Savitri Era Basics

Arabinda Basu—A Tribute to a Friend and Guide by Narad

Posted on: July 24, 2012

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                         He has left and joined the great ones at Their Feet.

Many of you will have read the reverent homage of Shraddhavan which includes some historical facts about Arindam.  This tribute, therefore, contains some of my personal reminiscences of a yogi who for me, stands alongside Nolini, on a high plateau of the Integral Yoga.

More than fifty years have passed since first we met in the U.S. and I, a callow youth, sat spellbound hearing his inspiring and illuminating words.  He usually began his talks with the words, ‘Dear Children of the Mother’ and when he spoke, although he called himself a philosopher, one felt the Presence of the Mother and Sri Aurobindo physically in the room.  In later years the Presence was so concrete that one felt, as Arabinda would say, as if the Peace, came down like a solid block of ice, but warm…

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Tusar N. Mohapatra

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Om Sri Aurobindo & The Mother.

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