Sri Ramakrishna: The Supreme Life Changer

by Sibatosh Bagchi  When describing himself, Sri Ramakrishna used two relevant examples — the Karmanasha River and the erstwhile French colony of Farashdanga in Bengal respectively. ((See Dr.Biswanath Chakraborty, Swami Shankarananda, ed. Swami Sarvadevananda...

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The Flower Garden

by Russell Atkinson To the east, far beyond the darkened city of light, the sun rose, as it had since the dawn of time. The lightened city awoke to the caw of crows and the whistle of kites high aloft, as it had since the dawn of cities. Slowly brightening, its light...

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Glass casting of Ganesha — Josephine Lazarus Green Tara Buddha Santa Fe Mountains watercolor  Another large Ganesh Sri Yantra linoleum cut print Incense burners or Menorahs Josephine Lazarus is a long time student of Vedanta. Her early teacher was Swami...

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Ramakrishna Reborn?

by William Page Kolkata, 15 July 2096—It was when a little Finnish girl began speaking her first words that the world first got a hint that Sri Ramakrishna Paramahamsa, the great nineteenth-century Indian saint, had been reborn. The little girl’s name was Anni...

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Swami Vivekananda’s Views on the Religions of the World

by Asim Chaudhuri Introduction      Swami Vivekananda’s first public statement about his views on all the other religions of the world except Hinduism came during his maiden speech at the World’s Parliament of Religions in Chicago. The sentence in which...

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Keep on the Sunny Side

by Jay Traylor (Subrata) Jay Traylor (Subrata) and his wife Jeannie (Madhuri) have been Vedanta devotees since 1974. For 30 years they led the congregational singing of music for the San Diego Branch of the Vedanta Society of Southern...

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Spiritual Approach to the Coronavirus Crisis

by Uma Majmudar You may naturally wonder, what does spirituality have to do with the Coronavirus crisis? How are the two related, if related at all? Isn’t this monstrous virus with its global grip a subject of medical/scientific research and resolution? And shouldn’t...

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The Legend of Shiwido

By Sofía Puerta Webber Illustration by Olga Kolomydtseva Chapter 1 A Friendship Begins When the Shiwido legend was first told to us, something strange was happening in the world. Humans were unable to hug each other, chocolate was scarce in the...

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