On September 25, the BJP celebrated the grand finale of the year-long celebration of Deen Dayal Upadhyaya’s birth centenary. The birth centenary of any individual provides opportunity, depending on the person’s sphere of contribution, to comprehend and evaluate their contribution to human, societal, scientific, academic and creative development.
In a significant departure from past, organisers of one of Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh's Dusshera functions and Shastra Pujan ceremonies in Nagpur for young volunteers, or Shishu and Bal Swayamsevaks, on Sunday invited an eminent Muslim homeopath as its chief guest.For the first time in RSS history, a Muslim was given such an honour. It has to be seen in conjunction with the organisation's Muslim outreach programme.The Dusshera function is significant in the yearly calendar of RSS.
When Prime Minister Narendra Modi appeared at the Laxmanrao Inamdar Centenary celebrations in New Delhi, clearing doubts over his participation on account of Thursday being the first day of Navaratri, the nine-day period when he subsists solely on lemon water, it was an act of paying obeisance to his first political mentor.Though Vakil Sahab , Inamdar's nickname within Sangh circles outside which he is largely unknown, was formally feted for his role in promoting the cooperative movement --...
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