Indian nationalism does not involve posing a threat to other countries, according to RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat

Mohan Bhagwat: Indian nationalism does not pose a danger to others, but it is not our nature . Mohan Bhagwat: Our nationalism asserts that the world is one family .

New Delhi (New Delhi): The Indian nationalist ideology promotes the idea of Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam, it does not pose a threat to any nation and hence there cannot be a Hitler in India, according to RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat.The head of the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) held a presentation at the Sankalp Foundation and a group of retired bureaucrats here.Our nationalism does not pose a danger to others, but it is not our nature.Our nationalism asserts that the world is one family (Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam), and this sentiment is echoed throughout the world.

Everyone talks about the international economy, but only India talks about Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam, the founder of the United Nations Economic Forum.We not only work on building a single family in the world, he said.India's notion of nationalism is different from other conceptions of nationalism, which are either based on religion or one langue or common self-interest of individuals, he said.He said that diversity has been part of Indias concept of nationalism since ancient times, and that having different languages and different ways of worshiping God is normal for us.

We like to call it Bharat Mata because of this.Nripendra Misra, chairman of the Ayodhya Ram Temple building commission and former prime minister, said that the Sankalp Foundation has been supporting promising and needy students and their studies for 36 years.The school is an RSS-backed training academy for UPSC applicants.Krishna Gopal, the RSS joint general secretary, is one of the institute's mentors.