Meet to create awakening about the nation and
Dharma organised by Hindu Janajagruti Samiti at Prayag
Prayag – In the present secular society Dharma has disappeared from the life of citizens. That is precisely why each one, from the milkman delivering milk in the morning to the doctor, all, are looting the society. Not just government officials but police and judges are also corrupt. Each one is indulging in the sin of causing unhappiness to the other. Consequently there is a rampant increase in corruption, unrighteousness, immorality etc. At present Dharma appears to have deteriorated. Yet the speciality of the Hindu Dharma is that Dharma is reinstated through the medium of Incarnations, Saints, evolved souls etc. In today’s world too righteous Hindus are beginning to participate in the formation of a Hindu nation as spiritual practice for reinstatement of Dharma, is what spokesperson of Sanatan Sanstha Mr. Chetan Rajhans said when speaking at a meet organised by Hindu Janajagruti Samiti to create awakening about the nation and Dharma.
When guiding on methods of spiritual practice guide of Hindu Janajagruti Samiti for North Bharat H.H. Nilesh Singbal said that Hindu Dharma states that accomplishment of a human birth lies only in attainment of Moksha (Final Liberation) and daily efforts made to achieve it itself is spiritual practice. In the Kaliyug (era of strife) chanting is the easiest spiritual practice. The bliss derived through chanting is enhanced by remaining in satsang (Holy company). Hence always remain in satsang. Start a Dharmashikshan class giving satsang, in your area. This is service unto Dharma.
At that time Uttar Pradesh-Bihar co-ordinator for Hindu Janajagruti Samiti Mr. Vishwanath Kulkarni chalked out which programmes for awakening of Dharma can be done in Prayag. 45 people benefitted from this programme where it was decided to start weekly Dharmashikshan classes.