Vivekananda

[ vee-vi-kuh-nuhn-duh ]
/ ˌvi vɪ kəˈnʌn də /

noun

Narendranath Datta, 1863–1902, Hindu religious leader and teacher.
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Examples from the Web for vivekananda

  • Vivekananda gazed with his beautiful, piercing eyes deep into my own.

    Autobiography of a YOGI|Paramhansa Yogananda
  • Vivekananda sought to blend Christian philanthropy with the Vedantic philosophy.

    A Tour of the Missions|Augustus Hopkins Strong
  • Remember Vivekananda's use of the Atman: it is indeed not a scientific use, for we can make no particular deductions from it.

    Pragmatism|William James

British Dictionary definitions for vivekananda

Vivekananda

/ (ˌviːvɪkəˈnʌndə) /

noun

original name Narendranath Datta. 1862–1902, Indian Hindu religious teacher. A disciple of Ramakrishna, he introduced Vedantism to the West

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