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Jan042013

            SWAMI VIVEKANANDA                 SRI RAMAKRISHNA                 HOLY MOTHER SARADA DEVI

 


REGULAR SCHEDULE


Weekday Classes by Swami Sarvapriyananda

Tuesdays:  7:30pm - Gospel of Sri Ramakrishna

Wednesdays:  4:00pm - Vedanta Study Group, currently studying Mandukya Karika

Fridays:  7:30pm - Aparokshanubhuti streamed live and recorded

Daily:   6:30pm - Vesper service (prayer) followed by meditation



Sunday Classes at 11 AM

Feb 4:   "The Expert Dancer" by Pravrajika Shuddhatmaprana of Ridgely Manor

Feb 11: The Glory of Shiva

Feb 18: Avatara - Story of Sri Ramakrishna

Feb 25: Spiritual Retreat

 


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Recent Classes

Feb 18 - Avatara : The Story of Sri Ramakrishna

Dec 31 - Ask the Swami: Question and Answer session

Nov 19 - Ask the Swami: Question and Answer session

Nov 12 - The Great Bliss




Recent Events

Select events of Nov & Dec 2017, Holy Mother birthday, Swami Vivekananda birthday, Jan 2018

 


 

     Vedanta Society of New York (VSNY) is affiliated with the Ramakrishna Order of India. In fact, VSNY is the Order's first Center started by Swami Vivekananda, in 1894. It was an historic event, for the seed of the world-wide Ramakrishna Movement was sown here in New York over a century ago.

     Swami Vivekananda was the first teacher of Vedanta to come to the West, who drew wide acclaim by his electrifying addresses at the World's Parliament of Religions held in Chicago in 1893. After the conclusion of the Parliament, a group of American students interested to learn more about Vedanta gathered about the Swami, and the first Vedanta Center in the West was started in New York City.

     Vedanta Society of New York bases its teachings on the System of Vedanta , especially as explained by Sri Ramakrishna (1836-1886) and his chief disciple Swami Vivekananda (1863-1902) and as demonstrated in their lives.

     The Society is one of the number of Vedanta Centers in the US, and is guided by Swamis (monks) of the Order, who serve as ministers.