Monday, November 26, 2012

10 Thousand Youths Participate in ‘Sarhad ko Pranam’ expedition, form human chain at borders

Source: News Bharati English       

Ten thousand youth across the Nation participating in ‘Sarhad Ko Pranam’ expedition, visited more than 469villages situated in the border areas and interacted with local people, personnel from security forces and local administration officials. The youth teams have made some crucial observations about the situation on the order. The exercise is currently going on to collect all the data from the participating teams. The observations will soon be made public.
Talking about the experiences, Adv. Shrihari Desai & Gen DB shekatkar remembered a Jawan on the kutchh border asking, “After 1947, India is only giving away our own land to some or the other neighbours. When will this stop?”

Mumbai, November 23 : Forum for Integrated National Security (FINS) organized a novel expedition “Sarhad ko Pranam - 2012” during 19 – 23 November 2012. As part of the expedition, Ten Thousand youths visited the Indian land border areas. FINS national president Gen DB Shekatkar & Secretary Adv. Shrihari Desai addressing a news conference today here, informed about the expedition. They also shared some experiences of the participants at the border.

Adv. Desai said, those youths visited more than 469 villages situated in the border areas & had dialogue with local brethren, militarymen who are guarding the borders with an eagle’s eye & local administration officials. The youth teams made many crucial observations about the situation on the order. An exercise is going on to collect the data on experiences of the participants & observations made by the youth teams about the border areas. Soon the data will be made public by the FINS.

The expedition witnessed the participation of 250 youths from Mumbai & two thousand youth from across the Maharashtra state. The programme was aimed at creating awareness among the youth about the borders of the nation & the situation there, on the occasion of the 50 years of the Chinese aggression of 1962. International land borders situated across the states of Gujarat, Rajasthan, Punjab, Jammu & Kashmir, Arunachal Pradesh, Assom, Tripura, Pashchim Bang, were covered during this programme.
The participating youths got an opportunity to understand the situation at the border during the two days stay at the villages on the border. They talked with the citizens as well as the officials from the local administration and observed the local public-social life. They tried to understand the nature of the problems of the people and the administration & military at the border.

The visiting youth teams successfully conveyed the message to the Military & the citizens living at the border that the people of the nation are with them at the times of any crisis.

The National borders must be secured with utmost care. But the news slipping in from few months  suggest that the borders everywhere are facing eminent danger from the neighbouring enemies. One of the aims of “Sarhad ko Pranam” was to try to awaken the Government & the administration about the situation on the borders.

The FINS takes this opportunity to call upon the Government to take adequate measures to protect & safeguard the Borders of Bharat & make it a safest place.

Human Chain

The visiting teams of the youth along with local citizens at the border & local officials of the  administration formed a human chain on Wednesday, 22nd November and vowed to work together for the National Integration and Security.

'Kasab’s Execution: We Need a New Strategic Culture’; writes RSS functionary Ram Madhav

by Ram Madhav, Akhil Bharatiya Sah Sampark Pramukh, RSS: 

Ram Madhav

India has earned the sobriquet ‘Soft State’ due to its handling of terrorism and hostile neighbours over the years. After the hanging of Ajmal Kasab, the terrorist responsible for Mumbai attacks in 2008, some commentators opined that India has now shed the image of a Soft State. Is it true?

There is no denying the fact that the decision of the Government to hang Kasab after his mercy plea was rejected by Hon’ President Sri Pranab Mukharjee has certainly given a sense of relief to the people of the country. After all we brought one dreaded terrorist to justice, they felt. The Government, and especially Shri Pranab Mukharjee, must be complimented for their swiftness and boldness.

However it will be premature to conclude that we have shed the Soft State tag completely. Actually it is not about just a couple of decisions. Demands have arisen, correctly, that the other dreaded terrorist who was responsible for the carnage at the Parliament building in 2001,Afzal Guru, be also executed immediately. His mercy plea is pending before the President at the moment. The nation hopes that Afzal Guru too will join Kasab soon.

But these decisions are in a way inevitable ones. The judicial process was duly completed and the Government is only expected to follow the procedures in these cases.
But for us to change our image we need to do a lot more. The opposite to Soft State is not Hard or Harsh State. What we need is a Stern State, a polity that betrays zero tolerance to attacks on its sovereignty, dignity and integrity.

Countries like Israel, USA and even Russia display such attitude. It is in their culture. Israel is by culture driven by fight back instinct. It is not ‘teeth for teeth’ with them; ‘for one tooth, the entire jaw’. That is the reason why in spite of being surrounded by the enemy 5 times larger in terms of demography and military strength and sworn to wipe out Israel from the map of the world, they not only merely survive, but lead a life of strength, courage and pragmatism.
India is driven by an instinct of compromise. We may pay lip sympathy to Gaza by asking Israel not to use disproportionate force; but one has to be on the other side of the Gaza border to understand what it means to be a target of Hamas terrorism. Everything is fair in love and war, they say. We ourselves were victims of excessive softness in 1962 when waves and waves of Chinese soldiers had invaded our territory outnumbering our soldiers by 1:6. Excessive force argument doesn’t have any merit in a war; and Israel is in a perpetual war.
In USA, terrorists are tried in military courts and punished swiftly. Mind you, USA is one of the world’s leading democracies. Russia cannot claim that honour, but when it comes to handling terror, Putin had demonstrated extreme commitment when he carpet-bombed Chechnya relentlessly for a month to finish off Islamic terrorism once and for all on Russian soil.

Our real problem lies in the lack of that courage and determination. We are driven by a romanticist attitude of peace, love etc when what we actually need is a strategic culture. When Nehru proposed Panchsheel – five principles for peaceful coexistence – to Chou En-lai, Mao retorted by saying what we needed was ‘armed coexistence’.

That is what is meant the strategic cultural difference in thinking. It is not about any doctrine alone. It is more about the culture. We simply don’t have it. The last known leader to have thought in terms of a comprehensive strategic cultural doctrine was Chanakya when he asked the ruler of Patna to go and befriend the rulers of the Republics in today’s Afghan-Iran border thousands of miles away. There were kings like Shivaji who had used strategic wars to secure their kingdoms, but a strategic doctrine leading to a strategic culture was last developed by Chanakya in Artha Shastra, which we no longer follow.

Let me give you a simple example to buttress my point: in order to secure its borders from the Mongol invaders in the North the Qing dynasty in China had built the Great Wall of China – a thousands-of-km-long wall around its central territory after 13th Century. India was invaded by successive waves of hordes for more than 2000 years through one mountain pass called the Khyber Pass. Why has no Indian king ever thought of sealing that pass to prevent the invasions?

That is where the difference in strategic cultures stands. That is why we can’t even seal our borders with Bangladesh. Even if we post our BSF men there, we give them clear orders that they cannot fire on the infiltrators even at night.

For us to really shed off this Soft State image we need to transform our cultural outlook about our security, sovereignty and national honour. We need a new strategic culture in our country.

RSS Leader Ram Madhav meets advocate Ujjwal Nikam

Mumbai November 22, 2012: RSS senior functionary Ram Madhav today met popular lawyer a special public prosecutor Ujjwal Nikam. It was a friendly meet. On meeting Nikam, Ram Madhav said in twitter, “I Met Ujjwal Nikam, the efficient lawyer whose hard work sent Kasab to gallows n manu criminals to jail. A humble down to earth man very affable”.

Ujjwal Nikam

Ujjwal Nikam was also the Public Prosecutor in the 26/11 Mumbai terror attacks wherein the main accused Ajmal Kasab was held guilty and sentenced to death. As a lawyer, Nikam is popular for being Public Prosecutor in various cases like 1993 Bombay blasts, Gulshan Kumar murder case and Pramod Mahajan murder trial. In December 2010, Nikam represented Govt. Of India in the world wide convention on terrorism held by United Nations, New York. Nikam was also nominated by Govt.of India for participating in the seminar held at Heague on 13 March 2011 by International Center for Counter Terrorism.

This morning, Ram Madhav, has expressed his opinions on Kasab hanging by an article  Please click the following link ti find Ram Madhav’s article.

Sarhad Ko Pranam: “सरहद को प्रणाम – 2012″ राष्ट्र जागरण का एक अनुठा कार्यक्रम

जोधपुर 23 नवम्बर 2012: “सरहद को प्रणाम – 2012″ राष्ट्र जागरण का एक अनुठा कार्यक्रम। इस अनूठे कार्यक्रम के द्वारा भारत की सम्पूर्ण जमीनी सरहद जो की 15106.7 किलो मीटर है , पर देश के प्रत्येक जिले से नवयुवको की टोलिया 19 से 23 नवम्बर 2012 तक सीमाओ पर जाकर सैनिकों , प्रशाशन एवं आम जन से संवाद सम्पन्न किया।

Patriotic Volunteers of the team Sarhad Ko Pranaam from Jodhpur Nov-23-2012

यह कार्यक्रम फोरम फॉर इंटिग्रेटेड नेशनल सिक्योरिटी (FINS) द्वारा आयोजित किया जा रहा है , राजस्थान में सीमाजन कल्याण समिति ने इस कार्यक्रम को सम्पन्न किया है।
जोधपुर में हुई प्रेस वार्ता को फिन्स राजस्थान चेप्टर के अध्यक्ष जे पी मिश्रा  सेवानिव्रत आई पी एस अधिकारी तथा उपाध्यक्ष ब्रिगेडीअर वी डी  निर्वाण ने संबोधित किया। फिन्स के सदस्य गजेन्द्र सिंह शेखावत ने फिन्स के बारे में विस्तृत रूप से बताया।

10000 से अधिक की संख्या में देश के नानाविध भाषाभाषी व् जाती, पंथ व् डालो के युवको ने इस अनूठे कार्यक्रम में हिस्सा लिया। देश के 800 से अधिक जिलो के युवको ने 469 के लगभग सीमा चोकियों पर जाकर संवाद करने एवं प्रत्यक्ष सीमा देखने का अति उत्साहपूर्ण कार्यक्रम सम्पन्न किया और वे अब अपने घरो को लौट रहे है एक न भूलने वाला अनुभव लेकर।

इन सीमा चौकी से पूर्व सभी देशभक्त युवा 88 के लगभग निर्मित आधार शिविरों पर 19 नवम्बर को एकत्रित हुए थे। इसी क्रम में राजस्थान के चार सीमान्त जिलो पर यह कार्यक्रम संपन्न हुआ।
बीकानेर जिले के गंगाशहर  में आधार शिविर में कुल 13 राज्यों के 32 जिलो से 225 युवाओ ने 14 तोलिया बनाकर भाग लिया। प्रत्येक टोली में 10 से 13 राज्यों का प्रतिनिधितव रहा। सभी टोलिया  आवश्यक प्रशिक्षण प्राप्त कर 8 खाजूवाला  क्षेत्र, 6 बज्जू क्षेत्र से 20 नवम्बर को पैदल यात्रा प्रारंभ की। 22 नवम्बर सायंकाल 4 बजे तक सभी टोलियों ने 15 से 25 किलोमीटर की पैदल यात्रा द्वारा जनसंपर्क किया। दोपहर 11 बजे सभी टोलियों ने अपने अपने सीमान्त क्षेत्र में मानव श्रंखला निर्मित की। इस यात्रा के द्वारा सभी युवको ने जन संपर्क किया उन्हें एक सन्देश वितरित किया तथा संकल्प सूत्र बांधकर ग्रामवासियों के साथ देश रक्षा का संकल्प लिया . सभी धार्मिक, सांस्कृतिक स्थानों पर जाकर संकल्प के साथ यह शपथ ली की देश के सीमायें अब एक इंच भी कम नहीं होने देंगे। सभी टोलियों ने प्रात : राष्ट्र ध्वज तिरंगा को लहराकर राष्ट्र गान के साथ अपनी अपनी यात्रायें प्रारंभ की।
अपनी सीमाओं पर देशवासियों की सीमा के अन्दर, बाहर  और सीमा पर नज़र होना यह सुरक्षा, सम्मान समृधि , अखंडता एवं एकता के लिए अत्यंत मतःव्पूर्ण है। सीमा से प्राप्त जानकारी के अनुसार हम सरकार एवं प्रशासन को सचेत करने व् कदम उठाने हेत सावधान करते है की सर्कार अपने दायित्वों को पूर्ण करे जिससे अब एक जन भारतीय मरे नहीं और न ही एक इंच भारत कटे व् घटे।
1. चारो तरफ बढ़ रही विदेशी घुसपेठ, आतंकी, नक्सल एवं हथियारों के आवागमन पर रोक लगे।
2. जमीन पर तैयारी हेतु सीमान्त के गाँव जांव में सर्कार की और से प्रशासन के साथ सजीव संपर्क में रहते हुए ग्राम सुरक्षा समितियों का गठन किया जाये। जिन्हें सुरक्षा हेतु प्रशिक्षित कर तैयार रखा जाये।
3. सैनिक, अर्ध सैनिक बल व् कानून व्यवस्था से जुड़े लोगो को खतरे से निपटने हेतु आधुनिक एवं प्रभावी प्रशिक्षण हो।
4. संसद के दोनों सत्रों में पारित व् एक मत दोनों प्रस्ताव क्रमश: 14 नवम्बर 1962 एवं 22 फरवरी 1994 के संसदीय संकल्प को याद  रख सरकार  चीन तथा पाकिस्तान आदि के कब्जे में एक एक इंच भारतीय भू-भाग को खाली करवाने की योजना का प्रारूप बनाकर उसपर कार्यवाही करे।
5. राष्ट्रिय सुरक्षा नीति का अभाव देश की सुरक्षा, स्वंतंत्रता एवं अखंडता के लिए भारी खतरा है।
6. हमारी सीमाए व सीमाजन के हौसले बुलंद करने हेतु आवश्यक है की सीमाओं से पलायन व् उदासी दूर हो।  इसके लिए विकसित (यातायात, जल, प्रकाश, शिक्षा, कृषि व् रोजगार), जागरूक (पर्याप्त सैनिक , अर्ध सैनिक बल एवं जनता की ग्राम सुरक्षा समितियां ), स्वस्थ्य (उपचार हेतु अस्पताल ), एकजुट (जाति , पंथ, भाषा व् दल से ऊपर उठा हुआ) सीमा एवं सीमावासी हो . इसके लिए केन्द्रियाकेंद्रिया एवं सम्बंधित प्रान्तों में विशेष सीमत आयोग का गठन करना चाहिए। हमारी सीमाए किसी भी हालात में पिछडी , अविकसित व् आपसी झगडे वाली न हो।
7. विदेशी घुसपेठियों , आतंकी, नक्सल , अलगाववादी व् मतान्तरण वादी, सर्वपंथ  समभाव  याने राष्ट्रीयता व् खुशाली के दुश्मन है उन्हें सर्कार पीला नहीं बल्कि दण्डित करे ताकि भयग्रस्त व् कमजोर सत्ता नहीं बल्कि कुशल एवम  मजबूत सत्ता का संकेत इन ताकतों को मिले। इससे हम कूटनीति के मेज पर हरने वाला नहीं बल्कि विजयी याने अपने हितो की रक्षा करने वाले देश के रूप में पहचाने जायेंगे।

Kanupur: RSS Chief Mohan Bhagwat says ‘Govt should pass a bill on Ram Mandir in Ayodhya’.

Kanpur November 24, 2012: Saints associated with Ram Janmabhoomi Nyas are mulling to launch a movement at the upcoming Maha Kumbh Mela to press the government for construction of a temple at Ayodhya, RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat said today and assured his organisation’s full support to it.

Mohan Bhagwat was in the city to take part in a RSS function.

Speaking at the function he said, “The government should pass a bill in Parliament paving way for the construction of a grand temple in Ayodhya.”

But the possibility of passage of a bill for the purpose is bleak and we will support the movement being contemplated by a high-powered committee of saints.

“In the next Maha Kumbh, saints are thinking to launch a campaign so that a pressure could be built up for construction of temple in Ayodhya,” Bhagwat said.
RSS will extend its support to the movement and our cadre will work with full strength to covert it in into a mass movement, he said.

The matter is still pending in Supreme Court and chances are that it will not be resolved soon, Bhagwat said adding that both the communities should contribute in building the temple. (Inputs from Business Standard )


कानपुर। संघ की 87 वर्ष की आयु में जो कार्य बढ़ रहा है। उसका कारण संघ का लगातार सत्य पर चलना। संघ का कार्य राष्ट्र के लिये सर्वांगींण विकास के लिये चलता चला आ रहा है। हम सरकार पर निर्भर नहीं हैं, हमें राष्ट्रभक्त समाज का समर्थन प्राप्त है। राजनीति मत से चलती है संघ नहीं। भारत के चारों ओर जो देश हैं, जिसमें चीन, पाकिस्तान लंका, वर्मा, अफगानिस्तान, पाकिस्तान को छोड़कर बाकी सब देश हमारी ओर देख रहे हैं। पाकिस्तान हमारा हमेशा विरोधी देश रहा है। अपने देश में चारों ओर विकराल परिस्थितियाँ दिखती हैं पर उससे ज्यादा देश के अन्दर अच्छाइयाँ हैं। हमारे देश की संस्कृति हैं, दोनो हाथों से कमाओं और हजारों हाथों से बांटो। आज आजादी को 65 वर्ष हो गये परे देश की स्थिति वैसी ही बनी हुई है। उसका दोषी कौन है ? जब तक सज्जन शक्ति का एकत्रिकरण नहीं होगा। तब तक अनुकूल परिवर्तन आने वाला नहीं है। देश में व्याप्त भ्रष्टाचार के दोषी हम और आप और हमारी शिक्षा है। बच्चों को महापुरुषों के जीवन से परिचय कराना, बच्चों के साथ समय देना, बच्चों को संस्कारित करने का काम हमने छोड़ दिया है जिसका परिणाम समाज में व्याप्त भ्रष्टाचार है।
संघ का स्वयंसेवक अपनी रुचि के अनुसार किसी भी क्षेत्र में कार्य करने के लिए स्वतंत्र है। वह किसी भी राजनीतिक संगठन के लिए कार्य कर सकता है। यह विचार राष्ट्रीय स्वयंसेवक संघ के सरसंघचालक परमपूज्यनीय मोहन भागवत जी ने रागेन्द्रस्वरूप आडीटोरियम, सिविल लाइन्स, कानपुर में आयोजित ‘प्रबुद्धजन गोष्ठी’ में नगरवासियों का उत्तर देते हुए रखे। उन्होंने कहा कि बहुत से ऐसे संगठन हैं जिनमें संघ के स्वयंसेवक कार्य कर रहे हैं। जिन संगठनों में स्वयंसेवक प्रभावशाली होते हैं, उनमें संघ के विचारों का प्रतिबिम्ब दिखता है। स्वयंसेवक अपनी इच्छानुसार इन संगठनों का चुनाव करते हैं। स्वयंसेवक होने के नाते वे समय-समय पर हमसे मार्गदर्शन एवं सहायता लेते रहते हैं। किन्तु इन संगठनों की प्रथक कार्यप्रणाली होती है। संघ का उसमें कोई भी हस्तक्षेप नहीं होता है। इसी प्रकार राजनीति में स्वयंसेवक किसी भी दल को चुनने के लिये स्वतंत्र होते हैं। स्वभाववश वे ऐसे दल में जाते हैं, जहाँ राष्ट्रभक्ति की प्राथमिकता हो। स्वयंसेवक भाजपा सहित शिव सेना आदि विभिन्न राजनीतिक दलों में कार्य कर रहे हैं। वर्तमान प्रधानमंत्री जब वित्तमंत्री थे। तो संघ के कुछ स्वयंसेवक राष्ट्रजागरण के अन्तर्गत उनको संघ का साहित्य देने केे लिये गये। मनमोहन सिंह ने कहा कि संघ वाले हमेशा भाजपा का समर्थन करते हैं, उन्होंने कभी हमारा समर्थन नहीं किया। इस पर स्वयंसेवकों ने कहा कि आपने कभी हमसे समर्थन मांगा ही नहीं तो हम कैसे देते? मनमोहन सिंह ने इस सत्य को स्वीकार किया।
अयोध्या में राममन्दिर पर पूछे गये प्रश्न का उत्तर देते हुये सरसंघचालक जी ने कहा कि राम मन्दिर पर कोई भी निर्णय संतों की उच्चाधिकार समिति करती है। अयोध्या में राम मन्दिर बनाने के लिये संसद में इस पर कानून बनना आवश्यक है। इसके लिये जनजागरण करना होगा। सम्भवतः प्रयाग के महाकुम्भ में इस पर कुछ निर्णय हो सकता है। संत समाज इस पर जो भी निर्णय लेगा। संघ पूरी ताकत से इसमें सहयोग करेगा।
इसी प्रकार असम से जुड़े प्रश्न का उत्तर देते हुये भागवत जी ने कहा कि असम में दो प्रकार के घुसपैठिये हैं; एक जो किसी समस्या के कारण भारत में आये हैं, दूसरे बिना किसी विशेष कारण भारत में आकर बस गये हैं। इन घुसपैठियों को राजनीतिक दल वोटों के लालच में समर्थन कर रहे हैं जिसके कारण समस्या और विकराल होती जा रही है। न्यायालय ने इस समस्या का समाधान बताते हुये कहा है कि बांग्लादेशी घुसपैठियों को पहले ढूंढे़, चिन्हित  करें, उसके उपरान्त उन्हें बांगलादेश भेज दें। जब तक यह नहीं हो जाता है। उनके लिये अलग शरणार्थी शिविर बनाये जायें और  उनका खर्चा बांगलादेश सरकार से लिया जाये।
देश का युवा संघ की ओर आकर्षित हो रहा है। वह अनेक प्रकल्पों के माध्यमों से हमारी विचार धारा से जुड़ रहा है। युवाओं को जहाँ अच्छा दिखता है वहाँ वो पहुँच जाता है। देश के कई महानगरों में रात्रि शाखाओं में युवा बड़ी संख्याओं में आ रहे हैं। विद्यार्थी शाखायें बढ़ रही हैं। उनके आद्यतन विकास के लिए आईटी (तकनीकी) प्रशिक्षण तक की व्यवस्था संघ कर रहा है।
माननीय क्षेत्रसंघचालक ईश्वरचन्द्र जी प्रान्त संघचालक वीरेन्द्र जी कार्यक्रम के अध्यक्ष के0 बी0 अग्रवाल मंच पर उपस्थिति थे। मंचासीनों का परिचय कुंज बिहारी जी ने दिया। इस कार्यक्रम का मुख्य रूप से आनन्द जी प्रान्त प्रचारक, प्रान्त कार्यवाह ज्ञानेन्द्र जी सचान, विमल जी, मुकेश जी खाण्डेकर, अरविन्द जी, भवानी जी आदि उपस्थिति रहे। कार्यक्रम में विभाग संघचालक माननीय अर्जुनदास जी ने धन्यवाद ज्ञापित किया कार्यक्रम का समापन वन्देमातरम के साथ हुआ।

Sunday, November 4, 2012

Parampujya Madhav Go-Vigyan Anusandhan Sansthan, Bhilwada

Source: Seva-English          

Giving a new credible dimension to cow rearing 

$img_titleIndia has been a predominantly agrarian country. Cow and its progeny occupied an important place in agriculture and socio-religious life of people in India since ages. Fertilizers are obtained from cow dung often. Similarly, cow milk and yoghurt, ghee etc. prepared from cow milk was also in use of the people. Experience and experiments confirmed the medicinal values and use of panchagavya – a combination of cow milk, yoghurt, ghee, cow dung and urine. All this led to cow occupying a very sacred, religious place in Indian society.

But the increasing use of machines following industrial revolution, also affected the field of farming. Slowly animals were replaced with machines like tractors, and use of chemical fertilizers and pesticides went on increasing. This reduced the importance of cow and its progeny in agriculture. Today, rearing cows has become more cumbersome for the farmers owing to a lot many factors. Though the medicinal values of panchagavya are still relevant, it cannot b e established in today’s market economy. It is here the Bhilwada-based Parampujya Madhav Go-Vigyan Anusandhan Sansthan is playing an important role in re-establishing the lost glory and importance of cow in present-day Indian agricultural and socio-economic and religious milieu.

Panchagavya is used as base in many medicines. This Sansthan has decided to carry out further research in this direction. Cow urine is considered sacred in our culture not because of religious importance attached to cow but it has been proved medically that with consumption of cow urine many poisonous elements in our body are destroyed or rendered useless. Cow urine is also used in treatment of some diseases including cancer. Tablets have been manufactured from cow urine to kill its offensive smell. Bhasma from Cow dung, multani mitti and haldi are used for making bathing soaps. Besides this, some 42 medicines are prepared from cow dung which can resist diseases. Efforts are on to get these medicines patented with the help and guidance of scientist like Dr Vijay Bhatkar.

The research carried out at Sansthan proved that just being in company of cows helps the individuals. With this observation, arrangements are made for the people to conduct ‘sapta-gopradakshina’ (going round the cows). This especially helps the expectant mothers.

Fertilizer is produced with use of cow dung, cow urine and left over of the cattle fodder. Effective pesticides are produced with the mixing of neem leaves and cow urine in an earthen pot which is buried under the earth for some time to allow proper and perfect mixing.

With the success rate at this sansthan, the people from nearby areas have taken up once again cow rearing and using them in farming practices. This is the success of the project. 

ContactParampujya Madhav Go-Vigyan Anusandhan Sansthan
Sanskriti Mandir, 10, Ashok Nagar
Bhilwada- 31 10 10
(Rajasthan, Bharat)
Phone- 01482-223536, 271027 

How to reach
Air route:
Nearest air port is Udaypur. Udaipur-Bhilwada distance is 167 km. One can take a taxi or bus to reach Bhilwada.
Rail route: Bhilwada is well connected by rail route with Vadodara, Ajmer, Jaipur, Kanpur, Patna, Gwalior, Luck now, Delhi, Jodhpur and other places.
Land route: State transport and private buses are available from nearby places to Bhilwada.

Street Children Project, Delhi by Seva Bharati

Source: Seva-English    
undefinedPerhaps the flagship project of Delhi Seva Bharati is the ‘Street Children Project’. Children who used to dwell on streets begging for bread are now living a life filled with self-respect at Sewa Bharati's Keshav Sewa Kendra. Their lives are enlightened by education and they have understood the real meaning of life. It is housed in Keshav Sewa Kendra, Dilshad Garden, Delhi on the other bank of the river Yamuna. It was started to provide education as well as some vocational training to children of poor slum or pavement dwellers.

undefinedAbout 6,000 people reside in this colony and most of them are rickshaw pullers, labourers, beggars, sweepers, etc. Many children also struggle for bread along with their parents. Some kids dance as jokers at traffic signals, some are engaged in boot polish, some sweep the streets while some just beg on roads.

After one year’s coaching some of these children got admitted in nearby Government or Corporation schools.

undefinedThese children are oriented to develop finer values of life and adopt healthy habits. Stress is laid on cleanliness and punctuality, prayers, group songs, and yogasanas.

They are also told about the cultural panorama of our society and stories of patriotic sons and daughters of Mother Bharat are also told to them. They develop good relations with their friends and pay respects to their parents and teachers. They, thus develop reverence for cultural values. All these positive results have convinced the organizers of the need to expand the facet of social work.

The efforts of these street children have been appreciated by the society on a number of occasions. Even Delhi Chief Minister Sheela Dixit rewarded the children for their creativity.
undefinedAt present this project is run at six places with an enrolment of 450 children from the nearby slums. Ministry of Women and Child Welfare supports this project financially by providing 90 per cent grants while Sewa Bharati adds 10 per cent contribution.

undefinedThese centers are located at:-
1. Keshav Sewa Kendra, Dilshad Vihar, Kalandar Colony, Delhi- 110095
2. Lal Bagh Jhuggi Colony, Under Shahdara Fly Over, Shahdara, Delhi- 110092
3. 6/389, Khichripur, Delhi- 110091
4. Basti Vikas Kendra, Chitra Vihar, Delhi
5. Maharana Pratap Sewa Kendra, East Gokul Puri, Delhi-110094
6. Saraswati Bal Mandir, Jhandewalan, Near Jhandewalan Mata Mandir, Delhi-110055.

undefinedThe programs Seva Bharati plans for the future include creation of Care Center in various extensions in other slums or sewa bastis as they prefer to call; identifying areas which have concentration of neglected children; non-formal education centers; vocational and job-oriented training; comprehensive personality development programs and camps and, awareness building with regard to consequences of drinking, drugs etc.

The vision that works behind this unique project is ensuring physical, mental and moral sound health and well being of every child; inculcating in them cultural values and molding their character; strengthening the relationship of children with other children, his family and the community and, restoring the children’s relationship with their own families when required and when possible.

undefinedAt present, Seva Bharati makes arrangements for free education to these children; provision of school uniforms and other educational material and needs; training in skills, crafts and arts and health supervision and training.

The motto of this project is “We care for our own children. Can we step in and help a few homeless children? This will make our own children more considerate and responsive towards society,”

In our country the number of children in slums is increasing day-by-day. There is every possibility that given the environment of the slums, these children are likely to fall prey to the anti-social elements and become a threat to the society. As responsible citizens, there is definitely a lot we can do for them. We could step in and embrace these children and help them lead a life we dream for ourselves. These children are future of our country and could contribute greatly if given an opportunity. This is the rationale and motive behind starting this Street Children Project.

Seva Bharati (Street Children Project)
Keshav Sewa Kendra, Dilshad Garden
Delhi- 11 00 95
(New Delhi, India)
Phone: 011-022112004

RSS ABKM Resolution-2: Need for a Comprehensive National Security Policy vis-a-vis China

 Chennai November 4; 2012: On the third and concluding day of Akhil Bharatiya Karyakarini Mandal Baitak, the one of the highest body for policy formulation and decision making, RSS has passed another major resolution on national security issue and expressed deep concern on national security policy with China.

 Need for a Comprehensive National Security Policy vis-a-vis China

On the eve of 50 years of China – Bharat war of 1962, the Akhil Bharatiya Karyakari Mandal pays rich tributes to the thousands of brave soldiers who had laid down their lives in that war trying to defend our country’s borders. Countless stories of inspiring chivalry have been buried under the glaciated battle fields of the Himalayas in Ladakh and Arunachal Pradesh alongwith the bodies of those brave soldiers. Even after 50 years bodies of some of those soldiers are being found on the mountains.

Our soldiers were made to fight a war in which they were ill-equipped and grossly outnumbered by the enemy. What is most unfortunate is that in its ignoble attempt to hide its failures, the then political leadership of the country also suppressed the courage and sacrifice of these brave soldiers. The ABKM appeals to the nation to respectfully remember their valour and sacrifices.

The RSS ABKM reiterates its solemn and firm commitment to the integrity of Bharat. The outcome of the war of 1962 remains a sad memory for the nation. We lost around 38,000 sq. km of our territory to the Chinese aggressors in that war. The Aksai Chin region continues to be under Chinese control. Our Parliament had passed a unanimous resolution on 14 November 1962 swearing to take back every inch of the territory occupied. However, the ABKM notes with regret that instead of working towards that objective the Governments are engaged only in legalising the LAC in the name of border talks. On its part, China has not stopped its invasion after 1962. It continues to nibble away our territory through endless incursions along all the three sectors of the Bharat-Tibet border.

It is universally acknowledged that the debacle of 1962 was essentially the making of the political and diplomatic leadership of our country. Warnings by several eminent people including Sardar Patel and Sri Guruji were unheeded to by the then leadership which went about with its romantic world view totally ignoring the ground situation. China had annexed Tibet first and then launched aggression on our territory. Unfortunately, the facts of the Bharat – China war of 1962 are still hidden in the South Block cupboards. It is most unfortunate that successive Governments have refused to declassify key documents like the Henderson Brooks – PS Bhagat Report. The ABKM demands that the report be immediately declassified so that the nation would be benefitted by the knowledge of the blunders committed while the political, diplomatic and military leadership too would be able to learn many a lesson from those mistakes.

China has strategically built and upgraded its border infrastructure along Bharat-Tibet border that includes a network of air bases, missile launching pads, cantonments and other physical infrastructure. The ABKM calls upon our Government that in view of the enhanced threats from the aggressive manoeuvres of China along the border Bharat also should invest adequately in border management and security preparedness.

The demand of the Armed Forces to develop special Mountain Strike Corps is still hanging fire due to lethargy and red tape in the Government. Modern wars are not necessarily fought only on the borders. We need to develop comprehensive military technological superiority keeping in view the rapid strides China has made in this field. While we can take pride in our advances and successes in missile technology we are still dependent in a big way on imports for major military hardware.

The deep penetration of China in vital sectors like energy, information and communication technology, industry and commerce in Bharat and its designs to divert our river waters are a serious cause of concern.

The ABKM underscores the threat from China in the field of cyber technology and communications. China has invested heavily in developing strong cyber warfare capability using which it can cripple the technological capabilities of even the advanced countries like the US. Those countries are also concerned about this threat from China and are taking counter measures. While our advances in hi tech areas are noteworthy the ABKM urges the Government should give necessary importance to augmenting our cyber-security capability also.

Bharat has always strived to maintain good relations with various countries. About two decades ago we exhorted a new Look East Policy thereby trying to establish closer relations with countries to our East and South-East. We have all along been the champions of peace in the world. In order for us to achieve these lofty ideals the ABKM urges the Government that it should learn lessons from the 1962 experience and give highest priority to developing a comprehensive national security policy vis-a-vis China.

RSS ABKM Resolution-1: Violence in Asom and Nationwide Challenge of Bangladeshi Infiltrators

Chennai November 3; 2012: RSS Akhil Bharatiya Karyakarini Mandal Baitak, the one of the highest body for policy formulation and decision making, has passed a major resolution today at Chennai, on national security issue and expressed deep concern on Bangladeshi ifiltration to India.

Delegates participating in RSS National Executive Meet, Chennai November 3, 2012

Resolution No. 1

Violence in Asom and Nationwide Challenge of Bangladeshi Infiltrators

The Akhil Bharatiya Karyakari Mandal strongly condemns the July 2012 violence perpetrated by the Bangladeshi Muslim infiltrators in the Kokrajhar, Chirang and Dhubri districts of Asom, the violent demonstrations organized in various parts of the country and the conspiracy to terrorize the people of North-East living in different parts of the country to flee from their places and considers all these acts as a serious challenge to the country.  Continuously growing infiltration in the Asom and nearby areas has created state of a serious crisis.

The infiltrators have settled in large numbers in all the four districts of Bodoland Territorial Area District (BTAD) which was created as a result of an agreement with the Central and State Govts in 2003. These infiltrators have vitiated the social, cultural, natural, economic, religious and political environment over there with far reaching consequences.  Muslims had called for a bandh on May 29, 2012 demanding reservations in the Bodoland Territorial Council (BTC).  The unconstitutional assurances of providing reservations to Muslims, given by some political parties of the country flared up the situation. The situation went beyond control after the brutal murder of four Bodo youths by the Muslims on July 20, 2012. In the violence that followed, as per Govt records Ninety persons were killed and four lakhs were displaced into relief camps.  Large number of infiltrators are staying in these relief camps, they need to be identified and deported. From this point of view, the resolve of several organizations of Asom, expressed from common platform, of not allowing rehabilitation of these infiltrators is praiseworthy.

Dr.Krishna Gopal , Joint General Secretary of RSS meet the press today. Right side Dr.ManMohan Vaidhya, All India Media Cell, lncharge, N.Sadagopan, Tamilnadu Media Cell Incharge on the dias.

 Indeed, on account of illegal assistance and support being extended by the political parties having vested interests and the local residents having communal sympathy towards the Muslim infiltrators, these infiltrators are increasing their clout in local politics besides capturing land, forests, employment opportunities and other resources. Stern action against such elements extending assistance and support to these infiltrators is necessary.

The ABKM decries attempts to portray the Asom incidents in particular and Bangladeshi infiltrators’ issue in general as a Muslim issue. Inflammatory utterances of certain leaders inside and outside the Parliament about fresh wave of radicalization of Muslims and visit of MP’s belonging to only Muslim community to some select camps in the violence affected areas should be condemned by all right thinking sections of the society as efforts to give communal colour to the essentially natives versus foreigners issue.

People in the country are deeply concerned about the preplanned, aggressive and violent demonstrations organized by the Muslim fundamentalists in Mumbai, Prayag, Lucknow, Kanpur, Bareilly, Ahmedabad, Jodhpur, etc.  in the aftermath of Asom incidents.  Violent demonstrators in Mumbai have not only attacked media persons and citizens, snatched away arms from policemen and dared to derogate and destroy national monuments but also targetedly humiliated and manhandled women police personnel. It is even more serious that the Administration could neither anticipate such incidents nor is showing keenness to identify and punish the culprits.  The ABKM strongly condemns all these acts.

At the same time, the anti national elements began issuing, personally and through communication channels, threats to the people of North East residing in different parts of the country of vengeance after the Ramzan.  This forced people from Bengaluru, Pune, Hyderabad and Chennai to flee in large numbers to their homes in the North East. In this hour of crisis, thousands of patriotic persons  demonstrating highest sentiments for national integrity and sense of responsibility , stood up to provide security and all kinds of help to these fear stricken people and persuaded them not to leave their places.  That is the reason why the wave of fear did not spread to other places and the self confidence of the people of North East was restored.  The ABKM expresses hearty appreciation for all those citizens and reassures the people of North East that the whole country stands by them.  The ABKM demands from the Government to identify and bring to book such anti-national scare mongers for stringent punishment.

Inspite of the Supreme Court striking down the infiltration-friendly Illegal Migrant Determination by Tribunals Act 1983, orders of Honourable High Courts of Delhi and Guwahati for deportation of the infiltrators and senior and responsible officials repeatedly drawing the attention towards the gravity of the issue, both the Central and various State Govts motivated by their vote bank politics are only encouraging these forces, rather than acting firmly against them.  Bangladeshi infiltrators have today spread in the entire nation. These infiltrators, besides disturbing the demographic balance, are posing serious threat to the security of the country by indulging in various objectionable and illegal acts. They are involved in the circulation of fake currency, illegal trade of arms, drugs and cattle smuggling and several other criminal acts besides becoming a tool in the hands of the ISI.

The ABKM demands that the Central and State Govts, in the light of the Foreigners Act 1946 and the orders of various Courts, including the Supreme Court, should meticulously detect, deny citizenship facilities and deport all Bangladeshi infiltrators. Names of those persons who have got enlisted in the voter lists too need to be deleted immediately.   While rehabilitating the persons displaced in Asom violence, care must be taken that the infiltrators do not get resettled over there and no infiltrator gets the Adhar card. The ABKM also demands from the Govt that the work of fencing the Bangladesh border be completed without delay. The National Register of Citizens be completed systematically.

The ABKM calls upon the patriotic citizens to treat this issue as a national problem and play active role in detecting these infiltrators and deleting their names from the voter lists and also to keep in mind that engaging the infiltrators in any work assignment is not only illegal but, also a grave danger to the country.


RSS has no soft corner for anyone, no different yardstick on corruption: Datta Hosabale at ABKM

Chennai November 02-2012: RSS Joint General Secretary, Dattatreya Hosabale addressed media after the inaugural ceremnony of on going 3 day RSS national apex body meet, Akhil Bharatiya Karyakarini Mandal Baitak. Dr Manmohan Vaidya, RSS Akhil Bharatiya Prachar Pramukh was present during the press briefing. 
Dattatreya Hosabale, (centre) RSS Joint General Secretary briefing the media after the nuagural session of ABKM Chennai. November 02, 2012

THE SUMMARY of Hosabale’s press briefing is given below:
The Akhil Bharatiya Karyakarini Mandal Baitak, (ABKM) of RSS is meeting in Chennai for the first time in history. For organizational purpose RSS has two zones in Tamil Nadu, North and South. Such a meeting is being held for the first time in North Zone of Tamil Nadu. A similar meeting was held in Kanyakumari, a few years back. All office bearers are overwhelmed by the affectionate reception given by the people of Tamil Nadu. The arrangement in spite of cyclone has been superb. They are enjoying the hospitality, weather and food of Tamil Nadu.
ABKM will be concluded on November 4, 2012. We meet two times in a year. Once in March the highest apex body meet ABPS and once between Vijayadasami and Deepavali, ABKM. We will discuss the plan for three years expansion programme. As we all know the 150th birth anniversary of Swami Vivekananda will be celebrated throughout the country. Vivekananda Kendra and other organizations inspired by RSS have come together to form a celebration committee. The committee will be declared on Nov 19th at Delhi. 
The programmes will start on Dec 25th, 2012 which is a very significant day as Swami Vivekananda meditated for 3 days at the famous rock at Kanyakumari starting from this day. The programmes will be in 5 segments – Youth, Women, Intellectuals, rural area and tribal belts with the basic tenets given by Swami Ji – Thyaga and Sewa. We are going to discuss how sangh will involve in these activities. In fact the planning is going on already for six months. Each state will have a state committee and there will be an All India Committee.
RSS to pass two resolutions:
  • Resolution on the recent happenings in North East area, Assam:As we all know in the last week of July and I week of August,2012, widespread agitation happened in Bodo area due to large scale infiltration from Bangladesh.  Infiltration is continuing and has changed the demographics. In many states we find Bangladesh infiltrators residing and we can even find them in Tamil Nadu. Most of them have got voters ID and are also deciding MLAs and MPs. Recent eruption of violence is because of this tension. When violence erupted, four lakh people had to be in relief camps. Sangha Swayamsewaks have rendered necessary relief work. We want to bring this issue to the mainstream. The infiltrators should be identified and deleted from voter list. All efforts should be made to deport them back to their country.
  • Also China is girding up its loins to expand supremacy particularly in Asia. In 1962 China invaded India on 21St OCT and they packed after we had suffered a humiliating defeat. The present generation should know about the security challenge. Necessary pressure should be brought on the government of the day. Though progress has been made in internal security capabilities due to the efforts of scientists lead by Dr A P J Abdul Kalam it is not adequate compared to the preparedness of the Chinese. The meeting is going to discuss this issue and pass resolution.
  • Jan – Feb 2013: There will be Purna Kumbh Mela at Prayag. Crores of Hindus will be coming. It is a wonderful opportunity to see the huge gathering and it is planned to have discussion lead by Sadhus and Saints on Cow Protection ,Temple protection etc.,
 Once again RSS thankful to the people of Tamil Nadu and RSS volunteers from Tamil Nadu.

Questions and Answers:


1. Question: Will there be resolutions on issues related to Tamil Nadu – Mullaiperiyar, Kaveri and Sri Lanka issue.
Answer: All these issues have been discussed and in fact a resolution was passed on Sri Lanka issue some time back. Sangh does not consider this as an issue of Tamil Nadu but treats them as national issues.
2. Question: Civilizations have come through migration and people are moving all the time. How can sangh pick on infiltration from Bangladesh alone?
Answer: Though they may be from the same culture politically both Bangladesh and Pakistan are different countries. The people are different citizens. Hence the people illegally coming from the country have to be treated as infiltrators.
Whether it is possible to curb this depends on the will of the people and the will of the government.
3. Question: What will be your approach if Hindus come to this country as refugees? Will it be different?
Answer: Hindus coming from any land to India will be treated as refugees. Even to the constitution this was acceptable in 1947. For Hindus this is the only country. Hindus come here because of harassment and humiliation.
4. Question: There is a dichotomy in RSS. Hindus should be treated as refugees but others as infiltrators.
Answer: Culturally we are one. But Bangladesh and Pakistan have declared themselves as theocratic states. We have declared our country as a secular country. Hindus have no rights in those countries. They are not treated as equal. People from Bangladesh do not come here due to harassment.
5. Question: Democracy and Pluralism are the pillars of this country. Is this view not against all this?
Answer: We say that whole world is one family. Does it mean if China attacks we should consider as brother attacking us and be quiet?
6. Question: Kejriwal has attacked both BJP and Congress. What is your stand?
Answer: It is for the Congress and BJP to answer the question. Sangh has taken the stand that all those facing such allegation have to face the probe and clear themselves
7.Question: Gadkari is a swayamsewak. Will you not discuss about him in this meeting? Why you are critical of Congress on corruption what is your stand on him?
Answer: Gadkari is a swayamsewak. There can be internal discussions on the issue. Decisions on BJP matters are taken only by them. We do not interfere.
8.       Question: There was a mention of a resolution on land grabbing. Gadkari is also facing an allegation on that?
Answer: Why single out Gadkari? We are not going soft on anyone. There will be no different yardstick on corruption. Public Morality and National Integrity is supreme.
9.       Question: What do you say about the political situation?
Answer: It is very different from place to place across the country. It is difficult to say. But one thing, people of the country want a change for the better.
10.   Question: Yeddyurappa Vs Gadkari. Yeddyurappa was asked to step down but why not Gadkari?
Answer:  Yeddyurappa had to step down because after Lok Ayuktha probe. It is only media allegation in case of Gadkari. In case of Yeddyurappa it is the party that decided that he should step down.
11.   Question: There seems to be lot of politicization of society?
Answer: It is a matter of great concern. It is not good. As Dr A P J Abdul Kalam has said spiritualization is required and not politicization. It is a matter of concern that people are losing faith in political parties.