Symbolism In The Poetry Of Sri Aurobindo
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📒Symbolism In The Poetry Of Sri Aurobindo ✍ Syamala Kallury
✏Symbolism in the Poetry of Sri Aurobindo Book Summary : This Book Will Be An Interesting And Useful Guide To The Students Of Indo-Anglian Poetry. It Identifies Some Recurring Symbols In The Poetry Of Sri Aurobindo, Traces Their Development And Their Final Culmination Into Savitri. It Also Shows How The Poet Sri Aurobindo Had Grown Along With His Symbols And Evolved Himself Finally Into A Yogi. Sri Aurobindo Is In The Long Line Of The Seer-Poets Of India And His Message Has An All-Time Relevance To Society.
📒Savitri ✍ Aurobindo Ghose
✏Savitri Book Summary : In this epic spiritual poem, Sri Aurobindo reveals his vision of mankind's destiny within the universal evolution. He sets forth the optimistic view that life on earth has a purpose, and he places our travail within the context of this purpose: to participate in the evolution of consciousness that represents the secret thread behind life on Earth.
📒Savitri ✍ Sri Aurobindo
✏Savitri Book Summary : Savitri is Sri Aurobindo's major poetic work, an epic in blank-verse of about 24,000 lines in which a tale from the Mahabharata becomes a symbol of the human soul's spiritual quest and destiny. The tale of Satyavan and Savitri , Sri Aurobindo noted, is recited in the Mahabharata as a story of conjugal love conquering death . Sri Aurobindo has widened the original legend and turned it into a symbol in which the soul of man, represented by Satyavan, is delivered from the grip of death and ignorance through the love and power of the Divine Mother, incarnated upon earth as Savitri. Sri Aurobindo worked on this poem for more than thirty years. When a disciple asked why he kept rewriting it, he replied: That is very simple. I used Savitri as a means of ascension. I began it on a certain mental level, each time I could reach a higher level I rewrote it from that level. . . In fact Savitri has not been regarded by me as a poem to be written and finished, but as a field of experimentation to see how far poetry could be written from one's own yogic consciousnes and how that could be made creative. The Mother considered Savitri to be the supreme revelation of Sri Aurobindo's vision and called it that marvellous prophetic poem which ill be humanity's guide towards its future realisation. (The demy size edition includes letters of Sri Aurobindo on Savitri. The crown size edition has line numbers.) Contents: Savitri; Sri Aurobindo's letters on Savitri Subjects: Poetry, Philosophy, Yoga, Mysticism.
📒Perspectives On Sri Aurobindo S Poetry Plays And Criticism ✍ Amrita Paresh Patel
✏Perspectives on Sri Aurobindo s Poetry Plays and Criticism Book Summary : This Book, It Is Hoped, Will Create In The Readers Not Only An Interest In Sri Aurobindo`S Literary Work, But Also An Awareness About His Message Of Integralism And Its Continued Relevance For All Times.
📒Marginalized Indian Poetry In English ✍ Smita Agarwal
✏Marginalized Indian Poetry in English Book Summary : Indian writing in English, especially fiction, continues to capture the attention of readers all over the English-speaking world. Conversely, the strong and flourishing tradition of poetry in English from India has not impacted the contemporary world in the same manner as the fiction. This book creates a debate to highlight the well-grounded and confident tradition of Indian Poetry in English which began almost two hundred years ago with the advent of the British. Individual essays on poets before and since the Indian Independence focus on the poetry of Derozio, Tagore, Aurobindo and Naidu right down to the modern and contemporary poets like Ezekiel, Mahapatra, Ramanujan, Kolatkar, Das, Moraes, Daruwalla, de Souza, Jussawalla and Patel who ushered in a change both in terms of subject matter and style. On either side of the Atlantic, this book which includes a substantial Introduction, Select Bibliography and Index is of value to scholars, teachers and researchers on Indian Poetry in English.
📒The Poetry Of Sri Aurobindo ✍ Kishor Gandhi
✏The Poetry of Sri Aurobindo Book Summary : Ludwig Wittgenstein, 1889-1951, Austrian born British philosopher.
📒Studies In Postcolonial Literature ✍ M. Q. Khan
✏Studies in Postcolonial Literature Book Summary : Studies In Postcolonial Literature Contains Twenty-Three Papers And Two Interviews With Two Eminent Writers On Different Genres Poetry, Fiction, Short Fiction And Drama Of Postcolonial Literature. It Deals With Literatures In English Outside The Anglo-American Tradition. The Book Focuses On How Postcolonial Literature Assumes An Identity Of Its Own In Spite Of The Writers Drawn From Different Countries With Distinct National Identities. This Is A Very Useful Book For The Students As Well As The Teachers Who Intend To Do An Extensive Study Of Postcolonial Literature.
📒Sri Aurobindo S Poetic Theory ✍ Dr. N. N. Londhe
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📒Sri Aurobindo The Poet ✍ Radhey L. Varshney
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📒Sri Aurobindo ✍ Manoj Das
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