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Swami Vivekananda Biography PDF: Vivekananda was born on January 12, 1863, in Kolkata. His real name was Narendranath Dutt. Swami Vivekananda was a well-known and influential spiritual teacher of Vedanta. His guru’s name was Sri Ramakrishna Paramhansa and he did literary works like Raja Yoga, Karma Yoga, Bhakti Yoga, Jnana Yoga, My Master. Along with his main statement was “Arise, awake and stop not till the destination is reached”. Here we will provide you with complete information about Swami Vivekananda Biography PDF.

Article Biography of Swami Vivekananda
 Name   Narendranath Dutt
Born   12 January 1863
Place of Birth  Kolkata
Guru/Teacher  Sri Ramakrishna Paramhansa
Died  4 July 1902 (age 39)
Place of Death  Belur, West Bengal

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Swami Vivekananda had represented Sanatan Dharma on behalf of India in the Vishwa Dharma Mahasabha held in Chicago in America in 1893. To take the Vedanta of India to every country in America and Europe, he had established the Ramakrishna Mission, which is still working. Let us tell you that after death, all the responsibility of the house fell on Vivekananda’s shoulders. Even after being very poor, Vivekananda himself remained hungry and fed the guest himself, staying outside and making the guests sleep on his bed. Swami Vivekananda had dedicated his life to his Gurudev Sri Ramakrishna. In the last days of the Guru, Vivekananda used to take care of his food and drink without taking care of him. Click on the link given below to download Swami Vivekananda Complete Biography PDF.

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Swami Vivekananda Biography Important Dates

  • January 12, 1863: Born in Calcutta
  • 1879: Admission to Presidency College
  • 1880: Entered the General Assembly Institution
  • November 1881: First meeting with Sri Ramakrishna
  • 1882-86: Associated with Sri Ramakrishna
  • 1884: Graduated examination passed; father’s death
  • 1885: Last illness of Sri Ramakrishna
  • August 16, 1886: Sri Ramakrishna died
  • 1886: Establishment of Varaha Nagar Math
  • January 1887: Formal vow of sannyasa at Varaha Nagar Math
  • 1890-93: India tour as Parivrajak
  • December 25, 1892 : In Kanyakumari
  • February 13, 1893: First public lecture at Secunderabad
  • May 31, 1893: Left for America from Bombay
  • July 25, 1893: Arrived in Vancouver, Canada
  • July 30, 1893: Arrival in Chicago
  • August 1893: Harvard University Prof. meeting with john wright
  • September 11, 1893: First lecture at the World Conference of Religions, Chicago
  • September 27, 1893: Final lecture at the World Conference of Religions, Chicago
  • May 16, 1894: Speech at Harvard University
  • November 1894: Establishment of Vedanta Committee in New York
  • January 1895: Religious classes started in New York
  • August 1895: in Paris
  • October 1895: Lecture in London
  • December 6, 1895: Back to New York
  • March 22-25, 1896: Back to London
  • May-July 1896: Lecture at Harvard University
  • April 15, 1896: Back to London
  • May-July 1896: Religious classes in London
  • May 28, 1896: Meeting with Max Müller at Oxford
  • December 30, 1896: From Naples to India
  • January 15, 1897: Arrival in Colombo, Sri Lanka
  • 6-15 February 1897: In Madras
  • February 19, 1897: Arrival at Calcutta
  • May 1, 1897: Establishment of Ramakrishna Mission
  • May-December 1897: Visit North India
  • January 1898: Return to Calcutta
  • March 19, 1899: Establishment of Advaita Ashram in Mayawati
  • June 20, 1899: Second visit to the West
  • July 31, 1899: Arrival in New York
  • February 22, 1900: Establishment of the Vedanta Committee in San Francisco
  • June 1900: Last class in New York
  • July 26, 1900: Leaves Europe
  • October 24, 1900: Visit countries like Vienna, Hungary, Kustuntunia, Greece, Egypt, etc.
  • 26 November 1900: Left for India
  • December 9, 1900: Arrival at Belur Math
  • January 1901: Mayawati’s visit
  • March-May 1901: Pilgrimage to East Bengal and Assam
  • January-February 1902: Visit Bodh Gaya and Varanasi
  • March 1902: Return to Belur Math
  • July 4, 1902: Mahasamadhi.

 

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