Ponda (Goa) : The Hindu Dharmajagruti Sabha was organised by Hindu Janajagriti Samiti (HJS) with a view to save temples, to stop the attacks on Dharma and to unite all Hindus awakening pride in them for Dharma, at Vaishya Samaj ground, near Menezes Company, Betoda Road, Ponda. To enable the Hindus to live with self respect the speakers while addressing the sabha invited each of the devout Hindus present there to be active in building Hindu Nation. 2000 Hindus were present for the sabha. Mr. Abhay Vartak, spokesperson of Sanatan Sanstha; Mr. Ramesh Shinde, spokesperson Maharashtra and Gujarat states of HJS, Mr. Jayesh Thali, state convener of Gomantak Mandir and Dhaarmik Sanstha Mahasangh (GMDSM), Goa, and Kirtankar Ramkrushnabuva Garde were on the dais. This was the 23rd sabha of HJS in Goa.
From left : Mr. Abhay Vartak, Mr. Jayesh Thali, Mr. Ramesh Shinde & Kirtankar Ramkruishnabuva Garde
The audience present for the Sabha
The sabha began with a Shankhadhvani (a sound produced on a conch) followed by lighting of the auspicious lamp at the hands of Kirtankar Ramkrushnabuva Garde. Thereafter, batus (brahmans) from Sanatan’s Sadhak-Purohit Vedshala (A school teaching Veds) recited the Ved Mantras. Mr. Shivdatta Nadkarni, representative of daily ‘Sanatan Prabhat’ was felicitated by Kirtankar Ramkrushnabuva Garde. The mission of HJS was introduced by Mr. Niranjan Chodankar. Devout Hindu Mr. Dina Naik was felicitated by Kirtankar Ramkrushnabuva Vaze. Seekers from Sanatan’s Primary, Middle and Upper Middle Gurukul were being introduced in the sabha. Kirtankar Ramkrushnabuva Garde said in his address that Hindus have to unite to achieve the mission. Mr. Abhay Vartak said in his speech, that Sanatan was very much ready for establishing a Hindu Rashtra. Sanatan has started Gurukul Educational System so also a Ved Pathshala to impart Vaidik education. Mr. Ramesh Shinde said that terrorism and corruption has spread beyond limit. Hence it is quite essential to bring a change in this situation and for that Hindu unity and establishment of Hindu Rashtra is the need of the hour. Mr. Jayesh Thali, convener of Gomantak Mandir and Dhaarmik Sanstha Mahasangh (GMDSM) said in his speech that, it was very necessary to have rulers having self respect in order to save temples. Editor Nikhil Wagle of IBN Lokmat’ was publicly opposed for making an outrageous remark hurting the pride of Hindus stating that there had been no incidences of Idol desecration in Goa despite the fact that 50 such cases had been reported. A CD was shown on a projector showing anti-Hindu attitude of ‘IBN Lokmat’ channel.
Kirtankar Ramkruishnabuva Garde guiding the audience
Mr. Abhay Vartak addressing the audience
Mr. Ramesh Shinde putting forth some facts
Compeering of the ‘sabha’ was done by Ms. Priyanka Swami and Ms. Priyanka Joshi. At the end of the sabha, resolutions to save temples, to protect Nation and Dharma and many others were passed unanimously.The sabha concluded after the National Song ‘Vande Mataram’ sung by Ms. Sayli Gadgil and Rutuja Yelegaokar. A meeting is being organised by HJS on 30th January at 4.30 p.m. to take the follow up.
Source: Our Correspondent
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