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Hindutva inspired Cameron gains victory to form Govt in UK.

Britain needs to take inspiration from Hinduism: David Cameron

sam-cam-pa_2723124a (1)Kounteya Sinha |  TNN | London | May 5, 2015::  One of London’s most famous Hindu temples has been accorded the same status as two of Britain’s most iconic tourist draws – the Stonehenge and the Big Ben.

With just two days to go before Britain goes into polls, prime minister David Cameron is going all out to appease the Indian Hinducommunity in UK by saying that the Swaminarayan temple at Neasden is “a great British landmark” having the same stature as Stonehenge, the Angel of the North and Big Ben.

During one of his campaigning trips, Cameron who has travelled to India thrice after taking over office in 2010 promised to visit the Akshardham temple in Delhi if he returns to 10 Downing Street as prime minister for the second term.

Cameron also said that Britain needs to take inspiration from Hinduism if it wants to become better.

Cameron has earlier called Britain’s relationship with India “the great partnership of the 21st century” and said UK can learn from the epic text Ramayana which is relevant even more in modern times.

“When I look at the Ramayana and my understanding of the Hindu religion, there’s so much that you have to say about the importance of family, about the importance of community, about the importance of voluntary service – these are all the values that our country needs more of. So, as you celebrate your values, let’s make them our values, and let’s have more of them in Britain,” he said.

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Cameron said during the temple visit “I want to welcome prime minister Narendra Modi to Britain at the earliest opportunity and yes – I met him in Brisbane, I was proud to be one of the first leaders to congratulate him and I know how pleased you are to see a dynamic PM taking India forwards.

He added “But for me what stands out most is this: the British Hindu values. I think of one of the Hindu goals of life, dharma – duty and right conduct. I see it around the country – in the fundraising you do for charities, like the Nepal Earthquake Appeal, which you’ve already responded to in such a big way in the work you do as doctors, teachers, police, throughout our public services in your communities – always looking out for one another, always putting family first in our government. That’s something we can heed in Government and throughout public life”.

It was Cameron’s third visit to the Swaminarayan Mandir in North West London.

“I go around the country, I see our iconic buildings and statues Stonehenge, the Angel of the North, Big Ben and I’ll tell you what – Neasden Mandir is one of them – one of our great British landmarks. The first traditional Hindu temple built in Europe wasn’t in Germany, or France, or Spain it was here in Britain – right here in Neasden – and I’m so proud of that. I think of everything that went into creating it the 3000 tonnes of Bulgarian limestone, the 1200 tonnes of Italian marble, the 1500 sculptors in India, the countless hours of volunteering by young and old. It really was a labour of love – and it really is a thing of beauty, a marvel,” Cameron said.

Courtesy: TOI | Telegraph UK | The Guardian.

2 comments on “Hindutva inspired Cameron gains victory to form Govt in UK.

  1. Dirgha Raj Prasai
    May 8, 2015

    The reality is that the Hindus’ mind is universal, nonsectarian, non-religious, scientific, exploratory, methodical, sacred, logical, investigative, intuitive, objective and inclusive. It is with this kind of mindset, one can live in peace, wipe out terrorism, root out sectarian dogmas, value the human life, respect the dignity of individuals, practice non-violence, tolerate differences, value the freedom of expression, advocate the pluralistic believes, uphold the liberty for all, refrain from terror, abstain from destroying other civilizations, and live in peaceful coexistence. The fact is that there’s no part of life that doesn’t contain its lessons. If we are alive, that means there are still lessons to be learned.

    Vedic Hindu ancient religion is the devotee of Panchadev (the five Gods). ‘OM’ is the follower of Vedic Hindu Panchadev. A suffering man will remember one of the Pachayan Devs (the five Gods). Panchayan means- it is compulsory to worship the Gods Ganesha, Devi, Surya, Shiva and Bishnu. If one of them is discriminated while carrying out the ritual of worship then the worship will not be complete. However, some Hindu communities have developed their own definition which has created controversy in the ancient Hindu beliefs. We are all the same. We Hindus and Buddhists do not want to invite controversy and dispute. Nepal is stable as a Hindu and Buddhist nation. Our respect to our compatriot is based on the ancient Vedic Hindu religion. Our concern and that of Buddhists’ corresponds to each other. Goddess Kali is worshipped by all Hindus as a manifestation of Shakti – the fierce destroyer of all evil. Her peaceful manifestation is Goddess Durga. Like God and Goddess, Cow is known as a shrine for all Hindus and the Buddhists.

    The cow was venerated as the mother goddess in the early Mediterranean civilizations. The cow became important in Nepal & India, first in the Vedic period (1500 – 900 BCE). The lord Bhishma also observes that the cow acts as a surrogate mother by providing milk to human beings for the whole life. The cow is truly the mother of the world. Cows as Gifts of all gifts, the cow is still considered the highest in rural Nepal, India and the Hindu world. So the holy animal- ‘COW’ has declared a National animal in Nepal.

    Scholar Max Mucller has written in his book- ‘India-What Can it teach us’-‘ Sanskrit no doubt has an immense advantage over all other ancient language of the East. In a certain Sense we are still speaking and thinking Sanskrit or more correctly Sanskrit is like a dear aunt to use and she takes the place of a mother who is no more. Let us take a brief look at additional evidence to help verify the ides that Sanskrit was the original language of the world, and that it is connected with numerous countries and cultures. Latin and Persian are dialects of Sanskrit. Greek has borrowed a lot from Sanskrit. French & English are full Sanskrit words, roots and speech forms. An American Scholar Dr Hiro Badlani writes in his book-‘Hinduism: Path of the Ancient Wisdom’- ‘The word Veda originate from the root Vid, which means ‘to know’. The Veda scriptures are considered to be the divine knowledge perceived by the ancient sages, Rishis. The great truth which is remains unchanged even today. Hinduism is a vastly liberal religion. It openly and fervently uncurious and tolerates differences of opinion, use of discretion, and interpretation based on one’s own circumstances and perception. In Hindu philosophy, ‘Consciousness’ is considered as a Divine Awareness’ behind all the activity.’
    Henry David Thoreau, American Thinker & Author writes- ‘Whenever I have read any part of the Vedas, I have felt that some unearthly and unknown light illuminated me. In the great teaching of the Vedas, there is no touch of sectarianism. It is of all ages, climbs, and nationalities and is the royal road for the attainment of the Great Knowledge. When I read it, I feel that I am under the spangled heavens of a summer night.’ Mark Twain had expressed- ‘Land of religions, cradle of human race, birthplace of human speech, grandmother of legend, great grandmother of tradition. The land that all men desire to see and having seen once even by a glimpse, would not give that glimpse for the shows of the rest of the globe combined.’
    Thank you!
    Dirgha Raj Prasai
    Kathmandu

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  2. Neeti4Nation
    May 8, 2015

    Reblogged this on Neeti4Nation and commented:
    Time has come to HAIL HINDUTVA for Global Peace and Order!

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