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The Master: The Life and Thoughts of Swami Vivekananda

 
Sister Nivedita (Author) Mahendra Kulasrestha (Editor) India Bookvarsity Lotus Choices
Synopsis

India’s awakening in modern times started in nineteenth century and with Swami Vivekananda’s appearance in 1893 at the Parliament of Religious in Chicago, it started influencing in west. Though quite young, the mesmerized America and Europe and walked as a colossus wherever he went. He impressed giants like Max Muller, Paul Deussen and Romail Rolland, taught Yoga and gave call to develop a world religion. His mission was essentially a revolution, which still awaits completion.

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About the author

Mahendra Kulasrestha

Mahendra Kulasrestha, has been the first Editor of the well-known Orient Paperbacks, and has been associated with the Bharatiya Vidya Bhawan, Mumbai; V. Vedic Research Inst., Hoshiarpur, Pb.; Vision Books; Hind Pocket Books; Rajpal and Sons; Indira Gandhi Memorial Trust; HUDCO; DDA; SEWA Delhi, etc. He has edited the much useful Public Concerns Series, and been Consultant Editor of International Books Update. His works include: Japan An Enigma, An anthology of Japanese Literature (Hindi), Tagore Centenary Volume, The Genius of Tagore, Aspects of Indian Culture, world Poetry Number of a Hindu Literary magazine, An Anthology of Hindi Literary magazine, An Anthology of Hindu Short Stories in English, Existence and Other Poems (English translation of Amrita Pritam’s poems), A study of Western philosophers in Hindi, etc.

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Bibliographic information

Title The Master: The Life and Thoughts of Swami Vivekananda
Format Hardcover
Date published: 10.07.2012
Edition 1st ed.
Publisher Lotus Press
Language: English
isbn 9788183822855
length 270p., Illustrations; 23cm.