Acronyms used in the website

SABCL - Sri Aurobindo Birth Centenary Library

CWSA - Complete Works of Sri Aurobindo

CWM - Collected Works of The Mother

Resource name: /E-Library/Disciples/Amrita/English/Old Long Since/Visions and Voices.htm
VISIONS AND VOICES EVOLUTION OF BEAUTY  I Beauty standing motionless in meditation is beauty of form,  Beauty moving and shining in meditation is beauty of life, Beauty thinking in meditation is beauty of thought— The Spirit of beauty is thus standing, moving and thinking  from the far off beyonds. II Man first sought for the beautiful in the body of creation draped in all forms. She was too unmoving for him and was standing wondrous and elusive. Then defeated in his quest he sought for her in the quick life of all creation. There too she was too quick for him and was moving wondrous and elusive. Then again he sough
Resource name: /E-Library/Disciples/Amrita/English/Old Long Since/The Scene I Saw.htm
The Scene I Saw It was for the first time I got up to the first floor of Sri Aurobindo's house. In the long verandah overlooking the wide courtyard below, there were big windows giving a wide view southwards... all the doors of all the rooms were open... Everywhere and on everything there fell an all-revealing light, nothing but light... nothing was seen covered or screened, nothing was unrevealed... no spot hidden from light... My heart too, unwittingly, with no doors to close or conceal anything, free of confusion or perplexity, wide-open, soared up in sheer delight! I was in this state and Sri Aurobindo stood there, his eyes gazing southwards... His small feet appeared t
Resource name: /E-Library/Disciples/Amrita/English/Old Long Since/Amrita Da.htm
AMRITA OLD LONG SINCE AMRITA- DA (Sept. 19, 1895 - Jan. 31,1969) Amrita's original name was Aravamudhachari Iyengar. Born in to a respected Brahmin family of village munsiff Rajagopalachari of Kazhipervembakanm, a village 15Km North west of Pondicherry, Amrita came across the name of Sri Aurobindo, as a boy; the four names much talked about in his village were those of Tilak, Bipin chandra Pal, Lajpatrai and Aurobindo, but the last one strangely caught the heart and soul of the young
Resource name: /E-Library/Disciples/Amrita/English/Old Long Since/Old Long Since.htm
OLD LONG SINCE (By Amrita) (1) In our village and all around, four names of four great personages were being continually talked of. It was the time when Independence, Foreign Rule, Slavery were the cries that used to fill the sky. And the four great names that reached our, ears in this connection were Tilak, Bipinchandra Pal, Lajpatrai (Lal-Bal-Pal) and Aurobindo. Of these only one name caught my heart and soul. Just to hear the name — Aurobindo — was enough. All the four persons were pioneers in the service of the country, great leaders of the front rank. Why then did one name only out of the four touch me exclusively? For many days to come the mystery remain