Successful organization of ‘Hindu Rashtra Sanghatak Prashikshan and Adhiveshan (Training Convention)’
Bandoda (Goa) – The sixth ‘Akhil Bharatiya Hindu Adhiveshan’ and under this, ‘Hindu Rashtra Sanghatak Prashikshan and Adhiveshan (Training Convention)’ has created a feeling of closeness amongst ‘Hindutvavadis’ all over the country and it will provide strength to them for working in respective fields for establishment of Hindu Rashtra. Let us keep the goal of building extensive unification. Creating awareness among every Hindu from all parts of the country, such mega-unification has to be built so that everyone can take active part in the mission of establishment of Hindu Rashtra, stated ‘Pujya’ Dr. Charudatta Pingale, national Guide of Hindu Janajagruti Samiti (HJS) during the concluding session of ‘Training Convention’ held on 21st June under sixth ‘Akhil Bharatiya Hindu Adhiveshan’. Sanatan’s all-India Dharma-prasarak Satguru (Sou) Binda Singbal; Mumbai, Thane, Raigad and Gujarat State’s ‘Dharmaprasarak’ Satguru (Kum) Anuradha Wadekar, its ‘Pashchim Maharashtra Dharma-prasarak’ and Sanatan’s North Maharashtra Dharma-prasarak ‘Pujya’ Nandkumar Jadhav shared the dais with him.
In the morning session of the last day, Satguru (Kum) Anuradha Wadekar explained importance of chanting and spiritual remedies and clarified doubts of participants. Devout Hindus narrated their spiritual experiences after chanting and spiritual remedies. Advocate Virendra Ichalkaranjikar of Hindu Vidhidnya Parishada (HVP) and other advocates clarified doubts raised by ‘Hindutvavadis’ on problems faced during ‘Hindutva’ related activities giving examples.
‘Hindutva’ activities can be successful only with guidance of Saints ! – Chetan Rajhans
Shri. Chetan Rajhans, Sanatan spokesperson, while speaking on the topic of ‘Importance of ‘Hindutva’ related activities under leadership of Saints said, “Establishment of Hindu Rashtra is like the mission of establishment of Dharma. God carries on the mission of re-establishment of Dharma through His manifest forms i.e. Saints. All the six Hindu Conventions held so far were organized under the guidance of Satguru (Sou) Binda Singbal, Satguru (Kum) Anuradha Wadekar, ‘Satguru (Kum) Swati Khadye, ‘Pujya’ Dr. Charudatta Pingale and ‘Pujya’ Nandkumar Jadhav. These Conventions helped in creating mega unification of various ‘Hindutvavadis’ from all over India and abroad. It shows the importance of working for ‘Hindutva’ under guidance of Saints. Shri. Chetan Rajhans introduced spiritual specialities of Saints who were sitting on the dais.
Sanatan’s Satguru (Kum) Anuradha Wadekar explained the importance of weekly satsangs conducted for ‘Hindutvavadis’. She said that doubts related to Dharmaprasar and sadhana are clarified in these satsangs; therefore, unwanted thoughts are reduced and God’s thoughts can be understood which helps in carrying on ‘Dharmakarya’ in a better way. Few ‘Hindutvavadis’ said that attending these satsangs have made them more open, frank; listening to others and they felt some changes in them.
Shri. Anand Jakhotia, State Coordinator of Madhya Pradesh and Rajasthan for HJS spoke on the topic of ‘How to prepare for the forthcoming period of crisis’. Shri. Ramanand Gauda, Karnataka State coordinator of HJS spoke about efforts made for motivating devout Hindus to take active part. Advocate Nilesh Sangolkar, Coordinator of HVP narrated his experiences related to the movement undertaken against anti-social tendencies. Kum. Kruttika Khatri of HJS spoke on effective use of social media for propagation of the mission of establishment of Hindu Rashtra whereas Shri. Girijay Prabhudesai and Shri. Suyog Athavale explained actual use of social media.
Source : Dainik Sanatan Prabhat