Committee Members

Martin Littlewood

My own connection with Auroville began in the mid 1960’s when I was a teenager. My mother had come in contact with the teachings of Sri Aurobindo and the Mother, through Dr Edith Schnapper, a learned lady, who was a devotee, and part of a small Aurobindo group in the UK. Edith became a family friend, and books of Sri Aurobindo and the Mother were always in the house…

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Sonia Dyne

I was living in Singapore with my husband and five young children. My life was busy (I was doing freelance editorial work and some teaching) but I was becoming more and more aware that something important was missing from my life – something I had to do…

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John Mulrey

During my youth I was always thinking about the big questions, i.e. why are we here and what is the purpose of life? Also I seemed to know deep down that all the ‘ isms ‘- socialism, communism, capitalism and the variations thereof were not the answers…

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Paul Littlewood

I first visited Auroville at the age of 8. My dad Martin had a long term involvement with Auroville and in 1989 we visited on a family holiday. I still have some vivid memories of the trip, it was an exotic adventure and a stark contrast to my childhood in England…

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Angiras Auro

Auroville is my home. I was born there in the mid-seventies and did all my schooling and education there. My upbringing has meant that I have lived and breathed the ideals of Auroville and the philosophy of Sri Aurobindo and The Mother from the start…

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