According to RSS president Mohan Bhagwat, there cannot be a Hitler in India since Indian nationalism promotes the ideal of “Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam” and poses no danger to any nation.
The Sankalp Foundation and a group of former bureaucrats hosted a talk by the head of the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) in New Delhi.
“Our nationalism doesn’t threaten anyone else; that’s not who we are,” Our nationalism promotes the idea that everyone on earth is a member of one big family (Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam)… As a result, there cannot be a Hitler in India, and if there were, the populace would overthrow him, he added.
“Everyone discusses the global market, but only India talks regarding ‘Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam.’ Not only this, but we also work towards making the world one family,” he said.
He emphasized that unlike other notions of nationalism, which are founded on religion, a single language, or a people’s shared self-interest, India’s definition of nationalism differs from other concepts of nationalism.
He said that since ancient times, India’s definition of nationality had included various “Different languages and ways of worshipping God are natural to us.
This land provides value in addition to food and water.
That’s why we refer to her as Bharat Mata.”
Nripendra Misra, the Ayodhya Ram Temple building committee’s chairman and a former principal secretary to the prime minister presided over the event and noted that the Sankalp Foundation had supported deserving and capable students for 36 years.
The foundation is a UPSC prep school supported by the RSS. Krishna Gopal, the joint general secretary of the RSS, is one of the institute’s mentors.