Wednesday, April 12, 2006

Volumes some-1, full 2 and 3

Lectures and Discourses (Volume 1):

Soul, God and Religion

The Hindu Religion

What is Religion?

Vedic Religious Ideals

The Vedanta Philosophy

Reason and Religion

Vedanta as a Factor in Civilisation

The Spirit and Influence of Vedanta

Steps of Hindu Philosophic thought

Steps to Realisation

Vedanta and Privilege



Gita I

Gita II

Gita III



The Soul and God


Practical Religion: Breathing and Mediatation

Complete Works of Swami Vivekananda (from Volume 2)

Work and its Secret

The Powers of the Mind

Hints on Practical Spirituality

Bhakti or Devotion

Jnana-Yoga (from Volume 2)

The Necessity of Religion

The Real Nature of Man

Maya and Illusion

Maya and the Evolution of the Conception of God

Maya and Freedom

The Absolute and Manifestation

God in Everything


Unity in Diversity

The Freedom of the Soul

The Cosmos: The Macrocosm

The Cosmos: The Microcosm


The Atman

The Atman: Its Bondage and Freedom

The Real and the Apparent Man

Practical Vedanta and other lectures (from Volume 2)

Practical Vedanta: Part I

Practical Vedanta: Part II

Practical Vedanta: Part III

Practical Vedanta: Part IV

The Way to the Realisation of a Universal Religion

The Ideal of a Universal Religion

The Open Secret

The Way to Blessedness

Yajnavalkya and Maitreyi

Soul, Nature and God


A study of the Sankhya philosophy

Sankhya and Vedanta

The Goal

Lectures and Discourses (from Volume 3)

Unity, the Goal of Religion

The Free Soul

One Existence Appearing as Many

Reports in American
Newspapers (from Volume 2)


Divinity of Man

Swami Vivekananda on India

Religious Harmony

From far off India

An Evening with our Hindu Cousins

The Manners and Customs of India

The Religions of India

Sects and Doctrines in India

Less Doctrine and more Bread

The Religion of Buddha

All Religions are Good

The Hindu way of life

Ideals of Womanhood

True Buddhism

India's Gift to the World

Child Widows of India

Some Customs of the Hindus

Reports in American Newspapers (
Volume 3)

India: Her Religion and Customs

Hindus at the Fair

At the Parliament of Religions

Personal Traits


Hindu Civilisation

An Interesting Lecture

The Hindoo Religion

The Hindoo Monk

Plea for Tolerance

Manners and Customs in India

Hindoo Philosophy


The Divinity of Man

The Love of God

The Women of India

Lectures from Colombo to Almora

(from the
Complete works of Swami Vivekananda - Volume 3)

First Public Lecture in the East (Colombo)


Reply to the Address of Welcome at Pamban

Address at the Rameswaram Temple on Real Worship

Reply to the Address of Welcome at Ramnad

Reply to the Address of Welcome at Paramakudi

Reply to the Address of Welcome at Shivaganga and Manamadura

Reply to the Address of Welcome at Madura

The Mission of the Vedanta

Reply to the Address of Welcome at Madras

My Plan of Campaign

Vedanta in its Application to Indian Life

The Sages of India

The Work before us

The Future of India

On Charity

Address of Welcome

Presented at Calcutta and Reply

The Vedanta in all its phases

Address of Welcome at Almora and Reply

Vedic Teaching in Theory and Practice


The Common Bases of Hinduism


The Vedanta


The Influence of Indian Spiritual Thought in England

Sannyasa: Its Ideal and Practice

What have I learnt?

The Religion we are born in


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