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Admiration for him amongst Bengali elites led to the formation of the Ramakrishna Mission by his chief disciple Swami Vivekananda   who acquired worldwide influence in the spread of modern Hinduism.
Early life Birth and childhood Ramakrishna was born on 17 Februaryin the village of Kamarpukurin the Hoogli district of West Bengalinto a very poor, pious, and orthodox brahmin family. His parents were Khudiram Chattopadhyay and Chandramani Devi.
According to his followers, Ramakrishna's parents experienced supernatural incidents and visions before his birth. In Gaya his father Khudiram had a dream in which Lord Gadadhara a form of Vishnusaid that he would be born as his son.
Chandramani Devi is said to have had a vision of light entering her womb from Shiva's temple. The family shrine is on the left, birthplace temple on the right Although Ramakrishna attended a village school with some regularity for 12 years,  he later rejected the traditional schooling saying that he was not interested in a "bread-winning education".
He could read and write in Bengali. Ramakrishna describes his first spiritual ecstasy at the age of six: He reportedly became so absorbed by this scene that he lost outward consciousness and experienced indescribable joy in that state.
This loss drew him closer to his mother, and he spent his time in household activities and daily worship of the household deities and became more involved in contemplative activities such as reading the sacred epics.
When Ramakrishna was in his teens, the family's financial position worsened. Ramkumar started a Sanskrit school in Calcutta and also served as a priest. Ramakrishna moved to Calcutta in with Ramkumar to assist in the priestly work. In Ramkumar was appointed as the priest of Dakshineswar Kali Templebuilt by Rani Rashmoni —a rich woman of Calcutta who belonged to the kaivarta community.
When Ramkumar died inRamakrishna took his place as the priest of the Kali temple. He began to look upon the image of the goddess Kali as his mother and the mother of the universe. Ramakrishna reportedly had a vision of the goddess Kali as the universal Mother, which he described as " And what I saw was an infinite shoreless sea of light; a sea that was consciousness.
However far and in whatever direction I looked, I saw shining waves, one after another, coming towards me. Ramakrishna's mother and his elder brother Rameswar decided to get Ramakrishna married, thinking that marriage would be a good steadying influence upon him—by forcing him to accept responsibility and to keep his attention on normal affairs rather than his spiritual practices and visions.
Ramakrishna himself mentioned that they could find the bride at the house of Ramchandra Mukherjee in Jayrambatithree miles to the north-west of Kamarpukur. The five-year-old bride, Saradamani Mukhopadhyaya later known as Sarada Devi was found and the marriage was duly solemnised in Ramakrishna was 23 at this point, but the age difference was typical for 19th century rural Bengal.
Sarada Devi was fourteen while Ramakrishna was thirty-two. Ramakrishna became a very influential figure in Sarada's life, and she became a strong follower of his teachings.Pang, Chaoyi, Zhang, Xiuzhen, Zhang, Yanchun and Ramamohanarao, Kotagiri () The Efficient Maintenance of Access Roles with Role Hiding.
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