Hindu Education Board Pitches for Greater Autonomy to Higher Education Institutions
Describing a Hindu as someone who seeks unity in diversity, RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat on Friday urged the Hindu community to get rid of its shortcomings, work for “sameness of humanity” and be “a world leader”.
Addressing the inaugural session of the World Hindu Congress (WHC), Bhagwat said there would always be a need to realise “sameness of humanity” in the world and the Hindu society can deliver the message.
Bhagwat called for ridding Hindu society of its shortcomings and make India a world leader.
Referring to Swami Vivekananda’s words “Arise, awake and not stop till the goal is reached,” Bhagwat said, “Let us start our work in all walks of life — media, academia… leadership based on our values is required. Let us demonstrate that capability. We have to work on values of sameness of humanity.”
The theme of the WHC is visioned on the Hindu principle of Sangachchhadhwam Samvadadhwam (Step Together, Express Together).