About Aurobindo Ji


The College is named after Sri Aurobindo 
(15 August 1872 - 5 December 1950), the philosopher, poet, nationalist and freedom fighter who developed his own vision of human progress and spiritual evolution. Born AurobindoGhose, at Culcutta (Kolkata), he synthesized Eastern and Western philosophy, religion, literature, and psychology in his writings. His major philosophical works are: ‘The Life Divine’ and ‘The Synthesis of Yoga.’ His principal poetic work is - ‘Savitri: A Legend and a Symbol.’ It was on his 75th birthday, August 15, 1947, that India attained independence from British rule.

 

Sri Aurobindo ji