Sri Ramakrishna viewed the objectives of all religions to be the same-describe.
Sri Ramakrishna was a 19th century Indian saint and mystic who believed in the unity of all religions. He considered that all religions lead to the same ultimate goal, which is the realization of God. According to him, different religions are like different paths that lead to the same destination. He used to say that just as water can be drawn from different wells but it is the same water, similarly, God can be realized through different religions, but it is the same God.
Sri Ramakrishna believed that religious diversity is necessary because people have different temperaments and preferences. He often used parables to explain this, such as comparing different religions to different flowers in a garden that all contribute to its beauty. He also emphasized the importance of experiencing God directly rather than just reading about or hearing about it.
Sri Ramakrishna’s teachings influenced the formation of the Ramakrishna Mission and the Vedanta Society, which aimed to spread his message of religious harmony and service to humanity. His views on the unity of religions continue to inspire people of different faiths and cultures to seek common ground and work towards a more peaceful and harmonious world.