1. Hindu Janajagruti Samiti (HJS)
Taking inspiration from the thoughts of Paratpar Guru (Dr) Athavale related to establishing the ‘Hindu Nation’, HJS was established on 7.10.2002.
1 A. Objectives
1. Providing Dharmashikshan (Education on Dharma) to Hindus
2. Educating people to protect the Hindu culture
3. Creating awakening about the dangers to the Nation and Dharma and protecting them
4. Uniting Hindus for establishing the ‘Hindu Nation’
1 B. Activities
B 1. Dharmashikshan classes
Conducts as per Hindu Dharma and superiority of Hindu Dharma are taught in these classes. Guidance is provided for acts necessary to protect the Nation & Dharma legitimately. Till February 2017, 450 Dharmashikshan classes had been conducted by Hindu Janajagruti Samiti all over Bharat.
B 2. Balsanskar classes
For creating good sanskars on the minds of children, Balsanskar classes are organised. Guidance is also provided on conducts as per the Hindu culture, sanskars of righteousness and ethics, personality defect removal, inculcating virtues etc.
B 3. Self-defense training classes
How to protect the self, society, Nation and Dharma from goons, riots, rapists, terrorist attacks etc.
B 4. Hindu Dharmajagruti Sabhas
For creating awakening on the Nation and Dharma among Hindus and for uniting them, Hindu Janajagruti Samiti organised 1226 ‘Hindu Dharmajagruti Sabhas’ from April 2007 to February 2017 in 11 States in 7 languages; through these, awareness was created among over 16 lakh Hindus.
B 5. Exhibitions on awakening the Nation and Dharma
Exhibitions that provide education on Dharma, protecting cows, protecting Ganga, protecting temples, protecting the Nation, protecting the mother-tongue, highlighting the atrocities on Bangladeshi and Kashmiri Hindus, remembering revolutionaries, establishing the ‘Hindu Nation’ etc. are organised at over 1000 places every year.
B 6. ‘All India Hindu Conventions’ and ‘Regional Hindu Conventions’
To unite Hindu organisations and leaders for establishing the ‘Hindu Nation’, ‘All India Hindu Conventions’ are being organised in Goa every year since 2012. State, Regional and District level Hindu Conventions are also being organised simultaneously. Till February 2017, 72 Hindu Conventions were organised – 5 at the National level, 35 at the Regional level, 7 at the State level and 25 at the District level. Through these Conventions, over 250 patriotic and devout Hindu organisations have come together.
1 C. Ranaragini
Women’s wing of HJS : Hindu Janajagruti Samiti established its women’s wing called ‘Ranaragini’ on 3.6.2009 to provide education on Dharma to Hindu women and to make them active for protecting the Nation and Dharma. The ‘Ranaragini’ wing organises ‘Self-defence training classes’ for women. Agitations are also organised against obscenity and against modern women who oppose traditional customs.
1 D. Websites
D 1. Hindu Janajagruti Samiti’s website – HinduJagruti.org : This website is active for bring about awakening in people about the dangers the Nation and Dharma are facing and providing guidance on establishing the ‘Hindu Nation’. This website, presently in English and Hindi, is being viewed in over 180 countries. After Bharat, the largest number of visitors is from USA and UK.
Number of people who visit the website through various mediums
|1.||Websites||7,85,479||Visitors in March 2017|
|2.||YouTube||1,42,519||Visitors in March 2017|
|3.||16,08,592||Members till March 2017|
|4.||21,325||Followers till March 2017|
(Source : Google Analytics)
D 2. Balsanskar website – Balsanskar.com : Today’s children are the foundation of the Nation; hence, they should be virtuous and ideal. Towards this goal – how can they eliminate their personality defects and inculcate virtues, meaning, how can they develop their personality – details on this are provided on this website of HJS in English, Marathi, Hindi and Kannada.
2. Spiritual Science Research Foundation (SSRF)
Since they liked the teachings of Paratpar Guru (Dr) Athavale and were inspired by His spiritual research, the spiritually curious overseas established SSRF in Australia on 14.1.2006. SSRF was established later in Europe and USA too.
2 A. Objectives
1. Propagating Spirituality in scientific language in the world
2. Guiding seekers according to various sects and Paths of Yoga for their spiritual progress
3. Conducting spiritual research
4. Propagating spiritual remedies for overcoming spiritual problems in life
2 B. Activities
B 1. Weekly satsangs
As of February 2017, 50 weekly satsangs in 8 languages (English, Indonesian, French, Serbo-Croat, German, Spanish, Persian and Russian) are being conducted for the spiritually curious all over the world.
B 2. Lectures
Lectures are being conducted all over the world on the ‘Importance of spiritual practice in daily life’.
2 C. Spiritual progress of SSRF seekers
By February 2017, 16 seekers had reached 60% spiritual level and 5 attained Sainthood.
2 D. Website – SSRF.org
Spiritual research conducted by Paratpar Guru (Dr) Athavale is available on SSRF.org in 22 languages – English, Hindi, Tamil, Persian, Arabic, French, German, Dutch, Spanish, Croatian, Serbian, Russian, Slovenian, Hungarian, Bulgarian, Romanian, Portuguese, Macedonian, Indonesian, Malaysian, Nepali and Chinese. Through SSRF, hundreds of overseas citizens have commenced spiritual practice as per the Hindu Dharma.
Number of people who visit the SSRF website through various mediums
|1.||Websites||9,90,946||Visitors in March 2017|
|2.||YouTube||1,26,60,746||Visitors till March 2017|
|3.||2,03,189||Members till March 2017|
|4.||12,573||Followers till March 2017|
(Source : Google Analytics)
3. Hindu Vidhidnya Parishad (HVP)
Taking inspiration from Paratpar Guru (Dr) Athavale’s mission of protecting the Nation and Dharma, patriotic and devout lawyers established the ‘Hindu Vidhidnya Parishad’ on 14.6.2012.
3 A. Mission
1. Uniting lawyers who fight for the welfare of Hindu society, Nation and Dharma, organising meetings, workshops etc. to decide the future course of action.
2. Legal battles through ‘Right to Information Act’ and ‘Public Interest Litigations’ against political corruption and inefficiency and injustice done by the Government.
3. Providing legal assistance to patriots and devout Hindus.
1. Sanatan Sadhak-Purohit Pathashala (Sanatan’s seeker-priest school)
Under the guidance of Paratpar Guru (Dr) Athavale, Sanatan Sadhak-Purohit Pathashala was established on 30.4.2008 for seekers who have the ability to study the Vedas, Scriptures etc.
1 A. Objectives
A 1. Preparing Hindu priests who will perform rituals as their spiritual practice
If the priests who perform religious rituals are sattvik, the result of rituals can be much better. Today, it is difficult to find priests who can perform religious rituals as their spiritual practice. Hence, Sanatan Sadhak-Purohit Pathashala was established to prepare such priests. Another objective was to help the society identify ‘Ideal priests’.
A 2. Providing an aim to the priests to become Saints
The priests who have enrolled in this school have been given the goal to progress spiritually from a ‘Student-priest’, ‘Seeker-priest’ to a ‘Saint-priest’.
1 B. Mission
1. To provide education on how to become a priest, classes are organised every year.
2. When the school was started, we had not thought that ‘Seeker-priests’ will be required for establishing the ‘Hindu Nation’. Now, those who read the ‘Bhrugu Sanhita’ and ‘Saptarshi Jivanadipatti’ every week are advising us to perform various religious rituals and Yadnya-yaga, and seeker-priests of the ‘Sanatan Sadhak-Purohit
Pathashala’ are performing these.
– Paratpar Guru (Dr) Athavale (3.3.2017)
2. Sanatan Hindu Dharmadiksha Kendra
Taking inspiration from Paratpar Guru (Dr) Athavale, ‘Sanatan Hindu Dharmadiksha Kendra’ was established on 5.3.2014. This is active for purifying non-Hindus who wish to become Hindus by choice and of converted Hindus who wish to return to their original religion.
3. Sanatan Adhyayan Kendra
Taking inspiration from Paratpar Guru (Dr) Athavale, ‘Sanatan Adhyayan Kendra’ was established on 1.12.2015. This is actively providing intellectual inputs to speakers and Spokespersons of Devout Hindu organisations so that they can express the perspectives of Hindu Dharma in various debates, programmes and discussions on TV channels.