Believe in it or not, but Lord Rama is the unifying image of Indian culture: Vaidya | India News

BENGALURU: Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) Sah Sarkaryavah (co-secretary) Manmohan Vaidya said on Friday that the identity of Lord Rama is the unifying image of Indian culture.
Speaking to the press, shortly after the inauguration of the Akhila Bharatiya Pratinidhi Sabha (ABPS) – the supreme decision-making body of the RSS -, Vaidya said the Sangh would pass a resolution thanking the people of the nation. for his support in building the Ayodhya Ram Mandir.
“It doesn’t matter whether you believe in him or not, but Lord Rama is the identity of Indian culture and unifies the country. We have received an unprecedented response for our reader Samarpan Nidhi. Ram Mandir is not just a temple, because Ram is the representative of the country’s cultural ethics, ”he said.
Vaidya recalled the words of the late Indian Vice President Rajendra Prasad when he pronounced at Somnath Mandir’s Pran Pratishtha in 1951 that temples have been the centers of our cultural renaissance and economic activities.
“The Ram Mandir Nidhi Samarpan Abhiyan has become an activity to bind the whole country together for the same purpose,” he said.
He said Sangh officials reached up to 5.47 lakh locations and contacted a whopping 12.5 crore of people during the campaign.
On a question to former Karnataka Chief Minister HD Kumaraswamy saying those who did not contribute to Ram Mandir, Vaidya said it was not their philosophy or how they operate.
“Whether they’ve contributed or not, all of them are our employees and it’s RSS’s philosophy to take them all the way,” he said.
On the other end, the RSS also said it would pass a resolution thanking the people of this nation for their resilience in the face of the Covid pandemic and the help it has offered to those in need during the locking.

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