New Delhi: Yog guru Baba Ramdev said that relevance of Lord Ram cannot be ignored in today:s context as he belongs to everyone. He said that Lord Ram belongs to tribals, brahmin, Dalit and SC and ST community. Also, Lord Ram has successfully played multiple roles like a king, father and son and set high moral standards.
Speaking to newspersons at ‘Ekal Ke Ram’ function in the Capital on Sunday, Ramdev said that Ekal NGO has been doing a commendable job by uplifting last man standing in the queue. Ram Dev said that through Ekal, people from all over the world are contributing for the upliftment of the poor and marginalised.
Poet Dr Kumar Vishwas who recounted the lessons learnt from the exemplary behaviour of Lord Ram and Sita in exile, lamented that in the global pandemic, big and powerful countries miserably failed to combat the invisible enemy However he said that coronavirus has taught us the importance of nature.
Inspired by Lord Ram’s lifestyle in exile, Ekal imparts education to 28 lakh children every year in rural and forests with minimum resources. Lord Ram and his family had developed an attraction towards nature and depended on minimum resources for sustainability. ‘One village, one teacher and one school’ is the principle, Ekal follows to impart education to tribal children in forest and interiors.