Every act one undertakes and every agitation one stages has potential
and will succeed provided God's will is invoked therefor. - Samartha Ramdas Swami
Hindus, start Hindu Janajagruti activities in your area. You can contact at firstname.lastname@example.org
Hindu Janajagruti Samiti is a non-profit organisation whose mission is to serve Hindu Dharma and Nation (Rashtra). Samiti runs various activities in a disciplinary manner. The cost of those activities is covered by offerings from who are doing spiritual practice, well wishers and volunteers. Should you wish to donate to the mission, kindly go to the 'Donation' section through the link given below.I want to donate
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Online Prasar: Web promotion of news, campaigns etc in various groups friends contacts
Financial help: Donations to the HJS; Making subscribers for the 'Sanatan Prabhat' and/or giving advt. in the 'Sanatan Prabhat'
Psychological or intellectual help: Writing articles or answering them in news media
Spiritual help: Doing spiritual practice and guiding others
Translation of Matter on Dharma from Marathi/Hindi to English
Physical help: Put up posters, banners, writing News Board (Phalak) arrange lectures, workshops, protest demonstrations, invite persons, screening of VCD
Educating Intellectuals & Academicians - Political, Economists etc. on Dharma
Contacting like-minded influential persons in the society - Those in authority in Temples, colleges-schools, organised societies and clubs
Providing Publicity - Liasoning with the press - print media, TV, cable channels
Reporting events that concern Dharma - for and against
Cable TV advertisement, screening of VCD
Providing free Legal Aid unto the cause of Dharma
Offline Prasar: Giving information about website to individuals
Sponsoring activities of the HJS
Providing advt. Space for HJS campaigns on hired bill boards
Providing advt. Space for Messages on Dharma on your products, services
Providing a link to the HJS website on your website
Attaching messages with your e-mails on Dharma-Shikshan
Taking up the cause of Dharma with various media - writing letters, sending e-mails, SMS's in your individual capacity
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Most of us have the inner urge to do something for our Dharma; but we have our professions to pay attention too and earn our bread, which leaves us with little time for this. There are many other reasons too, due to which we cannot give time for our Dharma. In the end, we do not know how to really make a beginning. This section is for the Dharma-abhimanis who are in search of a direction in this regard.
Do I have enough time for my Dharma?
To begin with, you can speak about Hinduism and share information you have come across about it with your family, neighbors and friends. When you have some more time, you can involve yourself in other higher-level activities.
Do I have the qualities to serve Dharma?
Each individual has certain physical, psychological and spiritual strengths. Serve your Dharma, with any of these strengths.
But I cannot influence others.
Only spiritually evolved individuals can influence and guide others appropriately. So start on the correct spiritual practice. For scientific guidance on the appropriate spiritual practice refer to our section on Hinduism.
In the 'Examples of Contributions' section you will come across simple, common individuals belonging to the middle-class, who have broken the shackles of inaction and have chosen to actively participate in building a Righteous Nation.
Remember, "Change occurs not by big miracles but by acts within reach of common man" and you can be one of them. May these examples guide you how to serve Dharma, the Nation and finally Humanity at large.