The Gospel of Sri Ramakrishna as translated by Swami Nikhilananda offers the reader a penetrating view into the religious wisdom of India. As a result of his deep mystical experiences and constant absorption in God, Sri Ramakrishna (1836 – 1886) is considered being of the stature of Krishna, Buddha, and Christ. The Gospel is the record of Sri Ramakrishna’s conversations, that are unique of their breadth and depth. Profound religious truths are described in simple words and vivid stories, revealing the divinity of man and the religious foundation of the universe. This volume is a mine of inspiration, wisdom, theology, and metaphysics.
This 1106 page volume accommodates an introduction (70 pages) by Swami Nikhilananda that narrates the principle events of Sri Ramakrishna’s life and in brief sketches the folks and the doctrines associated with him. Also, includes 26 photographs, a detailed thesaurus, and an index.