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PDF | On Jan 12, , Desh Raj Sirswal and others published Philosophy of Swami Vivekananda. Vivekananda's life in the end of this book. Works of Swami. The Web version of The Complete Works of Swami Vivekananda is under .. From the high spiritual flights of the Vedanta philosophy, of which the latest It may sound ludicrous to this audience, how a book can be without beginning or end least to hold that those who are miserable in this life will be happy in a future one. 2) life with his master Sri Ramakrsna, and 3) work as a teacher of vedanta philosophy. Childhood and college days. Swami Vivekananda was born in an.

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Swami Vivekananda was the chief disciple of Ramkrishna Paramhamsa. figure in the introduction of Hindu philosophies of Vedanta and Yoga to the “Western” World. YOGA IN DAILY LIFE BY SWAMI SIVANANDA .. Vikas Singh, I have tried to download the book and the PDF loads perfectly from here. Get a summary and review of five of Swami Vivekananda's best works and download the ebooks for free as PDF files. Vedanta Philosophy book to see a form of belief that to most seems so far away and unreal as the Vedanta system, represented by an actually living and extremely intelligent believer. Digitized by Google. Digitized by. Page 2. THE UBRARY. Digitized by Google. Digitized by. Page 3. Page 4. The Wandering Monk. Digitized by Google. Page 5 .

He told that all the religions of the world have the same value and importance.

But each must assimilate the spirit of the others and yet preserve his individuality and grow according to his own law of growth …. Thus, through his universal religion, Vivekananda preached the unity of God. He told that though the paths are different for different religions but the goal is same.

He attached great importance to the unity of all religions and their fusion into one universal religion. Advaita Vedantism[ edit ] Swami Vivekananda was a great lover of Vedantic philosophy. He believed in monism. He had firm faith on one God.

His motto, as reflected earlier, was to establish a link among different religions. He had told that as water of different rivers mingle in the sea, similarly every religion finds itself at the feet of God. He did not see any difference between a Veda or Koran or Bible.

Temple, Mosque and Church were equal for him. He preferred to meditate at any place without any inhibition in his mind. By his personal example he preached monism or Advaita Vedantism. By that he showed his toleration towards every religion. He spoke the message of Vedanta regarding the world unity and to believe shapeless God.

Caste System[ edit ] A striking contrast was noticed in the idea of Vivekananda regarding the caste system. Strangely enough, he supported the Varna system as described in the Vedas. Unfolding the advantages of the caste system, he told that division of labour is a great blessing of this system. It would lead to excellence in any profession.

This division, of course, will lead to a caste on the path of progress.

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However, he also exposed the evils of this system. Untouchability was its worst part. He wanted to curb out this type of dogmatism from the society. Estimate[ edit ] Of course, Vivekananda was criticized for his idea regarding the caste system.

His idea of internationalism was regarded as a platonic utopia. However, criticisms are only for criticisms sake. His synthesis of the materialism and spiritualism is another remarkable feature of his philosophical thought. Thus, he was a great spiritual, nationalist, internationalist and so on. He really brought a reawakening of the Indian culture.

By his sharp intellect and reformative attitude he made Hinduism a progressive force in the world. A rare gem he was in the treasure of Indian wisdom.

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Undoubtedly he dazzled as a shining star in the cultural horizon of India and attracted the attention of the people of the world. Yoga and meditation[ edit ] See also: Swami Vivekananda and meditation Swami Vivekananda compared human mind with a monkey who is always restless and incessantly active by his own nature.

Universalism[ edit ] Although embracing and propagating Universalism, he regarded Hinduism the best of all religions, and Advaita Vedanta the best of what Indian religious thought had to offer.

According to Vivekananda the greatest misfortune of the world is we do not tolerate and accept other religions. In his lecture in Parliament of religions on September 15, , he told a story of a frog who lived in a well for a long time, he was born there and brought up there and he used to think that nothing in the world can be bigger than that.

Below are short reviews and download links to Swami Vivekananda's best work. This e-book comprises all nine volumes of the works of the Swami Vivekananda. What the world had needed was a faith that had no fear of truth And this was given to her, in these words and writings of the Swami Vivekananda. This ebook comprises an address before the graduate philosophical society of Harvard University, March 25, , by the Swami, with an introduction by Charles Carroll Everett , D.

This scan is from the Harvard College Library and digitized by Google. Everett in his introduction writes, "Vivekananda has created a high degree of interest in himself and his work. There are indeed few departments of study more attractive than the Hindu thought. It is a rare pleasure to see a form of belief that to most seems so far away and unreal as the Vedanta system, represented by an actually living and extremely intelligent believer The reality of the One is the truth which the East may well teach us, and we owe a debt of gratitude to Vivekananda that he taught this lesson so effectively.

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The classes were free of charge. Generally, the Swami held two classes daily—morning and evening. Although he delivered many lectures and held numerous classes in the two years and five months he had been in America, these lectures constituted a departure in the way they were recorded. Just prior to the commencement of his Winter —96 season in New York, his friends and supporters aided him by advertising for and ultimately hiring a professional stenographer: Goodwin's transcriptions of the Swami's lectures form the basis of five books.

Green Library in Stanford University, California.

The author offers an explanation:Noxroy Powell. To Vivekananda religion was not only talk or doctrine or theory, but realization of the best and strongest powers within oneself.

Goodwin's transcriptions of the Swami's lectures form the basis of five books. According to Vivekananda we must not only tolerate other religions, but positively embrace them, since the truth is the basis of all religions.

Srinivasa Rao Kundeti. Translated by E.