Collected Works of Sri Aurobindo - Contents

Contents

In addition to his philosophical magnum opus, The Life Divine, Sri Aurobindo also wrote Savitri, a 24,000-line spiritual poem; The Synthesis of Yoga, an exposition of spiritual progress; books on ancient Indian spirituality (e.g. Essays on the Gita); various volumes on historical evolution of humanity (The Human Cycle, The Ideal of Human Unity); critiques on literature (e.g. The Future Poetry), as well as thousands of letters on yoga and personal development to his disciples (Letters on Yoga). The thoughts of his partner, The Mother, are captured in dozens of other volumes, including her conversations on her own personal transformation, The Agenda.

Volumes in the Collected Works of Sri Aurobindo include:

  1. Bande Mataram: Early Political Writings I (1893-1908)
  2. Karmayogin: Early Political Writings II (1909-1910)
  3. The Harmony of Virtue: Early Cultural Writings The Harmony of Virtue
  4. Writings in Bengali
  5. Collected Poems
  6. Collected Plays and Short Stories, Part One
  7. Collected Plays and Short Stories, Part Two
  8. Translations: From Sanskrit and Other Languages
  9. The Future Poetry and Letters on Poetry, Literature and Art.
  10. The Secret of the Veda
  11. Hymns to the Mystic Fire
  12. The Upanishads
  13. Essays on the Gita
  14. The Foundations of Indian Culture and the Renaissance in India
  15. Social and Political Thought
  16. The Supramental Manifestation and Other Writings
  17. The Hour of God and Other Writings
  18. The Life Divine Part One
  19. The Life Divine Part Two.
  20. The Synthesis of Yoga Parts One and Two
  21. The Synthesis of Yoga Parts Three and Four.
  22. Letters on Yoga Part One
  23. Letters on Yoga Parts Two and Three
  24. Letters on Yoga
  25. The Mother
  26. On Himself
  27. Supplement
  28. Savitri Part One
  29. Savitri Parts Two and Three.
  30. Index and Glossary

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