Dignitaries in and around Mumbai visit Sanatan Sanstha’s exhibition of Holy texts

Member of Parliament Mr. Rajan Vichare (1) viewing Sanatan’s exhibition of Holy texts

Mumbai, December 5, 2017 (news) – On the occasion of Datta Jayanti many dignitaries in and around Mumbai paid a visit to Sanatan’s exhibition of Holy texts. Former Chief Minister and Shivasena leader Mr. Manohar Joshi, Corporator Ms. Seema Parkar paid a visit to the Worli exhibition while Shivasena Member of Parliament Mr. Rajan Vichare, Corporators Mr. Somanth Vaskar and Mr. Manohar Madhavi visited at Sonpada and purchased Holy texts. At the exhibition organised opposite the Mulund (West) railway station Bharatiya Janata Party Legislator Sardar Mr. Tara Singh and Santosh Dubey of the Vishwa Hindu Parishad of Mulund District, paid a visit. At the Sonpada exhibition visited by Shivasena Legislator Mr. Ajay Choudhary, a Sanatan lady seeker Mrs. Kamal Deshmukh gave information on Sanatan’s mission and gifted him a copy of that day’s special edition of Dainik Sanatan Prabhat glorifying Deity Datta. On the occasion of Datta Jayanti in all stalls exhibiting Holy texts were set up at 55 venues and were visited by hundreds of dedicated Hindus, readers of Dainik Sanatan Prabhat and people interested in Spirituality.

A unique spiritual experience of Mukesh
Tiwari from Mulund, a reader of the fortnightly Sanatan Prabhat

Mr. Mukesh Tiwari had forgotten that it was Datta Jayanti. All of a sudden He had a vision of Paratpar Guru (Dr.) Athavale informing him that it was Datta Jayanti and asked him to visit the Sanatan Sanstha’s book stall at the temple. He immediately closed down his shop and went at the book stall. He was grateful to Paratpar Guru (Dr.) Athavale for having reminded him that it was Datta Jayanti. If He were not to remind him then he would have lost this precious opportunity. He also said that he was impressed with the way Sanatan seekers had given themselves up towardsthe cause of spreading dharma and that after fulfilling worldly responsibilities he too had decided to devote himself fulltime to this cause.

Source : Dainik Sanatan Prabhat

 

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