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cover Times of Transition
— Selections from the Works of Sri Aurobindo and the Mother
ISBN: 978-81-7060-376-4
Available since 30-Jan-2016
Binding: Soft Cover
Pages: 50
Price: Rs 30


cover Srimad Bhagavatam: At Each Step a Luminous World
— Prema Nandakumar
ISBN: 978-81-7060-335-1
Available since 20-Jan-2016
Binding: Soft Cover
Pages: 251
Price: Rs 375

Drawing on Sri Aurobindo's interpretation of the significance of the Puranas, the author wrote a series of articles on the Bhagavata Purana that was originally published serially in the journal Mother India. Taking up the legends in this most popular of the Puranas, she looks at the way they have inspired Indian philosophy, literature, and culture, making the ancient spiritual truths of the rishis appealing to the mind of a whole people. Varaha, Vamana-Trivikrama, Rishabha, and Rama, four incarnations of Vishnu, are studied in separate sections; five chapters are devoted to Krishna. The stories of several devotees (the child Dhruva, the sinner Ajamila, the rakshasa Prahlad, the elephant Gajendra, and King Ambarisha) are included to illustrate how each individual can attain the Divine.


cover A Vedic Index
Meaning and explanation of some important Vedic symbols, words, images, and concepts in the words of Sri Aurobindo
— Compiled from the Works of Sri Aurobindo
ISBN: 978-81-931830-0-7
Available since 12-Jan-2016
Binding: Soft Cover
Pages: 174
Price: Rs 235

Beginning with Aditi and ending with Yuga this glossary of Vedic terms, symbols, and concepts has been compiled from the works of Sri Aurobindo, drawn primarily from The Secret of the Veda and Hymns to the Mystic Fire. Some entries contain multiple extracts; some quote just a line or two, others a full paragraph. Sri Aurobindo considered the Veda not only to be the fount of Indian civilisation but also seminal to the world's spirituality, to its various religions, to the development of its thought.


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