Abhedananda in India in 1906

Abhedananda in India in 1906

written by Swami Abhedananda, 1866-1939 (Kolkata, West Bengal: Ramakrishna Order, 1996, originally published 1968), 281 page(s)

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Abstract / Summary
Swami Abhedananda went to the West at the clarion call of his beloved spiritual brother, Swami Vivekananda, for spiritual ministration from which he continued for over a quarter of a century. He paid a short visit to India, his motherland, in 1906 after a hard toil of ten years in the West and for seven months he made an extensive tour throughout India, from Colombo to Calcutta and from Calcutta to Bombay. This book contains the various lectures, welcome addresses, and their replies by Swami Abhedananda during the said period of his short visit to India in the year 1906.
Field of Interest
Religion & Thought
Author
Swami Abhedananda, 1866-1939
Content Type
General reference book
Format
Text
Original Publication Date
1968
Page Count
281
Publication Year
1996
Publisher
Ramakrishna Order
Place Published / Released
Kolkata, West Bengal
Subject
Religion & Thought, Social Sciences, Community, Spirituality, Belief Systems, المجتمع, Umma, Jama'a, Communauté, Gemeinde, קְהִלָה, Comunidade, Comunidad, الروحانية, Spiritualité, Geistigkeit, רוּחָנִיוּת, Espiritualidad, Espiritualidade, Systèmes de croyances, النظم العقائدية, Glaubenssysteme, מערכות אמונה, Sistema de Creencias, Sistema de Crenças, Ramakrishna Order, Swami Vivekananda, 1863-1902, Vedanta, Hindu, Social Views, Hinduism, Spiritual Direction & Development, Sri Lankan, Indians (Asian)
Keywords and Translated Subjects
المجتمع, Umma, Jama'a, Communauté, Gemeinde, קְהִלָה, Comunidade, Comunidad, الروحانية, Spiritualité, Geistigkeit, רוּחָנִיוּת, Espiritualidad, Espiritualidade, Systèmes de croyances, النظم العقائدية, Glaubenssysteme, מערכות אמונה, Sistema de Creencias, Sistema de Crenças

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