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Thu Oct 16 18:04:00 2014 UTClccn-n800327510.06The Story of Vivekananda : (illustrated) /0.560.94Lectures from Colombo to Almora89471868Vivekanandan 800327514149404153054Bianxi 1863-1902Bibekānanda 1863-1902 SvāmīBibekānanda 1863-1902 SwamiBibekānanda Svāmī 1863-1902Bibekānanda, Swami, 1863-1902Cuvāmi VivēkāṉantarDaata, Narendranātha 1863-1902Datta, Narendra NathDatta Narendra Nath 1863-1902Datta, Narendranath 1863-1902Datta, NarendranathaDatta Narendranātha 1863-1902Dutt, Narendra NathDutt Narendra Nath 1863-1902Dutt, NarendranathDutt Narendranath 1863-1902Dutta, Narendra Nâth, 1862-1902Dutta, NarendranathNarandranatha DattaNarendra Nath Dutt 1863-1902Narendranath, Datta, 1863-1902Narendranātha DattaNarendranātha Datta 1863-1902Pien-hsi 1863-1902Svāmī Vivekānanda 1863-1902Swami Vivekanada, 1863-1902Swami Vivekananda.Swami Vivekananda 1863-1902VivekānandaVivekananda 1863-1902Vivekananda 1863-1902 maestroVivekānanda 1863-1902 SwamiVivekananda, maestro 1863-1902Vivekānanda, Svāmī, 1863-1902Vivekananda, SwamiVivekānanda Swami 1863-1902Vivēkānantar 1863-1902 SwamiVivēkānantar, Swami, 1863-1902Wiwekananda.Wiwekananda 1863-1902Wiwēkanantha 1863-1902 SwamiWiwēkanantha, Swami, 1863-1902Вивекананда, Свами, 1863-1902Вивекананда, суоми, 1863-1902विवेकानन्द 1863-1902 स्वामीविवॆकानन्द Swami 1863-1902विवेकानन्द, स्वामी, 1863-1902स्वामी विवॆकानन्द 1863-1902বিবেকানন্দ স্বামী 1863-1902ヴィーヴェーカーナンタヴィヴェーカーナンダ, スワミ辨喜, 1863-1902lccn-n80094303Ramakrishna1836-1886lccn-n83196856Ramakrishna Missionlccn-n83196855Ramakrishna Mathlccn-n80130750Jackson, Carl T.1934-lccn-n91019014Rambachan, Anantanand1951-lccn-n50081486NikhilanandaSwamiedtlccn-n79059160Rolland, Romain1866-1944lccn-n50052676Advaita Ashramalccn-nr92043955Madison, Dorothylccn-nr92043954Myren, Ann1928-2012VivekanandaSwami1863-1902BiographyMusical settingsRecords and correspondenceJuvenile worksComic books, strips, etcHistoryDramaQuotationsVivekananda,--Swami,Ramakrishna,United StatesHinduism--MissionsRamakrishna MathMissionsIndiaAdvaitaVedantaVedasHindusRamakrishna MissionHinduismYogaSpiritual life--HinduismYoga, RājaHindu philosophyHinduism--DoctrinesIndia--BengalYoga, KarmaYoga, BhaktiYoga, JñānaReligionCivilization--Indic influencesIntellectual lifeEast and WestCaṭṭopādhyāẏa, Baṅkimacandra,Mukhopādhyāẏa, Bhūdeba,IntellectualsLitterateursCantatas, SacredChoruses, Sacred (Mixed voices) with instrumental ensembleRevivalsPhilosophy, IndicRadhakrishnan, S.--(Sarvepalli),IdealismGhose, Aurobindo,Correspondence (Vivekananda, Swami)GurusInterfaith relationsHinduism--Relations--ChristianitySpiritual life--ChristianityChristianity and other religions--HinduismChristianityMeditation--HinduismPhilosophersHinduism and cultureSivananda,--Swami,WorkHindu saints18631902189318941895189618971898189919001901190219031904190519061907190819091910191119121913191419151916191719181919192019211922192319241925192619271928192919301931193219331934193519361937193819391940194119421943194419451946194719481949195019511952195319541955195619571958195919601961196219631964196519661967196819691970197119721973197419751976197719781979198019811982198319841985198619871988198919901991199219931994199519961997199819992000200120022003200420052006200720082009201020112012201320142493320994052181.45B132.V3ocn314772417ocn311522795ocn311507582634107ocn002356429book19010.50VivekanandaRāja-yogaHandleiding voor die vorm van yoga, welke door concentratie en meditatie tot Godsbeleving voert+-+987157664532455571ocn005848097book19110.50VivekanandaJnāna-yoga+-+56715766453244835ocn027188266book19930.26VivekanandaLiving at the source : Yoga teachings of VivekanandaThe inspirational messages collected in this book speak directly to the concerns of contemporary men and women and also form a concise introduction to Vedanta, a philosophy of India40617ocn000287990book19330.39VivekanandaKarma-yoga and Bhakti-yoga+-+27715766453243563ocn000133360book19700.74Chandra, LokeshIndia's contribution to world thought and cultureCommemoration volume to Swami Vivekananda, 1863-1902, Indian philosopher and religious leader; contributed articles29010ocn011969461book19860.35VivekanandaVedanta : voice of freedom+-+57110816453242844ocn000752063book19530.59VivekanandaVivekananda: the yogas and other works, including the Chicago addresses, Jnāna-yoga, Bhakti-yoga, Karma-yoga, Rāja-yoga, Inspired talks, and lectures, poems and letters. Chosen and with a biography by Swami Nikhilānanda23527ocn019608375book19080.53VivekanandaInspired talks : My master and other writingsRecords and correspondence+-+697157664532422141ocn003336067book18960.86VivekanandaVedânta philosophy; lecturesQuotations20811ocn002484066book19620.70VivekanandaWhat religion is in the words of Swami Vivekananda+-+80193539051833ocn811338040file20040.82Schlenck, JohnKanyakumari Three Vesper hymnsMusical settings15861ocn004271450book19070.56VivekanandaKarma yogaOn karma yoga+-+017152650413253ocn004271463book19010.70VivekanandaBhakti yoga+-+297652650412616ocn004298831book19440.74VivekanandaSelections from Swami Vivekananda+-+551658036332411422ocn000479318book19010.88VivekanandaMy masterBiographyOn account of Sri Ramakrishna1041ocn788299286book20120.74VivekanandaSwami Vivekananda : essential writings8825ocn000212363book19080.94VivekanandaLectures from Colombo to Almora795ocn002237606book19740.50VivekanandaMeditation and its methods according to Swami Vivekananda7223ocn000655237book19120.82VivekanandaHinduism"Informs readers about the spiritual, cultural and social heritage of Hinduism. Part I features a brief history and core beliefs of Hinduism, its sacred texts, various denominations, mandirs, holy men and women, sacred places, rivers, festivals, rituals, and sacred symbols and objects. Part II features sadhana, great devotees of God, rishi-scientists of India, Hindu perceptions, Hindu way of life, Hindu reformers, concept of creation, and frequently asked questions on Hinduism."--P. [4] of cover662ocn003014017book19630.94Majumdar, R. CSwami Vivekananda centenary memorial volume16842ocn043476176file19940.37Jackson, Carl TVedanta for the West the Ramakrishna movement in the United StatesHistoryThe Ramakrishna movement was the very first and in many ways the most important Asian religious group to appear in America. Founded on the teachings of the nineteenth-century Bengali visionary Sri Ramakrishna, the movement was brought to the United States in 1893 by Swami Vivekananda, a disciple of Ramakrishna. Although its membership is small, the movement has exercised a significant influence in the last hundred years, promoting Hindu reform and revival in India and increasing public awareness of Hinduism through its Vedanta societies in the United States and Europe. An important history of the oldest form of Hinduism in America, this book sheds new light on the progress and adaptation of Eastern spirituality in the West. Carl T. Jackson begins his account with a brief examination of conditions in nineteenth-century India and the United States that explain the sudden appearance of the Ramakrishna movement in the West. He details the origins and teachings of the movement, Swami Vivekananda's seminal role as founder and organizer of Western "work," and the subsequent history of the American mission. Jackson also discusses the movement's American teachings and explains the attraction of Vedanta for Americans. Although conservative in its presentation of Hinduism, the Ramakrishna movement has freely embraced Western methods. As Jackson shows, it is the "middle way" in American Hinduism, taking a path between devotional forms such as the International Society for Krishna Consciousness (Hare Krishna) and meditation ones such as the Self-Realization Fellowship and Transcendental Meditation+-+234588807532415564ocn045733252file19940.35Rambachan, AnantanandThe limits of scripture Vivekananda's reinterpretation of the VedasCriticism, interpretation, etc"Hailed as one of modern India's cultural heroes, Swami Vivekananda (1863-1902) has been credited not only with interpreting Hinduism to the west but with interpreting it to India itself. Despite his pervasive influence, critical assessments and attempts to "demythologize" Vivekananda have been rare, and rarer still are historical and hermeneutical clarification of his work. The Limits of Scripture offers a close examination of Vivekananda's understanding of the authority of sruiti (the Vedas) and its relationship to anubhava (personal experience)." "Beginning with an analysis of western influences and Hindu responses in the nineteenth century, Anantanand Rambachan moves on to a careful explication of Vivekananda's understanding of the Vedas, the nature and scope of their authority, and the hermeneutical principles employed by him in his approach to the texts. Throughout the discussion, the author also clarifies the generally overlooked distinctions between Vivekananda's view of anubhava as the source of liberating knowledge and that of Sankara (ca. 788-820), the principal systematizer and exponent of the Advaita tradition, who argued for the Vedas as the authoritative source of this knowledge. The task of critically distinguishing Sankara and Vivekananda has not been thoroughly accomplished elsewhere and is crucial for understanding religious and philosophical change in modern Indian thought." "In addition this work evaluates the coherence and consistency of Vivekananda's reinterpretations, drawing attention to important problems in his claim for the supremacy of personal experience, his arguments for "many paths to the same goal," and his attempts to reconcile the insights of Hinduism with the methods and findings of science. In undertaking this assessment and analysis, The Limits of Scripture makes a real contribution to the understanding of Vivekananda's legacy, Indian religions, and the wider study of religion."--BOOK JACKET44924ocn003774027book19350.53NikhilanandaVivekânanda : a biographyHistoryJuvenile worksBiographyComic books, strips, etcDramaOn the life and achievements of Swami Vivekananda, 1863-1902, Hindu religious leader+-+30715766453243458ocn019036370book19880.84Raychaudhuri, TapanEurope reconsidered : perceptions of the West in nineteenth century BengalHistoryAnalysis of the views of Bhūdeba Mukhopādhyāẏa, 1827-1894, Bankim Chandra Chatterji, 1838-1894, and Swami Vivekananda, 1863-1902, Indian intellectuals+-+045611046528925ocn005435684book19100.66NiveditaThe master as I saw himBiography2832ocn001095132book19740.70French, Harold WThe swan's wide waters : Ramakrishna and Western culture2731ocn035183941book19970.74Sil, Narasingha ProsadSwami Vivekananda : a reassessmentBiography+-+524181094526323ocn000210335book19310.70Rolland, RomainThe life of Vivekananda and the universal gospelBiography25111ocn009990175book19420.66VivekanandaLetters of Swami VivekanandaRecords and correspondence2435ocn044727694book19990.77Sen, Amiya PSwami VivekanandaBiographyThis is a short, critical biography of Swami Vivekananda (1863-1902), fiery nationalist, social reformer, institution builder, and student of philosophy. The book demonstrates why he remains a pertinent figure today with a large following in India and abroad+-+50109104652429ocn002936584book19300.77Rolland, Romain... Prophets of the new India2253ocn047106199book20000.74Vivekananda : his gospel of man-making with a garland of tributes and a chronicle of his life and times, wih picturesBiography19815ocn000087349book19440.90VivekānandaThe life of Swami VivekanandaBiography1855ocn038602576book19980.84Swami Vivekananda and the modernization of HinduismHistoryConference proceedings1733ocn049514713book20010.88Basu, ShamitaReligious revivalism as nationalist discourse : Swami Vivekananda and new Hinduism in nineteenth century BengalHistory"This book is the first to study the Swami's life, teachings, and writings in the light of recent social theories. Vivekananda's thinking is critically examined as a nationalist text and not merely as a discourse on Hindu religion. The author compares the Swami's ideas with the political beliefs of other contemporary public intellectuals. She examines the ways in which Vivekananda's neo-Hinduism emerged as a powerful ideology of Hindu nationalism, combining the European Enlightenment ideals of modernity and rationalism with the Hindu doctrine of Advaita Vedanta."--BOOK JACKET17015ocn017507731book19830.79Burke, Marie LouiseSwami Vivekananda in the West : new discoveriesBiography1611ocn000934792book19740.70Williams, George MThe quest for meaning of Svāmī Vívekānanda: a study of religious changeHistory1463ocn000800404book19730.79Srivastava, Ripusudan PrasadContemporary Indian idealism (with special reference to Swami Vivekananda, Sri Aurobindo, and Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan)History1272ocn004037283book19780.79SatprakashanandaSwami Vivekananda's contribution to the present age1186ocn005734862book19700.06Ray, Irene RThe Story of Vivekananda : (illustrated)Juvenile worksBiographyLife of Swami Vivekananda, 1863-1902; for children+-+5671576645324+-+5671576645324Thu Oct 16 16:01:33 EDT 2014batch82225