Sister Nivedita was one of the greatest political and philosophical thinkers of the 19 th century, who despite her foreign birth proudly identified herself as an Indian nationalist. She was a scholar, philosopher, pedagogue, social worker, artist and feminist, all the same time.
Publications - A selection of literature published by the Sister Nivedita Heritage Museum & Knowledge Centre are available at the premises. Gallery 1 - Sister Nivedita’s Study. The historic Thakur Dalan, where Nivedita’s school for girls was inaugurated with a puja by Sri Sarada Devi herself. Thakurdalan mural.
26 de oct. de 2021 · Sister Nivedita’s life came to an end: In the month of October in 1911, Sister Nivedita visited Darjeeling with Acharya Jagadish Chandra Bose and his wife. At Darjeeling, Nivedita was hit by a fatal blout of blood-dysentry and breathed her last on 13th October 1911, at the age of 44.
25 de dic. de 2018 · Sister Nivedita : Her Call to the Nation December 25, 2018By Vinayak Lohani Margaret Elizabeth Noble, later Sister Nivedita, was born in a Scottish-Irish family on October 28, 1867, in North Ireland. Losing her father at the age of ten, her early life was marked by considerable deprivation.
31 de dic. de 2014 · The Complete Works of Sister Nivedita: Volume 1: The Master as I Saw Him; Notes of Some Wanderings; Kedar Nath and Bhadri Narayan; Kali the Mother. Volume 2: The Web of Indian Life; An Indian Study of Love and Death; Studies from an Eastern Home; Lectures and Articles.
2 de dic. de 2017 · Sister Nivedita is well known throughout India as the disciple of Swami Vivekananda. She born on 28 October 1867 in Ireland, her father name was Samuel Noble, an English engraver and minister of New Church and mother Mary Isabel Noble. She studied at Halifax university and had philosophical thoughts since her childhood.
25 de dic. de 2018 · Sister Nivedita’s Championing of Indian Art December 25, 2018 By Vinayak Lohani Margaret Elizabeth Noble, later Sister Nivedita, was born in a Scottish-Irish family on October 28, 1867, in North Ireland. Losing her father at the age of ten, her early life was marked by considerable deprivation.