Mohan Bhagwat believes that Hindu society must develop in order to accomplish good in the world.

Indian strategy is to guide those that disagree. It is not a doctrine that regards itself as correct and others as wrong. The British peoples attitude was also the same. The author said that once partition had occurred, it would not happen again.

India (Uttar Pradesh) India — On Thursday, Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh chief Mohan Bhagwat said that Hindu society should become strong in order to do good to the world.We should study the history and accept its truth, he said.In order to do good to the world, Hindu society should be able to do good to it.India's suffering during partition should not be underestimated.

It is not a doctrine that regards itself as correct and others as wrong.However, the Islamic invaders ideology was to disregard others as wrong and themselves as correct.The British people's attitude was also the same.According to him, this was the primary source of conflict in the past.

This is the India of 2021, not 1947.The author said that once partition had occurred, it would not happen again.Krishnanand Sagar, the author, said, The inspiration to write the book came from great figures who shielded the country from religious fanatics before and just after independence.I conducted interviews with many great personalities and wrote chapters accordingly, Sagar said.

We have been taught the history incorrectly, said Vidya Bharati, a special guest on the series.Kumar Ratnam, Secretary of the Indian Council of Historical Research, said that this book would be of benefit to students of Indian history.

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