AUROBINDO GHOSH BIOGRAPHY PDF

Biography[ edit ] Early life time[ edit ] Aurobindo Ghose was born in Calcutta now Kolkata , Bengal Presidency , India on 15 August in a Bengali Kayastha family that was associated with the village of Konnagar in the Hoogly district. His father, Krishna Dhun Ghose, was then assistant surgeon of Rangpur in Bengal and later civil surgeon of Khulna , and a former member of the Brahmo Samaj religious reform movement who had become enamoured with the then-new idea of evolution while pursuing medical studies in Edinburgh. Aurobindo had two elder siblings, Benoybhusan and Manmohan , a younger sister, Sarojini, and a younger brother, Barindrakumar also referred to as Barin. Although his family were Bengali , his father believed British culture to be superior.

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Father Krishna Dhanu Ghosh was a doctor and his mother Swarnalata Devi was a skilled housewife and a woman of very religious temperament. His father did not like Indian culture much and paid more attention to Christianity, so he put his children in the English convent school. His maternal grandfather Shri Raj Narayan Bose was a prominent person of Bengali literature, and his works are unique even today.

In , Arvind Ghosh and his brother were sent to England to complete their studies and were admitted to Cambridge at the age of eighteen. Work and promotion In , Arvind Ghosh returned to India and was appointed to the post of Vice-Principal in a university in Baroda present Baroda and started working at a salary of Rs per month.

From to , he held that position and continued to do his work with honesty and dedication, and acquired the knowledge of Sanskrit, Bengali literature, philosophy and political science, due to which the Maharaja of Baroda impressed him very much. But after the Bengal Partition of , he quit the job and moved to Bengal and started working at the Bengal National College for a salary of one hundred and fifty rupees. The job was only a means to ignite the flame of freedom in his mind.

In it, without fear, he wrote sharp editorial articles against the British rule. Arvind Ji also openly supported the boycott of British goods, British courts and other English things.

He asked the people to prepare for the Satyagraha, which ignited a fire in the youth of Bengal and they were eager to overthrow the British rule. Chittaranjan Das then defended Mr Arvind Ghosh at the time of the hearing and was acquitted after a memorable trial. Attraction to spirituality Once when he was locked in a dirty cell of Alipore Jail, he had a dream in which God is telling him that for freedom, more subtle work is needed to be done because it is time for a change and by doing spiritual practice you can make India subtle.

Will have to be convincing. An atmosphere has to be created in which holy souls also come to the earth and offer sacrifices in this struggle! And God ordered him to go on a divine mission. He used this period of imprisonment for intensive study and practice of the teachings of the Gita.

After leaving prison, he started a monthly magazine called Sri Arya in the year , after concentrating on yoga for four years in Pondicherry.

Compositions by Arvind Ghosh For the next six-and-a-half years, it became a medium for most of his most famous works, which came as a serial. In , Mr Arvind retired from public life. With spiritual powers and psychic, subtle powers, he created an environment in which young, elderly, children or women all came forward to sacrifice themselves for freedom. The news of the martyrdom of people began to happen day by day, whether it was Chandrashekhar Azad or Bhagat Singh such spirits came forward that the British rule eventually had to be uprooted.

Achievements Arvind Ghosh never paid attention to worldly achievements. He was nominated for the Nobel Prize for Literature in , while in he was named for his contributions to poems, spiritual and philosophical literature. He was also awarded the Butterworth Award for Literature and the Bedford Award for his contribution to history. Read Also: The Impact of Social Media on Students The life of Arvind Ghosh believed that his brain is more powerful than human and it has the power of a thousand times more soul than the one who has known himself, and then there is no need to know anything.

The death On 5 December , Arvind Ghosh renounced his body and merged with the whole, after which Indian metaphysics gave him the metaphor of Maharishi, and he was called Maharishi Arvind Sri Aurobindo. According to Aurobindo Ghosh, there is nothing called death because the one who considers himself a body is just a garment worn by the soul and the soul never dies.

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Biography of Aurobindo Ghosh (1872 -1950)

Father Krishna Dhanu Ghosh was a doctor and his mother Swarnalata Devi was a skilled housewife and a woman of very religious temperament. His father did not like Indian culture much and paid more attention to Christianity, so he put his children in the English convent school. His maternal grandfather Shri Raj Narayan Bose was a prominent person of Bengali literature, and his works are unique even today. In , Arvind Ghosh and his brother were sent to England to complete their studies and were admitted to Cambridge at the age of eighteen. Work and promotion In , Arvind Ghosh returned to India and was appointed to the post of Vice-Principal in a university in Baroda present Baroda and started working at a salary of Rs per month. From to , he held that position and continued to do his work with honesty and dedication, and acquired the knowledge of Sanskrit, Bengali literature, philosophy and political science, due to which the Maharaja of Baroda impressed him very much. But after the Bengal Partition of , he quit the job and moved to Bengal and started working at the Bengal National College for a salary of one hundred and fifty rupees.

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Aurobindo Ghosh Biography in English

Early Life of Aurobindo Ghosh: In the eastern firmament of globe, Aurobindo outshines all spiritual and noble personalities by virtue of his versatile genius and splendid personality sprawling over the entire human race. His life was different from others and he was deeply immersed in gaining insight into the spiritual realm. Being an idealist and spiritualist to the core, he devoted his last part of his life after leaving politics to develop his spirituality in his own Ashram at Pondicherry through Yoga and meditation. Essay 2. According to him, everyone has something divine in him which must be identified, developed and used. Everybody must have an inner urge for realisation of divine. Divine power helps him to fulfill his cosmic purpose and thus divine energy radiates from him into the world.

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