Modern History Simplified: Ramakrishna Movement (1830s)

Ramakrishna Movement (1830s)
  1. Ramakrishna Paramahamsa recognised the fundamental oneness of all religions and emphasised that Krishna, Hari, Ram, Christ, Allah are different names for the same God, and that there are many ways to God and salvation: “As many faiths, so many paths.”
  2. Paramahamsa  said “Service of man is the service of God.”
  3. The two objectives of Ramakrishna Movement are
    1. Band of monks who can renounce worldly pleasure and propagate the universal message of Vedanta.
    2. The disciples need to carry out preaching, philanthropic and charitable works.
  4. Swami Vivekanada was an important disciple of Paramahamsa. 

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