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Hinduism only true religion in world, those who want to return to its fold are welcome: Mohan Bhagwat

  • Hinduism only true religion in world, those who want to return to its fold are welcome: Mohan Bhagwat

    Summary: RSS does not support conversion but our doors are open for those who want to come back to Hinduism from other sects,” Bhagwat said. I welcome their decision,” the yoga guru said. “ABAP is a disciplined organisation which takes a decision only after a lot of thinking and study. He added that “the ancestors of all those who are living in the country today were also Hindus.” “Those who are trying to convert people to other religions are thwarting attempts to frame an anti-conversion law. M S NawazHaridwar/Dehradun: Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) chief Mohan Bhagwat, while addressing the concluding ceremony of a five-day seminar organised by Swami Ramdev’s Patanjali Yogpeeth and Dharam Jagran Manch – an organisation affiliated with the RSS, said on Monday that “Hinduism was the only true religion in the world and other religions were just sects which emerged from Hinduism.” “People hailing from other sects were originally Hindus who had drifted to these sects over the course of time.

    M S NawazHaridwar/Dehradun: Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) chief Mohan Bhagwat, while addressing the concluding ceremony of a five-day seminar organised by Swami Ramdev’s Patanjali Yogpeeth and Dharam Jagran Manch – an organisation affiliated with the RSS, said on Monday that “Hinduism was the only true religion in the world and other religions were just sects which emerged from Hinduism.” “People hailing from other sects were originally Hindus who had drifted to these sects over the course of time. RSS does not support conversion but our doors are open for those who want to come back to Hinduism from other sects,” Bhagwat said. He added that “the ancestors of all those who are living in the country today were also Hindus.” “Those who are trying to convert people to other religions are thwarting attempts to frame an anti-conversion law."Around 1,000 seers from across the country had assembled at Patanjali Yogpeeth to attend the seminar titled Sadhu Sangam which had been organised by Ramdev with the stated objective of “bringing together Hindu saints on a common platform and motivating them to contribute to mainstream society.” “Our genetic structure may be different but our character as saints should be similar,” the yoga guru had told the gathering during the inauguration of the seminar.Giving similar advice, the RSS chief said, “Saints are mentors of our society , As Reported By TOI.

    According to the Newspaper,Today, it is necessary to come together for protecting our culture and country from conspiracies and saints can play an important role in this.” Earlier, Bhagwat who turned 67 on Monday celebrated his birthday by performing a pooja on the banks of the Ganga at the Surat Giri ashram in the holy city. CM Trivendra Rawat, urban development minister Madan Kaushik and assembly speaker Prem Chand Aggarwal were also in attendance.Meanwhile, in an interaction with mediapersons on the sidelines of the seminar, Ramdev welcomed the decision taken by the Akhil Bharatiya Akhara Parishad (ABAP), the apex regulatory body for the country’s `akharas' (groups of ascetics), to ban 14 controversial godmen. “ABAP is a disciplined organisation which takes a decision only after a lot of thinking and study.


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