Evil and the Philosophy of Retribution: Modern Commentaries on the Bhagavad-Gita By Sanjay Palshikar Routledge India, 2013
Evil and the Philosophy of Retribution compares the responses of three modern Indian commentators on the Bhagavad-Gita — Aurobindo Ghose, Bal Gangadhar Tilak and Mahatma Gandhi. The book reveals that some of the central themes in the Bhagavad-Gita were transformed by these intellectuals into categories of modern socio-political thought by reclaiming them from pre-modern debates on ritual and renunciation.
Stalked by ourselves? TOI Santosh Desai 23 March 2014
Questionables to Your Unanswerables 23 Jan 2006 by Gagdad Bob With regard to the East, this has been most ably and exhaustively enunciated by Sri Aurobindo, who had the benefit of a Cambridge education and integrated Vedanta with the modern world. In the West, virtually the identical task was ...
Weakness, Vanity, and Cruelty: A Glimpse into the Moral Dementia ... 3 Jan 2006 by Gagdad Bob - References Interestingly, this is exactly the conclusion drawn by the great Indian philosopher and sage Sri Aurobindo, in his celebrated Essays on the Gita. Aurobindo writes that the Gita "does not preach indifference to good and evil for the ... One Cosmos