Swami Vivekananda - India - Vendanta - Hinduism
Direct disciple of Sri Ramakrishna.
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• Black .75” thick frame
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• Hanging hardware included
After Sri Ramakrishna’s Mahasamadhi,
Swami Vivekananda travelled
throughout the length and breadth
of India and came in contact with
every segment of Indian society –
rich and poor, educated and
uneducated, strong and weak.
This first-hand experience gave
him an intimate knowledge and
understanding of the spiritual
moorings of the nation,
the underlying ideals of India.
In 1893, he went to USA, participated
in the World Parliament of Religions
held in Chicago and became a
celebrity overnight. He made a
triumphant return to India in 1897
after preaching Vedanta extensively
in America and Europe.
Soon after, he established the
Ramakrishna Mission with the
twin ideals of “Atmano Mokshartham
Jagad hitaya cha”
i.e. for the freedom of the self and
for the good of the world.
Ramakrishna Mission - founded by Swami Vivekananda:
Sri Sarada Devi: