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International Journal of Advanced Academic Studies

2019, Vol. 1, Issue 1, Part A

Aurobindo's philosophy of education


Author(s): Dr. Kalpana Vajpeyi

Abstract: Aurobindo writes a number of essays in which he depicts Indian culture and civilization very vividly. He advocates spiritual development He tries to sum up the distinctive features of Indian Civilization. To Sri Aurobindo, 'the notion of progress' in India is spiritual. It is this that makes India 'special and distinctive'. He says that 'if our Ideal is worth preserving, we must be bold and take the battle into the enemy's camp'. He advocates the philosophy of Brahman (the Universal Soul) that is imperishable, Atman (Individual Soul) will be reunited after conquering, 'Maya' (illusion of time and space) with ultimate soul (Brahman) and 'Nirvana' that is a release from rebirth according to Buddhist philosophy.

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Dr. Kalpana Vajpeyi. Aurobindo's philosophy of education. Int J Adv Acad Stud 2019;1(1):247-249.
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