Mohan Bhagwat Says Hinduism Not Just for India at Encyclopedia’s Release
At the Encyclopedia of Hinduism’s release, Mohan Bhagwat claimed that Hinduism was not the property of Indians. It was meant to be shared with everyone.
Mohan Bhagwat, the chief of Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh, and many other prominent leaders recently gathered for the release of the Encyclopedia of Hinduism. During this conference, he stated that Hinduism is not the property of India, which may surprise many people. However, his follow-up statements answer many inquiring minds by clarifying that Hinduism is an incredible uniting force that can gather everyone under the same founding principles and lifestyle, rather than any specific group of people. By unifying philosophies, society and relationships can advance even more quickly and significantly.
Vast Collection of Articles
The Encyclopedia of Hinduism is an 11 volume collection written to showcase India and the Hindu culture. It encompasses many areas, including science, religion, community, philosophy, society, and spirituality. The material was compiled over the course of 25 years by more than 1,000 spiritual leaders, scholars, and others. While Hindu is the main subject, the perspectives of other religions are sporadically included, such as Buddhism. Many significant followers of one of the world’s oldest religions felt Hinduism deserved a proper encyclopedia based on the growing demand and the massive following. Mohan Bhagwat praised the collection as it would help current and future generations answer any questions about the faith.
The spiritual heads, particularly within Indian culture, feel the major religious principles and guidelines could benefit everyone around the world, even though over ninety percent are based throughout India. Also, this lifestyle, shown throughout the new encyclopedia, involves much more than just spirituality. It covers every aspect of life and the ideologies that contribute massively to the daily lives of the one billion devout supporters. Mohan Bhagwat is the strongest supporter of this idea, and the fact that he leads the nationalist group of Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh gives him a strong and influential voice, particularly during the gathering for the release of the new encyclopedia of Hinduism.