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All the nine published volumes of Swami Vivekananda's works are available here. All proceeds from the sale of this book are donated to Advaita Ashrama, founded by Swami Vivekananda.

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Swami Vivekananda is regarded in India as a patriot and saint. He came to the United States and spoke at the World's Parliament of Religion in Chicago.

After the Parliament, the Swami traveled throughout the United States and England lecturing and giving the Western world his best teachings on Vedanta, teachings that seemed customized for the particular needs of the western mind. His first book on the yoga of meditation was assembled and published as Raja Yoga. Later came out a collection of his talks on the intellectually demanding approach Jnana Yoga, and finally, talks on the yoga approaches that suit most people Karma and Bhakti Yoga. A series of private talks to his most serious students at Thousand Islands Park in New York was later published as Inspired Talks.

After four years, Vivekananda finally returned to India for a hero's welcome. Here he was able to put many of his ideas in practice such as service to the poor, education, hospitals, and relief in times of natural disaster. A major day came in 1899 when the permanent headquarters of his brother monks, called the Ramakrishna Order of India, was consecrated. He said to his disciples,

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Por Manny em 12 de janeiro de 2016
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It is humanly impossible to ingest all this in one's lifetime. I am still meditating on Swami Vivekanand's definition of Atma (soul, sort of) and Parmatma (supreme soul/creator), the former being a circle with the center in the body and circumference nowhere (with transmigration moving the center of the circle from one body to other) and the latter a circle with the center everywhere and circumference nowhere. Only a genius can decode the most complex of all complexities with such logic. He was a spiritual giant. Not to offend any Hindu, Vedanti or Eastern philosopher, but this Works in itself is no less an upanishad or a Hindu scripture.

May we all be granted enough wisdom and courage to understand and experience just a bit of what is laid out here!

Today is Swami Vivekananda's 153rd birth anniversary, which I am celebrating with a week-long "Guhaasth" (living in peace and seclusion by creating a cave (guhaa) like ambience right at home, reading this Works, meditating and observing silence). Swamiji, please continue to guide me and help me intensify the fire you have lit within me.
॥ हरि: ॐ तत् सत् ॥
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Por Claudio Faria AVALIADOR TOP 100 em 22 de agosto de 2014
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Forget those fake gurus who fascinate by rarely visible miracles. Recognize the vanity of those who justify their luxurious silk robes. Keep in mind that the journey of the spirit is incompatible with deceptive formulas for success of the ego.

Know a real sage, a great man, a great master.His words burn like fire
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Ainda estou lendo, mas é excelente! Estou indicando para todos os meus alunos. Tem até comentários sobre o Yoga Sutra de Patânjali.
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5.0 de 5 estrelas An Encyclopedia 28 de outubro de 2011
Por Vaibhao S Puranik - Publicada na Amazon.com
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These nine volumes are like an encyclopedia. It has everything Karma Yoga, Raja Yoga, Bhakti Yoga & Jnana yoga. It also contains lectures given by Swamiji on Gita, Upanishada, Vedanta and so on. And of course one gets to know Swami Vivekananda and his teachings.
Although its available online, I am very happy to have it on my Kindle.
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5.0 de 5 estrelas Good table of contents and search capability on this Kindle edition 7 de janeiro de 2015
Por Musa - Publicada na Amazon.com
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The most substantial "negative" comment on this volume in past reviews is that there is no TOC. I hesitated to urchase this book but decided to download the trial first to see if a TOC had been added sinc ethat negative review was posted. And..yes, there is now a TOC.

As of today (Jan. 6 2015) there is a very detailed TOC with live links to each section of eafch volume. The TOC is so large that it is difficult to navigate but this is easily remedied by doing a search for the word "Volume" - you get a list of each of the 9 volume headings and from there you can click on whatever section you want. Each section is also numbered so if you know the volume and section you are looking for you can search on the number (for example 7.1) and navigate directly to that section or any of its subsectoins (7.1.1, 7.1.2 etc.)

Combine this workable TOC with the Kindle's ability to search for any concept (like "karma") and this Kindle edition is a practical a way to access Vivekananda's writings and talks as you are ever likely to find. As a bonus text to speech (TTS) is enabled. If you have a fluid TTS voice installed on your tablet (my favorite is the British TTS voice "Brian" which is available on the HDX tabletsg) you an turn on text to speech and imagine you are at one of Vivekananda's talks.
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5.0 de 5 estrelas Best Book to Understand the Dharma 22 de março de 2012
Por Apurva - Publicada na Amazon.com
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This book covers everything one should know about the "Hinduism". The writing of Swami is visionary and very educative about what "Hinduism" means? The book takes one to the different paths of reaching to unity or say peace with oneself and ultimate truth what everyone in their life wants to achieve. It is a must read/study book for any person religious or non religious or a student or educated or a preacher or non believer of any Religion/Dharma.
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5.0 de 5 estrelas Awesome book - will wake you up to true philosophy! 7 de setembro de 2013
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The clarity of Swami Vivekananda is incredible. His ability to explain the philosophy of India and provide an inclusive approach to all humanity is beyond superlatives. If you are a sincere seeker from any religion, read this book and then continue on your path with renewed vigour and insight!.
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5.0 de 5 estrelas "in centuries to come, he will be remembered as one of the main moulders of the modern world.."- A L Basham 13 de julho de 2015
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This kindle version of this book was the need of these days....we need to spread Swamiji's work in every way possible. If you are interested in Hinduism or Budhhism or Indian Culture or you are just in search for a greater peaceful life you should read this book. Just to reach all the people we are getting this a way below than a nominal rate. But the content of this book can change your view towards life forever. I hope all the Indians may already know about Swamiji a little or more. For the Non-Indian people I am giving a little history about his profound influence on Western Countries:

Swami Vivekananda, the nineteenth-century Indian Hindu monk is considered as one of the most influential people of modern India and Hinduism.

Vivekananda, during and after his tour of western countries in Europe and the United States had profound influence on notable personalities, who either became his ardent devotees or friends and some even his ardent disciples and many of whom even became ascetics. Right at the beginning of his visit to Chicago to address the Parliament of World Religions Professor John Henry Wright of Harvard University, invited him to speak at Harvard. He pointed out to Vivekananda the necessity of going to the Parliament of Religions, which he thought would give an introduction to the nation. Wright's reasoning was "To ask for your credentials is like asking the sun to state its right to shine in the heavens". Some of such well-known luminaries are: Max Müller (Indologist), J. J. Goodwin, John Henry Barrows, Mark Twain, Sturdy, Romain Rolland, Sara Chapman Bull, his American mother and benefactor, Mary Hale, Josephine MacLeod, Christine Greenstidel (who later came to be known as Sister Christine, Maragaret Noble (Sister Nivedita in later years), William James, Josiah Royce, Robert G. Ingersoll, Nikola Tesla, Lord Kelvin, Harriet Monroe, Ella Wheeler Wilcox, Sarah Bernhardt, Emma Calvé and Hermann Ludwig Ferdinand von Helmholtz He initiated several followers : Marie Louise (a French woman) became Swami Abhayananda, and Leon Landsberg became Swami Kripananda.

American industrialist John D. Rockefeller reportedly made his first large donation for public welfare and later became a notable philanthropist after a meeting with Vivekananda. Vivekananda succinctly explained to Rockfeller that his philanthropy would only be a channel to help the poor and distressed people.

Vivekananda influenced French Opera singer Emma Calvé, who wrote in her autobiography:

It has been my good fortune and my joy to know a man who truly "walked with God," a noble being, a saint, a philosopher, and a true friend. His influence upon my spiritual life was profound. He opened up new horizons before me, enlarging and vivifying my religious ideas and ideals, teaching me a broader understanding of truth. My soul will bear him an eternal gratitude.

Vivekananda's life and works have influenced many scholars, writers, politicians worldwide. French writer Romain Rolland wrote that Vivekananda was "energy personified". Rolland felt "kingliness" was Vivekananda's characteristics, "He was a born king and nobody ever came near him in India or America without paying homage to his majesty." American writer, historian, philosopher Will Durant told, the speeches of Vivekananda were more "virile" than the ones delivered in the Vedic times.

The nationalist leader and the first president of independent Indonesia Sukarno said that it was Swami Vivekananda who inspired him to become strong and to serve God and mankind. Historian and Indologist Arthur Llewellyn Basham compared Vivekananda with other eminent religious figures of India such as Kabir, Adi Shankara, Chaitanya. Russian academician and public figure Eugene Chelyshev was an ardent admirer of Swami Vivekananda. He said:

"Reading and re-reading the works of Vivekananda each time I find in them something new that helps deeper to understand India, its philosophy, the way of the life and customs of the people in the past and the present, their dreams of the future..."

Barack Obama, the President of the United States, quoted Vivekananda's words in his speech delivered in India in November 2010. He said:

"Instead of succumbing to division, you have shown that the strength of India—the very idea of India—is its embrace of all colors, castes and creeds. It's the diversity represented in this chamber today. It's the richness of faiths celebrated by a visitor to my hometown of Chicago more than a century ago—the renowned Swami Vivekananda. He said that, "holiness, purity and charity are not the exclusive possessions of any church in the world, and that every system has produced men and women of the most exalted character."
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