Sixth day of the 8th All India Convention for Hindu Rashtra

From left : Pujya Santshri (Dr.) Santoshji Maharaj, Shri. Suryakant Kelkar, Shri. Arjun Sampath and Shri. Munnakumar Sharma

Ramnathi (Goa) : ‘A fine coordination between spiritual practice and propagation of Dharma (DharmaPrasar) is being witnessed in the 8th All India Convention for the ‘Hindu Rashtra’. I was pleased to observe on arriving at Convention that there is somebody who cares about Hindu Dharma. The Sindhi community had gone astray from the mission for the Nation and Dharma for some time due to economic and other reasons; however, the situation has changed now, and this community is also in the forefront of the mission for the Nation and Dharma. The ‘Hindu Rashtra’ will definitely materialise; however, for this purpose, the sects will have to abandon their narrow-mindedness and work by adopting expansiveness’, appealed Pujya Santshri (Dr.) Santosh Ji Maharaj of Shivadhara Ashram from Amravati (Maharashtra). He was speaking on the 6th day (3rd June) of the 8th All India Convention for the ‘Hindu Rashtra’ on 3rd June at Vidyadhiraj Sabhagruha of Shri Ramnath Temple on the topic ‘Efforts made to protect the culture in the Sindhi community and success achieved’. On this occasion, Shri. Sanjay Singh, State coordinator of Hindu Janajagruti Samiti for Bihar read out the resolutions proposed in the Convention. All attendees seconded the resolution by acclamations of ‘Har Har Mahadev’.

 

Sects should adopt expansiveness for the ‘Hindu Rashtra’ : Pujya Santshri (Dr.) Santosh Ji Maharaj

The confluence of Dharmprasar and sadhana seen in Sanatan Sanstha and Hindu Janajagruti Samiti is admirable !

Sanatan Sanstha and Hindu Janajagruti Samiti are sharing the ideas on Dharmaprasar and Hindu Rashtra on the national level. Usually those who do dharmprasar don’t do spiritual practice (sadhana), and those who do sadhana don’t protect Dharma actively. But here we see a confluence of Dharmaprasar and sadhana. This is the need of the hour. The main idea behind the Hindu Rashtra that we keep hearing about is to protect our Dharma and culture. This is admirable. This convention is an effort to unite various prohindu organizations. The devout Hindus should implement the points that they have learnt here once they return to their respective provinces. The Saints who put in efforts to uplift the society by teaching them practical spiritually are superior to the Saints who only think about their own spiritual progress. Even our life’s purpose will be fulfilled when, along with our personal spiritual progress, we will put in efforts for the society to progress spiritually. I am happy that a major platform is being utilised to try and protect Hindu Dharma.

HH Santshri Dr Santoshji Maharaj said that Guruji (Paratpar Gur Dr Athavale) has the faith that the ‘Akhand Hindu Rashtra will materialise’; but for that we have to become karmayogis (selflessly and tirelessly work towards that aim).

 

Tamil Nadu State is turning into Jammu-Kashmir !
– Shri. Arjun Sampath, Hindu Makkal Katchi, Tamil Nadu

Shri. Arjun Sampath

Till date more than 173 proHindu leaders have been targeted and killed; but no one has raised any objection to it.

 

NRC (National Register of Citizens) must be implemented in all the states ! – Suryakant Kelkar, National Convenor, Bharat Raksha Manch

Work permits must be made mandatory for citizens of other countries want to work in India. This will ensure that the personal details of the person will be registered with the government. NRC is being implemented in the border states of the country to identify and vet Indian citizens. In this process 40 lakh people out of 3 crore 30 lakh people in Assam have been found not to own any proof of citizenship.

 

Cast aside caste and provincial differences and unite as Hindus ! – Shri. Munna Kumar Sharma, National General Secretary, Akhil Bharat Hindu Mahasabha

The All India Convention on the Hindu Rashtra is doing the work of uniting devout Hindu organizations. This gives a feeling of certainty that the Hindu Rashtra will materialise soon. Let us participate in this wholeheartedly and strengthen the unity.

 

Hindu kings are history’s true heroes ! – Smt. Meenakshi Sharan, Mumbai


The Hindu history is peppered with great leaders, their lives and work should be made known. Todays children look up to movie actors as their heroes; but Hindu kings are history’s true heroes. The fought with the islamic invaders and kept this country alive. During the partition in 1947, the Hindus in Pakistan suffered untold misery. Estimates for the number of Hindus killed put the number at 10 lakh. The religious fanatics have always viewed Hindus with hostility even before independence.

Sou. Meenakshi Sharan got emotional while sharing the harrowing experiences that her family underwent during the partition.

 

The police-administration must be compelled to take action against fanatics ! – Adv. Kamleshchandra Tripathi

 

Ishwarprasad Khandelwal’s successful fight to save the Shri Ganesh temple in Bhayandar (Mumbai)

Shri. Ishwarprasad Khandelwal of Lashkar-e-Hind spoke about his successful fight to save the Shri Ganesh temple in Bhayandar (Mumbai). He said ‘There is a 47 year old Ganesh temple in Bhayandar. It was set to be demolished by the municipality to facilitate road widening. A notice was issued by the municipality to this effect; but the police and the administration rushed to demolish the temple even before the notice period was supposed to end. There is a large tree next to the temple, which was also going to be felled. What was interesting to note that a Christian cross across the road was to be left untouched. When we learned about this, we submitted a petition in the court. Since trees are given more important that Hindu gods today, we asked for the tree to be spared from being felled. We followed it with ‘save the temple’ as point no.2. The court brought a stay on the work to stop the tree from being felled; but that would not suffice.

Widespread awareness was required at the local level, so we contacted Hindu Janajagruti Samiti. The Samiti’s activists knocked on every door to make them aware of this campaign. It was also decided to hold a meeting in the temples; but the local BJP corporator and MLA opposed this. As a result, the temple priest withdrew the permission to hold the meeting on the eve of the meeting. When we came to know about this, we decided to hold a press meet and expose the opposition that BJP posed to the Hindu meet. When the MLA who had opposed the meeting came to know about this, they got cold feet and contacted us late in the night and told us that there was no opposition from their end. 100 Shiv Sainiks were present to provide protection. The meeting concluded successfully. We cautioned the BJP MLA that ‘if we can elect you, we can also cause your downfall’. The BJP MLA told us that ‘as long as I am the MLA, I will never allow this temple to be demolished’.

 

Corruption in society should be stopped : Adv. Amrutesh NP, Vice President, HVP

Bengaluru was known as the ‘Garbage City’, so the municipal corporation purchased a few acres of land to start a solid waste management plant. But the land purchase was coupled with a huge corruption scam. When the land was purchased, instead of negotiating prices per acre, payment was made per square foot. The price of land is significantly lower compared to buying it per square foot. As a result, the price of this land shot up from what should have been 15-20 lakhs to close to 200 crores. We submitted a petition in the court against this and obtained a stay. This is an example of how corruption has become institutionalised, and the urgent need to fight it legally.

Adv. Amrutesh NP’s bhav towards Gurudev !

Adv. Amrutesh NP started his speech by saying ‘I offer my thoughts, inspiration, intellect, atma, everything, even my existence at the feet of the Guru. I bow down to the one who has no beginning nor end, the one who is responsible for the entire creation’.

 

 

Hindus should help in protection of Sabarimala Temple !
– Bineel Somsundaram, Hindu Helpline, Kerala

Sabarimala Ayyappa Temple is a sacred shrine of Hindus in southern part of India. Hindus have immense faith in rituals observed at Shri Ayyappa Temple. One has to observe celibacy for 41 days before having ‘darshan’ of Shri Ayyappa Swami. It is not possible for keeping such observance for women in the age group of 10 to 50 years and therefore, they are prohibited entry. All Hindu women have accepted the same. All Hindus have condemned Supreme Court’s orders allowing women in all age groups to go to this temple and a campaign was undertaken through social media against such orders which received spontaneous response from people. Devout Hindus stopped women who had come to break traditions followed in Shri Ayyappa Temple. Despite deployment of 15000 policemen; Hindus didn’t allow any one of them to enter the temple. All pro-Hindu organizations should extend cooperation even in future for protection of Sabarimala Temple, was an appeal made by Shri. Bineel Somsundaram of ‘Hindu Helpline’, Kerala.

 

Hindu Rashtra would be established soon if education system is
devised based on Dharma, instead of based on Macaulay’s system !
– Dr. Devkaran Sharma, Founder President, ‘Shri Saptarshi Gurukul’, Ujjain, Madhya Pradesh

 

‘Arogya Sahayya Samiti’ for fighting against evil tendencies
in the medical field ! – Ashwini Kulkarni, ‘Arogya Sahayya Samiti’

‘Arogya Sahayya Samiti (Samiti)’ has been set up for fighting against evil tendencies in health field. Efforts will be made to eradicate corruption in medical field, through this Samiti. Awareness will be created amongst people towards corruption in this field and this ‘Samiti’, by taking help of other organizations, will work to eliminate terrorism in medical field.

 

Right to Information (RTI) Act helpful in establishing Hindu Rashtra !
– Chandrakant Warghade, Founder-President, ‘Mahiti Seva Samiti’, Maharashtra

 

Highlights

Shri. Chandrakant Warghade first condemned arrest of advocate Sanjiv Punalekar and Shri. Vikram Bhave, an RTI-activist and requested to obtain clarification from CBI on provisions applied in this case.