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By Swami Tejasananda
The lifestyles and message of Swami Vivekananda are a resource of serious suggestion to many of their person in addition to collective existence. the current brief biography is meant to fulfill the desires of these who've neither the time nor the chance to learn higher works in regards to the Swami. a flexible genius because the nice Swami used to be, and many-sided as have been his actions, it truly is idle to pray whole photo of his significant lifestyles can be given in the sort of small compass. the following an try is made to offer just a glimpse of this nice character in order that humans may possibly develop into to grasp extra approximately him.
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The kind-hearted lady invited him into her house and promised him that after breakfast she herself would accompany him to the offices of the Parliament of Religions. The Swami was grateful beyond words to his deliverer, Mrs. George W. Hale. From now on the generous lady, her husband and children became his dearest friends. With Mrs. Hale he called on the officers of the Parliament, gave his credentials, was gladly accepted as a delegate, and found himself lodged with the other Oriental delegates.
With a view to giving a concrete shape to his Vedantic work on the American soil, the Swami after the close of his public lectures in the latter SWAMI VIVEKANANDA 65 part of February 1896, organized the Vedanta movement into a definite society and began to issue his teachings in book form. Thus came into existence The Vedanta Society of New York, a nonsectarian body with the aim of preaching and practising Vedanta and applying its principles to all faiths. Its members met regularly at appointed times for the purpose of carrying on co-operative and organized work, and for the study and propaganda of Vedanta literature.
He found that he had left India much too early, and also discovered that he should have come as a representative of some recognized organization. Then, too, his purse was gradually being emptied. A great depression came over him. He cabled to his friends in Madras for help and applied to an official religious Society to appoint him as one of its delegates, but the chief of the Society sent him a very discouraging reply. Girding up his loins even in the face of these overwhelming odds of a discouraging situation, the Swami proceeded to Boston, which was much less expensive than Chicago.