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SWAMY VIVEKANANDA. BY- JYOTHI SINGH. Contents [hide] 1 Early life (1863–1888) 1.1 Birth and childhood 1.2 College and Brahmo Samaj = 1.3 With Ramakrishna 1.4 Founding of the Ramakrishna Math 2 As a wandering monk in India (1888–1893) 2.1 Northern India 2.2 The Himalayas

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SWAMY VIVEKANANDA

BY- JYOTHI SINGH

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Contents [hide]

1 Early life (1863–1888)

1.1 Birth and childhood

1.2 College and BrahmoSamaj=

1.3 With Ramakrishna

1.4 Founding of the Ramakrishna Math

2 As a wandering monk in India (1888–1893)

2.1 Northern India

2.2 The Himalayas

2.3 Rajputana

2.4 Western India

2.5 Southern India

3 Visit to Japan (1893)

4 First visit to the West (1893–1897)

4.1 Parliament of the Wo

rld's Religions

4.2 Lecturing tours in America and England

5 Back in India (1897–1899)

5.1 Colombo to Almora

5.2 Founding of the Ramakrishna Mission

5.3 Visit to Punjab

6 Second visit to the West and last years (1899–1902)

7 Death

8 Teachings and philosophy

9 Influence

10 Works

10.1 Books by Swami Vivekananda

11 See also

12 References

12.1 Notes

12.2 Citations

12.3 Bibliography

13 External links

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'it was felt that the philosophy of Swamiji and the ideals for which he lived and worked could be a great source of inspiration for the Indian Youth.''

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Narendra's meeting with Ramakrishna in November 1881 proved to be a turning point in Narendra'slife
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Birth place of NarendranathDatta (Swami Vivekananda) in Kolkata, India, now it is maintained by the Ramakrishna Mission.

Gour Mohan Mukherjee street, Kolkata

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This image was taken on 30 January 1887 In Baranagar Math, Kolkata. Photographer is unknown. This group photo depicts Swami Vivekananda with other disciples of Ramakrishna.

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Swami Vivekananda on the platform of the Parliament of Religions September 1893. On the platform (left to right) Virchand Gandhi, Dharmapala, Swami Vivekananda[81]

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To commemorate the 150th birth anniversary of Swami Vivekananda, Ramakrishna Mission is organizing various projects' for integrated child development, for the improvement of children's health by eliminating malnutrition, for empowerment of women, and for alleviating poverty. Besides, the Mission will distribute books on the message of Swami Vivekananda to various libraries and will hold national and international seminars in various places on Swamiji's contribution to Indian and international cultures. The Mission is also planning to produce films on Swami Vivekananda.

Prime Minister DrManmohan Singh formally inaugurated the projects on 12 January 2011 at 4 pm. at the VigyanBhavan in New Delhi.

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Swami Vivekananda at Chennai in 1897, after the first tour of the West.

Seated on floor:(second) BiligiriIyengar; (fourth) M. C. NanjundaRao.

Seated in chairs: Tarapada, Shivananda, Vivekananda, Niranjananada, Sadananda.

Standing: AlasingaPerumal (first), J.J. Goodwin (second), M.N. Banerjee (third).

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Swami Vivekananda at Chennai in 1897, after the first tour of the West.

Seated on floor:(second) BiligiriIyengar; (fourth) M. C. Nanjunda Rao.

Seated in chairs: Tarapada, Shivananda, Vivekananda, Niranjananada, Sadananda.

Standing: AlasingaPerumal (first), J.J. Goodwin (second), M.N. Banerjee (third).

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AdvaitaAshrama, Mayavati, a branch of the Ramakrishna Math, founded on March 19, 1899. Near Lohaghat, 22 km from Champawat in Champawat district, Uttarakhand. Image courtesy, Soumya IITC

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VivekanandarIllam (or Vivekananda House) is a structure in Chennai, India. This is remembered as the place where Swami Vivekananda stayed for nine days when he visited Chennai in 1897. VivekanandarIllam now houses a permanent exhibition on Swami Vivekananda set up by the Chennai branch of the Ramakrishna Math.

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This is a manuscript of an English poetry written by Swami Vivekananda (1863-1902).

The full poetry is:

The mother's heart, the hero's will,

The sweetness of the southern breeze,

The sacred charm and strength that dwell

On Aryan altars, flaming, free;

All these be yours, and many more

No ancient soul could dream before --

Be thou to India's future son

The mistress, servant, friend in one.

With the blessings of Vivekananda

Marie Louise Burke

Born 1911

USA [1]

Died 2004

Nationality American

Other names Sister Gargi

Occupation Nun, Writer, Researcher

Known for Research on Swami Vivekananda.