The Complete Works of Sister Nivedita VOL I-V

The Complete Works of Sister NiveditaThe Complete Works of Sister Nivedita. Sister Nivedita was a devotee of Swami Vivekananda. She had Scots-Irish origins and came til India as a social worker in 1898 where she met Swami Vivekananda who gave her the name Nivedita (meaning “Dedicated to God”). She became close with Vivekananda and also with Sarada Devi, the spiritual consort of the mystic Ramakrishna and one of the major influences behind Ramakrishna Mission and also with other brother disciples of Swami Vivekananda. She died on 13 October 1911 in Darjeeling. During her stay in India, she wrote 12 books on different topics from dharma and education to politics, but all of them referring to Hinduism and mysticism. All her books and other writings are here collected in the five-volume collected works.

The Complete Works of Sister Nivedita
Sister Nivedita wrote 12 books on different topics from dharma and education to politics, but all of them referring to Hinduism and mysticism. All her books and other writings are here collected in the five-volume collected works.
Written by: Sister Nivedita
Published by: Ramakrishna Sarada Mission Sister Nivedita Girls' School
Date Published: 02/01/1967
Edition: First Edition February 1967
ISBN: 8175050098
Available in: Ebook

Each book is about 15 MB of 500 scanned pages:

PDF ebook downloadThe Complete Works of Sister Nivedita Vol 1

PDF ebook downloadThe Complete Works of Sister Nivedita Vol 2

PDF ebook downloadThe Complete Works of Sister Nivedita Vol 3

PDF ebook downloadThe Complete Works of Sister Nivedita Vol 4

The Complete Works of Sister Nivedita Vol 5PDF ebook download

 

 

 

11 thoughts on “The Complete Works of Sister Nivedita VOL I-V”

  1. Thank you for your effort. I think many people do not know about the work of Sister Nivedita. Hope this will enlighten them about Sister Nivedita and her works.

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  2. Thank you for this great site!
    But isn’t here a list around, where to see all downloadable texts, e.g. about Zen, Christianity.

    Happy Easter

    Volker

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