Belthangady: The two-day national Dharma Sansad 2018 that concluded at Kanyadi Sri Rama Kshetra here on Monday while seeking a change in the national curriculum framework, has urged the government to include India’s glorious traditions in the said framework.
Both the state and central governments setting aside their personal and political differences, over the next decade must work towards restarting the Gurukul-based anganwadi system in all villages in the country. Given that there is no security to the lives of saints who traverse from one pilgrimage centre to the other in their spiritual quest, the Sansad unanimously resolved to ask the government to set up a ‘welfare fund for the saints’.
The Sansad in one of the six resolutions so adopted has also urged the respective governments to take the saints into full confidence before going ahead in implementing the same.
Constitutional rights and duties of an individual that are helpful in daily lives of people, too, should be taught compulsorily as part of curriculum. All Dharma Sansads must run on the model and aspirations espoused in the theme of Sanatan dharma – that is ‘Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam’ and there should be no criticism or discussion of other religions from this platform. The focus should solely be on righteous implementation of tenets of Sanatan dharma.’
The Sansad will also strive to set up a ‘Rashtriya Lok Kalyan Manch’ that will work not only for general good of the total population, but also strive for protection of the religion from external threats. In doing so, the Dharma Sansad will take along all traditions and heads of various religious mutts under Hindu religion.