Author: A CollectionTranslator(s)/ Edito: Sujata Nahar / Shankar BandyopadhyayPublisher: Mira AditiYear: 2007Language: EnglishPages: 305ISBN/UPC (if available): 9788188893140
In this the third of four volumes of correspondence (1936-1937) between Sri Aurobindo and Dilip kumar Roy, Sri Aurobindo is, night after night, imparting knowledge in his delightful way and encouraging Dilipda to: " keep through all the aspiration which you express so beautifully in your poems; for it is certainly there and comes out from the depths, and if it the cause of suffering - as great inspirations generally are in a world and nature where there is so much to oppose them - it is also the promise and surety of emergence and victory in the future."We find Dilipda immersed in melody," winging and souring" in music and prosody, experimenting in new meters, writing inspired poetry and also inspiring others. His "Suryamukhi" was published and he was receiving high praise from eminent Bengali writers and preparing the Music Syllabus for Calcutta University.
A Few WordsBy Shankar BandhyopadhyayEditorialBy Sujata NaharCorrespondence 1936Correspondence 1937Notes