Mumbai – On the occasion of the 20th anniversary of Hindu Janajagruti Samiti, ‘Hindu Rashtra Sankalp Abhiyan’ is being undertaken across the country. Various activities have been organised under this campaign. The Samiti has launched a nationwide campaign ‘Har Ghar Bhagawa’ from 3rd to 5th October 2022 to give a thrust to its demand for establishing Hindu Rashtra. Under the ‘Har Ghar Tiranga’ campaign, patriotic citizens expressed their patriotism by hoisting the tricolour on their houses on the occasion of the Amrut Mahotsav of India’s independence. In the same way, Hindu Janajagruti Samiti has appealed to people to express their love for the mission of establishing Hindu Rashtra by participating in the ‘Har Ghar Bhagawa’ campaign and in this way, to celebrate Vijayadashami by performing ‘Seemollaghan (Crossing the border)’ for the sake of establishing Hindu Rashtra.
Under ‘Hindu Rashtra Sankalp Abhiyan’, 33,600 people have taken the oath for being a part of this drive while 3,000 lectures have been held and 3,000 boards have been exhibited based on the concept of establishing Hindu Rashtra. Cleaning of 1,000 temples and 250 historical places was undertaken under this drive; besides holding 350 meetings for bringing together women and 200 training programmes for self-defence for women. 30 rallies for the unification of Hindus were held for creating awareness for the concept of Hindu Rashtra; 50-anniversary programmes, 50 Hindu Rashtra conventions, 70 road-shows, 200 meetings for the unification of Hindus, 60 meetings of advocates, etc have been held so far, across the country under this ‘Abhiyan’.
How to participate in ‘Har Ghar Bhagawa’ campaign ?
To participate in the ‘Har Ghar Bhagawa’ campaign, hoist the saffron flag on your house, take a selfie with it and share it on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram etc. Hindu Janajagruti Samiti has appealed to use the hashtag #HarGharBhagwa while posting photos. Also, while posting photos, tag the social media account of Hindu Janajagruti Samiti, informs Samiti. For this campaign, Samiti has launched a separate ‘page’ HinduRashtra.HinduJagruti.org. There is a pledge on this page for dedicating self to the mission of establishing the Hindu Rashtra. Those, who have taken this pledge, as well as those participating in the ‘Har Ghar Bhagawa’ campaign, will be given a ‘Hindu Rashtra Veer’ certificate on behalf of the Samiti. The Samiti has advised Hindus to go to the above page and fill out the form for getting the certificate.