RSS Pracharak Seetharam Kedilaya’s Bhart Parikrama Yatra received a warm welcome at a Muslim Institute in Netoor panchayat -the rural side of Kochi city in Kerala. RSS Pracharak Sitaram Kedilaya has undertaken Bharat Yatra since August 9, 2012 from Kanyakumari, scheduled for 5years, to cover approximately 15000km distance in India, aimed to uplift the rural Indian Villages.
Netoor, Kerala: “The heart of the Bharath is lying at our village, where all the culture of mankind is deep routed.A village-man always worship nature as his god. They give everyday offering to Pancha bhootha -the all creature of earth. But we are now blindly following Western model of life. I think every religion teach us to love the nature” this was the message by RSS Pracharak Sitaram Kedilaya to the Villagers of Netoor in Kerala.
In reply the Yathim Khana (a Muslim Institute) administrator Hamsa said clearly that the Holy book Khuran says those people who look to other religious temple or worshipping place with a cruel eye or with a bad intention, he is not Islam. We teach to love everyone in Yathim Khana.We are so happy that Sitharam came here and gave the lesson of love and nature to the students.”
Sitharam Kedilaya was accompanied by A.Gopalakrishnan (Akhil Bharahteeya Shah Samyojaak Seema Kalyan Jagaran Munch) and M.Ganeshan -Pranth Prachaar Pramukh-Kerala.
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(Inputs from Mediacentre, Kerala)