Collective ‘Gadaa Puja’ held at 757 places across the country to increase valour among Hindus and to acquire strength to re-establish ‘Ramrajya’

Sadguru Swati Khadye and H. H. (Mrs) Manisha Pathak at the ‘Gadaa Puja’

Mumbai – Hindu Janajagruti Samiti (HJS) and other like-minded pro-Hindu organisations jointly performed ‘Gadaa Puja’ at 757 places all over India on the occasion of ‘Shri Hanuman Jayanti’, to increase valour amongst Hindus and to acquire spiritual strength for the mission of re-establishing ‘Ramrajya’.

The programme started with the blowing of conch; followed by collective prayers, the ‘Gadaa Puja’ ceremony, and reciting Shri Hanuman ‘aarti’ and ‘Maruti strotra’. After the recitation of ‘Maruti Strotra’, the participants collectively chanted ‘Shri Hanumate Namah’. There was guidance on inculcating qualities of Shri Hanuman for reinstating Dharma. The programmes were concluded with taking an oath by all participants for the re-establishment of ‘Ramrajya’.

Hindus need to increase devotion and valour like Shri Hanuman for the re-establishment of ‘Ramrajya’ : Ramesh Shinde, National Spokesperson, HJS

Shri Ramesh Shinde

Mr Ramesh Shinde, National Spokesperson of HJS, while explaining the objective of ‘Gadaa Puja’, stated that Shri Hanuman’s ‘Gadaa’ is known, for ages, as a symbol of courage. Shri Hanuman slayed many powerful demons with the help of this Divine ‘Gadaa’ and thus, contributed to the mission of re-establishment of ‘Ramrajya’ of Deity Shriram. He also extended Divine help to Pandavas to win the ‘Mahabharat’ battle through his presence on the chariot of Arjun. Samarth Ramdas Swami installed eleven Maruti Temples. He trained the ‘Mawlas’ of Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj to develop the strength to fight battles to re-establish the ‘Hindavi Swaraj’. Now, after 500 years, Shriram has once again ascended in Ayodhya. At such time, therefore, Hindus need to develop devotion and valour like Shri Hanuman to re-establish ‘Ramrajya’. ‘Gadaa Puja’ ceremonies have been organised across the country with this objective, on the occasion of ‘Shri Hanuman Jayanti’.

Gadaa Puja held at 642 places in Maharashtra

Sunil Ghanwat of HJS performing ‘Gadaa Puja’

Gadapujan at Yavatmal

‘Gadaa Puja’ programmes were held at 642 places in Maharashtra including Mumbai, Raigad, Ratnagiri, Sindhudurg, Pune, Satara, Kolhapur, Solapur, Chhatrapati Sambhajinagar, Nashik, Jalgaon, Amaravati, Yavatmal, etc. Sadguru Swati Khadye and H. H. (Mrs) Manisha Pathak of Sanatan Sanstha graced the ceremony at Pune with their auspicious presence. The programmes were attended by the office bearers of various pro-Hindu organisations and the youth members in large numbers.

‘Gadaa Puja’ ceremony was held at 757 places all over India, including 30 places in Goa, 41 places in Karnataka, 10 places in Bengal, 14 places in Madhya Pradesh and Rajasthan while jointly at 20 places in New Delhi, Haryana and Uttar Pradesh.