Sanatan Sanstha participates in the Vaishvik Hindu Rashtra Mahotsav
Hindu Dharma considers immorality as adharma. Dharma is to work for universal welfare. Right action is called Dharma. Harming others in the name of freedom of expression is Adharma. The main problem with freedom of expression is, who determines what is freedom or expression and what is wantonness? The definition of ‘freedom of expression’ is being decided by anti-India forces with the left-wing at the forefront. Freedom of expression has been unnecessarily glorified. This freedom of expression is tilted in favor of anti-national forces like communists, leftists, naxals etc. Article 19(1A) of the Constitution grants everyone freedom of expression; but according to Article 19 (2) freedom of expression has also been restricted in view of the sovereignty of the nation. At present freedom of expression is being exercised as per convenience. Freedom of expression was raised when it came to granting entry of women into Sabarimala temple. But the same freedom of expression gang maintains silence about other religions, said Mr Chetan Rajhans, Spokesperson, Sanatan Sanstha. He was addressing the audience on Day 6 of the ongoing Vaishvik Hindu Rashtra Mahotsav here.
No matter how many difficulties we face in this crusade for the Hindu Rashtra, we will continue to move forward – H.H. Ramananda Gowda, Dharmapracharak Saint, Sanatan Sanstha, Karnataka
All devout Hindus are fighting a crusade for the establishment of a Hindu Rashtra. Naturally there are numerous obstacles that one faces at the gross and subtle levels. However, by the grace of God, we will continue to move forward by overcoming these difficulties, said Sanatan Sanstha’s Dharmapracharak Saint H.H. Ramananda Gowda.
While guiding the audience on the last day of the Vaishvik Hindu Rashtra Mahotsav, He said,
1. There are various difficulties one faces. Practice spirituality to overcome these difficulties. With spiritual practice, we obtain spiritual strength as well as divine benediction. So we can serve better and always keep moving forward.
2. Spiritual practice creates a subtle protective sheath around us. It protects us from negative energies.
3. Everyone has to experience happiness and sorrow depending on one’s destiny. Sometimes there is pressure from the police while serving Dharma. Sometimes society may oppose you. If you do spiritual practice, you can remain stable in such adverse situations. Also you can continue your work uninterrupted.
4. One sees Tej (brilliance) on the faces of Sanatan’s seekers, because of their faith in God. This also protects them from negative energies.