Swami Vivekananda could recite the entire Bhagavad Gita by heart at the age of 8.

He was a skeptic who questioned the existence of God before becoming a disciple of Ramakrishna.

His teachings significantly influenced Western intellectuals like William James and Nikola Tesla.

Vivekananda advocated for women's empowerment and education, believing it essential for societal progress.

He was fluent in Bengali, English, Sanskrit, and Hindi, aiding his communication of ideas worldwide.

Vivekananda introduced the concept of yoga to the Western world through his lectures and writings.

His speeches inspired Indian independence leaders like Mahatma Gandhi and Subhas Chandra Bose.

He traveled extensively across Europe and the Middle East, spreading Vedanta and Indian spirituality.

Vivekananda envisioned a harmonious relationship between science and religion in the quest for truth.

He founded the Ramakrishna Mission and Math, reviving Hindu monasticism with a focus on social service.

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