Who is a Hindu in the eyes of Savarkar?
Savarkar believed that if the world had to listen to the orders of the Hindu caste, it would not be different from the Gita and Gautam Buddha’s orders.
Hinduism is the whole history…
Savarkar had said,Hinduism is not a book written on a palm leaf, which will break as soon as the palm leaf is cracked, it will be born today and be destroyed tomorrow. This is not even a resolution of the Round Table Council, it is the life of a great race; This is not just a word, but a complete history. Forty millennia of history is filled in it, if not more.‘
Between whom can there be friendship?
Savarkar said that ‘the root of man’s entire power lies in his own realization’.
Savarkar’s advice to the people of the administration
Savarkar believed that ‘no sacrifice made for a great goal goes in vain’.
Savarkar considered untouchability as a stigma
Savarkar had said, ‘Crores of Hindu brothers of Hindu society, of religion, of the nation are cursed by this. As long as we are maintained like this, our enemies will continue to succeed by making us fight and divide us. We have to give up this deadly evil.