Dear Friends and Well-wishers of Overman Foundation,
There are thousands of books, booklets and articles written on Sri Aurobindo and his works and teachings which are steadily becoming rare and getting lost in the ocean of oblivion. To make such publications of the bygone era easily available to one and all, Overman Foundation has undertaken the task of collecting such forgotten works which have not lost their relevance and republishing them.
In the first volume of Sri Aurobindo and His Essential Thoughts, ten articles — providing a wonderful introduction to Sri Aurobindo’s major works and his philosophy — published in various magazines and booklets between 1940 and 1980 have been included. The said articles include Sri Aurobindo and the Veda and Sri Aurobindo’s Life Divine: A Study by Vellury Chandrasekharam, Sri Aurobindo’s Interpretation of the Gita and Sri Aurobindo and Man’s Socio-Political Development by Charu Chandra Dutt, The Poetry of Sri Aurobindo: A Survey by Lotika Ghose, The Philosophy of Sri Aurobindo by Morwenna Donnelly, Sri Aurobindo and the Poetry of the Future by Sree Krishna Prasad, Sri Aurobindo and the Indian Tradition by Sanat K. Banerji, The Teachings of Sri Aurobindo by Arabinda Basu and The Message of Sri Aurobindo by Dr. Karan Singh.
In the second volume of Sri Aurobindo and His Essential Thoughts, ten articles — which had seen the light of day in various magazines between 1945 and 1991 — have been selected with the view of providing to the reader a comprehensive overview of the various aspects of Sri Aurobindo’s thoughts. The said articles include Sri Aurobindo’s Vision of Supermanhood by Haridas Chaudhury, Sri Aurobindo and Art by Charu Chandra Dutt, Sri Aurobindo and Aesthetics by V. K. Gokak, Sri Aurobindo and the Upanishads by M. P. Pandit, Sri Aurobindo and the Crisis of Modern Man by Jugal Kishore Mukherji, Sri Aurobindo’s Interpretation of History by A. B. Purani, Sri Aurobindo’s Concept of Human Unity by Rajni Chhabra, Sri Aurobindo on Education by Ranjit Kumar Acharjee, Yoga and Human Evolution by Arabinda Basu, etc.
The first volume of Sri Aurobindo and His Essential Thoughts consists of 260 pages and is priced at Rs. 325 (Three Hundred and Twenty Five) only. The second volume of Sri Aurobindo and His Essential Thoughts consists of 150 pages and is priced at Rs. 200 (Two Hundred) only.
It is hoped that Aurobindonian scholars, researchers as well as the general reader would be benefitted by these volumes.
To place an order for the aforesaid books, kindly contact at firstname.lastname@example.org or (0) 9830244192. Payment can be made through money-order, cheques, demand drafts and online remittance as well.
With warm regards,