Sister nivedita 405 likes 1 talking about this she is a scots-irish social worker, author, teacher and a disciple of swami vivekananda. Sister nivedita was held in high regard by rabindranath tagore, who felt nivedita to be an exceptional soul sister nivedita is widely admired in india today the life of sister nivedita was celebrated throughout india on the centenary of her birth in 1967.
Sister nivedita (bengali pronunciation: [sister niːbediːt̪aː] listen (help info) born margaret elizabeth noble 28 october 1867 – 13 october 1911) was an irish teacher, author, social activist, school founder and disciple of swami vivekananda.
With these stirring words, the mighty colossus, swami vivekananda, sent his great disciple, sister nivedita, into the battlefield of india's freedom struggle she was to seek not only political freedom, but freedom of the spirit as well born on october 28, 1867, at dungannon in ireland, miss margaret noble, as she was known in her youth. Keeping in view nivedita’s contribution to the scientific research work of jagadish chandra, rabindranath tagore said: ‘in the day of his success, jagadish gained an invaluable energizer and helper in sister nivedita, and in any record of his life’s work her name must be given a place of honour.
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[sister nivedita] is a lady hindus are proud of she helped india by helping it to rediscover itself no higher service could be rendered to a nation in the grip of self-forgetfulness.
Sister nivedita born as margaret elizabeth noble, she was more popularly known as sister nivedita she was an anglo-irish social worker, who was one amongst the many disciples of swami vivekananda.