Naturally, Aurabindo felt the necessity of publishing a paper to rouse the sentiment of the people of Bengal. He published a Bengali weekly "Yugantar" from Calcutta, on 12th March, 1906. The logo of this paper was belief of two religions. Trishul and Chakra as a symbol for Hindu and Sword and Half moon as a symbol for Muslim. The aim of this paper was to propagate directly for open rebellion. This paper used to publicise the ideals of Aurobindo in respect of religion, Complete Independence and construction of new India.
This "paper" circulated movements of the working Class in diffrent countries such as America, Russia and other places which shows the belief in internationalism.
Moreover Aurobindo was also consciousness about the importance of the relation between the two religions, Hindus and Muslims. Yugantar explained the tradition of India as Unity in Diversity. Different people of Yehudi, Persian, Muslim, Christian etc came and took shelter in India. The editorial board constituted with the following members,
Barindra Kumar Ghosh, Upendranath banerjee, Debabrata Basu and Bhupendra Nath Dutta. Among the writers there were Aurobindo Ghosh, Bipin Chandra Pal and Sakharam Ganesh Deoskar.
An English daily named "Bandemataram" came to light on 6th Aug 1906 published by Bipin Chandra Pal. At his request Aurobindo Ghosh became the Assistant editor of Bandemataram. This paper accelerated the movement against Division of Bengal and Swadeshi movement.