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Response to Welcome, Addresses at The Parliament of Religions

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Swami Vivekananda  (12 January 1863–4 July 1902), born Narendra Nath Datta, was an Indian Hindu monk. He was a key figure in the introduction of Indian philosophies of Vedanta and Yoga to the western world and was credited with raising interfaith awareness, bringing Hinduism to the status of a major world religion in the late 19th century. He was a major force in the revival of Hinduism in India and contributed to the notion of nationalism in colonial India.He was the chief disciple of the 19th century saint Ramakrishna and the founder of the Ramakrishna Math and the Ramakrishna Mission. He is perhaps best known for his inspiring speech beginning with “Sisters and Brothers of America,”through which he introduced Hinduism at the Parliament of the World’s Religions in Chicago in 1893.

Born in aristocratic Bengali Kayastha family of Calcutta, Swami Vivekananda showed an inclination towards spirituality and God realisation. His guru, Ramakrishna, taught him Advaita Vedanta (non-dualism); that all religions are true and that service to man was the most effective worship of God. After the death of his guru, Vivekananda became a wandering monk, extensively touring the Indian subcontinent and acquiring first-hand knowledge of conditions in India. He later travelled to the United States and represented India as a delegate in the 1893 Parliament of World Religions. He conducted hundreds of public and private lectures and classes, disseminating tenets of Hindu philosophy in America, England and Europe. He established the Vedanta societies in America and England.

In America Vivekananda became India’s spiritual ambassador. His mission there was the interpretation of India’s spiritual culture and heritage. He also tried to enrich the religious consciousness of Americans through the teachings of the Vedanta philosophy. In India Vivekananda is regarded as a patriotic saint of modern India and his birthday is celebrated as National Youth Day.

In Swami Vivekananda’s own words, he was “condensed India”. William James, the Harvard philosopher, called Vivekananda the “paragon of Vedantists”. Rabindranath Tagore’s suggestion (to Nobel Laureate Romain Rolland) was– “If you want to know India, study Vivekananda. In him everything is positive and nothing negative.

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Complete Works of Swami Vivekananda Volume 1

 

Addresses at The Parliament of Religions

Response to Welcome ( See Audio Sample Above )
Why We Disagree
Paper on Hinduism
Religion not the Crying Need of India
Buddhism, the Fulfillment of Hinduism
Address at the Final Session

Karma-Yoga

Karma in its Effect on Character
Each is great in his own place
The Secret of Work
What is Duty?
We help ourselves, not the world
Non-attachment is complete self-abnegation
Freedom
The Ideal of Karma-Yoga

Raja-Yoga

Preface
Introductory
The First Steps
Prana
The Psychic Prana
The Control of Psychic Prana
Pratyahara and Dharana
Dhyana and Samadhi
Raja-Yoga in brief
Patanjali’s Yoga Aphorisms
Introduction
Concentration: Its spiritual uses
Concentration: Its practice
Powers
Independence
Appendix

Lectures and Discourses

Soul, God and Religion
The Hindu Religion
What is Religion?
Vedic Religious Ideals
The Vedanta Philosophy
Reason and Religion
Vedanta as a Factor in Civilisation
The Spirit and Influence of Vedanta
Steps of Hindu Philosophic thought
Steps to Realisation
Vedanta and Privilege
Privilege
Krishna
Gita I
Gita II
Gita III
Mohammed
Vilvamangala
The Soul and God
Breathing
Practical Religion: Breathing and Meditation

 

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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 Cosmos: 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
Practical Vedanta: Part II
Practical Vedanta: Part III
Practical Vedanta: 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 American Newspapers

Note
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 way of life
Ideals of Womanhood
True Buddhism
India’s Gift to the World
Child Widows of India
Some Customs of the Hindus

 

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 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 Civilisation
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

 

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 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
Meditation
The Practice of Religion

Writings: Prose

Is the Soul Immortal?
Reincarnation
On Dr. Paul Deussen
On Professor Max Müller
Sketch of 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

Writings: 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

Translations: 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

Translations: Poems

To a Friend
The 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

 

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 Epistles – First Series

Note
I Fakir
II Panditji Maharaj
III Alasinga
IV Alasinga
V Alasinga
VI Haripada
VII Friends
VIII Alasinga
IX Sharat
X Alasinga
XI Alasinga
XII Sister
XIII Alasinga
XIV Alasinga
XV Kidi
XVI Sister
XVII Alasinga
XVIII Alasinga
XIX Vehemia
XX Sister
XXI Blessed and Beloved
XXII Alasinga
XXIII Kidi
XXIV Blessed and Beloved
XXV Alasinga
XXVI Dharmapala
XXVII Alasinga
XXVIII Mrs. Bull
XXIX G. G.
XXX Alasinga
XXXI Mrs. Ole Bull
XXXII Sister
XXXIII Alasinga
XXXIV Sister
XXXV Alasinga
XXXVI Sister
XXXVII Alasinga
XXXVIII S_
XXXIX Alasinga
XL Alasinga
XLI Friend
XLII Kidi
XLIII Alasinga
XLIV Mrs. William Sturges
XLV Mother
XLVI Friend
XLVII Maharaja of Khetri
XLVIII Friend
IL Alasinga
L Mrs. Bull
LI Friend
LII Alasinga
LIII Alasinga
LIV Alasinga
LV Alasinga
LVI Sister
LVII Blessed and Beloved
LVIII Alasinga
LIX Alasinga
LX Alasinga
LXI Dr. Nanjunda Rao
LXII Dr. Nanjunda Rao
LXIII Alasinga
LXIV Alasinga
LXV Blessed and Beloved
LXVI Nanjunda Rao
LXVII Alasinga
LXVIII Alasinga
LXIX Alasinga
LXX Indian Mirror
LXXI Alasinga
LXXII Alasinga
LXXIII Madam
LXXIV Honoured Madam
LXXV Doctor Shashi
LXXVI Mr.—
LXXVII Sarat Chandra
LXXVIII Sister
LXXIX Mother
LXXX Joe
LXXXI Jagmohanlal
LXXXII M.
LXXXIII Your Highness
LXXXIV Your Highness
LXXXV Your Highness
LXXXVI Your Highness
LXXXVII Your Highness
LXXXVIII Your Highness
LXXXIX Mother
XC Joe
XCI Friend
XCII —
XCIII Shashi
XCIV Mother
XCV Sturdy
XCVI Mother
XCVII Shashi
XCVIII Mother
IC Joe
C Joe
CI Mother
CII Swarup
CIII Mary
CIV Shashi
CV Joe
CVI Joe
CVII Joe
CVIII Mary
CIX Christine
CX Mary
CXI Blessed and Beloved
CXII Blessed and Beloved
CXIII Joe
CXIV Swarup
CXV Mrs. Ole Bull
CXVI Sister Nivedita
CXVII Rakhal
CXVIII Rakhal
CXIX Rakhal
CXX Brahmananda
CXXI Joe
CXXII Joe
CXXIII Dhira Mata

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
Reawakening of Hinduism on a National Basis
On Indian Women — Their 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
Tha 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 The 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 Sarat Chandra Chakravarty

Sayings and Utterances

Writings: Prose and Poems – Original and Translated

Reason, Faith and Love
Six Sanskrit Mottoes
The Message of Divine Wisdom
The Belur 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 

 

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 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
Hindu 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 Sir
II Sir
III Sir
IV Sir
V M—
VI Sir
VII Sir
VIII Sir
IX Sir
X Sir
XI Sir
XII Sir
XIII Sir
XIV Sir
XV Sir
XVI Sir
XVII Sir
XVIII Sir
XIX Sir
XX Sir
XXI Sir
XXII Sir
XXIII Akhandananda
XXIV Sir
XXV Sir
XXVI Sir
XXVII Akhandananda
XXVIII Akhandananda
XXIX Sir
XXX Kali
XXXI Sir
XXXII Sir
XXXIII Sir
XXXIV Sharat
XXXV Govinda Sahay
XXXVI Govinda Sahay
XXXVII Govinda Sahay
XXXVIII Doctor
XXXIX Mother
XL Maharaja of Khetri
XLI Shashi
XLII Sir
XLIII Sisters
XLIV Sisters
XLV Brothers
XLVI Mother Sara
XLVII Brother disciples
XLVIII Mrs. Bull
IL Swami Ramakrisnananda
L Mrs. Bull
LI Dear and Beloved
LII Govinda Sahay
LIII Govinda Sahay
LIV Swami Ramakrishnanda
LV Akhandananda
LVI Dear and Beloved
LVII Mrs. Bull
LVIII Sarada
LIX Sanyal
LX Mrs. Bull
LXI Mrs. Bull
LXII Mrs. Bull
LXIII Shashi
LXIV Mrs. Bull
LXV Mrs. Bull
LXVI Mrs. Bull
LXVII Mrs. Bull
LXVIII Mrs. Bull
LXIX Shashi
LXX Alberta
LXXI Rakhal
LXXII Akhandananada
LXXIII Brother Disciples
LXXIV Rakhal
LXXV Shashi
LXXVI Rakhal
LXXVII Shashi
LXXVIII Rakhal
LXXIX Mrs. Bull
LXXX Mrs. Bull
LXXXI Mother
LXXXII Dear—
LXXXIII Rakhal
LXXXIV Mrs. Bull
LXXXV Akhandananda
LXXXVI Mrs. Bull
LXXXVII Alberta
LXXXVIII Mrs. Bull
LXXXIX Mrs. Bull
XC Sister
XCI Sarada
XCII Yogen
XCIII Mrs. Bull
XCIV Sarada
XCV Mrs. Bull
XCVI Mrs. Bull
XCVII Sarada
XCVIII Mrs. Bull
XCIX Mrs. Bull
C Shashi
CI Shashi
CII Frankincense
CIII Mrs. Bull
CIV Mrs. Bull
CV Sahji
CVI Shashi
CVII Mrs. Bull
CVIII Sister
CIX Joe Joe
CX Miss S. E. Waldo
CXI Mrs. Bull
CXII Mary
CXIII Mrs. Bull
CXIV Lalaji
CXV Dear—
CXVI Sisters
CXVII Alberta
CXVIII Mrs. Bull
CXIX Frankincense
CXX Alberta
CXXI Mary
CXXII Mrs. Bull
CXXIII Mary
CXXIV Sir
CXXV Shuddhananda
CXXVI Miss Noble
CXXVII Rakhal
CXXVIII Akhandananda
CXXIX Rakhal
CXXX Rakhal
CXXXI Akhandananda
CXXXII Akhandananda
CXXXIII Mrs. Bull
CXXXIV Mother
CXXXV Sarada
CXXXVI Akhandananda
CXXXVII Rakhal
CXXXVIII M—
CXXXIX Mother
CXL Mother
CXLI Margot
CXLII Friend
CXLIII Margot
CXLIV Dear
CXLV Dhira Mata
CXLVI Dear
CXLVII Mrs. Bull
CXLVIII Margot
CXLIX Margot
CL Mrs. Bull
CLI Margot
CLII Margot
CLIII Nivedita
CLIV Akhandananda
CLV Nivedita
CLVI Nivedita
CLVII Margot
CLVIII Joe
CLIX Nivedita
CLX Nivedita
CLXI Nivedita
CLXII Nivedita
CLXIII Mother
CLXIV Alberta
CLXV Joe
CLXVI Nivedita
CLXVII Joe
CLXVIII Nivedita

Conversations and Dialogues (From the Diary of a Disciple)

I
II
III
IV
V
VI
VII
VIII
IX
X
XI
XII

 

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 Inspired Talks

1895
Wednesday, June 19
Sunday, June 23
Monday, June 24
Tuesday, June 25
Wednesday, June 26
Thursday, June 27
Friday, June 28
Saturday, June 29
Sunday, June 30
Monday, July 1
Tuesday, July 2
Wednesday, July 3
Friday, July 5
Saturday, July 6
Sunday, July 7
Monday, July 8
Tuesday, July 9
Wednesday, July 10
Thursday, July 11
Friday, July 12
Saturday, July 13
Sunday, July 14
Monday, July 15
Tuesday, July 16
Wednesday, July 17
Thursday, July 18
Friday, July 19
Saturday, July 20
Sunday, July 21
Tuesday, July 23
Wednesday, July 24
Thursday, July 25
Friday, July 26
Saturday, July 27
Sunday, July 28
Monday, July 29
Tuesday, July 30
Wednesday, July 31
Thursday, August 1
Friday, August 2
Saturday, August 3
Sunday, August 4
Monday, August 5
Tuesday, August 6

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

Note
Memoirs of European Travel I
Memoirs of European Travel II
Addenda

Notes of Class Talks and Lectures

Notes of Class Talks
Notes of Lectures

Epistles – Third Series

Note
I Sir
II Sir
III Sir
IV Sir
V Gupta
VI Sir
VII Atul Babu
VIII Adhyapakji
IX Adhyapakji
X Adhyapakji
XI Mrs. Tannatt Woods
XII Adhyapakji
XIII Mrs. Woods
XIV Sister
XV Brother
XVI Professor
XVII Sister
XVIII Sister
XIX Adhyapakji
XX Adhyapakji
XXI Adhyapakji
XXII Adhyapakji
XXIII Mr. Bhattacharya
XXIV Kali
XXV Brother Shivananda
XXVI Brahmananda
XXVII Alasinga
XXVIII Brother
XXIX Dear—
XXX Rakhal
XXXI Alasinga
XXXII Dear
XXXIII Sister
XXXIV Shashi
XXXV Adhyapakji
XXXVI Miss Noble
XXXVII Friend and Brother
XXXVIII Sharat Chandra Chakravarti
XXXIX Mrs. Bull
XL Shuddhananda
XLI Miss Noble
XLII Miss Noble
XLIII Madam
XLIV Sturdy
XLV Mrs. Leggett
XLVI Mother
XLVII Margot
XLVIII Mother
IL Mother
L Mother
LI Mr. Leggett
LII Aunt Roxy
LIII Alberta

 

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 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

Struggle for Expansion
The Birth of Religion
Four Paths of Yoga
Cyclic Rest and Change
A Preface to the Imitation of Christ 

Writings: Poems

An Interesting Correspondence
Thou Blessed Dream
Light
The Living God
To an Early Violet
To My Own Soul
The Dance of Shiva
Shiva in Ecstasy
To Shri Khrishna
A Hymn to Shri Ramakrishna
A Hymn to Shri Ramakrishna
No One to Blame

Notes of Class Talks and Lectures

Notes 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 That I am
Unity
The Worship of the Divine Mother
The Essence of Religion

Sayings and Utterances

Epistles – Fourth Series

Note
I Sir
II Sir
III Sir
IV Sir
V Sir
VI Diwanji Saheb
VII Diwanji Saheb
VIII Diwanji Saheb
IX Diwanji Saheb
X Haripada
XI Alasinga
XII Diwanji Saheb
XIII Diwanji Saheb
XIV Diwanji Saheb
XV Diwanji Saheb
XVI Sisters
XVII Babies
XVIII Sister Mary
XIX Sister
XX Diwanji Saheb
XXI Dear—
XXII Mother
XXIII Sisters
XXIV Babies
XXV Sisters
XXVI Sister
XXVII Leon
XXVIII Sister
XXIX Diwanji Saheb
XXX Diwanji Saheb
XXXI Mother
XXXII Sister
XXXIII Diwanji Saheb
XXXIV Diwanji
XXXV Sister
XXXVI Sister
XXXVII Sister
XXXVIII Miss Bell
XXXIX Friend
XL Friend
XLI Friend
XLII Babies
XLIII Alasinga
XLIV Joe
XLV Sister
XLVI Sister
XLVII Sister
XLVIII Sister
IL Friend
L Friend
LI Friend
LII Joe Joe
LIII Kali
LIV Joe Joe
LV Joe Joe
LVI Joe Joe
LVII Friend
LVIII Friend
LIX Friend
LX Blessed and Beloved
LXI Friend
LXII Joe Joe
LXIII Sturdy
LXIV Blessed and Beloved
LXV Sharat
LXVI Friend
LXVII Sister
LXVIII Blessed and Beloved
LXIX Alasinga
LXX Blessed and Beloved
LXXI Blesed and Beloved
LXXII Sister
LXXIII Sisters
LXXIV Sturdy
LXXV Sisters
LXXVI Mary
LXXVII Babies
LXXVIII Blessed and Beloved
LXXIX Blessed and Beloved
LXXX Dear—
LXXXI Goodwin
LXXXII Blessesd and Beloved
LXXXIII Blessed and Beloved
LXXXIV Friend
LXXXV Sister
LXXXVI Joe
LXXXVII Rakhal
LXXXVIII Mary
LXXXIX Rakhal
XC Shashi
XCI Miss Noble
XCII Rakhal
XCIII Sudhir
XCIV Marie
XCV Miss Noble
XCVI Miss Noble
XCVII Joe Joe
XCVIII Rakhal
IC Marie
C Shashi
CI Shashi
CII Rakhal
CIII Rakhal
CIV Shuddhananda
CV Haripada
CVI Miss MacLeod
CVII Rakhal
CVIII Shashi
CIX Rakhal
CX Margo
CXI Rakhal
CXII Rakhal
CXIII Miss Noble
CXIV Rakhal
CXV Rakhal
CXVI Baburam
CXVII Rakhal
CXVIII Rakhal
CXIX Rakhal
CXX Shivananda
CXXI Rajaji
CXXII Shashi
CXXIII Mary
CXXIV Shashi
CXXV Joe Joe
CXXVI Rakhal
CXXVII Joe Joe
CXXVIII Rakhal
CXXIX Sturdy
CXXX Rakhal
CXXXI Rakhal
CXXXII Mary
CXXXIII Haripada
CXXXIV Haripada
CXXXV Joe
CXXXVI Mary
CXXXVII Sturdy
CXXXVIII Joe
CXXXIX Marie
CXL Rakhal
CXLI Mother
CXLII Sturdy
CXLIII Mary
CXLIV Mary
CXLV Optimist
CXLVI Sturdy
CXLVII Mrs. Bull
CXLVIII Rakhal
CXLIX Mary
CL Brahmananda
CLI Dhira Mata
CLII Dhira Mata
CLIII Mary
CLIV Dhira Mata
CLV Dhira Mata
CLVI Mary
CLVII Mary
CLVIII Dhira Mata
CLIX Dhira Mata
CLX Joe
CLXI Rakhal
CLXII Mary
CLXIII Dhira Mata
CLXIV Mary
CLXV Mary
CLXVI Haribhai
CLXVII Joe
CLXVIII Haribhai
CLXIX Joe
CLXX Dhira Mata
CLXXI Margot
CLXXII American Friend
CLXXIII Dhira Mata
CLXXIV Joe
CLXXV American Friend
CLXXVI Joe
CLXXVII Mary
CLXXVIII Mary
CLXXIX Nivedita
CLXXX Nivedita
CLXXXI Mary
CLXXXII Mary
CLXXXIII Sister
CLXXXIV Turiyananda
CLXXXV Joe
CLXXXVI Joe
CLXXXVII Turiyananda
CLXXXVIII Dear—
CLXXXIX Hari
CXC John Fox
CXCI Brother Hari
CXCII Hari
CXCIII Turiyananda
CXCIV Mademoiselle
CXCV Sister Christine
CXCVI Joe
CXCVII Mother

 

Complete Works of Swami Vivekananda Volume 9

 Letters (Fifth Series)

I Sir
II Sir
III Sir
IV Balaram Babu
V Tulsiram
VI Sharat
VII Mother
VIII Mother
IX Mother
X Mother
XI Mother
XII Mother
XIII Mother
XIV Mother
XV Mother
XVI Mother
XVII Mother
XVIII Mother
XIX Mother
XX Mother
XXI Mother
XXII Mother
XXIII Mother
XXIV Mother
XXV Mother
XXVI Mother
XXVII Mother
XXVIII Mother
XXIX Mother
XXX Mother
XXXI Mother
XXXII Mother
XXXIII Mother
XXXIV Mother
XXXV Mother
XXXVI Mother
XXXVII Mother
XXXVIII Mother
XXXIX Mother
XL Mrs. Bull
XLI Miss Thursby
XLII Mother
XLIII Mother
XLIV Mother
XLV Mother
XLVI Mother
XLVII Miss Thursby
XLVIII Adhyapakji
XLIX Mother
L Mother
LI Mother
LII Mother
LIII Mother
LIV Mother
LV Friend
LVI Mother
LVII Mother
LVIII Sir
LIX Mother
LX Doctor
LXI Mother—
LXII Mother—
LXIII Mother
LXIV Mother—
LXV Mother
LXVI Mother—
LXVII Friend
LXVIII Mrs. G. W. Hale
LXIX Christina
LXX Mother—
LXXI Sister Christine
LXXII Isabelle McKindley
LXXIII Christina
LXXIV Christina
LXXV Christina
LXXVI Your Highness
LXXVII Sir—
LXXVIII Christina—
LXXIX Mrs. Ole Bull
LXXX Sir
LXXXI Mrs. Bull
LXXXII Mrs. Funkey
LXXXIII Mrs. Bull
LXXXIV Christina
LXXXV Mrs.Bull—
LXXXVI Miss Thursby
LXXXVII Friend
LXXXVIII Christina
LXXXIX Mrs. Funkey
XC Christina
XCI Christina
XCII Mrs. Bull—
XCIII Sir
XCIV Mrs. Bull—
XCV Mother—
XCVI Sir
XCVII Mrs. Bull
XCVIII Blessed and Beloved
XCIX Christina
C Miss Noble
CI Miss Noble—
CII Christina
CIII Madras Committee
CIV Gentlemen
CV Christina
CVI Mrs. Bull—
CVII Ram Ram
CVIII Miss Noble
CIX Lalajee
CX Badri Sah
CXI Mother—
CXII Mrs. Bull—
CXIII Friend
CXIV Shivananda
CXV Christina
CXVI Sister Christine
CXVII Miss Noble
CXVIII Christina
CXIX Margaret
CXX Dhira Mata—
CXXI Jagmohan
CXXII Miss MacLeod
CXXIII Sir
CXXIV Miss Macleod / Mrs. Bull
CXXV Mr. J. J. Goodwin’s Mother
CXXVI Your Highness—
CXXVII Christina
CXXVIII Your Highness—
CXXIX Your Highness—
CXXX Margot
CXXXI Nivedita
CXXXII Christina
CXXXIII Raja
CXXXIV S
CXXXV Margot
CXXXVI Sir
CXXXVII Margot
CXXXVIII Christina
CXXXIX Miss Macleod
CXL Christina
CXLI Christina
CXLII Sister Christine
CXLIII Mother
CXLIV Isabel—
CXLV Christina
CXLVI Mother Church
CXLVII Mother
CXLVIII Christina
CXLIX Christina
CL Christina
CLI Christina
CLII Christina—
CLIII Mrs. Bull—
CLIV Christina
CLV Dhira Mata—
CLVI Mother
CLVII Margot
CLVIII Mother
CLIX Christina
CLX Brahmananda
CLXI Christina
CLXII Margo
CLXIII Joe—
CLXIV Christina
CLXV Sister Christine
CLXVI Margot
CLXVII Margot
CLXVIII Mother
CLXIX Christina
CLXX Abhedananda
CLXXI Christina
CLXXII Christina
CLXXIII Christina
CLXXIV Christina
CLXXV Mrs. Hansbrough—
CLXXVI Sister Christine
CLXXVII Mrs. Hansbrough—
CLXXVIII Abhedananda
CLXXIX Christina
CLXXX Mrs. Leggett
CLXXXI Christine
CLXXXII Nivedita
CLXXXIII Christine
CLXXXIV Christina
CLXXXV Mother
CLXXXVI Alberta
CLXXXVII Christina—
CLXXXVIII Margo
CLXXXIX Sister Christine
CXC Your Highness—
CXCI Mother—
CXCII Sir
CXCIII Margot
CXCIV Christine
CXCV Introduction
CXCVI Christine
CXCVII Mother
CXCVIII Mrs. Hansbrough—
CXCIX Friend—
CC Christina
CCI Christine
CCII Christine
CCIII Christine
CCIV Christine
CCV Christina
CCVI Christina
CCVII Margo
CCVIII Christina
CCIX Chrisitne
CCX Christine
CCXI Christine
CCXII Christine
CCXIII Sister Christine
CCXIV Christine
CCXV Joe—
CCXVI Joe—
CCXVII Mrs. Hansbrough
CCXVIII Margo
CCXIX Christine
CCXX Mother
CCXXI Joe—
CCXXII Christine
CCXXIII Mademoiselle
CCXIV Christine
CCXXV Christine
CCXXVI Christine
CCXXVII Christine

Lectures and Discourses

The Women of India
The First Step towards Jnana
Bhakti-Yoga
The Mundaka Upanishad
History of the Aryan Race

Notes of Lectures and Classes

Note
The Religion of India
Christ’s Message to the World
Mohammed’s Message to the World
Class Lessons in Meditation
The Gita
The Gita — I
The Gita — III
Gita Class
Remarks from Various Lectures

Writings: Prose and Poems (Original and Translated)

The Ether
Notes
Lecture Notes
Macrocosm and Microcosm
Footnotes to The Imitation of Christ
The Plague Manifesto
One Circle More
Facsimile of One Circle More
An Untitled Poem on Shri Ramakrishna
An Unfinished Poem
Bhartrihari’s Verses on Renunciation

Conversations and Interviews

Excerpts from Sister Nivedita’s Book

Note
Foreword
    I  The Home On The Ganges
   II  At Naini Tal And Almora
  III  Morning Talks At Almora
  IV  On The Way To Kathgodam
   V  On The Way To Baramulla
  VI  The Vale Of Kashmir
 VII  Life At Srinagar
VIII  The Temple Of Pandrenthan
   IX  Walks And Talks Beside The Jhelum
    X  The Shrine Of Amarnath
   XI  At Srinagar On The Return Journey
  XII  The Camp Under The Chennaars
Concluding Words Of The Editor

Sayings and Utterances

Newspaper Reports

Part I: American Newspaper Reports
Part II: European Newspaper Reports
Part III: Indian Newspaper Reports

 

 
 

Neville Goddard, Summa Theologica, Manly P Hall, A Course In Miracles

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