A young Scottish woman gave birth to a baby girl. Sarah Urquhart named her baby Dorothy (“Doro Theos,” meaning “gift of God,” for that she truly was; her birth being quite unplanned.) Sarah was of the working class Read More
In 1999 Sri Sarada Society was gifted ten of these glass “lantern” slides, thanks to Rosanne (Buzzell) Adams…The slides preserve photographed images of familiar figures in Vedanta’s early history in America. Featured are: Swami Vivekananda, Sarah Bull and
Pravrajika Vivekaprana, a senior sannyasini of Sri Sarada Math and the Ramakrishna Sarada Mission, came to America in the fall of 2016 to inaugurate celebrations for the 150th birth anniversary of Sister Nivedita.
Those who have come to know Pravrajika Satchitprana will especially welcome news of her return to the United States this summer, arriving July 28. Pravrajika Satchitprana is a senior sannyasini Read More
i lost, my molten being was
Redefined in His grip.
If I had to think of only one word to describe Triveni, that word would be rasa, in Sanskrit, as in Hindi, the word rasa has several meanings, and each of them can be said to relate to Triveni. Read More
Receiving Swami Vivekananda’s request for help in the West, Swami Saradananda sailed for England in March 1896, arriving on April 1st. Within a few months, he departed for New York Read More