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It’s a story of a long-long time ago (well, not very long), around the particular month of the year 1968. A good hearted woman Mirra Alfassa, she is also called ‘the Mother’, formed a town of peace that is also known as the City of Dawn or the universal town, in a beautiful country, India, In the region of Viluppuram district, which is mostly situated in Tamil Nadu, a southern state of India. But for the sake of peace and for the progressive harmony, it’s been decided that the Auroville doesn’t belong to any particular country (In the start it did belong to the Sri Aurobindo Society, but fortunately the situation change from 1980).
And Just like that, this peaceful and admirable country become a free town, in which any country women and men able to live here in peace and harmony, beyond any creeds, politics, and nationality. But you have one condition if you want to live there you have one and very important condition- ‘you should be…no, you must be the willing retainer of the Divine sentence, after all, Auroville’s very purpose is to a realization the human unity.
This Admirable city ruled by its own city management and the most don’t a forgettable thing, the city has big Matrimandir, (A giant Golden colored Globe) in the middle of the town, as a symbol of Divine’s answer to the man’s aspiration towards the perfection. Surrounded by the manicured garden Manimandir is decorated with a solar power plant and when the sky getting all dark, the Divine sunray turns into a beam of the solar powered light.
In the middle of the filthy wars and hatred, this divine peaceful town gives a great feeling of inspiration of peace to the Earth, which is soaking in red blood with the time passes.
At the end of the story, a sentence from the great…ok from the good…ok-ok from the tiny me, we should learn from this town and try to turn the whole world just in this town (even if it’s a little bit transformation, we should try it).
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