Indian View on Religion, Dharma and Life – 2
Champaklal – The Epitome of Self-giving
Blessed Are the Pure in Heart
Pointing out the nature of religion, the author highlights how religion while being a means of social cohesion can also become a source of conflict. He emphasises that because most religious oriented people tend to focus only on the external aspects, religion as such does not help in inner transformation. For that one must go on an inner search, the path of yoga.
Sri Aurobindo’s Interpretation of Indian Culture: The Mahabharata – 5
Indian Cultural Wisdom on Money
In our ‘All Life is Yoga’ series, after taking up the topics of conscious parenting, education, work and human relationships, we now focus on Money. What is the nature of money? What is the yogic attitude toward money? What does Indian tradition say about this? What are some key insights from the works and vision of Sri Aurobindo and the Mother which we must keep in our consideration as we navigate this tricky area of material well-being for ourselves and our societies and nations, and also prepare ourselves for higher pursuits of life? These and other related questions are addressed through our offerings in this issue.
Sri Aurobindo on Economic Barbarism, Business and Dharma
Rhythm of Money Power and the Vaishya Soul-Force
Pondicherry Yatra, an Inner Journey – I
As we get ready to host a national seminar on the theme – ‘Experiencing the Spirit of India through Cultural and Heritage Tourism’ we present a travelogue – in Hindi. But this is a travelogue with a difference; it takes you to the inner dimension of what conscious travel can mean when we are not merely a tourist but are open to experiencing the spirit of a place, its history and culture.
Pondicherry Yatra, an Inner Journey – 2
Artha Sādhana as a Spiritual Pursuit
Sri Aurobindo’s Interpretation of Indian Culture: The Mahabharata – 4
The One Whom We Adore as The Mother
Insights on Love and Human Relationships – 3
The author highlights the words of the Mother and Sri Aurobindo to throw light on the origin and nature of parental love and love between family relations and friends. We also see how human love and relationships can never satisfy the deep thirst for love which can only be quenched by the divine love.