18th Anniversary of Hindu Janajagruti Samiti
Mumbai – “Due to the lack of education on Dharma and not abiding by Dharma in daily life, despite being majority in the country Hindus are constantly getting thrashed. At such a time, under the guidance of the source of Inspiration of Hindu Janajagruti Samiti (HJS), Paratpar Guru (Dr.) Jayant Athavale, a mission to impart education on Dharma was started for Hindus through various mediums. Now, many Hindus are abiding by Dharma in daily life. Many devout Hindu organisations are fighting on many issues such as cow-protection, infiltration, Love jihad, religious conversions, terrorism, Naxalism, atrocities against Hindus in Pakistan-Bangladesh. The only solution on all these assaults on Hindu Dharma is to establish the ‘Hindu Rashtra (Satyayug within the Kaliyug)’. With this in mind, HJS organised ‘All India Hindu Rashtra Conventions’ every year from 2012 to 2019. Hindu unity which seemed impossible before is now possible. Hundreds of devout Hindu organisations in India and abroad are uniting and becoming active at the national level. All this is being achieved with the grace of God and Saints”, said Sadguru (Dr.) Charudatta Pingale (National Guide of HJS) while speaking at a special ‘Dharmasamvad’ on ‘Ek Kadam Hindu Rashtra Ki Or …’ (One step towards the Hindu Rashtra) organised on the occasion of the 18th Anniversary of HJS. The seminar was viewed by 27,893 people on YouTube and Facebook, and reached 67,885 people.
On this occasion, two Texts – ‘Daily efforts required to survive the adverse times’ and ‘Efforts required at the psychological and spiritual level to make the adverse times bearable’ were inaugurated by H.H. Nilesh Singbal (Sanatan Sanstha’s Saint).
H.H. Govinddevgiriji Maharaj (Treasurer of Shriram Janmabhoomi Tirthkshetra Trust) sent a message of blessings, while messages from T Raja Singh (staunch Hindu MLA from Telangana), Mr. Suresh Chavanke (Editor of Sudarshan News Channel), Mr. Pramod Muthalik (President of Shriram Sene), Advocate Vishnu Shankar Jain, who is fighting the case of Shrikrushna Janmabhoomi in Mathura, Mr. Rahul Kaul (Convener of ‘Youth for Panun Kashmir’) and many devout Hindus were telecast.
Talking about the successful journey of HJS, Mr. Ramesh Shinde (National Spokesperson of HJS) said, “In the past, just about anyone would openly mock the seats of faith of Hindus through dramas, films and advertisements. However, due to the perseverance and persistent fight against it, HJS succeeded in stopping more than 400 denigrations. This has also awakened the Hindu community, which is now raising its voice at the national level against the assaults on Hindu Dharma”.
Mr. Sunil Ghanwat (Maharashtra and Chhattisgarh organiser of HJS) said, “While the Government is privatising every sector, why only Hindu temples are being taken over across the country ? HJS fought and thwarted the attempt of the Government to take-over 4.5 lakh temples in Maharashtra. This fight will continue until all the temples are restored to the devotees”.