'The Master-Seer of the Age'11925. Deshabandhu left the earth. The Master-Seer of the Age, from his silence-hushed Ashram, telegraphed a message to a daily journal that had wired for a comment. "Chitta Ranjan's death is a supreme loss. Consummately endowed with political intelligence, constructive imagination, magnetism, a driving force combining a very strong will and uncommon plasticity of mind for vision and tact of the hour, he was the one man after Tilak who could have led India to swaraj."
SAI 65. from "Chitta Ranjan Das"↩
Chinmoy, Sri Aurobindo: The Infinite, Agni Press, 1997