Wednesday, May 13, 2015

New Governor of Meghalaya hails from Tamilnadu



Shri Shanmuganathan

Shri Shanmuganathan, who hails from Thanjavur in Tamilnadu will be the new Governor of Meghalaya. He is a gold medalist, post-graduate and an M Phil in Political Science. 
Imbued with the spirit of patriotism and a desire to serve the nation with a missionary zeal, he joined the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh as a Swayamsevak in 1962. The teachings of Swami Vivekananda and the spiritual thoughts of Manicka Vasagar in Thiruvasagam inspired him to lead a life of dedication to Motherland.
He became R.S.S. Pracharak in the year 1970. He has served at various levels of responsibilities including Prant Pracharak of Tamil Nadu, for two decades. Later he became the Kshetriya Bauddhik Pramukh and the Prachar Pramukh.
During the seventies, he worked heart and soul amongst the youth to sensitize them about the rich Indian heritage and more so to sanitize them against the separatist and narrow parochial tendencies then prevailing in the State. Later, he was instrumental in organizing activity-oriented forums like the Movement for National Unity and Integrity, Tamil Valarchi Mandram (to develop Tamil literature) and Bhakthar Peravai (devotees forum). He rendered selfless service to end caste differences, created unity, equality and brotherhood among the various sections of the society.  Strived hard for social harmony and equality in every district of Tamilnadu
Then he served as prabhari of the Defence and Research & Documentation Cells at BJP National Headquarters. Presently, he is assigned to the BJP Parliamentary Party Office as its Additional Secretary and The Prabhari for BJP Overseas Affairs.
Shri V. Shanmuganathan is a prolific writer. His three books covering a variety of subjects relating to culture and social aspects have been published in Tamil. The books in English with the title “Karyakarta Nirman” and “The Remarkable Political Movement” became very popular among the activists of many patriotic, socio cultural organizations. Besides, he has contributed over 600 articles in the leading newspapers and magazines, both in Tamil and English.

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  1. Many swayamsevaks in Tamil Nadu would say that Shri V. Shanmugnathanji is next to Sri K. Kamaraj who visited almost all rural areas in Tamil Nadu in building up the Sangh and its ideology. When I was 17 years, I was given the assignment of Taluka Baudhik Pramukh of Gudiyatham in the Open meet held in Vazhaithoppu, near virinchipuram, Vellore Dist in his presence. I remember he was Vellore and Chennai Sambhag Pracharak at that time, ie. 1980. His personality include simplicity, soft spoken, assertive, commanding, conclusive decision making etc. Swayamsevaks attracted towards his Baudhik (lectures) and became volunteer for national cause. I pray the God for his good health and continued Goodwill Mission for National Unity and peace in the North-Eastern Land of Bharat.

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