This is the first uptodate and descriptive bibliography on Sri Aurobindo, compiled after extensive research in indexes, library catalogues, books, periodicals, theses, archival material and composite books, it includes English language material published upto December 1970, with some translations from French and Bengali.
A number of entries in this bibliography, are listed for the first time in any bibliography, and each entry is given in as much detail as necessary. The bibliography, containing about 1800 composite entries, is an excellent attempt at bringing together the writings by and on Sri Aurobindo in the most helpful and classified order.
Sri Aurobindo, one of the great revolutionaries philosophers, yogis and poets of India, has left a great heritage of scholarship, and his marvelous teachings are being found useful in every walk of life. The facets of his philosophy such as 'social and political thought', 'philosophy', 'religion', 'integral yoga', 'literature', 'poetry', 'education' etc. have been very lucidly traced in this bibliography. It is sure that this reference tool compiled for scholars and research workers will be found extremely useful.
About The Author:
H. K. Kaul was born in Srinagar, Kashmir in 1941. He has science and library science degrees from the universities of Jammu & Kashmir and Rajasthan.
In 1965-66, he worked as Yoga Research Assistant at the Lakshmibai College of Physical Education, Gwalior. Since 1967 he is working with India International Centre, New Delhi.
Besides his articles in periodicals, he worked on the compilation of the 'Union Catalogue of Social Science and Humanities Periodicals Available in Delhi Libraries' compiled under the auspices of India International Center. He also worked in 1971 as Associate Project Director in Unesco's 'Guide to Resources of Indian Hisotry'.
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