Swami vivekananda thoughts
2.1 Varies with device
Swami Vivekananda
(12 January 1863–4
July 1902), born
Narendra Nath Datta,
was an Indian Hindu
monk. He was a key
figure in the
introduction of
Indian philosophies
of Vedanta and Yoga
to the western
world and was
credited with raising
awareness, bringing
Hinduism to the
status of a major
world religion in the
late 19th century. He
was a major force in
the revival of
Hinduism in India
and contributed to
the notion of
nationalism in
colonial India. He
was the chief
disciple of the 19th
century saint
Ramakrishna and
the founder of the
Ramakrishna Math
and the
Mission. He is
perhaps best known
for his inspiring
speech beginning
with "Sisters and
Brothers of
America," through
which he introduced
Hinduism at the
Parliament of the
World's Religions in
Chicago in 1893.

Content rating: UnratedWarning – content has not yet been rated. Unrated apps may potentially contain content appropriate for mature audiences only.

Requires OS: 2.0 and up

...more ...less