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SARADA DEVI

 

 

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KHADGI (16) IV MCA-FS

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HISTORY

 

Sarada Devi was born of Brahmin parents as the eldest daughter on 22 December
1853, in the village of Jayrambati in present-day West Bengal, India. At the age of five she was betrothed
to Ramakrishna, whom she joined at Dakshineswar Kali temple when
she was in her late teens. After Ramakrishna’s death, Sarada Devi stayed
most of the time either at Jayrambati or at the Udbodhan office, Calcutta. The followers of the
Ramakrishna movement and a large section of devotees across the world worship
Sri Sri Ma Sarada Devi as an incarnation of the Adi Parashakti or the Divine
Mother.

 

 

QUOTE:

 

1.      
“Let
me tell you how to love all equally. Do not demand anything of those you love.
If you make demands, some will give you more and some less. In that case you
will love more those who give you more and less those who give you less. Thus
your love will not be the same for all. You will not be able to love all
impartially.”

 

MEANING:

 

In this quote “Saint Sarada Devi”
teaches to love equally without expectations. If you expect something in return
you will not be able to treat all equally. Thus it concludes that you should
not demand from your loved ones. One should see and love everybody at equal
footing.

 

COMPARISON WITH MODERN PRINCIPLES OF MANAGEMENT:

 

In the above quote “Saint Sarda
Devi” has given more importance to ‘Love’, ‘Wisdom’, ‘Giving’ and ‘Caring’.
According to the modern principle of management, she talks about equality, emphasizes
on no expectation and returns.

 

Equality:

 The state of being equal in rights or
opportunities.

 

No expectation:

Not
demanding anything in return.

 

No returns:

                Not
expecting something in return of love.

 

 

QUOTE:

 

2.       “I tell you one thing. If you want
peace of mind, do not find fault with others. Rather learn to see your own
faults. Learn to make the whole world your own. No one is a stranger, my child;
this whole world is your own.”

 

MEANING:

 

In this quote “Saint Sarada Devi”
tell you how to spread happiness and calm your mind from stress. For doing so
you should find flaws or defects in yourself rather than finding defects in
others. Person’s mind gets polluted when he/she finds defects in others.  In this world no one is a stranger we all
belong to one family and are child of one god.

 

COMPARISON WITH MODERN PRINCIPLES OF MANAGEMENT:

 

In the above quote more importance
is given to peace of mind which associates with ‘calmness’ and ‘patience’ in
modern principles of management. By saying the whole world is yours she also
talks about maintaining ‘unity’ among people.

 

Patience:

The capacity to accept or tolerate problems.

 

Calmness:

The state of being free from violent activities
during pressure

 

Unity:

Together joined as a team.

 

 

QUOTE:

 

3.      
“No one can suffer
for all time. No one will spend all his days on this earth in suffering. Every
action brings its own result, and one gets one’s opportunities accordingly.”

 

MEANING:

 

 In this quote “Saint Sarada Devi” says no one
always has to suffer pain. How does anyone understand happiness if there is no
sorrow? No one will have to spend all their life tolerating pain.  The pain a person is getting depends on their
own actions. Everyone cannot be happy at the same time. Every action brings its
own result and each has to get the opportunity according to their actions.

 

COMPARISON WITH MODERN PRINCIPLES OF MANAGEMENT:

 

In this quote saint focuses on
suffering, tolerance and opportunity which relates with the ‘Degree of Centralization’ and
‘planning’ modern principles of management.

 

Degree of Centralization:

 Process of making important
decisions.

 

Planning:

Organizing
activities to achieve a desired goal.

Suffering:

The state of undergoing pain.

               

 

QUOTE:

4.      
“Even Avataras,
saints, and sages have to undergo the ordeal of suffering, for they take upon
themselves the burden of sins of omission and commission of ordinary human
beings and thereby sacrifice themselves for the good of humanity.”

 

MEANING:

 

No one can avoid problems not even
saints or sages, even god cannot escape from the sufferings.

God takes sufferings and failures
from ordinary human beings in order to prosper them with happy and healthy
life. The creator sacrifices themselves for the sake of humanity.

 

COMPARISON WITH MODERN PRINCIPLES OF MANAGEMENT:

 

In
this quote saint is talking about ‘humanity’, ‘offerings’ which resemblance
with the modern principles of management such as ‘sacrifice’, ‘humanity’ and
‘omission’.

Sacrifice:

 Give up for
the sake of others.

 

Humanity:

The
quality of being humane, kindness.

 

Omission:

                The
action of leaving out something, failure to perform an action.

 

 

QUOTE:

 

5.      
“People complain
about their grief’s and sorrows and how they pray to God but find no relief
from pain. But grief itself is a gift from God. It is the symbol of His
compassion.”

 

MEANING:

 

Human birth is full of suffering,
they protest about their torment and misery. They reaches god for getting
relief from all these pains but not understands that grief is a gift from god.
It teaches us to differentiate between good and bad and helps you to heal
faster. Grief helps us to learn and not to make same mistakes in future. Grief
is not punishment from god it shows god’s concern and love towards us.

 

COMPARISON WITH MODERN PRINCIPLES OF MANAGEMENT:

 

In this quote saint talks about
‘grief’, ‘pain’ and ‘sorrow’ and how everyone has to endure the pain. Saint
talks about taking the grief positively this teaches us to be positive in any
situation. According to the modern principle of management, she talks about
‘being positive’, ‘compassion’ and ‘grief’.

 

Positivity:

The
quality of having a positive attitude.

 

Compassion:  

Sympathy and concern for the sufferings of others.

 

Grief:

Severe physical or mental suffering.

 

Interpretation:

                An
explanation or opinion of what something means

 

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