Suruchi Prakashan

     The backbone of any nation is its youth as their thought process and attitude is always positive and dynamic. Impediments never bother them.  What they require is a direction and proper channelization of their energies. This purpose can be achieved only through constant dialogue and discussion between the intellectuals, men of wisdom and youth. The eminent and experienced functionaries in the hierarchy of Rashtriya Swayamsewak Sangh (RSS) have regular meetings and dialogues on various matters, to provide guidance and direction to the youth.  

            In furtherance of the above objective, a group meet of the young professionals from the fields of Information Technology (IT) and Management was organized on 4th January 2009 in New Delhi. Shri (Dr.) Mohan Rao Bhagwat, Sarsanghchalak, RSS was invited to address the audience. His views were extremely thought-provoking and educative.  

            The book 'The Role of Youth in Nation Building’ contains Shri Mohan Bhagwat’s  address and his interaction with the youth.


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Suruchi Prakashan
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