by Sethna, K.D. (Amal Kiran)
A collection of editorial articles for Mother India from 1949 to 1952. These are of “immense value” because they were all approved by either Sri Aurobindo or the Mother, and their themes are as important and pressing today as when they were written. After all, today “we are still debating the question of Indian nationalism, the meaning of national pride, the significance of the English language and the essential truths behind Hinduism.” We are still confused about secularism and the legacy of Mahatma Gandhi for nation building. These articles deal with the bearing of Sri Aurobindo’s vision on such issues of burning relevance to India and the world.
This companion volume to India and the World Scene has been reprinted after over half a century.
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