Narendranath Dutta, born on January 12, 1863, in Kolkata, known as Swami Vivekananda, was a disciple of the Indian Mystic Ramakrishna. Swami was an Indian monk with great leadership quality, high wisdom and noble behavior towards humanity.
- Swami Vivekananda had an excellent concentration of power and could put all his mind and heart in a particular task.
- He attained great wisdom and always believed in spreading it for the betterment of humanity.
- Swami was the disciple of Ramakrishna Paramahansa, whom he met during his spiritual crisis and poverty days.
- Swami was born into a wealthy family where his father was an attorney and had a successful life but suffered poverty after his father died.
- Swami went nation to nation to spread knowledge and work for the society and try to abolish the evil practices in the surroundings.
- He held a B.A. Degree with 56% marks.
- Swami’s teachings are still followed by people giving them knowledge, clarity, and confidence to tackle different challenging
Conclusion: Swami Vivekananda himself had a problematic initial life through all the ups and downs one could have which lead him to become an atheist. Then the guiding light to his life, Ramakrishna Paramahansa guided him through the path of spirituality and Swami attained wisdom.