Bhavani Bharati is a short Sanskrit poem written by Sri Aurobindo sometime between 1904 and 1908. This is the only poem which Sri Aurobindo wrote in Sanskrit. It is patriotic in nature and contains 99 verses in three different meters of Trishtubh group (Indravajra, Upendravajra and Upajati). The poem was untitled when Sri Aurobindo wrote it. Sri Aurobindo after writing this poem did not get a chance to see it again; for it was confiscated by the Calcutta Police in May 1908 when he was imprisoned. In the year 1985 Sri Aurobindo Ashram recovered and published it with the appropriate name Bhavani Bharati.