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ABHEDANANDA, Swami - Swami Vivekananda and His
Work, Calcutta: Ramakrishan Math, 1950, 36 p. — Sub: Biog-
This book describes Swamiji’s religious work and philosophi-
cal preaching in America
ALEAZ, K.P. - Harmony of religions: The Relevance of Swami
Vivekananda, Punthi Pustak, Calcutta, 1993, XVIII, p. 283 —
In this book the writer describes how Swamiji harmonized the
different religions, and the relevance of Swami Vivekananda in
ABJAJANANDA, Swami - Monastic Disciples of Swami
Vivekananda — Sub: Biography
Here the writer pointed about the lives of different monastic
disciples of Swamiji.
AGNIHOTRI, H.L.- Swami Vivekananda: His dynamic Vision;
Hisar, Aman Prakashan 1994, p 184 — Sub: Critical Study.
Here the author describes about Swamiji’s vision for the up-
surge of the nation.
AHLUWALIA, B - Vivekananda and Indian renaissance.
Associated publishing Co., New Delhi, 1983, p. 198 — Sub:
This book shows Swamiji’s role in Indian renaissance. The
contribution of Swamiji to the awakening of Indian masses
studied in the context of contemporary problems that the coun-
try is facing.
AMAN, Paul. tr. — The Godman Ramakrishna and the Univer-
sal Gospel of Vivekananda — Sub: Religion.
Here the writer shows how Swamiji materialized Sri
Ramakrishna’s vision of man-making through spiritual up-
ANANDA, — Statics and Dynamics of progress: An anthropo-
morphic study of God (Vivekananda perspective); Sri
Ramakrishna Math, Belur Math, 1983, p. 179 — Sub: Critical
Vivekananda’s concept on different process of progress are
discussed in this book.
ANLEN, Walpers — A Road Map to Vivekananda as Universal
Using System Dynamics, Cambridge, MA 02139 U.S.A.;
Jones’ Printing Company, 411 Franklin Street — Sub: Religion.
ARORA, Vijay Kumar — The Social and Political Philosophy
of Swami Vivekananda; Punthi – Pustak, Calcutta, 1968, p.134
— Sub: Critical Study.
This book analyses Swamiji’s social and political outlook in a
ASHOKANANDA, Swami — Swami Vivekananda in San
Francisco; Vedanta Society of Northern California, 1969, p 43
— Sub: Critical Study.
Here the writer describes about Vivekananda’s visit and his
impact in San-Francisco.
ATHALYE, D.V. — Swami Vivekananda: A Study; New Delhi,
Ashish Publishing House, New Delhi, 1979, p 286 — Sub:
A short account of the life of Swamiji is presented. The Chi-
cago parliament of religions and its impact are studied.
Swamiji’s concepts of Karma Yoga, Jnana Yoga, Bhakti Yoga
and Raja Yoga are presented.
ATHALYE, Vijoy Kumar — Quintessence of yoga philosophy,
An exposition of Swami Vivekananda’s concept of Vedantism;
Taraporevala, Bombay, 1960 — Sub: Critical Study.
Swamiji had a particular and precise concept about Vedanta
Yoga philosophy. Here the writer tries to analyze
Vivekananda’s idea and message about this subject.
AVYAKTANANDA, Swami — Swami Vivekananda: The
Nation Builder; Patna Ramkrishna Math, 1929, p 138 — Sub:
This book deals with Swami Vivekananda’s view on universal
religion and cultural integration.
ATULANANDA, Swami — With the Swamis’ in America and
India — Sub: Biography.
Here the writer discussed about different monastic members of
Ramakrishna Order in America and India.
AVINASHILINGAM T.S. — Vivekananda’s teachings on
education; Sri Ramakrishna Mission Vidyalaya, Coimbatore,
1970, — Sub: Education.
This book deals with Vivekananda’s idea and teachings on
AVINASHILINGAM T.S. — Swami Vivekananda; Muthu
Fine Art Publications, Sivakashi, 1971 — Sub: Biography.
This book is the brief life sketch of Swami Vivekananda.
AVINASHILINGAM — Educational Philosophy of Swami
Vivekananda; Sri Ramakrishna Mission, Vidyalaya,
Coimbatore, 1963 — Sub: Education.
According to Vivekananda education is the panacea of all evils.
To him education is the manifestation of the perfection. The
author discussed about Swamiji’s educational philosophy in
BALABHADRANANDA, Swami — Swami Vivekananda’s
message to the world — Sub: Knowledge
In this book the writer describes in a brief manner about
BASU, Shamita — Religious Revivalism as Nationalist Dis-
course : Swami Vivekananda and New Hinduism in Nineteenth
Century. Bengal; Oxford University Press, New Delhi, oup
2002, XII, p. 213, — Sub: Critical Study.
Vivekananda made a valuable contribution to the Indian Social
and religious reform movements in the 19th century. This book
is the first to study the Swamiji’s life, teachings and writings in
the light of recent social theories. The author compares the
Swamiji’s ideas with the political beliefs of other contemporary
public intellectuals. She examines the ways in which
Vivekananda’s neo-Hinduism emerged are powerful ideology
of Hindu nationalism combining the European enlightment
ideals of modernity and nationalism with the Hindu doctrine of
BASU, Narayan — Social Thinking of Vivekananda: Bina
Bose, Lucknow — Sub: Social thinking.
In this book the author narrates the social thought of
Vivekananda in a very precise manner.
BASU, Sajal, ed. — Political Concept of Swami Vivekananda;
Sujan publications, Calcutta, March, 1993. pp. 12 + 104 —
Sub: Critical study.
This book deals with the political ideas of Swamiji.
BASU, Sankari Prasad — Economic and political ideas of
Vivekananda, Gandhi and Subhas Bose; Sterling Publishers,
New Delhi, 2000, X, p. 154 — Sub: Critical Study.
In this book the authior very authentically diuscussed about the
economic and political ideas of these three Genious/Great men.
BASU, Sankari Prasd — Swami Vivekananda and Indian
Freedom Movement : Kannya Kumari Vivekananda Kendra,
1990. — Sub History.
This book narrates the impact of Swamiji in Indian Freedom
BASU, Sankari Prasd — Swami Vivekananda in Contemporary
Indian news (1893-1902); RMIC, 2010, Vol. I & Vol - II —
These volumes include the vivid information/news which were
published in different newspapers within 1893 to 1902 on
Vol I — In this volume informations are corrected from differ-
ent important Anglo-Indian dailies.
Vol II — In this volume contemporary information are col-
lected from different important Anglo-Indian dailies like the
Madras Times about Rri Ramakrishna and his disciples, about
Sister Nivedita and also about the Ramakrishna Mission. Each
volume will also contain an exhaustive introduction, index and
BASU, Sankari Prasd and GHOSH Sunil Behari —
Vivekananda in Indian news papers (1893-1902); Basu
Bhattacharya 1969 — Sub: Critical Study.
This book contains the informations which were published in
the different Indian Newspapers (22), within 1893 to 1902,
discussing Swamiji’s religions, educational, philosophical and
BAUMFIELD, V — Swami Vivekananda’s practical Vedanta
(unpublished Ph.D thesis); University of New Castle Upon
Tyne — Sub: Vedanta.
This paper/thesis based upon Swamiji’s idea and thought about
the practical implication of Vedanta in modern life.
BANHATI G..S. — Quintenessance of Vivekananda; Suvichar
Prakashan Mondal, Nagpur-Pune, 1963 — Sub: Compilation.
The author includes the most essential features/works and
writings of Swamiji within this book.
BANHATI G..S. — Life and Philosophy of Swami
Vivekananda; Atlantic Publication, New Delhi, p. 260, 1989
— Sub: Biography.
In this book the writer precisely shows the life and philosophy
of Swamiji. In more than forty chapters the book covers the
life, personality, ideas, Special Service and the hitherto un-
explored aspects of the poetry and prose of this intelloectual
BECKERLAGEE Gwilym — Swami Vivekananda’s legacy of
Service; a study of Ramakrishna Math and Mission, New
Delhi, Oup. 2006, IV, p. 292 + illus. 22.5 cm. — Sub: Philoso-
Swamiji preached the idea ‘Swerice to man is service to God’.
Ramakrishna Math and Ramairishna Mission is working in this
direction since 1897. The author has written about this legacy
of service very accurately.
BHATTACHARYA, Binoy Chandra — Karl Marx and
Vivekananda; Calcutta Author, 1953 — Sub: Philosophy.
This book deals with the works of Marx and Swamiji and their
BANERJEE Pranab — Swami Vivekananda and His message
to the nation; Anglia Books, Calcutgta, 1988, p 92. — Sub:
The author deals with Swamiji’s life and message in this book.
BANERJEE Pranab — Swami Vivekananda and his message
to the nation; Anglia Books, Calcutta, 1988, p. 92 — Sub:
This book deals with the works of Marx and Swamiji and their
BANERJEE Pranab — Swami Vivekananda and the modern
world; United Sriters, Calcutta, 1990 — Sub: Biography.
Swamiji was a visionary, the never rejected the modern age and
advancement, invention of modern world. He wanted the
highest advance thinking which would be imbibed with
spiritualis. The author demonstratedthis matter ellaborately in
BOSE, Nemai Sadhan — Swami Vivekananda; Sahitya Acad-
emy, New Delhi, 1994, X + p. 125 — Sub: Biography.
This book contains the life and works of Swamiji in a briefed
BOSE, Naba Gopal — Karmajiban of Swami Vivekananda;
Sketch Press, Dhanbad, p. 28 — Sub: Biography.
This book contains a brief life history of Swamiji.
BRAHMACHARI, Amal — A simple life of Swami
Vivekananda; Ramakrishna Math, Narendrapur, 1964, p. 60 —
This book is a brief life history of Swamiji.
BISWAS, Arun Kumar — Vivekananda and the Indian Quest
for socialism; Firma K.L.M. Pvt. Ltd., Calcutta, 1986 — Sub:
Vivekananda was a socialist. Many eminent socialists reform-
ers of India greatly inspired by Swamiji. In this book the author
deals with socialistic view of Swamiji and its implication in
BISWAS, Arun Kumar — A Pilgrimage to Khetri and the
Saraswati Valley; Sujan Publication, Calcutta, 1987, p. 152 —
Sub: Ramakrishna Movement.
This book describes the Ramakrishna Movement and
Swamiji’s statements on the glorious tradition of the Saraswati
Valley. The discourses of Swamiji at Khetri and Saraswati
Valley are described.
BURKE, Marie Louise — Swami Vivekananda: Prophet of hte
Modern Age; RMIC, Calcutta, 1974, p. 62 — Sub: Discoveries
... Vivekananda in the West.
The Vedantic philosophy as understood by the west has been
analysed in the light of Swamiji’s teachings. Protraits him as a
prophet of peace, love and religion.
BURKE, Marie Louise — Swami Vivekananda in the West,
New Discoveries, Vol. I - V , 1994; Advaita Ashrama, Calcutta
— Sub: Discoveries ... Vivekananda in the West.
This book in five volumes is an outcome of the painstaking
research work undertaken by the author with a view to provide
correct information as far as possible to the devotees of Swami
Vivekananda together with contemporaty report and
The author, Marie Louise had started her research work on
Swamiji in 1950. Since then, on the advice of her Late Guru,
Swami Ashokananda, she has been continuing this painstaking
BRYSON T.L. (1992) — The Hermeneutics of Religious
Syncretism; Swami Vivekananda’s practical Vedanta (Unpub-
lished Ph.D. thesis), University of Chicago.
BHAVAHARANANDA, Swami — A Viekananda’s view of
Mythology, 2000; Author, Belur Math, the author — Sub:
Swamiji had a clear and distinct idea and view about Indian
mythology. In this book the author narrates Swamiji’s view.
CHAKRAVORTY, A.S. (Editor) — Patriot and Saint
Vivekananda, R.K.M. Sevashrama, Allahabad, 1963, p. 160 —
It is a collection of articles by various authors. Deals with
various aspects of Swamiji. Swamiji’s patriotic ideas are ex-
plained. It also contains some of the articles published in
Prabudha Bharat. Swamiji’s life and work have been portrayed.
Aspects like vedanta, education, religion are analysed.
CHAKRABORTY, Mohit — Swami Vivekananda - Study on
Aesthetics; Atlanta Publishers, New Delhi, 1993, X + p. 198
— Sub: Philosophy.
This book deals with the aesthetic view of Swamiji narratedly.
Right from education and humanism to religion, socialism and
mysticism, the aesthetics of Vivekananda is practical and
dynamic, soul strivving and vibrant with the unending pano-
rama of human efflorescence that directs us towards the lotus-
land of divinity. This book will be a constant companion to
everyone interested in life as it shjould be lived.
CHAKRABORTY, Sarat Chandra — Swamiji’s message to a
disciple; Advaita Ashrama, Mayavati, 1964, XII + p. 309. —
The disciple (Sarat Chandra Chakraborti) who recorded his
conversations with Swamiji in the pages of this book had the
privilege not only of finding the Swami as Guruj but of being
very free with him. The conversations took place in Bengali
and later translated and incorporated in the Complete Works of
Swami Vivenanda and then it was brough out in the present
CHAKRABORTY, Sarat Chandra — Swamiji’s message to a
disciple; Advaita Ashrama, Calcutta, 1964 p. 209 — Sub:
This book describes Swamiji’s ideas of spiritual practices,
meditation, philosophy etc. Present problems of national regen-
eration, social reforms and education.
CHAKRABORTY, Tarinisankar — Patriot-Saint Vivekananda;
R.K.Mission Sevashrama, Allahabad, 1963, p. 158 — Sub:
This book is a collection of essays by different authors. It deals
with the life of Swami Vivekananda and his works.
CHATTAPADHYAY, Rajagopal — Swami Vivekananda in
India A Corrective Bio-graphy; Motilal Banarasidass Publish-
ers, New Delhi, 1999, XII, p. 443. — Sub: Critical study
The book inform the readers accurately about Swamiji’s life
both before and after his historic visits to the West. Though
there are some arguments about his remarks in this book, the
writer tried to accumulate different information about
CHATTAPADHYAY, Rajagopal — Swami Vivekananda in the
West; K.P.Bagchi & Co., Calcutta, 1974, XIV, p. 260 — Sub:
This book is a critical deliberation about Swamiji’s visit and
works in the West. We have sharp differences with his views
CHATTAPADHYAY, Santinath —The Spiritual Man :
Vivekananda’s vision on the religion of humanity; Minerva
Associates, Calcutta, 1993, XXX, p. 132 — Sub Religion.
This work is a humanistic analysis of Indian and Western
philosophy, religion and culture in the context of social and
spiritual evolution of man as done by Swami Vivekananda. The
fundamental object of this volume is to examine the material,
social and spiritual states of human existence in a comprehen-
sive form of developing the philosopy of spiritual Man in the
experimental process of cultivating transcendental value of
universality in man as the religion of humanity.
CHATTERJEE, Santinath — Swami Vivekananda : His Global
Vision; Punthi-Pustak, Calcutta, 2004, XX + p. 435 — Sub:
Swamiji was a world teacher. He had a definite vision for the
global development. In this compilation volume different
authors discussed about Swamiji’s global vision.
CHATTERJEE, Santinath (ed) — Vivekananda : A Neo per-
spective; Manon Publishers, Calcutta, 1995, III + p. 106 —
This book describes Ramakrishna Vivekananda’s Neo-Vedantic
CHATTERJEE, Kapila — Swami Vivekananda on modern
youth; Kannyakumkari Viuvekananda Kendra, 1990, IV, p. 32,
— Sub: Influence on Indian youth.
According to Vivekananda youths are the backbones of the
country. They are the epicenter of all hopes of the nation. In
this volume author pointed on Swamiji’s message and role on
the modern youth. To celebrate the centinary of Swamiji’s
meditation at Kannyakumari in December, 1992, the
Vivekananda Kendra has decided to publish a number of low
priced booklets which would literally carry Swami
Vivekananda to the hearts of our youth. The author written this
booklet to inspire the young people of India.
CHATTERJEE, Satyabrata — Vivekananda’s concept of his-
tory; Tran. from Bengali, Samata Prakashani, Calcutta, 1986 —
In this book the author discussed about Swamiji’s thinking
CHATTERJEE, Sibranjan — Indian National Congress and
Swami Vivekananda; Anandagopal Mukherjee, Durgapur, 1984
— Sub: History.
This book deals with Swamiji’s relation and comments on
Indian National Congress.
CHATURVEDI, Badrinath — Swami Vivekananda - The
Living Vedanta; Penguine Books India Pvt. Ltd., Delhi, 2006,
XXVIII, p 452 + illus — Sub: Philosophy.
Swamiji was the greatest propagator of Vedanta of 19th Cen-
tury. His life itself was the highest embodiment of Vedanta. The
author describes Swamiji’s life as a Vedantist.
CHUNDER CHANDRA, Pratap — Brother Vivekananda - a
tribute to mark the Centenary of Swami Vivekananda as initia-
tion into free masonary, 1884-1984; Lagde Anchor and Hope,
1984, VI + p. 36 — Sub: Critical Study.
Free masonary is a peculiar system of morality veiled in
allegoy, illustrated by symbols. Any person who comes to join
this fraternity must strongly and absolutely belive in Father-
hood of God and brotherhood of men. Narendranath initiated in
Grand Lodge of Eastern India on 19th Feb, 1884.
In this book the author discussed vividly about Swamiji’s
joining in free masonary, and he brought into light many infor-
mations abouve Swamiji.
CHARI, C.T.K. — Sri Ramakrishna-Vivekananda Vedanta and
human personality; Sri Ramakrishna Mission Vidyalaya.
Coimbatore, 1966, p. 48 — Sub:Vedanta.
It describes Ramakriushna-Vivekananda’s Neo-Vedantic ap-
proach, in relation to psychological, sociological and meta-
CHOWDHURI, Sanjib — Vision of Vivekananda: Author,
Calcutta, 1962, p. 62 — Sub: Philosophy.
This book deals with the idea and prophetic vision of Swamiji.
CHAUDHURI, Ashim — Swami Vivekananda in Chicago :
New Findings; Advaita Ashrama, Mayaboti, 2000, p. 240 +
illus. — Sub: Discoveries ... Vivekananda in the West.
The writer presents in his fascinating style his discoveries in
this book. He has not only presented some new facts, but also
confirmed beyond any doubt that Swamiji created an extraordi-
nary if not the greatest sensation at the Parliament of Religions.
CHAUDHURI, Ashim — Swami Vivekananda in America -
New Findings; Advaita Ashrama, Mayaboti, 2008, XXXI, p.
936 + illus — Sub: Discoveries ... Vivekananda in the West.
This book is an outcome of the painstaking research work
undertaken by the author with a view to provide correct
informatjion as far as possible to the devotees of Swami
Vivekananda about his stay and work in the West together with
contemporary reports and illustrations. The author has carefully
traced the footsteps of the great Swami throughout his mission
in the West and has supported narration with adequate photo-
graphs, epistles, reminiscences etc.
Admirers and devotees of Swamiji will be very happy to see
that even after exhaustive research done by many schoars, the
present author has found it possible to discover some new facts
regarding Swamiji’s life in America.
CHAUDHURI, Sailendra Kiran — Emerson on Vivekananda:
From the clouds of Hcasay and the storms of Ocalt; Calcutta,
1978, p. 129 —Sub: Compilation.
This book is a critical study based on Emerson’s view on
CHETANANANDA, Swami — Vivekananda: East meets
West, A pictorial biography; St. Louis Vedanta Society of St.
Louis, 1995, XII, p. 164 — Sub: Biography.
This book is an excellent survey of Vivekananda’s life and
teachings and his encounter with many distinguished western
savants, it riveals where the Eastern and Western cultures and
religious can find a common ground to live in harmony and
derive benefit from each other. Eastern and Western cultures
and religious can find a common ground to live in harmony and
derive benefit from each other.
CHETANANANDA, Swami — Vivekananda Swami, Vedanta
: The voice of Freedom; Advaita Ashrama, 1994, p. 328 —
This book is a compilation in Swamiji’s own words from the
complete works of Swami Vivekananda on Vedanta. The author
has performed a most valuable task in compiling this volume,
because it required a firm intellectual grasp of Vivekananda’s
A Concordance to Swami Vivekananda; R.M.I.C., Calcutta, 3
Vols, Vol. I = A-H - 1997, Vol. II = I-M - 2001, Vol. III = N-Z -
2003 — Sub: Concordance.
In this book A concordance to Swami Vivekananda is not
simply a collection of quotations culled from the vast
Vivemananda corpus. It is an effective guide that presents to
scholars and general readers what Swamiji had to say on par-
ticular subject and where that original statement can be found.
CHELYASHEVA, Irina — Ethical ideas in the world outlook of
Swami Vivekananda, Lokamannya B.G..Tilok and Aurobindo
Ghosh; Vostak, Calcutta 1989, p. 163 — Sub: Ethics.
This book is a thesis on ethical views of Swami Vivekananda,
Tilok and Aurobinda Ghosh in the context of the struggle for
Indian Independence. A comparative study has been made on
the views expressed by the three Indian leaders.
CHELISHEV, E.P. — Swami Vivekananda : The Great Indian
Humanist - Democrat and patriot, — Sub: Critical study.
In this book the author narrates Swamiji’s contribution on
humanism, patriotism and democracy.
CHINMOY Sri — Vivekananda: An ancient science Heart and
a modern dynamism-life, 1993, VIII, p. 222 + illus. — Sub:
1993 marked the centenary of the great occasion and Sri
Chinmoy has chosen to honour Swami Vivekananda and his
contribution by humbly offering this collection of peoms,
aphorisms dramatic writings, stories, essays and songs about
the great ‘hero-warrior-sannysin’ thjat was Swami
DAS GUPTA R.K. (Editor) — Swami Vivekananda : A Hun-
dred years since Chicago — Compilation.
A commemorative volume published by Ramakrishna
Mathand Ramakrishna Mission, Belur Math, Howrah, 12th
June, 1994 — Sub: Compilation.
This unique volume presents essays on all aspects of Swami
Vivekananda’s life and work written by specialists from all
over the world including monks and nuns of the Ramakrishna
Order, academinians, authors and other authorities in the field.
Since it is being published to make the hundredth year of the
appearance of Swami Vivekananda at the Parliament of Reli-
gions held in Chicago 18n Sept., 1893, not a few of the essays
deal with his historic work in the West and its impact on people
in other parts of the world. Divided into eight sections the
themes of these essays cover, in closely argued and precisely
documented presentation, the religious, philosophical ethical
and social ideas of the great apostle who contemplated a new
India in a new world and gave a new depth to the humanist
ideal by urging harmony of religions as the true ground of
DAS, Trilochan — The social philosophy of Swami
Vivekananda (1863 - 1902); Calcutta Co-operative book, the
Depot, 1949 — Sub: Philosophy.
Swamini was a socialist. In this book the author discussed the
social philosophy of Vivekananda from the eyes of a researcher.
DAS, Prafull Chandra (Editor) — Vivekananda : The Cosmic
Conscience, Calcutta, 1963 — Sub: Compilation.
This book includes collection of different articles on Swamiji.
DAS GUPTA, Rabindrakumar — Swami Vivekananda’s
Vedantic Socialism; R.M.I.C., Calcutta, 1995, VIII, p. 172 +
illus. —Sub: Philosophy.
This book deals with the social and moral philosophy of Swami
with special reference to his response to the ideas of
Sankaracharya and Ramanuja. The first two pieces deal with
Swami Vivekanandas Veddantic Socialism and his Revolution-
ary ideas. The themes of the remaining pieces are Swami
Vivekananda and the question of unity and his view of the
philosoply of Sankaracharya and Ramanuja.
DAS GUPTA, Rabindra Kumar — Swami Vivekananda on
Indian Philosophy and literature; RMIC, Calcutta, 1996, p. 348.
This book contains its authors lectures at the RMIC in his
capacity as the Institute’s Vivekananda Professor of Indology
and Indological Research. The author deals with Swami
Viekananda’s approach to four of our six systems of philosophy
and his observations are based on Swamiji’s references to them
available in the eight volumes of his Complete Works. As a
supplement to this material the author deals with Swami
Vivekananda’s approach to the Upanishads and the Bhagabad
Gita. Swami Vivekananda’s ideas of comparative religion, his
response to Western Indology, Western philosophy and his view
of history are here discussed perhaps for the first time in some
detail. The tenth chapter deals with Swami Vivekananda and
his Master Sri Ramakrishna to show that Swamiji interpreted
Vedant in terms of the techings of Sri Ramakrishna who was to
him Vedanta’s greatest human examplar. The twelfth chapter
deals with a theme on which a great deal has been written. The
author has tried to define Swami Vivekananda’s idea of univer-
sal religion with reference to his observations on it as available
in his Complete Works.
DAS GUPTA, Rabindrakumar — Revolutionary ideas of
Swami Vivekananda; R.M.I.C., Calcutta, 2000 — Revolution-
This book contains the lecture about the revolutionary ideas of
Swamiji which the author delivered in R.M.I.C. This book
narrates the central idea about Swamiji’s revolutionary think-
DAS GUPTA, Santwana — Vivekananda - The Prophet of
human Emancipation: A study on the social philosophy of
Swami Vivekananda; Bijoya Das Gupta, Calcutta,1991, p.21 +
493, 2nd Pub. in 2005 by the R.M.I.C. as Social philosophy of
Swami Vivekananda, XX, p. 476 plus illus.— Sub: Social
The book is fairly a comprehensive study of the social philoso-
phy of Swami Vivekananda, who is hailed today as a prophet of
human Emancipation in many parts of the world. The author
shows vivekananda’s social philosophy based on Vedanta
(Recognized by many as the background philosophy of modern
science) contains a revolutionary concept of ‘Man’, a revolu-
tionary concept of ‘Religion’ and a revolutionary concept of
‘Revolution’ itself. In formulating his social theories, the author
further shows the master-mind has given first homage to ‘his-
tory’, reason and ‘science’.An analysis of his sociological,
historical, political and economic ideas and an assessment of
his plan, his instrument for social revolution, his impact on the
socialist countries, and of his role in the Socio-economic and
cultural transformations in modern India have also been at-
tempted. The epilonuce shows that the keynote of
Vivekananda’s social policy is dynamic activism.
DATTA, Bhupendranath — Swami Vivekananda : Patriot
Prophet : A study; Mahabharat Publishers, Calcutta, 1954, p.
428 — Sub: Biography.
In this book the author included full pedigree and the incidents
of his early life. Documentary evidences bearing the testimo-
nies of the influence of Swami Vivekananda in awakening the
national spirit are given in the book. It gives historical facts of
the critical moments when Swamiji was born. It reveals the
socio-political cross-currents in the days of his boyhood and
early youth. The life work of Swamiji has been discussed in
this book from the historical dialectic - materialistic stand
DATTA, Geeta — Swami Vivekananda’s philosophy of educa-
tion; Debdas Dutta, Deshbandhu Road, Silchar, 2001, VI, p.
145, 22 cm. — Sub: Education.
Swamini was a great eductor. He has given an integrated di-
mension to education by synthesising knowledge and action,
religion and science, spiritual idealism with social realism. In
this book the writer deals with Vivekananda’s educational
DATTA, B.N. — Swami Vivekananda; Swaraj Ashrama,
Khulna, 1928, p. 45 — Social philosophy.
This book deals with the socialistic ideas of Swamiji on the
youth of India.
DAS GUPTA, Tirthankar — Swami Vivekananda for children.
tr. (originally written by Swamiji) — Sub: Biography
This book is the translated works of Vishwashrayananda’s
small book on Swamiji for children.
DATTA, Tapassankar — A study of the philosophy of
Vivekananda; Sri Bhumi, Calcutta, 1982 — Sub: Philosophy.
This book deals with the philosophical ideas of Vivekananda.
Desai, Ramprasad — Life of Swami Vivekananda; Baroda,
1906 — Sub: Biography.
DEV, Gobindachandra — The philosophy of Vivekananda and
the future of man; R. K. Mission, Dacca, 1963, IV, p. 106 —
Swamijni was a profect, a messanger. He was a born optimist.
In his eyes every man is son of lmmortality. So ny manifesting,
outer kinner strength a person can change his destiny. That is
why the future of mankind is very vibrant. The author very
precisely discussed about this philosophy of Vivekananda.
DEB, Lakhan — Viekananda (Drama) 2nd ed;Light and Life
Publication, New Delhi, 1976, IV, p. 134 — Sub: Drama.
This book is a dramatic version of Swmiji’s life and works.
DHAR, Sailendranath — A Comprehensive biography of
Swami Vivekananda; Vivekananda Kendra Prakashani, Part I,
II, III, 3rd ed., 2005
This book is a comprehensive biography dealing with all the
aspects of life of Swami Vivekananda in 3 volumes. The
cronological table of important events in the life of Swamiji is
the special feature of this book.
Deb Mallik, Tarun — Swami Vivekananda and a folower of his
vision; Vivekananda Institute of medical Science, 1993, p. 24,
+ illus poems — Sub: Poetry.
This book includes some poems on Swamiji.
DEBDAS, N — Swami Vivekananda; Bangalore Christian
Institute for the study of Religion, 1968, VI, p. 224 — Sub
This book is the life history sketch of Swamiji’s life.
DACCA, Ramakrishna Mission, 1904 — A short account of
the life and teachings of Swami Vivekananda — Sub: Biogra-
More than hundred years ago Daca R.K.Mission published a
booklet to give a first hand knowledge on Vivekananda.
GANGULY, Hemanta Kumar — Radicalism in Advaita
Vedanta : A comprehensive critique of the theories of Vivartna,
Drishtisrishti and New Vedanta of Swami Vivekananda; Indian
Publication Society, Calcutta, 1988, p. 146 — Sub: Critical
This book comprises author’s lecture which had given in
Calcutta University Vivekananda Centenary lectures on
Advaita Vedanta in 1975.
GAHANANANDA, Swami and PARVINDOR G (Ed)—
Swami Vivekananda in East and West; Ramakrishna Vedanta
Centre, London, 1968 — Sub: Critical Study.
This book emphasizes Swamiji’s impact from east to west and
his contribution for the development of mankind.
GANGULY, Monomohan — Swami Vivekananda : A study;
Contemporary Publisher, Calcutta, 1907, p. 98 — Sub: Biogra-
It is a study of the life of Swami Viekananda. Various facts of
the life of Swami are studied in the context of Indian philoso-
phy, religion and social structure.
GHOSH, Anil Chandra — Swami Viekananda : His life and
message, Presidency Library, Calcutta — Sub: Biography.
This book narrates the life and message of Swamijni.
Ghosh, Gautam — The prophet of modern India : A biography
of Swami Vivekananda; Rupa & Co. New Delhi, 2003, VIII, p.
146 plus illus — Sub: Biography.
This book is the life sketch of Swamiji. In this book the author
deals with the life of Swamiji.
GHOSH, Swarup Prasad — Swami Vivekananda’s economic
though in modern International perspective : India as a case
study: RMIC, Kolkata — Sub: Critical Study.
This book is the post doctoral dissertation of the author. This
book deals with Swamiji’s economic ideas and views in con-
nection with the role of agriculture in India’s socio-economic
life, India’s industrialization, importance of poverty eradication
programmes in India, social justice etc.
GHOSH, Swaru Prasad — Swami Vivekananda’s view on the
role of religion and cast in India’a socio-political life : A
cointemporary perspective — Sub: Critical study.
In this book the author tried to investigtate how Viekananda
visualized the reole of religion and caste in India’s political and
social life. He has pointed out the connection as well as the
contradictions between the views of Swamiji and our political
leaders. Under these circumstances the teachings of
Vivekananda and the ways and means he focussed on to solve,
these recent problems India is facing will be highlighted. The
thesis tried to find out what solution could emerge to these
acute problems our nations is facing.
GNATUK, Danil Chuk A.P. — Tolstoy and Vivekananda;
RMIX, Calcutta, 1987, p. 63 — Sub: Critical Study.
This book comparatively discussed about the philosophy and
contribution of these two great philosophers.
GOKHALE, B.G. — Indian thought through the ages; Asia
Publishing House, Madras, 1961, p. 236 — Sub: Vedanta.
This book describes Swamiji’s views on illusion and reality
and of his philosophical concepts and approaches to Vedanta.
GOKULANANDA, Swami — Swami Vivekananda : The ideal
of the youth; Ramakrishna Mission, New Delhi, 1993, III, p. 28
— Sub: Philosophy/study.
This booklet was published in connection with the centenary of
Swamiji’s appearence at the Parliament of Religions, in Chi-
cago for the youth of India.
GOSWAMI, Devaprasad — Viekananda Swami; Calcutta,
Author, 1953, p. 50 — Sub: Pictorial Biography.
It contains photos of Swamiji.
GOYAL, J.B. — Swami Vivekananda : His human bonds —
Swamiji was a humanist. He had a strong bond of love, com-
passion with the people. The author deals with human bonds of
GUPTA, Harishchanda — Swami Vivekananda studies in
Soiviet Union; RMIC, Calcutta, 1987, XV, p. 450 — Sub:
This book has been translated in English from the Russian
Language by the author on the occasion of 150th Birth
Anniversory of Sri Ramakrishna. In this book different Russian
writers discussed about Vivekananda’s message and his role.
GUPTA, Narendranath — Ramakrishna Vivekananda — Sub:
This book deals with the life and message of Ramaakrishna -
Gupta Ombica — Swami Vivekananda and America; USIS,
New Delhi, 1963, p. 32 — Sub:Critical Study.
In this book the author deals with Swamiji’s triumphant visit in
America and his contribution for the western people and con-
nection with the American people.
GUPTA Ombica, ed. and SHARRMA J.— Swami
Vivekananda and America; USIS, New Delhi, 1963, p 32 —
Sub: Critical Study.
In this book the author deals with Swamiji’s triumphant visit
in Americe, and his contribution for western people and con-
nection with the American people.
HARSHANANDA, Swami — On Vivekananda’s Chicago
Address; Bangalore Ramakrishna Math,m November, 1993 +
illus, p. 24 — Sub: Critical study.
In this book the author discusses about Swamiji’s Chicago
address and its impact.
HARSANANDA, Swami — Vivekananda the citadel of power
and strength; R,K,Math, Bangalore, 2004 — Sub: Compilation.
In this book the messages of Vivekananda on power and
strength are collected.
HONER Terrance D Iyengar K.R.S. — Swami Vivekananda;
Samata Books, Madras, 1988 — Sub: Biography.
It is a short biography on Swamiji.
HOSSAIN Musaraf — Swami Vivekananda’s philosophy of
education; Ratna Prakashani, Calcutta, 1980, p. 233 — Sub:
It is a published thesis on Vivekananda’s Educational Policy.
Vivekananda’s philosophy was grounded in Vedanta with an
emphasis on the wholeness and oneness of reality and the
individual as a composite of that reality.
INDIRA, T — Thematic Analysis of the poems of Swami
Vivekananda, poondi; AVVM Sri Pushpam College — Critical
The author has given a linguistic analysis of the poems of
ISHATMANANDA, Swami — Tales from Vivekananda illus
by Ramakrishna Bose; Advaita Ashrama, Calcutta, Jan. 1989,
p. 32 + illus. — Sub: Compilation.
Familiar names of men and women, thus bringing them close to
us and making them more intimate, living and personal.
JAGATIANI, G.M. — (Swami) Vivekananda : Redeemer of our
Faith; Bombay, D 22, Self Help HSG Society, ST. Francis Rd.
Vile parle (West), 1985, p. 130.
In this book the author showed how Vivekananda rejuvenated
Indian Culture, history, civilization and faith.
JAGADISWARANANDA, Swami — Swami Vivekananda
and modern India; Ramakrishna Vedanta Math, Calcutta, VIII,
P. 65 1 2nd ed, reprint, May, 1990 — Sub: History.
This book deals with the works of Swamiji and how it inspired
the young men to serve India according to the light of Swami
JAGATIANI G.M. — The fire and flame of Swami
Vivekananda, Swami Vivekananda: the militant Hindu Monk,
Bombay the shooting star, 1985, p. 101 — Sub: Nationalism.
The author discussed about Swamiji’s contribution in the
revival of Hinduism in this Book.
JAGATAB, Jayanti — The sacred and the secular : A study in
the philosophy of Vivekananda; Upagupta publication,
Berhampur, VIII, p. 140, 1991.
Here the author deals with Swamiji’s philosophical ideas.
There was no place for dogmatism, communalism, in
Swamiji’s philosophy of man-making and nation building. In
this book these ideas of Vivekananda are elaborated from the
scholars’s point of view.
Jitatmananda, Swami — Indian Ethos for Management. India’s
Management Philosophy based on Swami Vivekananda’s
Practical Vedanta; Sri Ramakrishna Ashrama, Rajkot, 2005 p.
12 + 196 — Sub: Vedanta/Philosophy.
This book deals with India’s Management Philosophy based on
Swamiji’s Practical Vedanta theory.
Jayaraman, P. — Swami Vivekananda - the Prophet of India -
2002, New York; Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan — Sub: Critical
In this book the author discussed how Vivekananda inspired
Jitatmananda, Swami — Swami Vivekananda : prophet and
Path finder. 2nd ed.; Sri Ramakrishna Math, Mylaya, 1985,
VIII, p. 190 — Sub: Critical Study.
Swamiji was a prophet of his time. He was a path finder. In this
book the author shows how he became the propet of education,
freedom, divinity and modern youth etc.
JITATMANANDA, Swami — Spiritual experience of
Ramakrishna-Vivekananda the world teachers; Sri
Ramakrishna Ashrama, Rajkote, X, p. 102 — Sub: Philosophy.
Relition is the realisation of the ultimate truths of human life,
through one’s own individual spiritual struggle. These experi-
ences of Sri Ramakrishna and Swami Vivekananda based on
their spiritual struggles, bring hope of such realiztion to mod-
ern man. These experiences lead towards a fundamental unity
among religions, they are destined to have a far reaching influ-
ence oin humanity. In this book the author describes about his
matter very precisely.
JITATMANANDA, Swami — Swami Vivekananda : Epeoch-
Maker Spiritual keader, 2nd ed; Sri Ramakrishna Ashrama,
Rajkot, March 2004, XII, p. 148 + illus — Sub: Critical Study.
This book written on the occasion of a workshop “India’s
emergence as a world leader and the role of spiritual culture”
held in Rajkot. In this book the writer tried to project the uni-
versal, national huymanistic and all embracing leadership of
Swami Vivekananda both as a nation-maker and a creator of a
world-wide spiritual civilization.
Jitatmananda, Swami — Swami Vivekananda : His national
and International Dimensions; R. Misssion Sw. Vivekananda’s
Ancestral House & Cultural Centre, Kolkata, 2006, IV, p. 50 —
These papers read out in a sminar held in 2006 and later incor-
porated in a book. This book emphasises that how
Vivekananda inspired the India’s freedom struggler and its
leaders. This book also deals with Swamiji’s view on interna-
tional brotherhood and it also pointed the facts how he became
the prophet of internationalism.
JYOTIRMAYANANDA, Swami — Viekananda - His Gospel
of man-making; Masdras Shakti Chctput, 1986 — Sub: Phi-
In his words Swamiji said that ‘man-making’ was his mission.
In this book the author elaborated how Swamiji inspired the
common people for the service of this nation.
KAR, Souribandhu — Swami Vivekananda and Vedantic
Socialism — Sub: Socialism/Vedantic Philosophy.
In the eyes of Vedanta all men are same. All are the descend-
ents/children of the Absolute. In the modern times Swamiji was
the most popular/vibrant preacher of Vedanta. In this book the
author describes about Swamiji’s view on Vedantic Socialism.
KANAGA, Maria Arokian — Man without Frontier : The
ultimate concern of Swami Vivekananda; P. 96, 1988 (Salestan
Pontifical University, faculty of Philosophy, Thesis No. 239) —
In this thesis/research Swamiji’s long struggle through out his
life for the uplift of masses have been focussed.
It is an extract from the author’s thesis. It deals with Swamiji’s
epistemological and metaphysical basis, religious ideas, ethics,
morals, social philosophy, political philosophy and educational
philosophy. It has an extensive bibliography on Swamiji.
KAPOOR Satish K. — Cultural contact and fusion : Swami
Vivekananda in the West 1893-96; Jalandhar : Modern Market,
1987, p. 432. — Sub: Critical Study.
Swamiji’s arrival and presence in U.S.A. made a tremendous
impact on the cultural contact/connection between east and
west. The author meticulously deals with this subject.
KASTURI, N — Swami Vivekananda the patriot monk of
modern India; Ramakrishna Ashrama, Mysore, 1926, p.38 —
Swamiji was a born patriot. He inspired thousands of people to
sacrifice for the Motherland. He was one of the builders of
Modern India. The author delivered a lecture about this subject
at Mysore on the occasion of the 64th Birth Anniversary of
Swami Vivekananda, celebrated by Sri Ramakrishna Ashrama.
KARANDIKAR V.R. — Swami Vivekananda : The Universal
Man, tr. from Marathi by Ashok M. Godbole, edt. by C.S,
Inamder; Snehal Prakashan, Pune, 2005, VIXXVI, p. 460, from
pls. V2,VIII, p. 452, from pls. V3 VIII, p. 447 from pls. — Sub:
This book is the English translation of the original Marathi
work ‘Viswamanava Swami Vivekananda’. This book is an
extensive biography of the great soul in tree volumes. This
book has been translated by Ashok M. Godbole.
KUNNUMPURTH J. — The concept of man According to
Swami Vivekananda. Rome Thomas Pontificial University,
1972 (Unpublished doctoral Thesis).
This paper consists Swamiji’s idea of man.
LAHIRI, K.C. ed. — Vivekananda : a dialect of power and a
dialect of pain; Sushila, Howrah, 1983, p. 22 — Sub: Critical
Swamiji’s life was full of struggle and pain. Though his inner
strength and firm conviction he brushed aside all those obsta-
cles. In this small book the author lighted those facts of
Lokeswarananda, Swami — World thinkers on Ramakrishna-
Vivekananda; RMIC, Calcutta, 2nd ed., 1983 — Sub: Compila-
In this book remarks of different renowned personalities of
national and international nature about RV were collected and
LOKESWARANANDA, Swami (publisher) — Swamiji’s
return to India,; RMIC, 1998, p. 60. — Sub: Compilation.
This booklet is the translation of the original Bengali Book
‘Vivekanander Bharat Pratyavartan’. The booklet has been
published at a time when the nationa was celebrating the cente-
nary of Swamiji’s return home.Swamiji’s homecoming revived
India and gave her back her self-respect. In this book the infor-
mation about Swamiji’s home coming were compiled.
LOKESWARANANDA, Swami — Swami Vivekananda at a
glance — Sub: Biography.
This deals with Swamiji’s life in a nutshell. This book will be
helpful to the new reader’s of Vivekananda’s life.
LOKESARANANDA, Swami (Editor and Compilor) —
Perenial Vivekananda : A Selection; Sahitya Akademi, New
Delhi, 1992, XXIII, p. 300 — Sub: Biography.
This book is a collection from Swamiji’s writings and letters
and Complete Works published to mark the 125 birth anniver-
sary of Swami Vivekananda.
LOKESWARANANDA, Swami — The life and message of
Swami Viekananda, Companded and ed.; R.Math and R. Mis-
sion, Howrah, Sept, 1933 — Sub: Biography.
In this book the author presented Swamiji’s life and message in
a briefed manner.
LOKESWARANANDA, Swami — Swami Viekananda : His
Life and message, RMIC, Kolkata, 1994, p. 74 — Sub: Biog-
Swami Vivekananda give much food for thought. This book
brings that food to those who are looking for a rational way to
solve some of India’s - also, world’s outstanding problems.
Lokeswarananda, Swami — Swami Vivekananda the friend of
all; RMIC, Kolkata, 1994, p. 75 — Sub: Biography.
The message of Viekananda is universal. His works and mes-
sages are dear to students, youths, workers, parents, philoso-
phers and to all. In this book Swamiji’s life and message are
compiled by the author.
The life of Swami Vivekananda by His Eastern and western
Disciples — by his Eastern and Western Disciples, Advaita
Ashrama, Mayabati, Vol. 1 & II, 1st reprint 1993 — Sub:
Swami Vivekananda’s towering personality influenced numer-
ous persons in India nand aborad in various ways. The impress
which his life and character made on those, who were about
him and the recounting of these memories by them reveal the
multiple facets of Swamiji’s personality.
These volumes deal with Swami Vivekanands full biography
and his two visits to the Western Wrold.
Last days of the Swami Vivekananda — Hamalayas : Advaita
Ashrama, 1927, p. 96 — Sub: Biography.
This book presents the life of Swami Vivekananda in his last
days.Traces Swamiji’s travel in Eastern Bengal and Assam,
Buddhyagaya and Benaras. His last days of discipline and
meditation, ominous signs and hints of the coming end,
Mahasamadhi are described.
MAHADEVAN, T.M.P. — Swami Vivekananda and the Indian
Renaissance, Ramakrishna Mission Vidyalaya Teachers Col-
lege, Coimbatore, 1967, p. 114 — Sub: Life and Philosophy.
This book contains lectures delivered by the author in two
parts. Part I deals briefly with the life of Swamiji and Part II
deals Vedanta, Education and religious practices as viewed by
MAJUMDER Amiya Kumar — Swami Vivekananda and
America, Understanding Vivekananda: United States Informa-
tion service, New Delhi, 1963 — Sub: Critical Study.
Here the author discussed Swamiji’s activities and impact in
MAJUNDER, A.K. — Understanding Vivekananda; Sanskrit
Pustak Bhandar, Calcutta, 1972, p. 94 — Sub: Compilation.
It is an analysis of the basic thought of Swamiji. It is a collec-
tion of articles by the author published in various journals and
commemoration volumes dealing with the role of Swamiji in
building India. Views of Swamiji on Education, Vedanta,
Religion, Socialism, Secularism etc. are dealt with.
MAJUMDER, B — Vivekananda the informer of Max Muller;
Scientific Book agency, Calcutta, 1966 — Sub: Discussion.
Here the relation between these two great men were discussed.
The ideasand works of these two great men were also elabo-
rated in this book.
MAJUMDER, Ramesh nChandra — Swami Vivekananda : a
historical review, 2nd ed.; Advaita Ashram, Calcutta, June,
1999, p 170 + illus, 22 CN 1st ed. 1965 — Compilation.
These are lectures delivered by the author at the University of
Patna, during 10-12 Feb, 1964. They deal with Swamiji in
India and in the West. Includes Bibliography and Glossary and
Appendices of the English poems and Bengali.
MAJUMDER, Ramesh Chandra ed.— Swami Vivekananda
Centenary Memorial Volume, Calcutta, 1963, p. 617. — Sub:
In this memorial volume different writers/contributors written
about Swamiji from different corners.
MALCOM Smith E.F. — Vivekananda; Trichurn and Sons,
1934, V.Sundara Iyer — Sub: Biography
This book is a beief life history of Swamiji. The author put
down all the related matters about Swamiji in every precise
MALCOM Smith E.F. (tr.) — The life of Vivekananda and thye
Universal gospel, Advaita Ashrama, 1993, VIII, p. 382 — Sub:
This book was originally written by Romain Rolland in French.
The present author translated this book in English.
MANNUMEL, Thomas — The Advaita of Viekananda;
T.R.Publications Pvt. Ltd., Madras, for Satya Nilayari Publica-
tion, 1991, p. 180. — Sub: Advaita Philosophy.
It is a philosophical analysis and critical evaluation of the
writings and speeches of Swami Vivekananda on Advaita
VIVEKANANDA, Swami, 7th ed., Tapovanam, 1996, IV, p.
208 with a brief life sketch of Swami Vivekananda — Man
Making message of Vivekananda.
For college students.
MITAL, S.S. — The Social and political ideas of Swami
Vivekananda; Metropoliton Book Co., New Delhi, 1979, p. 338
— Sub: Sociology.
Swamiji was aprophet, a lion maong the men of his time. His
multifaced personality impressed, mobilised stupefied this
natgion as well as the whole mankind in a large sense. Swamiji
was a socialist also. The author very vividly discussed
Vivekananda’s social and political views in this book.
MITRA, Kamakhyanath — Swami Vivekananda the great
world teacher and prophet of New India, Vivekananda Society,
Calcutta, 1917, p. 60 — Sub: Biography.
It is a reprint of the lecture by the author published in
Braghnavadub. It is a publication covering the essentials of the
life and teaching of Swamiji.
MUKHERJEE, Mihir Ranjan — Emersion of Vivekananda;
Publisher 1978, Calcutta — Sub: Critical Study.
In this book the emergence of Vivekananda from all types of
barriers and obstacles are discussed.
MITRA, Kamakhyanath — Swami Vivekananda, the
Vivekananda Society, Calcutta, 1972, p. 54, — Sub: Biogra-
This book deals with the study of Swamiji with reference to his
life and works in the contemporary times.
Mukherjee, Nanda — Vivekananda’s influence on Subhas;
Jayasri Publications, Calcutta, 1977, Second Edition, 1987, p.
81 — Sub: Critrical Study.
This is a modest attempt to spread the ideals of Swami
Vivekananda which inspired man like Subhas Chandra Bose.
The author has incorporated, in the second edition, the
intgelligence report on Swami Vivekananda prepared for the
Govt. of India Foreign Dept. in 1896 and preserved in India
Office Record, London.
MUKHERJEE, Nanda — Swami Vivekananda and Subhas
Chandra Bose; Netaji Probet Research Foundation, New Delhi
— Sub: Comparative Study.
Netaji was the mental child of Swamiji. In this book the author
dealswith the life of Swamiji and Netaji. Also the author dis-
cussed Swamiji’s impact on Netaji.
MUKHERJEE, Hiren — Vivekananda and India freedom;
RMIC, Calcutta, Dec., 2000, VI, p. 40, Reprint 1st publication
in Nov 1986. — Sub: Compilation.
It is a collection of lectures given by the author during July
1985 at RMIC on Viekananda and Indian Freedom.
MUKHERJEE, Haridas — Benoy Sarkar and Ramakrishna
Vivekananda Movement, RMIC, Calcutta, 1988, p. 49 — Sub:
In this book the author describes the relation of great socialist
Prof. Benoy Sarkar with Ramakrishna Vivekananda Movement.
MUKHERJEE, Jayasri — The Ramakrishna-Vivekananda
Movement : Impact of Indian Society and politics (1893-1922)
with special reference to Bengal, Calcutta, Pharma, KLM,
1997, XII, p. 338 — Sub: Critical Study.
In this book the impact of Ramakrishna and Vivekananda
movement in this nation as well as in Bengal authentically
MUKHERJEE, Ajita — Niskam karma in the philosophy of
Swami Vivekananda; Renuka Ganguly, Kolkata, X, p. 68, 2004
— Sub: Philosophy.
This brief work aims at discussing the meaning and value of
‘Niskama karma’ or ‘desireless action’ specially with reference
to the Gita and the philosophy of Vivekananda.
MUKHERJEE, L.A. — Swami Vivekananda : Echoes of
distant thunders, p. 31 — Sub: Message.
Once Swamiji said he was voice without form. This voiuce
echoed from one corner to another corner of the globe and
resurrected the oppressed people from deep sleep. The author
clarified these things in his book.
MUKHERJEE, Santilal — The philosophy of man-making : A
study in social and political ideas of Swami Viekananda; New
Central Book Agency, Calcutta, 1971 — Sub: Philosophy.
The author dealth with the socio-political ideas of Vivekananda
in this book.
Mukherjee, Santilal — Swami Vivekananda - Echoes of distant
Thunder, Prima Publication, Calcutta, p. 31 — Sub: Philoso-
In this book the author deals with Swamiji’s message and its
impact on the soiciety.
MUKHERJEE S.K. — Tributes to Vivekananda, comp. & ed.
p. 34 — Sub: Compilation.
This hand book is a compilation of different remarks about
Swamiji by many eminent personalities of different era.
MUKHERJEE, Gobindagopal — Swami Vivekananda : Pearls
of Wisdom; RMIC, Calcutta, 1988, p. 212 — Sub: Compila-
This book contains Swamiji’s selected speeches and writings.
MUKHOPADHYAYA, Nabaniharan — Swami
Vivekanandaand the world of youth; Kharadaha (West Bengal)
: Akhil Bharat Vivekananda Youth Mahamandal, 1985, p. 220
— Sub: Message.
Swamiji had total faith on the youth of India. Hence the author
described how Swamiji rejuvinated the young people of India.
MURDOCH, John — Swami Vivekananda : on Hinduism;
Madras Christtan Literature Society, 1895 — Sub: Hinduism.
Here the author described Swamiji’s comments on Hinduism.
MUTTUCLUMANDU, T. — Vivekananda : Prophet of the
new age of India and the world; The Ramakrishna Mission
Ashrama, Colombo, 1963, p. 206 — Sub: Philosophy.
It deals with Swamiji’s message of unfailing courage, sustain-
ing love and desire to serve humanity and the quintessence of
the four yogas, namely Raja, Bhakti, Karma and Jnana.
MYREN, Ann, ed. — Swami Vivekananda : Livingat the
source : Yaga teaching of Vivekananda.
Here the author described swamiji’s explanation about four
yogas i.e. Raja Yoga, Bhakti Yoga, Jnana Yora and Karma
NAIR, V. Sukumaran — Swami Vivekananda : The educator;
Sterling, Delhi, 1927 — Sub: Education.
Swamiji was a great educator. Accoring to him education is the
manifestation of perfection. He believed value-based and man-
making education. The author discussed the great Swamiji’s
educational philosophy in this book.
NAIR, V. Sukumaran — Swami Vivekananda : Education;
Oxford University Press, London, 1986, p. 93 — Sub: Educa-
Here the author deals with Swamiji’s view on education.
NARAYAN, S. — Towards Better Education; Navajiban Pub-
lishing House, Ahmedabad, 1969, p. 196 — Sub: Education.
The ideas of Swamiji on education and his call to the youth of
India are analysed.
NARAYANSWAMI T.V. — Life of Swami Vivekananda
(12.1.1863 to 4.7.1902), Bombay Centra Chinmaya Mission
Trust, 1983, p. 54 — Sub: Biography.
Here the editor dealt with Swamiji’s life in a concise manner.
Natesan, M.S. — Swami Vivemananda : A Sketch; National
Library, Calcutta, 1st pub.1913, — Swami Vivekananda Cen-
tenary Exhjibition, 1964 — Sub: Biography.
In this booklet the author discussed Swamiji’s life in short
manner. This booklet was published by National Library to
commemorate Swamiji birth centenary.
NEHRU, Jawaharlal — Sri Ramakrishna and Swami
Vivekananda (ed. by Barendranath Neogi), 9th impression;
Advaita Ashrama, Calcutta, Nov. 1991, p. 29 — Sub: Compila-
In this book we can see Nehru’s different comments on
NIKHILANANDA, Swami — Vivekananda : A biography,
Advaita Ashrama, Calcutta, 1994 — Sub: Biography.
This book is a biographical representation of Swamiji’s life and
NIKHILESWARANANDA, Swami — Swami Vivekananda’s
wanderings in Gujrat — Sub: History.
In this book the author discussed thoroughly Swamiji’s visit in
Gujrat and his footsteps in the different parts of Gujrat.
NIRVEDANANDA, Swami — Swami Vivekananda on India
and her problems; Advaita Ashrama, Almora, 1971, p. 96 —
Deals with India, its present decadence the philosophical
aspects of regeneration education which is the panancea for all
social evils, caste problems, ways and means to the uplift of
masses, and the uplift of women and the way of invigorating
our cultural life.
Nirvedananda, Swami — Swami Vivekananda and spiritual
renaissance — Sub Spiritualism.
Swamiji’s advent marked the regeneration India’s philosophy
and culture. In this book the author described Swamiji’s contri-
NIRVEDANANDA, Swami — Swami Vivekananda and
spiritual freedom, Ramakrishna Math, Belur Math, 1936 —
Swamiji said every individual is potentially divine. By discard-
ing all bondage, every person has to reach the ultimate goal.
The author precisely dealt with this matters.
NIVEDITA, Sister — The Master as I Saw Him, 17th ed;
Udbodhan, Calcutta, July, 1994, 1st ed. - 1910 — Sub: reminis-
This book contains an outstanding and illuminating exposition
of the life of Swami Vivekananda.
NIVEDITA, Sister — Notes of some wanderings with Swami
Vivekananda, 7th ed.; Udbodhan, Calcutta, March, 1994, pp.
16 + 108 plus illus., Edited by Swami Saratchandra , Calcutta,
1913, p. 166 — Sub: Biography.
This book describes some bright glimpses of the yet undiscov-
ered nooks of the private life of Swami Vivekananda.
Nivedita, Sister — Swamiji and his message, 8th imprression,
Advaita Ashrama, Calcutta, Jan., 1993, p. 60, 1st ed. Jan., 1970
— Sub: Biography.
Here the author narrated Swamiji’s life and message in very
PATTERSON, Maureen, L.P. and ALSPAUGH, W.J.— South
Asian Civilization : A Bibliographic Synthesis; Chicago Uni-
versity of Chicago Press, 1981, (continue Bibliography on
Swamiji) — Sub: Bibliography.
This book comprises a bibliography of Swamiji.
PANDINJAREKARA, J.S. — Christ in the Writings of Swami
Vivekananda; Ottawa : St. Paul University, 1971 (Unpublished
doctoral thesis) — Sub: Critical Study.
In his thesis paper the researcher discussed about Swamiji’s
writings on Christ.
Parameswaran, P. — Marx and Vivekananda - A Comparative
Study; Stealing Publishers, New Delhi, 1987, p. 137 — Sub:
Here the author comparatively discussed the views of material-
ist philosopher Karl Marx with Swami Vivekananda.
PARRINDER, Geoffrey, Joint author — Swami Vivekananda
in east and west; The Ramakrishna Vedanta Centre, London,
1968 — Sub: History.
Here the author deals with Swamiji’s impact in east and west.
PARRINDER, Geoffrey — Swami Vivekananda in Germany;
German Indian Association — Sub: History.
In this book the author showed Ramakrishna-Vivekananda
Movement specially Vivekananda howmuch discussed or
studied in Germany.
PILGRIM (P.M.) Prend — Emersion of Vivekananda — Sub:
Here the authors deal how Swamiji uplifted the masses from
PRABHANANDA, Swami — Swami Viekananda’s vision of
Rural Developmenbt, 3rd ed.; R.K.Mission Lokashiksha
Parisad, Narendrapur, January, 2003, VIII, p. 103, 1st pub.
1989, 2nd ed. 1992 — Sub: Sociology.
The author delivered two lectures in 1984 at RMIC on this
subject. Later these lectures were published in a book form.
The author expressed his views within three chapters in this
book. In these chapters the author discussed the rural develop-
ment in pre-independent India, Tagore’s experiment of rural
upliftment, Swamiji’s pragmatic approach, Swamiji’s views
and visions of rural India etc. in very rational way from na-
tional point of view.
PRADHAN, Ashoke Kumar — Medical concept of Swami
Viekananda — Sub: Critical Study.
Here the author discussed about Swamiji’s rational thinking
which is specially concerned with medical field.
Panchapagesar, K. (ed.) — Relevance of Swami Viekananda’s
teachings; The Institute of Vivekananda Studies, Madras, 1994
— Sub: Philosophy.
It is the outcome of a Seminar discussing themes on religion,
philosophy, education, culture, youth studies, women’s studies
and social reformation etc. of Swamiji’s teaching in relation to
the contemporary Indian scenario.
PANDYA, Dushyanta — Swami Vivekananda : The Monarch
of Monks — Sub: Biography.
Here the author revealed Swamiji as the king of monks. His
renunciation, austerity, sacrifice for mankind - symbolised him
as one of greatest monks of all time, the author accurately
elaborated this subject in this book.
PARANJAPE Makarand, ed. — The Penguin Swami
Vivekananda Reader; Penguin Books, 2005, XVI, p. 311 —
This book is the anthological representation of Swamiji’s
works and there is also a brief life sketch of Vivekananda.
PRABHUSANKARA — The reconciliation opf cast : West
cultural values in Swami Vivekananda, RMIC, Calcutta, 1997,
p. 210 — Sub: Philosophy.
This speech have been delivered by the author on the founda-
tion of RMIC. In this lecture the author demonstrated how
Vivekananda reconciliated eastern and western cultural
PRUGH, Linda — Josephine, Mac.Leoud and Vivekananda’s
Mission; Ramakrishna Math, Chennai, 1998, V/VII, p. 544 +
illus. — Sub: Critical Study.
Macleod acted a great role, in the foundation of R. Mission to
fulfill Swamiji’s dream and mission. In this book the attach-
ment and contribution of Macleod with Vivekananda’s mission
thoroughly investigated and produced.
PUSALKAR, A.D. — Swami Vivekananda : The patriot Saint
of modern India, Bombay, 1958, p. 48 — Sub: Patriotism.
This is a paper read at the 95th birth anniversary of Swami
Vivekananda at Sri Ramakrishna Ashrama, Khar, Bombay, on
27th January, 1957. Describes Swamiji as a great hero and saint
RAMBACHAN, Anantanand — Limits of Scripture :
Vivekananda’s Re-interpretation of the Vedas — Sub: Critical
In this book the author discussed Swamiji’s thinking & inter-
pretation on Vedas.
RAMBAR, Hannsra — Vivekananda - The warrior Saint;
Farsight Publisher and Distributors, Delhi, 1995, p. 280 —
Sub: Critical Study.
In this book the author discussed about Swamiji’s struggle
against all types of inequalities, injustices and opressions.
RAGHAVESHANANDA, Swami — Vivekananda : The Eter-
nal Boy; Sri Ramakrishna Math, Madras, 1986, p. 32 — Sub:
This book is an illustrated Biography of Swamiji for children.
RADICE William — Swami Vivekananda and the modernisa-
tion of Hinduism; Oxford University Press, New Delhi, 1999,
X, p. 299 — Sub: Critical Study.
This volume of fourteen essays gives new depth to our under-
standing of the aims and achievements of Swami Vivekananda.
It invites us to relate him to movements and individuals outside
his native Bengal. This book finally distances Swami
Vivekananda from chauvinist or communal misinterpretations
of his work.
Swamiji’s return to India Re-print, Calcutta; The RMIC, Sept.
1998, IV, p. 60, 1st ed., 1007 — Sub: Hisatory.
In this book Swamiji’s triumphant return in India have been
RAMAKRISHNA, R — Swami Vivekananda : Awaker of
modern India; Madras Sri Ramakrishna Math, New Delhi,
1967, p. 109 — Sub: Biography.
In this book the author made a short sketch of Swamiji’s life.
This book has been written specially for youth of India.
RAMABARDHAN, R.S. — Vivekananda : Divinity of earth,
Madras Vivekananda Literature Social, 1991, XXXI, p. 168 —
This book illustrated Swamiji’s contribution as a messanger
and as a prophet. The author here also discussed how Swamiji
elevated people towards absolute.
RANADE, Eknath — Swami Vivekananda’s rousing call to
Hindu Nations; Swastik Prakashan, Calcutta, 1963, p.168 —
Sub: Lectures & Addresses.
This book contains addresses and lectures of Swamiji calling
the youth of India and Hindu Nations as a whole for dedicating
themselves to the taks of saving the nation and to inculcte the
concept of universal brotherhood.
RANGANATHANANDA, Swami — Swami Vivekananda and
the future of India; R. Mission, New Delhi, IV, p. 14 — Sub:
This article had been contributed by the author in the Daily
Gazett, Karachi on Aug. 15, 1947, then it subsequently ap-
peared in Prabuddha Bharata in Sept., 1947 issue. After that it
was incorporated in this booklet. In this booklet the author
describes precisely Swamiji’s comments and ideas about the
glorious days for India.
Reminisances of Swami Vivekananda by his Easterrn and
Western Admirers; Advaita Ashrama Publication Department,
Calcutta, 3rd ed. VIII, p. 430 — Sub: Memoirs/Compilation.
This book is the remoirs of Swamiji’s Eastern and Western
Admirers. It lighted the various aspects of Swamiji’s life.
RANGANATHANANDA, Swami — Swami Vivekananda :
His life and Mission; R.K.Mission Institute of Culture, Cal-
cutta, 1966, 3rd impression, II, p. 20 — Sub: Biography.
In this book the author deals with Swamiji’s life and his mis-
RANGANATHANANDA, Swami — The meeting of East and
West in Swami Vivekananda; The Ramakrishna Vivekananda
Centre, London, 1968, p. 223 — Sub: Philosophy.
This book describes Swamiji’s religious work in the East and
the West. Swamiji’s philosophy of education and social service,
service to humanity and his universality are also discussed.
RANGANATHANANDA, Swami — Swami Vivekananda an
universal ethics and moral conduct, Bharatiya Bidya Bhavan,
Bombay, 1st pub. 1965, VI, 1995, p. 98 — Sub: Ethics.
Without morality, truthfulness or ethics, a nation cannot stand
properly on its feet. In this book the author deals with
Swamiji’s view on universal ethics and morality and how it
helps the people to build themselves into proper human beings.
RANGANATHANANDA, Swami — Swami Vivekananda :
His Humanism; Advaita Ashrama, 1994 — Sub: Humanism.
During his stat at Moscow, the author gave his main lecture on
this subject. Then this lecture was published in Prabuddha
Bharat. After that it was published in a book form.
Vivekananda’s humanism as a far reaclhing signal fieance in
the estimation of values in human life, is humanism is divine it
its nature as it touches the central theoiry of man. The author
described very meticulously about this matter.
RANGANATHANANDA, Swami — Swami Vivekananda’s
Synthesis of Science and religion; RMIC, Calcutta, 1964, p. 72
In this book the author discussed how science and religion co-
related according to Swamiji’s philosophy.
RANGANATHANANDA, Swami — Vivekananda and the
service of the common man; Advaita Ashrama, Kolkata, Dec.,
2003, p. 48 — Sub: Service.
In this booklet the author described how Swamiji directed to
serve the downtrodden people. Those people who are engaged
in the planning of activities for the upliftment of our masses
will be highly benefitted from this book.
RANGANATHANANDA, Swami — Eternal values for a
changing Society; Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan, Bombay, 1984 p.
572 — Sub: Eternal Values.
This book describes contributions of Swami Vivekananda to
modern thought says that Swamiji’s concept of spirituality is a
dynamic force expressing itself as unfailing basis of continuous
advanacement towards the only human goal i.e. God realiza-
RANGANATHANANDA, Swami — Swami Vivekananda and
Human Excelleence; Advaita Ashrama, 1st Edition, June, 1990,
5th impression, May, 2000 — Sub: Education.
The Swami delivered a lecture about this matter in Harvard
University on 1985. Then this was produced in book form.
Here the author discussed about Swamiji’s message on human
excellence, man’s spiritual depth dimension and how Swamiji
educates India to achieve total human excellence.
RANGANATHANANDA, Swami — The Universal Sym-
phony of Swami Vivekananda; Advaita Ashrama, Kolkata,
Oct., 2003, p. 264 + illus. — Sub: Universal Humanism.
Now, in this modern, dynamic and urbulent time, people are
searching for common meeting points, mutual understanding,
appreciation and harmony, marging all racial and sectarian
outlook - gradually leading to a grand symphony of human
culture. Vivekananda was an embodiment of human culture.
The author described this matter narratedly in this book.
RAO, K. Vyasa — The Master and the desciple — Sub: Com-
Here the author deals with the life and works of Sri
Ramakrishna and Swami Vivekananda.
RAO, V. K. R. V. — Vivekananda’s message to the youth;
Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan, 1970, p. 86 — Sub: Message.
Swami Vivekananda’s ideals and his immortal message to the
youth of India are discussed.
RAO, V.K.R.V. — Swami Vivekananda : the Prophet of
Vedantic Socialism; Ministry of Information and Broadcasting,
New Delhi, 1979 — Sub: Philosophy.
Swamiji was a Vedantist. He preached the ideals of Vedanta
from east to west. He explained himself as a socialist also. He
wanted to assimilate the Vedanta and socialism symultaneously
for the uplift of the masses. The author very accurately elabo-
rated this subject.
RAY, Irene R. (Ed.) — Swami Vivekananda stories for children
— Sub: Compilation.
Here the editor projected different stories of Swamiji for the
benefit of childlren.
REDDY, A.V. Rathna — The political philosophy of Swami
Vivekananda; Sterling Publishers, New Delhi, 1984, XVIII, p.
192 — Sub: Social and Political Philosophy.
Swami Vivekananda’s social and political ideas and thoughts in
the context of Vedanta are discussed.
ROLLAND, Romain — The life of Vivekananda and the
Universal gospel; Advaita Ashrama, Calcutta, 1953, p. 384 —
One of the most understanding and illuminating biographies of
Swamiji by the celebrated French author. This book was origi-
nally writtemn in French, the Malcom Smith E.F. translated in
ROY, Binoy Krishna — Socio-Political views of Vivekananda;
People Publishing House, New Delhi, 1973, p. 63 — Sub:
Deals with Swamiji’s social and philosophical views in the
context of contemporary Indian Scene.
ROY, Bhupendranath — Vivekananda; Golmara High School,
Purulia, 1964, 4 volumes, p. 33, contents : Vol. 1, In search of
Truth, Vol. 2..., Vol. 3, The Hindu Monk, Vol 4., The flame he
kindled — Sub: Biograph.
This small book deals with Swamiji’s life and works. This
book has four volumes which describes Vivekananda’s differ-
ent types of activities in a concise way.
ROY CHOWDHURY Sanat Kumar — Swami Vivekananda :
The man and his mission, Scientific Book Agency, Calcutta,
1966, p. 168 — Sub: Biography.
In this book the author described Swamiji’s life and his works.
Roy Chowdhury (ed.) — Vivekananda Commemoration Vol-
ume; Burdwan University, Burdwan, 1966 — Sub: Compila-
In this book the author described Swamiji’s life and his works.
ROY Chowdhury (ed.) — Vivekananda Commemoration
Volume; Burdwan University, Burdwan, 1966 — Sub: compila-
In this edited volume different authors discussed about
Vivekananda - his time and works.
Reminiscences of Swami Vivekananda 3rd. ed., Advaita
Ashrama, Calcutta, 1994, VIII, p. 430 — Sub: Memories.
In this book different reputed personalities elaborated their
memories about Swamiji. They lighted upon different aspects
of Swamiji’s life.
SADASIVANANDA, Swami — Vivekananda My Master
(Reminisences), 1957, New Delhi, the author — Sub: Memo-
In this book the author recollected his association with
Vivekananda in very lucid manner.
SIKDAR, B.N — Studies in Vivekananda; Kshetra
Sikdar, Hooghly, V, p. 154, 1995 — Sub: Compilation.
This book is a collection of essays published from time to time
in the journals of Ramakrishna Mission. These essays include
Swamiji’s English verse the Eloquence of Swami Vivekananda,
Swami Vivekananda’s Odes etc.
In this book a reader can get the bird’s eye view of Swamiji’s
different types of writings in one book.
SHARMA, Arvind — Ramakrishna Vivekananda : New Per-
spectives. New Delhi and Bangalore Sterling Publishers Pvt.
Ltd., 1989, VIII, p. 141 — Sub: Biography.
It describes the life and achievements of Sri Ramakrishna and
Vivekananda from a varict of stand points. They have a trans-
forming influence on modern Hinduism.
SARVASTHANANDA, Swami — Swami Vivekananda and
the emergence of India through spiritual Culture; 1st edition,
2005, p. 90 + illus — Sub: Biography.
This book is a short biographical sketch of Swami Vivekananda
and a compilation of his words on the ‘Emergence of India
through Spiritual Culture’ with photographs and paintings
depicting his wonderful life and message.
SARVABHUTANANDA, Swami (ed.) — Great Thinkers on
Ramakrishna-Vivekananda; RMIC, fourth printh - July, 2000,
Revised Edition: Dec, 2007, Revised 2nd edition - March, 2009
— Sub: Compilation.
In this new compilation volume many new informations are
collected. Here the comments and reverences of scholars,
philosophers, nation builders, thinkers on Sri Ramakrishan,
Swamiji are collected in a very precise manner.
SARKAR, Sumit — An Explortion of Ramakrishna-
Vivekananda tradition — Critical Study.
Here the author deals with the Ramakrishna-Vivekananda
Movement and the tradlition of R-V Legacy.
SANKAR, Benoy Kumar — Creative India from Mahenjodaro
to the age of Ramakrishna-Vivekananda — Sub: Critical Study.
Here the renowned writer discussed narratedly the tradition of
India culture from Harappan age to the recent Ramakrishna-
Vivekananda era. He also very authentically discussed about
the creativity/creative energy of this time.
SANKAR Benoy Kumar — The might of man in the social
philosophy of Ramakrishna and Vivekananda — Sub: Sociol-
In the light of Ramakrishna-Vivekananda social philosophy
each man is potentially divine. Man is the greatrest social
creature and he can change his destiny by his contineous strug-
gle. In this book the author discussed about Ramakrishna-
Vivekananda’s philosophy of social upliftment.
SATPRAKASHANANDA, Swami — The Goal and the Way -
The Vedantic Approach to lifes’ problems; (1st Indian Edn.);
Sri Ramakrishna Math, Madras.
SATPRAKASHANANDA, Swami — Swami Vivekananda’s
contribution to the present age; The Vedanta Society of St.
Louis, Mussouri, 1978, p. 251 — Sub: Sociology.
Swamiji’s special contribution to the present age is the deliver-
ance of a universal message condusive to man’s moral and
spiritual upliftment throughout the world and to the harmoni-
ous living of all human beings. The author who had seen
Swamiji during Swamiji’s short visit to Dacca wrote about
Vivekananda’s message with clarity and perception in this
collection of essays.
SASTRI K. S. Ramaswami — The message of Swami
Viekananda to the modern world; B. Math, Madras, 1915 (2nd
ed. 1928) p. 52 — Sub: Message.
In this book the author narrated briefly Swamiji’s message for
the modern and civilized world.
SEN, Amiya P. — Swami Vivekananda, 2nd imp, New Delhi,
oup. 2003,p. 110, 1st ed. 2000. — Sub: Critical Study.
This book is a series of short biographies of men and women
from the later nineteenth century to the present day, who have
contributed in discrete ways towards building modern India.
This book is a short, critical biography of Swami Vivekananda.
In this biographical sketch, the author explores the thought,
idea and work of Vivekananda analyzing why he remains
SHASHANKANANDA, Swami — Scouting in the light of
Swami Vivekananda, Ramakrishna Mission Loksiksha Parisad,
Narendrapur — Sub: Critical Study.
This booklet is an interesting study for those already in the
realm of scouting and also for the youth of the country in
SEN, Amiya P. ed. — The indispenseable Vivekananda an
anthology for our times, 2006, Delhi, XVI, p. 242 — Sub:
The present anthology, which showcases those aspects of
Swami Vivekananda that seem indispensible by the editor,
followed by selections from the core of the Swamiji’s oeuvre.
SEN, Gautam — The mind of Swami Vivekananda : an
athology and a study, 2nd imp.; Joy Publishing House, Bom-
bay, 1978, VI, p. 142, 1st imp. 1975 — Sub: Critical Study.
This book is a study of Swamiji’s views on religion, society,
devotion and an analysis of his four yoga.
SENGUPTA, Subodh Chandra — Swami Vivekananda and
Indian Nationalism; RMIC, Calcutta, 1001, XIV, p. 170, 1st
pub. 1984 — Sub: Nationalism.
Describes Swamiji’s views on Religion, Philosophy, National-
ism and Karma Yoga.
SEN, Gentrude, Emerson — Swami Viekananda’s three visits
to Almora, Reprinted; Sri Ramakrishna Kutir, Almora,Oct.
1985, II, P. 18, 1st pub. 1963 — Sub: Biography.
In this booklet the author narrated about Swamiji’s visit to
SENGUPTA, Pradip Kumar, ed. — Philosophy of Swami
Vivekananda; Progressive Publishers, Calcutta, 1995, p. 174 —
Eminent scholars and promising researchers have contributed
to this volume covering different aspects of the philosophy of
Swami Vivekananda which include his philosophy of religion,
philosophy of society and above all, his philosophy of man.
The unique feature of this volume is the comparative study of
‘Vivekananda and Rabindranath’ and of ‘Vivekananda and
This anthology will be of interest to specialists and general
readers because of the depth of enquiry along with the lucidity
of presentation. It seeks to establish the relevance of the mes-
sage : Vivekananda in solving the present day crisis of India’s
national culture and integration.
SUNGUPTA, Sukhyan — Cyclonic Swami Vivekananda in
the West; Samba India Foundation, New Delhi, 2005 — Sub:
The author narrated in this book how Swamiji made a indomi-
table monk in the west within his short span of staying/pres-
SHAH C.S. — Swami Vivekananda and his message of
Vedanta, 2003; Swami Vivekananda Seva Sanstha, Aurangabad
— Sub: Philosophy.
Shah, A. P. — Religion and Society in India; Samaiya Publica-
tions, New Delhi, 1981, P. 227 — Sib: Philosophy.
It is an empirical study of Swamiji’s ideas of religious tolera-
tions and philosophical approach to Neo-Vedanta.
SHAW J.L. (Jaysankar Lal) — Swami Vivemananda as a
philosopher, RMIC, Kolkata, 2004, IV, p.30 — Sub:
Swamiji was a philosopher who made original contribution to
the proper exposition of the age-old non-dualistic philosophy
of India. Through this booklet the author tried to offer a few
magnificeant arguments to substantiate the view.
SHAW, J.L. — Neo Vedantic Movement in India.
SHARMA, Benisankar — Swami Vivekananda a forgotten
chapter of his life; Oxford Book and Stationery, Calcutta, XV,
p. 232 + illus — Sub: Critical Study.
This book presents a very graphic picture of Swamiji’s life at
Khetri during 1897.
SHARMA, G. Ranjit — The idealistic philosophy of Swami
Vivekananda; Atlantic Publishers and Distributors, New Delhi,
1987, p. 197 — Sub: Philosophy.
Here the author deals with the ideals of Swamiji. The author
narrated very lucidly Swamiji’s views, thinking of social
upliftment and also his ideas about the divinity of the person/
SHARMA, Jagannath, Joint, ed. — Swami Vivekananda and
America — Sub: Critical Study.
In this book the connection and impact of Swamiji in America
SHARMA, Indradeo — Religious philosophy and
Vivekananda; Capital Publishing House, Delhi, 1990, p. 178 —
The author deals with the religious philosophy and Swamiji’s
view very authentically in this book.
Singh, R.P. — The philosophy : Vivekananda; Jaipur Univer-
sity of Rajasthan, 1962 — Sub: Philosophy.
In this book, the author deals with the philosophy of
Vivekananda in rational manner.
SINGH, Karan —The Message of Swami Vivekananda — Sub:
Swamiji’s message on divinity of man and unity of all religions
is discussed here.
SIVARAMAKRISHNA, M — Contemplating Swami
Vivekananda; Hyderabad Ark Bird Publications, 1995, p. 125
— Sub: Critical Study.
This book discusses the relevance and impact of Swamiji in
very precise manner.
SIVARAMAKRISHNA, M — Reflections on Swami
Vivekananda: Hundred years after Chicago; Sterling Publishers
Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi, 1993, XIV, p. 198 — Sub: Vedanta
Describes Ramakrishna and Vivekananda’s Vedanta philosophy
and spirituality. It is a collection of articles by varfious authors
who are well-versed in Ramakrishna Vivekananda Literature.
ROY Sumita — Ramakrishna-Vivekananda Veanta Realisa-
tion; Ramakrishna Viekananda Seva Samiti, Hyderabad, 1991,
p. 265 — Sub: Compilation.
SOMESWARANANDA, Swami — Vivekananda’s concept of
History; Samata Prakasani, Calcutta, June, 1986, XII, p. 115 —
In this book the author attempted to chalk out Swamiji’s his-
torical ideas and their relevance after so many years and dis-
cussed the ideas of other historians like Marx, Toynbee........
and that would help the readers to have a comparative study.
SOMESWARANANDA, Swami (Jt. author) — Political
concept of Swami Vivekananda. — Sub: Politics.
SRIKARANANDA, Swami — I am voice without form,
Hydarabad Ramakrishna Math,. 2005 — Sub: Philosophy
SHIVAKUMAR, K.P. — Incidents from the life of Swami
Vivekananda; Madras Vivekananda Kendra, Triplicame, 1983,
p. 42 — Sub: Biography.
In this short book different occurings of Swamiji’s life are
SRINIVASA IYENGER, K. P. — Swami Vivekananda;
Samata Books, Madras, 1988, VI, p. 74 — Sub: Biography.
This books deals with the life and works of Swamiji.
M. S. Ramulu and Co. — Swami Vivekananda: The Hindu
Cyclone, Madras, p. 29 — Sub: Biography.
In his short span of life Swamiji shaken the world by his deeds
and words. The author discussed about this matter precisely.
SINHA, Shail Kumari — Religious and more philosophy of
Swami Vivekananda; Janaki Prakashani, Delhi, 1983, p. 248 —
This book throws light on the teachings of Swami
Vivekananda. It explains the different aspects of Swamiji’s
religious and moral philosophy and the relevence of his teach-
ings to modern age. His approach to the present day problems
of religion and morality on Vedantic foundation is said to be
the solution for the religious and moral problem of the modern
SIL, P, Narsingha — Swami Vivekananda : A Reassessment;
Associated University Press, New Jersey, 1997, p. 250 —
Sub: Critical Study.
This book velry critically assessed Swamiji’s life and works.
We do not support the view of the author.
SIL, N.P. — Vivekananda’s Ramakrishna : An untold story of
Myth-Making & Propaganda — Sub: Critical Study.
In this book the author shows some facts about Swamiji and his
master. We are not in same view with the author.
SUBRAMANJAM, K — Vibhooti Vivekananda; Ramana
Publication, Madurai, 1989, p. 160 — Sub: Biography.
A short account of the life and teachings of Swami
Vivekananda; Ramakrishna Mission, Dacca, 1904.
Short life of Swami Vivekananda : Advaita Ashrama, Calcutta,
1958, p. 108 — Sub: Biography.
This book describes the unique aspects of Swami
Vivekananda’s life and work in the modern age.
STANK, Elennor — Swami Vivekananda and the emergence of
India through spiritual culture — Sub: Spiritualism/Philoso-
The author discussed how Swamiji emerged India from all
types of bondages, specially how Vivekananda spiritually
TATHAGATANANDA, Swami — Healthy Values of living;
Mr. S.K. Chakraborty, Calcutta, 1991, p. 146 — Sub: Message.
This book describes Swami Vivekananda’s ideas on training of
one’s mind and his message of Chicago Parliament of Reli-
TATHAGATANANDA, Swami — Meditation on Swami
Viekananda; Vedanta Society of New York, New York, 1994,
p. 302 — Sub: Critical Study/Realization.
The book deals with author’s deep sense of understanding and
realisation on Swamiji.
TATHAGATANANDA, Swami — Swami Vivekananda’s
Impact at the Parliament of Religion; Vedanta Society of New
York. New York, 1993, p. 43 — Sub: History.
To celebrate the centenary of Chicago Parliament of Religions,
the author delivered two speeches in the Vedanta Society of
New York for the benefit of the larger public. Later it was
published in a book form. In this book the author discussed
Swamiji’s impact in the parliament as well as on the western
TATHAGATANANDA, Swami — Healthy Values of Living —
This book describes Swami Vivekananda’s ideas on training
one’s mind and his message on Chicago Parliament of Reli-
TAPASYANANDA, Swami (ed.) — The Philosophical and
Religious Lectures of Swami Vivekananda, 2nd ed.; Advaita
Ashrama, Calcutta, 1986, XV, p. 216 — Sub: Philosophy.
This book discusses Swami Vivekananda’s view on philosophy
and philosophical approach to religion.
TAPSYANANDA, Swami — Swami Vivekananda : His life
and legacy; Sri Ramakrishna Mission Math, Madras, 1989, p.
199 — Sub: Social Philosophy.
This book describes the life of Swami Vivekananda and his
legacly. The spirituality, patriotism and humanism of Swamiji
are presented along with his contribution to Vedantic thought.
TRIPATHI, C — Swami Vivekananda : 1863 - 1902; Addision
Wesley Publishing Co., London, 1976, p. 17 — Sub: Biogra-
In this booklet the author deals with the life of Swamiji in short
TAPASYANANDA, Swami — The Nationalistic and Religious
Lectures of Swami Vivekananda; Advaita Ashrama, Calcutta,
1990, p. 203 — Sub: Nationalism.
This contains lectures and writings of Swami Vivekananda on
nationalism and religion.
TEJASANANDA, Swami — Swami Vivekananda and his
message; R. K. Mission, Sarada Pith, Belur Math, 1965 —
This book deals with life and the universal teachings of the
great Swami Vivekananda.
TEJASANANDA, Swami — A short life of Swami
Vivekananda, Advaita Ashrama, Calcutta, 1979 — Sub: Biog-
This bok deals with the life of Swami Vivekananda in a short
TOYNE, Marcus — Involved in Mankind; Ramakrishna Mis-
sion Vedanta Centre, London, 1983, p. 163 — Sub: Biography.
This biographical sketch of Swami Vivekananda and his ap-
proach to the task of helping humanity are discussed here.
TEJASANANDA, Swami — Legacy of Swami Vivekananda,
Advaita Ashrama, Mayavati, 1939, p. 9 — Sub: Philosophy.
It is a reprint from ‘Prabuddha Bharat’ of December, 1939. It
speaks of Swami Vivekananda and how he was ushered into
the arena of Indian life as a powerful challenge to the ideology
of the west.
VASWANI, K.N. — Swami Vivekananda and Mahatma
Gandhi; Pub. by P. Leda for Kumaran Pathippagam, Nagercoil,
p. 40 + Illus. — Sub: History.
In this small book the author discussed the co-relation and
resembglance between Swamiji’s and Gandhiji’s life and
Thompson, E.W. — The teachings of Swami Vivekananda,
1898; M.E. Publishing House, Madras, p. 75 — Sub: Educa-
Teachings of Swami Viovekananda; Advaita Ashrama, 1991, p.
This book deals with Swamiji’s universal brotherhood and
TREMBOUR, Fred W. joint author— Swami Vivekananda and
America — Sub: History.
This book deals with Swamiji’s connection with America and
its impression on America.
VASUDEVA Rao, T.N. — Swami Vivekananda’s ideas on
History with special referenc to Indian histrory and culture;
Madras R. Mission Vidyapith Institue Vivemananda Studies,
1990, p. 160.
This book deals with the advent of Swami Viekananda and its
impact Vivekananda’s interest and views on history.
VIVEKANANDA, Swami — Publication Division, Ministry of
Information and Broadcasting, Govt. of India, 1964 — Sub:
This album was a tribute of Govt. of India to mark the first
centenary of Swamiji. There was a brief biographical introduc-
tion by Swami Tejasananda.
VIRAJANANDA Swami — Life of Swami Vivekananda —
This book deals with the life of Swamiji.
VAMANANANDA, Swami — Swami Vivekananda : Eternal
Platform; Ramkrishna Mission Ashrama, Bankura, 1993 —
In this book the author discussed Swamiji’s life and works
from different angles.
VIDYATMANANDA, Swami — Growing to know and love
Swami; Vedanta in Chicago - Chicago : Vivekananda Vedanta
This book deals with a biographical sketch of Swami
Swami Vivekananda In Germany (1896), Calcutta : German-
Indian Association — Sub: History.
This book deals with Swamiji’s connection with Germany &
VIDYATMANANDA, Swami (editor) — What religion is in
the words of Swami Vivekananda, Advaita Ashram, Calcutta,
1978, p. 334.
It contains Swamiji’s ideal of a Universal Religious principles
and practice of Vedanta and self-realization through knowl-
edge, control of mind, selfless work and love of God.
VIRAJAPRANA, Pravrajika — Photographs of Swami
Vivekananda, Sri Ramakrishna Math, Madras — Sub: Pictorial
This book includes different phatographs of Swamiji’s life.
VISUDDHANANDA, Swami — Vivekananda’s ideal of
Karmayaga Anonymous — Sub: Ideology.
To Swamiji work is worship. To Swamiji ‘Niskama Karma’ or
selfless service is the way to meet or to realize the absolute.
The author very specifically pointed those ideas in this book.
VISWASHRAYANANDA, Swami — Vivekananda for chil-
dren; tr. from Bengali by K.C.Sen, Calcutta, Swami
Vivekananea Centenary Committee, 1964, p. 56 — Sub: Biog-
Originally this book is specially for the Children.
VIRESWARANANDA, Swami — Our duty towards the moth-
erland; Sri Ramakrishna Mission Math, Madras, 1983, p. 88 —
Swamiji’s spiritual ideals on the present age have been
Vivekananda in England A Pictorial Guide; Ramakrishna
Vivekanana Centre, Bourne, End. (Pub.) — Sub: Pictorial
In this book the places where Swamiji visited and the persons
whom he met in England discussed.
Williams, G.. M. — The quest for meaning of Swami
Vivekananda : A Study of Religious change; New Horizons
Press, California, 1974, X, p. 148 — Sub: Religion.
In this book the author described how Swamiji changed the
defination of ‘Dharma’ (religion) by declaring his prophetic
message ‘each man is potentially Divine’ and ‘Service to man
is service to God’.
WOLPENS Arlen — A Road map to Vivekananda’s Universal
Religion; Unique System Dynamics, Cambridge, MA 02139
U.S.A.; Jones Printing Company, 411, Franklin Street — Sub:
This book deals with Swamiji’s views on univrsal religion.
Swamiji was against of all types of dogmatism, self-
centeredness. He belived on universal brotherhood. To him
every individual soul is the representative of the Supreme. The
author mentioned these facts accurately in this book.
WARRIOR, N. V. Krishna — Educational ideas of Swami
Vivekananda; Sri Ramakrishna Ashrama, Kalady, 1988 — Sub:
This book deals with Swamiji’s educational ides.
WHITMARSH, Katharine — Swami Vivekananda at Camp
Percy, 1984, Santa Barbara, the author — Sub: History.
Here the writer discusses Swamiji’s staying and his message at
Yatatmananda, Swami — Vivekananda in Madras, Sri
Ramakrishna Math, Madras — Sub: History.
The author describes Swamiji’s staying, attachment in Madras.
And also the culture of Vivekananda’s thought there.
Vivekananda; New Delhi Publication Division, Govt. of India,
1975 (Reprint) p. 48 — Sub: Pictorial Biography.
A brief biographical introduction by Swami Tejananda and
some photographs of Swami Vivekananda and a few places
associated with him.
Vivekananda : A Biography, 2nd Indian ed.; Advaita Ashrama,
Almora p. 350 — Sub: Biography.
This book deals with the life of Swami Vivekananda.
Baumfield, V and T. Tray (unpublished).
The concept of progress in the writings of Herbert Spencer and
Swami Vivekananda (presented at the Sanskrit tradition in the
Modern World Seminar, 1993, University of New Castle upon
Waker, Ramp — Statistical Parameters of Swami
Vivekananda’s writings and speeches Ph.D. Thesis.