Letters of Sister Nivedita - 2 volume boxed set
A collection of nearly 900 letters from one of Swami Vivekananda's most devoted disciples.
- 1,337 pages, Indian hardbacks
Margaret Elizabeth Noble was a teacher living in London when she first encountered Swami Vivekananda, whose words, "came as living water to men perishing of thirst." A little over two years later, Margaret arrived in Calcutta and was initiated into Brahmacharya by Swami Vivekananda and given the name: Nivedita, the dedicated.
This beautiful boxed set includes:
Volume I : Letters 1897—1904
Volume II : Letters 1905—1911
Sister Nivedita is also the author of: The Complete Works of Sister Nivedita, Master as I Saw Him, Cradle Tales of Hinduism, Religion and Dharma, , and Kali the Mother among many other writings.
For a list of other titles by Sister Nivedita please click here.
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