Guiding Light of The Month

THERE is a great difference between being in the midst of active work, of external action, while keeping one’s thought constantly fixed on Thee, and entering into that perfect union with Thee which leads to what I have called “absolute Consciousness, true Omniscience, Knowledge”. - The Mother


We all knew that Mr. Rajah was suffering from an incurable disease but his departure must have left a strong sense of vacuum. I am sure the noble soul is resting on the Mother's lap.
Pradeep Narang
Sri Aurobindo Society, Puducherry

Spiritual guidance through meditation is the key to dealing with and accepting the loss of a loved one.
Sushila Ben
Sri Aurobindo Society, Pondicherry

It is with profound sorrow that we heard the passing away of Sri K S Rajah a couple of days ago. Truly he was humble but profound and unpretentious Aurobindo's Savitri scholar and both my wife and I had numerous occasions to listen to his readings from Savitri at the Aurobindo Society at Starlight Road. We had the rare privilege of knowing him and benefit from our association with him. Good people are snatched away from us and indeed inscrutable are the ways of God. A great soul indeed and may his soul rest in peace.

S Parthasarathy,
Sri Aurobindo Society, Singapore


KS Rajah: He was a king in Vedic knowledge and he was kingly in his demeanour.

Ananda Reddy,
Sri Aurobindo Ashram, Pondicherry

I express my deepest condolence on the demise of the Society’s Chairman, Mr K S Rajah. My prayers for his departed soul to rest in peace.

G Sridhar,
Sri Aurobindo Society, Singapore

Flutist, Temple of Fine Arts

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