Biography of Swami Vivekananda: (স্বামী বিবেকানন্দ) National Youth Day is on 12 January. National Youth Day is a special day dedicated to the youth and youth of India, who have the potential to make the future of the country better and healthier. There is a special reason for celebrating Indian Youth Day on 12 January. Swami Vivekananda was born on this day. Swami Vivekananda’s birth anniversary is on 12 January.
The country celebrates his birth anniversary as National Youth Day every year. The question is what is the relation of Swami Vivekananda with the youth, due to which his birthday was celebrated as Youth Day. When was Vivekananda Jayanti celebrated as National Youth Day? After all, who is Swami Vivekananda and what is his contribution to the progress of the country? Know everything about Swami Vivekananda and the reason and history of celebrating his birth anniversary as National Youth Day.
|Born||12 January, 1863|
|Place of Birth||Kolkata, India|
|Childhood Name||Narendranath Dutta|
|Education||Calcutta Metropolitan School; Presidency College, Calcutta|
|Founder of:||Ramakrishna Mission (1897), Ramakrishna Math, Vedanta Society of New York|
|Literary works||Raja Yoga (1896), Karma Yoga (1896), Bhakti Yoga (1896), Jnana Yoga, My Master (1901), Lectures from Colombo to Almora (1897)|
|Death||4 July, 1902|
|Place of Death||Belur Math, Belur, Bengal|
|Memorial||Belur Math. Belur, West Bengal|
Biography of Swami Vivekananda; Who was Swami Vivekananda? (স্বামী বিবেকানন্দ কে ছিলেন?)
Swami Vivekananda was born on 12 January 1863 in Kolkata. The real name of Swami Vivekananda was Narendranath Dutt. He was a noted and influential spiritual master of Vedanta. From a young age, he became interested in spirituality. Despite being good at studies, when he turned 25, Narendranath, influenced by his guru, renounced worldly attachment and became a sanyasi. After retiring, he was named Vivekananda. In 1881, Vivekananda met Ramakrishna Paramhansa.
Biography of Swami Vivekananda; Since childhood, Narendra was very intelligent and naughty. Not only did he play mischief with his fellow children, when given a chance, he did not miss to do mischief with his teachers as well. In Narendra’s house, daily worship was done regularly, being of religious nature, Mother Bhuvaneshwari Devi was very fond of listening to the stories of Puranas, Ramayana, Mahabharata etc.
The narrators used to come regularly to his house. Bhajan-Kirtan was also held regularly. Due to the influence of the family’s religious and spiritual environment, the values of religion and spirituality were deeply ingrained in the mind of child Narendra since childhood. Due to the rituals and religious environment of the parents, the yearning to know God and attain Him was visible in the child’s mind since childhood. In the eagerness to know about God, sometimes he used to ask such questions that even his parents and narrator Panditji used to get confused.
Allegiance to the master (মাস্টারের প্রতি আনুগত্য)
Once someone showed hatred and inaction in the service of Gurudev and frowned with hatred. Seeing this Swami Vivekananda got angry. He used to teach lessons to that Guru Bhai and, showing his love for everything of Gurudev, used to throw a spittoon filled with blood, phlegm etc. near his bed. It was only by the majesty of such exclusive devotion and loyalty to the Guru that he could best serve the body of his Guru and his divine ideals. They could understand Gurudev, merge their own existence into the form of Gurudev. To spread the fragrance of India’s invaluable spiritual treasure to the whole world. At the foundation of this great personality of his was such Guru-Bhakti, Guruseva and exclusive loyalty to the Guru!
Chicago Religion General Conference Speech (শিকাগো ধর্ম সাধারণ সম্মেলনের বক্তৃতা)
American sisters and brothers,
My heart fills with indescribable joy as I stand to express my gratitude to you for the cordiality and affection with which you have welcomed us. I thank you on behalf of the oldest tradition of ascetics in the world; Give thanks on behalf of the Mother of Religions; And I also thank you on behalf of all categories of Hindus of all sects and religions.
I would also like to thank some of the speakers from this forum who, while mentioning Prachi’s representatives, have told you that these people from faraway countries can claim the pride of spreading the spirit of tolerance in different countries. . I take pride in being a follower of a religion that has taught the world both tolerance and universal acceptance. We do not only believe in tolerance towards all religions, but accept all religions as true.
Ruchinam Vaichitriyadrujukutilanapathjusham. Nrnameko gamyasthvamasi payasamrnava ev..
– ‘Like different rivers coming out of different sources and joining the sea, similarly, O Lord! According to different interests, people going through different crooked or straight paths finally come and meet in you.
This meeting, which is one of the best sacred conferences ever held, is itself a rendition of this wonderful teaching of the Gita and its declaration to the world:
Interesting facts about Swami Vivekananda
Swami Vivekananda often used to ask a question to people, have you seen God? No one has got the right answer for this. Once he had asked the same question to Ramakrishna Paramahansa, to which Ramakrishna Paramahansa ji replied, Yes, I see God as clearly as you are, but I am able to feel him more deeply than you. Am.
– Swami Vivekananda founded the Ramakrishna Mission in Kolkata in 1897. At the same time, in 1898, Ramakrishna Math was also established at Belur on the banks of river Ganga.
On September 11, 1893, the Parliament of Religions was organized in America, in which Swami Vivekananda also participated. Here he began his speech in Hindi by saying ‘brothers and sisters of America’. His speech was applauded for two full minutes at the Art Institute of Chicago. Which got recorded as an event of pride and honor in the history of India.
Why is the Youth Day celebrated on the birth anniversary of Swami Vivekananda? (কেন স্বামী বিবেকানন্দের জন্মবার্ষিকীতে যুব দিবস পালন করা হয়?)
Swami Vivekananda is called all-rounder. He was a knower of religion, philosophy, history, art, social science, literature. Apart from being good in education, he also had knowledge of Indian classical music. Apart from this, Vivekananda ji was also a good player. He is no less than an inspiration to the youth. On many occasions, he encouraged the youth to move forward with his precious thoughts and inspirational words. That is why Swami Vivekananda ji Jayanti is celebrated as National Youth Day.
Biography of Swami Vivekananda; When and how National Youth Day started
The beginning of dedicating the birthday of Swami Vivekananda to the youth started in 1984. In those days the Government of India had said that Swami Vivekananda’s philosophy, ideals and way of working can be a great source of inspiration for the Indian youth. Since then it has been announced to celebrate the birth anniversary of Swami Vivekananda as National Youth Day.