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An Inspirational Story Of Swami Vivekananda: National Youth Day:


An Inspirational Story Of Swami Vivekananda:National Youth Day

Today, We will discuss a great person who does really motivate you every moment in your life. Swami Vivekananda, who had scattered abroad in the form of the essence of Indian culture as a young sannyasin, was the art of philosophy and history. 

Swami Vivekananda - Swami Vivekananda has shown a new path to the younger world by composing texts such as 'Yoga', 'Raja Yoga' and 'Gyan Yog', whose effect will shine on the public for ages and ages. 

Their memorial built in Kanyakumari today, Swami Vivekananda - Swami Vivekananda tells the story of greatness.

                "The only way to know the extent of the possible is to go beyond impossible."

Such thinking personalities were Swami Vivekananda - Swami Vivekananda. Those who, through spiritual, religious knowledge, taught all human life through their creations, were always great men who trusted in karma. Swami Vivekananda - Swami Vivekananda believed that for achieving its goal, one should keep on trying until the goal is achieved.

The thoughts of Swami Vivekananda, who had a bright talent, were quite influenced by the idea that if one applies in his life, then success can definitely be achieved - this is not the same, Vivekananda encouraged people with ideas from his spirituality, from which one thought Type is -

                                          'Get up and wake up until you get the goal'.

The early life of Swami Vivekananda:



Swami Vivekananda was born on 12 January 1863 in Kolkata, his name was kept as Narendranath in childhood. His father's name was Vishwanath Dutt and mother's name was Bhuvaneshwari Devi. Vishwanath Dutt was a successful and well known lawyer of the Calcutta High Court of his time, he was also a knowledgeer of English and Persian.

Mother Bhuvaneshwari Devi was a wise and wise woman, she was proficient in religious texts like Mahabharata and Ramayana. He was also the best known of English. In such a situation.

It was natural that Balendra Narendra got an early knowledge of Western English language in his home and he got an opportunity to understand the Hindu religion and culture from his mother.

In the canopy of the mother, there was such a profound effect of spiritualism on the child, that he used to be engrossed in meditation at home. 

It is said that one day he became so engrossed in meditation in the house that when the people broke the door of the room and shook them sharply, then they got distracted by going to someplace.

Going forward, this child has become the bearer of meditation, spiritualism, nationalism, Hindu religion and culture all over the world and famous for the name of Swami Vivekananda.

Balendra Narendra enrolled in school at the age of six years. The thing is 1877 when he was studying in the third grade. His family had to go to Raipur suddenly for some reason, the conditional child was interrupted only during the education of Narendra.



Two years later, his family returned to Calcutta, but seeing the grace of God and the sharp intellect of the child, the school re-admitted him. Balendra Narendra also did not lose time in studies so much that he completed the course of three years in a year.

The result of the dedication to God and education was that in the examination for admission to college, Narendra passed with special qualifications and got admission to the famous Presidency College in Kolkata. Presidency College Principal, W. W. 

He was very impressed with the talent of Youth Narendra, he once said, 'I have gone to many countries and I have many dear students, but I have not seen the talented and disciplined disciples like Narendra'.
Student was influenced by the ideas of Narendra John Stuart, Herbert Spencer and Hume in life. His study brought about a considerable change in young Narendra's ideas.During this time, he leaned towards Brahma Samaj, due to his strong desire to know the truth, he came in contact with Maharishi Devendra Nath Thakur, leader of Brahmo Samaj.

One day, the young Narendra asked Devendra Nath Thakur, 'Have you seen God?' He was amazed by this question of Narendra. In order to calm the curiosity of Yuva Narendra, he advised Narendra to go to Ramkrishna Paramahansa, Ramakrishna Paramahamsa was then a priest at Kali Mandir of Dakshineswar in Kolkata.

Although Narendra had heard about Ramkrishna Paramhans from his college Principal William Hasty, his meditation at that time was not attracted to Ramkrishna Paramhans, now when he heard mention of Devendra Nath Thakur, he decided to meet Paramhans. And reached them.

He also asked Paramahansa the same question of whether he has seen God? Responding to Yuva Narendra's question, Ramkrishna Paramahansa said, 'Yes have seen and talked, just like I am seeing you and talking to you'.


Young Narendra was impressed with the ideas of Ramkrishna Paramhans, he now started to visit the Dakshineswar temple and went on to strengthen his relationship with Ramkrishna Paramhans.

The spiritual journey of Swami Vivekananda:

In 1884, Narendra's father died, there was a cloud of the economic crisis in the house. After his father's death, he passed the BA examination and started studying law.

At that time his poverty was that he used to wear tired clothes and go to college without shoes, but in this poverty, his attraction towards God and spirituality did not diminish, the proximity between Narendra and Ramkrishna Paramhans grew.

In 1885, Ramkrishna Paramhans suffered from cancer and the next year he went to heaven, after which Narendra established Ramakrishna Union in Biratnagar. However, later it was named Ramakrishna Math.

A few days after the establishment of the Ramakrishna Sangh, Yuva Narendra took a vow of Brahmacharya and sacrifice by worshiping Viraja Home and he became Swami Vivekananda from Narendra. By the year 1888, he stayed at Warahnagar and after that, he left for a tour of India.


While leaving Varanasi, Ayodhya, Lucknow, Agra, Vrindavan, and Hathras, they set out towards the Himalayas. At Hathras railway station, he initiated the station master Sharat Chandra Gupta and made him his first disciple and named him Sadanand.
In 1890, Swamiji returned to Warahnagar. In February 1891, Swamiji became one-on-one and traveled as a Parivrajak for two years.During this visit, he came in contact with Rajput Rajshahi of Rajasthan, Maharaja of Alwar and Khetadi initiated him. After traveling to Rajasthan, he left for Mumbai on a tour of South India.

Swami Ji reached Kanyakumari on December 23, 1892, where he stayed for three days in a long and grave mausoleum. Returning from there, he meets his Gurubhai Swami Brahmand and Swami Thrumanand who resided in Abu Road in Rajasthan.


 In this meeting, he explained his pain and said, 'I have traveled all over India. I am very sorry to see the poverty of the country and the miseries of people, now I am going to America for their liberation.

It is well-known that after the visit of Swami Ji to this America, there was a radical change in the thinking and thinking of India around the world.

Swami Vivekananda’s speech in Chicago:

Swami Vivekananda left for Mumbai from Mumbai on 31 May 1893 to join the World Parliament of Religions. He traveled to Chicago at the end of July in Sri Lanka, Panama, Singapore, Hong Kong, Canton, Nagasaki, Osaka, Kyoto, Tokyo, Yokohama while traveling on the tough sea route.

They came to know that in the first week of September, the Dharma Parishad will begin, but Swamiji was upset by knowing that only representatives of well-known organizations will get the chance to speak.
To deal with this problem, he first contacted a friend of Madras, but he was disappointed, then he contacted Harvard University professor John Henry Wright. Professor Wright invited Swamiji to deliver a speech at Harvard.

Professor Wright was so impressed by Swami Ji's Harvard speech that he asked Swamiji that it is as if asking the person to introduce you as if the sun should be asked which authority he is shining in the sky.

After this, Prof Wright wrote to the President of the Parliament of Religions that please do not allow this great person to be allowed to join the Parliament of Dharma as a representative of India, but not from any organization.

The Parliament of Religions began in Chicago on 11 September 1893. When Swami Vivekananda's turn came to address the religion of the Parliament, he got a little nervous and the drops of sweat shone on his forehead. The people present there felt that this young sannyasi who came from India would not be able to say anything, while restraining himself, Swamiji meditated on his guru and after this he left his mouth and kept listening to the Dharma Parishad.

Speaking before Swamiji in this speech - my brothers and sisters of America. This sweet voice of Swami Ji's love remained amazed and for nearly two minutes, the auditorium was resonating with the thundering of applause, after this Swamiji gave such an exalted speech filled with spirituality and knowledge that in the speech of Swachhaksh in the history of speech Written.


In the speech given by Swami Vivekananda in the World Parliament of Religions, in Chicago, where there was knowledge of Vedic philosophy, there was also the message of living in peace in the world, in his speech, Swami ji struck hard on fanaticism and communalism.

After this, till the day the Dharma Parishad was going on, Swamiji gave the knowledge about the world to the Hindu religion and India, which made the new image of India. 

After the Parliament of Religions, Swamiji's respect increased not only in the US but in the world. 

His hand-tied picture became famous as 'Chicago Pose', his picture of the historic speech was photographed by Thomas Harrison in his camera.

After the end of the Parliament of Religions, Swami Vivekananda continued to spread the teachings of Vedanta in America and Britain for the next three years. 

Swamiji reached Sri Lanka from the US on January 15, 1897, where he received a lot of enthusiasm.

After that he reached Rameshwaram and left for Kolkata towards the railway track, people kept collecting huge numbers for the people to see and hear them all the way. Addressing the people, Swamiji put the development in the center. 

They had understood that their country desperately needed an intermediate development from spirituality.

On returning to Kolkata, on 1st May 1897, Swami Vivekananda laid the foundation of Ramakrishna Mission, the main purpose of Ramakrishna Mission was to make a move in the field of the hospital, school, college and sanitation for the construction of new India.

So far, Swami Vivekananda had become a model for the youth of the country; In the year 1898 Swamiji established the Belur Math and provided a new dimension to Indian life philosophy.

Swami Vivekananda continued his journey in India. On the other hand, on the other hand, he left for America on 20th June 1899 on his second foreign trip, Swamiji opened a spiritual center at places such as California, San Francisco, Almeida, etc. and handed over his charge to his guru Bhai Swami Tiryanand.

In July 1900 Swamiji went to Paris where he joined the Congress of the History Revelations. Traveling to Vienna, Kustantinia, Athens, and Egypt, staying in Paris for almost three months, he returned to India in December.

In India the order of their journey continued continuously, on July 4, 1902, at the age of 39, Swamiji left his body in Belur Math.

Swami Vivekananda’s Contribution to Humanity and Nation:


During his brief life, Swami Vivekananda's confidence in the youth of India will be remembered by many generations of generations and will continue to be guided.

They said - 'Get up, wake up, wake yourself up and wake them. Make your human birth successful and do not wait till you get the goal.

In fact, Swami Vivekananda was not only a saint but a great philosopher, a great patriot, thinker, and writer. He was a vocal opponent of religious flogging and stereotypes. 

He had done spiritual meditation only by keeping religion in the center of human service. Sadly, Swamiji had given a rebellious statement to the people of the country and the people of this region, that the thirty-three million hunger, poor and malnourished people of this country were set up in temples like the Gods and Goddesses. Go and sculptures of gods and goddesses removed from the temples.
Swami Vivekananda believed that squeezing ideas of the best thinkers of the Hindu religion is still a subject of envy for the whole world. 

Swamiji had understood the needs of the people of every corner of the world, this was the reason why he used to talk about spirituality in America and Europe, then talk about development in India.

They knew that there is physical development in the foreign countries and that India needs it, but she did not ask for that growth and prosperity but received the help of her own.

Swamiji believed that we have much more than the West's countries and which we can give them, but for this, we have to first develop our resources.

In the course of this development, Swamiji wanted a huge contribution from the youth of the country. Therefore, he had opposed the Macaulay education system in the country, he used to say that the purpose of this education system is to increase the number of Babus only.

Swami Vivekananda was in support of such an education system in the country, which would lead to the all-round development of the children and youth of the country. 

They considered practical education instead of theoretical education, they considered practical education as the biggest source of self-confidence as well as character creation.
Just a few days back, our Prime Minister Narendra Modi had said that the date of September 11 in America will always be remembered for two major events.They said that this date had two explosions in the United States in two centuries, an explosion was for the welfare of mankind, the second explosion to tarnish humanity in the right direction.
A clear indication of Narendra Modi was the World Famous Speech given to Swami Vivekananda in Chicago on September 11, 1893, on the other hand, on September 11, 2001, there was a terrorist attack on New York's World Trade Center.

It is clear that Swami Vivekananda gave everything to the nation and the world with its contemplation and philosophy whose significance is still alive for human welfare. 

Swamiji has always been an inspiration for the youth of the country and will continue to be an inspiration for generations to come, if we continue on the path shown by them, then India can not stop any force from the world by becoming a world guru.

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