We at Bharat Marg are convinced, Not only Modi Ji will win the election and continue to take Bharat in the path of growth and development.. He will win big. We mean very big like never before. This upcoming 5 years are going to be very important and demanding for each of the Karyakartha including the PM of Bharat in the construction of Hindu Rastra.
Having too many things to do such as, Ram Janmabhoomi Bhavya Mandir Construction, Elimination of Article 370 that gives unwanted special power to Kashmir, Resettlement of Kashmiri Hindus, removing the illegal Rohingya Muslims by implementing NRC (National Register of Citizens) nationwide, finding great cabinet ministers and leaders who could blossom tomorrow and take the country in the right path after Modi ji. Other than that, cleaning up judicial system of India, Educational system, heath care, solving water crisis of Bharat and much more.
In nutshell, coming 5 years will be the foundation time for building Ram Rajya where the criminals and corrupt, fear, hardworking good people have confidence, women feel safe and secured, Illegal and anti-national elements get filtered out… In a nutshell… Building Hindu Rashtra.
When we say Hindu Rashtra, many so called Secular Liberals start spreading the fear and propaganda. Best way to understand what is Hindu Rashtra could be from RSS chief Shri Mohan Ji Bhagwat as he explains
‘Hindu Rashtra’ does not mean it has no place for Muslims or others, as this concept is inclusive of all faiths and religions. “The Sangh works towards universal brotherhood and the cardinal principle of this brotherhood is unity in diversity. This thought comes from our culture, which the world calls Hindutva. Hindutva talks about Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam. That’s why we call it a Hindu Rashtra,” he said.
Hindutva is the essence of Indian cultural values and is aimed at fostering brotherhood among people of different faiths and views. Sri Bhagwat also said Hindutva is synonymous with the concept of Bhartiya, which is used to define all Indians and is reflective of unity in diversity.
Citing the example of a Muslim player who was facilitated by Hindus in 1881, Sri Bhagwat said even believers of Islam had said that there methodology of worship might be different, but they were sons of ‘Bharat Mata’ only.
What Hindu Rashatra really mean? What world thinks when they hear the word Hindu? Check this one below.
When the Shahi Imam of Jama of Delhi went to Mecca on a pilgrimage, a local resident asked him, “Are you a Hindu?” The Imam was startled by this question and replied, “No, I am a Muslim.” When Imam Saheb asked him the reason for calling him a Hindu, he replied that all Hindustanis were called Hindu there. (Saptahik Hindustan, May 1,1977)
Replying to the felicitation at the Indian Association Lahore, on February 3, 1884, Sir Syed Ahmed the founder of Aligarh University said, “We normally associate the word Nation with Hindus and Mussalmans. In my opinion, the concept of nation is not to be linked with one’s religious beliefs because all of us, whether Hindus or Mussalmans, have grown in this soil, enjoy common points of sustenance and prosperity and share common rights. This verily, is the basis for both these our sections in Hindustan to come together under the common name Hindu Nation. The term Hindu should not be identified with the Hindu community. All sections–whether they be Mussalman or Christian — are Hindu.” (Hamari Ekta Delhi April 15,1979)
A Frenchman asked an Indian, “What is your religion?” The reply was, “Hindu.” The Frenchman countered: “That is your nationality; but what is your religion?”
In fact, neither Arabs, nor Frenchmen nor the people of any other country have any doubt that “Hindu” connotes the nationality of this land. Arnold Toynbee in his monumental work A Study of History uses invariably the word Hindu to denote the race, the society and the civilisation born and grown here over the past millennia and extending right up to the present day.
Anyone who is the national of this country, irrespective of being a Shaiva, Shakta, Vaishnava, Sikh, Jain, Muslim, Christian, Parsi, Buddist or Jew by way of his creed or mode of worship, is a Hindu. As Justice M.C. Chagla has forcefully put it, “The French, with their sense of logic and precision, call Indians irrespective of their caste or community as Hindus. I think that is a correct description of all those who live in this country and consider it their home. In true sense, we are all Hindus although we may practise different religions. I am a Hindu because I trace my ancestry to my Aryan forefathers and I cherish the philosophy and the culture which they handed down to successive generations.
Hindu Rashtra was established by many kings in the past. Maharaj Shivaji when he established the Hindu Kingdom, promised Mata Tulja Bhavani that he will be fair to all and protect all. As per the rule of Hindu Rashtra, Shivaji Maharaj made sure no Muslim women lose their life or dignity after defeating the Muslim kings, even though that was just the opposite in their culture.
Same with other emperors and dynasties such as Krishna Devaraya, Mauria, Lalitaditya Muktapida, Cholas, Cheras And many more heroes through out the history of Bharat. Hindu Rashtra means Appeasement to none… Justice for All !! Hindu Rashtra means No crime. Hindu Rashtra means Ram Rajya, Hindu Rashtra means Women are not only treated equal but special.. and more.
Let’s join hands with Modi Ji to build a Hindu Rashtra and make Bharat as a shining light to the world as it was always. Jai Sia Ram Ji Ki !! Jai Bharat Maa Ki !!