Meerut: RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat said in ‘Krishak Sangam’ – Farmers should leave chemical farming and adopt cow-based farming – Meerut: Mohan Bhagwat Will Address Krishak Sangam In Hastinapur

Mohan Bhagwat.

Mohan Bhagwat.
– Photo: Amar Ujala


RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat will address the farmers on the third day of Kisan Goshthi on the second day of ‘Krishak Sangam’, going on in Hastinapur. Before this, he visited the ancient sites of the historical city. Visited the ancient places present in the city and worshiped according to the rules and regulations.

On Sunday, the last day of the three-day Krishi Sangam at Hastinapur, Jambudweep in Meerut, RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat said to leave chemical farming and adopt cow-based farming. This change in agriculture is necessary not only for the country but for the whole world. It is necessary for the whole of India. Bharatavarsha means for the whole world. Our tradition of farming is going on since 10000 years. One has to lead such a life by improving agriculture which will act as a guide for the world. Change has to be brought in the society and India wants to give this to the world and people also want to take the world from India.

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By doing chemical farming, chemicals are going inside us and making us sick. We have the right path to do farming and we have to follow that path. Air, water and earth are getting poisoned because of the instant produce. We have come to know this from our long experience. Exploit the land, make it toxic. He told the importance of organic farming to the farmers. Sir Sanghchalak gave the message of cow-based farming to the farmers at Moti Dhansh Mandap Hastinapur. His address began at 3:24 pm. Earlier, he met the farmers in Jambudweep itself and took an interim session.

Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh’s Sarsangh driver Dr. Mohan Bhagwat visited the ancient places present in the historic city of Mahabharata on the third day in the three-day cow-based organic agriculture farmers conference program going on in Hastinapur under the aegis of Bharatiya Kisan Sangh. He first worshiped in the ancient Pandeshwar Mahadev temple of Mahabharata period by rituals and learned the importance of Shivling located in the ancient temple. Acharya Mukesh Shandilya told him the ancient importance of ancient Jayanti Mata Shaktipeeth and ancient Pandeshwar Mahadev Temple. After that he reached the ancient Karna temple, where in the temple Shankar Dev Maharaj told about one of the rare places in the world that this is the same place where Karna donated gold to the poor everyday during Mahabharata. Used to do After that Priyanka Bharti, President of the Trust from Natural Science told Mohan Bhagwat the importance of the ancient Budhi Ganga present in Hastinapur. Along with this, he was introduced to many incidents of Mahabharata period.

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Management officials of Jambudweep met Mohan Bhagwat

Under the leadership of Jambudweep’s Managing Officer Vijay Kumar Jain, half a dozen people from the management team met Mohan Bhagwat, who was staying at Bungalow No. 10 in the Jambudweep campus. On this occasion, Vijay Kumar Jain talked to Mohan Bhagwat on many points related to the ancient history of Jainism related to the historical city of Mahabharata period. He told that Gyanmati Mata is busy in the program in both these Ayodhyas. Jambudweep has been built with his holy inspiration, which is famous in the country and abroad.

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