SWAMI VIVEKANANDA BIOGRAPHY IN BENGALI PDF

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I want to teach you to live the truth, to reveal the light within your own soul.

His popularity opened up new views for expanding on "life and religion to thousands". He founded the Vedanta Society of New York in Beginning in June , Vivekananda gave private lectures to a dozen of his disciples at Thousand Island Park in New York for two months.

In Germany he met Paul Deussen , another Indologist. His success led to a change in mission, namely the establishment of Vedanta centres in the West.

This society still is filled with foreign nationals and is also located in Los Angeles. He called it "Peace retreat", or, Shanti Asrama.

There is also a Vedanta Press in Hollywood which publishes books about Vedanta and English translations of Hindu scriptures and texts. He regularly corresponded with his followers and brother monks, [note 5] offering advice and financial support.

His letters from this period reflect his campaign of social service, [] and were strongly worded. He put forward the same question to Sri Ramkrishna at his residence in Dakshinewar Kali Temple compounds. Without a moment's hesitation, Sri Ramakrishna replied: I see God as clearly as I see you, only in a much deeper sense.

Ramakrishna gradually won over this argumentative young man with his patience and love. The more Narendranath visited Dakshineshwar, the more his questions were answered.

In , Naredranath underwent a considerable financial distress due to the death of his father as he had to support his mother and younger siblings. He asked Ramakrishna to pray to the Goddess for the financial welfare of his family.

That day marked the complete spiritual awakening of Narendranath and he found himself drawn to an ascetic way of life. During the middle of , Ramakrishna, who had been suffering from throat cancer, fell seriously ill. In September , Sri Ramakrishna was moved to Shyampukur in Culcutta, and a few months later Narendranath took a rented villa at Cossipore. Here, he formed a group of young people who were ardent followers of Sri Ramakrishna and together they nursed their Guru with devoted care.

On 16 August , Sri Ramakrishna gave up his mortal body. After the demise of Sri Ramakrishna, around fifteen of his disciples including Narendranath began to live together in a dilapidated building at Baranagar in North Calcutta, which was named Ramakrishna Math, the monastic order of Ramakrishna.

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Here, in , they formally renounced all ties to the world and took vows of monkhood. The brotherhood rechristened themselves and Narendranath emerged as Vivekananda meaning "the bliss of discerning wisdom". He travelled the breadth of the country, absorbing much of the social, cultural and religious aspects of the people he came in contact with. He witnessed the adversities of life that the common people faced, their ailments, and vowed to dedicate his life to bring relief to these suffering.

During the course of his wanderings, he came to know about the World Parliament of Religions being held in Chicago, America in He found assertion of his wishes while he was meditating on the rocks of Kanyakumari, the southernmost tip of India.

He faced insurmountable hardships on his way to Chicago, but his spirits remained as indomitable as ever.

He received a standing ovation from the audience for the opening phrase. As I read this book I understand, being spiritual is not a one time mystic experience; It needs constant devotion and practice in the face of all kinds of worldly struggles poverty, sickness, relationships.

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Sankar did a good job teasing out these aspects and a clear picture of what made Vivekananda the man, a Swami. It's so painful to read about the mental and physical agony that Vivekananda had to go through. For someone who put forth our religion,culture and tradition to the western world,its heart breaking to read that he almost starved to death.

Nowadays, people who call themselves as saints just because they talk philosophies seem to live a rich and luxurious life whereas he lived the way a sa A big Kudos to the author for such an effort to bring out a detailed description of Vivekananda's personal life. Nowadays, people who call themselves as saints just because they talk philosophies seem to live a rich and luxurious life whereas he lived the way a saint should.

Coming back to the book,the author seems to be so fascinated that he describes the history of tea in India just because Vivekananda likes tea. Such things really tests the patience of the reader. If not for this drawback this book would have got a five star from me. A good read for those who follow Vivekananda's ideas and teachings.

The author goes to nuances of his life but ulitmately losing the very purpose of describing the main pictures. The author has no idea of where to start and where to end just like I write this comment. Plethora of unnecessary information irrelevant to the situations are presented. Maintain your self-esteem, and never hurt another's.Ramakrishna , guru of Vivekananda. His well-studied knowledge led him to question the existence of God and for some time he believed in Agnosticism.

On 16 August , Sri Ramakrishna gave up his mortal body. In Germany he met Paul Deussen , another Indologist.

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India Today. Contemporary Hinduism: Indian Independence Movement. Vivekananda blended humour with his teachings, and his language was lucid.

Plethora of unnecessary information irrelevant to the situations are presented.

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