Swami Abhedananda, also known as Swami Abhedananda Saraswati, was a well-known spiritual figure, author, and Swami Vivekananda's close follower. He was instrumental in bringing Hindu philosophy and Vedanta teachings to the West. He gave talks on Hinduism, spirituality, and Vedanta philosophy, enthralling audiences with his extensive knowledge and concise style. In 1897, he also founded the Vedanta Society of New York, which is still in operation today and promotes Vedanta principles.
Numerous publications on Vedanta, Hindu philosophy, and spirituality were authored by Swami Abhedananda. He is known for writing books like "The Philosophy of Dreams," "How to Be a Yogi," "Divine Heritage of Man," and "Yoga Psychology." His publications aimed to make difficult spiritual ideas understandable to a broad readership.
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