The essential writings of Sri Aurobindo

Delhi: Oxford University Press. Edited by Peter Heehs (1998)
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Scholar, poet, political and revolutionary leader, philosopher and social theorist, yogi and spiritual leader, Sri Aurobindo (1872-1950) is one of the most important figures of twentieth-century India. This is a selection from his writings, arranged in six sections according to Sri Aurobindo's main areas of interest: politics, the Indian tradition, social and political theory, philosophy, yoga, and poetry and poetics.



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