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Ramakrishna
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Ramakrishna at Dakshineswar
Born Gadadhar Chattopadhyay
18 Februar 1836(1836-02-18)
Kamarpukur, Bengal Presidency, Breetish Indie
(nou in Wast Bengal, Indie)
Died 16 August 1886(1886-08-16) (aged 50)
Calcutta, Bengal Presidency, Breetish Indie
(nou Kolkata, Wast Bengal, Indie)
Naitionality Indian
Spoose(s) Sarada Devi
Teetles/honours Paramahamsa
Foonder o Ramakrishna Order
Guru Totapuri
Filosofie Advaita Vedanta, Bhakti, Tantra
Notable disciple(s) Swami Vivekananda an others
Quotation He is born in vain, who havin attained the human birth, so difficult tae get, daes nae attempt tae realise God in this very life.
** Ramakrishna's birthday is observed on Phalgun Shukla Dwitiya as per Hindu lunar calendar.

Ramakrishna Paramahamsa (Bengali: রামকৃষ্ণ পরমহংস) (Aboot this soond Ramkṛiṣṇo Pôromôhongśo ) (18 Februar 1836 – 16 August 1886), born Gadadhar Chatterji or Gadadhar Chattopadhyay[1] (Gôdadhor Chôṭṭopaddhae), was an Indian mystic an yogi during the 19th-century.[2] His releegious schuil o thocht led tae the formation o the Ramakrishna Mission bi his chief disciple Swami Vivekananda.[3][4][5] Tota Puri gae him the honoreefic Paramahamsa.[6]

References[eedit | eedit soorce]

  1. Smart 1998, p. 409.
  2. Georg 2002, p. 600.
  3. Clarke 2006, p. 209.
  4. Brodd 2009, p. 275.
  5. Smith 1976, p. 93.
  6. Jones, Kenneth W. (2004). Ramakrishna Paramhansa (1836-1886) (Oxford dictionary of National Biography ed.). Oxford University Press. Retrieved 10 Mairch 2015. 

Bibliografie[eedit | eedit soorce]

  • Smart, Ninian (28 Juin 1998). The World's Religions. Cambridge University Press. ISBN 978-0-521-63748-0. 
  • Georg, Feuerstein (2002). The Yoga Tradition. Motilal Banarsidass. 
  • Clarke, Peter Bernard (2006). New Religions in Global Perspective. Routledge. 
  • Brodd, Jeffrey (2003). World Religions: A Voyage of Discovery. Saint Mary's Press.  Unknown parameter |coauthors= ignored (help)
  • Smith, Bardwell L. (1976). Hinduism: New Essays in the History of Religions. Brill Archive.