Top 20 Quotes by Veer Savarkar

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Quotes By Veer Savarkar: Veer Savarkar, known as Vinayak Damodar Savarkar, was a great freedom fighter, lawyer, writer, politician, social reformer, and formulator of the Hindutva philosophy. He was born on May 28, 1883, in Bhagpur village near Nasik in Maharashtra.


Vinayak Damodar Savarkar is also known for the Hindutva ideology. He earned the nickname ‘Veer’ at the age of 12 when he led students against a group of Muslims for attacking his village.

During his jail time, Veer Savarkar wrote the book ‘The Indian War of Independence 1857’ which fuelled anti-British sentiments in many Indians.

Top Quotes by Veer Savarkar

“Our Motherland Sacrifice for you is like life Living without you is death.”

“The epitaph of an RSS man will be: he was born, went to shakha, and died”

“A Hindu marrying a Hindu may lose his caster but not his Hindutva.”

“The practice of untouchability is a sin, a blot on humanity, and nothing can justify it.”

“One country one God, one caste, one mind brothers all of us without a difference, without a doubt.”

“Calmness in preparation but boldness in execution, this should be the watchword during the moments of crisis.”

“Sanskrit is the language of our glorious and intellectual past, it can also be the light guiding us towards our future.”

“The day Hindus get united the congress leaders will wear janeu over the coat.”

“One of the most important components of such injunctions of the past that we have blindly carried on and which deserves to be thrown in the dustbins of history is the rigid caste system. This system has vivisected our Hindu Society into so many micro-fragments, forever at war with one another.”

“Our Gods spoke in Sanskrit; our sages thought in Sanskrit, our poets wrote in Sanskrit. All that is best in us – the best
thoughts, the best ideas, the best lines – seek instinctively to clothe itself in Sanskrit.”

“One who considers this vast stretch of land called Bharat from the Sindhu to the Sindhu (Indus to the Seas) as his fatherland (or land of one’s ancestors) and holy land is the one who will be termed and remembered as a Hindu.”

“We yield to none in our love, admiration, and respect for the Buddha-the Dharma-the Sangha. They are all ours. Their glories are ours and ours their failures.”

“We are all Hindus and own a common blood. Some of us are Jains and some Jangamas, but Jains or Jangamas–we are all Hindus and own a common blood. Some of us are monotheists, some, pantheists; some theists, and some atheists. But monotheists or atheists-we all are Hindus and own a common blood.”

“Every person is a Hindu who regards and owns this Bharat Bhumi, this land from the Indus to the seas, as his Fatherland as well as Holyland, i.e. the land of the origin of his religion. Consequently, the so-called aboriginal or hill tribes also are Hindus because India is their Fatherland as well as their Holyland of whatever form of religion or worship they follow.”

“Oh, Shivaji! This land of the Aryans has been repeatedly attacked by the Mlechchhas (non-Indians). Please wake up! This land is calling for your help. Are you unable to hear that pleading tone of this motherland? Is it not piercing your heart?”

“How easily Hindus converting to Islam or Christianity merger in their new milieu. yet the same facility is not available to a non-Hindu who might earnestly wish to return to his or her fold or adopt Hinduism as a matter of faith.”

“A Shudra can become a Brahmin and a Brahmin can become Shudra. to try to prevent the commingling of blood is to build on sand. Sexual attraction has proved more powerful than all the commands of all the prophets put together.”

“By annihilating the wicked I lightened the great weight of the globe. I delivered the country by establishing Swarajya and by saving religion. I betook myself to shake off the great exhaustion which had come upon me. I was asleep, why then did you my darlings awaken me”

“After all there is throughout this world so far as man is concerned but a single race- the human race, kept alive by one common blood, the human blood. all other talk is a best provisional, a makeshift and only relatively true.”

“We feel that the same ancient blood that coursed through the veins of Ram and Krishna, Budha and Mahavir, Nanak and Chaitanya, Basava and Madhava, of Rohidas and Tiruvelluvar courses throughout Hindudom from veins to veins, Pulsates from the heart to heart. We feel we are a JATI, race bout together by the dearest ties of blood and therefore it must be so.”

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