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SRI AUROBINDO COMPLEX

Sri Aurobindo Complex situated in J.P. Nagar 1st phase, Bangalore occupies an area of approximately one and a quarter acre and functions as an experimental laboratory in service of the Truth as envisaged by Sri Aurobindo & the Mother. This spiritual edifice vibes with the divine grace of Sri Aurobindo and the Mother and attracts many visitors who seek inner peace.

Regular Activities at Sri Aurobindo complex: Meditation classes, Yogasana classes, Computer coaching,
Child education programs, vocal and instrumental-Music classes, drawing and painting classes, cultural activities, Discourses and talks in the light of teachings of Sri Aurobindo and the mother, Display of photographs and teachings of Sri Aurobindo and the Mother, Prayer meetings, Publication of magazines, Books and Value education guide books. Sri Aurobindo Complex also has a School “Mirambika School for new Age” affiliated to CBSE with about 800 children. The school with its trained teachers and administration has already made a name with difference.
 
Sri Aurobindo Complex shelters 2 organisations namely :
Sri Aurobindo Complex Trust(R) and Sri Aurobindo Society State Committee Karnataka
with common objectives namely :
a) Developing Sri Aurobindo Complex as the State training Centre in Integral Education.
b) To propagate Sri Aurobindo's immortal message up to village level in Karnataka through various media of propagation and publication in Kannada, English and other languages and co-ordinate local centres in the state.
Sri Aurobindo Complex Trust (SACT)
Ultimate Aim:
Supramental Manifestation and Divine life on earth for establishing abiding Peace, Harmony, Concord and human unity on earth as envisaged by Sri Aurobindo and the Mother.
 
Vision

The highest vision in consonance with the highest aim of Sri Aurobindo's Yoga is to develop
& transform Sri Aurobindo Complex as one of the Gnostic centres
(detailed description of Gnostic centres available in chapter 55 & 56 of the Magnum Opus,
The Life Divine by Sri Aurobindo).