The Religious, the Spiritual, and the Secular: Auroville and Secular India
The Religious, the Spiritual, and the Secular presents an account of Auroville, a city in contemporary southeast India, and the vision of founder and well-known guru Sri Aurobindo. Auroville s eventual takeover and the promotion of its goals by the Indian government leads to a thought-provoking discussion of the meaning of secularism in India."
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