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Stop roaming foreign countries, prepare own country for war, Shankaracharya cautioned Modi.


Modi is repeating the same mistake that former Prime Minister Jawahar Lal Nehru made in 1962.

Stopping foreign tour any more, prepare country for war to protect it from foreign enemies, Dwaraka Shankaracharya tells PM Modi.

snkaracharya_350_012314011025N Santosh | HENB | Bhopal | Sept 20, 2016::  Veteran Shankaracharya Swami Swaroopanand Saraswati of Dwarka and Sharda Peeth said on Monday Prime Minister Narendra Modi should stop “roaming here and there” and prepare people of the country for a war (with Pakistan).

The statements came a day after a terror attack on an army camp at Uri in Jammu and Kashmir killed 18 soldiers. Home minister Rajnath Singh pointed a finger at Pakistan for its “continued and direct support” to terror groups but Pakistan dismissed the accusation.

The Shankaracharya said Modi was repeating the same mistake that former Prime Minister Jawahar Lal Nehru made in 1962. Nehru’s mistake of trusting China was the main reason for the country’s humiliating defeat in the war.

“During the war with China, people gave so much money on their own to the government. Tell me, if the government needs money for a war right now, how many people will be in a position to shell out…” he said.

He said soldiers were dying on a regular basis, and what could they do when they were repeatedly told to restrain themselves if they are pelted with stones or attacked.

“Modi was roaming here and there in the world for becoming a world leader, but people here were suffering under Pakistani attacks or in many difficulties– be it farmers who were committing suicides or traders and common people who were struggling with price hike, or people and children are dying in starvation or malnutrition” he said.

The Shankaracharya also raised questions over Modi’s two years as a PM.

“What has he (Modi) done in these two years? Gau hatya (cow slaughter) has not been stopped. Ganga river still flows unclean. Corruption continues despite his saying ‘Na Khawoonga, na khaney doonga (won’t allow corruption )’. He took no initiative for Ram Temple at Ayodhya by approaching the Hindu saints. I am an optimistic person. But he is repeating the mistakes of Congress and Nehru.”

It is not the first time Shankaracharya criticised Modi. In May, he had questioned the Prime Minister’s focus on building toilets under the Swachh Bharat Abhiyan at a time the country was facing drought.

Instead of focusing on building toilets, Shankaracharya has said, the Modi government should first ensure people have drinking water.

In December last, he questioned Modi for terming “India as a country of Lord Buddha and Mahatma Gandhi” during his visit to the United Kingdom, stressing why the PM can’t say India was the land of Rama-Krishna at international forums.

Shankaracharya criticised Modi for his transformation from a Hinduwadi to a Secular politician. “He is exploiting the Hindu sentiments. Coming to power on the base of Hindu votes, Modi is disappointing the Hindus time and gain”, the Shankaracharya said.

Ayodhya temple

Swaroopanand Saraswati said political parties cannot build Ram temple at Ayodhya in election-bound Uttar Pradesh. It is the saints and religious leaders who can build the temple once the court allows, not the BJP or the Congress, he said.

Sudarshan temple in Shirdi

The Shankaracharya announced that a massive Sudarshan Temple would be constructed in Shirdi “to counter the cult of Sai” Baba.

He said the temple would be dedicated to Lord Vishnu and would have a Sudarshan chakra at its top. In October last year, he released a controversial poster showing Lord Hanuman chasing away Sai Baba. He had said Hindu sanatan dharma was being polluted by Sai Baba, adding: “in Hinduism when we want to chase away any ghost, we invoke Lord Hanuman”.

__Input from The Hindu.

6 comments on “Stop roaming foreign countries, prepare own country for war, Shankaracharya cautioned Modi.

  1. Raj Ambardar
    September 22, 2016

    I agree India needs to look inwardly for Strengths & Solutions rather than approval from other countries.


  2. Mohan Krishen Raina
    September 23, 2016

    I fully agree to the views of swami ji


  3. Sanatan Dharm and Hinduism
    September 23, 2016

    Modi as PM does not have responsibility for temple. It is your job Shankaracharya and if people like you are reason for Hindus not to be united.


    • Raj Prasad.
      September 23, 2016

      This is a National issue. PM can’t subside his responsibility to look into the matter. You must know that the construction of Somenath Temple was undertaken by the then GOI.

      If Modi and his party have no responsibilities for Ram Temple of Ayodhya, let them speak it openly. Why they delivered very big talk bout it in all the election campaign to get the power in Delhi.

      The writer in Sanatan Dharma and Hinduism is talking absurd.

      Raj Prasad.


      • Sanatan Dharm and Hinduism
        September 23, 2016

        Modi Ji never said to build Ram temple which is in UP and UP govt selected Yadav who are against ram temple for vote reasons. If people of states like Bihar, UP, Kerala, Bengal are against nationalist government and vote on caste line and religion line, what is your point here.


  4. Raj Prasad
    September 24, 2016

    Taking with some scrupulous ideas is difficult.

    Anyone can see the page no 41 of BJP’s Manifesto 2014 (Eng).

    “Ram Mandir: BJP reiterates its stand to explore all possibilities within the framework of the constitution to facilitate the construction of the Ram Temple in Ayodhya.”


    Under the Cultural Heritage caption BJP told many things….

    Cultural Heritage
    Ram Mandir: BJP reiterates its stand to explore all possibilities within the framework of the constitution to facilitate the construction of the Ram Temple in Ayodhya.

    Ram Setu: Ram Setu is a part of our cultural heritage and also of strategic importance due to its vast thorium deposits. These facts will be taken into consideration while taking any decision on ‘SethuSamudram Channel’ project.

    Ganga: River Ganga is a symbol of faith in India, and has a special place in the Indian psyche. It is Mukti dayini. In addition it is also Jivan dayini for the parts of the country it flows. People and cattle depend on it for agriculture, fodder and drinking water. Pure water of the Ganga are thus essential for the spiritual as well as physical well being of India.
    Unfortunately however, even after decades of independence, the Ganga continues to be polluted and is drying. BJP commits to ensure the cleanliness, purity and uninterrupted flow of the Ganga on priority.
    In addition, a massive ‘Clean Rivers Programme’ will be launched across the country driven by people’s participation.

    Cow and its Progeny: In view of the contribution of cow and its progeny to agriculture, socio-economic and cultural life of our country, the Department of Animal Husbandry will be suitably strengthened and empowered for the protection and promotion of cow and its progeny.
    Necessary legal framework will be created to protect and promote cow and its progeny.
    A National Cattle Development board will be set up to implement a Programme for the improvement of indigenous livestock breeds.

    Heritage Sites: We will provide appropriate resources for the maintenance and restoration of all national heritage sites, and to prevent their vandalisation in any form. The digitization of archives and archeological and museological records would be initiated. A National Mission for beautifying and improving the infrastructure and amenities at pilgrimage centres of all faiths will be launched.

    Languages: Indian Languages are repositories of our rich literature, history, culture, art and scientific achievements. Many of our dialects are important source for knowing our heritage. BJP would promote Indian languages, and put measures for the development of all Indian languages, so that they become a powerful vehicle for creating a knowledge society.

    Uniform Civil Code
    Article 44 of the constitution of India lists Uniform Civil Code as one of the Directive Principles of state policy. BJP believes that there cannot be gender equality till such time India adopts a Uniform Civil Code, which protects the rights of all women, and the BJP reiterates its stand to draft a Uniform Civil Code, drawing upon the best traditions and harmonizing them with the modern times.




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