March 3, 2007
H. Acharya Dharmendraji (left from center) being informed about the exhibition by Dr. Tawade (left)
Shri. Udayanraje Bhosale (right) with Dr. Tawade (left)
Shri. Arun Godbole (left) with Dr. Tawade
H.B.P. Dr. Karad at the centre. Shri. Das, from USA (right)
The ‘Warkari Mahamandal’ had recently organised a ‘ Bhakti-Shakti sangam sohola’ i.e. ‘confluence of devotion & power’ at Satara, Maharashtra. On this occasion HJS had held an exhibition related to the terrorism and killing of Hindus in Bangladesh and Kashmir. It was attended by hundreds of alert Hindus everyday. Many saints and dignitaries also visited this exhibition. Dr. Virendrasingh Tawade, organizing head of HJS, Maharashtra state explain the exhibition to dignitaries. Among the dignitaries were H. Acharya Dharmendraji of VHP, Shri. Udayanraje Bhosale, the descendent of Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj, Shri. Arun Godbole, reputed tax consultant and trustee of Samarth Seva Mandal, Hari Bhakt Parayan (H.B.P.) Dr. Vishwanath Karad, President, MIT Vishwashanti kendra, Pune.
After viewing the exhibition Hari Bhakt Parayan (HBP) Dr. Vishwanath Karad instantaneously exclaimed,’’ Politicians do not feel anything about the situation prevailing in Kashmir. This exhibition has touched my heart and made me ponder. Such actions are done by abnormal only. These actions are far away from humanity. If the young generation is exposed to this subject it will assist in awakening the society.’’
Commenting on the issue of denigration of deities by M.F. Hussain, he said, “It is surprising that the masses can remain calm even after this. I have never seen anything more shameful and abnormal than this in my whole life. It is unfortunate that the media is not representing it anywhere. I’m thankful to HJS for organising this exhibition.
Source: 'Daily Sanatan Prabhat' Related HJS campaign
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