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/Rakhal Das Bose/English/How I Came to the Ashram.htm
HOW I CAME TO THE ASHRAM   rakhal das bose   It was in 1906 during my college life (when I was 20) that I attended some of the political meetings of  Sri Aurobindo after the eventful Partition of Bengal. This Partition — a veritable act of God in disguise — had stirred the life and mind of Bengal, nay almost of the whole of India, after cen­turies of inertia and apathy. During those days there were no loudspeakers but voices of veterans like Surendranath Banerji and Bepin Chandra Pal reached the farthest ends of crowded meetings, sometimes over a lakh of people, amidst din and noise of the huge mass of humanity that had gathered. But when young Aurobindo Babu (Sri A
Resource name: /E-Library/Disciples/Rakhal Das Bose/English/An Approach to Sri Aurobindos Savitri/An Apology.htm
An Apology It was in 1959 that the casket containing the Relics of Sri Aurobindo was taken by the authorities of Bangabani Nabadwip West Bengal to be enshrined there on the 21st February. They held Seminars for discussing Cultural and Spiritual matters. On the last day i. e. on the 28th a seminar for 'Savitri' was held under the chairmanship of Dr. Sishir Ghosh at that time the Professor of English of Santiniketan. Sri Chinmoy, a promising young boy of the Ashram, and now a renowned spiritual teacher in America, insisted very eagerly upon me to write an essay on Savitri, to be read in the Seminar, as I had already written resume of the first part of Savitri consisting of 24 can
Resource name: /E-Library/Disciples/Rakhal Das Bose/English/An Approach to Sri Aurobindos Savitri/precontent.htm
An Approach to Sri Aurobindo's "Savitri" along with a short sketch of Sri Aurobindo's Life and Works in chronological order with comments on some events Rakhal Bose SRI AUROBINDO ASHRAM PONDICHERRY September 1977 Published -and printed by Raju and Printed .at Andhra Bhavan Press Sri Aurobindo Ashram, Pondicherry-605002. Price: Rs. 2-50
Resource name: /E-Library/Disciples/Rakhal Das Bose/English/An Approach to Sri Aurobindos Savitri/An Approach to Sri Aurobindo^s Savitri.htm
An Approach to Sri Aurobindo's "Savitri" (a) 'A Legend and a Symbol' The great Epic, the Epic of epics, one of the four pillars of the stupendous structure of Sri Aurobindo's Supramental work may from a point of view be regarded and studied as an epitome of the unimaginable labour of Sri Aurobindo and the Mother for hewing out paths of Supramental realisation needed for divinising man and heaven sing Earth. Particularly it epitomises the holocaust of the Mother in her gigantic work of breaking the rocks of the inconscient world for laying the path to physical immortality. The day will come when poets, philosophers, and neo-scientists yet to