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SRI SURYANARAYANA RAO – AN IDEOLOGY PERSONIFIED

BY V. SHANMUGANATHAN, HON'BLE GOVERNOR OF MEGHALAYA AND ARUNACHAL PRADESH Mananiya Sri. K. Suryanarayana  Rao came to Tamil Nadu in the early 70’s from Bangalore. The people of Tamil Nadu were quite impressed by his tall, well built, pleasing and majestic personality. He was a real leader with extraordinary determination. After coming to Tamil Nadu, he learnt the Tamil language and was able to read and writ ...

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Dr. Hedgewar Transformed the Hindu Society

The B.B.C. of UK in one of its Quiz programmes had posed a question “Which is the biggest non-governmental voluntary organization in the world?” Not getting suitable answers, the quiz master himself declared that “the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh, a Hindu voluntary organization working in India.” This was a few decades ago. As at present, the organization has expanded in multiple proportions and still growin ...

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Nation remembers, RSS’s 3rd Sarasanghachalak Balasaheb Deoras on his 19th Punyatithi

Nation remembers one of the greatest social reformer of post Independent India Madhukar Dattatreya Deoras, popularly called as Balasaheb Deoras, on his 19th Punyatithi today. Deoras known for his great leadership skills, who headed largest voluntary organisation RSS, at its tough times during anti-emergency movements (of 1975-78) and Ayodhya movement (of 1992), leading successfully after the demise of MS Go ...

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Tukdo ji Maharaj was involved in social reforms

New Delhi. Tukdo ji Maharaj was involved in social reforms in the rural regions of Maharashtra, including construction of roads. He wrote Gramgeeta which describes means for village development. Many of the development programs started by him have continued to work efficiently after his death. Tukdo ji Maharaj once attended a World Religions and World Peace Conference in Japan. He received spiritual initiat ...

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Dr Hedgewar sowed the seeds of eternity for RSS

Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) has dominated the social scene in all spheres of life today. Its opponents are worried over its ever increasing strength and they miss no opportunity to malign its name and fame. But in spite of all their attempts to defame the organisation, this ‘Rashtra Shakti’ is on the rise complicating their worries. On the other hand, the nationalist forces are happy and assured at th ...

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Savitribai Phule (January 3, 1831 – March 10, 1897) first female teacher of the first women’s school in India

Savitribai Phule (January 3, 1831 – March 10, 1897) was the first female teacher of the first women’s school in India and also considered as the pioneer of modern Marathi poetry. In 1852 she opened a school for girls. Savitribai Phule worked as an equal partner in the mission of uplifting the poor and oppressed people. Though, she was formerly uneducated, she was encouraged, motivated by Mahatma Jotiba Phul ...

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19 Feb- Birthday- Great Hindu King- Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj

Hindu Dharma has a glorious past of great Saints and Sages. Several Saints ascended to the state of Guru and showed the path of God realisation to many. They also taught spirituality to the society through their conduct and actions. Their mission was not just limited to spirituality but they also did substantial work for the defence of nation whenever it was in difficulties. Some of the Saints travelled all ...

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Nation remembers Madhav Sadashiv Golwalkar , popularly known as ‘Guruji’ , on his 109th Jayant

Nation remembers Madhav Sadashiv Golwalkar , popularly known as ‘Guruji’ , on his 109th Jayanti, today (Magha Bahula Ekadashi). Born on 19 February 1906, at Ramtek of Nagpur, after his M.Sc and LLB studies, became a professor for a Short period of time. Later, Guruji entered RSS. Handpicked by RSS founder Dr KB Hedgewar, Guruji became the second Sarasanghchalak of the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh in 1940, se ...

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Birthday: 06 Feb-Basanta who threw a bomb at Governor General Hardinge

Biswas, Basanta Kumar (6th Feb1895-11th May 1915) a freedom fighter of Bharat and an activist of the jugantar group. Born at Poragachha under Nadia district on 6 February 1895, Basanta Kumar Biswas was inspired by Jugantar leader Amarendranath Chattopadhyaya and Rashbehari bose. On 23 December 1912 Basanta threw a bomb at Governor General Hardinge in Delhi. Police arrested him on 26 February 1914 at Krishna ...

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Nation remembers Social Reformer, former RSS Chief Prof Rajju Bhaiyya on his 95th Jayanti

Nation today remembers the well known social reformer Prof. Rajendra Singh ji, the 4th SarSanghachalak of RSS on his 94th birth anniversary. Rajju Bhaiyya, as Prof. Rajendra Singh ji was popularly known, was born on 29th January, 1922. As the fourth SarSanghchalak, Rajju Bhaiyya remained as the RSS Chief between 1994 till 2000. He breathed his last on 14th July, 2003. Rajju Bhaiyya worked as the Professor a ...

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