Chaitra Shukla 12, Kaliyug Varsha 5114
Awareness created regarding things harming Dharma
a. Owing to the awareness created by HJS, ‘Shiva-jayanti’ program was organized by the youth according to Hindu calendar
Youth members, attending ‘Dharma-shikshan’ classes at Shivale village, Murbad in Thane district conducted by Hindu Janajagruti Samiti, decided to hold program celebrating ‘Shiva-jayanti’ according to Hindu calendar instead of English calendar as was done earlier. The program was attended by about 250 persons. A devout Hindu sponsored 50 books on ‘love jihad’ at the end of the program.
b. Awareness created about celebration of ‘Holi’ festival
b.1. Senior police inspector orders books worth Rs.2700/- and subscribes to weekly periodical when gone to the police station for submission of representation egarding ‘Holi’ celebration : Seekers had gone to submit a representation to senior police inspector (PI) regarding celebration of ‘Holi’ festival. They showed him books published by Sanatan Sanstha when the PI placed order for books worth Rs.2700/- and said that the books were special and worth reading. He also asked to get other products and subscribed to weekly ‘Sanatan Prabhat’.
b.2. On explaining the topic, 40 children decide to celebrate ‘Holi’ festival without using balloons filled with water : In ‘Sankalp’ housing society at Sanpada, Navi Mumbai, seekers explained about the right manner of celebrating ‘Holi’ festival to 40 students; therefore, all members of the society decided to celebrate ‘Holi’ without use of balloons filled with water. Now, ‘bal-sanskar’ classes have ben started in that society.
b.3. Holi celebrated in ideal manner at 3 places in Sindhu-durga District : At 3 places in Sindhu-durga district, ‘Holi’ festival was celebrated in an ideal manner with the help of devout Hindus, through personal contacts. In every program, about 50 devout Hindus were present. News about such celebration was published in ‘Dainik Sanatan Prabhat’ along with pictures even in other newspapers.
c. Awareness created among Hindu girls wearing ‘Cross’ and they were asked to remove the same :
Mrs. Sudha Ghatge and Mrs. Rajani Ingale, seekers of Sanatan Sanstha created awareness among Hindu girls staying in Government’s girls’ hostel at Tandulwadi , Ves, Baramati from Pune district on Phalgun Pournima, Kaliyuga Varsha 5113 (8.3.2012) and made 7 girls to remove the ‘Cross’ worn by them.
Source : Dainik Sanatan Prabhat