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/Works of Sri Aurobindo/English/Manuscripts/Sri Aurobindo says.htm
Sri Aurobindo says ; "There is no greater pride and glory than to be a perfect instrument of the Master"
Resource name: /E-Library/Works of Sri Aurobindo/English/Manuscripts/The Mother/The Mother.htm
THE MOTHER   SRI AUROBINDO     THE MOTHER   Regarded as the Bible or the Gita of the Age of Sri Aurobindo, The Mother is a seminal book of scriptural standing. The main part of the work portrays the Quaternary of the Manifestations of the Mahashakti, the Supreme Divine Mother-Puissance, in their incessant labour for the divinisation of man. It lays down the conditions for evoking their Grace for the elevation and transformation of human life. The hints that Sri Aurobindo threw out in the pages of the Arya on the role of Maheshwari, Mahakali, Mahalakshmi and Mahasaraswati in the evolution of this Creation towards a supramental perfection are her
Resource name: /E-Library/Works of Sri Aurobindo/English/Manuscripts/Last Poems/precontent.htm
Resource name: /E-Library/Works of Sri Aurobindo/English/Manuscripts/Last Poems/The Divine Hearing.htm
LAST POEMS   Page - 1 The Divine Hearing     A LL sounds, all voices have become Thy voice:        Music and thunder and the cry of birds, Life's babble1 of her sorrows and her joys,        Cadence of human speech and murmured words,   The laughter of the sea's enormous mirth,        The winged plane purring through the conquered2 air, The auto's trumpet-song of speed to earth,        The machine's reluctant drone, the siren's blare   Blowing upon the windy horn of Space        A call of distance and of mystery, Memories of sun-bright3 lands and ocean-ways,—        All now are wonder-tones and t
Resource name: /E-Library/Works of Sri Aurobindo/English/Manuscripts/Last Poems/Publishers Note.htm
PUBLISHERS NOTE   The forty-eight poems included in this collection  consisting mainly of sonnets, are among the last written by the Master. He intended to give them all a final revision, but only a few were actually so done. One or two irregularities of rhyming may be noticed, but whether they were purposely meant to be like that or kept only provisionally, it is not possible to say. In several cases, where  it seemed necessary, earlier versions  have been drawn upon for textual collation and the fixing of dates. Where two dates are given for the same poem, the earlier refers to the date of composition  and the other to that of revision. The poems are arranged