G20 Presidency Coming to India is No Small Thing: RSS Chief

Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) chief Mohan Bhagwat said on Thursday that the G20 presidency is coming. India This is no ordinary thing, and the world “needs India now”. He was speaking at the closing ceremony of the ‘Sangh Shiksha Varg’ or third year officers’ training camp at the RSS headquarters here.

Bhagwat said, ‘The world needs India now. India’s name is in the global discussion and Indians are also convinced that they can lead the world.

He said, ‘It is not a normal thing for the presidency of G20 to come to India. But this is just the beginning and we have a long way to go and the whole society has to work towards making India a ‘Vishwa Guru’.

The RSS chief said that in the last 2,000 years there were many attempts for the happiness of humanity, but none of them succeeded and now the world has to turn to India.

Bhagwat said that only India can show the way to universal happiness as we always believe in the principle that the whole world is one family.

He said that Hinduism does not refer to any one way of worship.

A Hindu is every person who is traditionally a resident of India and is accountable (‘responsible’) to it, he said.

“We can live with diversity, all diversity can go together, because diversity is the many manifestations of one unity. One who understands this is a Hindu.

Bhagwat also cautioned that even today there are “evil forces and their agents” working to ensure that India disintegrates and does not progress.

He said that no country prospers and progresses only because of talent and technology.

Bhagwat said that the most important thing for the progress of the country is that the society wants the country to be great.

Talking about the beginning of the RSS, he said that the founder of the Sangh, KB Hedgewar, was involved in the freedom struggle since childhood, but later realized that the struggle for freedom could be done in many ways.

Bhagwat said that he thought that if India was to remain free forever, the society would have to be reformed and brought together.

“For eight-ten years they experimented…on what basis the society can come together. What is the thread that brings the society together… It is our culture, our devotion to our motherland, our traditions. This is Hindutva,” Bhagwat said.

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