Phalgun Shukla 8, Vik.Samvat 2072. Yugabda 5117: March 16, 2016

15. BHARAT SUCCESSFULLY TESTS FIRES AGNI-I AT ABDUL KALAM ISLAND 16. OBITUARY: Senior RSS pracharak Shri Suryakrishna ji passed away

ABPS 2016: Resolutions

1. Need for effective health care and easy access to affordable medical services

2. Accessible, affordable and quality education for all

3. Practice Samarasata in day to day life

1. festivals: Thousands of devotees made beelines to Shiva temples across western Odisha on the occasion of Maha Shivaratri on 7th March.

With Shaivism flourishing in the region due to the rule of Chauhan dynasty in the region, Shiva temples dot the landscape. In the undivided district of Sambalpur, a large number of Shiva temples were built during the Chauhan rule. Prominent among them are Asta Sambhu Pitha comprising Bimaleswar in Huma, Kedarnath in Ambabhona, Vishwanath in Deogaon etc. These temples though small in height are of great artistic beauty. The presiding deity Bimaleswar of leaning temple of Huma is the chief among the Asta Sambhus and continues to raise curiosity due to its architectural marvel of leaning temple.

In most of the temples 'Khichidi Bhog' is offered to the Lord and distributed among the devotees while many other keep fast. -goTop


2. ACCELERATE PROCESS TO STRENGTHEN PEOPLE'S CONFIDENCE: RSS: The recent anti-national outbursts in country's premier institutions, indiscriminate and mindless violence in the name of reservation in Gujarat and Haryana, repeated attacks on security forces and communal frenzy over petty incidents notwithstanding, the change in the political sphere has instilled a new confidence in the people of Bharat and Bharatiyas living abroad. Their expectations have increased with the atmosphere of confidence that was developed. Therefore, those in power are expected to accelerate the process that has paved the way for this new-found confidence and make it more pronounced.

Setting this tone on the contemporary national scenario, in the annual report presented to the three-day Akhil Bharatiya Pratinidhi Sabha (ABPS - the highest decision-making body of the RSS) meeting held at Nagaur - Rajasthan from 11-13 March; Sarkaryawah Suresh alias Bhayyaji Joshi expressed serious concern over the issues related to temple entry for members of fair sex, attacks on security forces, growing communal frenzy and university campuses becoming hotbeds of anti-national activities in the recent past.

The annual meeting attended by elected representatives of RSS from all over the country besides the all Bharat office-bearers of RSS Kendriya Karyakarini and RSS inspired organisations was formally inaugurated by RSS Sarsanghchalak Dr Mohanrao Bhagwat and Sarkaryawah Suresh alias Bhayyaji Joshi.

Giving vent to his concerns over the 'use' of universities for breeding anti-Bharat activities, the RSS Sarkaryawah in his report said that when the renowned and premier institutions and universities generate people raising slogans calling for breaking of and destroying the nation, it naturally becomes a matter of grave concern for all the patriotic people. The report also referred to the violent agitations in Gujarat and Haryana in the name of reservation and observed that these agitations are not only a challenge to the administration but also weaken the social harmony and erode trust.

Taking a very serious view of the attacks on security forces, Pathankot Airbase attack being the latest, the RSS report said that these frequent attacks have become a big challenge to our security arrangements. However, the RSS praised the security forces for repulsing these attacks with valiant fight. The report after paying homage to karyakaeras and prominent personalities from society who passed away during the last year traced various achievements of RSS activities throughout Bharat. Sarsahghachalak ji Dr Mohan Bhagwat toured all the 11 Kshetras where Baithak of important sanghy Karyakartas and five ‘Gatividhis namely gauseva, dharmajagaran, kutumb prabodhan, gramvikas and Samarasta were held. He also had personal meetings with more than 60 prominent persons and dignitaries. Prominent among them are Hon. President Shri Pranav Mukharjee, Saint Devsingh Adwaiti of Valmiki Samaj, Shri Chandra Swami of Udasin sect. He also had meetings with industrialists Shri Venkat Krishnamurthy of G.V.K. group, Shri Venu Srinivasan of T.V.S. motors and media barons like Shrimati Shobhana Bhartiya of Hindustan Times, Shri Arun Puri of Aajtak,

A Shrung Shibir 'Swaranjali' was held in Bengaluru from 7-10 January where a total of 1993 shrung vasaks took part. Prachar vibhag organized special programs like Column writers meet, Workshop for Social media etc.

Seva Vibhag conducts 1,52,388 activities are conducted by the various trusts and organizations run by Swayamsevaks in various states. Current Sewa Karyas category wise are Education - 81,278, Health - 22,471, Social - 26,388, Self reliance - 21,981.

A three day 'Gram Sangam' organised at  'Prashanti Kutiram' on 12-14 June 2015 aimed at creative interaction between karyakartas active in the field of 'Samagra Gram Vikas' [Total village development]. 1819 people participated from 673 villages of 13 districts in the 'Gram Sangam'.

A mammoth gathering of over 80,000 swayamsevaks in uniform, 'Shivshakti Sangam', was organized on 3 January 2016 in the august presence of P. P. Sarsanghachalak Ma. Mohan ji Bhagwat. -goTop


3. WE SHOULD TAKE PRIDE IN OUR HERITAGE: MODI Inaugurating the three-day World Culture Festival on 11th March, Prime Minister Narendra Modi heaped praise on Sri Sri Ravi Shankar saying he had "introduced" Bharat to the world.

"India has the cultural heritage and richness which the whole world is looking for.We can fulfil those needs... But it can only happen, if we take pride in our heritage," he said while praising Ravi Shankar's efforts.

He lauded Sri Sri for spreading his message to more than 155 countries and representing Bharatiya culture on a world stage. Through Art of Living the world has got to know about Bharat, he added. -goTop


4. WORLD CULTURE FESTIVAL CONCLUDES ON A SUCCESSFUL NOTE: Sri Sri Ravishankar's World Culture Festival organized by the Art of Living Foundation concluded on a successful note on 13th March. On 11th March, Prime Minister Narendra Modi was the chief guest at the inaugural function, attended by thousands of people who came from all over the world.

Leaders across the world hailed Art of Living (AoL) and its founder Sri Sri Ravi Shankar for holding the World Culture Festival and invited him to their countries. British Prime Minister David Cameron invited Ravi Shankar to address the House of Commons, the lower house of parliament, while Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull invited AoL to Australia for the next World Culture Festival. Colombia's President Juan Manuel Santos also sent a message, news agencies reported.

Among the foreign dignitaries who attended the event were HE Sheikh Nahyan Bin Mabarak Al Nahyan from the UAE, Vice-President of Suriname HE MrAshwin Adin, PM of Japan HE Shinzo Abe, Crown prince of Al Fujairah HH Sheikh Mohammed Bin Hamad Al Sharqi, Deputy Prime Minister of Nepal Kamal Thapa, Member of the European Parliament HE Ryszard Czarnecki, Former PM of France HE Dominique de Villepin, Governor of Sverdlovsk Region Evgeny Kuyvashev and Speaker of the Sri lankan parliament  Karu Jayasuriya.

Speaking at the event, HE Shinzo Abe "Sri Sri's message is to spread peace and that is the most essential ideology. We also preach harmony and peaceful coexistence and that is imperative to us."

HE Ashwin Adhin, Vice President of Suriname said in his address, "Today we have the opportunity to spread the message of cultural diversity. We need to adopt a society with diverse culture and tradition. Today we all have come together due to Sri Sri's broad ideology."

Billed as one of the biggest cultural gatherings in recent times, the festival was hosted across 1,000 acres of the Yamuna floodplain. Environmental concerns dogged the event days before it kicked off as green activists, fearing environmental degradation of the fragile floodplain, sought cancellation of the festival.

The World Cultural Festival was a musical and cultural ode to the spirit of humanity, teamwork and diverse traditions that bind citizens of the world into a 'One World Family'- Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam, an official statement from the organizers said.

Sri Sri Ravi Shankar, the man behind the show thanked all those who attended the festival and made it a resounding success.

"To all of you who have come from nearby and faraway destinations, from different faiths and nationalities, a heartfelt thank you. It's your faith, love and compassion that have enabled the teams at Art of Living to present the biggest and the happiest family get-together - The World Culture Festival," he said.  -goTop


5. PSLV-C32 PLACES BHARAT'S SIXTH NAVIGATION SATELLITE IRNSS-1F IN ORBIT: The Indian Space Research Organisation (Isro) on 10th March accomplished the penultimate step in developing the country's own navigation system with the textbook launch of IRNSS-1F navigation satellite.

Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV) C32 on carrying the 1,425kg IRNSS-1F (Indian Regional Navigation Satellite System) lifted off from the second launch pad at the Satish Dhawan Space Centre in Sriharikota at 4.01pm. Around 20 minutes after liftoff, PSLV C32 successfully placed IRNSS-1F in orbit. "Satellite has been placed in orbit safely," mission director Jayakumar B said.

IRNSS-1F is the sixth of seven satellites that would form a constellation of Bharat's own navigation satellite network. -goTop


6. FYULIKAUTHIG SEWA INTERNATIONAL: Sewa international Uttarakhand celebrated FYUNLI KAUTHIG, a festival dedicated to the spirit of womanhood on the eve of International Women's day at the Anchal dairy ground in the scenic village Simli situated on the banks of Pinder River, on 8th March, 2016. This event was attended by more than twelve hundred women who came from the farthest corners of Rudraprayag and Chamoli districts of Uttarakhand. There were Tribal women, College girls, housewives, women from various socio-economic backgrounds who are today on the same platform because of the community mobilization efforts by Sewa International.

Sewa international also honoured 9 women who have done exemplary work in the fields of environment conservation, women empowerment, education, health, public welfare and sports.

Different cultural activities of Garhwal were presented by the Sewa Sakhis including dancing, folk songs singing, awareness skits and interactive sessions. Stalls were also put up by different SHGs showcasing their products like woollens, farm produce, herbs etc. -goTop


7. DU'S FOREIGN STUDENTS COUNT HITS RECORD: The Delhi University (DU) has become a favourable study destination for many foreign students. The number of foreign students seeking admission in DU has registered a significant increase in the current academic year.

According to a senior official, women from Middle East are enrolled in regular courses. Overall students from 57 countries including Tibet, China, Nepal, Afghanistan, Iraq, Iran and Turkey have got admissions in Delhi University.

"This is the first time when girl students from Turkey have enrolled in the DU while students from Iran are studying law," said the official.

In year 2015, 498 foreign students from 66 nations were registered. However, the number of total students in the university was 1,184 whereas in 2014, the total number of students was 1,030.  -goTop


8. CANADA'S NEW FIRST LADY IS A YOGA TEACHER: Canada's First Lady Gregoire-Trudeau is actually a yoga teacher, having done her 200 hour training in 2012, and been a practitioner for years prior. As she told feminist site Pure Vision, yoga brings her a feeling of peace and union:

"I also get inspired a lot from my yoga practice. I think that it brings me to that little person inside of me that's the same as in everyone else. As yoga philosophy mentions, that person is in a continuous state of gratitude and peace....a person that's both male and female - the perfect balance between the two." -goTop


9. RSS DROPS SHORTS, WILL PULL ON BROWN PANTS: The Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh arrived at a landmark decision on 13th March, discarding its 90-year-old trademark khaki shorts for brown full pants on the final day of the Akhil Bharathiya Pratinidhi Sabha at Nagaur - Rajasthan.

"In place of khaki half pants, we've decided to make brown full pants part of our uniform. In normal course, too, full pants are the trend and we accept that," said RSS general secretary Bhaiyyaji Joshi. Adding that the switch-over to full trousers will not have any impact on its identity, Joshi maintained that RSS is recognized for many other characteristics and not just because of khaki knickers. "We are not a rigid people but keep changing with time. No grassroots organization can make progress without that," added Joshi. -goTop


10. PRESIDENT GUYANA JOINS HINDUS IN MAHA SHIVARATRI: President David Granger on 7th March joined with the Hindu community at the Guyana Sevashram Sangha at Cove and John, East Coast Demerara for Maha Shivaratri observances. Though not a calendar holiday, Maha Shivaratri is a very significant festival for Hindus in Guyana. It is marked by fasting, prayers and other rituals that last for a duration of 24-hours. The President was accompanied to the Ashram by Minister of Social Cohesion, Ms. Amna Ally.In his address at the Ashram, the President said that this auspicious festival, which is characterized by acts of devotion and veneration of Lord Shiva, enriches the culture of the entire country. "We recognize and respect the right of Hindus to observe their religious festivals and to propagate their religion, including through education," President Granger said. -goTop


11. 'SAKSHAM' TO MAKE BHARAT FREE FROM CORNEAL BLINDNESS IN 3 YEARS: RSS Sarkaryavah Shri Bhaiyaji Joshi launched the Corneal Andhata Mukta Bharat Abhiyan (CAMBA) in New Delhi on March 5. The Abhiyan was launched by Saksham in association with various like-minded organizations. The Abhiyan aims at making Bharat corneal blindness free in three years.

Apart from conducting survey of the corneal blind people the existed eye banks will also be equipped with desired infrastructure so that the transplant rate is increased.

It is necessary today because over 50 per cent of the eyes donated in the country are not successfully transplanted in time due to various reasons. Union Minister of Health JP Nadha, president of Indian Medical Association Dr SS Agrawal, RSS Delhi Prant Sanghachalak Shri Kulbhushan Ahuja and other dignitaries were also present on the occasion.  -goTop


12. RSS TRAINING CAMP IN TAWANG: At a height of more than 12,000 feet in the frozen cold atmosphere of minus 7 degree temperature and at a distance of just 45 kilometers from Bharat’s international boundary with Tibet, RSS held its first training camp at the backdrop of the 1962 War memories with China where more than 2,400 brave solders had sacrificed their precious lives while protecting the motherland.

In total, 38 trainees from 25 villages of the Tawang District participated in the camp. The seven day Initial Training Camp (ITC) concluded on March 1 at General Parade Ground, Tawang, with an attractive public meeting, which was addressed by Dr Lhaboe Rikya Rimpoche, and also RSS Arunachal Prant Pracharak Dr Sunil Mohanty. Dr Lhaboe Rikya Rimpoche eulogised the selfless service of RSS. He recalled the statement of the Dalai Lama who during his visit to RSS headquarter at Nagpur on January 10, 2014, had said that "Sangh is a patriotic organisation and always works for the welfare of the country and countrymen".  -goTop


13. CHITRA BHARATI FILM FESTIVAL: FEAST OF FILMY FEST:  The Film Festival organised under the aegis of Chitra Bharati at Indore on 26-28 February not only revitalised new source of energy for upcoming artists and producers but also encouraged film making based on values and culture of Bharat

The festival was inaugurated by Chief Minister of Madhya Pradesh Shivraj Singh Chauhan. Famous television and film actor Manoj Joshi and Eminent director Madhur Bhandarkar also spoke at the event. In the inaugural function, producer of the Sanskrit Film Priya Manasam Vinod Bhaskar, Total 207 films were screened in three categories. On the third and last day of the festival, selected short films, documentaries and animation films were screened. In the documentary section, Mahesh Mishra of Mumbai received the first prize, while Mahesh Kumar from Kerala won the prize in short films section. A special prize was given to Daulat Rathod for his documentary film. The winners were felicitated by noted film-maker Madhur Bhandarkar and Rahul Rawail in the valedictory session. -goTop


14. TRIBUTE TO VEER SAVARKAR ON HIS DEATH ANNIVERSARY: South Andaman unit of Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh organised a pubic function at Veer Savarkar Vatika in Port Blair to pay tribute on his 50th death anniversary. Veteran Sangh Pracharak Shri Madhubhai Kulkarni was present on the occasion. Prior to the function, all the dignitaries and also the general public paid tribute to Savarkar at his room in the Celular Jail. Floral tribute was paid at his statute installed at the Vatika. Zilla Karyavah Shri S Sarathi welcomed Shri Madhubhai Kulkarni, Dakshin Banga Prant Pracharak Shri Bidyut Mukherjee, Nagar Sanghachalak Shri Vijay Kumar and Swami Shuddhananda Saraswati of Chinmaya Mission. Swami Shuddhananda called upon the people to draw inspiration from Savarkar and work for the nation. Shri Madhubhai Kulkarni highlighted various aspects of Savarkar's life. -goTop


15. BHARAT SUCCESSFULLY TESTS FIRES AGNI-I AT ABDUL KALAM ISLAND: Bharat on 14th March successfully test fired Intermediate range ballistic missile Agni-I from the Integrated Test Range (ITR) at Abdul Kalam Island in Orissa. The Agni-I missile is a surface-to-surface, single-stage missile, which is capable of hitting a target 700 kms away and capable of carrying nuclear warheads.According to reports, Agni-I has a sophisticated navigation system, which enables it to reach the target with a high degree of accuracy and precision. Agni-I was developed by DRDO under the Integrated Guided Missile Development Program. It is a single-stage missile developed after the Kargil war to fill the gap between 250 km range of Prithvi-II and 2,500 km range of Agni-II. It was first launched on January 25, 2002, from a road mobile launcher at Integrated Test Range (ITR), Wheeler Island, Orissa. -goTop


16. OBITUARY: Senior RSS pracharak Shri Suryakrishna ji passed away on 13th March due to age related ailments. Hailing from Saharanpur UP, he became pracharak in 1954 and held various responsibilities in sangh and VHP, Akhil Bharatiya Adhivakta Parishad, Akhil Bharatiya Sahitya Parishad etc. He donated his body to the Safdarjang medical college. A shraddhanjali Sabha was held on 16th March at Keshav Kunj, New Delhi attended by RSS Sarkaryavaha Bhayya ji Joshi, Hon Governor of Goa Smt Mridula Sinha, his close relatives and other prominent karyakartas. -goTop


17. SHRI VISHWA NIKETAN: Pravas: Shri Saumitra Gokhale, Vishwa Vibhag samyojak will leave Bharat for USA, Dr Ram Vaidya, sah samyojak would leave for UK.


FOOD FOR THOUGHT: Indian religion has always felt that since the minds, the temperaments and the intellectual affinities of men are unlimited in their variety, a perfect liberty of thought and of worship must be allowed to the individual in his approach to the Infinite. - Sri Aurobindo  -goTop



(Following resolutions were passed at the RSS ABPS meeting)

Resolution No.1

Need for effective health care and easy access to affordable medical services

It is most essential to pursue healthy and hygienic life style and provide access to medical facilities to the common people, for ensuring healthy and disease free life for all the citizens. Today, when the diseases arising out of unhealthy life styles are growing fast, medical services are becoming out of access for common citizens due to forbidding cost. Consequently, innumerable families are either getting indebted or large number of families are even deprived of their means of subsistence for want of treatment of the earning members of the family. Akhil Bharatiya Pratinidhi Sabha expresses its deep concern over this state.

For the sound health, it is most necessary to accord significance to healthy diet, way of living and lifestyle along with virtuousness, spirituality, yog, daily exercise and cleanliness. Children should be vaccinated timely. It is also very significant that society becomes free from all kinds of intoxications.  Akhil Bharatiya Pratinidhi Sabha is of the opinion that all the conscious citizens, including the sawaymsevaks should endeavour to arouse wider public awareness in this direction.

On account of concentration of medical facilities in the large towns, there is shortage of medical facilities in the remote and rural areas. Large number of people are deprived of medical facilities due to inadequate medical facilities and shortage of medical personnel, and the long queues for admission,  diagnosis and treatment. Rising cost of medical education is one of the major causes for the expensive medical services and deterioration in their quality and credibility. Quality medical services should be accessible to all citizens, including women and children in the country. For this, well functioning medical services of all kinds and systems need to be expanded across the country especially in rural and tribal areas. Information technology should be effectively used for the continuity in treatment and expert counsel.

Hospitals run by various social, religious and community organizations with charitable and philanthropic attitude at various places in the country, have been providing treatment to the common people in society very effectively and judiciously. Government support needs to be extended to such endeavours, worth emulation. Appreciating all such endeavours, the Pratinidhi Sabha calls upon the country's industry groups, voluntary and social organizations and charitable trusts to further come forward in this direction. From this perspective, public and community partnerships and co-operative institutions  need to be promoted.

The schemes of free distribution of medicines started in some states in last few years and the proposal made for 3000 medicine centers by the central government in the recent budget are welcome moves. To bring medicines within the reach of common people, promotion of generic medicines, effective control of drug prices and making of the patents regime humane is necessary. To ensure the quality of medicines, they should be regularly tested in the laboratories. Standardisation and development of methods of testing of medicines of Ayurvedic, Unani and other systems is also important.

The Akhil Bharatiya Pratinidhi Sabha calls upon all the countrymen, including swayamsevaks, voluntary organizations and the government to endeavour to make lives of all citizens disease free by awakening the society for healthy life style, child and mother's healthcare, eradication of malnourishment and de addiction against intoxication. For making all kinds of medical services accessible to common people, the central and state governments should bring requisite improvement in the infrastructure, policies and procedures, with the allocation of adequate resources. For this, coordinated expansion, regulation, teaching and research be promoted in all the systems of medicine, and the regulatory mechanism and statutory provisions be executed transparently. -goTop


Resolution No. 2

Accessible, affordable and quality education for all

Education is an essential means for the development of any nation and society for which; both the society and government are responsible for nourishing, promoting and patronizing it. Education is a tool for nurturing the seeds of attributes and potentialities of a pupil for development of his holistic personality. It is a primary responsibility of the government in a welfare state to ensure education and healthcare to every citizen along with food, clothing, shelter and employment.

Bharat is a country with the highest number of youngsters. It is the responsibility of the government and society to make unhindered appropriate education available to its youth according to their aptitude, ability and quality for their participation in the scientific, technological, economic and social development of the nation. Today, all the parents want to impart good education to their wards. Where there is appreciable rise in the number of pupils acquiring education, it has become difficult for them to get affordable quality education. Inadequate allocation on education and lack of priority to education in government policy during the preceding years has left open this field to the institutions with the motive of profit. Today, poor students are deprived of appropriate quality education. As a consequence, the growing economic disparity in the society is a serious concern for the whole nation.

In the contemporary education scenario, the governments must come forward towards its responsibility of allocating adequate resources and formulating appropriate policies. There is a need to curb the rising commercialization of the education sector so that the pupils are not compelled to acquire education at unaffordable costs. 

The government should strengthen the autonomous self regulatory mechanism for the education institutions in terms of their quality, infrastructure, service conditions, fees and standards so that its policies are implemented in a transparent manner.

The Akhil Bharatiya Pratinidhi Sabha is of the opinion that every child should get value based, nationalistic, employment oriented and skill based education in an atmosphere of equal opportunity. It is utmost essential to ensure proper training, appropriate salaries and strengthen the dutifulness of the teachers to enhance their standard; both in state run and private schools.

Traditionally our society has played a vital role in providing affordable quality education to the common man. In today’s context also, all the social, religious organizations, corporates, educationists and eminent people should come forward in this direction owning their responsibility.

The Akhil Bharatiya Pratinidhi Sabha calls upon the Central and State Governments and local bodies to ensure availability of requisite resources and necessary statutory mechanisms for imparting affordable quality education to all.  It also appeals to the society to come forward in this noble cause of imparting education especially in the rural, tribal and undeveloped areas so that a worthy, able and knowledge driven society is created which will play its important role in the development and upliftment of the nation. -goTop


Resolution No. 3

Practice Samarasata in day to day life

Bharat is an ancient nation and it has a hoary tradition of thought process. It is our realization and conviction that both the animate and inanimate world are born out of a single element and the same element resides in all the living beings. All the human beings are equal as the same divinity uniformly pervades every being. Rishis, Munis, Saints, Gurus and social reformers have strengthened this truth by their experiences and conduct.

Whenever our social structures and day to day conduct remained commensurate with these pre-eminent ideals then Bharat has been an integral, prosperous and invincible nation. When there was an erosion in practicing this noble philosophy of life, the society degenerated, a feeling of caste based disparity increased and an inhuman evil like untouchabilty was born.

The Akhil Bharatiya Pratinidhi Sabha is of the opinion that each individual should conduct oneself with samarasata (social harmony) in day to day personal, family and societal life on the basis of our eternal and timeless life ideals. It is this conduct that will eradicate caste discrimination, untouchability and mutual distrust from the society and all of us will experience an integral and samaras life free of exploitation.

Nation draws its strength from the society and strength of the society lies in the integrity, spirit and conduct of harmony and fraternity.  Our eternal ideals have the ability to create this. One should have conduct based on affinity, dignity and equality for all others as described in ‘Atmavat Sarvabhooteshu’  (all other beings treated as oneself), 'Adweshta Sarva Bhootanam'  (malice towards none) and 'Ek Noor te sab jag upja, Kaun bhaley, kau mandey' ( From that one light the whole world was born, so how one is superior and other inferior). Any kind of discriminatory behavior and evil like untouchaility should be uprooted altogether. For the smooth functioning of the society, it is utmost essential that all the social and religious institutions in the society need to steer the course based on our hoary ideals of life.

Since time immemorial several great personalities and social reformers of our society have  presented an integral view point of the ideal social life to the nation, emphasizing on the changes in the individual and community conduct consistent with time, place and circumstances for the creation of the society based on equality and free of exploitation. Their lives, ideals and actions are forever a source of inspiration to the society.

The Akhil Bharatiya Pratinidhi Sabha humbly appeals to all the revered Saints, preachers, intellectuals and social activists to actively contribute to the enlightenment of the society in this context. The Akhil Bharatiya Pratinidhi Sabha exhorts all the citizens alongwith swayamsevaks to maintain a conduct with samarasata and appeals to all the social and religious organizations to make every possible effort to strengthen this feeling of samarasata. -goTop

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