<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>Rajasthan is apparently on the focus and radar of the RSS. The top two functionaries of the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) are scheduled to visit Rajasthan in the last two months of this year. RSS Sarsanghchalak Dr Mohanrao Bhagwat would be visiting Jaipur in the first week of November for four days while RSS chief Sarkayavah Suresh Bhaiyaji Joshi would be on a five-day visit to Jodhpur in the month of December. This will be the fifth visit of RSS chief Bhagwat to Rajasthan in two years. He had come to Jaipur at the columnist conference organised by the RSS in 2015. After that, he had visited Jodhpur last year under his five-day annual organisational pravas of Rajasthan region. Bhagwat also attended the RSS Pratinidhi Sabha held in Nagaur last year. Bhagwat’s fourth visit ended three days ago. He had come to Jaipur on a six-day visit from September 13 to September 18. During his next visit Bhagwat will stay in Jaipur from November 2 to 5. The RSS will organise the Sangh Shiksha Varg of Ghosh (training camp of the band) at Adarsh Vidhya Mandir, Adarsh Nagar from November. The camp has been named Swar Govindam, wherein over 2,000 swayamsevaks from Jaipur prant will participate. Elaborate preparations are being made for this camp and the RSS chief will directly communicate with the participants. A performance of the Ghosh will be given before the RSS chief on one of the days during his visit. During this performance swayamsevaks will perform various tunes like the military band. As part of preparations of the RSS chief’s visit, path sanchalan of Ghosh would be conducted on September 27. This Path Sanchalan will depart from Jaleb Chowk and go to Govind Dev Temple. They will invite Lord Govind Dev for the program. The tour of Sarkaryavah of RSS Bhaiya Ji Joshi is scheduled after Bhagwat’s visit. Joshi will visit Jodhpur in December as part of five-day organisational pravas. He is scheduled to stay in Jodhpur for all five days and will meet RSS office-bearers of Rajasthan.