(Laura Glenn) She heard Swami Vivekananda's lecture in NY probably in March 1895. And became better acquainted with him in 1896, and 1899 when he was in NY.
She spent almost 2 years under the guidance of Ramakrishnananda at Madras. She also had close contact with Sarada Devi, Swami Brahmananda and other disciples of Sri Ramakrishna.
When Swami Paramananda founded the Vedanta Centre of Boston, she became the first disciple. She helped edit Swami Vivekananda's lectures. She wrote 'Days in an Indian Monastary.'
She passed away in 1942 in her 80's.
Reminiscenes of Swami Vivekananda by Sister Devamata
Prabuddha Bharata article on Sister Devamata's reminiscences of Swami Vivekananda
- www.vivekananda.net edited by Frank Parlato Jr.