Gṛhasthadharma: The Dharma of a Householder
Working Mums: A Letter to All Concerned
“I have a working mother, Sir”: A Daughter Remembers
Powada, a Story-telling Performance Art (Video)
India and Her Mission: Free E-Books on India
Indians in Adversity: The Hidden Strength Within
The Mother on Gender Equality
The Mother traces the differentiation between masculine and feminine genders to the way the primordial cause of creation of the universe has been explained in many ancient traditions. She adds that both men and women are in several ways enslaved to each other. And to deal with the problem of superiority and inferiority, one must must free oneself from all the inner enslavement and treat both the genders with perfect equality.
Sri Aurobindo on the Aryan Ideal of Courage
Sri Aurobindo on Courage and Nationalism
A Creative Gurukul for a New Age (Video)
A deeply inspiring conversation with a three-member team from Bengaluru-based Creative School. Inspired by the Integral Education teachings of the Mother and Sri Aurobindo and other spiritual masters, this institution is described by its members as a conscious community and holistic school for children, parents and teachers.
Of Woman, Man and Humility: Guidance from the Mother
Of Caste, Hierarchy and Humility: Sri Aurobindo Responds to the Gandhian View
Written in response to a disciple’s query about a particular statement of Gandhi, this letter of Sri Aurobindo strongly emphasises the need to develop a deeper and wider understanding of truth that is beyond mental-moral-ethical ideals. We also get a glimpse of a significant difference between the Christian or Semitic and the Hindu understanding of virtues or qualities, particularly Humility, which are considered important from a spiritual point of view.
Sincerity in Social-Political Life: Some Words of the Mother
Indian History in Indian Education: Beyond Ideologies and Politics (Video)
Ācāra, Vicāra, Viveka, Jñāna – Gems from Sri Aurobindo’s ‘Passing Thoughts’
We present four brief passages from Sri Aurobindo’s writings done in early 1910. The immense value and significance of these ‘passing thoughts’ can’t be missed in today’s cultural and intellectual climate of India when Indian mind is trying to rediscover the true essence of Indian-ness and create new forms to express the eternal truth of the Indian spirit.