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Temples & Legends of Bengal
Index Of Bengal Kulapati's Preface
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RAM KRISHNA MISSION TEMPLES

These books give us glimpses of the holy family.

Not only did Shri Ramakrishna giveinitiation to Narendranath who became Vivekananda but the deep spiritual relationship trained Vivekananda who later fully used his intellect, his power of argumentation, deep grasp of meri, affairs and thoughts and lastly his wonderful ability to express him- self on the platform. Verily, the same sayings and parables of Shri Ramakrishna developed in the hands of Vivekananda into very able and eloquent advocacy of Vedanta philosophy, reinstatement of Hindu religious beliefs and evaluation of the rich cultural heritage of India.

Ramakrishna Dev passed away on August 16,1886. A few days before his ascension he called Narendranath to his presence and fell into a trance after fixing his gaze on hini. It is said, "Narendra felt as though something like an electric current was flowing into him,and lost outer conscious- ness. When he came to, he found the master weeping. On being asked the reason for this, the Master said, "O Naren, today I have given you my all and  have become a pauper! Through this power you will do great things, and only after that will you return to where you came from."

A couple of days before the end, a curious thought flashed across Narendra's mind, as he stood at the Master's bedside. "He has said many times that he is an Incarnation of God. If he can say it now in the throes of death, then I will believe him!" Instantly the Master turned to him
and summoning all his energy said distinctly, "0 my Naren, are you still riot convinced? He who was Rama and Krishna is now Ramakrishna-but not in your Vedantic sense!"X

X. History of the Ramakrishna Math and Mission by Swami Gambhirananda, Advaita Ashrama, Calcutta, pp. 37-38.

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