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Title: PHILOSOPHY OF SRI RAMAKRISHNA PARAMAHAMSA
Researcher: Sheena C.V
Guide(s): Muraleedharan Pillai M.S
Keywords: Neo Vedantic Period
Religious Harmony
Sanskrit Vedanta
Social Reformers in India
Sri Ramakrishna Paramahasa
University: Sree Sankaracharya University of Sanskrit
Completed Date: 2016
Abstract: India was conquered by the British to loot her immense wealth and the lofty culture When she became a part and parcel of the British Empire the Indians became a model of ape hood of the Western culture Before the advent of the British the cultural and social life of Indians were filled with non sense ideas and rituals This period can be rather named as the society was covered by the black blanket of evils that prevailed in the Religion and culture The Indian culture was polluted by superstition and lack of proper religious knowledge had dialuted the so called unhealthy practioners There was neither the birth of novel ideas nor was there any step taken for spiritual and cultural development Wide spread inequalities could be seen in the field of religion caste and creed and many illegal practices were prevalent newline
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URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10603/165084
Appears in Departments:Department of Sanskrit Vedanta

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