Sanatan Sanstha participates in the Vaishvik Hindu Rashtra Mahotsav organized by Hindu Janajagruti Samiti

India must be Constitutionally declared a Hindu Rashtra – Chetan Rajhansa, National Spokesperson, Sanatan Sanstha

Over the last 75 years, Hindus have been deprived of education on our Dharma. Dharma has survived in India only by the grace of Saints and Mahatmas. The term secularism has blocked any means of imparting education on Dharma to the Hindus. A secular system means a Godless (Adharmik) system. The Places of Worship Act 1991 called for status quo to be maintained in all the temples (except Ayodhya). This has hindered the liberation of thousands of temples including Vishwanath temple at Kashi.

Chetan Rajhansa, National Spokesperson, Sanatan Sanstha

Therefore, to make India a Hindu Rashtra again, it is necessary to rally through agitations, parliamentary and judicial means that are enshrined in the Constitution. Despite having received medical education, one is not recognized as a doctor until the certificate is obtained. Similarly, while India is a Hindu-majority system, India must be constitutionally declared a Hindu Rashtra.

Book release

Bhagwatacharya (Advocate) Shri Rajeevkrishna ji Maharaj Jha, H.H. Bhagirathi Maharaj, Pujya Sant Sriram Gyanidas Mahatyagi, H.H. (Advocate) Harishankar Jain, Mahant Shri Deepak Goswami unveiled the Hindi and Marathi editions of Sanatan’s text ‘Sadhana pratyaksha shikavnyachi paddhat’, from the series on Sachchidananda Parabrahman Dr Athavale’s invaluable teachings.

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