Hindu Rashtra Sampark Abhiyan on behalf of Sanatan Sanstha and Hindu Janajagruti Samiti at Jaunpur and Chandauli Districts of Uttar Pradesh

From left to right – Mr. Chetan Rajhans, Advocate Madan Mohan Yadav and Mr. Vishwanath Kulkarni along with youth volunteers of Sainya Seva Samiti

Chandauli (Uttar Pradesh) – With the objectives of creating awareness about establishing a Hindu nation and bringing together like-minded individuals and organisations, in two districts of Uttar Pradesh viz. Jaunpur and Chandauli, Hindu Janajagruti Samiti and Sanatan Sanstha organised a Hindu Rashtra Sampark Abhiyan. Mr. Chetan Rajhans National Spokesperson for Sanatan Sanstha and Mr. Vishwanath Kulkarni of Hindu Janajagruti Samiti represented their respective organisations.  Through this campaign intellectuals, well-known, devout Hindu personalities and those from the social circle in both districts, were contacted. At some places awareness was created among Hindus through meetings.


Guidance on spiritual practice in Thanagaddi Sangh Shakha

Mr. Chetan Rajhans guided the Thanagaddi Sangh Shakha. He said that ‘as we participate in games at the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh we learn nationalism. Our physical and psychological potential also grows through a shakha. However spiritual strength being more important than physical and mental potential, to increase it spiritual practice is required. The second Sarasanghachalak of the Sangh, revered Golwalkar Guruji was a seeker of high calibre and he performed the mission of expanding the Sangh all over the country. Even calamities did not deter him from accomplishing this task and it was his spiritual strength that made him do this. We too should undertake spiritual practice to increase our spiritual strength. Spiritual practice is remembrance and devotion unto God and chanting the Name of God is an easy way to achieve both.’


Conversation with intellectuals from Barai village

When conversing with villagers of Barai Mr. Rajhans said, “Only Dharma teaches which actions are meritorious and which incur sin. Due to lack of this education on Dharma in schools and colleges today no one fears committing a sin. Only Dharma teaches how after death one attains a pitiable state by performing sinful actions. That is why in the ancient times people well-versed in Dharma feared sin. If all of us follow Dharma then there will not be any fights and conflicts in the village and happiness and prosperity will prevail. Dharma promises that the foundation of happiness is Dharma.


Conversation with students of
Purvanchal University students at Jaunpur

Sanatan Sanstha Spokesperson Mr. Chetan Rajhans when addressing students of Purvanchal University said that concentration is essential for study to occur smoothly but that due to repeated useless thoughts and social media the mind is restless. Increasing the concentration of the mind through chanting is the only remedy to this problem. Chanting the Name of the Family Deity (kuladevata) is the easiest and most useful spiritual practice which reduces useless thoughts and gradually increases concentration.


Sanatan Sanstha participates in the debate
of the Hindu Rashtra Jagruti at Sakaldiha (Chandoli)

Secularism has caused the greatest loss to Hindus. In reality in the Constitution of Bharat the word secular applies only to the state administration. It does not apply to Hindus but as Hindus call themselves secular they have forgotten the Hindu ideology. In the name of secularism they are becoming atheists. That is why the word ‘secularism’ needs to be deleted from the Constitution and Bharat needs to be declared a ‘Hindu nation’  This is what Mr. Chetan Rajhans reiterated at the Hindu Rashtra Jagruti debate organised by the Youth Sangharsh Morcha. President of the Sakaldiha Bar Association, Mr. Shailendra Pande was the organiser of this programme.

Source : Dainik Sanatan Prabhat

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