Need to conserve India’s Vedic culture : RSS chief

06-10-2017
UCAN

Addressing a gathering here on the occasion of "Bharatatma" award ceremony in the name of late Vishwa Hindu Parishad leader Ashok Singhal, Bhagwat said that India is leaving its footprint in the world.

"India is leaving its footprint in the world... This is happening now... we will achieve our target...," he said, adding that the Vedic culture again needs to be spread so that it is easily understood by the world.

"There is need again to research the different aspects of Vedas... We need to move ahead in this direction...We need to popularise it... because it is a solution," Bhagwat said.

He said, the Vedas need to popularise in local languages so that "we can show the world that Vedas have all the solutions to the world".

On the occasion, the best Veda student, best teacher and best Veda school award was distributed.

Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath also attended the event and said that his government has recently announced a fund for establishing a Vedic School in Kashi.

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