'Efforts of a nation are driven by national ideals...' RSS Chief Mohan Bhagwat at Vijayadashami speech (WATCH)
RSS Chief Mohan Bhagwat said that due to India's distinct thoughts and vision, its guiding principle of 'Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam' has now been incorporated in the philosophy of the entire world.
Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) chief Mohan Bhagwat emphasized that a nation's endeavours are steered by its national ideals. He highlighted India's unique principles and vision, noting that the guiding philosophy of 'Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam' has now become an integral part of the world's philosophy.
During the annual Dusshera rally at Reshimbaug ground in Nagpur, Bhagwat mentioned, "The efforts and initiatives of a nation are rooted in its national ideals. A temple for Ramlala, whose image is portrayed on a page of the original copy of our Constitution, is currently under construction in Ayodhya. It has been announced that Ramlala will be consecrated in the innermost sanctum of the temple on 22nd January."
He went on to encourage the organization of this event in various locations to commemorate the consecration of Ramlala. Bhagwat believed that this would awaken the spirit of Lord Ram in everyone's hearts, enhancing the mental landscape of Ayodhya and fostering a climate of affection, responsibility, and goodwill in society.
The RSS chief stressed upon the need to give special attention to the Himalayan region. "We need to consider the Himalayan region in totality by considering this region as a single unit from the standpoints of security, environment, demography and development."
He further said, "The purpose of Bharat's rise has always been the welfare of the world. But, selfish, discriminatory and deceitful forces seeking their sectarian interests are also making their own efforts to disrupt social cohesion and promote conflict. They wear various cloaks."