By Shyam Krishna Kumar, Vision India Foundation Fellow
This article was published in the DNA India
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Swami Vivekananda’s remarkable three-minute speech at the Parliament of World Religions catapulted him to world renown and put India on the global stage. In many ways, it marked the beginning of India’s decolonisation and civilisational revival.
Shyam Krishnakumar, research associate at Vision India Foundation, writes on Vivekananda’s fundamental contributions to India’s decolonisation -engagement with modernity, creating a contemporary social and work ethic, inspiring the freedom struggle and creating a manifest destiny for India, on the 124th anniversary of the speech.
Read the complete article published on DNA India.