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Sri Aurobindo on the Kurukshetra war in the Mahabharata

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  Most of what Sri Aurobindo has written on the Mahabharata may be found in the compilation The Mahabharata – Essays and Translations. The excerpts below are actually translations from his writings in Bengali. After his acquittal in the Alipore Conspiracy Case, Sri Aurobindo started a weekly in Bengali called Dharma and wrote most of […]

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Rishi – the word in the light of Sri Aurobindo

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” The thing has been seen by the seer, he is the draṣṭā & to him Veda is dṛṣṭi; it is spoken to the hearer & he sees, indirectly, through the medium of the word what the seer has seen by the self-vision, directly; to the hearer, Veda is śruti.” — Sri Aurobindo on the Isha Upanishad, […]

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Harvard’s 1869 entrance test

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Do have a look or skim through this scanned document. These are a subset of questions from Harvard’s 1869 entrance exam. Sections covered in this entrance exam : –          Translate Into Latin –          Latin Grammar –          Greek Grammar –          Greek Composition –          History and Geography –          Arithmetic –          Logararithms and Trigonometry –          Algebra –          Plane Geometry Would be […]

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