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Hindu is someone who sees unity in all human diversity : Dr Mohan Bhagwat

Emphasising that Indic tradition was, is and will always be relevant to the world, Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh Sarasanghchalak Mohan Bhagwat on Friday called upon Hindu society to arise in unison.Addressing the inaugural ceremony of the three-day World Hindu Congress, 2014 in New Delhi, Bhagwat said, “The world always needs Hindu thought or Indic tradition. It is the responsibility of Hindus to teach and guide the world.”



Explaining the word ‘Hindu’, the RSS Sarasanghchalak said, “Hindu is someone who sees unity in all human diversity.”Evoking Swami Vivekananda’s message — ‘Arise, awake and not stop till the goal is reached’ — Bhagwat said, “Hindus must get organised. Let’s arise in unison as Hindu society.”Mohan Bhagwat said, “Let’s awake to the plight and achievement of the Hindus world over. Let’s extend our helping hand everywhere.”

The RSS chief said, “It’s time, the Hindus start works in all walks of life, be it in academia, media, economics or politics.”In his speech, Bhagwat emphasised that leadership based on Hindu values and tradition is essential for the world. “Let’s provide the world such leadership. Let’s demonstrate it collectively as that of the Hindus,” he said.

Addressing the World Hindu Congress, Tibetan spiritual leader the Dalai Lama said there is a need to remember the ‘sameness of humanity’.“Sense of oneness needed among human beings‎. Mutual respect is the basis of harmony,” he said.

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The Tibetan spiritual leader said, “The relation between Buddhism and Hinduism is deep. ‎I also see myself as a good Hindu.”Vishva Hindu Parishad’s chief patron Ashok Singhal said, “It’s time to create a Hindu mahashakti (super power) in the world. It’s time for an indomitable Hinduism for the welfare of the entire world.”

Referring to Narendra Modi’s landslide victory in the 2014 Lok Sabha election, Singhal said power had returned to a ‘Hindu swabhimani’ in Delhi after 800 years.“Eight hundred years after the power at Delhi went away form Prithviraj Chauhan, it did not come into the hands of a proud Hindu. It has happened after 800 years,” he said.

The theme of World Hindu Congress, organised by World Hindu Foundation, is envisioned on the principle of ‘Sangachchhadhwam Samvadadhwam‘ (Step Together, Express Together).Around 1,500 delegates from over 40 different countries of the world are participating in the event.

A statement by the organisers of the conclave reads:

“The World Hindu Congress aims to take the movement for Hindu solidarity to the next level and this task needs to be undertaken with a single minded focus of rebuilding the spiritual and material heritage of Hindus.”

The three-day conclave will see deliberation on several subjects relevant to Hindu society. There is a Hindu Educational Conference on the theme of Creating and Networking Educational Resources for Civilisational Re-emergence. Besides, there will be a Hindu Youth Conference on the theme ‘Together Towards Tomorrow’, a Hindu Media Conference on the theme ‘Truth is Supreme’ and a Hindu Women Conference on the theme of ‘Increasing the Role of Women in Hindu Resurgence’.

The delegates of the conclave include those committed to working for Hindu rise and resurgence. They include parliamentarians, legislators, academicians, scientists, educationists, industrialists, bankers, economists, journalists, youth leaders and leaders of Hindu organisations.

Source :Niticentral
Photo courtesy : Indian Express

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