Friday 16 December 2016

Hindu View of Life -21

As we all know, Shri Guruji was the very embodiment of all the qualities, which he preached for the good of the society. We hardly come across a person who devoted every moment of his life and every iota of his energy for the fulfillment of the great vision of a resurgent Bharat. The highest glory of Bharat was the only goal before him. A strong and well-organized Hindu society was the sure means for achieving this. Creating a network of Swayamsevaks in every nook and corner of the country who are imbued with this patriotic fervour, disciplined and dedicated, imbued with personal and national character, ever ready and willing to surrender themselves at the altar of the nation, was a sacred task for which Shri Guruji devoted his entire life.

Like Sri Sankaraachaarya and Swami Vivekananda, he traveled from one end of the country to the other preaching this gospel of Hindu unity and national glory. No other leader has traveled across the country as many times as Shri Guruji has done. He was an eternal traveler, a pilgrim always on the move. As Swami Vivekananda had visualized, the Queen of his adoration was 'Bharat Mata'. The Mantra on his lips was 'Victory to the Mother' (Bharat Mata ki Jai).

True to his commitment, Shri Guruji passed away with the same Mantra on his lips. Naturally his life is a burning flame of inspiration for anyone who has a desire to serve Mother India. To know Shri Guruji is to know the soul of India, and to follow him is to make one's life a 'Saadhana in Patriotism'. His lectures, his writings, his letters and his conversations, all are the genuine expression of the multifaceted greatness and glory of this great country.  They are the windows to a great mansion, the fragrance of a rare flower, a perennial source of strength for all those who are fortunate enough to read them. They are the latest addition to world's classical literature to be treasured for all time to come.  
.....Sri P Parameswaranji ....COMPLETED

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