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Who is regarded greater in Indian History Swami Dayanand or Swami Vivekanand?
Both Swami Dayanand Saraswati and Swami Vivekanand have a great place in the Indian rather World History in the fields of spirituality and philosophy. While Swami Dayanand (1824-1883) was a Revolutionary Reformer and a Vedic Sanskrit Scholar, Swami Vivekanand was a disciple of Ramakrishna who appeared on the Indian scene much later (1863-1902), was a philosopher who spoke for Hinduism and worked for infusing energy into the youth of India. Dayanand had sown the seeds for the Indian freedom (Swarajya) in 1876 which were furthered by Naroaji, Tilak, Gandhi and millions of freedom fighters and revolutionaries by their sacrifices. And as such viewed from historical angles and the contribution to the Nation, Swami Dayanand is regarded as senior or greater and is regarded as Rashpitamah.
Who can be described as tallest amongst Mahatma Gandhi Aurobindo Ghosh Swami Vivekanand and Swami Dayanand in Indian history?
Mahatma Gandhi had reaped what Dayanand had sown for the Swarajya movement. Arvindo Ghosh regarded Swami Dayanand as the tallest amongst all who fought for the Swarajya. Swami Vivekananda infused energy into the sleeping nation telling Arise and Awake, while Swami Dayanand Saraswati, who had founded Arya Samaj much earlier, generated the spirit of Freedom i.e. Self Governance or Swarajaya. That is how Swami Dayanand Saraswati stands tallest and is revered as Rashtrapitamah of India.
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Asked in Genealogy, Famous People
What are the names of Dorothy Day's grandchildren?
Martha Hennessey is the 7th of the 9 grandchildren of Dorothy. Martha is very much involved in the Catholic Worker movement. She lives in Vermont and has a website - she gives talks about Dorothy and the CW movement. If you go to her website you can email her and get the names of her eight brothers and sisters.
Asked in History of India, India, Famous People
Who is called the Rashtrapitamah of India?
Maharishi Dayanand Saraswati is obviously the only person who is called as Rashtrapitamah of India. A vedic scholar philosopher a visionary who wrote Satyarth Prakash in 1873 and founded Arya samaj proclaimed Swarajya (freedom for self governance) in 1876 . The Father of India Mahatma Gandhi learnt the lessons of freedom from Lokmanya Tilak while Tilak called Dada Bhao Naoroji his political Guru who in turn held Maharishi Dayanand as his political guide for the Swarajya movement. One day Lokmanya Gangadhar Tilak saw to his amazement the reknowned Parsi patriot Dada Bhao Naoroji turning over rhe pages of Satyarth Prakash. He asked Dada Bhao if he had become Arya samajist. To this Naoroji had replied," No I got inspiration from Swami Dayanand's work in my struggle for Swarajya" Such was the impact of Swamiji's messages Maharishi Dayanand's follower Shyamji Krishan Verma established India House in London that created revolutionaries and freedom fighters like Veer Savarkar, Madam Cama, Hardyal, Madan Lal Dhingra and Bhagat Singh. All were from Arya Samaj background. 80% of freedom fighters who fought for the freedom struggle were from Arya Samaj founded by the great visionary Maharishi Dayanand and as such he is called the RASHTRAPITAMAH ( grandfather) of India
Asked in Genealogy, Famous People
Who was Ivan Cousins?
Ivan Cpusins met Dorothy D. McWilliams (sister to Julia Childs) at Bennington College in Vermont, later courted her in France, and married her on June 23, 1951 in New York. He served in the US Navy during WWII and rose to lieutenant commander. He piloted a PT boat in the Pacific. He was an actor and worked for the Economic Cooperation Administration, which administered the Marshall Plan. He was the proprietor of an English and American antiques business at 310A Caledonia in Sausalito.
Asked in Salary and Pay Rates, Famous People
When did Abraham Lincoln stop being a lawyer?
Abraham Lincoln entered politics, and left the practice of law in 1846, when he was elected to the US Congress. Then in 1849, he leaves politics to practice law. He then in 1854, he re-enters politics but does not leave his law practice, when he's elected again to the Illinois legislature but declines the seat, hoping to run and be elected to the US Senate, for Illinois. In 1859, he loses the Senate election to Stephen Douglas, and the same year, Lincoln makes his last trip through the 8th Judicial Circuit, as an Attorney. The following year, he is nominated as the Republican Candidate for President, and wins in November, 1860. His last appearance as an attorney was in 1859, though it is likely he never let his license to practice law, lapse.
Asked in Celebrity Relationships, Famous People
Who was Josh Elliott of GMA married too?
As of January 2012, Josh Elliott is currently single. Josh Elliott of GMA and formerly of ESPN? No. He is a single father. He is not currently dating a woman even though he is 40 and very handsome. There is another Josh Elliott. However he is an actor with BelAmi Porn studios, and he is NOT married. Josh Elliott was married long enough to cheat on his wife with many ESPN interns and leave her shortly after the birth of his daughter. Not the guy ABC News wants him to be or how he represents himself.
Asked in Famous People, Saints
Who were all the suspects for Thomas Becket's death?
Asked in New York, Celebrities, Famous People
What famous people were born in Rochester NY?
Did Jackie Kennedy influence the world?
Jacqueline ("Jackie") Kennedy Onassis was a glamorous first lady, at a time when first ladies were still generally expected to stay in the background. Her sense of style, both in personal fashion and in decorating the home, influenced the world because she and her husband were so popular. She was also admired for her poise and elegance, even when faced with her husband's infidelities. At a time when first ladies were not allowed to have careers (she had been a magazine writer and photographer), she elevated the profile of the first lady within the confines of traditional attitudes. By all accounts, she was also a devoted mother and loving wife, which the nation also found inspiring.