129th February 1956 to 29th February 2020 (Saturday)

16th Cycle of the supramental descent GOLDEN DAY celebration

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Past Event

21st Feb 2020, Friday

142nd Birth Anniversary of THE MOTHER

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12th Feb 2020, Wednesday

64th Foundation Day of Sri Aurobindo Ashram - Delhi Branch

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A very enriching talk was organised by Sri Aurobindo Ashram - Delhi Branch on January 29,2020 by Dr Charan Singh. He is the ASSIT. PROFESSOR, DEPTT. OF ENGLISH AND ORIENTAL STUDIES GOVT DEGREE COLLEGE JOSHIMATH. He shared Sri Aurobindo’s vision of India. He shared that India is the hub of spirituality since thousand of years and shall play a very big role in spreading spirituality across the world. This has been visible through many great teachers and scholars going from East to spread the message in the West.Sri Aurobindo and The Mother played a very pivotal role in establishing the relevance of bringing spirituality in everyday life.
He said that we all must have the focus and determination to make India “Our Mother land” very prosperous. As the youth of the country we have a big role to play in taking the vision of India forward and must work not only for ourselves, but contribute our work for the growth of India.

Program of 24th November

November 24 is a very significant day for the devotees of Sri Aurobindo and The Mother, as it marks the anniversary of the Siddhi Day—The Day of Victory—the descent of the Sri Krishna Consciousness or the Overmental Consciousness into the physical, which took place in the year 1926. This was the first decisive step towards the Supramental Manifestation which took place later in 1956.

This day was celebrated as The Darshan day at Sri Aurobindo Ashram - Delhi branch, with a harmonious blend of meditation, musical offerings, recitations and rangoli decorations. The Ashramites performed the March past with beautiful diyas, as salutations to the great philosopher, guru, poet and yogi Sri Aurobindo for his great contribution in the evolution process of all mankind.

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Sri Aurobindo Ashram - Delhi Branch conducted a comprehensive Integral Education & Mathematics workshop from December 21st to 28th, 2019 for 14+ rural schools and 40+ teachers under the Social Initiatives program of the Ashram. The objective of the workshop was to equip rural schools from different states on Experiential Mathematics with various learning materials and tools. The workshop was designed to cover all key aspects of Integral Education for school teachers as laid down by The Mother & Sri Aurobindo, which will not just benefit the school teachers but the students as well for holistic development. The workshop spanned over 7 days covering key aspects of Integral education, strong focus on mathematics activities through learning materials, experience of meditation & yoga and relevance of physical fitness and games. Through various innovation tools and methods Mathematics was taught to the teachers during the course of the workshop. The use of various training material like Ganit Racks, Maths Mat, Number Ball, Ganit Mala, Games, Blocks, Decimal Kit, Fraction Kit and cards etc is shared to make the subject more interesting and fun for the children. Each schools was provided Teaching Learning Materials at the end of the workshop worth Rs 30,000 by Sri Aurobindo Ashram - Delhi Branch, for utilising in their respective schools to improve conceptual understanding of Mathematics for children.

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As a part of social initiatives of Sri Aurobindo Ashram - Delhi branch, an 8 day workshop on "Library and Story telling" was organised for 40+ school teachers from different parts of the country in rural areas. The key objective was to impart a deeper understanding of Integral Education and its benefits on our overall development as laid down by The Mother & Sri Aurobindo.

The workshop covered key aspects of Integral education, story telling, setting up Libraries for schools, relevance of book reading to develop creative skills etc.

The teachers learnt new strategies and acquired important tools for making storytelling interesting and fun. They were guided into making desi TLMs to promote reading competency in village schools. They were encouraged to use games, activities, songs and rhymes for helping students better understand the world around them through storybooks and other modes of reading. Each school was provided Library books by the Ashram to enhance their Libraries in respective locations.

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