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At the Feet of The Mother

An Interview with Prof Arabinda Basu (2005)

00:00 Diversity of Life, Unity of Spirit
02:20 Waking the Sleeping Soul of Humanity
09:42 Resistance to Change
13:30 The Importance of Spiritual Unity
15:47 Addressing the Issue of Poverty
22:43 Finding Unity in Everyday Life

Prof Arabinda Basu (22 July 1918—3 July 2012) was a noted professor of Philosophy whose association with Sri Aurobindo Ashram began in 1938. After obtaining his M.A. degree in Philosophy he joined the Benares Hindu University as a lecturer in Indian Philosophy and Religion. He was also a Spalding Lecturer in Indian Philosophy and Religion at the University of Durham in United Kingdom, visiting professor at Claremont College of Claremont (California), Professor of Religion at Dubuque (Iowa), Professor of Philosophy at Punjab University (India), professor at the Institute of Ecumenical Studies at Celigny (Switzerland), lecturer at the Harvard School of Divinity and Centre for the Study of World Religions at Harvard. He became an inmate of Sri Aurobindo Ashram in 1968 and joined Sri Aurobindo International Centre of Education as a professor. He served as the Editor of the yearly magazine Gavasena. He was also an eloquent speaker who was invited quite often to speak on the philosophy of Sri Aurobindo.

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