Mulstroot – BJP and R.S.

The Bharatiya Janata Party is a famous member of the Sangh Parivar, is a key member of the family of organizations and is funded by the RSS (RS). Like the Sangh, the BJP is committed to protecting India’s unity and integrity and is loyal to its spiritual identity, social power, characteristic purity, unique culture which has been the identity of this country for centuries.

The history of the nation itself is seen and the thoughts of the Sangh Parivar are completely clear in relation to Indian history. The emergence and development of a great civilization has taken place in India, whose influence has spread from one end to the other end of the Indian Ocean, from Sri Lanka to Tibet, from Southeast Asia to Central Asia. This great nation has experienced storms of external attacks, but has been firmly established in its place.

In the beginning of modern times this light of nationalism was lit by Maharishi Dayanand Saraswati and Swami Vivekananda. In the twentieth century, remarkable works were done by Shri Arvind, Lokmanya Tilak, Veer Savarkar Adi. Founded in 1925 by Dr. Keshav Baliram Hedgewar and after 1940, the RSS, organized by Guru G. Madhav Sadashiv Rao Golwalkar, found himself the heir to the above great tradition.It believes in the principle of ‘Justice and appeasement for everyone, not of anyone’. It is no doubt that Hindu identity is the basis of Indian society and nation. This identity and this culture combine all Indians with religion and sectlessly. All Indians, for the Sangh, are followers of any sect and worship method, are equal.


Bharatiya Janata Party – A typical political party

Thinker and teacher Pandit Deendayal Upadhyay (1 916-19 68)

Pandit Deendayal Upadhyay served as the leader of the Bharatiya Jan Sangh from 1953 to 1968. Along with being a serious philosopher and intensive thinker, he was a dedicated organization and leader who established the highest dimension of personal purity and dignity in public life. Since its inception, it has been its ideological guide and moral inspiration.His sublime and great philosophy of integral humanism is intense criticism and strong criticism of both capitalism and communism. His political philosophy is a completely philosophical alternative philosophy that paves the way for the needs of human being and the political functioning and government skills suited to our natural habitat.

A Brief Biography

Pandit Deendayal Upadhyay was born on September 25, 1916, in the village of Nagla Chandrabhan, currently in Mathura, in the holy Brajbhooman of Uttar Pradesh. In his childhood, astrologer had seen his horoscope and predicted that later this child would become a great scholar and thinker, a leading politician and selfless volunteer, but he would not marry. In his childhood, Deendayalji suffered a severe stroke when his brother died untimely due to illness in 1934. He got his high school education in Sikar, presently in Rajasthan, due to being excellent in the school, the then King of Sikar Awarded the child Deendayal with a gold medal, 250 rupees for books and a monthly scholarship of 10 rupees.

Deendayalji passed his Intermediate examination in Pilani with special merit. Then he got B.A. He came to Kanpur to receive education where he was admitted to Sanatan Dharma College, and he joined the RSS in the year 1937 with the inspiration of his friend Shri Balwant MahaBode. That same year he got a BA. The examination was also passed in first class. He went to Agra to study.

During the service of Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh in Agra, he got acquainted with Shri Nanaji Deshmukh and Mr. Bhau Jugde. At that time Deen Dayalji’s sister Ms. Ramadevi fell ill and came to Agra for her treatment but unfortunately she died. For Deendayalji This was the second major trauma of life. Due to this, he got his M.A. Could not test him and his scholarship ended too.

Deendayalji joined a government competitive examination on the advice of his aunt, he was wearing dhoti and kurta in the examination and he was wearing cap on his head and other test takers were wearing western-style suits. In the joke his colleagues started calling him “Panditji” and afterwards his millions of fans and followers were going to call him by this name with respect and love. He also got the first position in this examination.

Pandit Deendayalji followed BT To do the course, Prayag (Allahabad) came and continued the service of the RSS on here too. After completing the course, he became full-time in the RSS and became an organizer in Lakhimpur district of Uttar Pradesh. In 1955, he became the provincial organizer of the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (Provincial Campaigner) of Uttar Pradesh. 

Pandit Deendayalji established the National Institute of Religion publication in Lucknow and started publishing a monthly magazine called “Nation Dharma”.
In the year 1950, Dr. Shyamaprasad Mookerjee resigned from Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru’s Cabinet and sought help from Shri Golwalkarji to make idealistic and patriotic youths for the creation of an alternative political platform in the country.
Deendayalji plays a very important role in this political development. On the historic day of 21st September, 1951, he successfully organized a political conference in Uttar Pradesh. At the same conference, a new political party of the country was formed in the state of the Indian Union of Jana. After one month, on October 21, 1951, Dr. Syama Prasad Mookerjee presided over the first All India Conference of the Indian Jana Sangh.

In the Deendayalji, the organization had unique and wonderful skills. With the passage of time, the historic day also came in the development journey of the Bharatiya Jana Sangh, when in 1968 the idol of this great leader was honored as the president of the party. Deendayalji visited South India with the message of patriotism of his great responsibility and discharge of his Jan Sangh.

On February 11, 1968, the day is a very tragic and dark day in the political history of the country. On the same day suddenly Pandit Deendayalji was pushed into the mouth of accidental death. (And moving train near Mughalsarai railway station, his sudden and accidental death occurred in suspicious circumstances ..)

The followers and followers of Pandit Deendayalji are still hurt by that accident.