Mission

Hindu Samaj (Bharatvarshiya Hindu Samaj) is the oldest Hindu organization in India (formed in 1853 at Kolkata) to define Hindutva (Hindu way of life), remove corruption and moral degeneration in Hinduism, and achieve complete independence for Hindus culminating in a Hindu nation.

Who is a Hindu ?

The Hindu Samaj defines that every person who believes in the Supreme Being (or Supreme Power) who alone is to be worhipped, is a Hindu, irrespective of whichever denominational religion they follow.

Akhand Hindustan / Hindu Nation

The indivisibility of the land extending from the Himalayas down to the Southern and Eastern Seas being an article of faith with Hindus, the Hindu Samaj shall use all possible methods, including force of arms, to bring about the reunification of the lands now called "India", "Pakistan," and "Bangladesh" into a consolidated one, to be called "Akhand Hindustan".

Non-Hindus in Hindustan

Non-Hindus in Hindustan shall ordinarily enjoy the same rights and privileges as Hindus, and no disability whatsoever shall attach to them on that account. No distinction shall be made by the Government between Hindus and non-Hindus while making appointments to various offices and giving promotions. The non-Hindus shall be entitled to the enjoyment of equal civic rights and religious freedom with Hindus. In the event of war or some such emergency, however, the Government shall have powers to make distinction, if deemed necessary, between its Hindu and non-Hindu nationals, even as it may, at times have to distinguish between different sections of the Hindus themselves.

Sad state of domestic affairs of Hindustan

The large section of human population who go by the name of Hindus, are a distinct ideological group, with a very broad-based ideology, possessing a characteristic outlook on life, a well-defined cultural back-ground and historical traditions easily distinguishable from all others in more respect than one. The "National Home" of this race was forcibly captured by foreign invaders and even their present alleged freedom is no more real to the Hindus than the independence of America was to the Red Indians.

Socialist governance in Hindu Rashtra (Hindustan)

The entire economic programme of the Hindu Samaj centres round the principle—that besides ordinary functions, of maintaining law and administering justice, a civilised Government has a duly to provide means of livelihood to every subject. If a person dies for want of food, the Head of the State must be held legally responsible for it.

The State must provide employment (capable of fetching certain minimum income) to every citizen, failing which it must pay him a maintenance allowance. So, along with stepping-up of production, the Government of Hindustan shall aim at assuring a more or less even distribution of it, and at discouraging tendencies of criminal hoarding of wealth, food-grains and other necessaries of life.

Minimum monthly income which shall be sufficient to meet essential expenses of an individual shall be provided to every citizen, against some sort of. service, except in case of infirms); and to achieve this end, salaries of Senior officers, as also the resources of business magnates, land- owners and industrialists, shall be subjected to compulsory cuts and taxation. In short, major sacrifices in new directions shall be required from those who have enough to spare. The Hindu Samaj shall give top priority to this question.

The Hindu Samaj stands for nationalisation of heavy and core industries, as well as of all transports, communications and of credit. However, in the absence of the necessary prerequisites—scientific traditions, sense of punctuality, mechanical habits and business morality— complete nationalisation in feverish haste, will lead to chaos and confusion.

The Government of Hindustan, without displaying any undue national vanity, and with all humility, shall avail of the rich experience gained in practical economics of other countries but shall not blindly import into Hindustan, any foreign institutions, without thoroughly assessing their theoretical and practical implications.

Hindu Samaj is not fanatically wedded to any of the popular 'isms' nor is it dogmatically opposed to them. It will follow a course, which, under a given set of circumstances, promises to yield best results, no matter, whether it is Communistic, Socialistic or Capitalistic or even a combination of all.

Keeping one's mind open, and free from bias, is the ideal Hindu course.