RSS announces 'Akhand Bharat Day', millions of workers will take a pledge on August 14

Aug 13 2019 03:27 PM
RSS announces 'Akhand Bharat Day', millions of workers will take a pledge on August 14

New Delhi: Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) will celebrate the Akhand Bharat Day on August 14, a day before Independence Day on behalf of the RSS and its affiliates. However, in some places, such programs will also take place on August 15. The Sangh organizes such events every year. On this day, in branches across the country where the Sangh workers will resolve to have a united India, the programme organised by various units will invite expert speakers to discuss the realization of the dream of a united India.

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In the book of H.V. Seshadri, the thinker of the association, the Tragic Story of Partition, a lot of emphasis has been laid on the idea of a divided India. The Sangh believes that on August 15, we had independence, but we have also suffered a profound wound to the partition of the motherland. The association also says that the path of integrity is cultural, not military action. The basis of India's integrity is culture and history over geography.

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In Delhi, preparations are on for several Sangh units to organise such events. Invitation letters are also being sent to union workers and ideological advocates. On behalf of the Janakpuri Nagar unit of the RSS, the monolithic Bharat Sankalp and Bharat Mata Poojan Programme have been organised at the MCD Community Building. The invitation letter says that every Indian citizen has the same golden dream of a monolithic India. So let us all come together once again to resolve the united India.

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