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Hinduism means love, faith and intimacy with all: RSS Chief.

Reaching out the grass root level and create an atmosphere where people could rely on RSS and its ideology….

Hinduism all about love, faith and intimacy with all: Dr Mohan Bhagwat, RSS Chief.

Dr Mohan BhagwatUpendra Bharti | HENB | Lucknow | Aug 28, 2016:: The RSS chief Dr Mohan Madhukar Bhagwat on Sunday said the ideology of Hinduism is not against anyone and it is all about love, faith and intimacy with all.

“The ideology of Hinduism is not against anyone. Hindutava is not about malice or opposition, but love, faith and intimacy with all,” Bhagwat said while addressing swayamsewaks at Saraswati Shishu Mandir here.

His remarks assume significance against the backdrop of several non-BJP parties alleging that RSS had a communal agenda and was anti-Muslim.

Bhagwat said, “We work for the country. It is not about ritualism. It is based on spiritualism and truth.”

He however said, “…but remaining weak is also not Hindusim. Hindus should be made prosperous. Not bigotry, but a society where there is warmth for all is needed.”

Bhagwat said, “Society is our God. We are here to serve the society, we should not think what we will get in return. We are working for all round development of Hindu nation. But there should be no arrogance that we are working for that.”

He said no work should be done in reaction to something, adding, Lord Buddha preached about nonviolence and tolerance.

“Mahabharat yudh dharma sthapana ke liye hua tha. Bhagwan Ram aur Bhagwan Krishna ne bhi dharm ke liye hi sab kuch kiya. Therefore every worker should work with positive attitude,” he said.

The RSS chief said that swayamsewaks would do whatever is required for Hindu ‘dharma’, culture and society.

He said Sangh is an organisation of Hindu society.

“Nothing else is required to take ‘Bharat’ to the peak of glory than maintaining unity and integrity of the country. We are working for praise of Bharat Mata everywhere, but there should be no impurity of thoughts,” he said.

Earlier on Saturday on his tour at Saraswati Shishu Mandir at Nirala Nagar of Lucknow, Dr Bhagwat addressed the local Swayamsevaks (volunteers) and the Karyakartas (office bearers) on various social topics.
Dr Bhagawat mentioned that the Christian Conversion, Cow trafficking, Love Jihad matters have been decreased during this two years due to the activism of RSS workers and the establishment of new Sakhas (units). He urged more Sakhas in new areas in the coming days.
On Saturday, Bhagwat hold a review meeting with the office-bearers of five prakalps (projects) — Samajik Samrasta (Social equality), Gram Vikas (Village development), Gau Sewa (Cow protection and preservation), Parivar Prabodhan (Family interaction and Relation) and Dharma Jagran (Regeneration of Righteousness) — aimed at increasing RSS’ association with the people.
Bhagwat also reportedly asked the members to increase the number of shakhas in their respective regions, and bring to the fore swayamsevaks who had been inactive for a long time. “Service of these experienced swayamsevaks could strengthen the organisation up to the grassroot level,” said a RSS office-bearer.
On Friday, Bhagwat  asked members of the Sangh’s karya vibhags of eastern UP to reach out to blocks and villages with more young people and create an atmosphere where people could rely on RSS and its ideology. RSS Chief is now stationed at Lucknow Saraswati Sishu Mandir for his 5 days tour starting from 25th Aug to 29th Aug.
As per source, there will be a coordination meeting on 29th August in presence of Dr Bhagwat where all the sister concerns of RSS like ABVP, BMS, BKS, Seva Bharti, Sanskar Bharti, Grahak Panchayat, VHP, Bajrangdal  and even BJP are likely to participate. This meeting will be very significant in view of the coming assembly election in Uttar Pradesh.
__Input from PTI.

One comment on “Hinduism means love, faith and intimacy with all: RSS Chief.

  1. Dirgha Raj Prasai
    September 5, 2016

    Hinduism is the mother of all religions. But we in Nepal are trying to dig up a well though there already is water in our rivers. ‘OM’ is a symbol of Vedic Knowledge. Hindus, Buddhist’s Mantra. It provides a fine example of Symbolism. Symbolism is needed in all fields of human knowledge like science, religion and politics. Spoken sounds of words are expressed as Alphabets and Numbers with Symbols by writing. ‘OM’ and ‘OM Mani Padme Hum’ is a language of Sanskrit. The Gayatri Mantra is a highly revered mantra in Hinduism- is applied from Baidik period which is written in Sanskrit: ‘Om ! Bhur Bhuvah Svah ! Tat Savitur VarenyamBhargo Devasya Dheemahi Dhiyo Yo Nah Prachodayaata’= ‘Let us meditate upon the glory of Ishwar (God), Who has created this Universe, Who is fit to be worshipped, Who is the remover of all sins and ignorance. May He enlighten our intellect?’ This Gayatri Mantra is useful for all religions and human being in the world. Hindu philosophy believes in rebirth. God Krishna said- ‘The soul remains one but the body changes in accordance with age manifesting in childhood, adulthood and old age. After a body decays our soul seeks another body.’
    The RSS chief Dr Mohan Madhukar Bhagwat says- The ideology of Hinduism is not against anyone and it is all about love, faith and intimacy with all.The ideology of Hinduism is not against anyone. Hindutava is not about malice or opposition, but love, faith and intimacy with all. We work for the country. It is not about ritualism. It is based on spiritualism and truth. Hindus should be made prosperous. Not bigotry, but a society where there is warmth for all is needed Society is our God. We are here to serve the society, we should not think what we will get in return. We are working for all round development of Hindu nation. But there should be no arrogance that we are working for that. No work should be done in reaction to something, adding, Lord Buddha preached about nonviolence and tolerance’.
    Aryaputra explains- Hinduism is the third largest religion of the world after Christianity and Islam and 97 per cent of all Hindus live in three Hindu-majority countries – India, Nepal and Mauritius, according to a study. India, which accounts for majority of world’s Hindus, is also home to almost all the major religions of the world, a Pew research said Tuesday. Why the 1 (one) billion Hindus of the world have not a single Hindu Country for their own?If the 32% stake holders Christian has about 30 declared Christian Countries (157 Christian-majority nations) in this world….The 23% stake holders Muslims have 57 declared Muslim Countries….The 7% stake holders Buddhists have 8 Buddhist Countries….The 0.2% stake holders Jews have 1 Jews Country. PTI Washington Wed Dec 19 2012. http://www.deccanherald.com/content/299523/hinduism-third-largest-religion-world.html Then why not declare, Nepal as a Hindu Kingdom in all over the world?

    A cultural scholar Stephen Knapp writes-‘The ancient Hindus had highly evolved technologies in textile engineering, ceramics, printing, weaponry, climatology and meteorology, architecture, medicine and surgery, metallurgy, agriculture and agricultural engineering, civil engineering, town planning, and similar other fields is known only to a few scholars even today. There are about 44 known ancient and medieval Sanskrit texts on a technical subject such as chemistry alone. The information about the science and technological heritage of India is embedded in the scriptures, the epics and in several of the technical texts. The information needs to be taken out of these and presented. Facts like Hindus had the knowledge that the sun is the center of the solar system, about the geography of the earth, the way the plants produce food, the way blood circulates in the body, the science of abstract mathematics and numbers, the principles of health, medicine and surgery and so on at a time in history when the rest of the world did not know how to think, talk and write has to be exposed to people. This can draw the attention of these communities, especially the future generation towards ‘ideas’ that are essentially Indian.’
    ‘The character of the Hindus of the day had been described by some of those Europeans who had traveled there back in the 19th century, such as Max Muller, wherein he said: “Warren Hastings thus speaks of the Hindus in general: ‘They are gentle and benevolent, more susceptible of gratitude for kindness shown them, and less prompted to vengeance for wrongs inflicted than any people on the face of the earth; faithful, affectionate, submissive to legal authority.’ “Bishop Heber said: ‘The Hindus are brave, courteous, intelligent, most eager for knowledge and improvement; sober, industrious, dutiful parents, affectionate to their children, uniformly gentle and patient, and more easily affected by kindness and attention to their wants and feelings than any people I ever met with.’ “Sir Thomas Munro bears even stronger testimony. He writes: ‘If a good system of agriculture, unrivaled manufacturing skill, a capacity to produce whatever can contribute to either convenience or luxury, schools established in every village for teaching reading, writing, and arithmetic, the general practice of hospitality and charity amongst each other, and above all, a treatment of the female sex full of confidence, respect, and delicacy, are among the signs which denote a civilized people–then the Hindus are not inferior to the nations of Europe, and if civilization is to become an article of trade between England and India, I am convinced that England will gain by the import cargo.'”
    Besides all these considerations, Max Muller also once related: “I wished to point out that there was another sphere of intellectual activity in which the Hindu excelled–the meditative and transcendent–and that here we might learn from them some lessons of life which we ourselves are but too apt to ignore or to despise.” Finally, in what could be a conclusive statement made by a European who had spent many years living and studying the Vedic culture and Sanskrit literature of early India, Max Muller said, “If I were to look over the whole world to find out the country most richly endowed with all the wealth, power and beauty that nature can bestow–in some parts a very paradise on earth–I should point to Nepal and India. If I were asked under what sky the human mind has most fully developed some of its choicest gifts, has most deeply pondered on the greatest problems of life, and has found solutions of some of them which well deserve the attention even of those who have studied Plato and Kant–I should point to India. And if I were to ask myself from what literature we, here in Europe, we who have been nurtured almost exclusively on the thoughts of Greeks and Romans, and of one Semitic race, the Jewish, may draw that corrective which is most wanted in order to make our inner life more perfect, more comprehensive, more universal, in fact more truly human, a life not for this life only. ”
    -Dirgha Raj Prasai
    Kathmandu

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