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RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat said Hindus were tortured for thousands of years, urged to work together for society

Speed News Desk | Updated on: 8 September 2018, 8:57 IST
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Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh Chief Mohan Bhagwat urged to Hindu community to come together and work for the betterment of the society. He said while addressing to the second World Hindu Congress in Chicago, where at least 25,00 people gathered. However, this programme has been organized to commemorate the 125th-anniversary speech of Swami Vivekananda in Chicago. He also said that the Hindu community has a maximum number of talented and meritorious people, but they had never come together to do something good for the society.

"Coming together of Hindus in itself is a difficult thing,” Bhagwat said. He also added that Hindus had been suffering for thousands of years because they forgot to practice their basic principles and spiritualism.

Bhagwat has pressurized that Hindu should come together as one and work for the betterment. He added that we should learn to work together separately.

RSS chief also told that Hindu society will progress and prosper if they will work as a society. He also added that there is should be a spirit of teamwork among the people to work towards the common goal for the betterment of the mankind.

 

 

However, the second World Hindu Congress marks to commemorate the 125th anniversary of Swami Vivekananda's historic speech that he had given at the Parliament of the World’s Religion in 1893 in Chicago.

Some other people who also addressed the gathering were S P Kothari, chairperson, organizing committee of the World Hindu Congress, Illinois Lt Gov Evelyn Sanguinetti, Raju Reddy, vice-chair the WHC and Ashwin Adhin, vice president of Suriname.

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First published: 8 September 2018, 8:47 IST
 
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