India has to live for the welfare of the world, not its selfishness: Dr. Mohan Bhagwat
Bhopal. Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh’s Sarsanghchalak Dr. Mohan Bhagwat said that the purpose of existence of our country is to give religion to the world. Our nation was born out of the tenacity of the sages who wished for the welfare of the world. Swami Vivekananda told that India has to live not for its selfishness but for the world. It is the responsibility of the Hindus living abroad to give the goodness of Indian culture to the people there.
Sarsanghchalak Dr. Bhagwat was addressing the closing ceremony of Vishwa Sangh Shiksha Varg held in Bhopal on Saturday evening. He said that Maharishi Aurobindo had said that it is God’s wish that Sanatan Dharma should be uplifted. This is what Vasudev has told me in the Cellular Jail. The pre-condition for the rise of Sanatan Dharma is the upliftment of Hindu Rashtra i.e. Hindustan. When Maharishi Aurobindo said this, no one knew that the Sangh was about to be established and the swayamsevaks would go to different countries and work there for the expansion of Hindu culture.
Dr. Bhagwat said that our religion is life nation. We have found the truth that unites all. The whole world is one, so it is our religion to reach the idea of real happiness in all the countries. That’s why the sages ordered us that the whole world should get the education of human life from us, this should be our life.
The Sarsanghchalak told that Dr. Keshav Baliram Hedgewar was looking after the responsibility of organizing the Congress session held in Nagpur five years before the establishment of the Sangh. Mahatma Gandhi presided over the session. Then Dr. Hedgewar made two proposals. One-cow slaughter captive. Two- The Congress should declare complete independence of India as its goal. In the same it should also be declared that independent India will free the countries of the world from the clutches of capital. This view/view of Dr. Saheb was broad.
He told that the first such education class of the World Department was held in Bangalore in 1992. At that time, the convener of the World Department, Laxman Rao Bhide, had said in the inaugural address that the work of the Sangh has to be taken forward by this young generation. The branch system of Sangh makes man virtuous, it has been proved. The Sarsanghchalak said that inspired by the Hindu Swayamsevak Sangh, people of many countries have started their efforts to awaken their society by this method. He said that where the citizens of India are living, they are serving that country.
Dr. Neerja Gupta, Vice Chancellor of Sanchi University presided over the program. He said that we Indians spread our culture like a banyan tree. Wherever we live but do not leave our roots. He said that today it is necessary that we understand our culture and know its values. Our culture is very strong.
Alka Tai Inamdar, the All India Co-Sarkarivahika of the Rashtriya Sevika Samiti, Satish ji, and the Sanghchalak of the Central India Province, Ashok Pandey were present on the stage in the ceremony.
Physical performance by the learners
In the manifest program (closing ceremony), volunteers and maids performed collective equanimity, exercise yoga, danda yoga, sitting yoga, dhwaja yoga, yashti (used in Kallari warfare science), group song and various compositions of Ghosh under physical education. did. On this occasion, learners from different countries also narrated their experiences.
It is noteworthy that volunteers of various organizations working for Hindu culture around the world and education classes of Matrishakti were running in Bhopal for the last few days. About 60 participants from 15 countries received training in the men’s education section. At the same time, 31 maids from 13 countries received training in the World Committee Education class (2nd year). Uttamchand Israni Smriti Nyas actively participated in organizing both these classes.