Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh, Sangha shiksha varg Samarop (Valedictory Program) of Telangana Pranta was held today at Sri Vidya Vihar School, Annojiguda, Hyderabad. Total of 580 trainees from 380 places participated in the 21 day rigorous training program. Sangha Shiksha Varga is an annual training event held in all states of the country.
Dr. BVR Mohan Reddy garu, Padma Shri Awardee and Executive Chairman of CYIENT ( Formerly Infotech Enterprises Ltd ) was the chief guest for the valedictory program. In his message to the participants he spoke about what makes him Proud to be Hindu. He emphasized on the three aspects Education, Values and Society, which are important for holistic development of an individual and the nation. Dr. Mohan Reddy appreciated the trainees for attending and showing utmost discipline and the trainers who gave voluntary training to the participants.
The chief speaker, Dakshin Madhya Kshetra Pracharak, Shri Ale Shyam Kumar ji spoke about how Hindu society has overcome the challenges over centuries, be it Islamic invasions or the European aggressions for more than 8 centuries. The Hindu society has an innate strength to overcome challenges. Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh is focused on nourishing this strength by character building and inculcating Patriotism.
Sangh Swayamsevaks focused on removing the social discrimination within our society. Our scriptures conveyed the spirit of oneness and our ancestors lived for egalitarian values. However in the past few centauries discriminatory practices have crept into our society. The Swayamsevaks are working towards temple entry for all, common cremation ground and availability of common water sources for all. We must put an end to discrimination of all kinds.
Shri Shyam Kumar also spoke about the current attacks on Hindu society in West Bengal. He condemned the unconstitutional proposal of 12% Religious reservations to Muslims in Telangana. Concluding his speech he urged everybody to protest the Chinese aggression by boycotting Chinese consumer goods and to take up one positive task towards nation building.
Hindu thought is integral in its approach and when the entire society has pride in Hindutva and each individual plays his part in positive development, we will be able to realise the Vision of Swami Vivekananda of a glorious Bharat.