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Swami Vivekananda India’s Emissary To the West

Swami Vivekananda India’s Emissary To the West

Swami Vivekananda India’s Emissary To the West

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Item Code: IHL508
Author: Swami Ranganathananda
Publisher: Vivekananda Kendra Prakashan Trust
Edition: 2004
Pages: 64
Cover: Paperback
Other Details: 8.6 inch X 5.5 inch
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Publisher's Note

The message of Swami Vivekananda has become more relevent these days than ever. The eternal voice of the ancient rishis found a new mould in the clarion call of Swami Vivekananda. Swamiji’s message gives an in- spiring solution to the nagging problems of the human mind. One who studies Swamiji will find a new energy flowing into him opening the flood gates of intense activity. To bring this enlightening and energising message of Swami Vivekananda, Vivekananda Kendra is happy to publish two booklets. The first one:

Swami Vivekananda: India’s Emissary to the West
Swami Ranganaathananda.

The second booklet Swami Vivekananda’s Message to the Modem India contains three articles;

Swami Vivekananda on Education Sri TS. Avinashilingam.

Worship of the God in Man
Swami Gambhirananda.
Self-Renewal in Indian History and Swami Vivekananda
M C. Joshi.

These are the articles authored by the most eminent personalities who absorbed and translated the message of Swami Vivekananda into practical reality. Originally these four articles are the part of Kendra’s prestigious publication `India’s contribution to World Thought and Culture’. These books are economically priced and we hope the reader will find it very useful in understanding Swami Vivekananda’s life and message.

Back of the Back

“Those who keep their eyes open, those who understand the working inn the minds of different nations of the West, those who are thinkers and study the different nations, will find the immense change that has been produced in the tone, the procedure, in the methods, and in the literature of the world by this slow, never-ceasing permeation of Indian thought.

“But there is another peculiarity, as I have already hinted to you. We never preached our thoughts with fire and sword.

Slow and silent, as the gentle dew that falls in the morning, unseen and unheard, yet producing a most tremendous result, has been the work of this calm, patient, all-suffering spiritual race upon the world of thought.”

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