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Ramakrishna Vedanta Math
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In this volume the Swami deals with different arrays of thoughts and problems of philosophy and religion, their ups and downs in connection with the ever evolving phases of the human societies, their harmonies and disharmonies, their various distinctive features and characteristics, their additions and alterations, adjustments and readjustments, and also their divergent ways of approaching the ultimate goal. Besides these, his is a clear and unifying vision of a universal ideal that binds the different schools of thoughts, both of philosophy and religion of the world into a synthetic unity of love and brotherhood.
About the Author
He is an apostle of Sri Ramakrishna Born October 2,1866-spent his early life among the brotherhood in Barangar monastery near Calcutta in severe austerity Travelled barefooted all over India from 1888-1895-Went to London at her call of Swami Vivekananda in 1896-Acquainted with many distinguished savants including Prof. Max Mueller and Prof. Deussen in New York and took charge of the Vedanta Society in 1897- become acquainted with Prof. William James and the Prof. Of Columbia-Travelled extensively all through the United States, Canada, Alaska and Mexico-Made frequent trips to Europe delivering lectures in different parts of the Continent-Crossed the Atlantic seventeen times-Was appreciated very much for hisprofundity of scholarship, intellectual brilliance, oratorical talents, charming personality and nobility of character-Made a short visit to Indian in 1906- Returned to America -came back to India finally in 1921- On his way home joined the Educational conference Honolulu- Visited Japan, China, Singapore, -started on a long tour and went as far as Tibet in 1922-Established centres at Calcutta and Darjeeling-Left his mortal frame on September8, 1939.
|Chapter 1||Vedanta Philosophy||1-12|
|Chapter 2||Practical Vedantism||13-21|
|Chapter 3||Is Vedanta Pantheistic||22-28|
|Chapter 4||Ideal of Vedanta and How to Attain to It||29-37|
|Chapter 5||Vedanta in Daily life||38-49|
|Chapter 6||Ethics of Vedanta||50-60|
|Chapter 7||True Basis of Morality||61-66|
|Chapter 8||Vedanta Towards Religion||67-76|
|Chapter 9||Religion of Vedanta||77-89|
|Chapter 10||Theory and Practice of Vedantic Religion||90-99|
|Chapter 11||Evolution and Religion||100-110|
|Chapter 12||The Necessity of Religion||111-119|
|Chapter 13||Aim of True Religion||120-129|
|Chapter 14||Unity in Variety of Religion||130-139|
|Chapter 15||Universality of the Vedantic Religion||140-160|
|Chapter 16||Ideal of Universal Religion||161-176|
|Chapter 17||Steps towards Realization||171-181|
|Appendix||The Vedantic Truth||187-189|