Ramakrishna Jayanti 2023 : He was born on February 18, 1836, in the village of Hooghly in Bengal. He was a prominent spiritual leader of the 19th century. He was a great worshipper of Goddess Kali. Among his many disciples, one of the most favourite and the one who inspired the entire country with his teachings was Swami Vivekananda.
Ramakrishna’s teachings were that all men and women are holy. We should be kind to every human and animal that we meet. Even today, on his Jayanthi, it is celebrated grandly in Bengal. We also see that on this day, many followers of Ramakrishna share his important messages on Social media.
Ramakrishna Jayanti 2023
Ramakrishna Jayanthi is going to be celebrated on March 15. This year it is his 175-year Jayanthi that is going to be celebrated. He was a great sage and a teacher. He was also a great devotee of Goddess Kali.
Every year on his birthday, all his devotees gather in his charitable trust to offer their prayers and donations for the needy. Ramakrishna believed that the education system should teach to earn money and give an insight into life.
It should teach spirituality and help people in living in peace and harmony. He worked as a Head Priest in Dakshineswar Kali Temple.
Ramakrishna Jayanti Quotes
Ramakrishna’s quotes are famous, and many look forward to reading them. They are truly inspiring and make everyone think practically and logically. Ramakrishna Jayanti’s Quotes are also quite famous since Ramakrishna Jayanti is celebrated by publishing a few of his quotes and motivating people to understand life in depth.
The following are the few best quotes of Ramakrishna:
- “Lovers of God do not belong to any caste.”
- “Knowledge leads to unity, but Ignorance to diversity.”
- “Many are the names of God, and infinite the forms that lead us to know Him. In whatsoever name or form you desire to call Him, in that same form and name you will see Him.”
- “Women are, all of them, the veritable images of Shakti.”
- “As you pray to God for devotion, so also pray that you may not find fault with anyone.”
- “It is easy to talk about religion, but difficult to practice it.”
Ramakrishna Paramahamsa Teachings
Specific important life lessons can learned and remembered well when taught in the form of stories. Ramakrishna Paramahamsa Teachings were also mainly in the form of stories so that he could educate people and make them learn the essential lessons of life. Some stories printed in Indian school books, also. I am going to share one of those stories with you now.
Ramakrishna tells an inspiring Story.
One day while teaching his disciples about the presence of God in the universe, Ramakrishna Paramahamsa told his students that God is present everywhere. He said God is present in humans, animals, birds, etc. One of his students genuinely motivated by the story. One day when these disciples went to bring some water from the river, they all discussed the story and other things and came back.
Then suddenly, they saw a considerable elephant approaching them, and the mahout sitting on the elephant warned them that the elephant was mad and they should soon move away from the place. All the students gave way and moved away, but this one disciple stayed without moving, saying that God was present in the elephant and won’t harm him.
He remained there despite repeated warnings and advice from his Mahut, friends, and other people. The elephant ran towards him and knocked him down. He injured and lost consciousness. He upset and couldn’t understand the in-depth meaning of his master’s teachings.
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When Ramakrishna Paramahamsa came to visit him, he asked his doubt and requested his master to clear the confusion; then, the master told the foolish disciple that God is present everywhere, and we should have the wisdom to understand the present.
So, when this incident happened, God was present in the mahout, his friends, and others who wanted to save him from the elephant. However, the student, unable to understand the essential message of the lesson, foolishly injured.
It is an important life lesson to all of us. As we come across different kinds of incidents in our life every day, we should be smart enough to understand and mature enough to handle our life situations in our personal and professional lives. If we have any confusion in life, we can talk to our parents, teachers, or other elders and get clarity on things in understanding.
Ramakrishna Paramahamsa Jayanti 2023
Ramakrishna Pramahamsa Jayanti 2023 will celebrated this year with different kinds of activities. The activities would include people taking part in different kinds of charity work. Some people donate money, some donate food, and others donate clothes to the poor.
All the spiritual people come to one place and share the life ideas and teachings of Ramakrishna Paramahamsa. His life lessons and stories, in the form of books and CDS, distributed among people so they can go through them and understand the essence of life.
Death of Ramakrishna
We lost a great spiritual leader in 1886; he suffered throat cancer in 1885 and left his last breath. After his death, his disciples, including Swami Vivekananda, formed a fellowship at Baranagar near the Ganges River and later started Ramakrishna Math in memory of their master.
Different activities conducted in his name every day. In schools and colleges also, some activities included so that the students can learn and understand the teachings of this great spiritual leader. If time permits, let us all join his Jayanthi celebrations every year and do something good for our society, like participating in charitable works. We can either give to charity or participate in social activities.
We may also include a few of his books, keep them at home, and let our youngers read them at home. Let us understand the true essence of religion and spirituality. Ramakrishna and Vivekananda can also included as bedtime stories for young children so they will grow up as responsible and wise children. We may also include his famous quotes in our good morning messages to help our friends have a bright day.