Sri Aurobindo's correspondence with Mridu-di

Mridu-di received about two hundred letters from Sri Aurobindo in Bengali. She was very, very lucky. Four days after she passed away, Nolini-da gave me a special job in connection with Mridu-di. He gave me a file and said, “Here are hundreds of Sri Aurobindo's letters to Mridu. Separate the letters you feel are important from the unimportant ones and then give both files to me.”

With a grateful heart I completed this task.

Sri Chinmoy, Mridu-Di: my first and foremost mother of affection (Mridu Bhashini Devi).First published by Agni Press in 1998.

This is the 1230th book that Sri Chinmoy has written since he came to the West, in 1964.

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