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Sri Aurobindo Ashram – Delhi Branch
Sri Aurobindo Marg, New Delhi 110 016



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13-08-2015 (Thursday)

06:30 am - Meditation Hall

Invocation by Karuna didi

08:00 am - Chachaji's Samadhi

Havan and Flower offering at Chachaji's Samadhi

09:30 am -Hall of Grace

Shri Surendra Nath Jauhar 'Faquir'
"Inter school patriotic song festival"

06:30 pm -Meditation Hall

Musical offering by Karuna Didi 

Reading by Tara Didi

07:30 pm  - Samadhi Lawn

Lights of Aspiration


14-08-2015 (Friday)

The Second D.N. Jhunjhunwala Memorial Lecture

02:30 pm to 03:00 pm - Meditation Hall
Musical offering by mirambika students

06:00 pm - Meditation Hall

Musical Offering by Karuna Didi

06.15 pm - Meditation Hall

Talk by Dr. Kiran Sood
Laya aur Jeevan: Sri Aurobindo ke samekit yog ke sandarbh mein

07.15 pm - Meditation Hall

Meditation with the Mother's Music



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15.08.2015 (Saturday)

05:30 am - Samadhi Lawn

Prabhat Pheri

06:30 am - Meditation Hall

Invocation by Karuna didi

10:00 am - Meditation Hall

Musical Offering by Karuna didi

A talk by Prof Bharat Gupt on
"The Relevance of Sri Aurobindo in Contemporary India"

02:00 pm - Meditation Hall

Musical offering by
to Matri Kala Mandir Students

03:00 pm - Hall of Grace
04:00 pm : "स्वतंत्रता आंदोलन" नृत्य नाटिका
(An offering by Ashram Youth)

06:30 pm - Samadhi Lawn

March Past & Lights of Aspiration

06:50 pm- Meditation Hall

"Parampara" an instrumental and vocal musical offering. Compositions from
"Chants of India", the creation of Pt. Ravi Shankar. Conceived and
re arranged by Barun Kumar Pal for the auspicious occasion of Sri Aurobindo.

07:45 pm : Prasad & Dinner

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The Mother had once called the Sri Aurobindo Ashram at Pondicherry a veritable laboratory to work out the future society. Its counterpart in the capital of India, the Sri Aurobindo Ashram - Delhi Branch, can best be understood as an extension of the centre of sadhana at Pondicherry. What is being done in this spiritual endeavour is the overcoming of the ascetic phase of the Indian tradition, which in a lopsided way equated spirituality with outer renunciation. In the Vedic times, integral life, prosperity, equality of sexes and a life-affirming attitude were cultivated by spiritual seekers. This integral approach was lost in later epochs when Mayavada (Illusionism) prevailed.


According to Sri Aurobindo “all life is Yoga.” In the Integral Yoga, the integral life down to the smallest detail has to be divinised : an inner illumination that does not change the outer life leaves the world as it is. The object of our Yoga is self-perfection and world-perfec­tion.


From an early age The Mother had dreamed of a place where seek­ers of the Divine could completely dedicate themselves to spiritual life. “Earth needs a place where men can live away from…social conventions, self-contradictory moralities and contending religions, a place where human beings, freed from all slavery to the past, can devote themselves wholly to the discovery and practice of the divine consciousness that is seeking to manifest itself.” By providing a con­genial environment and field of activities the Ashram seeks to be such a place. With the needs of the body provided, each one takes his work in the spirit of service and unselfishness, in the spirit of Karma Yoga — as an offering to the Divine.


The Delhi Branch was officially inaugurated on 12 February, 1956, with the Blessings of the Mother. To the great joy and gratitude of spiritual seekers in Northern India, the Mother graciously granted the very first Sacred Relics of Sri Aurobindo to be enshrined here on 5 December, 1957. Since then the Ashram has been growing at a steady pace. The shrine and the Meditation Hall continue to be the centre of life and the teaching of Sri Aurobindo and the Mother the guiding light. The Love and Blessings of the Master and the Mother and their Grace are always available to their disciples living here.


All live and work here as equals. No distinctions of sex, creed, religion, race, caste or national origin are observed: all are looked upon as souls and children of the Mother. There is no hierarchy of officials and subordinates. All work in association and as a unit un­der the general supervision of one or more sadhaks.


The doors of the Ashram are open for those who aspire for a higher life, with the trust that their aspiration will not stop merely at having a pious wish for a higher and nobler aim, but will manifest increasingly in the thoughts, the life movements and the physical expressions—which will all be progressively and integrally conse­crated to the Divine.