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Narsinghanand's decision to abandon worldly desires and live a life of a Sadhu (saint) has a touching narrative.

By- Khushi Bisht

Who is Yati Narsinghanand Saraswati?

Yati Narsinghanand Saraswati is a devout Hindu who also serves as the leader of the Hindutva organization Hindu Swabhiman, the President of the Akhil Bharatiya Sant Parishad, and the main priest of the Devi Mandir in Dasna, Ghaziabad, Uttar Pradesh.

He is an engineer by profession and hails from Ghaziabad. He earned his Master's degree from the Moscow Institute of Chemical Machine Building and has worked as a marketing manager in both Russia and London. He claims his degree has taught him how to use technology to reach out to young people and disseminate his ideas and philosophy.

As a result of his strong philosophy and ideas, he has been in the headlines on various occasions. Yati Narsinghanand Saraswati wasn't always a devout Hindu. Narsinghanand's decision to abandon worldly desires and live a life of a Sadhu (saint) has a touching narrative. Something sparked enlightenment and religious sentiment in him, propelling him to where he is now.

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What Made Him Become A Hardcore Hindu?

Prior to renouncing worldly pursuits and becoming a hermit, Narsinghanand was known as Deepak Tyagi. He was an engineer who had always wanted to accomplish something meaningful with his life, so he entered the political world.

He became an ardent Hindu after meeting Baikunth Lal Sharma, one of the BJP's founding members. He claims Sharma told him about horrible crimes committed by Muslims, which he couldn't believe.

Yati Narsinghanand Saraswati Muslims have threatened Narsinghanand's life as a result of exposing Islam.Twitter

Narsinghanand Saraswati mentioned in one of his articles that the killing of a blameless girl in 1997 had a tremendous impact on him and entirely turned his life upside down. Saraswati claims that because he was a community activist, a girl from his community sought him and told him how she had been sexually assaulted by Muslim men at her college. She claimed that they took some obscene photos of her and compelled her to have sexual relationships with every Muslim male at her campus.

He claims that she's not the sole victim of sexual exploitation. Many Hindu girls were coerced by the Muslim men at the college. He further claimed that certain Hindu youths conspired with Muslims to harass the girls. When Narsinghanand inquired how it was a Hindu-Muslim matter, the victim said it was a form of jihad perpetrated by Muslims against Hindus. He says that he had never heard the term jihad before.

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But by the time Narsinghanand chose to fight for the girl, she had died. According to Narsinghanand, he kept this tragic narrative hidden for a long time. However, it is now vital to relay this story to everyone.

He became a completely different person as a result of this occurrence and he stresses how critical it is to elect leaders who are aware of these challenges.

Muslims have threatened his life as a result of exposing Islam. He claims, however, that he is conscious that his life is in jeopardy, but that he is striving for the betterment of Indian culture. Narsinghanand hopes that the Hindu community understands that it is past time for them to confront the facts and put an end to the continuous harassment of Hindu women.


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