World relies on Indian philosophy to evade global warming problems: Kothari

Source: The Hitavada      Date: 04 Jun 2018 10:55:36


 

 

Staff Reporter

“The world relies on Indian philosophy to evade problems of global warming and ecological imbalance. Indian philosophy is the only way to bring world peace and it is the responsibility of Indians to respect and protect their culture to make the country world savoir”, says Gunwant Singh Kothari, Member of All India Executive Committee of Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh.Gunwant Singh Kothari was the key note speaker during concluding ceremony of Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh’s Sangh Shiksha Varga (First Year) of Mahakaushal Prant organised at Pandit Ravi Shankar Shukla Wright Town Stadium, on Sunday evening.Addressing the gathering, Gunwant Singh Kothari added that several researches on Indian Vedas are underway in developed countries like Germany, Japan and America to avoid adverse effects of advanced researches. He gave reference of Sir Joseph Arnold Toynbee who stated that only India is capable in concluding the chapter of devastation started by Europe.


Kothari also given reference of Kofi Annan, the then General Secretary of United Nations who in his concluding speech at World Religious Millennium Summit in the year 2003, urged the representatives of Hinduism for giving message of humanity to 5,000 million world population without any religious conversion.Gunwant Singh Kothari informed that in the year 1995, the Supreme Court in its order in a case of Dr Ramesh V/s Prabhakar Kashirao Kamte, on December 11, 1995 (AIR-1113) mentioned that Hindu is not a narrow religion but it is a mental state. Hindu is not a caste, religion or community but it is just a way of life. RSS is working to reintroduce the origin of country and inculcating the spirit of serving humanity and patriotism amongst citizens.


He informed that total number of 92 Shiksha Varga underway in the country to provide physical and spiritual training to youngsters. Since its establishment on Vijaya Dashmi in 1925, more than 15 lakhs people are learning skills at 58,967 Shakhas at 37,190 places. Besides this, a total number of 1,199 Shakhas are being regularly organised in 41 countries and Swayamsevaks are ensuring their contribution in socio-economic development of these countries. Till March 2018, more than 1.25 lakhs youngsters have joined RSS which indicate the increasing constructive approach of youngsters. Total 1,74,519 Swayamsevaks working in 35 national level organisations mainly Seva Bharti, Vanvasi Kalyan Ashram, Saksham,
Bharat Vikas Parishad, Vishwa Hindu Parishad, Vidya Bharti and Arogya Bharti etc established after 1989 are working to provide health, education and other social services to needy persons in rural and remote areas in the country. Position of India has been strengthened amongst 4–5 strongest countries in the world after the year 2014. Frequent visit of Indian Prime Minister in different countries and presentation of our strong areas and improved the reputation of India throughout the globe.


The working of government is limited in making policies and decisions but it the responsibility of society to develop spirit of brotherhood and patriotism in the country. International powers are trying to distribute the country in the name of caste and religion but we need to face the challenge to protect the sovereignty of the country, Kothari added.