RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat asserts that all Indians are Hindus

Asserting that there is no need for anyone to change their way of performing rituals, Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) chief Mohan Bhagwat said on Tuesday that every person living in the country is a ‘Hindu’ and that everyone has the same DNA.

During an event organised by Swayamsevaks (Sangh volunteers) in Ambikapur, the district headquarters of Chhattisgarh, he emphasised that unity in diversity is an integral part of India and Hindutva is the only philosophy that emphasises the inclusion of everyone.

We have been telling people in India since 1925 (when RSS was founded) that everyone in India is a Hindu. Hindus are those who regard India as their “matrubhoomi” (motherland) and strive towards living with a culture of unity in diversity, regardless of their religion, culture, language and eating habits or ideology.” Bhagwat stated.

The Hindutva ideology recognises the diversity and emphasises unity among people.

“Hindutva is the only idea in the entire world that believes in unifying diversities because it has unified such diversities in this country for thousands of years.” You must speak the truth with firmness. We can be united based on it. It is the Sangh’s responsibility to build national character and bring unity among the people,” stated the RSS leader.

According to him, all Indians share the same DNA and are descended from the same people.

Despite our differences, we are all like one…we trace our roots back to the same ancestor. There is a common DNA in every Indian who belongs to the 40,000-year-old Akhand Bharat. According to our ancestors, everyone should follow their faith and rituals without trying to convert others. According to Bhagwat, all paths lead to the same destination.

According to the RSS leader, all religious faiths and rituals should be respected.

The faith and rituals of everyone should be respected. You should accept everyone and walk your path. It is essential to fulfilling your wishes, but at the same time, do not be so selfish as not to consider the wellbeing of others.

It was a united effort by the entire country to combat the Coronavirus pandemic, according to Bhagwat.

It is our culture that connects us. We become united in times of crisis, regardless of how much we disagree. When the country is faced with difficulties, we fight together. During the coronavirus pandemic, he said the nation stood as one to deal with it.

In an appeal for people to visit the Sangh’s ‘sakhas’ (congregations of RSS workers), he stated that the 97-year-old organisation aims to unite people and make societies influential while walking the path of truth.

You should not observe the Sangh from a distance as a spectator. Work for the welfare of the country and society using your personality. To live such a life, Bhagwat urged devotees to become swayamsevaks.

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