Integral Yoga Centers in Western Europe
(Sri Aurobindo and The Mother's Centre)
126 Whitton Avenue East
- Vijen Manek, 00 44 020 903-6504
- Fax: 00 44 020 902-1146
- email: email@example.com
- Sri Aurobindo's and The Mother's Centre of Integral Yoga is known as Auromira
Centre. As the Centre has been privileged from 1st January 1998 to have Sri
Aurobindo's Relics, it is also known as The Relics Centre. The aim of the
Centre is to promote spiritual progress in its entirety for everyone, irrespective
of caste, creed or colour.
A shrine room has been specially created to permanently house the bust and
relics of Sri Aurobindo, where one can meditate in a quiet and peaceful environment.
The Centre is a charitable trust. However, it is not involved in any fund
raising activities and charges no fees. Everyone is welcome to participate
financially as well as in the activities of the Centre for the Divine Work.
Any offerings will be gratefully accepted for the Centre's various activities,
including inviting speakers from abroad.
There is a library with books and magazines in English and Gujarati on Sri
Aurobindo's and The Mother's works. Books, agarbatis, photographs and auido
and video casettes from lectures are available for sale.
- Auromira Centre came into existence in 1981, originally as a small centre
for prayers, meditation and occasional lectures. Those activities gathered
momentum and by 1988 the annual summer lectures on spiritual topics and the
celebration of Darshan days became well known features. In 1996 a bust of
Sri Aurobindo was installed at the Centre. The enshrinement of Sri Aurobindo's
Relics took place on 1st January 1998 Professor Manoj Das of Sri Aurobindo
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