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His father, Krishna Dhun Ghose, was then Assistant Surgeon of Rangpur in Bengal, and a former member of the Brahmo Samaj religious reform movement who had become enamoured with the then-new idea of evolution while pursuing medical studies in Edinburgh.
She had been sent to the more salubrious surroundings of Calcutta for Aurobindo's birth. Aurobindo had two elder siblings, Benoybhusan and Manmohana younger sister, Sarojini, and a younger brother, Barindrakumar also referred to as Barin. Although his family were Bengalihis father believed British culture to be superior.
He and his two elder siblings were sent to the English-speaking Loreto House boarding school in Darjeelingin part to improve their language skills and in part to distance them from their mother, who had developed a mental illness soon after the birth of her first child.
Darjeeling was a centre of British life in India and the school was run by Irish nuns, through which the boys would have been exposed to Christian religious teachings and symbolism.
To achieve this it was necessary that they study in England and so it was there that the entire family moved in This was a prerequisite for admission to good English schools and, after two years, inthe elder two siblings were enrolled at Manchester Grammar School.
Aurobindo was considered too young for enrolment and he continued his studies with the Drewetts, learning history, Latin, Frenchgeography and arithmetic.
Although the Drewetts were told not to teach religion, the boys inevitably were exposed to Christian teachings and events, which generally bored Aurobindo and sometimes repulsed him.
There was little contact with his father, who wrote only a few letters to his sons while they were in England, but what communication there was indicated that he was becoming less endeared to the British in India than he had been, on one occasion describing the British Raj as a "heartless government".
He also acquired some familiarity with the German and Italian languages and, exposed to the evangelical strictures of Drewett's mother, a distaste for religion. He considered himself at one point to be an atheist but later determined that he was agnostic. This meant that only Aurobindo might fulfil his father's aspirations but to do so when his father lacked money required that he studied hard for a scholarship.
Aurobindo secured a scholarship at King's College, Cambridge, under recommendation of Oscar Browning. He spent the next two years at King's College. Cotton secured for him a place in Baroda State Service and arranged for him to meet the prince. His father died upon hearing this news.
Anushilan Samiti In Baroda, Aurobindo joined the state service inworking first in the Survey and Settlements department, later moving to the Department of Revenue and then to the Secretariat, and much miscellaneous work like teaching grammar and assisting in writing speeches for the Maharaja of Gaekwad until He was later promoted to the post of vice-principal.
He linked up with resistance groups in Bengal and Madhya Pradeshwhile traveling to these states. He established contact with Lokmanya Tilak and Sister Nivedita.
Aurobindo often travelled between Baroda and Bengal, at first in a bid to re-establish links with his parent's families and other Bengali relatives, including his sister Sarojini and brother Barin, and later increased to establish resistance groups across the Presidency. He formally moved to Calcutta in after the announcement of the Partition of Bengal.
Inon a visit to Calcutta, he married year-old Mrinalini, the daughter of Bhupal Chandra Bose, a senior official in government service. Aurobindo was 28 at that time. Mrinalini died seventeen years later in December during the influenza pandemic.
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