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How To Join RSS (Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh)

When watching the news or reading the newspaper, you may have heard or seen the RSS acronym appear many times in the news, And because the elections are just around the corner, that’s why you may already be curious about it. Since you have clicked on this post, that means you already know about RSS or Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh, right? And if you are here to know how to join this group or Sangh then you are at the right place because we are about to give you a lowdown on just that. Here we go.

What is RSS?

It is this big group in India that’s all about patriotic feelings and helping those who are in need. They’re kind of  like volunteer soldiers but without the official uniform and stuff. They’re tight with this other big family called Sangh Parivar and especially with BJP, the party that’s currently in power. What’s their thing, you ask? Well, they do all sorts of stuff, from doing basic public service stuff to helping the people in natural calamities like situations. All in all, they have a pretty good influence on the general public of the country. Whenever there is any natural calamities, any big road accidents, railway accidents you will find them helping needy people.

Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh

Why Join RSS In The First Place?

First off, if you’re looking to make connections that could last a lifetime, RSS has got your back. You’ll meet people who are super into the same stuff you are, and who knows? They might help you out big time later in life. And if you’ve ever thought about stepping into the world of politics, especially if you’re into what BJP is all about, RSS could be what you should focus on. Lots of folks who are big names in Indian politics started off hanging with the RSS crowd. But hey, it’s not all about climbing ladders. RSS is big on giving back to the community. They’ve got programs for helping folks out in need and even do this whole “character training” thing. So if you’re keen on improving yourself while helping others, this could be a win-win.

How To Join RSS In India?

Good news right off the bat, there’s no fancy process to get in or any kind of prerequisites. Seriously, if you’re keen, you’re in! Here’s the thing, you don’t have to sweat it out prepping for any exams or anything like that. If you’re into what RSS is all about, you’re eligible! Just show up (either online or in person), and you’re good to go!

1. Joining RSS Online

You love the internet, we love the internet, so yeah, let’s do this the easy way.

  • First of all, you gotta hop onto their official site. Just Google ‘RSS official website’ and you’ll find it.
  • Find That “Join RSS” Button: Look around, usually somewhere in the menu, for a thing that says “Join RSS.” Click it and you’re on your way.
  • You’ll find an online form that asks for some basic info about you. Don’t worry, it’s not like you’re giving away state secrets or anything. Just the usual, your name, contact info, stuff like that.
  • Done filling out the form? Sweet. Just hit the “submit” button. And, there you go, now you are all set to be a part of RSS in India!

2. How to Join RSS Offline

Some folks like to keep it old-school. Nothing wrong with that. Here’s how you can join RSS with some real-world action.

  • The first thing you gotta do is find out where your closest RSS branch is. You can either snoop around online or just ask someone local who’s in the know.
  • Once you know where to go, just get yourself there and ask for a registration form. They’ll be happy to see you.
  • Then they’ll hand you a form. Pretty standard stuff, just fill in the blanks. Don’t stress, you don’t need to know the capital of Mongolia or anything. It’s just to get to know you a bit.
  • Once you’re done with the application form, turn in your filled-out form. Someone there will probably say something like “Welcome to the club!” or something equally welcoming.

What To Do Next?

Well, whether you clicked your way through online or filled out paperwork the old-school way, you should’ve gotten a confirmation message by now. That message is basically your golden ticket, saying, “Hey, you’re in!” So what’s next? Time to grab that RSS membership card!

The RSS membership card is like your all-access pass to everything RSS has to offer. Here’s what you gotta do. Head on over to the nearest RSS branch. This place is going to be your new hangout, your pitstop, your whatever-you-want-to-call-it for all things RSS. Once you’re there, ask for your membership card. Don’t be shy, they’re expecting you! Just show them your confirmation message, maybe an ID, and boom, you’ll have that shiny new card in your hands.


There you have it. Now you have a pretty good idea of what things you must do or know before applying to become an RSS member in the country. Right? So yeah, now it is your turn to follow the steps we mentioned and try your luck with that.


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