Jalgaon, October 15, 2018 (news) – Sadguru Nandakumar Jadhav, while speaking at the inauguration of a recently organised workshop at Jalgaon said that Divine intervention is necessary to work for welfare of Nation and Dharma. Hence when working with love for Dharma one should also perform individual spiritual practice for individual spiritual progress. Spiritual practice are efforts made continuously to attain bliss. In Spirituality based on the quote that ‘you should teach others whatever you learn’ action is more important. While performing the work of Dharma you should contribute in a small way towards the establishing a Hindu nation. Mrs. Kshipra Juvekar of Ranaragini Shakha and Mr. Vinod Shinde of Hindu Janajagruti Samiti were also present there..
Compering was done by Mr. Shreyas Pisolkar. Thirty devout Hindus from Dhule and Nandurbar Districts participated in this one day workshop.
Let us prepare ourselves to establish a Hindu nation by
eradicating personality defects – Mrs. Kshipra Juvwekar, Ranaragini Shakha
Mrs. Kshipra Juwekar of Ranaragini Shakha stated that we should prepare ourselves to establish a Hindu nation by overcoming our personality defects and enhancing virtues.
Demand for a Hindu nation is
constitutional – Prashant Juwekar, Hindu Janajagruti Samiti
Twenty-nine years after Bharat acquired independence the word ‘secular’ was inserted into the Constitution declaring the country as secular. The current democracy, education system, election process, administration, judicial system are all as per the British system. Even after independence we have not been able to change these systems according to our culture. Just as Chatrapti Shivaji Maharaj freed his subjects from Islamic invasions by establishing a ‘Hindavi Swaraj’ we also have to establish a Hindu nation following the constitutional path. Demanding for a Hindu nation, propagating that idea and making efforts towards its fulfilment is a constitutional right provided to us by the Constitution of Bharat so let us utilise it fruitfully.
Dr. Narendra Patil and Miss Rageshri Deshpande of Hindu Janajagruti Samiti, guided devout Hindus on propagating the concept of establishing a Hindu nation to society and which programs with respect to Hindu unification can be implemented effectively in the present times.
Devout Hindus Mr. Pankaj Rajput from Nandurbar, Mr. Manoj Patil from Dhanora, Mr. Devendra Choudhary from Paladhi, Mr. Lalit Mali form Songir and Miss Poonam Chavan from Diksai expressed their views at the conclusion of the workshop after which Vande Mataram was sung.