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''“[[The Mother|Mother]] told me that Sri Aurobindo was not born an avatar, he became an avatar.  Some avatars were born, and some became.  Jesus Christ and Krishna were born avatars.  Buddha and others became avatars.”'' - Udar Pinto<ref>"Udar Pinto's visit to [[Savitri Bhavan]]", [[Invocation (journal)|''Invocation'']], August 1999</ref>
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<div style="width:480px; margin:auto; text-align:center;">''What Sri Aurobindo represents in the world's history is not a teaching,<br> not even a revelation; it is a decisive action direct from the Supreme.</div>
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“[[The Mother|Mother]] told me that Sri Aurobindo was not born an avatar, he became an avatar.  Some avatars were born, and some became.  Jesus Christ and Krishna were born avatars.  Buddha and others became avatars.” - Udar Pinto<ref>"Udar Pinto's visit to [[Savitri Bhavan]]", [[Invocation (journal)|''Invocation'']], August 1999</ref>
  
 
==See also==
 
==See also==
 
*[[Collected Works tutorial|Tutorial for downloading the Complete Works of Sri Aurobindo]]
 
*[[Collected Works tutorial|Tutorial for downloading the Complete Works of Sri Aurobindo]]
 
==External Links==
 
*[http://incarnateword.in/ The Incarnate Word]
 
  
 
==References==
 
==References==
 
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Revision as of 11:41, 30 January 2016


What Sri Aurobindo represents.png


What Sri Aurobindo represents in the world's history is not a teaching,
not even a revelation; it is a decisive action direct from the Supreme.


Mother told me that Sri Aurobindo was not born an avatar, he became an avatar. Some avatars were born, and some became. Jesus Christ and Krishna were born avatars. Buddha and others became avatars.” - Udar Pinto[1]

See also

References

  1. "Udar Pinto's visit to Savitri Bhavan", Invocation, August 1999