उठो जवान देश की वसुंधरा पुकारती
देश है पुकारता पुकारती माँ भारती ॥धृ॥
रगों में तेरे बह रहा खून राम शाम का
जगद्गुरु गोविंद और राजपूती शान का
तू चल पड़ा तो चल पड़ेगी साथ तेरे भारती ॥१॥
है शत्रु दनदना रहा चहूँ दिशा में देश की
पता बता रही हमे किरन किरन दिनेश की
वो चक्रवर्ती विश्वजयी मातृभूमी हारती ॥२॥
उठा कदम बढ़ा कदम कदम कदम बढ़ाये जा
कदम कदम पे दुश्मनो के धड़ से सर उड़ाये जा
उठेगा विश्व हाथ जोड़ करने तेरी आरती ॥३॥
बौद्धिक Topic: Gram Vikas
चर्चा Topic: Social Media Responsibility
कथा Topic: Ram JanmBhoomi Gatha
विद्यां ददाति विनयं विनयाद् याति पात्रताम् ।
पात्रत्वात् धनमाप्नोति धनात् धर्मं ततः सुखम् ॥
विद्या विनय देती है; विनय से पात्रता, पात्रता से धन, धन से धर्म, और धर्म से सुख प्राप्त होता है।
Knowledge provides humility, humility provides eligibility, eligibility leads to affluence, affluence leads to dharma and dharma leads to happiness.
Pandit Deen Dayal Upadhyay Says: It is essential that we think about our national identity. Without this identity there is no meaning of independence, nor can independence become the instrument of progress and happiness. As long as we are unaware of our national Identity, we cannot recognise or develop all our potentialities. Under alien rule this identity is suppressed. That is why nations wish to remain independent so that they can progress according to their natural bent and can experience happiness in their endeavour. Nature is powerful. An attempt to go against nature or to disregard her leads to troubles. The natural instincts cannot be disregarded but it is possible to elevate this nature to the level of culture. Psychology tells us how by suppression of various natural instincts different mental disorders ensue. Such a person remains restless and dejected. His abilities slowly deteriorate, and become perverted. The Nation too, like the individual, falls a prey to numerous ills when its natural instincts are disregarded. The basic cause of the problems facing Bharat is the neglect of its national identity.
Sri Guruji says: As human life evolves, the concept of mother also takes a wider and more sublime form. When man looks around with his discerning intellect, he sees so many other things to which he owes a debt of gratitude. He begins to look upon them also as mother. He sees the rivers, which give him food and water. He calls them mother. Once he outgrows the use of his mother’s milk, he sees the cow, which feeds him with her milk throughout his life. He calls her mother-cow. And then he reaches the state of understanding that it is the mother soil which nourishes him, protects him and takes him in her bosom after he breathes his last. He becomes conscious that she is his great mother. Thus to look upon one’s land of birth as mother is a sign of a high state of human evolution. The Vedas declare: The Earth is my mother, I am her child.