2 edition of story of Swami Rama, the poet monk of the Punjab found in the catalog.
story of Swami Rama, the poet monk of the Punjab
|Contributions||Rama Tirtha, Swami, 1873-1906.|
|LC Classifications||BL1175.R254 S56 1974|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvii, 280 p.,  leaves of plates :|
|Number of Pages||280|
|LC Control Number||75900812|
1) I do not propose any leveling of castes. Caste is a very good thing. Caste is the plan we want to follow. 2) The plan in India is to make everybody a Brahmin, the Brahmin being the ideal of humanity. 3) Indian caste is better than the caste which prevails in Europe or America. → Which caste system prevails in Europe or America Mr. Vivekananda? Here he glorifies caste system in India! An amazing book not just to be read and then left to adorn a bookshelf. This is a book to shift one's paradigm; a book to transform the core of our being; a book full of words and images that will not only uplift, rather it will take the reader in it's loving embrace and rise to the Realms of the Spirit. Who would not want to be "SPIRIT BORN"?Reviews: 5.
From the Heart of the Lotus, the Teaching Stories of Swami Kripalu, Soul to Soul: Poems, Prayers and Stories to end a Yoga Class, A Sunrise of Joy, the Lost Darshans of Swami Kripalu, and The Swami Kripalu Reader, Selected Works from a Yogic Master. His short stories appear in his book: Through the Looking Glass, Stories and Poems from the Road. The book has many charms of its own. It is more interesting than a novel. It is more philosophic than any book on philosophy. It is a complete moral code. Hence, it has influenced me most. It contains the life story of Rama who is thought to be an incarnation of God. Hence it is a religious book which helps us to make us good an pious.
Swami Vivekananda was born as Narendranath Dutta in Calcutta, the capital of British India, on 12 January during the Makar Sankranti festival. He belonged to a traditional Bengali Kayastha (a caste of Hindus) family. There was precedence of ascetics in his family—Narendra's grandfather Durga Charan Datta renounced the world and became a monk at the age of twenty five. . Submitted by on Wed, 05/08/ - in. General News; By Hayagriva Dasa -
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September 9, by Lichtenberg The Story of Swami Rama The Poet Monk of the Punjab by Puran Singh is the biography of Swami Rama (Swami Rama Tirtha). He was a Brahmin and a in a very young age he became a renowned teacher of Vedanta.
He was among the very first story of Swami Rama of esoteric Hinduism to travel to the West. Two of his disciples, S.
Puran Singh and Narayana Swami, wrote biographies. Puran Singh's The Story of Swami Rama: The Poet Monk of the Punjab appeared in and story of Swami Rama published in English as well as in Hindi. Narayana Swami's untitled account was published in Alma Mater: Government College, Lahore.
Two of his closest disciples were Narayan Swami and Puran Singh, who wrote biographies of Rama Tirtha. Puran Singh's "The Story of Swami Rama: The Poet Monk of the Punjab" appeared in and has been printed in English and Hindi.
Narayan Swami's untitled account was published in as part of Rama Tirtha's collected s: 1. Story of Swami Rama: the poet monk of the Punjab Item Preview remove-circle Story of Swami Rama: the poet monk of the Punjab by Singh, Puran. Publication date Topics Biographies - Punjabi Poets, Rama (Swami) - Criticism and interpretation, Biographies - Rama (Swami), Central Secretariat Library Publisher.
Swami Rama was essentially an apostle of the life of the spirit, whose daily food was the Samaran of the name of God-OM. All who knew him saw that he was one who had lost himself in the Lord.
His repetition of this spiritual Mantram sounded like a river of song flowing out of him. The Story of Swami Rama The Poet Monk of the Punjab by Puran Singh is the biography of Swami Rama (Swami Rama Tirtha). He was a Brahmin and a in Read more and download PDF Download Spiritual Texts as free PDF e-books.
Two of his disciples, S. Puran Singh and Narayana Swami, wrote biographies. Puran Singh's The Story of Swami Rama: The Poet Monk of the Punjab appeared in and was published inEnglish as well. Two of his disciples, S. Puran Singh and Narayana Swami, wrote biographies. Puran Singh's The Story of Swami Rama: The Poet Monk of the Punjab appeared in and was published in English as well.
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The story of Swami Rama, the poet monk of the Punjab / by Puran SinghAuthor: Puran () Singh. About the book. An initiate of the late Swami Venkatesananda, Durga Rahasya builds on the insights vouchsafed by him.
It brings out the cosmological, anthropolo- gical and existen. His poetry was composed in free verse and explored the experience of villagers, peasants and the his prose writing published works are The Book of Ten Masters,The Spirit Born People,Swami Rama in English and Khulle Lekh in Punjabi and Kanya Daan te hor Lekh in Hindi.
Swami Rama, whose legal name is Brij Keshore Kumar, was born in in Uttar Pradesh, according to his official biography, parts of which appeared in the Mareh/April issue of Yoga Journal. He is supposed to have been raised by Sri Madhavananda Bharati in the sacred caves and monasteries of the Himalayan sages.
Puran Singh, a great Punjabi poet and writer, was an eyewitness to these lectures. He writes in The Story of Swami Rama - “One of the causes, which led him (Swami Rama) to seek the role of a monk, in my opinion, was his meeting with Swami Vivekananda at Lahore.
By Swami Rama,Swami Ajaya Published on Ordained a monk at a young age by a great sage of the Himalayas, Swami Rama was involved in a learning journey from monasteries to caves, studying and livi. Swami Vivekananda (Bengali: [ʃami bibekanɔndo] (); 12 January – 4 July ), born Narendranath Datta (Bengali: [nɔrendronatʰ dɔto]), was an Indian Hindu monk, a chief disciple of the 19th-century Indian mystic Ramakrishna.
He was a key figure in the introduction of the Indian philosophies of Vedanta and Yoga to the Western world and is credited with raising interfaith awareness.
Hagiography, the saint's life, is one of the most popular genres of religious literature in India. For this study, Robin Rinehart has delved into the multiple written and oral accounts of the life of Swami Rama Tirtha (). While the earliest accounts of his life portray him as a deeply spiritual man and compelling religious leader, the most recent accounts make far more sweeping claims.
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Swami Rama Tirtha did not establish a new faith. Instead, he transcended all institutions and religions alike. His vision was a call-back to the real spirit of Vedanta which he defined as the.English work that has already been published (part of it reissued) includes The Book of the Ten Masters, Sisters of the Spinning Wheel, The Spirit Born People, The Spirit of Oriental Poetry, Seven Baskets of Prose Poems, and Swami Rama–this last being the story of the famous Yogi, Rama Tiratha, who too like Puran Singh came from the Punjab.Puran Singh has 32 books on Goodreads with ratings.
Puran Singh’s most popular book is Gitagovinda of Jayadeva: Love Song of the Dark Lord.