RSS Work hard to annihilate the true religions of India


In his book Ganga Chintana, Golwalkar seeks to bury India’s federal system as a Union of States. In one fell swoop, the BJP buried the federal system by introducing the GST. At first glance, the GST appears to be an economic reform. But what about its impact? By accepting this new regime, the States of the Union ceded their financial autonomy to the Centre. We are now in a situation where the wealth of the States is placed at the foot of the Center and they must then beg their share from it. By burying the federal system, the central government of the BJP granted the wish of their Guru Golwalkar and honored him ― by taking the very life of the federal system which is the most important feature of our Constitution! We are also now looking at efforts to make Hindi the lingua franca ― the first step towards realizing the goal of making Sanskrit the common language of our country. These are all small steps towards the eventual realization of their anti-pluralistic aspiration of one nation, one language, one race, one leader, etc.

In education, it’s the same story. RSS still gets its hands on education and history. An example of this hatred is the omission of this sentence from the 6th Standard Manual: “Tipu Sultan fought many battles against the British. He tried to drive the British out of the country by allying himself with the French. Likewise, Tipu’s forays into sericulture, land reform, small agricultural loans, construction of a mint, etc. have been abandoned. Similarly, unable to bear the “Rise of New Religions” section, in which Jainism and Buddhism are presented as religions, the government of Karnataka changed it to Jain and Buddhist sects (of Hinduism) and the moved to 8th class! The true religions of India, such as Jainism, Buddhism, Sikhism, Lingayatism have become bites, which cannot be swallowed by the little ones Chaturvarna Hindu group. RSS is working hard to wipe out the true religions of India, which all reject the Chaturvarna system.

This textbook revisionism is new. When the BJP-led NDA came to power in 1998, Human Resource Development Minister Murli Manohar Joshi included “priesthood and ritual” in the school curriculum. In his time, astrology began to be taught instead of astronomy. Learn to perform the Putrakameshti Yagna, a (Vedic) ritual for obtaining a male child, was also introduced. They instill unfounded beliefs and craziness in the minds of children. Recalling Golwalkar’s call for involvement in RSS activities to be essentially devoid of critical thinking and discernment, once in power they set out to implement this in the upbringing of children. Recently, CBSE removed several subjects from its curriculum. Among these, subjects such as democracy and diversity, the impact of globalization on agriculture, mass movements and communalism have been removed from the curriculum for class 10. It is for this kind of curricula that the RSS nurtured one of its descendants, the Shiksha Sanskriti Utthan Nyas. He consistently lobbied NCERT to remove from textbooks references to former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh’s “magnanimous apology for the Sikh riots” and the “murder of approximately 2,000 Muslims during the Gujarat riots in 2002”. It is their quibbling. Who knows what awaits them, how they will choose to paint the invisible past, when they can make disappear what we all see in the present?

If this continues, there will come a time when we will read in our textbooks descriptions of RSS founder Hedgewar, who rejected India’s freedom struggle, and Savarkar, hailed today as a “Veer”. (hero), who was released from prison after writing a letter of apology to the British colonial government, as the people who brought independence (from the British) to India. Not only that, the story of Godse who killed Gandhi can turn into a legend that he was a defender of Hindu Dharma. And what about the RSS sagas that haven’t happened yet?

(Extract of RSS Aaala Mattu Agala (RSS: depth and breadth)Abhiruchi Prakashana Mysore, translated from Kannada by Abhiruchi Ganesh)


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