“Every countryman will have to make himself strong on the basis of his character, conduct and samskars. The feeling of dedication should arise among all of us,? said Dr Bajranglal Gupta, general secretary of Shri Guruji Birth Centenary Celebration Committee. He was speaking at a function held in border region of Shri Ganganagar, Rajasthan to celebrate the birth centenary of Shri Guruji. He expressed concern over the declining samskars of Bharatiyata among the countrymen. ?The West where the family and social values are totally different from us, is being blindly followed. The Indian conduct should be restored in every Indian home and individual life. Instead of thinking on language, caste or region, we should resolve that my future lies in the future of my country,? he said, further adding that the gist of Shri Guruji'sviews was how to rise self-respect among the countrymen. Presiding over the function, Prof. Satyavrata said the Hindus have a unique quality of absorbing all other castes or ways of worships. Talking about the onslaughts of Mughals on Hindus, he said Hindus could not survive without remaining united. Coming down heavily on those who made a hue and cry after the killing of four terrorists in Ahmedabad, he asked why are they silent over the killing of innocent Hindus in Doda? He said the Hindus should unitedly raise their voice against Doda killing. He added that Shri Guruji dedicated his whole life for restoring social harmony in the country and uniting the Hindus. The chief guest Shri Banvarilal Goel described Shri Guruji a farsighted person. Swami Brahmdev said Shri Guruji was the guide of Hindus in true sense.