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Poorvottar Sant Manikanchan Sammelan held at North Kamalabari Satra

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HT Correspondent

DIBRUGARH, Dec 28: In a historic gathering on Thursday, the ‘Poorvottar Sant Manikanchan Sammelan – 2023’ unfolded its spiritual essence at the North Kamalabari Satra of Majuli, bringing together 104 spiritual leaders from 48 Satras of the state and 37 religious institutions from across the north-eastern states. The event, graced by the presence of RSS Sarsanghchalak Dr Mohan Bhagwat, aimed to foster coordination, goodwill, and harmony among diverse Sanatan spiritual traditions and communities.

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The conference provided a platform for discussions on various issues faced by the people of the north-eastern region of Bharat, as well as the different sects operating in the area. Sarsanghchalak Dr Mohan Bhagwat emphasised the unique cultural identity of Bharat, stating that just as every person has a particular nature, every nation has its own unique way of life derived from its culture.

The essence of Bharat’s culture is reflected in the idea of ‘Ekam Sat Vipra Bahudha Vadanti’ (Truth is one but revealed differently by intellectuals), a tradition that embraces inclusivity and unity in diversity. Dr Bhagwat stressed that, especially in today’s critical period, Bharat has a responsibility to spread the message of peace and coexistence to the entire world.

Highlighting the importance of unity amidst diversity, Dr Bhagwat said that unity is not uniformity but a sense of togetherness. He called upon revered spiritualists and Sants to play a role in promoting unity and contributing to society’s self-reliance through service, education, healthcare, and employment.

Dr Bhagwat urged for national awareness within families to uphold Bharat’s eternal spiritual values and time-tested customs. He called upon Dharmacharyas, Maths, and temples to convey Bharat’s profound message and spiritual values to the new generation.

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Drawing inspiration from Srimanta Sankardev, Dr Bhagwat urged the assembly to follow his example of bringing social reforms and eliminating societal evils through benevolent behavior. The gathering included prominent Satradhikars, Dharmacharyas, and religious leaders from various regions, highlighting the diverse cultural fabric of north-east Bharat.

The two-day visit of Sarsanghchalak Dr Mohan Bhagwat holds significance, particularly in light of recent reports on religious conversions in Majuli. The RSS, advocating Hindu nationalism, has consistently highlighted the preservation of indigenous cultural practices and traditions. The Poorvottar Sant Manikanchan Sammelan served as a testament to the unity in diversity, echoing the timeless spiritual values of Bharat on the sacred grounds of Majuli. The event concluded with Dr Bhagwat addressing a massive public meeting in Majuli, reinforcing the importance of cultural preservation and coexistence.

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