The main goal of the Sangh is to make India a world leader again.

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The meeting of the All India Representative Assembly of Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh was held in Nagpur from 15 to 17 March 2024. The meeting was attended by more than 1500 delegates from across the country and a resolution on the theme “From Shri Ram Temple to National Resurgence” was also passed.

As it is well known that the glorious Hindu Sanatan culture is considered to be the oldest culture in the world and by following this Hindu Sanatan culture, the history of India has remained glorious and the Hindu Sanatan culture has expanded till Indonesia and far away America.

It is often said about the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh that what do the Sangh and its volunteers do? In response to this, the answer is often given that if you want to understand the Sangh, you will have to come to the Sangh branch. The Sangh is making serious efforts to achieve the sacred goal of giving Mother India a place of pride in the world once again. To achieve this sacred goal, lakhs of volunteers have joined the Sangh today. Today, 73,117 branches of the Sangh, 27,717 weekly meetings and 10,567 Sangh congregations are being organized at 45,600 places in India. In these branches, weekly meetings and Sangh circles, the sense of dedication towards the nation (Nation First) is awakened among the volunteers so that they can go into the society and carry out the work of social transformation in India efficiently by taking the gentle power of the society. The Sangha Shakha usually lasts for 60 minutes and includes physical exercise, yoga, pranayam, sports, intellectual and prayer. In intellectual, along with information about Sanatan culture and glorious history of India, information about Indian saints, mahatmas and great men is provided.

With time, the Sangh has also changed its functioning and has added many new dimensions and functions. Like, what work has to be done in which areas of the society is taught very clearly to the volunteers of the Sangh. Along with the organization category, Jagran category is also working in the Sangh. In the organization category, work related to expansion of branches, work related to running it smoothly, training of volunteers and quality development etc. is included, whereas in the awakening category, work is done by volunteers in this area after determining which areas have to be created in the society. is done. For example, currently the works included in Jagran category are – service, contact and publicity related works. Apart from this, there are also 6 activities which are run by volunteers with the cooperation of the society. These include – religious awareness coordination, cow service, rural development, family enlightenment, social harmony and environmental protection.

On the call of Shri Ram Janmabhoomi Teerth Kshetra, it was run by the volunteers of the Sangh and workers of various institutions and organizations of the society from 1 to 15 January 2024, before the consecration of the idols of Shri Ram Lala in the grand temple of Lord Shri Ram in Ayodhya Dham on 22 January 2024. The Home Contact Campaign was unprecedentedly successful. More than 44.98 lakh persons including volunteers had contacted a total of more than 19.38 crore families from 578,778 villages and 4727 towns in all the provinces of the country. This shows the deep reach of the Sangh in the Indian society and its acceptance in the society.

More than 40 subsidiary organizations of the Sangh are also working in various fields in India, which carry forward their work in the society on the basis of Hindu Sanatan culture and Indian traditions. Various labor organizations running on the basis of leftist ideology in the world inspire their labor members to participate only in the profits of the organization and often resort to strikes etc. to increase their wages. A strike in an industrial organization causes loss not only to that particular industrial organization but also to the country’s economy. Whereas, the Bharatiya Mazdoor Sangh, which is a subsidiary organization of the union, discourages its labor members from going on strike. And its slogan is ‘Will do all the work for the institute and will take full price for the work’. This is the difference between organizations of leftist ideology and national ideology. Similarly, other subsidiary organizations of the Sangh include – (1) Organizations working in the field of service – Arogya Bharti, Rashtriya Seva Bharti, Bharat Vikas Parishad, National Medical Institute, Arogya Bharti, Saksham (for disabled citizens), Deen Dayal Research Institute. (2) Social organizations – Vishwa Hindu Parishad, Vanvasi Kalyan Ashram, Tribal Security Forum, Krida Bharati, Rashtriya Sevika Samiti. (3) Organizations working in the field of education – Vidya Bharati, Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad, Bharatiya Shikshan Mandal, All India Educational Federation, Sanskrit Bharati, Shiksha Sanskrit Utthan Trust. (4) Organizations working in the economic sector – Bharatiya Kisan Sangh, Laghu Udyog Bharti, Bharatiya Mazdoor Sangh, Swadeshi Jagran Manch, Sahakar Bharti, Grahak Panchayat. (5) Organizations working in ideological group – Pragya Pravah, Vigyan Bharati, Sanskar Bharati, Itihas Sangrahalaya, Sahitya Parishad, Advocate Parishad. (6) Organizations working in the field of security – Seema Jagran Manch, Hindu Jagran Manch, All India Defense Council. All the above organizations are given complete autonomy and there is no restriction of any kind on these organizations from the Sangh. Yes, it is necessary to adapt the working system of these organizations to Indian values.

On the basis of their conduct, ethics and working methods, citizens of Indian origin are working and living in many other countries as carriers of Hindu Sanatan culture and are strengthening their contribution in the economy of these countries day by day. . The contribution of Indians in various fields like social, economic, cultural etc. of these countries has been recognized and accepted by the native citizens of these countries. Due to this, lakhs of citizens of foreign origin have been attracted towards Hindu Sanatan culture and now it is believed that Hindu Sanatan culture is going to be the world religion of the future all over the world. Therefore, today “Hindu Swayamsevak Sangh” has been established in 53 countries of the world and 1480 branches and 112 unions are being run in these countries. Recently, Sangh education classes were organized in many cities of Australia and America and similarly, a total of 17 Hindu Heritage Camps were also organized in other countries of the world. Seva Diwali is celebrated with great pomp in America; on this auspicious occasion, gifts are provided to the local poor class.

Today, Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh is considered to be the largest organization in the world, which has been continuously dedicating itself to the service of Mother India for the last 99 years by ensuring compliance with Hindu Sanatan culture and Indian traditions and rituals. Today, the gentleman power of the society has started thinking according to the ideology of the Sangh, hence, various categories of special citizens like doctors, teachers, professors, advocates, workers, retired officers and employees, young entrepreneurs etc. are joining the Sangh in large numbers and the society Playing an important role in change. Today in India, if brotherhood is established among the citizens following different religions, then surely no one can stop Mother India from regaining its old glory. This is also the main goal of the Sangh.

– Prahlad Sabnani

Retired Deputy General Manager,

state Bank of India

K-8, Chetakpuri Colony,

Jhansi Road, Lashkar,

Gwalior – 474 009

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