Studies from an Eastern Home

by Sister Nivedita

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IT is now nearly ten years since there was published, under the title of The Web of Indian Life, a book which immediately found its appropriate public. In England and America it was recognised as belonging to that newer and finer type of interpretation as applied to the East of which our time has produced some noteworthy examples; in India it was welcomed as almost the first attempt on the part of an English writer to present the ethical and social ideals embodied in the Indian woman and family. Many among the readers of the book were aware that its author stood in a unique relation to the Indian people: that she had identified herself without reserve with their life and been dedicated wholly to their service; while not a few were assured that she was destined to carry forward the task thus brilliantly begun of revealing the inner side of Eastern society to the West. But this was not to be. Two years ago she died, with her work in India, as it seemed to those who knew her best and had most reason to hope greatly, hardly more than envisaged and planned.

Margaret Noble, known for some twelve years to multitudes of people throughout India as Sister Nivedita, was of Irish parentage and birth, and was born at Dungannon, Co. Tyrone, in 1867. Very soon afterwards her father, Samuel Richmond Noble, entered the Lancashire Independent College, in preparation for the Congregational ministry, but did not live to fulfil his early promise. Margaret, his elder daughter, passed from school in the north of England to a teacher's training, and was fortunate enough to become acquainted in London with some of the most enthusiastic apostles of the New Education. Her practical experience was gained as teacher in various girls' schools, and more especially in association with a Dutch lady who had established in a suburb of South London a school of a thoroughly modern type. In 1892, being then in her twenty-fifth year, she opened at Wimbledon a school of her own in which she strove to give expression to the broad and fine conception of girls' education with which then and afterwards she was identified. At Wimbledon, too, she was the centre of a group of friends, eager inquirers into everything, given to the discussion of books, ethics, and society with the confident energy of youth, and beginning in several directions social work which has since borne varied fruit. Always, however, with Margaret Noble, intellectual inquiry was immediately related to what she regarded as her proper work--education; and she was one of the most active of those, mostly, like herself, concerned with the newer applications of educational theory, who, twenty years or so ago, founded the Sesame Club, the earliest in this country of those social centres for men and women which have since so largely multiplied.

Busy with her school and kindred schemes, abounding in life, a keen reader and thinker, with a continually widening circle of friends--such she was in 1895, when there came into her life the influence which in a few months altered its whole current and purpose.

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Studies from an Eastern Home
^ Sister Nivedita (31 May 2006)in form, so deeply impassioned, of such flashing and undaunted sincerityxixAlthough himself obeying the impulse and fulfilling the purpose of his master Ramakrishna, he dealt always impersonally with the body of truth common to all religions, and dwelt upon the necessity, especially in the present stage of the world's history, for the exchange of ideals between peoples, and especially between East and WestHESPERIDES PressAs conducted by Sister Nivedita and her colleague, the school involved no uprooting from familiar surroundingsThe other occasion, a year or two later, was one in which, at the first glance, she seemed ex-extraordinarily "out of the picture." The hall of the Dalhousie Institute, Calcutta, was filled with a mixed audience, mostly Indian, for as odd a purpose as could well be imagined in that country--to hear a debate on Marriage versus CelibacyxvipHe had appeared before the Parliament of Religions, held during the Chicago Exhibition of 1893, as the first of the modern missionariesStudies from an Eastern Home Title page of 1913 edition Author Sister Nivedita Language English Publisher Longmans, Green & Co., Publishedin English 1913 ^ "Studies from an Eastern Home"The principle was, as Sister Nivedita herself expressed it, by means of familiar factors of her daily life so to educate the Indian girl as to enable her to realise those ends which are themselves integral aspirations of that lifeFacebook Twitter RSS Home Table of Contents Current Issue Forthcoming Issue Past Issues About The Journal Graduate Student Paper Prize AMEWS Book Award Submissions Article Guidelines Foreign Words Image Instructions Review Materials Announcements Contact Subscribe Select Page Welcome to JMEWS Welcome to the Journal of Middle East Womens Studies and the JMEWS website! Founded in 2004 by the Association of Middle East Womens Studies (AMEWS), JMEWS is the leading journal publication venue for scholars working on gender and sexuality topics across the Middle East and North AfricaxxviiDOWNLOAD OPTIONS download 1 file ABBYY GZ download download 1 file B/W PDF download download 1 file DAISY download download 1 file EPUB download download 1 file FULL TEXT download download 1 file KINDLE download download 1 file PDF download download 1 file SCRIBE SCANDATA ZIP download download 1 file SINGLE PAGE PROCESSED JP2 ZIP download download 1 file SINGLE PAGE RAW JP2 ZIP download download 1 file TORRENT download download 18 Files download 10 Original SHOW ALL In CollectionCalifornia Digital Library ANDHIDE 1 MORE In CollectionAmerican Libraries Uploaded by Alyson-Wieczorek on 8/29/2007 Views 603 Always rather at the mercy of a too difficult thesis, given to the use of socio-philosophic terms, and following a too compressed method of exposition, she not infrequently soared beyond the comprehension of her audienceWe invite you to submit original scholarship to JMEWS, join AMEWS (which provides an automatic subscription to JMEWS), and follow the latest news on our JMEWS website and Facebook pageIn June 1899, accompanied by Vivekananda, Sister Nivedita left Calcutta for Europe, and during the autumn they were fellow-guests in the house of some invaluable American friends on the Hudson RiverShe gave frequent addresses, and not in Calcutta aloneAnd I have thought, and still think, that her gift of speech was something which, when fully exercised, I have never known surpassed--so fine and sure was it.Our word to the young Indian to-day is: Make your own Ramayana, not in written stories, but in service and achievement for the motherland." 48a4f088c3

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