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  1. 27/10/2021 · Sister Nivedita. 7th ed. Kolkata: Sister Nivedita Girls’ School, 2014. An early biography in good circulation and the work of an author institutionally associated with the Ramakrishna Sarada movement. Atmaprana did not consult any Bengali-language sources since she did not know the language. This proved to be a disadvantage.

  2. 20/07/2017 · The Story of Sister Nivedita, a Woman Who Knew That India’s Unity Was in Its Diversity. By Penguin India. July 20, 2017. Nivedita added to the mantra of nation-making, which would set a direction and course to an awakened people in their ultimate movement towards freedom.

  3. 21/09/2020 · Sister Nivedita (28.10.1867–13.10.1911) eminently responded to these challenges of time. She came to India as Swami Vivekananda’s disciple, developed oneness with our cultural ethos, immersed herself in a variety of activities related to public life, and endeavoured to bolster social dynamism and further the cause of the Swadeshi movement.

  4. Sister Nivedita in Karma Yogin. Life and work of Sister Nivedita show us that tradition and modernity can be kept together for the development of this country. On her 150th year, her thoughts are as relevant as before. Her life is an example of the respect of women and culture in the Hindu civilizational thought.

  5. 31/10/2022 · As we recently completed 75 years of Indian independence and will also observe the 155th birth anniversary of Sister Nivedita (1867-1911) on 28 October, it is time to uncover a not-so-well-known part of the history of our freedom struggle—Sister Nivedita’s involvement in the revolutionary movement in Bengal in the early twentieth century. Her contribution to […]

  6. 29/10/2017 · SISTER NIVEDITA by tarunnanwani · October 29, 2017 The real name of Sister Nivedita was Margaret Noble. She was born on 28 October 1867 in the town of Dungannon in County Tyrone, Ireland to Mary Isabel and Samuel Richmond Noble were highly knowledgeable and religious people. Her father taught her, “Service to mankind is true service to God”.

  7. About Sister Nivedita Born Margaret Elizabeth Noble in a Catholic Christian family in Ireland, Sister Nivedita (28 October 1867-13 October 1911), was an Irish educator, author and social activist who dedicated her life to social work and spreading education in India after becoming a disciple of Swami Vivekananda.