Swami Vivekananda ,the greatest monk of India.

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Hello Namaste hola friends, today I bring you a topic about a personality,who had built a bridge of brotherhood among the nations of the world for the establishment of unity, humanity and world peace when our world was in the grab of war and cruelties . He was none other than the great soul's of India Swami Vivekananda .

Swami Vibekananda was one of the greatest philoshaper of India. His real name was Narendranath Biswanath Datta. But after being the decipline of Guru Ramkrisna Paramhansa in1887 ,he was known as swami Vibekananda. His guru Ramkrisna Paramhansa was a very simple person, he lived a life in a very simple way ,by preaching Hindu religion in a very simple and easy process. This simplicity of the great saint Ramakisna Paramhansa influenced deeply to Narendra .He became the student of the great saint.

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By influening the teachings of Paramhansa, the most meritious students of kolkatta university had become a saint. He had devoted his whole life to grow nationalism among the people of India. By the establishment of Ramkrisna mission, he began to preach the truth and utmost truth of Hindu religion.

Swami Vibekananda was that personality, who wanted to grow the feelings of patriotism among the people of India. Due to unbritish rule ,Indian people had been suffering a lot during this period , so our great soul wanted to grow confidence among the people of India .He had devoted his whole life for the development and progress of Indian religion .

He was one of the greatest monk, who had delivered a lecture at Chicago world religious parliament ,in the year of 1893.He offered the message of spirituality the glory of ancient Indian tradition of" Badant,"and brotherhood among the peoples of America and the world.

I would like to conclude with the greatest lessons of Swami Vibekananda ,which was delivered by him at the world parliament of religions, in 11th of September 1893.

"I am proud to belong to a religion, which has taught me the world both tolerance and universal acceptance. We believe not only in universal toleration, but we accept all religions as true. "

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I look up to personalities like Swami Vivekananda, A.P>J. Abdul Kalam, Mother Teresa from my bottom of my heart.

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Thanks for your great share. My pleasure to share about him.

He is a great person

He was great personality because he made lot's of efforts for India Swami Vibekananda Like peoples are present in minute quantity in the world thanks @maya7 for this post

It's really too bad that he died so young. At least he left us with some of the definitive texts on the major yogas and sadhana. If anyone is interested in the spiritual life Swami Vivekananda is required reading.

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Thanks for sharing your thoughts, though he died early, but his works made him immortal forever.

Thanks for sharing this informative post with us and yes every great person left something great treasure to learn and to grasp it everyday in day to day life, but in my opinion nowadays days most of the people just talk about the history but only limited people intake the great inputs in their life. Great to read this post and it's great to see that, our Indian community is posting some great content on Steemit Platform. Keep up the great work and wishing you an great day. Stay blessed. 🙂

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Thanks for stopping by, it's my great pleasure to share such a great soul. You are absolutely right, he is our asset of humanity. Sorry for delay to reply.

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Welcome and no problem. 🙂

His life and personality still inspires me.

Thanks for writing about him!

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Thanks for stopping by, it's my pleasure to share about such a great soul.

There is a great video I watched about him which described why he died early. An ant has less consciousness than a human and thus the body of an ant is enough for it. As consciousness and intelligence rises, living beings get higher and higher bodies (or yonis). Swami Vivekananda became so spiritually elevated that his consciousness could not fit in the human body. Thus he died in his 30s.