- ‘Our ancestors made many sacrifices’
- ‘India has the potential to become a world guru’
Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) Sir Sanghchalak Mohan Bhagwat said in a program in Himachal Pradesh’s Dharamsala on Saturday that the DNA of all the people of India is the same since the last 40 thousand years ago. He said that our ancestors have made many sacrifices. has given up. That’s why our culture is still alive today. Our country is flourishing. We follow our ancestors. So our allegiance is also towards them.
RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat in Dharamsala said that the media tells the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) to be a remote control of the government, but this is not true at all. Along with this, he said that India is not a world power, but certainly has the potential to become a world guru after the pandemic.
#WATCH , For over 40,000 years DNA of all people in India has been the same…I am not faffing,” said RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat at an event in Dharamshala, Himachal Pradesh (18.12) pic.twitter.com/cAtY12oe5i
— ANI (@ANI) December 19, 2021
‘RSS government does not have remote control’
While addressing the ex-servicemen here, Bhagwat said that it is true that some of our workers are part of the government, but the media presents us as the remote control of the government. There is no truth in this at all. This is untrue. The government does not give any assurance to our volunteers. People ask us what do we get from the government. So let me tell such people that whatever we have, we may have to lose it.
‘The whole world is looking towards India’
Regarding ancient Indian practices in medicine, Mohan Bhagwat said that our traditional Indian remedies were Kara, Kwatha. But now the whole world is looking towards India and wants to follow the Indian model. Our country may not become a world power, but it can certainly be a world guru.
Bhagwat may meet Dalai Lama
During the program, Mohan Bhagwat observed a minute’s silence in the memory of all the 14 people, including CDS Bipin Rawat, who lost their lives in a helicopter crash in Coonoor, Tamil Nadu. He said that the undivided land of India lost many battles to foreign invaders over the centuries because the people were not united. Quoting social reformer BR Ambedkar, Bhagwat said that we never lose by someone’s strength, but by our weaknesses. According to the agency, Bhagwat is on a five-day visit to Himachal Pradesh where he is likely to meet Tibetan spiritual leader Dalai Lama.
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