A Revolutionary Becomes a Saint: The Story of Sadguru Omkar.

Dear Friends, Sadguru Omkar (1889—1978)—formerly known as Nilkantha Brahmnachari—was involved in national revolutionary activities from his school days. The group of which he was a part was closely connected with the Jugantar group of Bengal. Because of his revolutionary activities he had to take refuge in the French territory of...

Nishikanto’s portrait of Sri Aurobindo.

Dear Friends, Nishikanto Roychowdhury (24.3.1909—20.5.1973) was the greatest Bengali poet of Sri Aurobindo Ashram. Having received his early education at Santiniketan where he enjoyed the love and affection of Rabindranath Tagore he arrived at Pondicherry in 1934. He befriended Dilip Kumar Roy and wrote lyrics for many of his memorable...

Georges Van Vrekhem’s last book “The New Spirituality”

Dear Friends and Well-wishers of Overman Foundation, We are happy to announce that Overman Foundation has taken up the distribution of Georges Van Vrekhem’s last book “The New Spirituality” published recently. The late Georges Van Vrekhem (1935—2012), was a Flemish speaking Belgian journalist, poet and playwright who became acquainted with...