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Swami Vivekananda Story - Believe in God Motivational Real Life Stories

Why Swami ji Wear Saffron Turban..

Once Swami Vivekananda ji was in Rajasthan. He walking in desert in thirst and hunger. His body was in pain and scorching heat was taking…

Idol Worship Significance - Swami Vivekananda Life Stories for Learning

Idol Worship Significance..

In 1891, State of Alwar was ruled by Maharaja who was not a believer of idol worship. It was heard that he often made fun…

Stories about God Always Being There - Swami Vivekananda Life Story

God is Always There for You..

Once Swami Vivekananda was traveling by train, in same compartment a rich business man was sitting just next to Swami ji. Rich man who was…

Never Do Wrong Moral Stories - Swami Vivekananda Childhood Stories

Being Honest..!!

Story 1: Task of Stealing..!! Once Ramakrishna asked his disciples to steal a little rice from their own home but there was one condition that…

Swami Vivekananda Short Story - Reply to American Lady Remark Stories

Swami Vivekananda Reply..!!

Story 1: An American Lady Proposal..!! Once while in America, an American lady came to visit Swami Vivekananda ji along with other people. Lady was…

Swami Vivekananda Story in English - Short Life Incidents for Vivekananda

Swami Vivekananda Witty Reply..!!

Story 1: Girls Tried to Play Prank..!! Once Swami ji was traveling by train. In same coach some girls were sitting on front seat were…

Swami Vivekananda Life Stories - Stories About Humanity n Compassion

Poor Man’s Kindness..!!

Once Swami ji was for a stay in Rajasthan. When people got to know about him they started coming to him. Swami ji was tirelessly…

Swami Vivekananda Childhood Stories - Narendranath Dutta Short Stories

Swami Ji Childhood Story..!!

When Swami Vivekananda (Naren) was 8 years old, he loved Champaka flowers. He used to visit his friends house which had a big Champaka tree…