Tuesday, July 28, 2015

Crisis in Sri Aurobindo Ashram, Pondicherry, still continues

We want and we will Take Mirambika Home Now, no more talks
We walked to DOE. We walked to Aicte. We walked to DDA. We discovered and reported all PJ lies. We talked with all parents to explain the foregoing. Many parents walked over to us. PJ now threatens to close the school or pull back Diyas to blackmail the Mirambika spirit into submission. Take it straight, PJ will not walk Mirambika back home only with talks …..but some neutrals (mute witnesses to the April 14 and July 1 crimes) and stakeless people (no skin in the game) still want us to talk, give suggestions. We have had enough, we just want to Take Mirambika Home Now! And we will!!
YIKES July 24, 2015 / 8:28 pm Pranjal will be cause of – the fall the Delhi Ashram. And his subordinates will realise that much too late.

A Spiritual Utopia Struggles With Crime and Corruption - Slate Magazine-24-Jul-2015 Maddy Crowell - India's Auroville was envisioned as an international community free of government, money, religion, and strife. It hasn't exactly worked out quite ...
No one seemed able to answer the question of who controlled the funds; I was told to check the website, which has a child-friendly pie chart with the percentages of money donated. Nowhere does it state the actual numbers.
Most Aurovilians I met didn’t seem bothered by money. They were artists, spiritual dreamers, eco-farmers, and creative adventurers. They moved into a world that allowed them to forget the real one.
But a lot of innovative stuff was happening as well. Half of Auroville is run on solar panels; there is organic farming, spontaneous art and theater shows, free education, and, in whatever private capacity this means, an allocated space to further one’s own consciousness.
Although Auroville insists upon its secularity, the ideals of the township are dogmatically and fundamentally “spiritual.” The Matrimandir, it seemed to me, was like any other religion’s place of worship.
Inside, I realized the visit was a good decision. The interior glowed with a dark bronze shadow from the gold and was constructed from white marble; it was futuristic, bizarre, and confusing. The only visible light was a single ray of sun, piercing the bottom of the dome.
Savitri Era of those who adore, Om Sri Aurobindo & The Mother.

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