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  • Pratiksha, nice effort, the quotes are good. 5th slide is looking very nice. you can include more than this in this topic. but I don't understand the pictures of 3rd slide. What u want to say with this?
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  •  Name : Pratiksha M Solanki  Roll No : 26  Sem : 1 ( 2013-2015)  Paper : Indian Writing in English  Subject : Sri Aurobindo's views on Youth  Submitted to: Smt. S.B. Gardi Dept. of English M.K.Bhavnagar University pratikshasolanki068@gmail.com
  • Biography On Sri Aurobindo Sri Aurobindo Ghosh was born in Calcutta on 15th August 1872. He was a brilliant scholar in Greek and Latin. Divine and Divination Power. Died : December 5, 1950, Pondicherry.
  • Sri Aurobindo's view on Youth
  •  About "Youth"  General Meaning.  Real Meaning  Changing Thoughts " Older men declare war. But it is youth that must fight and die." - Herbert Hoover
  • Youth - Future of The Nation The creation of a new spirit in the country.  Builders of the new world.  Not those who follows old formulas.  Transformation of life by the spirit. Young people in any country represent the future of that country.
  •  Youth >> Education  Great Capacities to follow new idea and rules. "The first principle of teaching is that nothing can be taught". - Sri Aurobindo
  •  Conclusion • " The Future belongs to the young. It is a young and new world which is now under process of development and it is the young who must create it..!! " • Shri Aurobindo.