More Aurobindo Links
(submitted by a visitor unsatisfied with the official site)
Hope you don't mind me sending you some valuable links:
[Also added by Sarlo: WIE
article on Aurobindo as spiritual revolutionary]
This site seems to come from Russia, as it contains many of Sri Aurobindo's
major works in the English original and in Russian translation. The site is
still growing. Among other works it contains his principal prose work "The
Life Divine" (about 1000 pages), and his large epic "Savitri". Also a large
collection of his letters written to his disciples (not complete yet). All
is downloadable. By far the best Aurobindo site on the Internet.
A larger collection of extracts of some of Sri Aurobindo's major works,
edited by his French disciple Pavitra (previously published in book form).
There are several editions of talks of the Mother. One of her French
disciples, Satprem, held private talks with her during the last years of her
life, in her 80s and 90s. He recorded them on tape and later published them
in book form (c.6000 pages). After the Mother's death in 1973 the ashram
tried to get hold of that material, as the Mother was entirely frank in
these talks, saying what came to her mind and being not always in tune with
what some of the sadhaks wanted to hear her say. Nevertheless Satprem
rescued the whole set and now this material has been put on the above web
site, translated from French into English, search facilities included (the
whole set is also downloadable).
SABDA means 'Sri Aurobindo Book Distribution Agency' - the sales department
of his ashram.