Service to needy is the biggest religion

09 Jul 2017
Service to needy is the biggest religion

Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan said that the biggest religion is to serve the needy. Good works of assistance should be publicized. Information about good work will encourage people. This will strengthen goodness and pave way for positive environment in the society. CM Chouhan was addressing the programme organized for dedication of the Rashtriya Swayam Sevak Sangh’s Seva Prabhag website Sevagatha at Samanvay Bhavan today.

Chief Minister Chouhan said that Indian thought considers the whole world as one family. It sees the same perception in all human beings. Rashtriya Swayam Sevak Sangh is one such nationalist organization with a huge heart. This organization creates citizens who live for the society. Swayam Sevaks dedicate themselves totally towards service to enlighten the society. Mentioning services like Matruchhaya, Anand Dham etc. he said that the self-reliance and harmony among the inhabitants gives spiritual joy. Such works should be widely publicized as it eliminates disappointments. He expressed the hope that the website will give the society fresh energy and inspire them to do good work.

Sangh Sarkaryawaha Shri Sadashiv Suresh Bhaiyya Ji Joshi said that the culture of service is instilled in Indian lifestyle. Here service to human beings is equal to service of God. He said that service is not possible with a definite belief. For this a view and sensitive ideology is a must. Needy persons must be served with a feeling of brotherhood and by understanding anguish and weakness. Service done with such feelings always bear good results. He said that there is a huge category of people who are victims of faulty social beliefs, unstable life style and who live in far-flung areas and who are deprived of their basic social rights. The society would have to ponder upon generating feeling of self-reliance and self-confidence to live a better life. Society will have to find solutions to the social queries. He expressed the hope that the website Sevagathas will inspire people to come forward to serve others.

Rashtriya Swayam Sevak Sangh’s Prant Sanchalak Madhya Bharat Shri Suresh Pimplikar welcomed the guests. Saha Prant Sanchalak Madhya Bharat Shri Ashok Pandey proposed the vote of thanks.

Sevagatha website editor Smt. Vijay Lakshmi described the objectives and nature of the website and collection of gathas. Website creator Shri Swapnil Paarkhiya threw light on the various technical aspects. He said that apart from being mobile-friendly, it can be shared on Facebook and Twitter also.