Mera Bharat Mahan Dreaming of a great India Wednesday, December 12, 2007
Hinduism gave itself no name, because it set itself no sectarian limits; it claimed no universal adhesion, asserted no sole infallible dogma, set up no single narrow path or gate of salvation; it was less a creed or cult than a continuously enlarging tradition of the Godward endeavor of the human spirit. An immense, many-sided and many staged provision for a spiritual self-building and self-finding, it had some right to speak of itself by the only name it knew, the eternal religion, Sanatana Dharma. Sri Aurobindo (1872-1950) Posted by Bahu of Bengal at 11:19 AM Labels: Hinduism, Sanatana Dharma, Sri AurobindoAbout this blog
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Random books from my library
A Greater Psychology : An Introduction to the Psychological Thought of Sri Aurobindo by Sri Aurobindo
Father India: How Encounters With an Ancient Culture Transformed the Modern West by Jeffery Paine
Integral Yoga: Sri Aurobindo's Teaching & Method of Practice by Aurobindo
Lord Krishna's Cuisine: The Art of Indian Vegetarian Cooking by Yamuna Devi
Monster of God by David Quammen
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