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November 14, 2010




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Home > 2010 Issues > November 14, 2010

Sangh Parichaya Varga in Lucknow

LUCKNOW Mahanagar unit of the RSS organised a Sangh Parichaya Varga at Saraswati Kunja, Nirala Nagar on October 24 to bring the younger generation closer to the Sangh and instill in them the spirit of patriotism. Youth from the Lucknow University, the IIM and many other educational institutions of the city participated in the function. They were all eager to have detailed information about the Sangh and its activities.

Addressing the youth, the RSS National Executive Member Shri Ashok Beri called upon the youth to consider the national interest as supreme. He said those who think only about their individual interest are not the well wishers of the society and the nation. He said the Sangh has been formed to make man and built character. It generates the feeling of nationalism which inspires one to work for the nation.

Presiding over the function, Head of History Department in the Christian College, Dr Rahul Mishra said six old civilisations of the world including Rome and Egypt could not face the onslaughts of terrorism and vanished from the world. There are still the remains of that civilisation in Egypt and the local people do not look at them as their ancestors had left their cultures, civilisations and traditions due to pressure or allurement. The foreign invaders made all efforts to ruin our culture also in India but majority of our ancestors faced the onslaughts courageously and did not leave their culture. This is the reason our culture still survives, he said.

Speaking at the concluding ceremony, senior Pracharak and National Executive Member Shri Madhubhai Kulkarni said the RSS has been working to make Bharat super power.
(VSK, Lucknow)




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