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Tuesday, May 10, 2011

I only go by as to what A.G. said and not by what others say


Comment on Sri Aurobindo’s letter to Moraji Desai by nirmalya ...students of AG at the National Council of Education Bengal. As I understand he also did not like that he should have devotees and even went to the extent of prohibiting prostration in front of his picture inside the Ashram. But unfortunately things did change. Please appreciate that we are dealing with a person who was beyond us and of course be... from Comments for Overman Foundation - May 7, 2011 (3 days ago)
Comment on Sri Aurobindo’s letter to Moraji Desai by bijan ghosh ...AG” for Sri Aurobindo. one may refer as “He” – if he thinks that writting “Sri Aurobindo” is consuming more space. Gandhi and his followers or disciples – are not the same. As told by an ashramite of early days, He refused to meet Gandhi, since in one birth, Gandhi was an asura, named Mur – and Lord annihilated him for which he got the title ... from Comments for Overman Foundation - May 7, 2011 (3 days ago)
Comment on The Last Photographs of Sri Aurobindo by nirmalya ...But then again why do we need to decipher so much from his looks and postures? It is all his and will never be ours. Rather we should appreciate his comforts and discomforts. Surely A.G. wouldn’t have liked it given my understanding of his attitude that I had read of but would have only smiled it off through his eyes for one of his million devot... from Comments for Overman Foundation - May 4, 2011 (6 days ago)
Comment on The Last Darshan Photographs of Sri Aurobindo by nirmalya ...Pranams to AG and Mira Richard on this day. May their Light continue to guide us and the humanity for a better and evolved Earth that they sought for…The Earth Consciousness.. from Comments for Overman Foundation - Apr 25, 2011 12:57 AM
Comment on Sri Aurobindo’s letter to Moraji Desai by nirmalya ...age comes when it is required and when it finally comes it goes into another `Self’… and then it is no longer required. A.G was also a firm believer in the philosophy of the Greek mystic philosopher `Epictetus’. Epictetus believed that consummation with a minor was evil. AG was 29 and Mrinalini 14. You are of course free to draw your conclus... from Comments for Overman Foundation - Apr 21, 2011 3:22 PM
Comment on Sri Aurobindo’s letter to Moraji Desai by Sandeep ...s Agenda October 20 1971 (“They have found some letters — some old letters — from Sri Aurobindo to Barin and the lawyer…). Anyway, I think we will close the discussion, unless you want to talk offline from Comments for Overman Foundation - Apr 22, 2011 3:48 PM
Comment on Sri Aurobindo’s letter to Moraji Desai by nirmalya ...agination floating all over the world. Therefore, I only go by as to what A.G. said and not by what others say. Hence it is better not to come to conclusions. We should try to respect the privacy of a man who really did not want that his life should be known to all. He had his reasons. Then why do we gather evidence floating around him in bits a... from Comments for Overman Foundation - Apr 20, 2011 1:22 PM
...and then again call her after 8 years saying ‘ amar siddhi labh hoyeche, tumi ebar aste paro’ ( I have achieved Siddhi and now you may come to Pondicherry )….But then why did he leave her without a notice.” Nirmalya: Let us not wildly imagine that A.G. did not want to disturb the `supramental atmosphere’ by not wanting to meet Gandhi. This is i... from Comments for Overman Foundation - Apr 19, 2011 7:00 PM
Comment on Sri Aurobindo’s letter to Moraji Desai by nirmalya ...agnum opus Life Divine and Savitri. As per Ashram records A.G. use to get many letters, small and big, and he never stood away from answering them however puerile the thoughts might be. Let us not wildly imagine that A.G. did not want to disturb the `supramental atmosphere’ by not wanting to meet Gandhi. This is iconoclastic oversimplification, ... from Comments for Overman Foundation - Apr 19, 2011 1:04 PM
Comment on Sri Aurobindo’s letter to Moraji Desai by nirmalya But where is Morarji’s letter. That would be even more interesting as to what prompted A.G. to write a letter to an avowed Gandhian. A.G. had refused to meet Gandhi but could afford to reply to his disciple as he also did in the case of Gandhi. Interesting piece of information for the researcher. from Comments for Overman Foundation - Apr 19, 2011 4:14 AM
Comment on Sri Aurobindo’s letter to Moraji Desai by Sandeep ...agraph makes it amply clear that Sri Aurobindo was giving general advice to an individual who had come to visit the Ashram. (“difficult for me to say anything definite without more precise data than those contained in your letter.”). Way back in 1935, Morarji Desai was NOT the well-carved-out personality we know him today. He was only a buddin... from Comments for Overman Foundation - Apr 19, 2011 4:14 AM
Comment on Reminiscences of Bhupal Chandra Bose, Sri Aurobindo’s father-in-law by nirmalya ...and then again call her after 8 years saying ‘ amar siddhi labh hoyeche, tumi ebar aste paro’ (I have achieved Siddhi and now you may come to Pondicherry ). As far I am aware of A.G. himself took the initiative and got an advertisement published in the newspaper for marriage. After that he went on to see almost 50 bengalee ladies and then fina... from Comments for Overman Foundation - Apr 4, 2011 3:40 PM

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