Shrikrushna’s blissful gift to a
devout Hindu in the All India Hindu Convention
Shri. Neeraj Atri is the president of National Centre for Historical Research and Comparative Studies, Chandigarh and the writer of ‘Brainwashed republic’. He has fought against distortion of history by NCERT without expectation, because of his love for nation and Dharma. After Shri. Atri’s speech in the Hindu Convention on 15th June, H. H. (Dr.) Charudatta Pingale, declared that Shri. Neeraj Atri has attained 61% spiritual level. All present at the convention were very happy to learn about it. Spiritual emotions of many devout Hindus was awakened.
H. H. Dr. Pingale said that, despite being a student of Physics, while carrying out his household duties and out of his love for the nation and Dharma, Shri. Atri followed up the matter very persistently and that too without having any expectations in that regard and that this act of his was worth emulating. Thereafter Shri. Atri was felicitated by offering a garland and presenting Shrikrushna’s picture.
While acknowledging his felicitation, Shri. Atri said very humbly that, what he did was not a big thing, it was his duty. He was feeling that the coming generation should learn the true history and wanted to stop the current misguidance of the student community.
Shri. Munishwar Sagar, Shri. Atri’s colleague and co-writer of the book ‘Brainwashed republic’, said that we are very much happy to get Paratpar Guru (Dr.) Athavale’s guidance; besides the news about Shri. Atri’s attaining 61% spiritual level has enhanced our happiness. I know Shri. Atri from very close and I feel that he has really advanced spiritually.
Sanatan’s holy text ‘Bodhkatha’ in Tamil language released
Holy text released in the second
session of 6th Hindu Convention on 15 June
Sanatan’s Holy text in Tamil on ‘Parables’ published by Sanatan and promoted by Hindu Janajagruti Samiti was released on 15 th June in the Hindu Convention held in Goa. The Holy text was released at the hands of H. H. Cyriaque Vallee, , Shri. Maravanpulavu Sachithananthan, devout Hindu from Srilanka, Adv. Rabindra Ghosh of Minority Watch, Bangladesh and Shri. Murli Manohar Sharma, National Convener of Bharat Raksha Manch, Orissa