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The Ideal of The Karmayogin

 
S N Prasad (Author) D P Chattopadhyaya (Editor) Sri Aurobindo (Author)
Synopsis

Our aim will therefore be to help in building up India for the sake of humanity – this is the spirit of the Nationalism which we profess and follow. We say to humanity, “The time has come when you must take the great step and rise out of a material existence into the higher, deeper and wider life towards which humanity moves. The problems which have troubled mankind can only be solved by conquering the kingdom within.... For that work the freedom and greatness of India is essential, therefore she claims her destined freedom and greatness, and it is to the interest of all humanity, not excluding England, that she should wholly establish her claim.”

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About the authors

S N Prasad

S. N. Prasad, formerly Director of History Division, Ministry of Defence, headed the National Archives of India from 1969 to 1979: After being awarded D. Phil in History by the Allahabad University he pursued his post doctoral research on military history in the USA on a Rockefeller Foundation Fellowship.

D P Chattopadhyaya

D.P. Chattopadhyaya, Professor of Philosophy, jadavpur University, is currently working as Research Scientist of the University Grants Commission. Among his numerous published works are Individuals and Societies(1967), Individuals and Worlds (1976), environment Evolution and Value (1982), Humans Meanings Existences (1983), Sri Aurobindo and Karl Marx (1988). His forthcoming books are Induction Probability and Scepticism and Anthropology and historiography of Science.

Sri Aurobindo

Sri Aurobindo (1872-1950) was educated at St. Paul's School, London, and King's College, Cambridge. Returning to India in 1893, he began an exhaustive study of the Indian literary and spiritual traditions. In 1906 he joined the national movement and was the first to insist that its goal must be independence. In 1910 he retired to Pondicherry to devote himself to the practice of yoga. The ashram he founded in 1926 still attracts thousands of people interested in his spiritual philosophy and yoga.

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Bibliographic information

Title The Ideal of The Karmayogin
Format Softcover
Date published: 31.12.2015
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
isbn 9788170585435
length 64p., 7"X 4.7cm.