Ban the anti-Hindu Ramakrishna-Vivekananda Tradition– We Need Homogenized Pasteurized Hindutva

Posted on 18th August, 2022


Nowadays, the authors of this paper-letter have noticed that there is a collusion between the Sangh Parivar and Sri Sri Ramakrishna Mission Ashram (RKM). However, the authors showed that there are elements within the Ramakrishna-Vivekananda tradition, which are quite contrary to the monolithic, mono-theocratic, mono-religious and non-liberal Hindutva extremism. This text reveals these aspects, or rather, contradictions, despite the fact that both the Sangh Parivar and RKM have already established an unholy nexus among themselves. Therefore, the authors are trying to highlight this antagonistic relationship with the help of a sarcastic tone, using the deconstructive method or Brechtian theatrical praxis. It is a matter of regret that the syncretic ethos of the Ramakrishna-Vivekananda tradition is in oblivion as the RKM is now trapped by the religious fundamentalism of the Sanghis. The readers may notice that the Ramakrishna Mission does not engage themselves in any controversial political issues. They remain silent (this silence is not to be compared with Dhanagopal Mukherjee’s Ramakrishna: the face of silence), conforming to the dominant ideology of the ruling party.



Akhar Bandyopadhyay


The Honourable Prime Minister,

Republic of India

Sub: Request for banning the anti-Hindu Ramakrishna-Vivekananda Tradition– We Need Homogenized Pasteurized Hindutva

Respected Modiji,

We are surprised enough to note that you, the savior of oursanatana dharma, often cite Swami Vivekananda in your speeches. You have alsoinaugurated Swamiji’s life-size statueat the Jawaharlal Nehru University campus.

We are citing here some quotes of Swami Vivekananda that go against our present agenda: extinguish other religions and establishing only “Homogenized and Pasteurized” (as it is found in packagedholy cow-milk)Hindu Dharmain a new Hindu nation: India.

Swamiji is found to cite Islam’s positivity in many of his enunciations. We are citing one of them:

“Whether we call it Vedantism or any ism, the truth is that Advaitism is the last word of religion and thought and the only position from which one can…

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