The politics of religious and pseudo-secularism is becoming inactive in conscious India

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Dr. Manmohan Vaidya 

Co-Chairman , Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh

The spectacular ceremony of construction of Shri Ram Temple in Ayodhya was witnessed by millions of Indians and people of Indian descent from all over the world. On the one hand, the dreams of the Indians were coming true after centuries of struggle and overcoming all difficulties.

Many secular leaders who politicized religion changed themselves, taking into account the Indian public opinion. Because of course they will have to face the masses in the next elections. But intellectuals-journalists who shop for the partition of India on the basis of secularism were seen to be raising a new rage. That is, the constitution is in danger, because secularism is in danger. Such statements are an attempt to create the illusion that secularism is the lifeblood of the Indian Constitution and was an integral part of it from the very beginning. This is to say that the tang horse was born with a bridle in its mouth. 

Intellectuals who claim to be constitutionalists claim that the constitution is in danger. The implication of the word secular was the biggest threat to the constitution. It is not that our constitution makers were not familiar with secularism. India   \’ Secular-Socialist-Republic \” to say of Shri. T. There was a lot of discussion in the Constituent Assembly on the suggestion made by Shah. Dr. Ambedkar and many other great leaders were of the view that India did not need secularism. ( it was found   unnecessary). Europe\’s 1000 years of religious state  (thiokra move tick State)The need for secularism arose in response to and came into existence. Such a situation has never arisen in the thousands of years of India\’s history and due to our spiritually integrated and all-encompassing Hindu thinking, the event makers did not see such a possibility in the future.

The  term (secularism) was added to the constitution in 1976, when the country was declared a state of emergency, democracy was paralyzed and the opposition was absent from parliament (because many opposition leaders were in prison and those who were not in prison were underground). In a well-organized Indian judiciary, there is a provision to challenge the decisions of the lower courts in the high court. If there is no satisfaction, the door of the Supreme Court can be knocked and if the decision of the Supreme Court does not solve the problem, then there is a facility to present one\’s opinion to the bench of judges. But none of these processes were used to include the term secular, which is not incidental. The change was made in the preamble of the constitution in the fear of emergency, when there was no need, when there was no demand and without any discussion. This was the biggest threat to the constitution.

The word \’secularism\’ is used to confine the people\’s consciousness What exactly is the meaning of the word that has created conflict in national and social life is a matter of controversy. There is no definition of this word in the constitution. Attempts are being made to confuse the masses by imposing this outside concept on the constitution and making it prestigious in the country. This means that Hindus have the same tradition of looking at all cults in the same light or giving equal rights and opportunities to all. As a Hindu-majority nation, from the very beginning of the Indian Constitution (1950), it included the rights and opportunities of all sects. Not only this, the constitution has given special rights to the followers of minority worship sects, which the majority Hindus do not have. Despite these provisions, what is the purpose of adding the word secular to the constitution overnight? An analysis of the events that took place in India under the guise of secularism shows that secularism was included in the constitution only to disrupt the religious politics in the country and to give the divisive forces the freedom and protection to make their case. What is the state of society today because of this? Strict religiosity and separatism are being nurtured freely in the name of secularism. They are being encouraged. On the contrary, those who oppose this disruptive attitude are being denigrated as sectarian.

 One of our \’secular\’ prime ministers had strongly argued that the first right to the country\’s resources belonged to the minorities (ie Muslims). Leaders of many secular parties often raise the issue of granting reservations on religious grounds, even though the High and Supreme Courts often reject them and not allow them to do so. If India is a secular state, then there should be no government subsidy for Hajj. Considering the opinion of the scholars of Islam, without any help, the Hajj pilgrimage performed at one\’s own risk is acceptable to Islam. That is why there is no government support for Hajj in any other Muslim country. If it is being done in India, it is against secularism and also against Islam. In the midst of chaos, conspiracies such as vote bank politics, scholarships on the basis of religion, bicycles for Muslim girls studying, financial assistance for the marriage of Muslim girls are openly unfolding. Then the ears of those who say \’Secularism is in danger\’ are closed. Secularism was not heard to be in danger when a secular state government announced a pilgrimage to Jerusalem at government expense for Christians in the wake of financial government support for the Hajj. The defenders of secularism were sitting with a pinch of salt in their mouths when a state government unabashedly split the incident and declared Muslim reservations three times, despite Courtton\’s outright denial. Why is secularism involved in stating the government\’s authority on donations given by devotees at Hindu shrines and blindfolding them while spending money collected from other religious places? Discrimination on the basis of religion is not expected in a secular system. But those who say \’secularism is in danger\’ remain silent on the matter. Secularism was not heard to be in danger when a secular state government announced a pilgrimage to Jerusalem at government expense for Christians in the wake of financial government support for the Hajj. The defenders of secularism were sitting with a pinch of salt in their mouths when a state government unabashedly split the incident and declared Muslim reservations three times, despite Courtton\’s outright denial. How is secularism involved in stating the government\’s authority on donations given by devotees at Hindu shrines and blindfolding them while allocating money collected from other religious places? Discrimination on the basis of religion is not expected in a secular system. But those who say \’secularism is in danger\’ remain silent on the matter. Secularism was not heard to be in danger when a secular state government announced a pilgrimage to Jerusalem at government expense for Christians in the wake of financial government support for the Hajj. The defenders of secularism were sitting with a pinch of salt in their mouths when a state government shamelessly cracked down on the incident and declared Muslim reservation three times, despite Courtton\’s outright denial. Why is secularism involved in stating the government\’s authority on donations given by devotees at Hindu shrines and blindfolding them while spending money collected from other religious places? Discrimination on the basis of religion is not expected in a secular system. But those who say \’secularism is in danger\’ remain silent on the matter. The defenders of secularism were sitting with a pinch of salt in their mouths when a state government unabashedly split the incident and declared Muslim reservations three times, despite Courtton\’s outright denial. Why is secularism involved in stating the government\’s authority on donations given by devotees at Hindu shrines and blindfolding them while spending money collected from other religious places? Discrimination on the basis of religion is not expected in a secular system. But those who say \’secularism is in danger\’ remain silent on the matter. The defenders of secularism were sitting with a pinch of salt in their mouths when a state government unabashedly split the incident and declared Muslim reservations three times, despite Courtton\’s outright denial. Why is secularism involved in stating the government\’s authority on donations given by devotees at Hindu shrines and blindfolding them while spending money collected from other religious places? Discrimination on religious grounds is not expected in a secular system. But those who say \’secularism is in danger\’ remain silent on the matter. Why is secularism involved in stating the government\’s authority on donations given by devotees at Hindu shrines and blindfolding them while spending money collected from other religious places? Discrimination on the basis of religion is not expected in a secular system. But those who say \’secularism is in danger\’ remain silent on the matter. How is secularism involved in stating the government\’s authority on donations given by devotees to Hindu shrines and blindfolding them while spending money collected from other religious places? Discrimination on religious grounds is not expected in a secular system. But those who say \’secularism is in danger\’ remain silent on the matter.

 A few days ago, there was a sponsored religious violence in Bangalore. A satirical article on this incident was read. \”Those who stand disciplined and peacefully on both sides of the road to protect the temple have a religion, but there is no \’religion\’ of the mob running for violence and destruction.\” This is called secular journalism. A comment by the name of Tareq Fateh, a well-known journalist, was circulating on social media. It is – \’India is one of the major cultures where you are taught to hate your own heritage and glorify the invaders who are destroying the country\’ and this nonsense is called secularism. (India is the only major civilized country where you are taught to hate your heritage and glorify the invaders who came to destroy it. And this (absurdity) is called “secularism”.)

Secularists in India generally say that opposing Hindutva, Hindu tradition, Hindu beliefs through their words and deeds is an expression of secularism. That is why it is secularism to be on the same stage with people of strict religious thought like Owaisi, and it is righteousness to be on the stage with ascetics like Yogiji. It is secularism for a politician to wear a shroud on a shrine, to hold an Iftar party at the government\’s expense, but to participate in a temple\’s prestige or foundation stone is religiosity, meaning \” secularism is in danger . \” \” Ishawasyam idam Sarvam yadakincita jagatyama living \” – Of course, in the Indian tradition of believing that there is a shadow of God over the whole world, it is the age-old custom to perform every deed with divine abode. Indian spirituality of revelation is a form of righteousness ( communal act) No. Saraswati is the presiding deity of knowledge, Dhanvantari is the presiding deity of medicine, Nataraja of music and dance, Hanuman of wrestling, Vishwakarma of craftsmanship. He begins his work by appealing to the presiding deity, be it a Hindu or a Muslim or any other Indian devotee of every religion. Secularism is not opposed to doing so. But in India, fanatical, jihadi and anti-social forces began to oppose such traditions in the name of secularism, calling them religious. Political and minority political parties supported or ignored these divisive and religious principles for their own political interests. A Muslim contractor who came to work as a carpenter at the house of one of our familiar journalists told him that tomorrow is Vishwakarma Jayanti. We will not work. The Muslim contractor then convinced the Hindu journalist of the importance of Vishwakarma Jayanti. It is easy for the common man in India to understand this Indian idea but the people of secular tribes cannot understand it. Or pretend not to understand. From this new perspective, we see the changing definition of secularism – secularism is the opposite of (Hindu) cults.

Spirituality based on ( spirituality-based view-of-life) here forever from the contemplation integrated and displayed all-round way of life. Consider this thought out of the country or Hindutva ( Hinduness) began to be known. The two divided countries of the same society in 1947 and their constitutions are very different. From this one can guess our all-encompassing Indian mentality. Pakistan has not been able to set an example of generosity and inclusiveness that India has set before the world through its state constitution.   The root cause of the generosity of India\’s constitution is our Hindu majority. On the contrary, denying Hindutva and staying away from Hindutva is a shortcoming in the constitution of Pakistan. If secularism means treating all religions equally, then only Hindus in this country have done so. Going beyond that, Hindus\” Ek Sat Vipra: Bahudha Vadanti \” comes to mind, meaning \”there is only one truth which has been given different names by intelligent people.\” In his lecture at the World Council of Religions in 1893, Swami Vivekananda introduced India as the  \’ Mother of All Religions \’ . In that speech, he says, followers of many religions of the world came to India in different periods of suffering and despite Hindu tradition, they got complete freedom to follow their cults here. Going beyond tolerance, we accept all sects. ( \”We go beyond tolerance, we accept all ways to be true\”). Only Hindus have been saying, doing and living like this.

Attempts have been made in our country for the last several decades to call such liberal Hindutva religious and to give prestige to true religious thought as secular. Some time ago, we had an in-depth discussion on the subject of India with Suvidya, a young sister of a well-known activist. She wants to write. So I asked her to write down her thoughts on the discussion we had.  What she wrote highlighted the ill effects of secularism. He is literally giving.

I am Indian, until a few days ago I lived in India. I think it has to do with physical, geographical and rarely cultural realities. 

I am also a Hindu. But I felt that my passion – which is very personal – had nothing to do with my national identity. Until a few days ago, I did not think of uniting our faith and national identity. I used to think the two were different. In fact, I was of the clear opinion that the two should not be brought together. 

Urban, modern, progressive Indians like us are already given the child to not forge their religious and national identities. It is right to be a patriot, but in the workplace or in public events, one is taught to keep one\’s Hindu identity out. Because it can hurt other Indian religions.

Being a Hindu and being an Indian are two different things and it is a common misconception that they should be treated as such. So   the one who unites the two is considered a sectarian who ignores the other sects.

We are taught that India belongs to every religion. It is taught that India is a country of different cultures.

A few days ago, I had a discussion on this subject. It happened with Vaidya. Rashtriya Swayamsevak is an organization which considers India as a Hindu Nation and strongly believes in the spread of Hindutva ideology. It is an organization that looks at everyone in India from a saffron perspective. That\’s the way it is, or at least for a few days before this discussion.

The real question for upasanapanthanca sekyularavada ( being known to have anti-religion & irreligious or non-religious) is not required. In fact, no one can be secular. Anyone who says that is either lying or pretending. It is natural for everyone to have a spiritual concept or religion in their life. Hindu, Muslim, Christian, Parsi, Jews, Jains, Buddhists, Sikhs, Vaishnava, Shaiva, goddess worshipers, worshipers of nature or an atheist ( atheist)It can be any of these. He has the right and freedom to live according to his beliefs and convictions. It does not interfere with secularism. Secularism expects all religions to be treated equally. Acharya Vinoba Bhave has given a very simple definition of being a Hindu. In this way, he says, liberation is a non-Hindu thought. In this way too, liberation is a Hindu thought. (Salvation through this way only- non Hindu; Salvation through this way also– Hindu).

It is impossible for a person to be secular and he does not need to be, I think. The state is expected to be secular. State transportation ( State Transport Corporation) Secular real first. For that, the president of that transport system does not need to be secular. It is expected to treat passengers equally. But the argument that the same system will be available to all only when the driver and the conductor are secular is irrational. Many drivers in India start their work by remembering the deity and bowing to their vehicle. How will this hinder secularism? If the transport system becomes secular, everyone will be able to take advantage of it in the same way, there will be no discrimination. The conductor will charge the same for all. In ticket money based on religion, there will be no discrimination in seating. Understand special facilities for women, the elderly or the disabled. But in a secular system, these concessions have no religious basis. It is secular to give equal privileges to all even under the political system, be it government or semi-government.

Following our discussion, the young woman completed an article based on her thoughts: 

A few days ago, my team\’s office bearer Dr. The issue was discussed with Manmohan Vaidya. As I spoke, I realized how far my knowledge of the subject was from the truth. I first heard and understood what it means to be a Hindu. I realized that being Indian or being Indian is no different. In fact, the two are the same. Hindutva (Hinduism is not an exact but a temporary translation of the word) is a way of life. When religion was not even a concept, life existed here on the back of the world. People\’s lives expanded in the same way. In time, religion divided the country into two parts. Today, the confusion of cults may be visible, but in the future, the way of life in India will remain the same. 

Say India or say India, it is the center of this lifestyle, the soul of this nation, its heartbeat, its nurture is a celebration of this diversity. Being a Hindu is a celebration of this diversity and an awareness of the inherent unity within external differences. India extends beyond a few lines drawn on the map. It is a concept of inclusion and humanity that has been on the rise for generations. In the same way, being a Hindu means going beyond the worship of God that we are doing. It is a festival of different paths that ultimately leads to the same God. This Hindutva has the whole essence of this country. Being a Hindu makes me an Indian and being an Indian makes me a Hindu. Then it doesn\’t matter who I join hands with or who I greet. During the discussion I realized that my knowledge in this matter was far from the truth. 

I first heard and understood what it means to be a Hindu. I understood that it is not different from being Indian or Indian. In fact, the two are the same. Hindutva (Hinduism is not an exact but a temporary translation of the word) is a way of life. When religion was not even a concept, life existed here on the back of the world. People\’s lives expanded in the same way. In time, religion divided the country into two parts. 

Today, the confusion of cults may be visible, but in the future, the way of life in India will remain the same. 

Say India or say India, it is the center of this lifestyle, the soul of this nation, its heartbeat, its nurture is a celebration of this diversity. Being a Hindu is a celebration of this diversity and an awareness of the inherent unity within external differences. 

India extends beyond a few lines drawn on the map. 

It is a concept of inclusion and humanity that has been growing in the face of attacks from generation to generation. 

In the same way, being a Hindu means going beyond the worship of God that we are doing. It is a festival of different paths that ultimately leads to the same God. This Hindutva is the whole essence of this country.

Being a Hindu makes me an Indian and being an Indian makes me a Hindu. It doesn\’t matter to me who I join hands with or who I greet. \” 

In today\’s conscious India, the politics of religion (communal) seems to be inactive and divisive plans are failing. Therefore, if everyone removes the blindfold of \”Constitution is in danger because secularism is in danger\”, it is clear that there is an awareness of nationalism in the society, the threat of secularism on the country and the Constitution has been averted and the traditional majority in India 

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