The first part of this book is a compilation from Sri Aurobindo’s writings and speeches that show his contribution to the Indian freedom movement. It covers such topics as Sri Aurobindo’s vision of India as the Motherland, his concept of a “new Nationalism”, his strategy for freeing the country from foreign rule, his experiences as an undertrial prisoner in Alipore jail, and his reasons for leaving politics in 1910. The second part contains comments by Sri Aurobindo and the Mother on the young revolutionaries associated with Sri Aurobindo, or inspired by him. It also includes profiles of seventeen revolutionaries, with reminiscences of some of them. Old photographs and supplementary notes and text add historical interest.