9999.- PUB TYPE: Serial.- FORMAT: v.; 26 cm.- NOTES: Description based on: 1978.- OTHER: Dr. S. Radhakrishnan Institute for Advanced Study in Philosophy.

Sri Aurobindo on Democracy and Secularism / Edited by G. P. Gupta and M. S. Srinivasan

•   Sri Aurobindo Society.— 36 pp.— ISBN: 81-7060-140-1.— Rs 15

Sri Aurobindo Society. Annual

•   [Pondicherry], 1uuu 9999.- PUB TYPE: Serial

Sri Aurobindo Society (Women's Council) (ed.). Pre-Natal Education

On the true purpose of marriage and child-birth. Includes selections from Sri Aurobindo and Mother as well as articles from other sources, on parent's roles, their consciousness during conception, call for the soul, exercises and experiences during pregnancy, pre-natal samskaras

•   47p.

Sri Aurobindo University Centre, Pondicherry, 1951 / Sri Aurobindo Ashram

•   Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Ashram, 1951.- 17 p.

Sri Aurobindo year: centenary calendar

•   [Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Ashram, 1972.- 1 v. (unpaged) 21 cm.- NOTES: Cover title: Sri Aurobindo centenary calendar.

Sri Aurobindo, 1872-1972; herald and pioneer of future man, a centenary symposium

•   London: Sri Aurobindo Society of Great Britain, 1972.- xi, 58 p. port. 23 cm.- NOTES: Limited ed. of 500 copies. Includes bibliographical references. Editor's introduction.--Sri Aurobindo. The teaching of Sri Aurobindo.--Parish, M. Sri Aurobindo and his Ashram.--Basu, A. Sri Aurobindo's philosophy of evolution.--Smart, N. Sri Aurobindo and history.--Měhling, J. Auroville and the crisis of our time.--The Mother. A force greater than the mind.--Schnapper, E. The old and the new.--Sri Aurobindo. A new and larger synthesis.--Davies, D. Facets of integration.-- Mukherjee, P. The man who never smiled.--Kleinman, R. The concept of an integral absolute in Sri Aurobindo's philosophy.--Sri Aurobindo. Man has to exceed himself.- ISBN: 0950241911

Sri Aurobindo's action

•   [Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo's Action, 197u 9999.- PUB TYPE: Serial.- FORMAT: v.: ill.; 30-41 cm.- FREQUENCY: Monthly.- NOTES: "The journal of India's resurgence." Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 10 (July 1971)

Sri Aurobindo’s Savitri: An Adventure of Consciousness

•   Sri Aurobindo Society.— 288 pp.— ISBN: 81-7060-183-5.— Asoka K. Ganguli. - Rs 90

Sri Aurobindo‘s Savitri: Read by Nirodbaran

These readings of Savitriwere recorded in the late 1970s and early 1980s. They have now been put into digital MP3 form. This complete reading of Savitriis about 40 hours in length

•   MP3 CD set of 2.— Rs 200

Sri Aurovinda: proceedings of a seminar organised by the Asiatic Society, Calcutta

•   Calcutta: Asiatic Society, 1976.- 64 p.; 22 cm.- SERIES: Asiatic Society seminar series; 3.- NOTES: Includes bibliographical references.

Sriarabinda janma satabarshiki smaraka grantha

•   Kalikata: Sriarabinda Pathamandira, 1972.- 8, 311 p. illus. 23 cm.- NOTES: In Bengali. Includes bibliographical references.

Srinivasa Iyengar, K. R. SEE Iyengar, K.R. Srinivasa

Srivastava, Mira (1938-)

Kavyacintana, Sri Aravinda

•   1. samskarana.- Ilahabada: Lokabharati Prakasana, 1988.- xiii, 173 p. ; 22 cm.- NOTES: In Hindi. Cover title: Kavya cintana, Sri Aravinda. Includes bibliographies. Study of aesthetics in the poetry of Aurobindo Ghose, 1872-1950.

Srivastava, Pratibha

Sri Aravinda aura Mahatma Gandhike darsanom ka samikshatmaka adhyayana

•   Samskarana 1.- Na.i Dilli: Klasikal Pablising Kampani, 1993.- 264 p. ; 22 c m. - Includes bibliographical references (p. 250-264).- ISBN: 8170541778

Srivastava, Rama Shanker

Sri Aurobindo and the theories of evolution

a critical and comparative study of the Indian and western theories of evolution with special reference to Sri Aurobindo's philosophy of evolution

•   [1st ed.].- Varanasi: Chowkhamba Sanskrit Series Office, 1968.- xv, 464 p. 22 cm.- SERIES: The Chowkhamba Sanskrit studies, v. 60.- NOTES: Bibliography: p. [439]-457.

Srivastava, Ripusudan Prasad

Contemporary Indian idealism (with special reference to Swami Vivekananda, Sri Aurobindo, and Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan)

•   [1st ed.].- Delhi: Motilal Banarsidass, 1973.- xii, 212 p. 23 cm.- NOTES: Bibliography: p. [195]-203.

Stoeber, Michael

Mysticism in Aurobindo and Bonaventure: a comparative study

•   Ottawa: National Library of Canada, 1987.- 3 microfiches (148 fr.); 11 x 15 cm.- SERIES: Canadian theses = Thčses canadiennes.- NOTES: Thesis (M.A.)--University of Calgary, 1986. Includes bibliography.- ISBN: 0315327596

Stroka, Janina

A Captive of Her Love: Letters and Paintings of Janina Stroka

Inspired collection of letters, poems and paintings by Janina Stroka giving a lively insight into an ardent western devotee's life and sadhana in the Sri Aurobindo Ashram from 1957 until her passing in 1964. Makes a beautiful gift

•   Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Ashram.— 106 pp.— ISBN: 81-7058-520-1.— Rs 175

Sunanda

Kiki and other Stories: Based on Mother’s Talks / Retold by Sunanda

•   Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Ashram.— 48 pp.— ISBN: 81-7058-326-8.— Rs 12

Sunanda

Rainbow Lands

•   65 pp.— ISBN: 81-86413-12-X.— Rs 40

Sunanda

Stories and Plays for Children

•   Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Ashram.— 91 pp.— ISBN: 81-7058-161-3.— Rs 30

Sunthanakara, Sadananda

Aravinda dohana.- Prathamavrtti

•   Belag.va: Srikrshna Prakasana, 1956.- v. <2>: ill. ; 19 cm.- NOTES: In Marathi. Cover title: Aravinda-dohana. -2. Gitamrtasa.jivani. Studies in the philosophy of Aurobindo Ghose,1872-1950. Microfiche. New Delhi: Library of Congress Office ; Washington, D.C.: Library of Congress Photoduplication Service, 1990- microfiches <4->.

Surendranath Jauhar: His Life, Work and Thought

A commemorative volume with an introduction by Dr K. R. Srinivasa Iyengar

•   464 pp.— ISBN: 81-900155-0-8.— hc Rs 250

Swatantra

Sri Aurobindo on the Function of Poetry

•   // Banasthali Patrika, Rajasthan, India. Article in: vol. 17-18, for 1971-72.- PAGES: 12-17.- LANGUAGE: English

T

Tagore, Rabindranath (1861-1941)

Salutation to Sri Aurobindo

•   Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Ashram, 1949.— 9 p. 22 cm.— NOTES: Bengali, English, and Hindi. (Number at Russian State Library IN 61-27/126)

Tamaki, Koshiro (1915-)

Kindai Indo shiso no keisei

•   Tokyo: Tokyo Daigaku Shuppankai, 1965.— 5, 18, 629, 28, 24 p. ports. 22 cm.— NOTES: Summary in English. Includes bibliographies.— SUBJECT: Vivekananda, — Swami, — 1863-1902. Ghose, Aurobindo, — 1872-1950. Philosophy, Hindu.

Tehmi

Sri Aurobindo: The Story of His Life. Adapted from the Gujarati ‘Sri Aravindayan’

For young readers, written in simple English in verse form.

•   Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Ashram.— 95 pp.— ISBN: 81-7058-079-X.— Rs 30

Teilhard de Chardin, Pierre

Carnets Teilhard

•   Paris: Editions un iversitaires, 1962 1964.— 10 v. in 1. 19 cm.— NOTES: 1. Album, par G. Maglior e.—2.—3. Teilhrd et Saint-Exupery-4. Pour et contre-5-6. Vocabulaire Teilhard-7. Claudel et Mauriac-8. Teilhardet les grandes derives du monde vivant-9. Evolution et temporalite chez Teilhard-10. Teilhard et Sri Aurobindo, par Andre Monestier.

Tej, Susama

Sri Aurobindo and the Modern Critics

•   // Triveni: Journal of Indian Renaissance, Machilipatnam-521001, India. Article in: vol. 45 no. 1, 1976.— PAGES: 51-54.— STANDARD NO: 0041-3135.— LANGUAGE: English

Ten Indian biographies, in Hindi

•   Prayaga: Hindi Presa, 1930.— 10 v. in 1: ports.; 18 cm.— SERIES: Balacaritamala; sam. 10, 5, 11, 4, 9, 24, 33, 7, 39, 35.— NOTES: Title on spine. Sarmma, S. Paájaba-kesari Lala Lajapataraya.— Upadhyaya, A. Sara Firozasaha Mehata.—Caturvedi, L. Sriramesacandradatta.—Varma, P. Raja Ramamohana Raya.— Upadhyaya, A. Gopalakrshna Gokhale.—Sarmma, S. Srisayajirava Gayakavara.—Ojha, P. Yogi Aravinda.—Varmma, J. Svami Ramakrshna Paramahamsa.—Gaura, G. S. Guru-Nanaka.— Ojha, P. Mahakavi Tulasidasa.

Ten Poems by Sri Aurobindo: Audio CD / Music By Holger; Recitation By Graeme Allwright.

Moon of Two Hemispheres; Trance; Flamewind; Pall of Black Night; In Horis Aeternum; Dreamboat; Divine Hearing; Lost Boat; The River; Journey's End.

•   Duration 30:30.— Rs 200

Terdjman, Jean-Michel

Erreur, ignorance et illusion: d'apr.s Spinoza et Sri Aurobindo

•   Paris: Deux oc.ans, 1994.— 255 p. ; 21 cm.— NOTES: Includes bibliographical references (p. [247]-249).— ISBN: 2866810600

The Advent

Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Ashram, 19uu 9999.— PUB TYPE: Serial.— NOTES: "A quarterly devoted to the exposition of Sri Aurobindo's vision of the future."

The Auroville Adventure

Selections from ten years of the journal ‘Auroville Today’

•   169 pp.— Rs 150

The Auroville Handbook: 2003 Edition

•   138 pp.— Rs 125

The hierarchy of minds: the mind levels: a compilation from the works of Sri Aurobindo and the Mother

•   Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Ashram, 1984.— xxi, 174 p.: ill. ; 19cm.— ISBN:8170580331

The Matagiri catalog: featuring the works of Sri Aurobindo, 1981-82

•   Mt. Tremper, N.Y.: Matagiri Sri Aurobindo Center, Inc., 1982.— 48 p.; 22 cm.

The Message of Sri Aurobindo and the Ashram

•   3d ed.— Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Ashram, 1962.— 82 p.

•   [2d ed.].— Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Ashram, 1952.— 32 p. 19 cm.— NOTES: The message of Sri Aurobindo [by] Nolini Kanta Gupta.—Sri Aurobindo Ashram [by] M. P. Pandit.—Sri Aurobindo International University Centre: the purpose [by] M. P. Pandit.

The message of the Gita as interpreted by Sri Aurobindo / edited by Anilbaran Roy

•   London: G. Allen & Unwin, 1938.— xiv, 281 p. 25 cm.— NOTES: Sanskrit text and English translation. "The notes have been entirely compiled from [Aurobindo Ghose's Essays on the Gita."—Pref. Master microform held by: DLC. Microfilm. Washington, D.C., United States Library of Congress, 19-. 1 reel. 35 mm. Pref. Microfilm. New York: New York Public Library, 1984. 1 microfilm reel ; 35 mm. (MN *ZZ-18808) ALT TITLE: Mahabharata. Bhagavadgita. English & Sanskrit. OTHER: Ghose, Aurobindo, 1872-1950. Roy, Anilbaran, 1890- ed.

The Mother: Images of Her Life: [Photoalbum]

Presents over a hundred photographs of the Mother covering the entire panorama of her life. On art paper with captions and quotations. Compiled from the Works of the Mother, Sri Aurobindo and other various sources

•   Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Ashram.— 64 pp.— ISBN: 81-7058-704-2.— Rs 65

The Relevance of Sri Aurobindo Today

•   106 pp.— hc Rs 20

The Story of India's spiritual destiny

•   Pondicherry: Sri A. Ashram, 1956.— 56 p. illus. (part col.) 25 cm.

The teaching and the Ashram of Sri Aurobindo

•   2nd. ed.— Calcutta: Araya Publishing, 1945.— 12 p. ; 14 cm.— NOTES: "Second edition, May, 1945."- t.p. verso.

The True Teacher: Integral Education Series

•   Sri Aurobindo Society.— 70 pp.— ISBN: 81-7060-102-9.— Rs 30

The Upanishads: texts, translations and commentaries

•   Popular ed.— Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Ashram, 1972.— 540, [2] p.; 28 cm.— SERIES: Sri Aurobindo Birth Centenary Library; v. 12.— NOTES: Translated from Sanskrit. Label mounted on t.p.: "Distributed by Matagiri, Mt. Tremper, N.Y." Bibliography: p. [542].— ALT TITLE: Upanishads. English. Selections.

The Vision of Sri Aurobindo

•   Pondicherry: Dipti Publications, 1973.— 193 p.; 23 cm.— NOTES: Includes bibliographical references.

Themanlys, Claire

Le Rayon vert, pièce en 1 acte

•   . [Paris, Nouveau-Théâtre, 27 mai 1922.].— Paris: Publications (cosmiques), 1922.

Themanlys, Claire

Premiers pas vers la route spirituelle.— In French

•    Paris: Publications cosmiques, 1922.

Themanlys, Louis Moïse

Attitudes spirituelles, éléments initiatiques.— In French

•    Paris: Publications I. R. [revue "Ideґal et reґaliteґ"], (1928)

Themanlys, Louis Moïse

Exposé sur le mouvement cosmique.— In French

•    Paris: Deґpo^t des Publications cosmiques, 1906.

Themanlys, Louis Moïse

Idéal et réalite.— In French

•   1re [-7e] anneґe, 1922[-1930].

Themanlys, Louis Moïse

L’humanisme.— In French

•   Paris: Publications, 1920.

Themanlys, Louis Moïse

La route infinie: pièce en deux actes et trois tableaux.— In French

•    Paris: H. Jouve, 1908.

Themanlys, Louis Moïse

Les àmes vivantes.— In French

•    Paris: Société d’éditions littéraires et artistiques, 1902.

Themanlys, Louis Moïse

Les pionniers.— In French

•    Paris : Publications cosmiques, 1920.

Themanlys, Louis Moïse

Miroir philosophique.— In French

•    Paris: Chacornac, 1911.

Themanlys, Louis Moïse

Misère et charité, essai de synthèse sociale.— In French

•    Paris : Société française d’imprimerie et de librairie, 1903.

Themanlys, Louis Moïse

Quelques colonnes dans le temple, éléments initiatiques.— In French

•    Paris: Publications I. R. [revue "Idéal et réalité"], (1927)

Themanlys, Louis Moïse

Principes généraux de la Philosophie Cosmique.— In French

•    Paris: Dépot des publications cosmiques; 19, Boulevard Morland, 1907

Themi

Sri Aurobindo; The Story of His Life

•   Berkeley: Sri Aurobindo Association, Incorporated, 1983.— 95 p.— ISBN/PRICE: 0890713278 TP; USD 3.00 R

Themis

Demeter and Persephone: A Mystery Play

•   Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Ashram.— 77 pp.— ISBN: 81-7058-424-8.— Rs 90

Themis

Poems

•   Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Ashram.— 175 pp.— ISBN: 81-7058-383-7.— hc Rs 140

Thomas, L. Eugene

Late-life effect of early mystical experiences: A cross-cultural comparison

Focuses on the early mystical experiences on two elderly men who were among the spiritually matured persons found in a study of development in India and England. Stages of spiritual developments the two men went through; Background information on the two men; Process of spiritual transformation; Cultural differences of the two men

•   // Journal of Aging Studies, Summer97, Vol. 11 Issue 2, p155, 15p, 1 chart.— ISSN: 0890-4065

Thomas, P. M. (Pillachira Mathew)

Twentieth century Indian interpretations of Bhagavadgita: Tilak, Gandhi, and Aurobindo

•   Delhi: Published for the Christian Institute for the Study of Religion and Society, Bangalore, by I.S.P.C.K., 1987.— 204 p.; 23 cm.— NOTES: Revision of the author's thesis (Ph. D.—McMaster University). Includes bibliographical references.

Thome, Diane (1942-)

Lucent flowers: for soprano and chamber orchestra.

•   New York: American Composers Alliance, 1989.— PUB TYPE: Musical Score.— 1 score (30, 13 p.) ; 28 cm.— SERIES: Composers facsimile edition.— NOTES: Reproduced from holograph. Words to the first work by Li Ch.ing-chao, to the 2nd work by Sri Aurobindo, printed also as text. The 1st work composed 1988. Cassia blossoms - Rose, I have loved. (words by Sri Aurobindo)

•   [Seattle]: D. Thome, 1989.— PUB TYPE: Musical Score.— FORMAT: 1 score (30, 13 p.) ; 28 cm.— NOTES: Reproduced from holograph. Cassia blossoms (words by Li Ch'ing Chao, translated by James Cryer) - Rose, I have loved (words by Sri Aurobindo)

Thome, Diane (1942-)

Three sonnets by Sri Aurobindo: settings for soprano and orchestra

•   1984.— PUB TYPE: Musical Score.— FORMAT: 1 ms. score (42 p.), bound; 28 cm.— NOTES: Ms. (photocopy) At end: Seattle, Washington.

Thompson, A. Frank (1929-)

A new look at Aurobindo

•   Delhi: Published for the Christian Institute for the Study of Religion and Society by ISPCK.— 1990.— 106 p. ; 22 cm.— NOTES: Includes bibliographical references and index.

Thulasiram, T. R. (1922-)

Arut perum jothi and deathless body

a comparative study of Swami Ramalingam with Sri Aurobindo and the Mother and Tirumoolar

•   1st ed.— [Madras]: University of Madras, 1980.— 2 v.: col. ill.; 25 cm.— NOTES: Includes indexes. Bibliography: v. 1, p. 945-948.

Tilak, Samadanam John

Nature, history and spirit

a theological investigation on nature, history and spirit in trialogue among western secularism, hindu spiritualism and christian trinitarian faith: Degree: S.T.D.

This dissertation is a comparative study of the Christian theologians Paul Tillich and Teilhard de Chardin and the Hindu philosophers Sarvapalli Radhakrishnan and Aurobindo Ghosh. The comparison focuses on the ideas of nature, history, and spirit in the thought of these thinkers. The constructive proposal of this study assumes that the Holy Spirit as interpreted in the Christian dogma of the Trinity both relates nature and history and also transcends nature and history in a higher vision of reality. The particular thesis of this study is that "spirit" is the key which relates nature and history and thereby offers a unified concept of reality which integrates Hindu and Christian thought. An initial chapter outlines the ideas of nature and history in the history of Western and Hindu thought. The idea of nature in Western thought is discussed in the Greek view, the Renaissance view, and the Modern view, following R. G. Collingwood. The Greek, Medieval, and Modern ideas of history in Western thought are then surveyed. The idea of nature in Hindu thought focuses on the idea of "maya" in the classical and modern periods. The classical and modern idea of history in Hindu thought is then summarized. The second chapter analyzes the positions of Tillich, Teilhard, Radhakrishnan, and Aurobindo on the ideas of nature and history. The third chapter critically analyzes the attempts of the four thinkers to synthesize the ideas of nature and history in the idea of spirit. First, Tillich and Radhakrishnan are compared. In Tillich spirit is conceived as appearing as life in nature and as creative presence in history. In Radhakrishnan spirit is conceived as the source of nature and as a cosmic presence in history. Points of agreement and disagreement between Tillich and Radhakrishnan on nature, history, and spirit are assessed. Then, the positions of Teilhard and Aurobindo are brought into dialogue. In Teilhard spirit is conceived as the radial energy and personal power of love which relates nature and history. In Aurobindo spirit is conceived as the divine essence and activating cosmic force in the evolutionary process of nature and history. Points of agreement and disagreement between Teilhard and Aurobindo on nature, history, and spirit are assessed. A final chapter discusses the the relation of nature, history, and spirit in western secularism, Hindu spiritualism, and Christian trinitarian faith. Previous chapters are summarized. The positions of Tillich and Teilhard are criticized from the viewpont of the dogma of the Trinity. Tillich interprets the doctrine of the Trinity too exclusively in ontological terms; Teilhard too exclusively in cosmological terms. Western secularism and Hindu spiritualism are characterized. A constructive argument is made for the position that the view of spirit in the Christian dogma of the Trinity unifies and transform our understanding of nature and history. This position maintains both the immanent and the transcendent understanding of spirit as well as the interpersonal relation of nature and history.

•   1977 / Lutheran School Of Theology; 0309 // DAI, VOL. 42-02A, Page 0749, 00214 Pages.

Todisco, Maria A.

The psychology of consciousness evolution

an inquiry into the psychological dimensions of current theories (transpersonal, Sri Aurobindo, Carl Jung, Jean Gebser, Richard Maurice Bucke): Degree: PH.D./ California Institute of Integral Studies; 0392. Adviser: Lawrence M. Spiro

The psychology of consciousness evolution is not currently established as a coherent field of study in its own right. This work selects four major theorists that discuss themes pertinent to the psychology underlying the posited expansion of self from the personal to the transpersonal. The increasing spiritual intimations that accompany this shift are given voice by evoking and unfolding the elements in the four theorists' work which express them. The writings of Sri Aurobindo, Carl Jung, Jean Gebser, and Richard Maurice Bucke are analyzed according to four developed Dimensions of relevant literature, which, together, form a gestalt that allows for a richer, more comprehensive vision of the material than is readily available in most other sources. The bulk of the work addresses what these four theorists express as a current qualitative shift in consciousness and communicates some of its intimate psychological dynamics. Similar concepts are then extracted from the selections of these theorists' works and synthesized into five prominent themes. Speculations regarding the possible future of this emerging consciousness, as exemplified by the vision of Andrew Harvey and others, are then tentatively discussed. This effort is offered as preliminary research towards establishing a field of study directly concerned with the psychology of consciousness evolution.

•   1997 // DAI, Vol. 58-05b, page 2725, 00289 Pages.

Towards Auroville

•   Pondicherry, India: Sri Aurobindo Society, 1973.— 16 p.: ill.; 17 cm.— NOTES: Cover title.

Towards eternity; Sri Aurobindo birth centenary volume, 15th August 1972

•   Hyderabad, India: Institute of Human Study, 1973.— 526 p. 29 cm.— NOTES: Half title: Sri Aurobindo birth centenary volume, 1872-1972. "References": p. 520-521.

Towards Tomorrow: An Introductory Booklet / Edited by Vijay

•   Sri Aurobindo Society.— 28 pp.— ISBN: 81-7060-214-9.— Rs 15

•   Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Society, 1974.— 63, [1] p.: ill.; 24 cm.— NOTES: Bibliography: p. [64]

Triloka Canda

Patanjalayoga aura Sri Aravindayoga

•   1. samskarana.— Dilli, Bharata: Istarna Buka Linkarsa, 1991.— xxii, 262 p. ; 22 cm.— NOTES: In Hindi. Study of Yogasutra, classical aphoristic work on the Yoga school in Indic philosophy, by Patanjali, and the philosophy of Aurobindo Ghose, 1872-1950, Indic philosopher, on Yoga. Includes bibliographical references (p. [257]-262).— ISBN: 8185133484

Tyagi, Prem

Sri Aurobindo: His Poetry and Poetic Theory

•   214 pp.— hc Rs 120

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Umar M.G.

Sri Aurobindo: Thinker and Yogi of the Future

Essays on Sri Aurobindo’s thought and Yoga, based upon his major works and emphasising his unique synthesis of Eastern Wisdom and Western Rationalism.

•   286 pp.— ISBN: 81-86413-20-0.— Rs 100

Upadhyaya, Ranadhira (1920-)

Vadodaramam pavana pagalam

•   1. avrtti.- Amadavada; Vadodara: Divaina Madharsa Pablikesansa; Mukhya vikreta Sri Aravinda Asrama Selsa Ęmporiyama, 1991 .- 416 p., [26] p. of plates: ill. ; 22 cm.- NOTES: In Gujarati. Life and works of Aurobindo Ghose, 1872-1952, Indian philosopher, during his stay in Vadodara, India, 1893-1906. Includes bibliographical references (p. 410-413).

Uprooting of Desire; The Words of Sri Aurobindo

•   Berkeley: Sri Aurobindo Association, Incorporated.- 40 p.- ISBN/PRICE: 8170600545 TC; USD 1.00 R

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Vadakkekara, George M.

Absolute, Sachchidananda and Supermind

the concept of God in the philosophy of Sri Aurobindo within the context of Hindu-Christian dialogue

This work examines the God-concept of Sri Aurobindo's integral philosophy. In his integral philosophy, Aurobindo attempts to reconcile and update the different Vedantic schools by envisioning the Supreme Reality as Sachchidananda in its static aspect and Supermind in its dynamic aspect. The ensuing God concept is that of a Being-Becoming. The significance and contribution of this work, therefore, is its thorough presentation of Aurobindian God-concept so as to show what is useful in it for Hindu-Christian dialogue. Like all other Vedantists, Aurobindo bases his vision of Reality on his spiritual experiences. However, unlike the other Vedantists, Aurobindo comes up with the concept of Reality that is an all-inclusive One that is both being and becoming, one and many at the same time. In order to prove the authenticity and orthodoxy of his vision of Reality, Aurobindo had to establish its Vedic and Vedantic foundation. He accomplished this task by employing his own methodology of scriptural interpretation, i.e., the mystical approach, and formulating his own Vedantic system which he called the "true advaita." In this "true advaita " Aurobindo identifies the Supreme Reality with the Upanishadic Brahman or God and presents to us a God concept in its threefold phases: Absolute, Sachchidananda and Supermind. According to this "true advaita " the world process is nothing but the involutionary and evolutionary process of the essentially One and Supreme Reality whose eternal forms are: transcendence, Cosmic Universality and Unique Individuality. By understanding Reality as a stasis-dynamis, the Aurobindonian Weltanshauung is intregal and advaitic. It is an integral non-dualism. Through this integral non- dualism Aurobindo emerges as a representative figure of modern Hinduism who tries to incorporate the values of both East and West in one system. Of the modern Western philosophers nobody comes so close to Aurobindo's God concept as the process philosopher Whitehead. Hence, the need and desirability of dialogue between the followers of these two thinkers.

•   1996 1987.- xvii, 307 leaves ; 21 cm.- NOTES: Graduate Theological Union; 0080.- Includes abstract. Thesis (PH.D.).- Berkeley, California, 1987. Includes bibliographical references (leaves 297-307). Photocopy. Ann Arbor, Mich.: University Microfilms International, 1996. 21 cm.- DAI, VOL. 48-05A, Page 1239, 00339 Pages.

Vaika_rai

[Putuvai]: Sri Aravinta Asramam, 1972 uuuu.- PUB TYPE: Serial.- FORMAT: v. 25 cm.- NUMBERING: 1- Mar. 1972-

Van Vrekhem, Georges

Beyond Man: The Life and Work of Sri Aurobindo and the Mother

•   Indian edition of above title.— 544 pp.— ISBN: 81-7223-327-2.— Rs 295

Van Vrekhem, Georges

Beyond the Human Species

Inspiring, thorougly researched account chronicling the life and transformational work of Sri Aurobindo and the Mother, with emphasis on the supramental manifestation. This book is based on documents which have never been presented before as a whole by other authors. It gives a surprising look behind the scenes of the history of this past century and where we are headed in the next phase of evolution on earth

•   U.S. edition.- 542p.- ISBN: 1557787662.

Van Vrekhem, Georges

Patterns of the Present: From the Perspective of Sri Aurobindo and the Mother

•   238 pp.— ISBN: 81-7167-768-1.— Rs 150

Van Vrekhem, Georges

The Mother: The Divine Shakti

•   78 pp.— ISBN: 81-7167-889-0.— hc Rs 95

Van Vrekhem, Georges

The Mother: The Story of Her Life

•   545 pp.— ISBN: 81-7223-416-3.— hc Rs 495

Vardey, Lucinda (ed.)

God in all worlds

an anthology of contemporary spiritual writing / edited and with introductions by Lucinda Vardey

This anthology of spiritual writings represents a variety "of religious traditions, including Christianity, Judaism, Buddhism, Hinduism, Gaia and goddess worship, New Age and agnostic beliefs. . . . (Contributors include) religious thinkers of our time (Krishnamurti; Martin Buber; H.H., the Dalai Lama; Hans Kung; and Sri Aurobindo), . . . poets (Allen Ginsberg and Philip Larkin), novelists (Graham Greene and Aldous Huxley), activists (Martin Luther King, Jr., Mother Teresa, and Vaclav Havel), psychologists (Abraham H. Maslow and M. Scott Peck), feminists (Germaine Geer and Rosemary Radford Ruether), artists (Martha Graham), naturalists (Barry Lopez and David Quammen), and physicists (Fritjof Capra and Albert Einstein)." (Publisher's note).

•   United States: Pantheon Bks., 1995.- ISBN: 0679442146: $35/Can$45.

Varma K. N.

Sri Aravinda aura unaki sadhana

•   1960 1968, 27 p. 24 cm.- NOTES: Cover title. In Hindi.

Varma, Syama Bahadura

Sri Aravinda: vicara darsana

•   Dilli: Aravinda Prakasana, 1973.- 151 p.: port.; 23 cm.- NOTES: Cover title: vicara darsana: Sri Aravinda. In Hindi.

Varma, Vishwanath Prasad (1924-)

The political philosophy of Sri Aurobindo.

•   Bombay; New York: Asia Publishing House, 1960.- xxii, 471 p.: ill.; 22 cm.- NOTES: Includes index. Bibliography: p. 449-453.

•   London: Asia Publishing House, 1960.- xxii, 471 p.: port.; 22 cm.- NOTES: Includes index. Bibliography: p. 449-453.

•   New York: Asia Pub. House, 1961 1960.- 471 p. illus. 22 cm.- NOTES: Includes bibliography.

•   2d rev. ed.- Delhi: Motilal Banarsidass, 1976.- xxiv, 494 p.; 22 cm.- NOTES: Includes index. Bibliography: p. 467-[472].- ISBN: 0842608737

•   Livingston: Orient Book Distributors, 1976.- ISBN/PRICE: 0842608737 TC; USD 18.00 R

Varshney, Radhey L.

Sri Aurobindo, the poet

•   Delhi: Deputy Publications, 1991.- 144 p. ; 23cm.- NOTES: Includes index. Includes bibliographical references.

Veliyathil, Joseph (1931-)

The philosophy of Sri Aurobindo: his idea of evolution

•   Alwaye: Pontifical Institute of Philosophy and Theology, 1972.- 97 p.; 22 cm.- NOTES: Bibliography: p. 90-97.

Verma K. D.

Aurobindo as a poet, a reassessment

•   // Journal of south asian literature, V24, N1, 1989. P10-26

Verma K. D.

Ghose, Aurobindo - observations

•   // Journal of south asian literature, V24, N1, 1989. P1-9

Verma K. D.

Myth and Symbol in Aurobindo's Savitri: A Revaluation

•   // Journal of South Asian Literature (JSoAL), East Lansing, MI.- Article in: vol. 12 no. 3-4, 1977 Spring-Summer.- PAGES: 67-72.- STANDARD NO: 0025-0503.- LANGUAGE: English

Verma K. D.

Sri Aurobindo as a Poet: A Reassessment

•   // Journal of South Asian Literature (JSoAL), East Lansing, MI.- Article in: vol. 24 no. 1, 1989 Winter-Spring.- PAGES: 10-26.- STANDARD NO: 0025-0503.- LANGUAGE: English

Verma K. D.

The Social and Political Vision of Sri Aurobindo

•   // World Literature Written in English (WLWE), Singapore. Article in: vol. 30 no. 1, 1990 Spring.- PAGES: 56-71.- STANDARD NO: 0093-1705.- LANGUAGE: English

Verma Kedar Nath (1929-)

Sriaravinda aura unaki sadhana

•   1966 1968.- 2 v. illus., ports. 21 cm.- NOTES: In Hindi. Bibliographical footnotes.

Vidyapati Thakura (15th cent)

Songs of Vidyapati

•   Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Ashram, 1956.- 87 p. illus. 25 cm.- NOTES: "The translations included in this volume were made from a very old Bengali version which is given here in Devanagri [sic] script."

Vijay

How to Bring Up a Child

Precious insights, stories and practical guidance compiled from various sources including Sri Aurobindo and Mother's words, with touching photos

•   64p.- ISBN: 817060009X.

Vijay

Sri Aurobindo and the Mother: A Brief Introduction

•   Sri Aurobindo Society.— 80 pp.— ISBN: 81-7060-020-0.— Rs 20

Vijaya-Tunga, Jinadasa (1902-)

Aspects of Sri Aurobindo

•   Madras: Sunday Times Bookshop,? 1950 1959.- 36 p. 22 cm. (Number at Russian State Library IN 60-9/677)

Vijaya-Tunga, Jinadasa (1902-)

Sri Aurobindo and Mother: A Brief Introduction

•   Mini-size.- 80p.- ISBN: 8170600200.

Vision del'Inde

Extraits d'oeuvres de Rab indranath Tagore,Swami Vivekananda,Mahatma Gandi, Sri Aurobindo, Maulana Abul Kalam Azad, Jawaharlal Nehru, Sava-Palli Radha Krishnan

•   N.Delhi: Indian Council for CulturalRalations.- 220 p. 24 cm.

Vision of India

selections from the works of Mahatma Gandhi, Sri Aurobindo, Jawaharlal Nehru, Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan

•   New Delhi: Indian Council for Cultural Relations, 1981.- x, 130 p.; 24 cm.- NOTES: Includes bibliographical references.

Visitor’s Guide to Sri Aurobindo Ashram (with map).— Rs 2

Viswanatham, K.

Sri Aurobindo on Shakespeare

•   // Banasthali Patrika, Rajasthan, India. Article in: vol. 17-18, for 1971-72.- PAGES: 78-93.- LANGUAGE: English

Vrinte, Joseph (1949-)

The Concept of Personality in Sri Aurobindo’s Integral Yoga Psychology and A. Maslow’s Humanistic / Transpersonal Psychology

•   New Delhi: Munshiram Manoharlal Publishers, 1995.- xvi, 224 p. ; 23 cm.- NOTES: Spine title: Concept of personality. Includes bibliographical references (p. [215]-221) and index.- ISBN: 81-215-0647-6.— hc Rs 275

Vrinte, Joseph (1949-)

The Quest for the Inner Man: Transpersonal Psychotherapy and Integral Sadhana

•   282 pp.— ISBN: 81-86413-03-0.— Rs 200

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Warrier, E. I. (1922-)

Sri Aurobindo's integral yoga and Sankara's Advaita: a comparative study

•   Allahabad, India: Vohra Publishers & Distributors, 1990.— [9], 215p. ; 19 cm.— NOTES: Includes bibliographical references (p.210-215).— ISBN: 8185072612

Wells, Henry Willis (1895-) (ed.)

Six Sanskrit plays, in English translation

Stamped on t.p.: Munshi Ram Manohar Lal, oriental & foreign book-sellers, Delhi. The vision of Vasavadatta, attributed to Bhasa; translated by A. C. Woolner and L. Sarup.—The little clay cart, attributed to Sudraka; translated by R. P. Oliver.—Shakuntala, by Kalidasa; translated by A. H. Edgren.—Vikramorvacie, or The hero and the nymph, by Kalidasa; translated by Sri Aurobindo.— -Rama's later history, by Bhavabhuti: translated by C. N. Joshi.—Nagananda, by Harsha; translated by P. Boyd.

•    Bombay, New York: Asia Pub. House, 1964.— xxxi, 487 p. illus., plan. 23 cm.

Whispers of Nature

An attempt to develop a deeper insight and love for nature through her infinite moods and expressions

•   Sri Aurobindo Society.— 87 pp.— ISBN: 81-7060-023-5. Rs 60

Wilfried Huchzermeyer

The Mother: A Short Biography

Narrates the Mother’s life mostly from her autobiographical statements, helping to discover the timeless ever-present Mother, her power and her love and her work of the supramental transformation

•   India: Sri Aurobindo Soc., 1990.— 104 pp.— ISBN: 81-7060-015-4.— Rs 50

Wilfried Huchzermeyer

In Spanish

La Madre: Una biografía breve.- Translation into Spanish

Primera edición: 1986.- Séptima impresión: 2005.- Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Society

Willers, Christiane (1953-)

Die Aurobindo-Bewegung: Bestandsaufnahme und Strukturen in feldtheoretischer Perspektive

•   Frankfurt am Main; New York: P. Lang, 1988.— 210 p.; 21 cm.— SERIES: Europäische Hochschulschriften. Reihe XXIII, Theologie, Publications universitaires européennes. Série XXIII, Théologie; European university studies. Series XXIII, Theology; Bd. 332 = vol. 332 = vol. 332 0721-3409; Europäische Hochschulschriften. Reihe XXIII, Theologie; Bd. 332.— NOTES: Originally presented as the author's thesis (doctoral)— Eberhard Karls-Universität Tübingen. Bibliography: p. 194-210.— ISBN: 3820411798

Williams, Yvonne (1958-)

Aurobindo and Zaehner on the Bhagavad-gita

•   S.Y. Killingley, 1988.— 39 p.— SERIES: Sanskrit tradition in the modern world.— ISBN: 095081492X (pbk):

Winston, Michael R.

Aurobindo Ghose and world reconstruction

In a speech, Winston profiles Hindu philosopher Aurobindo Ghose, examines Ghose's thought regarding the place of spirituality in the evolution of human beings, and shows the relevance of his ideas to world reconstruction.

•   // Journal of Religious Thought.— VOL/ISSUE NO: v51n1.— PAGE(S): 7-23.— DATE: Summer 1994.— Number: 9707161975.— ISSN: 0022-4235.

Wolff, Otto (1911-)

In German

Der Integrale Yoga.- In German.- 1957

Wolff, Otto (1911-)

Dudiens Beitragzum henen Mensrhenbied Ramakrishna, Gandhi, Sri Aurobindo

•   Hamburg, 1957.— 152 p. (Number at Russian State Library - NEM 31/217)

Wolff, Otto (1911-)

Indiens Beitrag zum neuen Menschenbild; Ramakrishna, Gandhi, Sri Aurobindo

•   Hamburg: Rowohlt, 1957.— 152 p. 19 cm.— SERIES: Rowohlts deutsche Enzyklopedie, 56.— NOTES: Includes bibliography.

Wolff, Otto (1911-)

In German

So spricht Sri Aurobindo

•   München-Planegg: Otto Wilhelm Barth-Verlag GMBH, 1957

Wolff, Otto (1911-)

In German

Sri Aurobindo in Selbstzeugnissen und Bilddokumenten

•   Reinbek bei Hamburg: Rowohlt, 1967.— 157 p.: ill.; 19 cm.— SERIES: Rowohlts Monographien; 121.— NOTES: Includes index. Bibliography: p. 151-[155].— ISBN: 349950121X

World Union Conference, 1973: souvenir / World Union Conference

•   (1973: Pondicherry).— [Madras]: Printed at Rajsri Printers, 1973.— 54 p. 26 cm.— NOTES: Includes bibliographical references.

World Union International Fifth Triennial Conference, Sri Aurobindo Ashram, Pondicherry, 8, 9, 10 January 1977: conference souvenir volume

•   Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Ashram, 1977.— 79 p.

Wygant, Willis Edward (1921-)

The parallels in Christian thought and integrated philosophy

•   1976.— 346 l. ; 21 cm.— NOTES: Thesis (Ph. D.)—California Institute of Asian Studies, 1976. Bibliography: l. 335-346. Photocopy. Ann Arbor: University Microfilms, 1978.

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Yoga and Education: Integral Education Series

•   Sri Aurobindo Society.— 74 pp.— ISBN: 81-7060-105-3.— Rs 25

Yudhishthira SEE Indra Sen

Zaehner Robert Charles (1913-1974)

Evolution in religion: a study in Sri Aurobindo and Pierre Teilhard de Chardin

•   Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1971.- xi, 121 p. 21 cm.- ISBN: 0198266286 (Number at Russian State Library - C/W(84/594))

In English

Zinkin, Taya

Sri Aurobindo

A Brief Biography. By P. Heehs. O.U.P., 1990. Pp. 172.- Bibliog. Index. 4.95. Pb.: Book reviews: South Asia

•   // Asian Affairs. v22 n1, Feb 1991. Page: 90. Length: 2 page(s). Number: 9604010346. Publisher: Royal Society for Asian Affairs.- ISSN: 0306-8374.

Бхаттачарджи, Гопал

In Russian

Ароматный цветок Кембриджа: Шри Ауробиндо - его вклад в сокровищницу человечества

•   : Лекция, прочитанная 27-го апреля 1991 г в Кембридже

Бхаттачарджи, Гопал

In Russian

Общие контуры эпической поэмы Шри Ауробиндо "Савитри"

•   : Беседа, проведенная 6-го ноября 1988 г в Импальском Университете

Павитра

In Russian

Беседы со Шри Ауробиндо