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.
Three Boons – A Tale of Choice and Wisdom, Retold By Manoj Das
A Story about Viveka, Mohini, Vishnumāya and Mrityu
Excerpts from the Book – “Īśopaniṣad: An English Commentary”
Editor’s note: For our Book of the Month, we bring for our readers a few excerpts from Nithin Sridhar’s latest book ‘Īśopaniṣad: …
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