Swami vivekananda and the making of modern india amiya prosad sen swami vivekananda emphasized that our everyday life would be more meaningful only when spiritualized. In several ways, the life and work of swami vivekananda (1863-1902) mark the historical process of india rediscovering herself in modern times these are also emblematic of the ways in which a tradition modernizes or creates alternative forms of modernity.
Correlation of modern india's problems and swami vivekananda: (1) crime and public morality: primitive men used to kill animals for there survival, but modern men kills for satisfaction, money, to show courage, etc.
The problems of modern india and swami vivekanand narendranath dutta known to the world as swami vivekananda was born on january 12th, 1863. Jawaharlal nehru: 'swami vivekananda- a builder of modern india' rooted in the past and full of pride in india’s prestige, swami vivekananda was yet modern in his approach to life’s problems and was a kind of bridge between the past of india and her present. More swami vivekananda was an embodiment of hindu culture: vice president » aspects of our shared cultural heritage that were articulated so elegantly and emphatically by the great sage of modern india, swami vivekananda in his chicago addresses has most deeply pondered over the greatest problems of life, and has found solutions of.
The problem of modern india and its solution (the above is a translation of the bengali article written by swami vivekananda as an introduction to the udbodhana, when it was started on the 14th of january, 1899, as the bengali fortnightly (afterwards monthly) journal of the ramakrishna order) the ancient history of india is full of descriptions of the gigantic energies and their multifarious. They worked too slowly for modern times but when stricken by cancer at the end, he would let all the schools of medicine try their hand swami vivekananda too, in his approach to health and treatment, felt that all types of health management could be tried.
(right) swami vivekananda with the east indian group, in the photo: (from left to right) narasimha chaira, lakeshnie narain, vivekananda, h dharmapala, and virchand gandhi the parliament of the world's religions opened on 11 september 1893 at the art institute of chicago as part of the world's columbian exposition.
Following in swami vivekananda’s footsteps and practicing the ideals and principles that he preached would help the populace of modern india be less selfish so as to consider the needs of others and less greedy so that people think twice before extorting and bullying some poor guy for their money.