Acharya Pranavananda in the Eyes of the Learned
Bharat Sevashram Sangha, 1975 - Hinduism - 128 pages
Articles on the lifeand philosophy of Swami Pranavananda, 1896-1941, founder of the Bharat Sevashram Sangha, Hindu sect.
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Acharya Pranavananda Acharya Swami Pranavanandaji Acharyadev activities Arjuna Aryan race attain awakening Barindra Kumar Ghosh become Bengal Bharat Sevashram Sangha body bondages Brahmacharya Brahman Chandra collective strength culture devoted disciples divine duty endeavour engaged established evil feeling founder freedom Gaya Geeta glory Guru heart heritage Hindu mass Hindu Milan Mandir Hindu religion Hindu society Hinduism holy places ideals India individual inspiration Kalidas Roy leaders living Lord ment mind mission moribund Hindu movement Muslims Narayan Gangopadhyay Nath nation nation-building non-attachment organisation path penance persons physical pilgrims political practice Prana Pranava preached race Ramdas realised reformation religious Rishis sacrifice Sadhana saint salvation Sannyas Sannyasins self-control selfless service semen service to humanity Shivaji social service soul spiritual pursuit Srikumar Banerjee Swami Pranavananda Swami Pranavanandaji Maharaj Swami Vivekananda Swamiji tion torture truth unity Upanishads Vedanta Vehari vigour Vinod volition weak welfare worldly worship