Saturday, December 06, 2014

No better authority on Veda than Sri Aurobindo

@brownbrumby There is no better authority on the Veda and the Upanishads than Sri Aurobindo reading whom all doubts are easily clarified.
@brownbrumby Spirituality is nothing but depth-Physics as Sri Aurobindo has delineated in his magnum opus The Life Divine based on the Veda.
@TweetsFromHP @brownbrumby Sri Aurobindo awakens us to the Vedic notion of Existence, Consciousness, & Bliss instead of anthropomorphic God.
The Mother & Sri Aurobindo show the way to steer clear of both Nehruvian as well as Hindutva extremities in espousing a sensible worldview.
Sri Aurobindo empowers us to discard Mythology - its naïve literalism and ritualism - and rely, instead, on deeper symbols of Vedic vintage.
Nehruvian propensity is to keep matters of religion private but Sri Aurobindo insists All life is Yoga and so no such separation is possible.
Sri Aurobindo's passing away anniversary passed yesterday without stirring India's elite a bit. Such indifference and ignorance is ignoble.
@ShekharGupta The only true route of Liberalism is following Sri Aurobindo and his #FiveDreams Manifesto crafted by East-West integration.
@veejaysai Time now to turn to Sri Aurobindo and his epochal works like The Synthesis of Yoga, The Life Divine, The Future Poetry & Savitri.
@Vamsee9002 @AgentSaffron @dikgaj The Human Cycle by Sri Aurobindo envisages a comprehensive view of future based on Evolution and Harmony.
@GuruuGhantaal I don't trust anonymous Cyber-Gurus and prefer to rely upon the writings of The Mother & Sri Aurobindo for matters esoteric.
@GuruuGhantaal What I tweet is meant for potential learners, to stimulate their curiosity; I don't explain "my" views here nor am answerable.
@GuruuGhantaal You are free to draw your own conclusions and characterise me according to your sweet will.
@GuruuGhantaal The Mother started speaking high of Sri Aurobindo right from 1914 and in any case, the posterity weighs one and not himself.
SavitriEra of those who adore Om Sri Aurobindo & The Mother - Adam Smith, Samuel Beckett, Harold Pinter & Sri Aurobindo
Poet, Prophet, Philosopher Sri Aurobindo (August 15, 1872 - December 5, 1950) is the greatest son India has produced.
[Confluence: by elisa freschi — What is the difference between intercultural philosophy and comparative philosophy?]
[We, the devotees of the Mother and Sri Aurobindo in Odisha, read on 28.10.2014 in the Odiya…]
One comes across an overdose of moral stances on Twitter but it's doubtful whether that many people are really so ethical in their behaviour.
@Nimai_Swain Himself a beneficiary of #Reservations, @shantprakash now finds that the provision is not benefitting majority of SCs and STs.
To be fair, the term used by the Minister Ms. Niranjan Jyoti for which she has expressed regret was rhetorical meant for alliterative effect.
Behind the façade of euphoria, disillusionment is fast spreading in the Hindutva camp due to incoherence of Ideology and a confounding Govt.
The young and the intelligent understand that the path to glory is not demolition but construction in which the record of Hindutva is zilch.
The message the young Indians must take is that a ghastly attempt was made to cripple the Indian Constitution but was rescued by patriots.
Nothing more ridiculous than foreigners like Frawley, Elst, or Gautier defining true Hindu identity and certifying genuine Indian character.
These worthies are hellbent on forcing inferiority complex among Indians for not being militant enough & thereby spoil the feelgood factor.
Rajiv Malhotra is another Hindutva killjoy who is perpetually haunted by ghosts of Sepoys through every individual he meets or thinks about.
Too much of learning, it appears, is also a dangerous thing as demonstrated presently by RW luminaries like Malhotra, Gurumurthy or Shourie.

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