In this world of over seven billion souls, sometimes we feel the absence of one man and then suddenly we find that he is there in all men. That is our Indian famous monk Swami Vegetarians. He is regarded as the patriot saint of modern India. He was the greatest gift of God to the Indian society. His inspiring personality was well known both in India and America during nineteenth century. He was the Indian’s spiritual ambassador in America to create a bond between East and West.
His original name was Neared Nathan Data. He was born on 12th January 1863 in a Ashtray family of Kilowatt. His father Obstinate Data was an advocate. His mother Banner’s’ devil was a pious lady. She influenced him in the formation of his character. He was a good scholar, a good actor, player and wrestler. He was a lover of music and poetry. He also studied instrumental music and vocal music. He was popular for his knowledge in Sanskrit. Above all he was a speaker of truth.
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He was a leader among his group of friends. He passed BAA in Kilowatt. After that he went to study law. By profession he was a lawyer. He practiced meditation from very early age. From the childhood he was eager to see God face to face. He became disciple of Great saint Remains Parmesan. Who taught him that God lives in every living creature. So by serving them we can serve to God. Unregenerate was very much impressed. He passed through Marginalia Sashimi and became known as Vegetarians to external world.
After the death of his guru he took charges his disciples. He went to America to participate in the Parliament of Religious held in Chicago in 1893. Swami Vegetarians explained to the world that God is one, and that the different religions are like different rivers to terminate in the sea. His speech was highly applauded. Many Europeans became his followers. He spent more than 3 ears of his life in America and Europe and spread his message. After that he founded Remains Mission.
The mission aim was to serve mankind without making any distinction of caste, creed and community. He taught through his writing and speeches. He wrote many books like “Joana Yoga”. “Karma Yoga”, “To youth of India”. His vast knowledge of Eastern and Western culture, deep spiritual insight, brilliant conversation, broad human sympathy, colorful personality and handsome fugue made him famous. He passed away on 4th July 1902 at the age of 39 after spreading the message of his beloved Guru. Hinduism and Monk Swami Vegetarians By vomit