QuotationHe is born in vain who, having attained the human birth, so difficult to get, does not attempt to realise God in this very life. Sri Ramakrishna Paramahansa (; 18 February 1836 – 16 August 1886, born Ramakrishna "Gadadhar" Chattopadhyay, was an Indian Hindu mystic, philosopher, saint and considered as an avatar by many in 19th century Bengal. Sri Ramakrishna experienced spiritual ecstasies from a young age, and was influenced by several religious traditions, including devotion toward the Goddess Kali, Tantra (shakta), Vaishnava (bhakti), and Advaita Vedanta. As a priest at the Dakshineshwar Kali Temple, his mystical temperament and ecstasies gradually gained him widespread acknowledgement, attracting to him various spiritual teachers, social leaders, lay followers and eventually d

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  • QuotationHe is born in vain who, having attained the human birth, so difficult to get, does not attempt to realise God in this very life. Sri Ramakrishna Paramahansa (; 18 February 1836 – 16 August 1886, born Ramakrishna "Gadadhar" Chattopadhyay, was an Indian Hindu mystic, philosopher, saint and considered as an avatar by many in 19th century Bengal. Sri Ramakrishna experienced spiritual ecstasies from a young age, and was influenced by several religious traditions, including devotion toward the Goddess Kali, Tantra (shakta), Vaishnava (bhakti), and Advaita Vedanta. As a priest at the Dakshineshwar Kali Temple, his mystical temperament and ecstasies gradually gained him widespread acknowledgement, attracting to him various spiritual teachers, social leaders, lay followers and eventually disciples. Reverence and admiration for him among Bengali elites led to his chief disciple Swami Vivekananda founding the Ramakrishna Math, which provides spiritual training for monastics and householder devotees and the Ramakrishna Mission to provide charity, social work and education. (en)
  • QuotationHe is born in vain who, having attained the human birth, so difficult to get, does not attempt to realise God in this very life.‹ The template Sidebar with collapsible lists is being considered for merging. › Sri Ramakrishna Paramahansa (; 18 February 1836 – 16 August 1886, born Ramakrishna "Gadadhar" Chattopadhyay, was an Indian Hindu mystic, philosopher, saint and considered as an avatar by many in 19th century Bengal. Sri Ramakrishna experienced spiritual ecstasies from a young age, and was influenced by several religious traditions, including devotion toward the Goddess Kali, Tantra (shakta), Vaishnava (bhakti), and Advaita Vedanta. As a priest at the Dakshineshwar Kali Temple, his mystical temperament and ecstasies gradually gained him widespread acknowledgement, attracting to him various spiritual teachers, social leaders, lay followers and eventually disciples. Reverence and admiration for him among Bengali elites led to his chief disciple Swami Vivekananda founding the Ramakrishna Math, which provides spiritual training for monastics and householder devotees and the Ramakrishna Mission to provide charity, social work and education. (en)
  • QuotationHe is born in vain who, having attained the human birth, so difficult to get, does not attempt to realise God in this very life. Sri Ramakrishna Paramahansa (; 18 February 1836 – 16 August 1886, born Ramakrishna "Gadadhar" Chattopadhyay, was an Indian Hindu mystic, philosopher, saint and considered as an avatar by many in 19th century Bengal. Sri Ramakrishna experienced spiritual ecstasies from a young age, and was influenced by several religious traditions, including devotion toward the Goddess Kali, Tantra (shakta), Vaishnava (bhakti), and Advaita Vedanta. As a priest at the Dakshineshwar Kali Temple, his mystical temperament and ecstasies gradually gained him widespread acknowledgement, attracting to him various spiritual teachers, social leaders, lay followers and eventually disciples. Reverence and admiration for him among Bengali elites led to his chief disciple Swami Vivekananda founding the Ramakrishna Math, which provides spiritual training for monastics and householder devotees and the Ramakrishna Mission to provide charity, social work and education.he is one of the greatest spiritual masters in the world. (en)
  • QuotationHe is born in vain who, having attained the human birth, so difficult to get, does not attempt to realise God in this very life. Sri Ramakrishna Paramahansa (; 18 February 1836 – 16 August 1886, born Ramakrishna "Gadadhar" Chattopadhyay, was an Indian Hindu mystic, philosopher, saint and considered as an avatar by many in 19th century Bengal. Sri Ramakrishna experienced spiritual ecstasies from a young age, and was influenced by several religious traditions, including devotion toward the Goddess Kali, Tantra, Bhakti and Advaita Vedanta. As a priest at the Dakshineshwar Kali Temple, his mystical temperament and ecstasies gradually gained him widespread acknowledgement, attracting to him various spiritual teachers, social leaders, lay followers and eventually disciples. Reverence and admiration for him among Bengali elites led to his chief disciple Swami Vivekananda founding the Ramakrishna Math, which provides spiritual training for monastics and householder devotees and the Ramakrishna Mission to provide charity, social work and education. (en)
  • QuotationHe is born in vain who, having attained the human birth, so difficult to get, does not attempt to realise God in this very life. Sri Ramakrishna Paramahansa (; 18 February 1836 – 16 August 1886, born Gadadhar Chattopadhyaya, was a Hindu religious leader in 19th century Bengal. He was the founder of the school of religious thought that became the Ramakrishna Order. Sri Ramakrishna experienced spiritual ecstasies from a young age, and was influenced by several religious traditions, including devotion toward the Goddess Kali, Tantra, Bhakti and Advaita Vedanta. He was generally revered among Bengali elites which led to his chief disciple Swami Vivekananda founding the Ramakrishna Math, which provides spiritual training for monastics and householder devotees and the Ramakrishna Mission to provide charity, social work and education. (en)
  • QuotationHe is born in vain who, having attained the human birth, so difficult to get, does not attempt to realise God in this very life. Sri Ramakrishna Paramahansa (; 18 February 1836 – 16 August 1886, born Gadadhar Chattopadhyaya, was an Indian Hindu mystic, saint, and religious leader in 19th century Bengal. Sri Ramakrishna experienced spiritual ecstasies from a young age, and was influenced by several religious traditions, including devotion toward the Goddess Kali, Tantra, Bhakti and Advaita Vedanta. As a priest at the Dakshineshwar Kali Temple, his mystical temperament and ecstasies gradually gained him widespread acknowledgement, attracting to him various spiritual teachers, social leaders, and lay followers; he eventually taught committed disciples, who would later form the monastic Ramakrishna Order. He was generally revered within Bengali elites and religious circles, which led to his chief disciple Swami Vivekananda founding the Ramakrishna Math, which provides spiritual training for monastics and householder devotees and the Ramakrishna Mission to provide charity, social work and education. (en)
  • QuotationHe is born in vain who, having attained the human birth, so difficult to get, does not attempt to realise God in this very life. Sri Ramakrishna Paramahansa (; 18 February 1836 – 16 August 1886, born Gadadhar Chattopadhyaya, was an Indian Hindu mystic, saint, and religious leader in 19th century Bengal. Sri Ramakrishna experienced spiritual ecstasies from a young age, and was influenced by several religious traditions, including devotion toward the Goddess Kali, Tantra, Bhakti and Advaita Vedanta. As a priest at the Dakshineshwar Kali Temple, his mystical temperament and ecstasies gradually gained him widespread acknowledgement, attracting to him various spiritual teachers, social leaders, and lay followers; he eventually taught disciples, who would later form the monastic Ramakrishna Order. He was generally revered within Bengali elites and religious circles, which led to his chief disciple Swami Vivekananda founding the Ramakrishna Math, which provides spiritual training for monastics and householder devotees and the Ramakrishna Mission to provide charity, social work and education. (en)
  • QuotationHe is born in vain who, having attained the human birth, so difficult to get, does not attempt to realise God in this very life. Sri Ramakrishna Paramahansa (; 18 February 1836 – 16 August 1886, born Gadadhar Chattopadhyaya, was an Indian Hindu mystic, saint, and religious leader in 19th century Bengal. Sri Ramakrishna experienced spiritual ecstasies from a young age, and was influenced by several religious traditions, including devotion toward the Goddess Kali, Tantra, Bhakti and Advaita Vedanta. As a priest at the Dakshineshwar Kali Temple, his mystical temperament and ecstasies gradually gained him widespread acknowledgement, attracting to him various spiritual teachers, social leaders, and lay followers; he eventually taught disciples, who would later form the monastic Ramakrishna Order. He was generally revered by Bengali elites and within religious circles, which led to his chief disciple Swami Vivekananda founding the Ramakrishna Math, which provides spiritual training for monastics and householder devotees and the Ramakrishna Mission to provide charity, social work and education. (en)
  • QuotationHe is born in vain who, having attained the human birth, so difficult to get, does not attempt to realise God in this very life. Sri Ramakrishna Paramahansa (; 18 February 1836 – 16 August 1886, born Gadadhar Chattopadhyaya, was an Indian Hindu mystic, saint, and religious leader in 19th century Bengal. He was considered as an avatar in widespread way,many considered him an avatar of the formless Parabrahm while others considered him an avatar of Vishnu.Sri Ramakrishna experienced spiritual ecstasies from a young age, and was influenced by several religious traditions, including devotion toward the Goddess Kali, Tantra, Bhakti and Advaita Vedanta. As a priest at the Dakshineshwar Kali Temple, his mystical temperament and ecstasies gradually gained him widespread acknowledgement, attracting to him various spiritual teachers, social leaders, and lay followers; he eventually taught disciples, who would later form the monastic Ramakrishna Order. He was generally revered by Bengali elites and within religious circles, which led to his chief disciple Swami Vivekananda founding the Ramakrishna Math, which provides spiritual training for monastics and householder devotees and the Ramakrishna Mission to provide charity, social work and education. (en)
  • QuotationHe is born in vain who, having attained the human birth, so difficult to get, does not attempt to realise God in this very life. Sri Ramakrishna Paramahansa Dev (; 18 February 1836 – 16 August 1886, born Gadadhar Chattopadhyaya, was an Indian Hindu mystic, saint, and religious leader in 19th century Bengal. Sri Ramakrishna experienced spiritual ecstasies from a young age, and was influenced by several religious traditions, including devotion toward the Goddess Kali, Tantra, Bhakti and Advaita Vedanta. As a priest at the Dakshineshwar Kali Temple, his mystical temperament and ecstasies gradually gained him widespread acknowledgement, attracting to him various spiritual teachers, social leaders, and lay followers; he eventually taught disciples, who would later form the monastic Ramakrishna Order. He was generally revered by Bengali elites and within religious circles, which led to his chief disciple Swami Vivekananda founding the Ramakrishna Math, which provides spiritual training for monastics and householder devotees and the Ramakrishna Mission to provide charity, social work and education. (en)
  • QuotationHe is born in vain who, having attained the human birth, so difficult to get, does not attempt to realise God in this very life. Sri Ramakrishna Paramahamsa ( Bengali pronunciation: [sriˈraːmˌkriʃno ˈpɔromˌɦɔŋʃo] Sanskrit pronunciation: [ɕɽiːɽaːmɐkɽ̥ʂɳɐ pɐɽɐmɐɦɐ̃sɐ]; 18 February 1836 – 16 August 1886), born Gadadhar Chattopadhyaya, (Bengali pronunciation: [ˈɡɔd̪aˌd̪ʰɔr ˈt͡ʃɔʈːoˌpad̪d̪ʰaˑj]) was an Indian Hindu mystic, saint, and religious leader in 19th century Bengal. Sri Ramakrishna experienced spiritual ecstasies from a young age, and was influenced by several religious traditions, including devotion toward the Goddess Kali, Tantra, Bhakti and Advaita Vedanta. As a priest at the Dakshineshwar Kali Temple, his mystical temperament and ecstasies gradually gained him widespread acknowledgement, attracting to him various spiritual teachers, social leaders, and lay followers; he eventually taught disciples, who would later form the monastic Ramakrishna Order. He was generally revered by Bengali elites and within religious circles, which led to his chief disciple Swami Vivekananda founding the Ramakrishna Math, which provides spiritual training for monastics and householder devotees and the Ramakrishna Mission to provide charity, social work and education. (en)
  • QuotationHe is born in vain who, having attained the human birth, so difficult to get, does not attempt to realise God in this very life. Sri Ramakrishna Paramahamsa ( Bengali: শ্রীরামকৃষ্ণ পরমহংস Bengali pronunciation: [sriˈraːmˌkriʃno ˈpɔromˌɦɔŋʃo] Sanskrit pronunciation: [ɕɽiːɽaːmɐkɽ̥ʂɳɐ pɐɽɐmɐɦɐ̃sɐ]; 18 February 1836 – 16 August 1886), born Gadadhar Chattopadhyaya, (Bengali pronunciation: [ˈɡɔd̪aˌd̪ʰɔr ˈt͡ʃɔʈːoˌpad̪d̪ʰaˑj]) was an Indian Hindu mystic, saint, and religious leader in 19th century Bengal. Sri Ramakrishna experienced spiritual ecstasies from a young age, and was influenced by several religious traditions, including devotion toward the Goddess Kali, Tantra, Bhakti and Advaita Vedanta. As a priest at the Dakshineshwar Kali Temple, his mystical temperament and ecstasies gradually gained him widespread acknowledgement, attracting to him various spiritual teachers, social leaders, and lay followers; he eventually taught disciples, who would later form the monastic Ramakrishna Order. He was generally revered by Bengali elites and within religious circles, which led to his chief disciple Swami Vivekananda founding the Ramakrishna Math, which provides spiritual training for monastics and householder devotees and the Ramakrishna Mission to provide charity, social work and education. (en)
  • QuotationHe is born in vain who, having attained the human birth, so difficult to get, does not attempt to realise God in this very life. Sri Ramakrishna Paramahamsa (, Sanskrit pronunciation: [ɕɽiːɽaːmɐkr̩ʂɳɐ pɐɽɐmɐɦɐ̃sɐ]; 18 February 1836 – 16 August 1886), born Gadadhar Chattopadhyaya, (Bengali: গদাধর চট্টোপাধ্যায় pronounced [ˈɡɔd̪aˌd̪ʱɔr ˈt͡ʃɔʈːoˌpad̪d̪ʱaˑj]) was an Indian Hindu mystic, saint, and religious leader in 19th century Bengal. Sri Ramakrishna experienced spiritual ecstasies from a young age, and was influenced by several religious traditions, including devotion toward the Goddess Kali, Tantra, Bhakti and Advaita Vedanta. As a priest at the Dakshineshwar Kali Temple, his mystical temperament and ecstasies gradually gained him widespread acknowledgement, attracting to him various spiritual teachers, social leaders, and lay followers; he eventually taught disciples, who would later form the monastic Ramakrishna Order. He was generally revered by Bengali elites and within religious circles, which led to his chief disciple Swami Vivekananda founding the Ramakrishna Math, which provides spiritual training for monastics and householder devotees and the Ramakrishna Mission to provide charity, social work and education. (en)
  • QuotationHe is born in vain who, having attained the human birth, so difficult to get, does not attempt to realise God in this very life. Sri Ramakrishna Paramahamsa (Bengali: শ্রীরামকৃষ্ণ পরমহংস, romanized: Ramokṛṣṇo Pôromhongśo pronounced [sriˈraːmˌkriʃno ˈpɔromˌɦɔŋʃo] (), Sanskrit pronunciation: [ɕɽiːɽaːmɐkr̩ʂɳɐ pɐɽɐmɐɦɐ̃sɐ]; 18 February 1836 – 16 August 1886), born Gadadhar Chattopadhyaya, (Bengali: গদাধর চট্টোপাধ্যায় pronounced [ˈɡɔd̪aˌd̪ʱɔr ˈt͡ʃɔʈːoˌpad̪d̪ʱaˑj]) was an Indian Hindu mystic, saint, and religious leader in 19th century Bengal. Sri Ramakrishna experienced spiritual ecstasies from a young age, and was influenced by several religious traditions, including devotion toward the Goddess Kali, Tantra, Bhakti and Advaita Vedanta. As a priest at the Dakshineshwar Kali Temple, his mystical temperament and ecstasies gradually gained him widespread acknowledgement, attracting to him various spiritual teachers, social leaders, and lay followers; he eventually taught disciples, who would later form the monastic Ramakrishna Order. He was generally revered by Bengali elites and within religious circles, which led to his chief disciple Swami Vivekananda founding the Ramakrishna Math, which provides spiritual training for monastics and householder devotees and the Ramakrishna Mission to provide charity, social work and education. (en)
  • QuotationHe is born in vain who, having attained the human birth, so difficult to get, does not attempt to realise God in this very life. Sri Ramakrishna Paramahamsa (Bengali: শ্রীরামকৃষ্ণ পরমহংস, romanized: Ramokṛṣṇo Pôromhongśo pronounced [sriˈramˌkriʃno ˈpɔromˌɦɔŋʃo] (), Sanskrit pronunciation: [ɕɽiːɽaːmɐkr̩ʂɳɐ pɐɽɐmɐɦɐ̃sɐ]; 18 February 1836 – 16 August 1886), born Gadadhar Chattopadhyaya, (Bengali: গদাধর চট্টোপাধ্যায় pronounced [ˈɡɔd̪aˌd̪ʱɔr ˈt͡ʃɔʈːoˌpad̪d̪ʱaˑj]) was an Indian Hindu mystic, saint, and religious leader in 19th century Bengal. Sri Ramakrishna experienced spiritual ecstasies from a young age, and was influenced by several religious traditions, including devotion toward the Goddess Kali, Tantra, Bhakti and Advaita Vedanta. As a priest at the Dakshineshwar Kali Temple, his mystical temperament and ecstasies gradually gained him widespread acknowledgement, attracting to him various spiritual teachers, social leaders, and lay followers; he eventually taught disciples, who would later form the monastic Ramakrishna Order. He was generally revered by Bengali elites and within religious circles, which led to his chief disciple Swami Vivekananda founding the Ramakrishna Math, which provides spiritual training for monastics and householder devotees and the Ramakrishna Mission to provide charity, social work and education. (en)
  • {{Use Indian English| QuotationHe is born in vain who, having attained the human birth, so difficult to get, does not attempt to realise God in this very life. Sri Ramakrishna Paramahamsa (Bengali: শ্রীরামকৃষ্ণ পরমহংস, romanized: Ramokṛṣṇo Pôromhongśo pronounced [sriˈramˌkriʃno ˈpɔromˌɦɔŋʃo] (), Sanskrit pronunciation: [ɕɽiːɽaːmɐkr̩ʂɳɐ pɐɽɐmɐɦɐ̃sɐ]; 18 February 1836 – 16 August 1886), born Gadadhar Chattopadhyaya, (Bengali: গদাধর চট্টোপাধ্যায় pronounced [ˈɡɔd̪aˌd̪ʱɔr ˈt͡ʃɔʈːoˌpad̪d̪ʱaˑj]) was an Indian Hindu mystic, saint, and religious leader in 19th century Bengal. Sri Ramakrishna experienced spiritual ecstasies from a young age, and was influenced by several religious traditions, including devotion toward the Goddess Kali, Tantra, Bhakti and Advaita Vedanta. As a priest at the Dakshineshwar Kali Temple, his mystical temperament and ecstasies gradually gained him widespread acknowledgement, attracting to him various spiritual teachers, social leaders, and lay followers; he eventually taught disciples, who would later form the monastic Ramakrishna Order. He was generally revered by Bengali elites and within religious circles, which led to his chief disciple Swami Vivekananda founding the Ramakrishna Math, which provides spiritual training for monastics and householder devotees and the Ramakrishna Mission to provide charity, social work and education. (en)
  • QuotationHe is born in vain who, having attained the human birth, so difficult to get, does not attempt to realise God in this very life. Sri Ramakrishna Paramahamsa (Bengali: শ্রীরামকৃষ্ণ পরমহংস, romanized: Ramokṛṣṇo Pôromhongśo ; 18 February 1836 – 16 August 1886), born Gadadhar Chattopadhyaya, (Bengali: গদাধর চট্টোপাধ্যায় ) was an Indian Hindu mystic, saint, and religious leader in 19th century Bengal. Sri Ramakrishna experienced spiritual ecstasies from a young age, and was influenced by several religious traditions, including devotion toward the Goddess Kali, Tantra, Bhakti and Advaita Vedanta. As a priest at the Dakshineshwar Kali Temple, his mystical temperament and ecstasies gradually gained him widespread acknowledgement, attracting to him various spiritual teachers, social leaders, and lay followers; he eventually taught disciples, who would later form the monastic Ramakrishna Order. He was generally revered by Bengali elites and within religious circles, which led to his chief disciple Swami Vivekananda founding the Ramakrishna Math, which provides spiritual training for monastics and householder devotees and the Ramakrishna Mission to provide charity, social work and education. (en)
  • QuotationHe is born in vain who, having attained the human birth, so difficult to get, does not attempt to realise God in this very life. Basirhat Uttar Bagundi (Bengali: শ্রীরামকৃষ্ণ পরমহংস, romanized: Ramokṛṣṇo Pôromhongśo ; 18 February 1836 – 16 August 1886), born Gadadhar Chattopadhyaya, (Bengali: গদাধর চট্টোপাধ্যায় ) was an Indian Hindu mystic, saint, and religious leader in 19th century Bengal. Sri Ramakrishna experienced spiritual ecstasies from a young age, and was influenced by several religious traditions, including devotion toward the Goddess Kali, Tantra, Bhakti and Advaita Vedanta. As a priest at the Dakshineshwar Kali Temple, his mystical temperament and ecstasies gradually gained him widespread acknowledgement, attracting to him various spiritual teachers, social leaders, and lay followers; he eventually taught disciples, who would later form the monastic Ramakrishna Order. He was generally revered by Bengali elites and within religious circles, which led to his chief disciple Swami Vivekananda founding the Ramakrishna Math, which provides spiritual training for monastics and householder devotees and the Ramakrishna Mission to provide charity, social work and education. (en)
  • QuotationHe is born in vain who, having attained the human birth, so difficult to get, does not attempt to realise God in this very life. Sri Ramakrishna Paramahamsa (Bengali: শ্রীরামকৃষ্ণ পরমহংস, romanized: Ramokṛṣṇo Pôromhongśo ; 17 February 1836 – 16 August 1886), born Gadadhar Chattopadhyaya, (Bengali: গদাধর চট্টোপাধ্যায় ) was an Indian Hindu mystic, saint, and religious leader in 19th century Bengal. Sri Ramakrishna experienced spiritual ecstasies from a young age, and was influenced by several religious traditions, including devotion toward the Goddess Kali, Tantra, Bhakti and Advaita Vedanta. As a priest at the Dakshineshwar Kali Temple, his mystical temperament and ecstasies gradually gained him widespread acknowledgement, attracting to him various spiritual teachers, social leaders, and lay followers; he eventually taught disciples, who would later form the monastic Ramakrishna Order. He was generally revered by Bengali elites and within religious circles, which led to his chief disciple Swami Vivekananda founding the Ramakrishna Math, which provides spiritual training for monastics and householder devotees and the Ramakrishna Mission to provide charity, social work and education. (en)
  • QuotationHe is born in vain who, having attained the human birth, so difficult to get, does not attempt to realise God in this very life. Sri Ramakrishna Paramahamsa (Bengali: শ্রীরামকৃষ্ণ পরমহংস, romanized: Ramokṛṣṇo Pôromhongśo ; 15 March 1836 – 16 August 1886), born Gadadhar Chattopadhyaya, (Bengali: গদাধর চট্টোপাধ্যায় ) was an Indian Hindu mystic, saint, and religious leader in 19th century Bengal. Sri Ramakrishna experienced spiritual ecstasies from a young age, and was influenced by several religious traditions, including devotion toward the Goddess Kali, Tantra, Bhakti and Advaita Vedanta. As a priest at the Dakshineshwar Kali Temple, his mystical temperament and ecstasies gradually gained him widespread acknowledgement, attracting to him various spiritual teachers, social leaders, and lay followers; he eventually taught disciples, who would later form the monastic Ramakrishna Order. He was generally revered by Bengali elites and within religious circles, which led to his chief disciple Swami Vivekananda founding the Ramakrishna Math, which provides spiritual training for monastics and householder devotees and the Ramakrishna Mission to provide charity, social work and education. (en)
  • QuotationHe is born in vain who, having attained the human birth, so difficult to get, does not attempt to realise God in this very life. Sri Ramakrishna Paramahamsa (Bengali: শ্রীরামকৃষ্ণ পরমহংস, romanized: Ramokṛṣṇo Pôromhongśo ; 17 Feb 1836 – 16 August 1886), born Gadadhar Chattopadhyaya, (Bengali: গদাধর চট্টোপাধ্যায় ) was an Indian Hindu mystic, saint, and religious leader in 19th century Bengal. Sri Ramakrishna experienced spiritual ecstasies from a young age, and was influenced by several religious traditions, including devotion toward the Goddess Kali, Tantra, Bhakti and Advaita Vedanta. As a priest at the Dakshineshwar Kali Temple, his mystical temperament and ecstasies gradually gained him widespread acknowledgement, attracting to him various spiritual teachers, social leaders, and lay followers; he eventually taught disciples, who would later form the monastic Ramakrishna Order. He was generally revered by Bengali elites and within religious circles, which led to his chief disciple Swami Vivekananda founding the Ramakrishna Math, which provides spiritual training for monastics and householder devotees and the Ramakrishna Mission to provide charity, social work and education. (en)
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  • QuotationHe is born in vain who, having attained the human birth, so difficult to get, does not attempt to realise God in this very life. Sri Ramakrishna Paramahansa (; 18 February 1836 – 16 August 1886, born Ramakrishna "Gadadhar" Chattopadhyay, was an Indian Hindu mystic, philosopher, saint and considered as an avatar by many in 19th century Bengal. Sri Ramakrishna experienced spiritual ecstasies from a young age, and was influenced by several religious traditions, including devotion toward the Goddess Kali, Tantra (shakta), Vaishnava (bhakti), and Advaita Vedanta. As a priest at the Dakshineshwar Kali Temple, his mystical temperament and ecstasies gradually gained him widespread acknowledgement, attracting to him various spiritual teachers, social leaders, lay followers and eventually d (en)
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  • QuotationHe is born in vain who, having attained the human birth, so difficult to get, does not attempt to realise God in this very life. Sri Ramakrishna Paramahansa (; 18 February 1836 – 16 August 1886, born Ramakrishna "Gadadhar" Chattopadhyay, was an Indian Hindu mystic, philosopher, saint and considered as an avatar by many in 19th century Bengal. Sri Ramakrishna experienced spiritual ecstasies from a young age, and was influenced by several religious traditions, including devotion toward the Goddess Kali, Tantra, Bhakti and Advaita Vedanta. As a priest at the Dakshineshwar Kali Temple, his mystical temperament and ecstasies gradually gained him widespread acknowledgement, attracting to him various spiritual teachers, social leaders, lay followers and eventually disciples. Reverence an (en)
  • QuotationHe is born in vain who, having attained the human birth, so difficult to get, does not attempt to realise God in this very life. Sri Ramakrishna Paramahansa (; 18 February 1836 – 16 August 1886, born Gadadhar Chattopadhyaya, was a Hindu religious leader in 19th century Bengal. He was the founder of the school of religious thought that became the Ramakrishna Order. Sri Ramakrishna experienced spiritual ecstasies from a young age, and was influenced by several religious traditions, including devotion toward the Goddess Kali, Tantra, Bhakti and Advaita Vedanta. He was generally revered among Bengali elites which led to his chief disciple Swami Vivekananda founding the Ramakrishna Math, which provides spiritual training for monastics and householder devotees and the Ramakrishna Missio (en)
  • QuotationHe is born in vain who, having attained the human birth, so difficult to get, does not attempt to realise God in this very life. Sri Ramakrishna Paramahansa (; 18 February 1836 – 16 August 1886, born Gadadhar Chattopadhyaya, was an Indian Hindu mystic, saint, and religious leader in 19th century Bengal. Sri Ramakrishna experienced spiritual ecstasies from a young age, and was influenced by several religious traditions, including devotion toward the Goddess Kali, Tantra, Bhakti and Advaita Vedanta. As a priest at the Dakshineshwar Kali Temple, his mystical temperament and ecstasies gradually gained him widespread acknowledgement, attracting to him various spiritual teachers, social leaders, and lay followers; he eventually taught committed disciples, who would later form the monast (en)
  • QuotationHe is born in vain who, having attained the human birth, so difficult to get, does not attempt to realise God in this very life. Sri Ramakrishna Paramahansa (; 18 February 1836 – 16 August 1886, born Gadadhar Chattopadhyaya, was an Indian Hindu mystic, saint, and religious leader in 19th century Bengal. Sri Ramakrishna experienced spiritual ecstasies from a young age, and was influenced by several religious traditions, including devotion toward the Goddess Kali, Tantra, Bhakti and Advaita Vedanta. As a priest at the Dakshineshwar Kali Temple, his mystical temperament and ecstasies gradually gained him widespread acknowledgement, attracting to him various spiritual teachers, social leaders, and lay followers; he eventually taught disciples, who would later form the monastic Ramakri (en)
  • QuotationHe is born in vain who, having attained the human birth, so difficult to get, does not attempt to realise God in this very life. Sri Ramakrishna Paramahansa (; 18 February 1836 – 16 August 1886, born Gadadhar Chattopadhyaya, was an Indian Hindu mystic, saint, and religious leader in 19th century Bengal. He was considered as an avatar in widespread way,many considered him an avatar of the formless Parabrahm while others considered him an avatar of Vishnu.Sri Ramakrishna experienced spiritual ecstasies from a young age, and was influenced by several religious traditions, including devotion toward the Goddess Kali, Tantra, Bhakti and Advaita Vedanta. As a priest at the Dakshineshwar Kali Temple, his mystical temperament and ecstasies gradually gained him widespread acknowledgemen (en)
  • QuotationHe is born in vain who, having attained the human birth, so difficult to get, does not attempt to realise God in this very life. Sri Ramakrishna Paramahansa Dev (; 18 February 1836 – 16 August 1886, born Gadadhar Chattopadhyaya, was an Indian Hindu mystic, saint, and religious leader in 19th century Bengal. Sri Ramakrishna experienced spiritual ecstasies from a young age, and was influenced by several religious traditions, including devotion toward the Goddess Kali, Tantra, Bhakti and Advaita Vedanta. As a priest at the Dakshineshwar Kali Temple, his mystical temperament and ecstasies gradually gained him widespread acknowledgement, attracting to him various spiritual teachers, social leaders, and lay followers; he eventually taught disciples, who would later form the monastic Ram (en)
  • QuotationHe is born in vain who, having attained the human birth, so difficult to get, does not attempt to realise God in this very life. Sri Ramakrishna Paramahansa (; 18 February 1836 – 16 August 1886, born Gadadhar Chattopadhyaya, was an Indian Hindu mystic, saint, and religious leader in 19th century Bengal. Sri Ramakrishna experienced spiritual ecstasies from a young age, and was influenced by several religious traditions, including devotion toward the Goddess Kali, Tantra, Bhakti and Advaita Vedanta. (en)
  • QuotationHe is born in vain who, having attained the human birth, so difficult to get, does not attempt to realise God in this very life. Sri Ramakrishna Paramahamsa ( Bengali pronunciation: [sriˈraːmˌkriʃno ˈpɔromˌɦɔŋʃo] Sanskrit pronunciation: [ɕɽiːɽaːmɐkɽ̥ʂɳɐ pɐɽɐmɐɦɐ̃sɐ]; 18 February 1836 – 16 August 1886), born Gadadhar Chattopadhyaya, (Bengali pronunciation: [ˈɡɔd̪aˌd̪ʰɔr ˈt͡ʃɔʈːoˌpad̪d̪ʰaˑj]) was an Indian Hindu mystic, saint, and religious leader in 19th century Bengal. Sri Ramakrishna experienced spiritual ecstasies from a young age, and was influenced by several religious traditions, including devotion toward the Goddess Kali, Tantra, Bhakti and Advaita Vedanta. (en)
  • QuotationHe is born in vain who, having attained the human birth, so difficult to get, does not attempt to realise God in this very life. Sri Ramakrishna Paramahamsa ( Bengali: শ্রীরামকৃষ্ণ পরমহংস Bengali pronunciation: [sriˈraːmˌkriʃno ˈpɔromˌɦɔŋʃo] Sanskrit pronunciation: [ɕɽiːɽaːmɐkɽ̥ʂɳɐ pɐɽɐmɐɦɐ̃sɐ]; 18 February 1836 – 16 August 1886), born Gadadhar Chattopadhyaya, (Bengali pronunciation: [ˈɡɔd̪aˌd̪ʰɔr ˈt͡ʃɔʈːoˌpad̪d̪ʰaˑj]) was an Indian Hindu mystic, saint, and religious leader in 19th century Bengal. Sri Ramakrishna experienced spiritual ecstasies from a young age, and was influenced by several religious traditions, including devotion toward the Goddess Kali, Tantra, Bhakti and Advaita Vedanta. (en)
  • QuotationHe is born in vain who, having attained the human birth, so difficult to get, does not attempt to realise God in this very life. Sri Ramakrishna Paramahamsa (, Sanskrit pronunciation: [ɕɽiːɽaːmɐkr̩ʂɳɐ pɐɽɐmɐɦɐ̃sɐ]; 18 February 1836 – 16 August 1886), born Gadadhar Chattopadhyaya, (Bengali: গদাধর চট্টোপাধ্যায় pronounced [ˈɡɔd̪aˌd̪ʱɔr ˈt͡ʃɔʈːoˌpad̪d̪ʱaˑj]) was an Indian Hindu mystic, saint, and religious leader in 19th century Bengal. Sri Ramakrishna experienced spiritual ecstasies from a young age, and was influenced by several religious traditions, including devotion toward the Goddess Kali, Tantra, Bhakti and Advaita Vedanta. (en)
  • QuotationHe is born in vain who, having attained the human birth, so difficult to get, does not attempt to realise God in this very life. Sri Ramakrishna Paramahamsa (Bengali: শ্রীরামকৃষ্ণ পরমহংস, romanized: Ramokṛṣṇo Pôromhongśo pronounced [sriˈraːmˌkriʃno ˈpɔromˌɦɔŋʃo] (), Sanskrit pronunciation: [ɕɽiːɽaːmɐkr̩ʂɳɐ pɐɽɐmɐɦɐ̃sɐ]; 18 February 1836 – 16 August 1886), born Gadadhar Chattopadhyaya, (Bengali: গদাধর চট্টোপাধ্যায় pronounced [ˈɡɔd̪aˌd̪ʱɔr ˈt͡ʃɔʈːoˌpad̪d̪ʱaˑj]) was an Indian Hindu mystic, saint, and religious leader in 19th century Bengal. Sri Ramakrishna experienced spiritual ecstasies from a young age, and was influenced by several religious traditions, including devotion toward the Goddess Kali, Tantra, Bhakti and Advaita Vedanta. (en)
  • QuotationHe is born in vain who, having attained the human birth, so difficult to get, does not attempt to realise God in this very life. Sri Ramakrishna Paramahamsa (Bengali: শ্রীরামকৃষ্ণ পরমহংস, romanized: Ramokṛṣṇo Pôromhongśo pronounced [sriˈramˌkriʃno ˈpɔromˌɦɔŋʃo] (), Sanskrit pronunciation: [ɕɽiːɽaːmɐkr̩ʂɳɐ pɐɽɐmɐɦɐ̃sɐ]; 18 February 1836 – 16 August 1886), born Gadadhar Chattopadhyaya, (Bengali: গদাধর চট্টোপাধ্যায় pronounced [ˈɡɔd̪aˌd̪ʱɔr ˈt͡ʃɔʈːoˌpad̪d̪ʱaˑj]) was an Indian Hindu mystic, saint, and religious leader in 19th century Bengal. Sri Ramakrishna experienced spiritual ecstasies from a young age, and was influenced by several religious traditions, including devotion toward the Goddess Kali, Tantra, Bhakti and Advaita Vedanta. (en)
  • {{Use Indian English| QuotationHe is born in vain who, having attained the human birth, so difficult to get, does not attempt to realise God in this very life. Sri Ramakrishna Paramahamsa (Bengali: শ্রীরামকৃষ্ণ পরমহংস, romanized: Ramokṛṣṇo Pôromhongśo pronounced [sriˈramˌkriʃno ˈpɔromˌɦɔŋʃo] (), Sanskrit pronunciation: [ɕɽiːɽaːmɐkr̩ʂɳɐ pɐɽɐmɐɦɐ̃sɐ]; 18 February 1836 – 16 August 1886), born Gadadhar Chattopadhyaya, (Bengali: গদাধর চট্টোপাধ্যায় pronounced [ˈɡɔd̪aˌd̪ʱɔr ˈt͡ʃɔʈːoˌpad̪d̪ʱaˑj]) was an Indian Hindu mystic, saint, and religious leader in 19th century Bengal. Sri Ramakrishna experienced spiritual ecstasies from a young age, and was influenced by several religious traditions, including devotion toward the Goddess Kali, Tantra, Bhakti and Advaita Vedanta. (en)
  • QuotationHe is born in vain who, having attained the human birth, so difficult to get, does not attempt to realise God in this very life. Sri Ramakrishna Paramahamsa (Bengali: শ্রীরামকৃষ্ণ পরমহংস, romanized: Ramokṛṣṇo Pôromhongśo ; 18 February 1836 – 16 August 1886), born Gadadhar Chattopadhyaya, (Bengali: গদাধর চট্টোপাধ্যায় ) was an Indian Hindu mystic, saint, and religious leader in 19th century Bengal. Sri Ramakrishna experienced spiritual ecstasies from a young age, and was influenced by several religious traditions, including devotion toward the Goddess Kali, Tantra, Bhakti and Advaita Vedanta. (en)
  • QuotationHe is born in vain who, having attained the human birth, so difficult to get, does not attempt to realise God in this very life. Basirhat Uttar Bagundi (Bengali: শ্রীরামকৃষ্ণ পরমহংস, romanized: Ramokṛṣṇo Pôromhongśo ; 18 February 1836 – 16 August 1886), born Gadadhar Chattopadhyaya, (Bengali: গদাধর চট্টোপাধ্যায় ) was an Indian Hindu mystic, saint, and religious leader in 19th century Bengal. Sri Ramakrishna experienced spiritual ecstasies from a young age, and was influenced by several religious traditions, including devotion toward the Goddess Kali, Tantra, Bhakti and Advaita Vedanta. (en)
  • QuotationHe is born in vain who, having attained the human birth, so difficult to get, does not attempt to realise God in this very life. Sri Ramakrishna Paramahamsa (Bengali: শ্রীরামকৃষ্ণ পরমহংস, romanized: Ramokṛṣṇo Pôromhongśo ; 17 February 1836 – 16 August 1886), born Gadadhar Chattopadhyaya, (Bengali: গদাধর চট্টোপাধ্যায় ) was an Indian Hindu mystic, saint, and religious leader in 19th century Bengal. Sri Ramakrishna experienced spiritual ecstasies from a young age, and was influenced by several religious traditions, including devotion toward the Goddess Kali, Tantra, Bhakti and Advaita Vedanta. (en)
  • QuotationHe is born in vain who, having attained the human birth, so difficult to get, does not attempt to realise God in this very life. Sri Ramakrishna Paramahamsa (Bengali: শ্রীরামকৃষ্ণ পরমহংস, romanized: Ramokṛṣṇo Pôromhongśo ; 15 March 1836 – 16 August 1886), born Gadadhar Chattopadhyaya, (Bengali: গদাধর চট্টোপাধ্যায় ) was an Indian Hindu mystic, saint, and religious leader in 19th century Bengal. Sri Ramakrishna experienced spiritual ecstasies from a young age, and was influenced by several religious traditions, including devotion toward the Goddess Kali, Tantra, Bhakti and Advaita Vedanta. (en)
  • QuotationHe is born in vain who, having attained the human birth, so difficult to get, does not attempt to realise God in this very life. Sri Ramakrishna Paramahamsa (Bengali: শ্রীরামকৃষ্ণ পরমহংস, romanized: Ramokṛṣṇo Pôromhongśo ; 17 Feb 1836 – 16 August 1886), born Gadadhar Chattopadhyaya, (Bengali: গদাধর চট্টোপাধ্যায় ) was an Indian Hindu mystic, saint, and religious leader in 19th century Bengal. Sri Ramakrishna experienced spiritual ecstasies from a young age, and was influenced by several religious traditions, including devotion toward the Goddess Kali, Tantra, Bhakti and Advaita Vedanta. (en)
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