Swami Vivekananda Jayanti is normally known by the name of Swami Vivekananda’s birthday. Birthday of Swami Vivekananda falls on the Saptami of Paush Krishna, the 7th day after the day of full moon in the Hindu Paush month. After that the date differs from year to year. According to Indian Calendar, Swami Vivekananda was born on 2nd January, 1863. In the year 2016, the date of Swami Vivekananda’s birth anniversary according to Hindu Lunar Calendar Tithi is on 31st January. In the year 2016, it is the 153rd birth anniversary of Swami Vivekananda.
Swami Vivekananda was born to a family where teaching was main concern, as their father Vishwanath Datta was legal representative at Calcutta high court. Alternatively their mother was a devout lady, and spent their times providing their prayers to gods. Therefore, Swami Vivekananda obtained both dedication and education in the directions of god from very early days.
Their sheer interest in Hindu religion and education was waiting for them to increase them. As from early days he was somewhat intelligent and quickly he gained a good knowledge related to culture. At the time he grew up, he provided their thoughts about the Vedanta and Yoga. Their work in scattering the Hindu religion and even the open-minded ideas he had, are highly praised in the mean time. Their saying and principals are still used on high levels. One of the very notable works that he had in their life was to build western world make conscious regarding the Hindu belief. At just the 30 years of age he gave a popular speech in Chicago known as “Sisters and Brothers of America” and it led spreading of seeds which would effect in the increase of knowledge regarding Hindu religion to the whole world.
Also, he was in between the main directions of the Saint Ramakrishna. As well as their main work in the direction of making Ramakrishna Mission that is still measured as the very important part of Hindu civilization. Their special way of saying things in present manner, as of the cause that he used to rove in the western regions of the world to increase the saying and message of the Hindu religion, complete him the modern India’s saint. Their thought about the young generations and how they must take and carry forward their life was actually something that every young generation should learn about.