Swami Satyamayananda (Photo source – https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=3225694) Swami Satyamayanandaji is a young monk of the Ramakrishna Order, and looks after all the Prabuddha Bharata work in Kolkata. He contributes articles to different journals and periodicals from time to time, and also reviews scholarly works. In this absorbing article, he concentrates on latria in the Yoga Sutras […]
Swami Prabhananda The period of eight and a half months that Sri Ramakrishna lived at the Cossipore garden house is popularly considered to be the beginning of the monastic community that later became known as the Ramakrishna Order of monks. What began with a handful of fiery young men gradually became a religious community belongingto […]
There are many crises facing humankind, but one that has dogged us from ancient times is morality and immorality. This crucial question is also mysterious: Where have ideas of morality originated from? Why are humans troubled by them? Are we wrong in restricting morality only to our species? These questions have been the first step […]
By Swami Yatiswarananda Swami Yatiswarananda (1889—1966) was a disciple of Swami Brahmananda. He spent seven years teaching Vedanta in Europe, where he founded an ashram in Switzerland, though he lectured on Vedanta from Madrid to Warsaw. He left Europe as the second World War forced a closure to the European Vedanta work. The swami […]
Age of slogans: religion is an opiate for the people or true blessing from unknown force?
How to keep with the moral laws of the universe in a state of purity and harmony.