Beyond the taboos

Beyond the taboos

Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) was found by Dr. Hedgewar in call of widespread socio-cultural contamination and poisoned rule of the British government. The humble journey from a few members to several crores of Swayamsevaks, has indeed been a bed of roses, fuming with aroma amid piercing thorns.
Every action of RSS is directed selflessly towards the service of nation. During the dark hours of wars, particularly those fought against Pakistan, Swayamsevaks were the first to donate blood for the army men, apart from arranging reliefs and other remedies. The Sangh had to come up to the political sphere in wake of the illegal Emergency imposed by the Congress in 1976-77. In company with the Dharmacharyas of the Vishwa Hindu Parishad, the RSS proclaimed nationwide condemnation of untouchability.
In the daily meetings, so-called Shakhas, the Swayamsevaks play games, chant patriotic songs, discuss various social issues, last but not the least, offer prayers to ‘BHARAT MATA’. Each one is, thus, infused with the values of nationalism.
Despite of such ardent respect for Bharat, the RSS is brutally attacked by moderates and media persons. But, the Sangh is never anti-Muslim, rather pro-Hindu. Even if the non-Hindus call for help, the RSS always comes forward willingly.
Now, is the spread of Hinduism illegal?
Does it threaten the secular fabric of our Constitution? What do you call a person who regrets to say ‘Bharat Mata ki Jai’, instead of hailing the hymn by beating his chest?
And, everything rest is optional in a democracy.
Poster Credits: Abhisek Pani

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Abhisek Pani
Pursuing B. Tech in Mechanical at College of Engineering and Technology, Bhubaneswar- a passionate painter, writer, and of course, a cricket fan.

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  1. As RSS gives it’s complete focus to SAMAJ SEVA only dats why few r able to spread negativity regarding it.

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