Huta

Huta

Huta

Huta received her name, meaning ‘the offered one’, directly from the Mother. Born in East Africa, she was drawn to the Mother even before meeting her. In 1955, she joined the Ashram permanently while in her late teens, and soon came into a long-lasting close and intimate personal contact with the Mother. The Mother’s deep and heartfelt letters to her are published in White Roses.

Although Huta had no artistic training whatsoever, the Mother entrusted her with the task of depicting passages of Sri Aurobindo’s epic Savitri through painting. The paintings were all done in the light of the Mother’s guidance, helping to develop Huta’s latent capacities. The Mother named the project Meditations on Savitri.

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