Oneness greatest energy of Indian tradition: Nitin Gadkari at Lokmat occasion

Oneness is the largest energy of Indian tradition and it was this side that made it succesful for us to turn out to be a ‘vishwa guru’ or world trainer, Union Minister Nitin Gadkari stated at an occasion right here on Sunday.

Speaking on ‘Global Challenges to Communal Harmony and the Role of India’ at an inter-religious convention organised by the Lokmat media group to mark the golden jubilee yr of its Nagpur version, the senior BJP chief additionally stated Indian tradition was really secular.

Respecting all cultures, religions, communities, ideologies was the speciality of Indian tradition, which isn’t related to any “dharm”, he stated.

“Oneness is the biggest strength of Indian culture and this is what makes us capable of becoming a vishwa guru, which was predicted earlier by Swami Vivekananda,” he stated.

The Art of Living founder Sri Sri Ravi Shankar stated the demand of human life was range however there was hatred in opposition to range because of our lack of information in addition to stress.

He stated, subsequently, there was must stroll collectively and respect each other as all communities are necessary.

In a video message, RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat stated “dharm unites”, whereas man was utilizing it as an “instrument to break”, and this was being brought on because of lack of “mutual interaction”.

“India believes the world is full of diversity. There may be differences in appearance and name, but from inside, we all are one. The oblivion of this distinctivity and diversity becomes the reason for isolation. Hence, mutual interaction is needed to ensure this (isolation) does not happen,” Bhagwat stated.

Speaking on the occasion, yoga guru Baba Ramdev careworn on values of unity, equality, freedom and common brotherhood, and claimed spiritual, financial, political and medical terrorism have been the largest risks to the world.

“Let us not focus on differences but on what unites us. India is home to many religions and is the flag-bearer of the Vasudhaiva kutumbakam thought process. We have a rich legacy of people from diverse traditions living together and it is the noble responsibility of spiritual leaders to preserve and promote it,” stated Cardinal Oswald Gracias.

Haji Syed Salman Chishti of Dargah Ajmer Sharif talked about endurance and gratitude, which, if adopted, can’t be defeated.

Among those that spoke on the occasion have been Ahimsa Vishwa Bharti Acharya Lokesh Muni, Founder of Jeevanvidya Mission Prahlad Wamanrao Pai, Founder of Mahabodhi International Meditation Centre Bhikkhu Sanghasena and Brahmaviharidas Swami from the United States of America.