It was the hour before the Gods awake. The epic poem “Savitri” written by Sri Aurobindo starts with the dawn of the day when Satyavan is going to die. The night is the darkest just before dawn. It was the hour when the night was the darkest. Here we can make an analogy between Gods… Continue reading Savitri – Line 1
Nati is to submit our soul to the will of God. Nati may be with 3 states:1. titiksha, 2. udasinata or 3. ananda. Nati may be with titiksha, feeling the sorrow but accepting it as God’s will. Or Nati may be with udasinata, rising above and considering both joy and sorrow as the working in… Continue reading Nati – accepting God’s will in all situations
Sri Aurobindo has written an epic poem “Savitri” which is over 700 pages and around 24,000 lines long. Savitri is the daughter of the Sun. She meets Satyavan and wants to marry him. However, she comes to know from sage Narada that Satyavan is destined to die in a year. Savitri still goes onto marry… Continue reading How can reading Savitri help our life?