The life of Swami Vivekananda told through photographs, a well-prepared narrative, and personal reminiscences by those who knew the pioneer of the Vedanta mission in America. . . . Excellent on his major role at the 1893 World Parliament of Religions and the subsequent establishment of Vedanta centers across the U.S. . . . The film, or sections of it, would be very appropriate for courses on U.S.-Indian cultural interactions, Indian Civilization, or Indian religions. — South Asia in Review
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