Sri Aurobindo was a scholar, a literary critic, a philosopher, a revolutionary, a poet, and a yogi. Born on 15 August 1872 in Kolkata, he spent the initial part of his life, fighting for the basic rights of humanity (for his countrymen). In his later life the aim of his sadhana was for India and the entire mankind to gain the right to divinity.
Promode Kumar Sen hoped his readers would become aware that through the Integral Yoga lay the path to man's highest realisations, and to that end devoted eight chapters to an exposition of Sri Aurobindo's thought. A revised edition, published in 1952, included additional material written after the conclusion of World War II and an epilogue written after Sri Aurobindo's passing.
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