Swami Vivekananda – Greetings to Swami Vivekananda on the occasion of Memorial Day
Swami Vivekananda – Vivekananda was born on 12 January 1863 in Calcutta to a well-to-do and traditional family.
Swami Vivekananda – Vivekananda’s grandfather was devout, his father was an agnostic, and his mother was devout; Vivekananda himself was an intellectual.
From literature to music, many rituals were transmitted to the offspring through listening in this house.
Swami Vivekananda – Vivekananda had acquired a kind of maturity and ingenuity in his childhood.
He was engrossed in listening to and participating in the discussions and poetry readings in his father’s living room. His schooling was being disrupted by his father’s migration.
Vivekananda had an insatiable desire for knowledge; But the degree was not very interesting.
He dropped out of the formal curriculum. He practiced Ajanma and Akhand Gyansadhana, in his student days he had read Gita, Upanishads, Dhammapada.
Parts of the Vedas were translated into English.
Swami Vivekananda – Vivekananda had a lot of understanding. What does the meaning of life depend on?
Does the existence of a successful life depend on the existence of God? He spent many years of his life trying to find an answer to this question.
In his youth, his mind had become the idol of Kurukshetra. A confluence of intellect and emotion continues in this area.
There were two conflicting aspirations for dominance. Vivekananda sometimes felt the allure of a prosperous life, and sometimes he had a longing for boredom.
Science gives people the strength to live, but religion gives meaning to life. This religion should also be glorified.
For this, it was decided to organize an interfaith conference. Dnyaneshwar of the country was invited for this conference.
Hindus in India were also appealed. It was a revelation. Swami Vivekananda – Swamiji wanted us to be present in all these Dharma Parishads.
With the help of his compatriots, Swami Vivekananda – Swamiji left for the Yatra with blessings.
This council d. Filled on September 11, 1893. It lasted for seventeen days. Dr. Annie Bezant was also present at the conference.
Dharmapala, Gandhi, Chakravarti, Mujumdar were some of the Indian delegates to the council. All of them were wise, learned, able exponents and philosophers.
There was curiosity in everyone’s eyes; there was curiosity; Was expected. One by one, many such religious representatives came to the fore and were greeted with applause.
Swami Vivekananda – Swamiji was one of the many. But then he became the only one.
Impressed by his personality, eloquence, and linguistics, he explained the inclusiveness and tolerance of all-encompassing Hindu philosophy to the audience.
In his lecture on the last day, he hoped that such a world religion would emerge in time.
Swami Vivekananda – Swamiji was mostly in America and for a while in England.
There he gave lectures on various topics such as Raja Yoga, Karma Yoga, Bhakti Yoga, Jnana Yoga, Ramayana, Mahabharata, Indian women’s life, Indian education system.
Through this lecture, the world came to know India. It was said with admiration that the sun never sets on the English kingdom;
But the English were also amazed to see the sun of Indian culture that never sets in the form of Swami Vivekananda – Vivekananda.
Swami pointed out that all the religions of the world have made valuable contributions.
Swami Vivekananda – Vivekananda proposed to make this world happy by living in one’s own religion and respecting other religions.
In his lecture on the last day, he expressed the hope that such a cosmopolitan religion would emerge.
Swami Vivekananda – Vivekananda is one who agrees with all, learns from all and teaches all!
He completed the Mahabharata of his life in less than forty years.
At every turn in his life a miracle happened and unimaginable and supernatural changes took place in his life.
He received the grace of Ramakrishna and became a sage instead of a Pandit. He ascended the Dharmapeeth of Chicago.
In 1898, he visited Amarnath in the Himalayas and became introverted and self-absorbed. The thought of taking a leap towards infinity began to come to mind.
On July 4, 1902, at the age of forty, Swamiji took to the skies of Kaivalya, placing his sandalwood-like body on the surface of the motherland.
Suvarna naik Nimbalkar