RSS Chief Mohan Bhagwat on Sunday urged upon the believers of Hinduism to get united against evil forces as Hinduism is a necessity for bringing balance in the world.
Without uttering a single word against any religion, nation or political party Bhagwat said, “There is a vast difference between believing in Hinduism and being Hindu by religion and today the disturbed Western world is eagerly waiting with expectations towards India’s Hinduism and its philosophy which has its roots deep in ‘Sanatan Dharma’ and shall revive their society out of the curse. So to fulfil their expectations Hinduism has become more important today.”
As part of his four-day Tripura visit, Bhagwat addressed a mammoth rally of Hindu saints and believers at the Swami Vivekananda Stadium. He asked the believers of Hinduism to unite against the evil forces.
According to him the best part of Hinduism, which earlier had its followers spread across from Afghanistan to Burma, is that it does not endorse any mechanism of conversion and thus is not a threat to any religion.
Addressing Hindu Malaima which mean Hindu union fair, Bhagwat said that at present Pakistan where the relics of Mohenjo-daro a part of the Indus Valley civilization reveals the early practices and beliefs that shaped Hinduism.
The RSS chief viewed that in the multi-religious and multi-cultural Indian society every citizen has the right to practice their own religion provided that they are devoted towards their motherland.
Bhagwat avoided the issue of ‘Gau Rakshak’ but spoke about the multi-utility and importance of the cow in any society and why it needs to be protected.
He stated RSS only urges the people to devote time and daily practice the Hindu way of life that believes in humanism and nationalism above all but is misinterpreted as a fundamentalist religious group.