Indian God Pictures on Shower curtains hurting Religious Sentiments in the name of Art
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Atrocity: Sri Ramakrishna Paramahamsa's picture on a Shower curtain.
In the name of art, selling Indian God's pictures printed on shower curtains is not only hurting religious sentiments but also a disgrace to the country.
Introduction of Sri Ramakrishna:
One of the most prominent religious figures of India during the nineteenth century, Sri Ramakrishna Paramhamsa was a mystic and a yogi who translated complex spiritual concepts into lucid and easily intelligible manner.
Born in a simple Bengali rural family in 1836, Ramakrishna was as simple yogi. He pursued the Divine throughout his life in various forms and believed in divine embodiment of the Supreme Being in every individual. Sometimes believed to be the modern day reincarnation of Lord Vishnu, Ramakrishna was the embodiment of spiritual salvation to troubled souls from all walks of life. He was a key figure in revival of Hinduism in Bengal at a time when intense spiritual crisis was gripping the province leading to predominance of young Bengalis embracing Brahmoism and Christianity.
His legacy did not end with his death in 1886; his most prominent disciple Swami Vivekananda carried on his teachings and philosophy to the world through Ramakrishna Mission. In essence, his teachings were as traditional as ancient sages and seer, yet he remains contemporary throughout the ages.
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