*Swami Vivekananda* was a wandering Hindu monk who was the most prominent disciple of Ramakrishna, a well known 19th century saint. Vivekananda is remembered as one of the key people who introduced Indian philosophies such as Vedanta and Yoga to the West. He is also responsible for awakening Hinduism in India, while also assisting the idea of Nationalism in British India. Swami Vivekananda has also established the Ramakrishna Mission and the Ramakrishna Math.
On 11 September 1893, *Swami Vivekananda,* a famous Hindu monk delivered his first speech in the *Parliament of the World's Religions in Chicago.*