RAMAKRISHNA PARAMA HAMSA

RAMAKRISHNA PARAMA HAMSA

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RAMAKRISHNA PARAMA HAMSA

At 19, he was appointed as a priest at Dakshineswar kaali temple.    He was married to Sharaadadevi.    Totaapuri, a reputed monk initiated him into meditation.      He remained absorbed in the state of Samadhi for three days.

On meeting Narendra (later known as Vivekananda) for the first time, he exclaimed, “At last, you have come.    I have been waiting for you”.

Ramakrishna taught the world through his direct spiritual experience that God could be realized through all religions.    He had a unique way of teaching profound vedantic philosophies through simple stories and parables.    These are documented in the book, Gospel of Ramakrishna.    He left his mortal body in 1886.   He was a living image of Godliness.

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