More than 175 years have passed since Swami Vivekananda, the great disciple of Sri Sri Ramakrishna left this mortal world. The thoughts and ideas, he has left behind, have attracted the attention and caught the imagination of people all over the world. The universal popularity which he enjoyed during his life is explained by the fact that he was a lover of man above anything else, a lover of the poor and the pariahs of our country. It is through service to those poor people that he wanted us to worship God first and then to go to a temple or a church. This, he thought would solve many of our basic problems like those of food, education, shelter etc. and also give us a great impetus in our religious pursuits. He had the utmost faith in the ability and efficiency of Indian youths and he wanted only one thousand young people to be dedicated and scarified at the Holy altar of our nation, our motherland, India, with a view to building up the nation and re-generating its vitality in all directions, particularly in the spiritual field not only for their own good but for the good of other nations as well. His dream of future India has not come true as yet. Hence the malady in all sphere of our society, spiritual as well as mundane.
The only God that Vivekananda wanted us to worship first is the Human Soul in the Human Body i.e. “WORSHIP SHIVA IN JIVA” before pursuing any other religious rites. But unfortunately, we have failed to follow his instructions. The Stone-God is still being fed abundantly in temples while the living Gods are dying of starvation on the street. Instead of worshipping Gods, Vivekananda meditated upon, we have made Vivekananda a God, additional to the existing ones and worship him well enough in his statues and temples. The poor and the pariahs have remained where they were before; they are still living in darkness and distress, in hunger and thirst, in slums and huts. We have only learnt how to spread about Vivekananda’s teachings from the press and platform, through Radio and Televisions, without spending even an ounce of our energy or a penny from our earnings for the people for whom Vivekananda lived and died.READ MORE
1. Birth: He was born on 1st November, 1933, at Gobindapur village under Hizla Police Station in the district of Barishal in East Bengal (now Bangladesh).
2. Parents: Late Haribhusan Chakraborty (Father) Late Manada Sundari Devi (Mother)
3. Childhood Education
i) He was admitted initially in a local “Pathasala”.
ii) Subsequently completed Class- I and II in the same village-based running school by a Muslim community.
We have given an exhaustive list of our requirements above. It is for you to decide how far and to what extent you can come forward to ensure success of our endeavour to build up a developed India specially in helping a child in distress or a poor lady to live honourably with a smiling face. It is a fact of our experience that the parents feel happy when their children are well-fed and well established in life. Same is the case with the Supreme Father and the Supreme Mother in heaven.