When we used to talk about Ram Setu people used to consider it a gossip but....says Mohan Bhagwat

Mohan Bhagwat was speaking at a book release program organized in Delhi on the existence of the mythical river Saraswati.

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New Delhi: At a book launch event in Delhi, the RSS chief said that we have to make the country a Vishwa Guru. The new generation seeks proof of the cultural heritage of the past because the education system is such that it does not promote trust. People will trust but scholars have to prove it. Things have to be told with evidence.


RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat said that we have to make India stand before the world. We have to make the country a world guru. If we have to make India's prestige, then its antiquity and truth have to be established from ancient times till today. The RSS chief said people will trust but the scholars will have to prove it. It should be mentioned with evidence in the textbooks of the new generation. Things have to be told with evidence. When we used to talk about Ram Setu, people used to consider it a gossip but the evidence came to the fore. Mohan Bhagwat was speaking at a book release program organised in Delhi on the existence of the mythical river Saraswati.


Our education system does not promote faith

The RSS chief said that there is a section of people who believe that the Saraswati river was and still exists today. But our new generation demands proof. The reason for this is that our education system does not promote faith. It remains to be seen how much this changes with the new education policy. But the system that has been going on for so many years pushes the students to question everything. Forces them not to believe in our heritage.


Some try to question the existence of rich history and past

Former HRD Minister and BJP leader Murli Manohar Joshi said that it amazes me how a section of people tries to question the existence of India's rich history and past. Joshi said that there will be many allegations against me that I was trying to teach Sanskrit to everyone. A section of the so-called intellectuals always tried to malign our history and cultural heritage.