Item Code: IDH279
by Sister NiveditaPaperback (Edition: 2001)
Size: 6.8" X 4.6"
Pages: 264 (B & W Illus: 3)
Weight of the Book: 185 gms
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Sister Nivedita, known as Margaret Elizabeth Noble in earlier life, was born in Ireland in 1867. After finishing her education, she settled down in England in the teaching profession. During this period, she happened to meet Swami Vivekananda at a London home. Greatly attracted by his teachings, she accepted him as her Master and followed him to India for dedicating herself to the uplift of Indian women.
In the Early part of twentieth century, many of the national leaders of India derived inspiration from her fiery spirit. The Nivedita girls' School, founded by her in Calcutta, stands as a monument to her efforts. She passed away at Darjeeling in 1911.
|The History of Man As Determined By Place||1|
|The History of India and Its Study||6|
|The Cities of Buddhism||25|
|Rajgir: An Ancient Babylon||36|
|The Ancient Abbey Of Ajanta||57|
|The Chinese Pilgrim||133|
|The Relation Between Buddhism and Hinduism||146|
|Elephanta-The Synthesis of Hinduism||158|
|Some Problems of Indian Research||169|
|The Final Recension of The Mahabharata||182|
|The Rise of Vaishnavism Under The Guptas||196|
|The Historical Significance Of The Northern Pilgrimage||206|
|The Old Brahmanical Learning||217|
|The City in Classical Europe: A Visit To Pompeii||236|
|A Study Of Banaras||246|