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Vedanta Kesari  

The Vedanta Keshari (An English Monthly of the Ramakrishna Order)

 

 

 

      VEDANTA KESARI

       or "The Lion of Vedanta"

 

 

 

       The Vedanta Kesari is an English monthly, published by Sri Ramakrishna Math, Chennai. Started in the year 1895 the 'Brahmavadin' assumed its present name 'The Vedanta Kesari' in the year 1914. It is devoted to spirituality and culture, and is a practical guide to successful living for the entire family.

 

 

 

 

       Under the inspiration of Swami Vivekananda, his Madras disciples G.Venkataranga Rao, M.C.Nanjunda Rao and Alasinga Perumal started the Brahmavadin on 14 September 1895.Until Alasiga's death in 1909 the magazine came out regularly. Even after his passing away it continued but with less regularity, and its last issue was the March-April 1914 number. The very next month (in May 1914) the Brahmavadin reincarnated as The Vedanta Kesari. It has had many learned monks as editors and has built up a good reputation for authenticity and scholarship. One of the oldest English religio-philosophic journals of India, it is devoted to spirituality and culture, and provides a feast of elevating and noble thoughts from all corners of the world. Thousands all over the world have discovered the secret of peace, joy and fulfilment through The Vedanta Kesari. It is a practical guide to successful living for the entire family and is read by an estimated 60,000 people from all over the world (http://www.sriramakrishnamath.org/Magazine/VK/VKhome.asp).

 

 

     How To Become Spiritually Awakened

     Swami Yatishwarananda August 1965

     The Role of the Ramayana in Indian Cultural Lore

     Swami Siddhinathananda (Culture and Civilization, December 2001)

     Upanishadic culture

     N.V.S. Swamy (Culture and Civilization, December 2001)

     Overcoming anger - I

     Swami Budhananda (Vedanta Kesari, May 2003)

     The Kali Temple at Dakshineswar and Sri Ramakrishna

     Swami Prabhananda (October 2003)

     When Delhi is the Destination

     Editorial (October 2003)

     Fear of Death

     Swami Adiswarananda (October 2003)

     The Role and Transformation of Awareness in Spirituality

     Swami Satyamayananda (October 2003)

     Spirituality and Ethics

     Swami Jitatmananda (October 2003)

     Patanjali's Yoga Sutras - An Exposition

     Swami Premeshananda (October 2003)

     Why Celibacy? - A Hindu Perspective

     Swami Tyagananda (October 2003)

     Overcoming anger (III): Sri Krishna's Teachings for Overcoming Anger

     Swami Budhananda (November 2003)

     Culture and values in education

     M. Barik (November 2003)

     What is Yoga?

     P.Govindarajan (November 2003)

     The Spiritual Phenomenon in the Light of Biotechnology

     Swami Brahmeshananda (November 2003)

     A Well Charted Road Map

     Editorial (November 2003)

     Overcoming anger (IV): Yoga Disciplines of Patanjali

     Swami Budhananda (April 2004)

     The Break of a Rosy Dawn

     Editorial (April 2004)

     From Theory to Practice

     Editorial (May 2004)

     How to face Problems of Life - A Vedantic Approach

     Swami Prabuddhananda (May 2004)

     Sir William Jones and Western Indology

     Dr. Vishwanath Prasad Varma (May 2004)

     Recollections of Sri Sri Ma

     Swami Nirvanananda (May 2004)

     The Eternal Message of the Gita. The Seer and the Seen

     Swami Siddheswarananda (May 2004)

     Towards Relative Conception of Truth in Religions

     Major H. Subramanian (May 2004)

 

   

 

International Yoga Day 21 June 2015
International Yoga Day 21 June 2015

 

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