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SABCL - Sri Aurobindo Birth Centenary Library

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Resource name: /E-Library/Works of Sri Aurobindo/English/SABCL/Index and Glossary Volume-30/Contents of The Centenary Library.htm
CONTENTS OF THE CENTENARY LIBRARY Volume 1 Volume 2 Volume 3 Volume 4 Volume 5 Volume 6 Volume 7 Volume 8 Volume 9 Volume 10 Volume 11 Bande Mataram, EARLY POLITICAL WRITINGS—I (1893-1908): New Lamps for Old; Bhawani Mandir; The Doctrine of Passive Resistance; editorials and comments from the Bande Mataram; Speeches. Karmayogin, EARLY POLITICAL WRITINGS—II (1909-1910): Uttarpara Speech; The Ideal of the. Karmayogin; An Open Letter to My Countrymen; other essays, notes and comments
Resource name: /E-Library/Works of Sri Aurobindo/English/SABCL/Index and Glossary Volume-30/Bibliography .htm
BIBLIOGRAPHY This bibliography lists all of Sri Aurobindo's writings in English which have appeared in book form. It includes not only works that came out prior to the passing of Sri Aurobindo in December 1950 but also those reproduced from manuscripts or journals after that date. Books compiled from already published works have been omitted. Although most of these titles have run into numerous editions, this bibliography gives information about the first edition only; subsequent editions are mentioned only if they included new material or if they were revised by the author. Where necessary, cross-references are given; for example, in title-entry number 1. After the
Resource name: /E-Library/Works of Sri Aurobindo/English/SABCL/Index and Glossary Volume-30/Index to The Centenary Library.htm
INDEX TO THE CENTENARY LIBRARY Note to the Index This index comprises references from all original prose writings of Sri Aurobindo, that is, most of the material in the following volumes of the Sri Aurobindo Birth Centenary Library: 1. Bande Mataram 2. Karmayogin 3. The Harmony of Virtue 9. The Future Poetry 10. The Secret of the Veda 11. Hymns to the Mystic Fire 12. The Upanishads 13. Essays on the Gita 14. The Foundations of Indian Culture 15. Social and Political Thought 16. The Supramental Manifestation 17. The Hour of God 18-19. The Life Divine 20-21. The Synthesis of
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Appendix 3 A list of hymns and verses from the Rig-veda translated or cited by number in SRI AUROBINDO BIRTH CENTENARY LIBRARY Volumes 10 and 11, The Secret of the Veda and Hymns to the Mystic Fire, and the supplements to these volumes included in Volume 27. References to complete hymns are printed in bold type. 1.1 11:39-40 1.23.13,14 10:434 1.68.2 11:17fn 1. 1. 1 11:439-58 1.24.6 10:453 1.68.3 11:18fn 1. 1. 1-5 11:459-64 1.24. 7,8 10:455 1.71.2 10:191 1.1.5 10:156
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Resource name: /E-Library/Works of Sri Aurobindo/English/SABCL/Index and Glossary Volume-30/Poems.htm
Poems: Title Index Since most of the poems listed here are from Volume 5, the volume number has been omitted, except for the few poems from Volume 27. Poems having no title are listed by their first line. For the Index of First Lines, see Volume 5. Translations are listed separately on page 55. Adwaita Ahana Ascent: Beyond the Silence Ascent: The Silence Baji Prabhou Bankim Chandra Chatterji Because Thou art... Because thy flame ... The Bird of Fire The Birth of Sin The Bliss of Brahman Bliss of Identity The Blue Bird Blue lotus of the sea ... The Body Bride of the Fire Charles Stewart Parnell The Ch
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Errata To the Centenary Library It is perhaps inevitable in the printing of such a large work as the SRI AUROBINDO BIRTH CENTENARY LIBRARY that some typographical and other errors should find their way into the texts. The more significant of those which have come to light are listed below. Obvious mistakes of spelling, punctuation, etc. which would cause no confusion to the reader have been omitted from the list, although all errors are, of course, being rectified in the facsimile editions of Sri Aurobindo's works which are currently being reproduced photographically from the SRI AUROBINDO BIRTH CENTENARY LIBRARY editions. The list includes not only errors found by
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Appendixes Appendix 1 Sri Aurobindo's Notes on Certain English Terms Occurring in his Works dynamis—"Dynamis" is a Greek word, not current, so far as I know, in English; but the verb dunamai, I can, am able, from which it derives, has given a number of verbs to the English language including dynamise, dynamics, dynamic, dyne (a unit of force), so that the word can be at once understood by all English readers. It means power, especially energetic power for energetic action. It is equivalent to the Sanskrit word, Shakti. Philosophically it can stand as the opposite word to status, Divine Status, Divine Dynamis. ineffugable — "Ineffugible" is the correct
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CHRONOLOGY OF SRI AUROBINDO'S LIFE 1872 1872-1879 1878 1879 1879-1884 1884 1886 1887 1889 1890 1891 1892 August 15 Birth in Calcutta. At first in Rangpur, East Bengal; later sent to the Loretto Convent School, Darjeeling. February 21 Birth of the Mother in Paris. Taken to England. In Manchester (84, Shakespeare Street) in the charge of the Drewett family. Tutored at home by the Drewetts. September Admitted to St. Paul's School, London. Takes lodgings at 49, St. Stephen's Avenue, S
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