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Essays on Swami Vivekananda's Contribution To Indian Culture

  1. Swami Vivekananda
    propagation of the Hindu spiritual culture not only in the Swami's native land, but also in America and in other parts of the world. Swami Vivekananda once spoke...
  2. Swami Vivekananda
    and retreats in the West, he came back to India in the year 1897. Swami Vivekananda, moved by the spirit of America's Declaration of Independence, on July 4, 1898...
  3. Swami Vivekananda
    and Europe. He also established the Vedanta societies in America and England.Swami Vivekananda was born in Calcutta on 12 January 1863 during the Makara Sankranti...
  4. Swami Vivekananda
    and stop not till the goal is reached" (See more quotations in Wikiquote) Signature Swami Vivekananda (Bengali: [ami bibekanno] ( listen), Shmi Bibeknondo; 12...
  5. Impact Of Indian Culture On Work-Ethos
    in the category of countries that have the lowest per capita income? Can Indian Culture, if it also is reinterpreted, act as a saviour and free us from the bondage...
  6. Swami Vivekananda
    source of wisdom and often presented them in the soul-stirring language of poetry. Swami Vivekanandas first lesson started from his mother with the glory of gods...
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  7. Indian Culture And Art
    everything about India is so beautiful and its diverse unique culture adds cherry to the cake. The Indian culture has been the outcome of many absorptions of customs...
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  8. Swami Vivekananda
    Swami Vivekananda Swami Vivekananda (12 January 18634 July 1902), born Narendra Nath Datt was an Indian Hindu monk. He was a key figure in the introduction of...
  9. Swami Vivekananda
    the Indian culture and civilization, and were busy trying to bning about a revulsion against the Indian heritage among the native population. Vivekananda...
  10. Indian Culture
    that contributes to some confusion about the culture of India. Curatorial approach: it attempts to observe, classify and record the diversity of Indian culture in...
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  11. Effect Of Westanization On Indian Culture
    would not either make the society as modern. People are moving away from Indian cultural values, life styles and pattern which are making them western but not modern...
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  12. Indian Culture
    According to Eugene M. Makar, a respected industry consultant, traditional Indian culture is defined by a relatively strict social hierarchy. He also mentions...
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  13. Swami Vivekananda
    a key sponsor of these celebrations. Suddenly the whole country is talking about Swami Vivekananda. News magazines are devoting special issues to him. The streets...
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  14. Swami Vivekananda
    Early Days Swami Vivekananda, or Narendranath Datta, or simply Narendra or Naren as was known during his pre-monastic days, was born to Vishwanath Datta and...
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  15. Cultural Specificities In The History Of Indian Science - Michel Danino
    It was my privilege to meet him on a few occasions, and I am familiar with some of his writings on Indian culture. Professor G.C. Pande struck me as a man obsessed...
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  16. Indian History And Geography
    time zone or time belt, use what is called S tandard Time . Thus we have the Greenwich Mean Time (G.M.T) and the Indian Standard Time (I.S.T). There are five tim...
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  17. Swami Vivekanada
    of Ramakrishna Swami Vivekananda was able to develop his interpretation and extension of Advaita Vedanta from Sankara which forms his predominant contribution to...
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  18. Insia Art And Culture
    Among the most remarkable features of India, is the arts and culture in particular. The Indian culture has persisted through the ages precisely for the reasons of...
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  19. Indian Literature
    form.5 Mulk Raj Anand (1905-2004) has been the most prolific of the trio. His contribution to Indian English fiction of social realism is incontrovertibly great...
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  20. Indian Education-a Critical Analysis
    INDIAN EDUCATION Education as quoted by Swami Vivekananda is manifestation of perfection in man. But when the education system lacks perfection that is expected...
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  21. Swami Vivekananda-The Incessant Hero
    swami vivekananda the incessant hero A project by: Kumar Abhigya 11bme1088 Boundless are the capabilities of human beings. Everything which seems...
  22. Indian Culture
    INDIAN CULTURE OBSOLETE? by Michel Danino Keynote address presented at the Vivekananda Jayanthi Lecture for Youth organized by the Bharateeya Vichara Kendram at...
  23. Cultural And Biological Exchanges In The New World
    of significant importance would have been the horse. A long time symbol of Indian culture, the horse was practically extinct from the western hemisphere. However...
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  24. Swami Vivekanand
    Hinduism at the Parliament of the World's Religions at Chicago in 1893. Swami Vivekananda was born in an aristocratic Bengali family of Calcutta on January 12...
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  25. Contribution Of India In World Peace
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  26. Indian Mythology
    Mythology is one of the richest elements of Indian Culture, which enriches it further and makes it a unique one in the world. Through generations, different stories...
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  27. Culture And Economic Development
    Research Project (CMRP) at the Fletcher School at Tufts, a follow-up to the book Culture Matters (Basic Books, 2000), co-edited by Samuel Huntington and me. Some 65...
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  28. Tecumseh: Defender Of The Native Culture
    He saw the problems that alcohol, brought by white traders, was causing among the Indians, and he knew first hand that the demand for furs in Europe was decreasing...
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  29. Hindu Time Line
    saint, guru of Swami Vivekananda. He exemplifies the bhakti dimension of Shakta Universalism. 1837: Britain formalizes emigration of Indian indentured laborers to...
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  30. Views Of Swami Vivekananda In The Field Of Education.
    man to his spiritual self wherein, he thinks, lies the very purpose of education. Swami Vivekananda (1863 1902), a great thinker and reformer of India, embraces...