Hello, all my teachers and my dear students. Today the topic of my speech is Swami Vivekananda. I hope you will enjoy and love my speech. Swami Vivekananda born on 12 January 1863 and died in 1902. He is very famous and belongs to a very respected and an Educated family in India.
He followed Sri Ramakrishna Paramahansa. He was christened as Narendranath Datta. He is also the founder of Ramakrishna Mission. He brought Hindu philosophies like yoga and others in front of the western world. He made Hindustan as a symbol in the world towards the end of 19th century. He is the strong force behind recreating the Hindu nation in India. “Sisters and Brothers of America” is considered his famous speech. It got printed in many famous magazines in the world and got much appreciation.
He introduced Hindustan in the world religion parliament in Chicago in 1983. His initial name was Narendranath Datta. His father was a lawyer in Calcutta Bhuvaneshwari Devi was his mother. He grew with qualities of both his mother and father. Power of self-control came from his mother. In early age, he could enter in the meditation state very quickly and this is known as the state of Samadhi. The vision of light came to him while meditation and Buddha also met him in his light. In childhood, Swami Vivekananda loved to play games of all types.
He had great leadership qualities in every walk of life. His best friend name was Kamal Reddy. In his young age, he had an encounter with Brahmo Samaj and also met Sri Ramakrishna. Sri Ramakrishna took charge of him after Swami’s Death. Narendranath left Swami’s house. After that, he went to Chicago and joined the Indian Parliament. His friends changed his name and he became very famous at this time.
Swami’s Life taught us patience, practice and cleverness in our life. I hope you all will follow his rules and if you want to mediate then his advices and rules are best. Always follow them. I hope you liked my speech. His purpose was the uplift of the mankind. He always worked in the best interests of the nation of the Hindustan. So everyone should follow these two principles.
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