Ramnathi, (Goa) – Supreme Court lawyer H.H. (Adv) Hari Shankar Jain and National Spokesperson of ‘Hindu Front for Justice’ Adv Vishnu Shankar Jain were felicitated on behalf of various temples in Goa for successfully fighting the case of Shri Kashi Vishwanath Mandir. This programme was held in a bhav-enriched atmosphere at the tenth ‘Akhil Bharatiya Hindu Rashtra Adhiveshan’ held at ‘Shri Ramnath Devasthan’, Ponda. At the time, the Temple Trustees of Goa felicitated the Jain father and son by garlanding them, offering them shawls, coconuts and images of Deities.
On the occasion, the President of ‘Shri Mangesh Devasthan’ Dr Ajay Kantak and Secretary Mr Arun Nadkarni, President of Shri Kamleshwar Mandir at Korgaon-Pedne Mr Gurunath Prabhu and Secretary Mr Krushna Gawde, the treasurer of ‘Shri Ramnath Damodar Devasthan’ at Jambavali Mr Jayesh Kamat-Bambolkar, President of ‘Gomantak Mandir Mahasangha’ Mr Chandrakant (Bhai) Pandit and Secretary Mr Jayesh Thali were present. At the time, while explaining the special relationship between the State of Goa and the State of Uttar Pradesh, Dr Ajay Kantak said, “Mahajans of Shri Mangesh Devasthan has the first honour of worship at Shri Vishwanath Temple in Kashi. Every year on the occasion of Mahashivaratri festival, the water of the river Ganga is sent from Vishwanath temple at Kashi to Shri Mangesh Devasthan in Goa. The water is used to purify the Sanctum Sanctorum of Devasthan after Mahashivaratri”.
The day is not far away when Hindus would worship Shri Kashi Vishwanath together – Adv Vishnu Shankar Jain
“In the context of Gyanvapi Masjid, the Supreme Court allowed the restrictions of movement in its part where Shivling was found. Many more Hindu symbols have been found there. The day is not far away when Hindus will come together and worship Shri Vishwanath at Kashi Vishwanath Temple”, said firmly Adv. Vishnu Shankar Jain, Lawyer in Supreme Court and National Spokesperson of ‘ Front for Justice’. He was speaking at the inaugural session of the Adhiveshan on the topic ‘Gruesomeness of the ‘Places of Worship Act’ and the Kashi-Mathura liberation movement’. At the time, the Supreme Court’s lawyer H.H. (Adv) Hari Shankar Jain, Adv Amrutesh N.P. National Vice President of Hindu Vidhidnya Parishad and former CBI interim Director Mr M. Nageshwar Rao were present.