|Statement||translated by E. F. Malcolm-Smith.|
|Contributions||Malcolm-Smith, E. F.|
The Life of Ramakrishna [Rolland, Romain] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The Life of Ramakrishna. Addeddate Identifier Identifier-ark ark://t81k4hd1r Ocr ABBYY FineReader Ppi Scanner Internet . It is the English version of Sri Ramakrishna Lilaprasanga, a faithful record and description of Ramakrishna’s life by one of his faithful disciples. Read it For: Swami Sardananda provided a detailed description of Ramakrishna’s life from his days as his disciple in the 19th century. Sri Ramakrishna: The Face of Silence This book is a biography on the great sage and the other biography on Ramakrishna named “Sri Ramakrishna” which was authored by Swami Nikhilananda in are considered to be two great : ANTAR YAAMI.
The story of Sri Ramakrishna's life by the well-known writer. $ RAMDIS. Great Swan. BY Lex Hixon. Book is about meetings with Ramakrishna. " This book emphasizes - from the vantage point of the knowledgeable, discerning Westerners on the brink of the 21st century-the atmosphere that Ramakrishna created through his work, his deeds, and. Fans of books like Autobiography of a Yogi will enjoy it. It's beautifully written, reflections and anecdotes from various people who interacted with Sri Ramakrishna during his life, his teachings are passed via the life he lived and his interactions with people rather than doctrine. Heart warming, funny, spiritual, highly recommended!5/5(7). The distinctive spiritual character of this illustrious disciple of Sri Ramakrishna is revealed through his silent life of dedication and self-effacing service. Includes a biography of the Swami and reminiscences by his disciples and devotees as well as a selection of his spiritual teachings. Life of Sri Ramakrishna. Advaita Ashrama A comprehensive account of the life and teachings of Sri Ramakrishna. "Ramakrishna was a living embodiment of godliness." — From the foreword by Mahatma Gandhi. Frontis. Hardcover: $
Sri Ramakrishna Paramahamsa is known throughout India, and increasingly in the world, as a purna avatara, a full incarnation of God. Within a hundred years of his birth, The child who was to be generally recognized as a full descent of the Divine into human form, of the same stature as Rama and Krishna of ancient times, took birth in the small. Summary: A collection of sayings and short fables from Ramakrishna, a Bengali Hindu mystic who lived in the 19th century. The book also includes chapters about Ramakrishna himself; covering his life, his language, and the Vedanta philosophy, among other things. As a young man, he was artistic and a popular storyteller and actor. His parents were religious, and prone to visions and spiritual dreams. Ramakrishna's father had a vision of the god Gadadhara (Vishnu) while on a religious pilgrimage. In the vision, the god told . The Gospel of Sri Ramakrishna is published by The Ramakrishna-Vivekananda Center of New York which bases it teachings on the principles of Vedanta, or Hinduism. Hinduism teaches that every soul is potentially divine, and that its divinity may be manifested through worship, contemplation, unselfish work, and philosophical discrimination/5.