Sign In to earn Badges. Epic book to relax your nerves and think in a more positive light about life and the after life. Life Beyond Death by Swami Abhedananda This is best book to read anyone to understand the life cycle. However, instead of choosing those boons, Nachiketa asks Yama to reveal what happens after death. Lucky and Unlucky Zodiac Signs for This book gives with scientific and practical example like big tree resides abhedaanda small seeds, worm inside mango.
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Early life and education[ edit ] Swami Abhedananda, in his youth. He was born in north Calcutta on 2 October and was named Kaliprasad Chandra. In , at the age of 18, while studying for the school final examination under the University of Calcutta , he went to Dakshineswar and met Sri Ramakrishna. Thereafter in April , he left home to be with him, during his final illness, first at Shyampukur and then at Cossipur Garden-house near Calcutta. He went to the sources of the Ganges and the Yamuna , and meditated in the Himalayas.
He was a forceful orator, prolific writer, yogi and intellectual with devotional fervour. In , he started publishing Visvavani, the monthly magazine of the Ramakrishna Vedanta Society, which he edited from to ,  and which is still published today. In , he presided over the Parliament of Religions at the Town Hall, Calcutta, as a part the birth centenary celebrations of Ramakrishna.
At the time of his death he was the last surviving direct disciple of Ramakrishna. Published by The Vedanta Society, How to be a Yogi, by Swami Abhedananda. Forgotten Books, Published by The Vedanta society, India and Her People , by Swami Abhedananda. Published by Satish Chandra Mukherjee, Ideal of Education, by Swami Abhedananda.
Published by Ramakrishna Vedanta Math, Online version Abhedananda in India in , by Abhedananda. Kessinger Publishing,
Nerisar Lists with This Book. People and arguments exist in support of both. High Level of Yogic Practice Tummo. Upon reaching the hell, Nachiketa waits for three days for Yama abhedanznda return and as a matter of compensating for making a Brahman boy wait for so long, Yama promises fabulous boons. Discusses the eternal dilemma that runs in the human mind — Is a human being being annihilated at the point of death or is there life after death? Mantras and puja for Confidence.