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RSS : Widening Horizons





Hindu Books > Organizations > RSS : Widening Horizons

RSS: The Mission

The Hindu culture is the life-breath of Hindusthan. It is therefore clear that if Hindusthan is to be protected, we should first nourish the Hindu culture.

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Preface

This little book fulfils a long-left need. The sphere of influence of Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh has been steadily expanding in every direction, especially during the last couple of decades.

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Sangh : Unique And Evergreen

A unique phenomenon in the history of Bharat in the twentieth century is the birth and unceasing growth of Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS). The Sangh's sphere of influence has been spreading far and wide, not only inside Bharat but also abroad, like th radiance of a many splendoured diamond.

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Sangh : A Dynamic Power-House

Great oaks from little acorns grow. What started as a tiny stream in an obscure corner of Nagpur in Maharashtra 68 years ago has now swollen into a mighty river engulfing the remotest villages of the country.

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Antidote To Self-Oblivion

The idea of founding the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh was conceived at a time when self-oblivion had overtaken the society. The struggle for political independence occupied the minds of people; this was but natural.

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The Founder

Keshav Baliram Hedgewar was born on Varsha Pratipada, the Hindu New Year Day, 1st April 1889, at Nagpur. Even as a child he started questioning how a handful of foreigners could for so long rule over a vast and ancient nation like Bharat.

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The Sangh Methodology

Expressed in the simplest terms, the ideal of the Sangh is to carry the nation to the pinnacle of glory, through organising the entire society and ensuring protection of Hindu Dharma.

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A Sea-Change In Hindu Psyche

People expressing doubt about the continued survival or growth of an idea like the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh were aplenty in the Twenties and later. However, such doubts have, after seven decades, given place to amazement. Such has been the phenomenal growth of the Sangh.

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Sangh-Inspired Organisations

After the advent of Independence in 1947, the centuries-long struggle for freedom gave place to the task of nation-building precisely in a literal sense.

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Sangh's March : Some Thrust-Areas

The Sangh has often been misrepresented by its detractors, political or ideological, as having political motives or as a pare-military organisation.

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Toward The Hindu Century

Not only the context of Bharat, but also the global situation re-confirms the validity of the philosophical foundation of Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh.

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Panacea : Cultural Rejuvenation

Economic ideologies governing present policies have proved to be unworkable, not merely because of implementational aberrations as frequently argued, but because of basic flaws and wrong assumptions.

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In Affirmation Of Hindutwa

"If Hindus do not maintain Hinduism, who shall save it? If India's own children do not cling to her faith, who shall guard it? India alone can save India, and India and Hinduism are one."

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Published on: 2003-02-08 (5529 reads)

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