Nearly 21,000 Muslims Embraced Hinduism

published on January 14, 2009


Development of villages is must for development of the country—Shiv Prakash



Courtesy:www.organiser.org


A total of 21 Prathamik Shiksha Vargas were held across Uttarakhand
from December 26, 2008 to January 2, 2009. According to RSS Uttarakhand
Prant Pracharak Shri Shiv Prakash some of the vargas were held in
remote areas. Members of Prant Karyakarini attended all the camps. Shri
Shiv Prakash himself attended ten camps. A total of 2,182 swayamsevaks
from 700 places participated in the camps.

Addressing the swayamsevaks at SGRR Inter College at Bhauwala
in Dehradun, Shri Shiv Prakash said swayamsevaks are today engaged in
various constructive activities. One of them is development of
villages. He pointed out that swayamsevaks have adopted about 800
villages of the country for their total development. Swayamsevaks are
striving hard to raise the standard of education and living and are
disseminating awareness about the protection of environment there. The
children who do not go to schools are inspired to go to schools. He
emphasised the village temples should not merely be the place of
worship but they should also be the place of infusing a sense of
harmony into the people where people learn to co-operate one another.

He said the Hindus should also embrace the Muslims whose
ancestors were Hindu and a large section of them are willing to come
back to their roots. He pointed out that about 15000 Muslims embraced
Hinduism on December 25, 2008 in Agra and about 6000 Muslims were
brought back to Hinduism at Roorkee in Haridwar last year.
This process
should go on. He said the yugdharma says the Hindus should accept the
Muslims who want to come back to Hinduism. 


(By Ravindra Saini)

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