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Full Text Of Pranab Mukherjee’s Speech To RSS Workers In Nagpur

President Pranab Mukherjee's decision to address thousands of RSS volunteers has been questioned and bemoaned by the Congress as a political gift to its opponent, the BJP, at a time when the country is being landscaped for the next general election.

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President Pranab Mukherjee’s decision to address thousands of RSS volunteers has been questioned and bemoaned by the Congress as a political gift to its opponent, the BJP, at a time when the country is being landscaped for the next general election.

Nagpur: Former President Pranab Mukherjee addressed the closing ceremony of the ‘Tritiya Varsha Sangh Shiksha Varg’, an Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) event today to mark the conclusion of a three-year training camp for swayamsevaks in Nagpur.

Here is the full text of President Pranab Mukherjee’s Address:

Nation, Nationalism and Patriotism
Greetings,
Sarsanghchalak Shri Mohan Bhagwat Ji, Delegates, Ladies and Gentlemen

1. Today, I’m here to share with you my understanding of the concepts of Nation, Nationalism and Patriotism in the context of India, that is Bharat. These three concepts are so closely intertwined that it is difficult to discuss any one of them in isolation.

2. Let us make a beginning by understanding the dictionary meaning of these three words. Nation is defined as ‘a large group of people sharing the same culture, language or history and inhabiting a particular state or area’. Nationalism is defined as ‘identification with one’s own nation and support for its interests especially to the exclusion of interests of other nations’. Patriotism is defined as ‘devotion to and vigorous support for one’s country’.

3. Let us look at our roots,
India was an open society, globally connected along the Silk and Spice Routes. These busy highways of commerce and conquest witnessed a free exchange of culture, faith and invention as merchants, scholars and sages traversed mountain and desert and sailed the oceans. Buddhism reached Central Asia, China and Southeast Asia together with Hindu influences . Ancient travelers like Megasthenes in the 4th century B.C., Fa Hien in the 5th century A.D. and Hiuen Tsang in the 7th century AD; when they came to India, wrote about the efficient administrative systems with planned settlements and good infrastructure. Takshashila, Nalanda, Vikramashila, Valabhi, Somapura and Odantapuri comprised the ancient university system that dominated the world for 1,800 years beginning the sixth century BCE. They were magnets for the finest minds and scholars in the world. In the liberal environment of these institutions creativity found full form and art, literature, and scholarship flourished. Chanakya’s Arthashastra, an authoritative text on state-craft was also written during this period.

4. India was a state long before the concept of the European Nation State gained ground after the Treaty of Westphalia in 1648. This model- of a defined territory, a single language, shared religion and a common enemy- is the model which led to the formation of various nation states in Europe. On the other hand Indian Nationalism emanated from “Universalism” the philosophy of Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam (वसुधैव कुटुम्बकम) and Sarve Bhavantu Sukhinah, Sarve Santu Niramayah. We see the whole world as one family and pray for the happiness and good health of all. Our national identity has emerged through a long drawn process of confluence, assimilation, and co-existence. The multiplicity in culture, faith and language is what makes India special. We derive our strength from tolerance. We accept and respect our pluralism. We celebrate our diversity. These have been a part of our collective consciousness for centuries. Any attempt at defining our nationhood in terms of dogmas and identities of religion, region, hatred and intolerance will only lead to dilution of our national identity. Any differences that may appear are only on the surface but we remain a distinct cultural unit with a common history, a common literature and a common civilization . In the words of the eminent historian Vincent Smith, “India beyond all doubt possesses a deep underlying fundamental unity, far more profound than that produced either by geographical isolation or by political superiority. That unity transcends the innumerable diversities of blood, colour, language, dress, manners, and sect” .

5. If we take a quick look at history the emergence of the Indian State can be traced back to the sixteen Mahajanapadas mostly spread across Northern India in the 6th century BC. In the 4th century BC, Chandragupta Maurya defeated the Greeks to build a powerful empire comprising of North-Western and Northern India. Emperor Ashoka was the most illustrious ruler of this dynasty. After the collapse of the Mauryan Dynasty, the empire broke into small kingdoms around 185 BC. Gupta Dynasty again created a vast empire which collapsed around 550 AD. Many dynasties ruled till 12th century, when Muslim invaders captured Delhi and successive dynasties ruled for the next 300 years. Babur defeated the last Lodhi King in 1526 at the First Battle of Panipat and firmly established Mughal rule which continued for 300 years. The East India Company after winning the Battle of Plassey in 1757, and the Three Battles of Arcot (1746-63) brought a vast territory in East and South of India under its control. A large part of western region was also annexed to the company’s territory and to administer these territories, a modern form of government was established in 1774. To administer these territories, the office of Governor General at fort William, Calcutta and two sub-ordinate governors at Madras and Bombay were created. For nearly 140 years, Calcutta was the centre of British Authority in India. However, the responsibility of administration was taken away from the East India Company in 1858 and the Secretary of State for India was appointed in the British Cabinet to super intend the Indian Administration.

6. Throughout this period of 2500 years of changing political fortunes and conquests, the 5000 year old civilizational continuity remained unbroken. In fact, each conqueror and each foreign element had been absorbed to form a new synthesis and unity . Tagore in his poem ‘Bharat Teertha’ says and I quote “……No one knows at whose beckoning call how many streams, of humanity came in indomitable waves from all over the world, over the millennia and mingled like rivers, into this vast ocean and created an individual soul, that is called Bharat”.

7. The concept of Modern Indian State found frequent articulation by various Indian organizations including the Indian National Congress towards the end of nineteenth century. Starting with Shri Surendranath Banerjee in 1895 at Pune, all Congress Presidents gave a call for an Indian Nation comprising the territorial areas of British India and the territories of 565 princely states. When Bal Gangadhar Tilak gave voice to the phrase coined by Barrister Joseph Baptista “Swaraj is my Birthright and I shall have it”, he referred to Swaraj for the Indian People – encompassing various castes, creeds, and religions, spread across British India, and Princely States. This Nation and Nationalism was not bound by geography, language, religion, or race. As Gandhiji explained Indian nationalism was not exclusive, nor aggressive, nor destructive. It was this Nationalism that Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru so vividly expressed in the ‘Discovery of India’, and I quote, “I am convinced that Nationalism can only come out of the ideological fusion of Hindu, Muslim, Sikh and other groups in India. That does not mean that extinction of any real culture of any group, but it does mean a common national outlook, to which other matters are subordinated”. In the process of our movement against British Rule, the various anti-colonial, anti-British and mostly progressive movements across the length and breadth of the country were unified into a cohesive national struggle for freedom, keeping the feeling of patriotism above their individual, ideological and political leanings.

8. We won independence in 1947. Thanks to the efforts of Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel, the Princely States merged leading to the consolidation of India. The complete integration of Provincial and Princely States took place after the formation of states on the recommendation of States Re-organisation Commission.

9. On 26 January 1950, the Constitution of India came into effect. In a remarkable display of idealism and courage, we the people of India gave to ourselves a sovereign democratic republic to secure for all its citizens justice, liberty, and equality. We undertook to promote among all citizens fraternity, the dignity of the individual and the unity of the nation. These ideals became the lodestar of the modern Indian State. Democracy became our most precious guide towards peace and regeneration from the swamp of poverty created by centuries of colonial rule. For us, Democracy is not a gift, but a sacred trust. The Indian Constitution, consisting of 395 articles and 12 schedules, is not merely a legal document but a Magna Carta of socio-economic transformation of the country. It represents the hopes and aspirations of the billion plus Indians. From our constitution flows our nationalism. The construct of Indian nationalism is ‘Constitutional Patriotism’, which consists of an appreciation of our inherited and shared diversity; a readiness to enact one’s citizenship at different levels; the ability to self correct and learn from others .

Delegates, Ladies and Gentlemen,
I want to share with you some truths that I have internalized during my fifty year long public life, as a Parliamentarian and Administrator.

10. The soul of India resides in pluralism and tolerance. This plurality of our society has come through assimilation of ideas over centuries. Secularism and inclusion are a matter of faith for us. It is our composite culture which makes us into one nation. India’s Nationhood is not one language, one religion, one enemy. It is the ‘Perennial Universalism’ of 1.3 billion people who use more than 122 languages and 1600 dialects in their everyday lives, practice 7 major religions, belong to 3 major ethnic groups- Aryans, Mongoloids, and Dravidians live under one system, one flag and one identity of being ‘Bhartiya’ and have ‘No Enemies’. That is what makes Bharat a diverse and united nation.

11. In a democracy, informed and reasoned public engagement on all issues of national importance is essential. A dialogue is necessary not only to balance the competing interests but also to reconcile them. Divergent strands in public discourse have to be recognized. We may argue, we may agree, or we may not agree. But we cannot deny the essential prevalence of multiplicity of opinion. Only through a dialogue can we develop the understanding to solve complex problems without an unhealthy strife within our polity.

12. Peaceful co-existence, compassion, respect for life, and harmony with nature form the foundation of our civilization. Every time a child or woman is brutalized, the soul of India is wounded. Manifestations of rage are tearing our social fabric. Every day, we see increased violence around us. At the heart of this violence is darkness, fear, and mistrust. We must free our public discourse from all forms of violence, physical as well as verbal. Only a non-violent society can ensure the participation of all sections of people in the democratic process, especially the marginalized and the dispossessed. We must move from anger, violence, and conflict to peace, harmony, and happiness.

12 A. We have lived with pain and strife for long enough. You are young, disciplined, well trained and highly educated. Please wish for peace, harmony and happiness. Our Motherland is asking for that. Our Motherland deserves that.

13. Happiness is fundamental to the human experience of life. To lead healthy, happy, and productive lives is the basic right of our citizens. While we have done well on our economic growth indicators, we have fared poorly on the World Happiness Index. We rank 133 out of the 156 countries mapped in the World Happiness Report 2018. Kautilya’s Shloka from Arthashastra, inscribed near lift No. 6 in the Parliament House says:

प्रजासुखे सुखं राज्ञः प्रजानां च हिते हितम् ।
नात्मप्रियं हितं राज्ञः प्रजानां तु प्रियं हितम् ।।

In the happiness of the people lies the happiness of the king, their welfare is his welfare. He shall not consider as good only that which pleases him but treat as beneficial to him whatever causes happiness to all people. Kautilya points out in this shloka very succinctly that the State is for the people. People are at the centre of all activities of the state and nothing should be done to divide the people and create animosity amongst them. The aim of the state should be to galvanise them to fight a concerted war against poverty, disease and deprivation and to convert economic growth into real development. Let the objective of spreading Peace, Harmony and Happiness inform the formulation of our public policy and guide all the actions of our state and citizens in their everyday life.This and only this will be able to create a happy nation, where Nationalism flows automatically.

Thank You
Jai Hind.

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1,448
95,631
25,420
Mexico
105,680
12,545
75,448
17,687
Saudi Arabia
95,748
642
70,616
24,490
Canada
94,325
7,702
52,545
34,078
Pakistan
89,249
1,838
31,198
56,213
China
83,027
4,634
78,327
66
Qatar
65,495
49
40,935
24,511
Bangladesh
60,391
811
12,804
46,776
Belgium
58,907
9,566
16,112
33,229
Netherlands
47,152
6,005
0
41,147
Belarus
46,868
259
22,066
24,543
Sweden
42,939
4,639
0
38,300
Ecuador
41,575
3,534
20,568
17,473
South Africa
40,792
848
21,311
18,633
UAE
37,642
274
20,337
17,031
Singapore
37,183
24
24,209
12,950
Colombia
35,120
1,087
12,921
21,112
Portugal
33,969
1,465
20,526
11,978
Egypt
31,115
1,166
8,158
21,791
Switzerland
30,936
1,921
28,600
415
Kuwait
30,644
244
18,277
12,123
Indonesia
29,521
1,770
9,443
18,308
Ukraine
25,964
762
11,372
13,830
Poland
25,410
1,137
12,410
11,863
Ireland
25,163
1,670
22,698
795
Philippines
20,626
987
4,330
15,309
Argentina
20,197
615
6,088
13,494
Romania
20,103
1,316
14,145
4,642
Afghanistan
18,969
309
1,762
16,898
Dominican Republic
18,708
525
11,736
6,447
Israel
17,562
291
15,026
2,245
Japan
17,018
903
14,867
1,248
Austria
16,843
672
15,742
429
Oman
15,086
72
3,451
11,563
Panama
15,044
363
9,619
5,062
Bahrain
13,835
22
8,585
5,228
Kazakhstan
12,312
52
6,903
5,357
Bolivia
12,245
415
1,658
10,172
Denmark
11,875
586
10,653
636
Armenia
11,817
183
3,513
8,121
S. Korea
11,668
273
10,506
889
Serbia
11,667
247
6,931
4,489
Nigeria
11,516
323
3,535
7,658
Algeria
9,935
690
6,453
2,792
Iraq
9,846
285
4,573
4,988
Czechia
9,520
327
6,880
2,313
Moldova
9,247
323
5,240
3,684
Ghana
9,168
42
3,457
5,669
Norway
8,510
238
8,138
134
Malaysia
8,266
116
6,610
1,540
Morocco
8,071
208
7,268
595
Cameroon
7,392
205
4,575
2,612
Australia
7,251
102
6,683
466
Finland
6,941
322
5,800
819
Azerbaijan
6,860
82
3,871
2,907
Guatemala
6,154
158
979
5,017
Honduras
5,880
243
648
4,989
Sudan
5,714
333
1,825
3,556
Tajikistan
4,370
48
2,491
1,831
Senegal
4,155
45
2,276
1,834
Djibouti
4,123
26
1,707
2,390
Guinea
4,060
23
2,667
1,370
Luxembourg
4,032
110
3,885
37
Uzbekistan
4,007
16
3,247
744
Hungary
3,970
542
2,245
1,183
DRC
3,764
81
512
3,171
Côte d'Ivoire
3,262
35
1,584
1,643
Thailand
3,102
58
2,971
73
Greece
2,967
180
1,374
1,413
Gabon
2,955
21
818
2,116
Nepal
2,912
11
333
2,568
El Salvador
2,849
53
1,249
1,547
Macedonia
2,790
149
1,632
1,009
Haiti
2,640
50
24
2,566
Bulgaria
2,627
159
1,390
1,078
Bosnia
2,606
159
1,968
479
Kenya
2,474
79
643
1,752
Croatia
2,247
103
2,113
31
Somalia
2,204
79
418
1,707
Cuba
2,133
83
1,848
202
Venezuela
2,087
20
334
1,733
Mayotte
2,079
25
1,523
531
Kyrgyzstan
1,936
22
1,340
574
Estonia
1,910
69
1,667
174
Maldives
1,883
7
717
1,159
Iceland
1,806
10
1,794
2
Ethiopia
1,805
19
262
1,524
Sri Lanka
1,801
11
858
932
Lithuania
1,694
71
1,302
321
Slovakia
1,526
28
1,379
119
New Zealand
1,504
22
1,481
1
Mali
1,485
87
816
582
Slovenia
1,479
109
1,359
11
Guinea-Bissau
1,339
8
53
1,278
Lebanon
1,312
28
768
516
Equatorial Guinea
1,306
12
200
1,094
Central African Republic
1,288
4
23
1,261
Albania
1,212
33
910
269
Costa Rica
1,194
10
687
497
Nicaragua
1,118
46
370
702
Hong Kong
1,103
4
1,045
54
Zambia
1,089
7
912
170
Tunisia
1,087
49
969
69
Paraguay
1,087
11
516
560
Latvia
1,085
25
781
279
South Sudan
994
10
6
978
Madagascar
975
7
201
767
Niger
963
65
860
38
Cyprus
960
17
807
136
Sierra Leone
929
47
580
302
Burkina Faso
885
53
760
72
Andorra
852
51
741
60
Chad
836
68
657
111
Uruguay
832
23
709
100
Georgia
805
13
650
142
Mauritania
784
39
65
680
Jordan
784
9
571
204
Diamond Princess
712
13
651
48
San Marino
680
42
428
210
Congo
635
20
182
433
Malta
625
9
583
33
Jamaica
591
10
368
213
French Guiana
589
1
321
267
Channel Islands
561
46
512
3
Uganda
557
0
82
475
Tanzania
509
21
183
305
Cabo Verde
502
5
239
258
Sao Tome and Principe
499
12
68
419
Réunion
479
1
411
67
Togo
465
13
239
213
Palestine
464
3
377
84
Yemen
453
103
17
333
Taiwan
443
7
429
7
Rwanda
410
2
280
128
Malawi
409
4
55
350
Mozambique
354
2
119
233
Mauritius
337
10
322
5
Isle of Man
336
24
312
0
Liberia
334
30
176
128
Vietnam
328
0
307
21
Montenegro
324
9
315
0
Swaziland
305
3
221
81
Benin
261
3
151
107
Zimbabwe
237
4
31
202
Myanmar
236
6
151
79
Libyan Arab Jamahiriya
209
5
52
152
Martinique
200
14
98
88
Mongolia
191
0
70
121
Faroe Islands
187
0
187
0
Gibraltar
174
0
153
21
Guadeloupe
164
14
144
6
Cayman Islands
160
1
85
74
Guyana
153
12
77
64
Brunei
141
2
138
1
Bermuda
141
9
113
19
Comoros
132
2
55
75
Cambodia
125
0
123
2
Syrian Arab Republic
124
6
53
65
Trinidad and Tobago
117
8
108
1
Bahamas
102
11
55
36
Aruba
101
3
98
0
Monaco
99
4
92
3
Barbados
92
7
81
4
Angola
86
4
18
64
Suriname
82
1
9
72
Liechtenstein
82
1
55
26
Sint Maarten
77
15
61
1
Burundi
63
1
33
29
French Polynesia
60
0
60
0
Bhutan
48
0
11
37
Macao
45
0
45
0
Saint Martin
41
3
33
5
Botswana
40
1
23
16
Eritrea
39
0
39
0
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
26
0
15
11
Gambia
26
1
20
5
Antigua and Barbuda
26
3
20
3
Namibia
25
0
16
9
Timor-Leste
24
0
24
0
Grenada
23
0
22
1
Curaçao
21
1
15
5
New Caledonia
20
0
18
2
Lao People's Democratic Republic
19
0
18
1
Saint Lucia
19
0
18
1
Dominica
18
0
16
2
Fiji
18
0
18
0
Belize
18
2
16
0
Saint Kitts and Nevis
15
0
15
0
Falkland Islands (Malvinas)
13
0
13
0
Greenland
13
0
13
0
Holy See (Vatican City State)
12
0
2
10
Turks and Caicos Islands
12
1
11
0
Seychelles
11
0
11
0
Montserrat
11
1
10
0
Western Sahara
9
1
6
2
MS Zaandam
9
2
0
7
Papua New Guinea
8
0
8
0
British Virgin Islands
8
1
7
0
Caribbean Netherlands
7
0
7
0
St. Barth
6
0
6
0
Lesotho
4
0
2
2
Anguilla
3
0
3
0
Saint Pierre Miquelon
1
0
1
0
Updated on 06/06/2020 12:23 AM 12:23 AM