I've been always keeping myself updated with your very perceptive and professionally well organised blogs. The coverage is amazing, and wide--and there's no doubt about it. -RY Deshpande 29 November 2008

Your Savitri Era blog has certainly enriched my life! I have found there probably more stimulating information on Sri Aurobindo and Mother and other spiritual and progressive subjects and more crucial links to intellectually and psychically stimulating areas of the web than anywhere else on the web. Also criticisms, which are sometimes more illuminating than encomia when taken in the right spirit...
I believe great changes are taking place, not only in our inner beings but in the nations and the planet as a whole, ready to surface at the right time and in the right way. Your Savitri Era blog, and I am sure your other blogs, is a grand, central light station for the planet. Please know this. -Rick Lipschutz, San Francisco Fri, 22 Sep 2006

PLEASE do not refer to any of the blogs maintained by Tusar Mohapatra as "the Aurobindo site". With his many cross-linked parasitic blogs, this character has achieved an altogether undeserved prominence among Google searches for "Aurobindo". (It's the same technique by which porn site bootstrap themselves upward.) Mohapatra's agenda is political (he's even founded a party!) -Ulrich Mohrhoff, Sri Aurobindo International Centre of Education, Pondicherry, India Managing Editor, AntiMatters 13 Sep 2009 [plagiarized from]

Raman Reddy said... I think I should reply to the high and mighty Tusar Mohapatra of the Savitri Era Forum, who keeps on making the most opposite comments on the same issue, once for and once against, without realising that one should be at least stable with one’s own opinion. Or does he think that even fluctuating in one’s opinion like the wind is being democratic with the multiple selves that one has in one’s own being? But democracy being the foundation of TNM, he would say, “It does not matter even if I contradict myself for I am giving respect to all my selves!” August 14, 2010 4:05 PM - RYD said... Yes, now and then I've been seeing those bazaar blogs named after Savitri always playing a dubious role, acting like paid agents yet keeping a fa├žade of journalistic fairness. The best is to dismiss what they say. 11:02 AM

Anonymous Sep 29, 2010 12:34 AM Your comments if studied over a period of time reflect your penchant for appearing objective and fair while leaving a backdoor for escape. Essentially you go with the weather. It’s not the royalty but the wider damage done to the scholarship on Sri Aurobindo at stake.

Tusar N Mohapatra wrote... [When the facts change, I change my mind. What do you do, sir? - John Maynard Keynes]
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