According to reports, the draft will be presented during the Magh Mela at the ‘Dharam Sansad’, an annual gathering of extreme religious views, next year.
Earlier in the month of February, the Dharam Sansad had passed a resolution to make India a ‘Hindu Rashtra’ with its own constitution.
A group of 30 people including President of the Varanasi-based Shankaracharya Parishad Swaroop; Hindu Rashtra Nirman Samiti chief Kamleshwar Upadhyay; senior Supreme Court lawyer BN Reddy; defence expert Anand Vardhan; Sanatan Dharma scholar Chandramani Mishra and World Hindu Federation president Ajay Singh, among others are preparing the aforementioned ‘constitution’ under the patronage of Shambhavi Peethadheeshwar.
The ‘Hindu Rashtra’ constitution will contain 750 pages and discussions and debates with religious scholars and experts of different fields will be held extensively, Swaroop said.
Half of the constitution of around 300 pages will be released in the upcoming Magh Mela to be held at ‘Dharam Sansad’ in Prayagraj, he added.
As part of this constitution, proposal to build a ‘Parliament of Religions’ in Kashi (Varanasi) is put forward.
According to the constitution, Swaroop said, people belonging to other religious faith will be barred from voting, however they will enjoy all rights of a common citizen and also every caste will have facility and security to live in the nation.
The Gurukul education system will be revived and that education Ayurveda, mathematics, nakshatra, Bhu-garbha, astrology etc. would be imparted, he added.