Only by following the path of religion can India become a ‘Vishwaguru’: Mohan Bhagwat


Burhanpur – Chief of the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh Mohan Bhagwat stated on Sunday that India will only become a “vishwaguru” by adhering to the road of religion and will demonstrate this route to the rest of the world.

Speaking to the Dharma Sanskriti Sabha in Burhanpur, Madhya Pradesh.

“India won’t become the Vishwaguru unless it takes the religious path. If everyone continues to practise their religion, India will eventually become the vishwaguru who will lead the rest of the world along a new road, according to Bhagwat.

According to him, religion is the sentiment that everyone in the world is doing well.

“We must carry out our obligation by choosing the right course. India needs to spread religion to the world, not become a superpower. In India, there are people who practise many sects, religions, and languages. We are aware that everything in creation is one despite our differences. We are Hindus because of this. Everyone must be brought along with respect for one another, he said.

The RSS leader urged people to abide by the guidance of holy persons and wise people.

“They have been illuminating the way of goodness for us since the beginning of time. In order to ensure global prosperity, we must all work together, according to Bhagwat.

Peethadhishwar Swami Jitendra Nath of the Nath Peeth in Amravati, Maharashtra, organised the Dharma Sanskriti Sabha.

On a two-day journey, Bhagwat arrived in Burhanpur, MP. Saint Swami Vasudevanand Saraswati of Badrikashram Himalaya presided over the big Dharma Sanskriti Sammelan that Mohan Bhagwat organised in the Bhagya area on the first day.

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