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Indian Culture and Integral Education – An Interaction with Flame University Students

Date: February 26, 2024 A group of 10 students and 1 faculty member from Flame University, Pune visited Sri Aurobindo Society in the last week of February for a series of educational events and interactions. This visit was part of their ongoing research project on Integral Education. On behalf of Sri Aurobindo Society, SAFIER (Sri

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From Rational to Suprarational: An Essential Evolutionary Movement for Collective Well-being

Date: February 11, 2024 Venue: Sri Aurobindo Uni(Di)versity, Aurovalley Ashram, Uttarakhand WATCH THE RECORDING HERE. On February 11, Dr. Beloo Mehra was invited to deliver a talk at a National Seminar held in Uttarakhand. The 2-day (Feb 11-12, 2024) National Seminar on Synthesis of Science and Spirituality for the Highest Welfare of Society was jointly

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Discourses on Art and Spirituality – 27 sessions

In 2023, BhāratShakti through its Renaissance journal & Sri Aurobindo Integral Life Center (SAILC), Auro University, Surat joined hands to launch a year-long project titled ‘Kala evam Adhyatma’ (Art and Spirituality). Under the auspices of this project, the team began by organizing an online series of Discourses on Art and Spirituality. Through this weekly series, the

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Sanitation in Ancient India and Implications for Future

A true and all-inclusive Renaissance or Rebirth of India can never exclude conscious care, preservation and rejuvenation of the outer body of India. For our monthly video lecture, this time we take up a topic highly relevant for civic planning in India of today and tomorrow. With a growing population, the problem of human waste

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India’s National Development in the Light of Sri Aurobindo’s Educational Philosophy

Editor’s Note: According to Sri Aurobindo a true and living education should have three central aims – 1) for an individual, it is growth of the soul and its powers and possibilities, 2) for the nation, the preservation, strengthening and enrichment of the nation-soul and its Dharma, and 3) to raise both the individual and

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Indian Culture, Spirituality and Modern Economics

Editorial Note: “The ideals that governed the spirit and body of Indian society were of the highest kind, its social order secured an inexpugnable basic stability, the strong life force that worked in it was creative of an extraordinary energy, richness and interest, and the life organised remarkable in its opulence, variety in unity, beauty,

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