Jamai Sasthi

Nivedita Setu



Nivedita Setu is a bridge over Hooghly River. On April 7, 1902 Christina arrived in Calcutta, in India, and spent a bit of time with Vivekananda. On May 5, 1902 Christina and Sister Nivedita traveled to Mayawati but after the death of Vivekananda, July 4, 1902, Christina returned to Calcutta. She lived in a house in Bosepara Lane, and entered the school of Sister Nivedita as a teacher and also helped older women. After the death of Sister Nivedita in 1911, Christine became director of Nivedita girls school, along with all the other teachers in the school is also engaged in social work.


Aurobindo begins to spend his holidays in Bengal, finally making contact with the revolutionary groups. At the beginning of 1902, Auro and Barin go to Calcutta, where Jatin, meanwhile, was already working. He had already come into contact with the two famous disciples of Vivekananda Irish Miss Margaret Noble, known as Nivedita, and the American, Miss Josephine Macleod. Through the latter, Mitter has known the author of the Ideals of the East , the Japanese Kakuzo Okakura, who was a fervent supporter of the cultural unity of Asia, an avid anti-European and passionate inspirer of revolutionary movements for independence. Mitter had tried several times in vain to organize revolutionary groups.

Considered in India like a saint , was the chief disciple of the guru Ramakrishna, and according to his instructions, he founded in 1897 the Ramakrishna Mission, in order to promote the improvement of the spiritual and material conditions of all mankind, without any distinction of caste, creed, race, nationality, gender and religion, and to promote fellowship among the followers of different religions in the knowledge that it is only different forms of religion eternal and universal.

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