Aurobindo went to England and stayed there for 14 years and mastered English. He learnt English, Latin, French, History. He passed ISC open competetive examination at Cambridge. He came back to India and worked in Baroda college the Vice – Principal and professor of English. He left college and joined as an editor of the Bandemataram.
He was arrested with the publication of some articles. During this period in Alipur Jail in 1908, he has a mystic experience and he changed a lot in his personality.He felt the strong pull of spiritual life. Later he was acquitted honorably.He reached Pondicherry in 1910 and remained there for the rest of his life in silence and yoga. He hardly saw any one outside for 12 years (1926-1938). He died on December 5th in the year 1950. This way aurobindo made his own life style working in various ways to ensure things go in a right way and getting ways. In many ways he contributed and he constructed an ashram for living with wise needs of disciples who are learned by this theories and principles.
Died – 1950 in PuducheryEducation : Kings College, University of Cambridge, St.Paul’s school, London
Worked at : Baroda College
Writings : The Life Divine, Savitri, Synthesis of Yoga, Songs of Myrtilla, Urvasie.
Party: Indian National Congress
THOUGHT THE PARACLETE
It is an attempt to naturalize the Callulan Hendecasyllabics in English Verse. He brought the peotic embodiment of two systems Yogajnava and Bhakti.
First movement: Here poet makes use of hipogriff. Hypogriff is a reference to the horses, a symbol of lifeforce, mind, above time and space.
Second movement: Higher mind —- Illumined mind — Intuitive mind — Overmind
Third movement: Here Thought passes different stages of Bliss i.e SAT — CHIT— ANANDA
Final movement: Here Thought loses its identity. i.e the evolution from