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India and the World Scene

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The book contains editorial articles by K.D. Sethna, written for the fortnightly Mother India, during the years 1949 to 1951. These articles provide a deep insight and an illuminating commentary on the cultural, political, national and international issues faced by India during this period.

ISBN 81-7060-118-5
353 pp. Size - 14 x 22 cm

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The book contains editorial articles by K.D. Sethna, written for the fortnightly Mother India, during the years 1949 to 1951. These articles provide a deep insight and an illuminating commentary on the cultural, political, national and international issues faced by India during this period.


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  • The Indian genius is, of course, best described as spiritual; but it is not spiritual in a narrow way; it is an urge of synthesis of a hundred approaches to the Eternal, the Infinite, the Divine. Not only does it spiritualise everything in the long run; it also spiritualises everything without depriving any term of its own essential quality.
  • More undeniably than any religious propaganda atomic energy pushes our attention beyond every patch-up meliorism towards a radical supermanhood of soul in which the nations of the world may discover a spontaneous fraternity by being conscious of a single universal Spirit.
  • That Sri Aurobindo is more than a moral and religious philosopher is quite understood by no small portion of the Indian public. He is looked upon by quite a number as a great Yogi, a living store-house of mystical experience.
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