The Dedicated: A Biography of Sister Nivedita
by: Lizelle Reymond
BEE Books has published the most crucial biography of Sister Nivedita (born Margaret Elizabeth Noble) by Lizelle Reymond. Being published for the first time in the country since it was written decades ago, with a newly written foreword by the eminent author Sanjib Chattopadhyay, this book offers a new astounding perspective to the enigmatic woman that was Sister Nivedita. Written with undaunted honesty, it enlightens the readers of the odyssey of a woman from her journey from childhood into the final doorsteps of sainthood. Her gifts towards this country still resonates in the legacies she has left behind, and in this book, the reader shall perceive the magnanimity that was tantamount to the one called Nivedita.
About the author:
Lizelle Reymond , born on 30 June 1899, in the canton of Neuchâtel and died on 22 June 1994 in Geneva. She was a philosopher and orientalist who contributed to the introduction of Tai Chi Chuan in Europe as early as the 1970s. In 1947, after her marriage faiked, Lizelle Reymond went to India where she worked for the Ramakrishna Mission , which helped the Hindu refugees flock to Calcutta following the partition of the country.
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