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RSS and Gadkari!
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RSS has reduced itself to Nagpur caucus by backing Gadkari. The Indians who always admire and adore RSS are disappointed for this support from RSS to Gadkari. Nation is above individuals.

The RSS which claims standing for sanaatana dharma should have thought twice before taking the stand of being indifferent to Gadkari and his social entrepreneurial adventures.

India and ancient Indian wisdom
are not sole property of some organizations, institutes, political parties or such social get together.

All Indians equally inherit the culture, civilization and have a stake in its continuance.

And many Indians who are not part of any of above-mentioned social organizations have their specific, all-useful and all-encompassing nature of Indian ancient culture at their hearts and are equally capable in its protection and continuance and interpreting Indian culture, which is beyond Hinduism or any ism.

Nation comes first and individuals next, to whichever party, organization or the like they belong.

India is great; not just persons or organizations which, day in and day out lecture on their interpretation of ancient Indian wisdom.

India is always secular in the sense Indian rulers and citizens respect all religions equally and love their religion more and do not harm any human being for his religion, region, language, community or such social divisions and distinctions.

Secularism is not being irreligious as many pseudo rationalists and intellectuals of present times exhort.

Secularism is transcending religion; being religious.
 
8-Nov-2012
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