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Магазин Книги Шри Ауробиндо, Матери, Сатпрема.
This compilation consists of letters by Sri Aurobindo on various aspects of his spiritual teaching and method of yogic practice. Parts 1to 4 deal mainly with the philosophical and psychological foundations of the teaching. Parts 5 to 11 with the method of practice. And part 12 with elements of both.
Thoughts and Aphorisms was written around 1913. Ten aphorisms from the manuscript were published in the monthly review Arya in 1915 and 1916 as parts of what was later issued as Thoughts and Glimpses.
Sri Aurobindo started learning Bengali, his mother tongue, in England, as a probationer for the Indian Civil Service. After his return to India he began a serious study of the language with a view to acquiring proficiency in reading, writing and speaking. During his stay at Baroda he wrote some poetry in Bengali, attempting even a long poem called "Usha-Haran Kabya".
Collected poems of Sri Aurobindo: short poems, sonnets, longer poems. Sri Aurobindo began writing poetry as a young man in England and continued to write it throughout his life. His first poem was published in 1883, when he was eleven; his last poems were composed or revised more than sixty years later, during the late 1940s. This volume contains all the short and narrative poems in English published by Sri Aurobindo during his lifetime, all the complete poems found later among his manuscripts, and some incomplete poems as well...
The passages of this compilation have been selected from the Collected Works of the Mother. Almost all the passages have been taken from her conversations, a few from her writings. Details about the texts are given at the end of the book, as well as a glossary and a brief sketch of the Mother's life.
Essays on the Rig Veda and its mystic symbolism, with translations of selected hymns. These writings on and translations of the Rig Veda were published in the monthly review Arya between 1914 and 1920. Most of them appeared there under three headings: The Secret of the Veda, "Selected Hymns" and "Hymns of the Atris". Other translations that did not appear under any of these headings make up the final part of the volume.