S:Pranam guruji, I wanted to know that should one donate his body parts after his death?

Swami Ram Swarup: My blessings to you.

In this regard I paste my article:-

Donating organs after death

As said in Yajurveda mantra 40/15 our human body made of prakriti is to cremated at last. So better if the body parts are donated to any needy person whose life can be filled with happiness. This will be act of benevolence and sure God will give blessings to the soul who has gone to heavenly abode.

Siddhart: Pranam guruji, Guru ji telling a lie is a sin . But what if someone asks something from me and I instead of telling truth doesn’t say any thing at all? I mean I didn’t lied nor I spoke the truth,instead I changed the topic or something.
Swami Ram Swarup: My blessings to you.

Yes, if you would not speak then the person who asks question may force you to give answer. Now, this is upto you whether you speak truth or go away from the site to avoid quarrel etc.

If someone is empowered to tell the truth i.e., is able to face the consequences then he should speak truth otherwise may keep silent.

K J: Dear Swamiji Pranam I am reading various spiritual books , doing good karma for almost 20 years. During the journey I have made few mistakes as well, however I have gained tremondous knowledge as well ,with sincere humbleness I write that this is not dead knowledge but wisdom with love & unity of all beings. I have understood core of beings but at the same time I have stuck up where I need to break some of my limitations & go to next level. I am suffering from physical disease as well.How Can I know where I am leading? Whether this all is illusion or Indeed I have made progress and few steps away from realisation.How to check My current status?

Swami Ram Swarup: My blessings to you.

Until and unless your investigation and your daily routine is known, no comments can be offered please, however, teaching to love the human beings and spiritualism to realise God is related to study of four Vedas, name jaap of God, daily Yajyen, hawan and hard practice of Ashtang Yoga Philosophy under the guidance of learned acharya of Vedas and Yoga philosophy.