The Holy land of Bharat is a self-materialised ‘Hindu Nation’. However, the unrighteous rulers have maligned the Hindu Nation by declaring it a secular Nation. Since the present Democracy does not have the support of Hindu Dharma, the Hindu society and the Nation are facing a grave decline. To arrest the decline and to bring back the past glory to the Holy land of Bharat, it is imperative to reinstate Dharma in Bharat. A small group of devout Hindus from diverse backgrounds realised the need to reinstate Dharma and established the ‘Hindu Janajagruti Samiti’ (HJS) on 7th October 2002. From its inception, HJS has successfully launched five activities – Education on Dharma, Awakening of Dharma, Protection of Dharma, Protection of the Nation and Uniting Hindus – with the aim of Establishing the Hindu Rashtra.
Charcha Hindu Rashtra Ki
- Amid Gyanvapi row, HJS demands survey of plot on which Tipu Sultan’s palace stands
- ‘Lethargy of Dharma will be eliminated as per guidance of Paratpar Guru (Dr.) Athavale, and ‘Hindu Rashtra’ will be established soon’ – Dr. Neel Madhav Das
- HJS submits memorandum for imposing a ban on forcing Hindu students to learn Bible in convent schools
All India Hindu Convention
History Exibitions Organised By HJS