Jyeshtha Krushna 8,Kaliyug Varsha 5114
A Brief review discussion sessions on the first day of All India Hindu Convention
‘Blue-print’ for finishing off Hindutva made ready by anti-Hindus !
Mr. Manish Manjul of ‘Samarth’ Organisation, Delhi presented the opinions of the Hindus who had participated in the group discussion on ‘Communal Violence Act’.
- Once this act comes into effect, it will be proved how insecure the minority communities are, by instigating repeated riots somewhere or the other in India.
- This act is nothing but a ‘Blue –Print’ to finish off Hinduism.
- Hindu Janajagruti Samiti should establish a ‘National Committee’ by coordinating with all the organisations, for collectively opposing the various attacks on Hindus.
Establishment of ‘Rashtriya Mandir Mahasangh’ is necessary for protection of the templesMr. Rajaneesh Goenka of Sanatan Dharma Mandir, Delhi presented the opinions of the devout Hindus who had participated in the group discussion on ‘Pitiable state of temples and the remedies for their protection’. The summary of the discussion is
- There should be collective coordination among all the temples whether National or state level. To be able to do that, it is necessary to establish ‘Rashtriya Mandir Mahasangh’. Every state should have a Hindu Board on the lines of Waqf Board of Muslims.
- The pitiable state of temples is due to the political interference, forbearance of Hindus, apathy and lack of unity. We take pride in becoming Mathadhish and contractor of the temples.
- Mathadhish from all over the country should unite for improving the present status of temples.
- The funds of a major temple should be deposited in a bank and small temples should be renovated through those funds.
- Dharmashikshan posters should be displayed in every temple. The temples should be kept clean.
- Hindus should collectively come on the road to counter political interference.
- Using RTI act, expose the misappropriation of the temple funds.
- Collective decisions should be declared through the medium of Rashtriya Mandir Mahasangh.
Hindus need to be self-disciplined for maintaining the sanctity of the templesMr. Pranav Manerikar of HJS, Karnataka presented the opinions of the devout Hindus who had participated in the group discussion on ‘Temple Takeover by the Government’.
- The elected representative should be made to seriously understand that temples are not the mediums for earning money; they are in fact centres of Hindu faith.
- In the ancient days, the ruling kings would keenly look into the sanctity of the temples and their cleanliness. However, the present day rulers are neglecting that. In fact, the un-cleanliness, disorder, blind following of the western culture and obscenity are on rise in the temples. This is decreasing the sanctity of temples.
- To avoid this happening, a list of rules should be prepared and the devotees made to follow them. Every temple should have a cow pen and educative centres.
‘I am motivated by the planning done by Sanatan Sanstha and Hindu Janajagruti Samiti’ ! – Rajaneesh Goenka, President, Sanatan Dharma Mandir, DelhiI am motivated by the planning done by Sanatan Sanstha and Hindu Janajagruti Samiti while organising ‘All India Hindu Convention’. This inspires me to plan a similar National level convention in the forthcoming 3-4 months at Delhi. We shall invite additional organisations and representatives of the temples for that convention.
Source : Our Correspondent