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Sri Aurobindo and His Thought on Poetry

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  • Sri Aurobindo was born in 1872 and died in 1950. He was a poet, essayist, literary critic, playwright and most significantly a polyglot. But all these are partial introduction of Sri Aurobindo.
  • He was a nationalist, a mystic, political activist and he was one of the greatest philosophers of modern India.
  • He completed his primary education in England and then he came back to India when he was only 21. After returning to India, he taught Bengali, his mother tongue. Beside English and Bengali, he knew Gujarati, Sanskrit, French and Italian.
  • His work, Future Poetry, is not only a modern…

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Ananda Coomaraswamy and Indian Poetics

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  • Ananda Kentish Coomaraswamy is the pioneering metaphysician, historian and philosopher of Indian art who is credited of being the ground-breaking theorist who introduced Indian aesthetics into the West՚s philosophical domain.
  • His contribution to arts, history and aesthetics can put into three separate rubrics.
  • Firstly, rehabilitating the theories of Asian art and philosophy for the west.
  • Secondly, his extensive work on metaphysics and symbolism while serving as the curator of the Boston Museum of Fine Arts, Indian Sectio…

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