New Delhi (India), January 10: Sadhvi Saraswati stands at the forefront of a pivotal movement advocating for a more active participation of saints in shaping the nation’s destiny. Her resolute call to action highlights the criticality of saints’ involvement in selecting righteous leaders and the perils of undermining their credibility through negative media portrayals.

Hailing from Rewa, Madhya Pradesh, Sadhvi Saraswati embarked on her spiritual voyage at a tender age of 6, guided by the profound wisdom of her revered grandfather, Acharya Ram Sajivan Mishra Ji. Her immersion in the teachings of the Bhagavad Gita and Ram Katha laid the groundwork for a life dedicated to the service of humanity and the sacred cow lineage.

Early Beginnings and Spiritual Sojourn

Joining the Sangh at 8, Sadhvi Saraswati swiftly emerged as a vocal spokesperson for the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) and Vishwa Hindu Parishad. Addressing over 300 gatherings between 2004 and 2008, her profound grasp of Hinduism and innate ability to connect with people solidified her role as a motivational speaker and an ardent proponent of Hindutva.

Accolades and Recognition

Her unwavering commitment and eloquence garnered global acclaim. Her impassioned poem “Kashmir to hoga, lekin Pakistan nahi hoga” earned her the moniker ‘Hindu Sherni.’ Between ages 14 to 18, she received prestigious awards, including the Hindu Scholar Award at London’s Parliament House, the Bharat Bhushan honor from the Gujarat government, and commendations from Hindu warrior Veer Jiva Mhale, reaffirming her eminence in Hinduism.

Founding the Sadhvi Saraswati Foundation

In 2017, driven by her dedication to cow welfare, Sadhvi Saraswati established the Sadhvi Saraswati Foundation. This foundation champions the cause of ailing cattle, offering free ambulances and constructing shelters. Addressing the summer distress among animals, the foundation sets up numerous water vessels, advocating for having a cow in every household, and leads initiatives like Divyang Seva Yojana and Clothing Distribution Program.

Advocating for Sanatan Dharma

Beyond cow welfare, Sadhvi Saraswati’s mission extends to globally propagate Sanatan Dharma and elevate India’s prominence. Her aspirations include the construction of Lord Rama’s grand temple in Ayodhya and declaring the cow as the national animal to halt its slaughter.

Impact as a Motivational Speaker

Sadhvi Saraswati’s impassioned speeches resonate deeply with millions, underscoring her commitment to preserving Hindu traditions and values.

Legacy and Influence

Her enduring legacy rests on unwavering dedication to humanity’s service, cow welfare, and the preservation of Sanatan Dharma. As the founder of the Sadhvi Saraswati Foundation, she continues to inspire hope, compassion, and devotion among admirers and devotees, leaving an indelible mark on countless lives.

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