Sangli: Peace, happiness and contentment will prevail in the country only if there is Hindu Rashtra. All Muslims, Christians, Parsis will live happily here. Senior actor Sharad Paunkshe expressed the opinion that there is no aggression, no slaughter in the ‘DNA’ of Hindus.
Sharad Ponkshe’s lecture on ‘Swatantryaveer Savarkar Vichar Darshan’ was held in Durbar Hall on the occasion of Ganeshotsav on behalf of Sri Ganapati Panchayat Sansthan. Ponkshe said that today it is discussed that whose Hinduism is true and whose is false. But, they do not know what Hindutva is. Savarkar’s Hinduism was not convenient. He was outspoken.
Dharma is the natural quality inherent in things, humans and plants. Since Hinduism is a natural religion, it has no founder. No rules, no conditions. It is a religion that accommodates all. He said, this country was attacked by Islamic regimes for four and a half hundred years. They destroyed thousands of temples, but they could not destroy India. Savarkar says, I am not afraid of Muslims, Christians. But Hindus are afraid because Hindus are against Hindus. It is Hindus who make fun of our traditions and customs.
Ponkshe said, Savarkar said, Gandhiji spread the word of freedom to the very grassroots, so it became easy for us to make a revolution. So Gandhiji said, if anyone is the first person to face the crisis that is coming to this country, that person is Vinayak Damodar Savarkar. Savarkar has no value to this country. But, even if there is no price, the sun is the sun. No one can cover him. Sanglikar was present in large number along with Vijayasimharaje Patwardhan, the ruler of Sangli Sansthan, saying that no matter how much Savarkar was defamed, Savarkar could not finish his thoughts.
No one has heard of Savarkar, Ambedkar-
Although the country became independent, the country was divided. At that time Tatya Rao Savarkar and Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar used to say that partition will not succeed until the last Hindu from there comes here and the Muslim from here goes there. But none of them is alone, said Paunkshe.