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Swami Vivekananda at Thousand Island Park, Taken at Lamson & Van Camp Studios, T.I.P.

Vivekananda at Thousand Island Park

The auspicious place where Swamiji got Nirvikalposamadhi

Columbian Hotel at Thousand Island Park

Students are taught to see God in everything

Vivekananda Cottage ( Dutcher’s House) at Thousand Island Park

” All are but parts of one stupendous whole,/ Whose body Nature is, and God the Soul.” – Alexander Pope

World Teacher Swami Vivekananda is still a vibrant personality and admirable divine soul to the people of East and West . He is sometimes compared with Buddha, a great incarnation of God. In his book Travel and Talk , published in 1896, the Rev. Mr. Haweis gives an account of the Parliament and makes particular mention of ” the popular Hindu Monk ” , even wrote about Swamiji’s physiognomy which has been reproduced by Swami Yogeshananda in Vedanta for East and…

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  1. स्वामी विवेकानंद जी के बहुत सुंदर चित्र हैं। रुद्रा जी का ब्लाग पढ़ा है उनकी काव्य प्रतिभा पर विस्तृत प्रकाश डाला है। आपने उसकी भावाभिव्यक्ति सुंदर चित्रों के माध्यम से की है। बहुत प्रशंसनीय है।

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    1. It’s my pleasure Sir.
      I am thankful to you for such rare collection of photographs and the writings on Swamiji. He is such a great personality, our new generation must get familiar with him world over. I did a small attempt doing that.


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