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Contribution of RSS in Restoring democracy when Congress Party crushed Democracy and imposed Emergency in India.

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Dr.Shyama Prasad Mukherjee – An Icon for Positive Nationalism

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Christian Missionaries, Nehru and Hindus

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The Ministry of Tourism has sanctioned the project ‘Development of Rajsamand (Kumbhalgarh Fort)- Jaipur (Nahargarh Fort)- Alwar (Bala Quila)– Sawai Madhopur (Ranthambore Fort and Khandar Fort)– Jhalawar (Gagron Fort)– Chittorgarh (Chittorgarh Fort) Jaisalmer (Jaisalmer Fort) Hanumangarh (Kalibangan, Bhatner Fort and Gogamedi)- Jalore (Jalore Fort)- Udaipur (Pratap Gaurav Kendra)- Dholpur (Bagh-i-Nilofar and Purani Chawni)– Nagaur (Meera …

Exactly 44 years ago Emergency Imposed – 26th June 1975 ( midnight of June 25th)  — The Day When Bharat’s democratic rights were crushed. The only time that Independent India saw democratic rights completely being crushed was under the Congress rule. It is fashionable among India’s elitist “intellectual” circles to target anyone related to the Hindu renaissance …

Compiled By Somesh R.K. Shyamaprasad was the hindutva leader and celebrated intellectual of Independence era. Dr. B. R. Ambedkar and Dr. Shaymaprasaad Mukherjee were the only non-congress leaders who could have made place in the first cabinet of free India. The major public sector economic initiatives are the results of consistent efforts by Dr. Shyamprasad. …

Dr. Shyama Prasad Mukherjee Dr. Shyama Prasad Mukherjee, alternately known as Dr.Syama  Prasad Mookherjee, founder President of Bharatiya Jan Sangh was born in Calcutta on July 06, 1901. Dr.Mukherjee the illustrious son of Sir Ashutosh Mukherjee, “the Tiger of Bengal” and Smt. Jogmaya Debiwas a statesman who fought not only against foreign rulers but also …

How Jawaharlal Nehru Opened India’s Gates to Christian Missionaries for Converting Hindus The history of the Indian freedom struggle was dominated almost wholly by inspiration, symbolism, heroes, motifs, literature, poetry, and episodes drawn from the vast and rich Sanatana repertoire. Recall that even Gandhi was called “Mahatma” Gandhi, a term that connotes a completely Hindu spiritual meaning. …