‘Experiences of devout Hindus while protecting Hindu Dharma’ session on fifth day of Adhiveshan

Concerted efforts are required to make temples the centers of mass worship ! – Sunil Ghanwat, HJS

(On dias from left) Mr Sunil Ghanwat, Mr Abhay Vartak, Mr Harshad Khanvilkar and at podium Mr Prashant Juvekar
Mr Sunil Ghanwat, HJS

Ramnathi, (Goa) – There is still a long way to go for the protection of temple culture. Temples are the source of Chaitanya. Hanuman Chalisa is being recited in temples, even though it may be in defiance of mosque loudspeakers. Maha Aarti is being performed in many temples. Now we have to make a concerted effort to make temples the centers of mass worship. If temples become centers of mass worship, then the spiritual strength of society will also increase. If temples survive, then Dharma will survive, asserted Mr Sunil Ghanwat. He was speaking in the second session held on the fifth day of the convention. He shared his experiences on ‘Uniting Temple Trustees and Priests’.

Gram Raksha Dal can instill the need to protect Rashtra & Dharma in the youth ! – Prashant Juvekar, Jalgaon District Coordinator, Hindu Janajagruti Samiti

Mr Prashant Juvekar, Jalgaon District Coordinator, Hindu Janajagruti Samiti

At present, Hindus are facing atrocities all over. Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj organized the mawlas (soldiers) and established the Hindavi Swarajya. For this, it is necessary to instill the need to protect Nation & Dharma among the youth by setting up Gram Raksha Dal in every village. All the youth in the village should be given self-defense training. In case of any crisis in the village, the Gram Raksha Dal will protect it. Self-Defense Training is provided free of cost by the Hindu Janajagruti Samiti. Temples are the source of Energy for Hindus. T

he Gram Raksha Dal can prepare to protect the temples since they are the first places that religious fanatics attack. The sentiment that ‘I am a Hindu and it is my duty to protect the nation and religion’ must be instilled in the Hindu youth, appealed Mr Prashant Juvekar, Jalgaon District Coordinator of the Hindu Janajagruti Samiti.

Youth should choose the mission of ‘establishing the Hindu Rashtra’ as a career ! – Harshad Khanwilkar, Youth Organizer, Hindu Janajagruti Samiti

Mr Harshad Khanwilkar, Youth Organizer, Hindu Janajagruti Samiti

Today, young men and women are pursuing their own ‘career’, while the ‘career’ of the nation is in danger. If the ‘career’ of the nation is in danger, then how will your ‘career’ take off? Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj, Swatantryaveer Savarkar dedicated their life to the cause of Nation & Dharma right from their childhood. They could have chosen a tamer career for themselves. Youth should follow their example and choose the mission of ‘establishing the Hindu Rashtra’ as a career. The Hindu Janajagruti Samiti is working to create ‘Hindu Rashtraveer’, youth who will contribute to Dharmakarya. There is no system to impart self-defense training to Hindus. This has caused misery to Hindus. Hindu Janajagati Samiti is imparting free self-defense training to the youth. At present, 95 self-defense training classes are being conducted in Maharashtra, Karnataka, and Goa. More than 400 youth are a part of these classes. Physical strength should always have the backing of spiritual strength, so a ‘Balopasana Saptah’ was organized by the Samiti. In this camp, the attendees were taught to chant the names of Shri Ram and Shri Hanuman apart from ways to increase physical strength.

More than 580 youth participated in this. This information was shared by Hindu Janajagruti Samiti’s youth organizer Mr Harshad Khanwilkar. He was speaking on the topic of ‘Efforts to unite the youth through Shaurya Jagran’.

All sections of Hindu society should come together and work for the protection of Hindus during adverse times ! – Abhay Vartak, Dharmapracharak, Sanatan Sanstha

Mr Abhay Vartak, Dharmapracharak, Sanatan Sanstha

During the forthcoming adverse times, the main task will be to save the devout Hindus and sattvik people. Virtuous people who have fallen on hard times should be helped. All this work does not belong to any one organization or individual. In times of calamity, all sections of Hindu society should come together and work for the protection of Hindus. Doing so is tantamount to repaying the social debt (Samajaruna) and will also be a means to our spiritual practice. Some may be saddened by the catastrophic losses we will face, while others may wonder, ‘Isn’t God going to do something to stop this loss?’ We should bear in mind that the calamity is a part of the Divine plan for the establishment of God’s Kingdom in the world. It is a measure taken by God to create the dominance of Sattva Guna by lightening the burden of Raj-Tama on the earth; This means that from the point of view of the virtuous people, this calamity will be bittersweet.

Therefore, the Hindu community should think, ‘Is there a chance to get out of this calamity and earn God’s grace by working for the protection of Hindus’, regardless of sitting and contemplating whether the calamity is right or wrong’ said Mr Abhay Vartak, Dharmapracharak, Sanatan Sanstha. He was speaking on the topic of ‘Appeal of Sanatan Sanstha : The Hindu Society Should Prepare for Adverse Times’.

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