'Our life should be dedicated to the country', Mohan Bhagwat said - the world looks toward India

'Our life should be dedicated to the country', Mohan Bhagwat said - the world looks toward India

Mumbai: Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) chief Mohan Bhagwat has given a big statement. We may look different, the RSS chief said during the 'Utkrisht Bharat' program in Nagpur. We can eat different things. But there is unity in existence. We have to move forward in such a way that the world can learn from India. In his address, he said that take a pledge to work for society and the country. We will go to the gallows for the country. We will work for the country. We will sing songs for India. He clearly said that life should be dedicated to India.

Mohan Bhagwat further said that the world appreciates the way India embraces diversity. Along with this, in his address, he said that when it comes to assimilating diversity effectively, the world looks to India. The world is full of contradictions but only India has the skill to deal with conflict. Bhagwat said that there have been many historical events, which were never told to us nor were they ever taught properly. He said that for example, the place from where the grammar of Sanskrit originated is not in India. Have we ever asked the question why?

The RSS chief said that this happened mainly because firstly we forgot our wisdom and knowledge and later our land was occupied by foreign invaders who came mainly from the North West region. We unnecessarily give importance to caste and other similar systems. He said that the system created for work was used to create differences between people and communities. He said that there are minor differences in our language, dress, and culture but we have to make sense to see the bigger picture and not get stuck on these things. The RSS chief said that all languages ​​in the country are national languages, all people of different castes are mine, and we need to show such love.

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