Story of the great Western desciple of Swami Vivekananda
This is the illustrated biography of one of India’s greatest daughters and the first Western woman to take up Brahmacharya. She played a great role in the freedom struggle of India despite her Irish origin and did pioneering work in health and education. Sister Nivedita received first-hand knowledge about India from Swami Vivekananda and played a major role in dispelling myths spread about the country in the West. She also inspired a number of great Indians like Subramanya Bharati and Jagadish Chandra Bose. At a time when patriotism in the country is declining, the youth should learn from the large-heartedness of Nivedita, a person of foreign-origin who gave her all to India.