Where there is Dharma there is victory : H.H. Dr Shibnarayan Sen, Shastra Dharma Prachar Sabha

Vaishvik Hindu Rashtra Mahotsav (2024) : Intellectual Movement for Hindu Rashtra

H.H. Dr Shibnarayan Sen, Joint Secretary, Shastra Dharma Prachar Sabha, Kolkata

Ramnath Devasthan, Goa – Sant Pandit Upendra Mohan (Bengal) had a difficult early life. After marriage, he performed Chandipath on his wife’s request. Goddess has said in Chandipatha that ‘I remove all kinds of sorrows of those who recite Chandipatha’. He continued the Chandipath in order to experience this, which he did, after a year. Work that had been stalled reached completion. He continued reciting Chandipatha continuously.

After two and a half years the Lord himself appeared before him and said,

“Come with me, I have come to take you.” He refused to go with God. He said to God, “I will not come with you till I have told others how merciful you are. The world has forgotten God. And God is pained about this. I will not come till I have alleviated this pain.” H.H. Dr Sen narrated this instance from the life of Sant Pandit Upendra Mohan while addressing the audience in the Vaishvik Hindu Rashtra Mahotsav (2024).

He was talking on the life and thoughts of Pt Upendra Mohan on Hindu Rashtra. Pt Upendra Mohan ji firmly believed that where there is Dharma, there is victory.

H.H. Dr Sen said that Pt Upendra Mohanji said that for 500 years Muslims looted India, destroyed temples, but they could not break the faith of Hindus. Although the invaders plundered India in large quantities, India’s economic position in the world was strong at that time. The British banned the teaching of Sanskrit in the country in 1936. Pt Upendra Mohanji, opposed this and told the British that betraying Sanskrit is a sin. Pt Upendra Mohanji became the District Magistrate. In this capacity, he tried to preserve Indian culture, tradition and ethical values. He then resigned from the post. He condemned the genocide orchestrated by Germany. He said that Germany and Japan would have to bear the fruits of their wrongdoing, and it happened.