A publication of Ramakrishna Math, 300 Pages, Paperback.
Swami Vivekananda was not a man but a movement. He was not a person but a phenomena. He lived for less than forty years, but what he achieved in that short span reads like a fairy tale. Saint and savant, patriot and citizen of the world, seer and singer, humorist and orator by divine right, Yogi and raconteur he touched nothing but adorned. He raised our motherland out of her long, long lethargy and gave us in invigorating Mantra: 'Arise, awake and stop not till the goal is reached.'
He roused the materially affluent West to a recognition of the richness of India's cultural and spiritual heritage. And has assured us that even after shuffling, off the mortal coil he will 'inspire men everywhere until the world shall know that it is one with God.'