Mohan Madhukar Bhagawat (Marathi: मोहन मधुकर भागवत, born 1950) is the chief of the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh, Sanskrit for National Volunteer Corps. He was chosen as the successor to K. S. Sudarshan in March 2009 .
Mohan Madhukar Bhagwat was born in a town called Chandrapur in Maharashtra. He comes from a family of RSS activists. His father Madhukar Rao Bhagwat, was the 'Karyavaha,' (secretary) of the 'Chandrapur' zone and had also, worked as a 'Prant Pracharak,' Marathi for Divisional Promoter, of Gujarat. Mohan is the eldest son of his parents and has two younger brothers and a sister.
He completed his schooling from 'Lokmanya Tilak Vidyalaya' and then his freshman year, BSc from 'Janata College,' in 'Chandrapur.' He graduated in Veterinary Sciences and Animal Husbandry from 'Punjabrao Krishi Vidyapeeth,' (Marathi for, Punjabrao Agriculture College) Akola. He dropped out of his Graduate course in Veterinary Sciences and became a 'Pracharak' (full-time promoter/worker) of the RSS towards the end of 1975.
Association with RSS
He became 'Akhil Bharatiya Sharirik Pramukh,' (in-charge of physical training) for India, 1991 to 1999. Mohan was further promoted as 'Akhil Bharatiya Pracharak Pramukh,' (in-charge of RSS volunteers working full-time for India).
In 2000, when Rajendra Singh (RSS) and H. V. Sheshadri decided to step down as RSS Chief and General Secretary respectively due to poor health, K. S. Sudarshan was nominated as the new chief and Mohan Bhagwat became 'Sarkaryavaha,' (General Secretary).
In 2013 Bhagwat said that simply because learning English increased earnings was no reason to teach it.
- Official Website of RSS
- At the Bayarea Hindu Sangam 2006
- at the Hindu Sangam
- Rashtra Raksha Sanchalan
- At Book Release Function of "Jyotipunj"
- Mohan Bhagwat: A nonpracticing Vet and RSS 'Pracharak,' (Sanskrit for promoter,) 21 March 2009, Times of India, 
- "English not the only means of progress: RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat."
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K. S. Sudarshan
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