Dinanath Batra (born 3 March 1930) is a retired Indian school teacher and the founder of Hindu nationalist educational activist organisations, Shiksha Bachao Andolan Samiti and Shiksha Sanskriti Utthan Nyas. He is an also RSS pracharak.
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It was a conspiracy hatched on the part of Christian Missionaries and their fellow travellers to demean our gods and goddesses. It has been thrashed. We have decided to honour all those who raised their voice against the insult of our gods and goddesses in the university itself on October 18. All these people will be mobilised so that they could keep a close watch over the university syllabus.
Supporting the removal of the essay Three Hundred Ramayanas from the Delhi University's syllabus, as quoted in "The rule of unreason", The Frontline (November 2011)Western culture in our education system will make our youth forget our cultural heritage, and will be completely Westernised. A country which forgets its own culture also loses its vibrancy.
On the effect of western culture on Indian educations, as quoted in "Dinanath Batra targets foreign universities in new book" Deccan Chronicle (28 October 2014)
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