India Rising As A ‘Vishwa Guru,’ RSS Chief

New Delhi : , Nov 22, 2012 : Chief Mohan Bhagwat of Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh, Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS), said Monday that India was now on the rise not only to be a superpower, but also to become an Vishwa Guru or World Leader.
As the BJP claims that India has risen in stature around the globe since its election, Modi’s statement can be seen as being an endorsement for the efforts of Prime Minister NarendraModi.

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Mohan Bhagwat, speaking at the Bharat Vidkas Parishad, Vigyan Bhavan in Delhi, said that despite the fact that India has been divided into three different parts, India is still a powerful country today.Mohan Bhagwat stated that India has the potential to rise, not just to be a superpower but also to become an ‘Vishwa Guru.

It is necessary to be a “Vishwa Guru”, which means being number one in every aspect — environment, strategy, and economic.

The Sangh chief, Dr Suraj Prakash spoke at Vigyan Bhavan’s closing ceremony for the centenary of his birth.

He explained different aspects of the concept of development and stated that it is not just about material advancement.Only a country is considered developed if it has all-round development.

He stated that India had its definition of development, and the world must share this.

Bhagwat has also published a book titled “Coffee Table”, which is a compilation of Bharat Vikas Parishad’s speeches, and one on Bhaiyyaji Joshi’s speeches.

The RSS chief presented mementoes to public service and also honored several nurses staff, doctors, and ward boys for their tireless work during the Covid pandemic.Chief guests included Mahendra Kumar Dhanuka, an industrialist and Gajendra Singh Sandhu, National President of India Development Council.

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