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    A Temple for Bharat – Ram Mandir is not a mere temple, it is the symbol of our cultural heritage

    Dr. Manmohan Vaidya Sah Sarkaryavah, RSS Ayodhya, the birthplace of Lord Rama, is raring to turn the pages of history and usher a new chapter in its saga with the construction of a grand Shri Ram Temple slated to commence on August 5. The chronicle of this festival will be inscribed in golden letters in the cultural history of Bharat. Not a mere block of concrete and stones, this temple is the symbol of fai ...

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    The word ‘nationalism’ featured neither in Bharatiya vocabulary nor in Bharatiya consciousness

    Bharatiya consciousness holds a ‘national’ (Rashtriya) sentiment, not ‘nationalistic’ (Rashtrawadi). Dr. Manmohan Vaidya Bharat and the entire world are witnessing the metamorphosis of Bharat. Fundamental changes brought about in the foreign, defence and economic policies of the country have made this possible. Amendments in the defence and foreign policies have instilled renewed vigour among Bharatiya defe ...

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    It’s time for Bharat to shape the new world order

    Dr. Manmohan Vaidya Now that everything has come to a standstill, and the whole world is worried about the new paradigm, can Bharat step up to pacify and reassure the world? The answer is yes. Everything, except for the movement of the Earth has come to a standstill due to the coronavirus pandemic. There is no buzz of jet planes overhead, trains are not running, cars are not clogging the arterial roads and ...

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    Article 370 – Under its cover, Pak-sponsored terrorism and separatist forces were fostered

    Article 370 went against the idea of Bharat  Under its cover, Pak-sponsored terrorism and separatist forces were fostered. Government of Bharat’s decision to amend Article 370 and remove 35A, combined with the bifurcation of Jammu and Kashmir (J&K) state into two union territories has surprised, baffled and shocked many. During the debate in Parliament the Opposition parties argued that this move was un ...

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    “First of all, We will have to become what We actually are”

    Bharat’s identity is intrinsically tied with the eternal philosophy of Hindutva For ages, Bharat has offered a unique view of life because it is based on spirituality. Bharat believes that Truth can have various forms, names and paths to reach it. Though diverse, all these paths are equal. Bharat sees unity in diversity and has a capacity to establish unity amongst such expansive variety. It doesn’t see div ...

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    RSS and Politics

    The RSS since its inception has thought of itself as an organisation of the entire society and not as an organisation in the society. This stance of RSS has not changed even after our independence from the shackles of British rule. Hence in the constitution of RSS, written soon after independence, in 1949, it is clearly articulated that should a Swayamsevaks choose to enter politics, he is free to join any ...

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    Gandhiji and RSS

    The poll bugle has been sounded, and political leaders are busy in delivering campaign speeches as per the culture and tradition of their respective parties. In one of such speeches, the leader of a party proclaimed that the vote this time around would be a choice between Gandhi and Godse. Those who follow Gandhian ideology pay special attention to their utterances and never take the name of Godse. I have p ...

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    Why Hindutva gets traction and Communism doesn’t

    A young girl from a family known to me worked with the Jaipur Literature Festival this year as a volunteer. She mentioned to me that while the Leftist influence was quite evident in the selection of topics as well as speakers - this did not surprise me. However, she also narrated a conversation she had with her team leader. The team leader was a self-proclaimed left activist. In some conversation, the team ...

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    Somnath and Ayodhya – Reinstating Bharat’s Pride

    The apex court of India has ruled that a mosque is not an integral part of Islam – namaz need not be offered exclusively in a masjid, it can be offered anywhere, even in an open field. This begs the question - when Mughal conqueror Babar sought to build a mosque in 1528, why did he feel the need to destroy a temple in order to build it when it could easily have been built elsewhere? Even Islamic scholars ho ...

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    Ram Mandir is a symbol of National Pride

    Though the nature of land dispute in Ram Mandir issue at Ayodhya and that of Somnath Temple is totally different, the Supreme Court’s decision to not speed up the Ram Mandir case reminded me of a debate that took place in 1948 about the reconstruction of Somnath Mandir – another temple destroyed by Islamic invaders. This debate, between K.M. Munshi and Pandit Nehru, has been recorded by Dr. Munshi in his mo ...

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