All religions teach truth and non-violence, says RSS chief Bhagwat

Mumbai: Stressing that India's culture is its true strength, RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat on Sunday said all religions teach us to adopt the path of truth and non-violence.

Bhagwat also said that India can show the way forward to the world and that ancient teachings of saints should be first practised in one's home and later spread outside.

Mohan Bhagwat. File photo. AFP

Mohan Bhagwat. File photo. AFP

"There have been wicked people with ill-intentions at all times. They will never cease to exist. Similarly, there are good people at all times as well. One should not get scared to do something good and become fearless to find solutions to problems," Bhagwat said at a Jain event here.

"To become fearless one does not only need physical strength, but the strength of humility. The real strength of India is its culture. All religions in our country teach us to adopt truth and non-violence," he said.

The RSS chief said that to make the nation "truly great", the youth of India should be developed accordingly.

"India can show the way forward to the world. We have to develop the youth of the nation to make India truly great. Youth need to be taught lessons in ethics.

"For this, the teachings of our great saints should first be inculcated in one's own life, then in one's homes before being spread outside," Bhagwat said.

PTI


Updated Date: Jan 03, 2016 16:00 PM

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