RSS' narrow Hindutva not rooted in reality, but similar to radicalisation sweeping through Islam
Sandipan Sharma Feb, 09 2017
Mohan Bhagwat, the self-proclaimed voice of Hindus, should visit western Uttar Pradesh soon. He would find a different kind of "ghar wapsi" taking place in the region.
But now, they are coming back home to a secular India, one where Hindus and Muslims coexist in peace, identify themselves by their karma, not dharma.
This ongoing "ghar wapsi" by the Jats, who are also regretting their participation in the 2013 riots in the region, underlines an important point. The RSS' project of using Hindutva as a tool to shape India's society and politics will never succeed. In the end, Hindus will rise above the divisive agendas forced upon them, and go back to their liberal, secular roots.
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