“To know India, study Vivekananda. In him everything is positive and nothing negative.”

via Krishna Kumar published on January 12, 2011

Swami Vivekananda need no introduction to us. He was the most influential personality of 21st century who changed the mind set of Indians. In 1985, Government of India declared his birthday as the National Youth Day of India. As Rabindranath Tagore said ” “If you want to know India, study Vivekananda. In him everything is positive and nothing negative.”

It is heartening to see that more and more people recognize the importance of his messages. His 150th birth anniversary celebrations are being planned in a grand way. Though it falls in 2013, organizations like Sri Ramakrishna mission has decided to celebrate it by way of launching four year long programs starting today. One good thing we see here is the understanding of the importance of his messages by people belonging to all hues of politics and ideologies.

 Even the apostles of pseudo secularism are forced to accept this Hindu monk, who never shyed away from upholding India’s Hindu identity and heritage. Probably the leftists are the ones who are yet to appreciate his real importance in Indian life. Coincidentally Param Poojaniya Doctorji’s (1889) 125th birth anniversary is on 1st April 2014. Though Sangh doesn’t belong to the league of organizations which fall for leader worship, this opens up a unique time window for concerted efforts to strengthen Hindutva. From 1st January 2013 to 15th May 2014, the time period can be observed as “500 days of Vision In Action”. A period of intense campaign, re-dedication and service to poor. It will help spreading the vision of India’s real youth icon Swami Vivekananda and the most successful implementor of his vision – Param Poojaniya Doctorji.

For More Details
http://www.awakeningindia.org
http://vision-in-action.blogspot.com

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