Thursday, December 27, 2012

Swami Vivekananda and Rabindranath Tagore (contd-2)

Prof. Jasgadish Bhattacharya discussed the relation between Vivekananda and Rabindranath in three phases;  1. Relation developed in the line of love of Music, 2. Relation  in the line of  downtrodden people, and 3. Relation in the light of spirited human being.
The first one has already been discussed.
Secondly, the phrase "God in disguise of poor person" was coined by Swami Vivekananda. The meaning of this word was deep rooted in the inner part of his heart.. 'Service to mankind is service to god' was his motto.To analyse  his concept of peoples awareness, Jagadish Babu cited three examples from the first part of the 'series  of Letters' (Patrabali)-Page left/ written by him in India and abroad.
The quotations from "apamanita' written by Rabindranath also reveals the same idea with that of Vivekananda. ( page -rt).
Thirdly, Swami Vivekananda, the great soul loved and revered in East and West alike as the rejuvenator of Hinduism in India and the preacher of its truth abroad, he wrote poem,  (Pic -below)

The poem "Pagal" written by Rabindranath also depicts the same meaning given here. 

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