Vous êtes sur la page 1sur 5

Vivekananda in Chicago, September 1893. On the left, Vivekananda wrote: "one infinite pure and holy beyond thought beyond qualities I bow down to thee".

Born

Died

Nationality

Founder of

Guru

Philosophy

Literary

works

Prominent

Disciple(s)

Narendra Nath Datta 12 January 1863 Calcutta, Bengal Presidency, British India (now Kolkata, West Bengal, India) 4 July 1902 (aged 39) Belur Math, Bengal Presidency, British India (now in West Bengal, India) Indian Belur Math, Ramakrishna Math and Ramakrishna Mission Ramakrishna Vedanta Raja Yoga, Karma Yoga, Bhakti Yoga and Jnana Yoga Swami Ashokananda, Swami Virajananda, Swami Paramananda, Alasinga Perumal, Swami Abhayananda, Sister Nivedita, Swami Sadananda

Influence on[show]

Quotation

"Arise, awake, and stop not till the goal is reached" (See more quotations in Wikiquote)

Signature

Signature
stop not till the goal is reached " (See more quotations in Wikiquote ) Signature Ramakrishna

Ramakrishna at Dakshineswar

Born

Gadadhar Chattopadhyay

18 February 1836

Kamarpukur, Bengal Presidency,

British India (now in West Bengal, India)

16 August 1886 (aged 50)

Calcutta, Bengal Presidency, British India (now Kolkata, West Bengal, India)

Indian

Died

Nationality

Titles/honours Paramahansa Prominent

Disciple(s)

Swami Vivekananda

He is born in vain, who having attained the human birth, so difficult

Quotation

to get, does not attempt to realise God in this very life. Ramakrishna's birthday is observed on Phalgun Shukla Dwitiya as per Hindu lunar calendar

on Phalgun Shukla Dwitiya as per Hindu lunar calendar Born Died Guru Nanak Guru Nanak with

Born

Died

Guru Nanak

Dwitiya as per Hindu lunar calendar Born Died Guru Nanak Guru Nanak with Bhai Bala and

Guru Nanak with Bhai Bala and Bhai Mardana and Sikh Gurus Nanak April 15, 1469 Rāi Bhoi Kī Talvaṇḍī, Delhi Sultanate (now Nankana Sahib, Punjab, Pakistan) September 22, 1539 (aged 70) Kartarpur, Mughal India

Resting place Kartarpur

Years active

Successor

Spouse(s)

Children

Parents

(now in Punjab, Pakistan) 1499 -1539 Guru Angad Mata Sulakhani Baba Sri Chand and Baba Lakhmi Das Baba Mehta Kalu and Mata Tripta

Pakistan ) 1499 -1539 Guru Angad Mata Sulakhani Baba Sri Chand and Baba Lakhmi Das Baba
Pakistan ) 1499 -1539 Guru Angad Mata Sulakhani Baba Sri Chand and Baba Lakhmi Das Baba
Pakistan ) 1499 -1539 Guru Angad Mata Sulakhani Baba Sri Chand and Baba Lakhmi Das Baba
Pakistan ) 1499 -1539 Guru Angad Mata Sulakhani Baba Sri Chand and Baba Lakhmi Das Baba

Guru Nanak is the founder of the religion of Sikhism and is the first of the Sikh Gurus. His birth is celebrated world-wide on Kartik Puranmashi, the full-moon day which falls on different dates each year in the month of Katak, OctoberNovember. [2]

Guru Nanak travelled far and wide teaching people the message of one God who dwells in every one of God's creations and constitutes the eternal Truth. [3] He set up a unique spiritual, social, and political platform based on equality, fraternity love, goodness, and virtue. [4][5][6]

It is part of Sikh religious belief that the spirit of Guru Nanak's sanctity, divinity and religious authority descended upon each of the nine subsequent Gurus when the Guruship was devolved on to them. [7]

religious authority descended upon each of the nine subsequent Gurus when the Guruship was devolved on
An 1825 CE painting depicts Kabir with a disciple c. 1440 Lahartara near Kashi (present-day

An 1825 CE painting depicts Kabir with a disciple

c. 1440

Lahartara near Kashi (present-day

Varanasi)

c. 1518

Born

Died

Maghar Occupation Weaver, poet Known for influenced the Bhakti movement, Sikhism, Sant Mat and Kabir Panth

Gautama Buddha

, Sikhism , Sant Mat and Kabir Panth Gautama Buddha A statue of the Buddha from

A statue of the Buddha from Sarnath, 4th century CE Between c. 563 BCE to 483 BCE [1]

Born

Died

Lumbini (in present-day Nepal) [2] or possibly elsewhere c. 483 BCE (aged 80) or 411 and 400 BCE

Kushinagar (present-day in Uttar Pradesh, India) Founder of Buddhism

Maitreya Buddha

Known for

Predecessor Kassapa Buddha

Successor