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This is Hindu Indian Culture – Rich ,brave, tolerant, compassionate and genuine humanitarian

This is Hindu Indian Culture – Rich ,brave, tolerant, compassionate and genuine humanitarian

 

This is Hindu Indian Culture

When Hitler invaded Poland and started World War II, the Polish soldiers left 500 women and 200 children in a ship and left in the sea and told Captain to take them to any country, Where they can get shelter If we are alive or survived, then we will meet again …

The ship, filled with five hundred refugees, police, women and two hundred children, reached the harbor port of Iran, there was no permission to shelter anyone not even allowed to land , then they could not get help even in Seychelles, there was no permission even in Aden. Finally, the ship wandering in the sea came to the coast of Jamnagar in Gujarat.
Where Maharaja of Jamnagar, “Jham Sahab Digvijay Singh”, not only gave shelter to five hundred women but also gave their children free education in Balachiri an Army School. These refugees stayed in Jamnagar for nine years …

One of the children of those refugee children later became the Prime Minister of Poland, even today, the descendants of those refugees come to Jamnagar every year and remember their ancestors …
In Poland, the name of many roads in the capital of Warsaw is named after Maharaja Jam Sahib; in his name there are many schemes in Poland. Every year Poland newspapers print articles about Maharaja Jam Saheb Digvijay Singh.
From the ancient times, the text of the Indian (Vasudhaiva kutubhkam) whole world is a family and the tolerance have come to teach the world, on the other hand people of today’s novice leaders, etc., are going to put question marks on India’s tolerance …

“India, etc., was till the end, and will remain …

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This is Hindu Indian Culture – Rich ,brave, tolerant, compassionate and genuine humanitarian – plus pro life, pro good values and great respect. Here is an illustrious page from history… that you must know.

Rayvi Kumar
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