Sister Nivedita

Complete Works of Sister Nivedita, The Vol. 1

Complete Works of Sister Nivedita, The Vol. 1

Contents: The Master as I Saw Him; Notes of Some Wanderings; Kedar Nath and Badri Narayan; Kali the Mother.

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Complete Works of Sister Nivedita, The Vol. 2

Complete Works of Sister Nivedita, The Vol. 2

Contents: The Web of Indian Life; An Indian Study of Love and Death; Studies from an Eastern Home; Lectures and Articles.

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Complete Works of Sister Nivedita, The Vol. 3

Complete Works of Sister Nivedita, The Vol. 3

Contents: Indian Art; Cradle Tales of Hinduism; Religion and Dharma; Aggressive Hinduism.

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Complete Works of Sister Nivedita, The Vol. 4

Complete Works of Sister Nivedita, The Vol. 4

Contents: Footfalls of Indian History; Civic Ideal and Indian Nationality; Hints on National Education in India; Lambs Among Wolves.

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Complete Works of Sister Nivedita, The Vol. 5

Complete Works of Sister Nivedita, The Vol. 5

Contents: On Education; On Hindu Life, Thought and Religion; On Political, Economic and Social Problems; Biographical Sketches and Reviews.

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Cradle Tales of Hinduism

Cradle Tales of Hinduism

A beautiful retelling of traditional tales of India.

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Kali the Mother

Kali the Mother

Reflective thoughts on the divine mother of the universe blended with extraordinary insight into the cosmic aspect of the Kali ideal.

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Letters of Sister Nivedita 2 Vol. Set

Letters of Sister Nivedita 2 Vol. Set

A vast collection of letters, relating to Nivedita's public as well as private life, written between the years 1898 and 1911. They give a vivid picture of her struggles to adapt to Indian life, to establish her work for Indian women, and to further India's quest for independence.

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Master As I Saw Him, The

Master As I Saw Him, The

Written by Swami Vivekananda's renowned Irish disciple, Margaret Noble, these reminiscences are based on her personal association with him (1895-1902). A classic in its own time, it tells of the immense impact made by this first representative of Hinduism to the West.

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Master As I Saw Him, The

Master As I Saw Him, The

Personal reminiscences of Swami Vivekananda by his Irish disciple, Margaret Noble. The book was first published in 1910 and is considered to be a classic.

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