Author: Swami VivekanandaTranslator(s)/ Edito: Swami TapasyanandaPublisher: Advaita AshramYear: 2002Language: EnglishPages: 203ISBN/UPC (if available): 817505090X
A summarized version of some of the lectures and writings of India's patriot-saint.The lectures and writings of Swami Vivekananda, summarized and retold in this book, though devoted mainly to the religion and culture of India, have also a direct bearing on Indian nationalism. They develop a particular theory of nationalism which is in the main opposed to the current ideas of it. These expositions of the ideals of Indian nationalism occur in the replies he gave to the addresses of welcome that were presented to him on return to India, when he traveled from Colombo to Calcutta and from there to the Punjab and Kashmir.
PrefaceIntroductionOn Hinduism at the Parliament of ReligionsOn HinduismVedantismAddress at PambanReal WorshipIndia’s Great Spiritual MenVedanta as the Ideal ReligionThe Path of Progress for IndiaEternal and Changing Phases of religionMission of VedantaMy Plan of CampaignVedanta and its Application to Indian LifeThe work Before usThe Future of IndiaThe Sages of IndiaReply to the Address at CalcuttaThe Vedanta in all its PhasesAddress of welcome at AlmoraThe Common Bases of HinduismThe Religion We are Born inReply to the Madras addressCauses of India’s Downfall and Ways of ReconstructionMy life and MissionWomen of IndiaModern IndiaThe East and the WestThe Great Teachers of the WorldMy Master Hinduism and Sri RamakrishnaPavhari BabaThe Buddha’s MessageOn Lord BuddhaBuddhism the Fulfillment of HinduismChris the MessengerNotes fro Several Discourses and Lectures