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The complete works of Swami Vivekananda
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The complete works of Swami Vivekananda
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  • v.2. Work and Its Secret -- The Powers of the Mind -- Hints on Practical Spirituality -- Bhakti or Devotion -- Jnana-Yoga. The Necessity of Religion ; The Real Nature of Man ; Maya and Illusion ; Maya and the Evolution of the Conception of God ; Maya and Freedom ; The Absolute and Manifestation ; God in Everything ; Realisation ; Unity in Diversity ;The Freedom of the Soul ; The Cosmos: The Macrocosm, The Microcosm ;Immortality ; The Atman ; The Atman: Its Bondage and Freedom ; The Real and the Apparent Man -- Practical Vedanta and Other Lectures. Practical Vedanta: Part I, Part II, Part III, Part IV -- The Way to the Realisation of a Universal Religion -- The Ideal of a Universal Religion -- The Open Secret -- The Way to Blessedness -- Yajnavalkya and Maitreyi -- Soul, Nature, and God -- Cosmology -- A Study of the Sankhya Philosophy -- Sankhya and Vedanta -- The Goal -- Reports in America Newspapers. Divinity of Man ; Swami Vivekananda on India ; Religious Harmony ; From Far Off India ; An Evening with Our Hindu Cousins ; The Manners and Customs of India ; The Religions of India ; Sects and Doctrines in India ; Less Doctrine and More Bread ; The Religion of Buddha ; All Religions are Good ; The Hindu View of Life ; Ideals of Womanhood ; True Buddhism ; India's Gift to the World ; Child Widows of India ; Some Customs of the Hindus -- Index
  • v.3. Lectures and Discourses. Unity, The goal of Religion ; The Free soul ; One Existence Appearing as Many -- Bhakti-Yoga. Definition of Bhakti ; The Philosophy of Ishvara ; Spiritual Realisation, The Aim of Bhakti-Yoga ; The Need of Guru ; Qualifications of the Aspirant and the Teacher ; Incarnate Teachers and Incarnation ; The Mantra: OM: Word and Wisdom ; Worship of Substitutes and Images ; The Chosen Ideal ; The Method and the Means -- Para-Bhakti or Supreme Devotion. The Preparatory Renunciation ; The Bhakta's Renunciation Results from Love ; The Naturalness of Bhakti-Yoga and its Central Secret ; The Forms of Love-Manifestation ; Universal Love and How it Leads to Self-Surrender ; The Higher Knowledge and the Higher Love are One to the True Lover ; The Triangle of Love ; The God of Love is His Own Proof ; Human Representations of the Divine Ideal of Love ; Conclusion -- Lectures From Colombo to Almora. First Public Lecture in the East (Colombo) ; Vedantism ; Reply to the Address of Welcome at Pamban ; Address at the Rameswaram Temple on Real Worship ; Reply to the Address of Welcome at Ramnad ; Reply to the Address of Welcome at Paramakudi ; Reply to the Address of Welcome at Shivaganga and Manamadura ; Reply to the Address of Welcome at Madura ; The Mission of the Vedanta ; Reply to the Address of Welcome at Madras ; My Plan of Campaign ; Vedanta in its Application to Indian Life ; The Sages of India ; The Work Before Us ; The Future of India ; On Charity ; Address of Welcome Presented at Calcutta and Reply ; The Vedanta in All its Phases ; Address of Welcome at Almora and Reply ; Vedic Teaching in Theory and Practice ; Bhakti ; The Common Bases of Hinduism ; Bhakti ; The Vedanta ; Vedantism ; The Influence of Indian Spiritual Thought in England ; Sannyasa: Its Ideal and Practice ; What Have I Learnt? ; The Religion We Are Born In -- Reports in American Newspapers. India: Her Religion and Customs ; Hindus at the Fair ; At the Parliament of Religions ; Personal Traits ; Reincarnation ; Hindu Civilization ; An Interesting Lecture ; The Hindoo Religion ; The Hindoo Monk ; Plea for Tolerance ; Manners and Customs in India ; Hindoo Philosophy ; Miracles ;The Divinity of Man ; The Love of God ; The Women of India -- Buddhistic India -- Index
  • v.4. Addresses on Bhakti-Yoga. The Preparation ; The First Steps ; The Teacher of Spirituality ; The Need of Symbols ; The Chief Symbols ; The Ishta -- Lectures and Discourses. The Ramayana ; The Mahabharata ; Thoughts on the Gita ; The Story of Jada Bharata ; The Story of Prahlada ; The Great Teachers of the World ; On Lord Buddha ; Christ, The Messenger ; My Master ; Indian Religious Thought ; The Basis for Psychic or Spiritual Research ; On Art in India ; Is India a Benighted Country? ; The Claims of Religion ; Concentration ; Mediation ; The Practice of Religion -- Writings: Prose and Poems Prose. Is the Soul Immortal? ; Reincarnation ; On Dr. Paul Deussen ; On Professor Max Müller ; Sketch on the Life of Pavhari Baba ; Aryans and Tamilians ; The Social Conference Address ; India's Message to the World ; Stray Remarks on Theosophy ; Reply to the Address of the Maharaja of Khetri ; Reply to the Madras Address ; A Message of Sympathy to a Friend ; What We Believe In ; Our Duty to the Masses ; Reply to the Calcutta Address ; To My Brave Boys ; A Plan of Work for India ; Fundamentals of Religion -- Poems. Kali the Mother ; Angels Unawares, I-III ; To the Awakened India ; Requiescat in Pace ; Hold On Yet a While, Brave Heart ; Nirvanashatkam, or Six Stanzas on Nirvana ; The Song of the Sannyasin ; Peace -- Translation of Writings: Prose & Poems Prose. The Problem of Modern India and Its Solution ; Ramakrishna, His Life and Sayings ; The Paris Congress of the History of Religions ; Knowledge: Its Source and Acquirement ; Modern India ; The Education That India Needs ; Our Present Social Problems -- Poems. To a Friend ; They Hymn of Creation ; The Hymn of Samadhi ; A Hymn to the Divine Mother ; A Hymn to Shiva ; A Hymn to the Divinity of Shri Ramakrishna ; "And Let Shyama Dance There" ; A Song I Sing to Thee -- Index
  • v.5. Epistles-First Series -- Interviews. Miracles ; An Indian Yogi in London ; India's Mission ; India and England ; Indian Missionary's Mission to England ; With the Swami Vivekananda at Madura ; The Abroad and the Problems at Home ; The Missionary Work of the First Hindu Sannyasin to the West and His Plan of Regeneration of India ; Reawakening of Hinduism on a National Basis ; On Indian Women - There Past, Present, and Future ; On the Bounds of Hinduism -- Notes From Lectures and Discourses. On Karma-Yoga ; On Fanaticism ; Work is Worship ; Work Without Motive ; Sadhanas or Preparations for Higher Life ; The Cosmos and the Self ; Who is a Real Guru? ; On Art ;On Language ; The Sannyasin ;The Sannyasin and the Householder ; The Evils of Adhikarivada ; On Bhakti-Yoga ; Ishvara and Brahman ; On Jnana-Yoga ; The Cause of Illusion ; Evolution ; Buddhism and Vedanta ; On the Vedanta Philosophy ; Law and Freedom ; The Goal and Methods of Realisation ; World-Wide Unity ; The Aim of Raja-Yoga -- Questions and Answers. I. Discussion at the Graduate Philosophical Society of Harvard University ; II. At the Twentieth Century Club of Boston ; III. At the Brooklyn Ethical Society, Brooklyn ; IV. Selections From Math Diary ; V. Yoga, Vairagya, Tapasya, Love ; VI. In Answer to Nivedita ; VII. Guru, Avatara, Yoga, Japa, Seva -- Conversations and Dialogues (Recorded by Disciples - Translated). I. Shri Surendra Nath Das Gupta ; II-V. Shri Surendra Nath Sen ; VI-X. Shri Priya Nath Sinha ; XI-XV. From the Diary of a Disciple, Shri Sharat Chandra Chakravarty -- Sayings and Utterances -- Writings: Prose and Poems (Original and Translated). Reason, Faith, and Love ; Six Sanskrit Mottoes ; The Message of Divine Wisdom. I.Bondage , II. The Law, III. The Absolute and The Attainment of Freedom ; The Bulur Math: An Appeal ; The Advaita Ashrama, Himalayas ; The Ramakrishna Home of Service, Varanasi: An Appeal ; Who Knows How Mother Plays! ; To the Fourth of July ; The East and the West -- Index
  • v.6. Lectures and Discourses. The Methods and Purpose of Religion ; The Nature of the Soul and Its Goal ; The Importance of Psychology ; Nature and Man ; Concentration and Breathing ; Introduction to Jnana-Yoga ; The Vedanta Philosophy and Christianity ; Worshipper and Worshipped ; Formal Worship ; Divine Love -- Notes of Class Talks and Lectures. Religion and Science ; Religion is Realisation ; Religion is Self-Abnegation ; Unselfish Work is True Renunciation ; Freedom of the Self ; Notes on Vedanta ; Hindue and Greek ; Thoughts on the Vedas and Upanishads ; On Raja-Yoga ; On Bhakti-Yoga ; On Jnana-Yoga ; The Reality and Shadow ; How To Become Free ; Soul and God ; The Goal ; On Proof of Religion ; The Design Theory ; Spirit and Nature ;The Practice of Religion ; Fragmentary Notes on the Ramayana ; Notes Taken Down in Madras, 1892-93 ; Concentration ; The Power of the Mind ; Lessons on Raja-Yoga ; Lessons on Bhakti-Yoga ; Mother-Worship ; Narada-Bhakti-Sutras -- Writings: Prose and Poems (Original and Translated). Historical Evolution of India ; The Story of the Boy Gopala ; My Play is Done ; The Cup ; A Benediction ; The Hymn of Creation ; On The Sea's Bosom ; Hinduism and Shri Ramakrishna ; The Bengali Language ; Matter for Serious Thought ; Shiva's Demon -- Epistles (Second Series) I-CLXVIII -- Conversations and Dialogues. I-XIII (from the Diary of a Disciple) -- Index
  • v.7. Inspired Talks -- Conversations and Dialogues. I-XXIX (From the Diary of a Disciple) ; XXX-XXXI (Shri Priya Nath Sinha) ; XXXII (Mrs. Wright) ; XXXIII (The Appeal-Avalanche) ; XXXIV (The Detroit Free Press) ; XXXV (The Detroit Tribune) -- Translation of Writings. Memoirs of European Travel -- Notes of Class Talks and Lectures. On Art ; On Music ; On Mantra and Mantra-Chaitanya ; On Conceptions of Godhead ; On Food ; On Sannyasa and Family Life ; On Questioning the Competency of the Guru ; Shri Ramakrishna: The Significance of His Life and Teachings ; On Shri Ramakrishna and His Views ; Shri Ramakrishna: The Nations' Ideal ; Mercenaries in Religion ; The Destiny of Man ; Reincarnation ; Comparative Theology ; Buddhism, the Religion of the Light of Asia ; The Science of Yoga -- Epistles (Third Series) I-LIII -- Index
  • v.8. Lectures and Discourses. Discourses on Jnana-Yoga ; Six Lessons on Raja-Yoga ; Women of India ; My Life and Mission ; Buddha's Message to the World ; Discipleship ; Is Vedanta the Future Religion? -- Writings: Prose and Poems. (Original and translated) -- Prose. Struggle for Expansion ; The Birth of Religion ; Four Paths of Yoga ; Cyclic Rest and Chance ; A Preface to the Imitation of Christ -- Poems. An Interesting Corespondence ; Thou Blessed Dream ; Light ; The Living God ; To an Early Violet ; To My Own Soul ; The Dance of Shiva ; Shiva in Ecstasy ; To Shri Krishna ; A Hymn to Shri Ramakrishna ; No One to Blame -- Notes of Class Talks and Lectures. Motes of Class Talks ; Man the Maker of His Destiny ; God: Personal and Impersonal ; The Divine Incarnation or Avatara ; Pranayama ; Women of the East ; Congress of Religious Unity ; The Love of God I ; The Love of God II ; India ; Hindus and Christians ; Christianity in India ; The Religion of Love ; Jnana and Karma ; The Claims of Vedanta on the Modern World ; The Laws of Life and Death ; The Reality and the Shadow ; Way to Salvation ; The People of India ; I Am Tha I Am ; Unity ; The Worship of the Divine Mother ; The Essence of Religion -- Sayings and Utterances -- Epistles (Fourth Series) -- Index
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21 cm
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1st subsidized ed.
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7 volumes
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9788185301464
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Label
The complete works of Swami Vivekananda
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"Mayavati memorial edition"
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and indexes
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Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
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Content category
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Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • v.2. Work and Its Secret -- The Powers of the Mind -- Hints on Practical Spirituality -- Bhakti or Devotion -- Jnana-Yoga. The Necessity of Religion ; The Real Nature of Man ; Maya and Illusion ; Maya and the Evolution of the Conception of God ; Maya and Freedom ; The Absolute and Manifestation ; God in Everything ; Realisation ; Unity in Diversity ;The Freedom of the Soul ; The Cosmos: The Macrocosm, The Microcosm ;Immortality ; The Atman ; The Atman: Its Bondage and Freedom ; The Real and the Apparent Man -- Practical Vedanta and Other Lectures. Practical Vedanta: Part I, Part II, Part III, Part IV -- The Way to the Realisation of a Universal Religion -- The Ideal of a Universal Religion -- The Open Secret -- The Way to Blessedness -- Yajnavalkya and Maitreyi -- Soul, Nature, and God -- Cosmology -- A Study of the Sankhya Philosophy -- Sankhya and Vedanta -- The Goal -- Reports in America Newspapers. Divinity of Man ; Swami Vivekananda on India ; Religious Harmony ; From Far Off India ; An Evening with Our Hindu Cousins ; The Manners and Customs of India ; The Religions of India ; Sects and Doctrines in India ; Less Doctrine and More Bread ; The Religion of Buddha ; All Religions are Good ; The Hindu View of Life ; Ideals of Womanhood ; True Buddhism ; India's Gift to the World ; Child Widows of India ; Some Customs of the Hindus -- Index
  • v.3. Lectures and Discourses. Unity, The goal of Religion ; The Free soul ; One Existence Appearing as Many -- Bhakti-Yoga. Definition of Bhakti ; The Philosophy of Ishvara ; Spiritual Realisation, The Aim of Bhakti-Yoga ; The Need of Guru ; Qualifications of the Aspirant and the Teacher ; Incarnate Teachers and Incarnation ; The Mantra: OM: Word and Wisdom ; Worship of Substitutes and Images ; The Chosen Ideal ; The Method and the Means -- Para-Bhakti or Supreme Devotion. The Preparatory Renunciation ; The Bhakta's Renunciation Results from Love ; The Naturalness of Bhakti-Yoga and its Central Secret ; The Forms of Love-Manifestation ; Universal Love and How it Leads to Self-Surrender ; The Higher Knowledge and the Higher Love are One to the True Lover ; The Triangle of Love ; The God of Love is His Own Proof ; Human Representations of the Divine Ideal of Love ; Conclusion -- Lectures From Colombo to Almora. First Public Lecture in the East (Colombo) ; Vedantism ; Reply to the Address of Welcome at Pamban ; Address at the Rameswaram Temple on Real Worship ; Reply to the Address of Welcome at Ramnad ; Reply to the Address of Welcome at Paramakudi ; Reply to the Address of Welcome at Shivaganga and Manamadura ; Reply to the Address of Welcome at Madura ; The Mission of the Vedanta ; Reply to the Address of Welcome at Madras ; My Plan of Campaign ; Vedanta in its Application to Indian Life ; The Sages of India ; The Work Before Us ; The Future of India ; On Charity ; Address of Welcome Presented at Calcutta and Reply ; The Vedanta in All its Phases ; Address of Welcome at Almora and Reply ; Vedic Teaching in Theory and Practice ; Bhakti ; The Common Bases of Hinduism ; Bhakti ; The Vedanta ; Vedantism ; The Influence of Indian Spiritual Thought in England ; Sannyasa: Its Ideal and Practice ; What Have I Learnt? ; The Religion We Are Born In -- Reports in American Newspapers. India: Her Religion and Customs ; Hindus at the Fair ; At the Parliament of Religions ; Personal Traits ; Reincarnation ; Hindu Civilization ; An Interesting Lecture ; The Hindoo Religion ; The Hindoo Monk ; Plea for Tolerance ; Manners and Customs in India ; Hindoo Philosophy ; Miracles ;The Divinity of Man ; The Love of God ; The Women of India -- Buddhistic India -- Index
  • v.4. Addresses on Bhakti-Yoga. The Preparation ; The First Steps ; The Teacher of Spirituality ; The Need of Symbols ; The Chief Symbols ; The Ishta -- Lectures and Discourses. The Ramayana ; The Mahabharata ; Thoughts on the Gita ; The Story of Jada Bharata ; The Story of Prahlada ; The Great Teachers of the World ; On Lord Buddha ; Christ, The Messenger ; My Master ; Indian Religious Thought ; The Basis for Psychic or Spiritual Research ; On Art in India ; Is India a Benighted Country? ; The Claims of Religion ; Concentration ; Mediation ; The Practice of Religion -- Writings: Prose and Poems Prose. Is the Soul Immortal? ; Reincarnation ; On Dr. Paul Deussen ; On Professor Max Müller ; Sketch on the Life of Pavhari Baba ; Aryans and Tamilians ; The Social Conference Address ; India's Message to the World ; Stray Remarks on Theosophy ; Reply to the Address of the Maharaja of Khetri ; Reply to the Madras Address ; A Message of Sympathy to a Friend ; What We Believe In ; Our Duty to the Masses ; Reply to the Calcutta Address ; To My Brave Boys ; A Plan of Work for India ; Fundamentals of Religion -- Poems. Kali the Mother ; Angels Unawares, I-III ; To the Awakened India ; Requiescat in Pace ; Hold On Yet a While, Brave Heart ; Nirvanashatkam, or Six Stanzas on Nirvana ; The Song of the Sannyasin ; Peace -- Translation of Writings: Prose & Poems Prose. The Problem of Modern India and Its Solution ; Ramakrishna, His Life and Sayings ; The Paris Congress of the History of Religions ; Knowledge: Its Source and Acquirement ; Modern India ; The Education That India Needs ; Our Present Social Problems -- Poems. To a Friend ; They Hymn of Creation ; The Hymn of Samadhi ; A Hymn to the Divine Mother ; A Hymn to Shiva ; A Hymn to the Divinity of Shri Ramakrishna ; "And Let Shyama Dance There" ; A Song I Sing to Thee -- Index
  • v.5. Epistles-First Series -- Interviews. Miracles ; An Indian Yogi in London ; India's Mission ; India and England ; Indian Missionary's Mission to England ; With the Swami Vivekananda at Madura ; The Abroad and the Problems at Home ; The Missionary Work of the First Hindu Sannyasin to the West and His Plan of Regeneration of India ; Reawakening of Hinduism on a National Basis ; On Indian Women - There Past, Present, and Future ; On the Bounds of Hinduism -- Notes From Lectures and Discourses. On Karma-Yoga ; On Fanaticism ; Work is Worship ; Work Without Motive ; Sadhanas or Preparations for Higher Life ; The Cosmos and the Self ; Who is a Real Guru? ; On Art ;On Language ; The Sannyasin ;The Sannyasin and the Householder ; The Evils of Adhikarivada ; On Bhakti-Yoga ; Ishvara and Brahman ; On Jnana-Yoga ; The Cause of Illusion ; Evolution ; Buddhism and Vedanta ; On the Vedanta Philosophy ; Law and Freedom ; The Goal and Methods of Realisation ; World-Wide Unity ; The Aim of Raja-Yoga -- Questions and Answers. I. Discussion at the Graduate Philosophical Society of Harvard University ; II. At the Twentieth Century Club of Boston ; III. At the Brooklyn Ethical Society, Brooklyn ; IV. Selections From Math Diary ; V. Yoga, Vairagya, Tapasya, Love ; VI. In Answer to Nivedita ; VII. Guru, Avatara, Yoga, Japa, Seva -- Conversations and Dialogues (Recorded by Disciples - Translated). I. Shri Surendra Nath Das Gupta ; II-V. Shri Surendra Nath Sen ; VI-X. Shri Priya Nath Sinha ; XI-XV. From the Diary of a Disciple, Shri Sharat Chandra Chakravarty -- Sayings and Utterances -- Writings: Prose and Poems (Original and Translated). Reason, Faith, and Love ; Six Sanskrit Mottoes ; The Message of Divine Wisdom. I.Bondage , II. The Law, III. The Absolute and The Attainment of Freedom ; The Bulur Math: An Appeal ; The Advaita Ashrama, Himalayas ; The Ramakrishna Home of Service, Varanasi: An Appeal ; Who Knows How Mother Plays! ; To the Fourth of July ; The East and the West -- Index
  • v.6. Lectures and Discourses. The Methods and Purpose of Religion ; The Nature of the Soul and Its Goal ; The Importance of Psychology ; Nature and Man ; Concentration and Breathing ; Introduction to Jnana-Yoga ; The Vedanta Philosophy and Christianity ; Worshipper and Worshipped ; Formal Worship ; Divine Love -- Notes of Class Talks and Lectures. Religion and Science ; Religion is Realisation ; Religion is Self-Abnegation ; Unselfish Work is True Renunciation ; Freedom of the Self ; Notes on Vedanta ; Hindue and Greek ; Thoughts on the Vedas and Upanishads ; On Raja-Yoga ; On Bhakti-Yoga ; On Jnana-Yoga ; The Reality and Shadow ; How To Become Free ; Soul and God ; The Goal ; On Proof of Religion ; The Design Theory ; Spirit and Nature ;The Practice of Religion ; Fragmentary Notes on the Ramayana ; Notes Taken Down in Madras, 1892-93 ; Concentration ; The Power of the Mind ; Lessons on Raja-Yoga ; Lessons on Bhakti-Yoga ; Mother-Worship ; Narada-Bhakti-Sutras -- Writings: Prose and Poems (Original and Translated). Historical Evolution of India ; The Story of the Boy Gopala ; My Play is Done ; The Cup ; A Benediction ; The Hymn of Creation ; On The Sea's Bosom ; Hinduism and Shri Ramakrishna ; The Bengali Language ; Matter for Serious Thought ; Shiva's Demon -- Epistles (Second Series) I-CLXVIII -- Conversations and Dialogues. I-XIII (from the Diary of a Disciple) -- Index
  • v.7. Inspired Talks -- Conversations and Dialogues. I-XXIX (From the Diary of a Disciple) ; XXX-XXXI (Shri Priya Nath Sinha) ; XXXII (Mrs. Wright) ; XXXIII (The Appeal-Avalanche) ; XXXIV (The Detroit Free Press) ; XXXV (The Detroit Tribune) -- Translation of Writings. Memoirs of European Travel -- Notes of Class Talks and Lectures. On Art ; On Music ; On Mantra and Mantra-Chaitanya ; On Conceptions of Godhead ; On Food ; On Sannyasa and Family Life ; On Questioning the Competency of the Guru ; Shri Ramakrishna: The Significance of His Life and Teachings ; On Shri Ramakrishna and His Views ; Shri Ramakrishna: The Nations' Ideal ; Mercenaries in Religion ; The Destiny of Man ; Reincarnation ; Comparative Theology ; Buddhism, the Religion of the Light of Asia ; The Science of Yoga -- Epistles (Third Series) I-LIII -- Index
  • v.8. Lectures and Discourses. Discourses on Jnana-Yoga ; Six Lessons on Raja-Yoga ; Women of India ; My Life and Mission ; Buddha's Message to the World ; Discipleship ; Is Vedanta the Future Religion? -- Writings: Prose and Poems. (Original and translated) -- Prose. Struggle for Expansion ; The Birth of Religion ; Four Paths of Yoga ; Cyclic Rest and Chance ; A Preface to the Imitation of Christ -- Poems. An Interesting Corespondence ; Thou Blessed Dream ; Light ; The Living God ; To an Early Violet ; To My Own Soul ; The Dance of Shiva ; Shiva in Ecstasy ; To Shri Krishna ; A Hymn to Shri Ramakrishna ; No One to Blame -- Notes of Class Talks and Lectures. Motes of Class Talks ; Man the Maker of His Destiny ; God: Personal and Impersonal ; The Divine Incarnation or Avatara ; Pranayama ; Women of the East ; Congress of Religious Unity ; The Love of God I ; The Love of God II ; India ; Hindus and Christians ; Christianity in India ; The Religion of Love ; Jnana and Karma ; The Claims of Vedanta on the Modern World ; The Laws of Life and Death ; The Reality and the Shadow ; Way to Salvation ; The People of India ; I Am Tha I Am ; Unity ; The Worship of the Divine Mother ; The Essence of Religion -- Sayings and Utterances -- Epistles (Fourth Series) -- Index
Control code
on1083547037
Dimensions
21 cm
Edition
1st subsidized ed.
Extent
7 volumes
Isbn
9788185301464
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
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Other physical details
portraits
System control number
(OCoLC)1083547037

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