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    • Swami Vivekananda, London, 1896
    • Bhuvaneshwari Devi (1847 – 1911)
    • Varanasi, the City of Lights, from the Ganga
    • Vireshwar Shiva, Varanasi
    • Vivekananda’s ancestral house (foreground), 3 Gour Mohan Mukherjee Lane, Calcutta
    • Vivekananda’s Palm
    • Swarnamayee Devi, Elder Sister of Swami Vivekananda
    • Mahendranath Datta (younger brother of Swami Vivekananda
    • Bhupendranath Datta (1880 – 1961) younger brother of Vivekananda
    • Vivekananda’s study room at grandmother’s residence, 9 Ramtanu Bose Lane, Calcutta
    • Principal W W Hastie
    • Ramachandra Datta
    • Sri Ramakrishna, Dakshineswar, 1884
    • Sri Ramakrishna in samadhi (Calcutta, 21 September 1879)
    • Sri Ramakrishna, Calcutta, 10 December 1881 a few weeks after his meeting with Narendra
    • The Dakshineswar Temple (founded 1855) : Sri Ramakrishna lived and taught here for thirty years.
    • The temple garden of Dakshineswar from the Ganga
    • Rani Rashmani
    • Mathuranath Biswas (1817 – 1871) Son-in-law of Rani Rashmani
    • Holy Mother (Sarada Devi, the wife of Sri Ramakrishna)
    • Nahabat
    • Radhakanta
    • Mother Bhavatarini at Dakshineswar
    • Mother Bhavatarini Kali at Dakshineswar
    • Kali
    • Sri Ramakrishna’s room at Dakshineswar
    • The Western Verandah of Sri Ramakrishna’s Room
    • The Northern verandah of Sri Ramakrishna’s room
    • Jadu Mallick’s garden house, Dakshineswar
    • The Panchavati at Dakshineswar where Sri Ramakrishna, and later his disciples, practiced many spiritual disciplines
    • Cossipore gardenhouse Where Sri Ramakrishna lived during his last days (11 th Dec 1885 to 16 Aug 1886)
    • Sri Ramakrishna’s room at Cossipore
    • Cossipore, 1886
    • Calcutta, ca. 1886
    • Cossipore garden house 16 August 1886
    • (Sri Ramakrishna’s dead body, which has been masked) Cossipore garden house, 16 August 1886
    • Surendra Nath Mitra (1850 – 1890)
    • Painting of Sri Ramakrishna by Frank Dvorak, an Austrian artist
    • Ramakrishna Monastery at Barangore
    • Barangore Math, 1887
    • Antpur, where the sacred fire was lighted, (where the stone slab stands now)
    • Sri Ramakrishna’s disciples
    • Maharaja Ajit Singh of Khetri
    • (Probably) Jaipur, 1891
    • Belgaum, October 1892
    • Sri Chamaraja Wodeyar
    • Trivandrum, Dec 1892
    • Mother Kumari at Kanyakumari Temple
    • Vivekananda Rock (centre) Kanyakumari
    • Bhaskara Setupati
    • Alasinga Perumal
    • Vivekananda as an itinerant monk, Madras, 1893
    • The Empress of India, which Vivekananda took from Yokohama to Vancouver, Canada
    • Basin and Court of Honour at the World’s Fair seen from behind the statues of the Republic
    • Bird’s eye view of the Columbian Exposition
    • Ferris Wheel
    • Katherine Abbot Sanborn
    • Breezy Meadows, Metcalf, Massachusetts
    • An early photograph in America
    • Professor John Henry Wright
    • Mary Tappan Wright
    • The Hale residence, 541 Dearborn Avenue, Chicago, which Swamiji made his headquarters
    • Mrs. George W. Hale
    • George W. Hale
    • The four cousins left to right: Harriet McKindley, Mary Hale, Isabelle McKindley, Harriet Hale
    • Rev. John Henry Barrows, Chairman of the General Committee
    • Mrs. John B. Lyon
    • Mr. John B. Lyon
    • The Art Institute of Chicago, 1893
    • Hall of Columbus, Art Institute, Chicago, 1893
    • A view of the delegates at the Parliament of Religions
    • Vivekananda on the platform of the parliament
    • CHICAGO ADDRESS 11th September, 1893 Sisters and Brothers of America, It fills my heart with joy unspeakable to rise in response to the warm and cordial welcome which you have given us. I thank you in the name of the most ancient order of monks in the world; I thank you in the name of the mother of religions; and I thank you in the name of the millions and millions of Hindu people of all classes and sects. My thanks, also, to some of the speakers on this platform who referring to the delegates from the Orient, have told you that these men from far-off nations may well claim the honour of bearing to different lands the idea of toleration. I am proud to belong to a religion which has taught the world both tolerance and universal acceptance. We believe not only in universal toleration, but we accept all religions as true. I am proud to belong to a nation which has sheltered the persecuted and the refugees of all religions and all nations of the earth. I am proud to tell you that we have gathered in our bosom the purest remnant of the Israelites who came to Southern India and took refuge with us in the very year in which their holy temple was shattered to pieces by Roman tyranny. I am proud to belong to the religion which has sheltered and is still fostering the remnant of the grand Zoroastrian nation. I will quote to you, brethren, a few lines from a hymn which I remember to have repeated by millions of human beings:
      • “ As the different streams having their sources in different places all mingle their water in the sea, so, O Lord, the different paths which men take through different tendencies, various though they appear, crooked or straight, all lead to Thee .”
          • The present convention, which is one of the most august assemblies ever held, is in itself a vindication, a declaration to the world of the wonderful doctrine preached in the Gètá: “ Whosoever comes to Me, through whatsoever form, I reach him; all men are struggling through paths which in the end lead to me .” Sectarianism, bigotry, and its horrible descendant - fanaticism, have long possessed this beautiful earth. They have filled the earth with violence, drenched it often and often with human blood, destroyed civilization, and sent the whole nations to despair. Had it not been for these horrible demons, human society would be far more advanced than it is now. But their time is come; and I fervently hope that the bell that tolled this morning in honour of this convention may be the death knell of all fanaticism, of all persecutions with the sword or with the pen, and of all uncharitable feelings between persons wending their way to the same goal.
    • East India group at Chicago, 1893 : Left to right : Narasimhacharya, Lakshminarayan, Vivekananda, H Dharmapala and Virchand Gandhi
    • Vivekananda as a delegate to the Parliament of Religions, Sept 1893
    • Chicago, September 1893
    • Parliament of Religions
    • Parliament of Religions
    • Scene at the Parliament on the evening of the last day, 27 th Sept 1893
    • SARAH J FARMER
    • Greenacre 1894
    • Greenacre 1894
    • Greenacre 1894
    • Greenacre 1894
    • Chicago 1894
    • Mrs J J Bagley
    • Dr Lewis G Janes
    • Leon Landsberg
    • New York, 1895
    • New York, 1895
    • Robert Ingersoll, an agnostic philosopher and orator
    • John D. Rockefeller, ca. 1890
    • William James, a famous American philosopher and author of Varieties of Religious Experience, ca. 1895
    • Mme. Emma Calve, a famous French opera singer
    • Ella Wheeler Wilcox, an American poet, 1896
    • Dora Rothelsberger, New York, 1895
    • Harriet Monroe, a poet
    • Sister Devamata (Laura Glenn)
    • Malvina Hoffman, a sculptor
    • Emma Thursby, a singer
    • Sara Bull, widow of Ole Bull, the celebrated Norwegian violinist. Swamiji used to call her Dhiramata( steady mother)
    • Josephine MacLeod, Stuttgart, Germany, 1885( age 27)
    • Betty Leggett, 1896
    • Francis H. Leggett, 1896
    • Alberta Sturgess
    • Nikola Tesla (1856- 1943), an electrical inventor, ca 1895
    • Camp Percy
    • Vivekananda Cottage at Thousand Island Park, New York
    • Christine Greenstidel, a disciple of Vivekananda
    • Edward T. Sturdy, ca. 1902
    • London, Dec 1896
    • London 1896
    • London, 1895
    • Sister Nivedita, an Irish disciple of Vivekananda
    • J.J. Goodwin, an English disciple of Vivekananda
    • Pofessor Paul Deussen, a great German Orientalist
    • Professor Max Muller, a famous German Orientalist and author of many books, including Ramakrishna and his sayings
    • John Henry Sevier
    • Charlotte Elizabeth Sevier
    • Madras, Feb 1897
    • Vivekananda House, Madras
    • Madras, Feb 1897
    • Kolkata, 28 th Feb 1897
    • Gopal Lal Seal’s garden house, Cossipore, Mar 1897
    • Balaram Bose’s house in Calcutta
    • House boat in Kashmir , 1898
    • Kashmir, 1898
    • Kashmir, 1898
    • Road to Amaranath
    • Ice Lingam, Amaranath
    • Kshir Bhavani Temple, Kashmir
    • Kshir Bhavani Temple, Kashmir
    • Swami Vivekananda’s Handwriting
    • Belur Math, 19 th June 1899
    • Bosepara Lane, Calcutta, 20 th June 1899
    • Ridgely Manor, Stone Ridge, back view, ca 1899
    • The little Cottage at Ridgely, front view (Vivekananda, Turriyananda and Abhedananda were housed here)
    • Vivekananda and Sara Bull, Ridgely Manor, Oct 1899
    • Ridgely Manor, Oct 1899
    • Los Angeles, ca 1890’s
    • Poster of the Parliament of Religions, Chicago World’s Fair, 1893
    • At the house of Mrs. Wyckoff at Pasadena, 1900
    • South Pasadena, 1900
    • Echo Mountain House, Mount Lowe
    • Echo Mountain House Funicular, Mount Lowe, California, January 1900 (Vivekananda, second row, fifth from left)
    • Washington Hall, Red Men’s Building, San Francisco, ca. 1900 (third building from right)
    • Edith B. Allan, ca 1902
    • Thomas J. Allan, ca. 1907
    • San Francisco, 1900
    • Vivekananda’s description of the Sri Ramakrishna Order Emblem
    • Paris Exposition, 1900
    • Eiffel Tower surrounded by Paris Exposition, 1900
    • Sarah Bernhardt
    • Orient Express Poster
    • Advaita Ashrama, Mayavati, Himalayas
    • Belur Math on the Ganga
    • Old Belur Math Building
    • Belur Math Courtyard
    • Vivekananda’s room at Belur Math
    • Vivekananda Temple at Belur Math
    • OM Symbol above Vivekananda’s Shrine
    • Vivekananda’s bas-relief
    • Sri Ramakrishna Temple, Belur Math
    • The Present Belur Math from Ganga