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Big Lie Of History: Gandhi’s Murderer Godse Was With RSS When He Killed Him

In his own words, Mahatma Gandhi’s assassin separated himself and his crime from the RSS. He did not do so alone, even the government approver, Digambar Badge, who was pardoned and corroborated the government's version didn’t point a finger at the RSS. There is little motivation for Godse to have parked himself with the HMS and not the RSS. At the time of this testimony, Godse was a dead man walking; his fa ...

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Kerala’s missing 17: How a complex web of conversion and radicalization led them out of India

“Nimisha was a simple girl who used to love wearing salwar kameez,” says Bindu, as she explains the events which shook her family and have sent shock waves across Kerala. “When she came to tell us in November 2015 that she was in love with a man named Isa from Palakkad, she came in a burqa. My daughter is missing now, and newspapers say she has joined the Islamic State. Will the police help us?” she asks, a ...

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Clearing Misconceptions About RSS

Many people criticise Hindus for not having a proper sense of charity and not helping their own less fortunate brothers and sisters. Caste and untouchability are often cited as proof. This excuse is used for people to fund non-Hindu or foreign-based charities in India. Such individuals fail to note that India has the largest volunteer service organisation in the world, the RSS (Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh), ...

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Nothing anti-India should be tolerated – Dr. Manmohan Vaidya

An interview of Dr. Manmohan Vaidya to Economic Times. Opposition parties are increasingly targeting the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS), which is the ideological mothership of the Sangh Parivar. Inside and outside Parliament, the Congress and the Left have squarely blamed the RSS for many of the controversies - including the suicide of Dalit scholar Rohith Vemula and the standoff in the Jawaharlal Nehru ...

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Strengthening the weakest link will lead the nation to development – Dr. Mohan Bhagwat

Deendayal ji was a reluctant politician. By nature, he was a thinker and organiser. Still, when he was told to take the responsibility of Bharatiya Jan Sangh, he tried his best to transform the nature of Bharatiya politics with his golden touch. This 25th September marks the beginning of his birth centenary year. On this occasion, RSS Sarsanghachalak Mohan Bhagwat had a frank conversation with Prafulla Ketk ...

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Integral Humanism of Deendayal Upadhyaya

It is a testament to Deendayal Upadhyaya’s foresight that much of what he suggested fifty years ago may seem unsurprising to many since it is now part of the established discourse of Hindutva. His four lectures on Integral Humanism sought to examine existing socio-political and economic ideas and systems and posit an alternative mode of living based on the traditions of Sanatana Dharma. In some ways, his en ...

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Indian Census 2011 – Alarming Signs

The Hindu population is now officially below 80% nationally as per the census. If we consider the undeclared Christian population to it, ( those who enjoy Hindu reservation benefits but practise Christianity), the numbers would be further lower to this. For those wondering why a reduced Hindu population should be a matter of concern, recall the words of Dr.Annie Beasant.... In 4 states, Muslim population ha ...

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Bombs and missiles on the one hand with veena and Gita on the other

We have often asked ourselves and others why India in its several thousand years of history has rarely tried to expand its territories or to assume a dominant role. Many of the experts and others with whom we had dialogue referred to some special features in the Indian psyche which could partly explain their greater tolerance, less discipline, the lack of sense of retaliation, more flexibility in accepting ...

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Revival of Rashtriya Utsavs – The Antidote for Commercialization of Culture

From the Vedic period to contemporary history, we find great seers and scholars articulating the fact about how and why this is one nation. However, in his maiden speech on Independence Day 1947, Pt.Nehru said India i.e. Bharat is a Nation in the making. By this he meant that we have not been One nation in the past. This has been the policy since then. Nehru’s own contemporaries like Sri Aurobindo & Sri ...

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Yoga is not just exercise or Therapy, It’s a way of life based on Ekatmata

At the suggestion of the Prime Minister of Bharat to United Nations, 21 June is adopted as the International Day of Yoga. Generally for people Yoga means asanas and pranayama which are done to keep the body fit. But Yoga is not just some exercise or Therapy. It is a way of life based on Ekatmata - Oneness of existence. Existence is interconnected, interrelated and interdependent as it is expression of one C ...

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