Swami Vivekananda quotes are so popular because they are so much towards spirituality and motivational towards life. Swami Vivekananda was an Indian Monk born in Calcutta, Bengal in a typical Bengali family on 12 January 1863. He was the chief disciple of 19th century Indian Mystic Ramakrishna. He was one of the key people that introduced Indian philosophies like Vedanta and yoga to the western world. He is also the persona that is majorly credited for raising the status of Hinduism as a major world religion during the 19th century.
He is best known for his iconic speech at the Parliament of World’s religions in Chicago in 1893 which began with “Sisters and Brothers of America.”. In this speech, he introduced Hinduism. Ever since he was young he was inclined towards spirituality. He was majorly influenced by his guru Ramakrishna Deva from whom he learned that all living beings are the embodiment of the divine self.
After his Guru passed away he traveled across the Indian subcontinent to study the conditions of British India. He traveled to the United States later to represent India in the Parliament of World’s Religions in 1893 where he gave a speech introducing the western world to Hinduism. He didn’t just stop there he conducted countless public lectures, seminars, and classes where he taught Hinduism and its teachings to the people of the US, England, and Europe. He was widely known as the patriotic saint and his birthday till today is celebrated in the form of National Youth day….Read More