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SRI RAMAKRISHNA AT DAKSHINESWAR

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Sri Ramakrishna
Dakshineswar
Sri Sarada Devi

Sri Ramakrishna

The Kali Temple
at Dakshineswar
Sri Sarada Devi

 

SRI RAMAKRISHNA AT DAKSHINESWAR

"It was the day of the new moon. Gradually night descended and dense darkness enveloped the trees and the temples. A few lights shone here and there in the temple garden. The black sky was reflected in the waters of the Ganges. The Master went to the verandah south of his room. A spiritual mood was the natural state of his mind. The dark night of the new moon, associated with the black complexion of Kali, the Divine Mother, intensified his spiritual exaltation. Now and then he repeated ‘Om’ and the name of Kali. He lay down on a mat and whispered to M.: ‘Yes, God can be seen.’ "

The Gospel of Sri Ramakrishna
June 5, 1883

Other works of the artist may be seen on the internet at
www.colophon.com/harington

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