Ramakrishna Paramhansa Biography: Kadar Chatterjee, popularly known as ‘Sri Ramakrishna Paramahamsa’, was born on February 18, 1836, in Kamarpukur, Hooghly district in the state of West Bengal, India, the fourth child of ‘Kudram’ and his mother ‘Chandramani Devi’. He belongs to a Brahmin family.
As a child, Sri Ramakrishna was interested in dance songs, painting deities, and making clay idols, but he was not interested in education. Also, Ramakrishna’s family was very poor and at the age of 17, he went to Calcutta in search of work where his brother lived due to the economic situation of the family. There, his brother Rajkumar worked as a priest at the Datsineswar Kali Temple.
Ramakrishna Paramhansa: Biography, Life Story, History
Ramakrishna, who used to worship daily at the Dakshineswar Kali Temple, had many doubts from time to time. However, realizing that his attempt was in vain, he tried to kill himself with the sword in Kali’s hand.
He later stated that he had lost consciousness and was in a trance. After this event, a great change was seen in the activities of Ramakrishna. Seeing his actions, Ramakrishna’s parents arranged for her to marry him.
As a result, he married a woman named Sarathamani in Jayarambadi, near Kamarpukur, claiming that she was born for him and that he was born to marry her. Even after marriage, Sri Ramakrishna, who was deeply involved in the devotional and spiritual path, respected his wife as his mother without accepting the marriage and led a godly life.
- Birthday: February 18, 1836
- Nationality: Indian
- Died At Age: 50
- Sun Sign: Aquarius
- Also Known As Gadadhar Chattopadhyay
- Born In: Kamarpukur
- Famous As: Spiritual & Religious Leader
He learned Tantricism from a priest named Bhairavi Brahmani and later from Doda Puri. He was a spiritual guide to the entire human race, not just Indians and Hindus. Sri Ramakrishna was not only the discoverer of Vedanta truths but also the one who was able to convey it to others. Palmer was spiritual enlightenment in the minds of everyone from the scholar to the scholar.
His spiritual thinking spread all over the world and he was hailed by all as the incarnation Purusha. Also, many came to Nadi and became disciples. Swami Vivekananda alias Narendranath Dutta is notable among them. Moreover, the Ramakrishna Madam, established by Swami Vivekananda after the death of Sri Ramakrishna Paramahamsa, continues to make a great contribution to spiritual development to this day.