Music Painting Poetry Savitri

Savitri Marg Darshan – 2nd Offering

Celebrating Sri Aurobindo’s 150th birthday year

Project Savitri Marg Darshan offers a meditative experience centered on selected passages of Savitri read by seekers who have immersed themselves into Savitri for many years.

Accompanied by original music and visuals, each Savitri-inspired video will be released on every important date of Sri Aurobindo’s life leading to His 150th birthday, August 15th, 2022.

Each of our seven offerings will be released on Know Your Rhythm’s YouTube channel, also featured on .

Here is our 2nd video offering released on Mahasamadhi Day December 5th 2021 with a passage from Book 3, Canto II, The Adoration of The Divine Mother

Audio on Auromusic:

voice: Shraddhavan
visual art: Priti Ghosh
viola: Sevastiana Korotynskaia
flute: Bryce Grinlington
piano, music composition and production: Arnab Bishnu Chowdhury

“Savitri alone is sufficient to make you climb to the high rungs of the ladder. If truly one can meditate upon it, all the help one needs is found there for him who wishes to follow the path; it is concrete help as though the Lord himself were taking you by the hand and leading you to the destined goal.” — The Mother

Geographical Base:
Pondicherry, India

Featured Flower:

“An Avatar is an emanation of the Supreme Lord who assumes a human body on earth.”


“The word Avatara means a descent; it is a coming down of the Divine below the line which divides the divine from the human world or status.”

“The Avatar comes to reveal the divine nature in man above this lower nature and to show what are the divine works, free, unegoistic, disinterested, impersonal, universal, full of the divine light, the divine power and the divine love. He comes as the divine personality which shall fill the consciousness of the human being and replace the limited egoistic personality, so that it shall be liberated out of ego into infinity and universality, out of birth into immortality. He comes as the divine power and love which calls men to itself, so that they may take refuge in that and no longer in the insufficiency of their human wills and the strife of their human fear, wrath and passion, and liberated from all this unquiet and suffering may live in the calm and bliss of the Divine.”


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