FACT Exhibition held successfully at Jalgaon

Ashwin Pournima, Kaliyug Varsha 5112

One cannot be a Hindu if his blood does not boil on seeing this exhibition ! – H. B. P. Dnyaneshwar Maharaj Patil

Photo-exhibition at Jalgaon on oppression of Hindus in Kashmir

Jalgaon (Maharashtra): Today, Muslims are trying to eliminate Hindus right from Kanyakumari to Kashmir. It is our duty to fight against such attacks. One cannot be a Hindu if his blood does not boil on seeing this exhibition. The above views were expressed by H. B. P. Dnyaneshwar Maharaj Patil (Jalakekar). He inaugurated the photo-exhibition held during Navaratri festival by ‘Jai Bhavani Bahu-uddeshiya Mandal’ in Supreme Colony. The exhibition devised by ‘FACT’ shows oppression of Hindus by ‘jihadi’ terrorists in Kashmir.

Good response to drive undertaken during Navaratri festival in Jalgaon city and surrounding areas

Hindu Janajagruti Samiti (HJS) undertook a drive on the occasion of Navaratri festival that received good response. Many ‘Mandals’ invited HJS members to speak on various topics. ‘FACT’s photo-exhibitions were also organized at Jalgaon, Nandra, Karanj, Vitgaon etc. Sree Navnath Durga Mitramandal, Nandra, ‘Sarvajanik Durgadevi Mitramandal’, Karanj, ‘Sree Gurudatta Yuva Sanskrutik Mandal’, ‘Jai Bhavani Bahu-uddeshiya Mandal’, Supreme Colony, Jalgaon had organized photo-exhibition thus creating awareness among people towards oppression of Hindus in Kashmir. The exhibition was inaugurated by Mr. Mulchand Kashiram Sapkale, the President of ‘Vividh Karyakari Society’ and Mr. Rajendra Yashwant Koli at Vitgaon. The concept of ‘one village, one Devi’ is implemented at Karanj every year. All the inauguration programs were compeered by Mr. Prashant Deshmukh and Mrs. Sanskruti Sagavekar.

Highlights

1. In all villages, the exhibition was organized by children attending respective ‘Dharmashikshan’ classes.
2. In all, 700 people visited the exhibitions. Many people gave a feedback that the exhibition was very enlightening and eye-opening.
3. At Karanj, children arranged for a tractor as there was no electricity

Devotees impressed with discourses, handbills and book-exhibitions at Savda, Dist. Jalgaon

In Savda area, at places like Hingona, Sunoda, Maskavad, Raver etc. meetings were held with Navaratri Mandals and handbills were distributed explaining wrong practices like ‘Garba’ dancing on film music, playing cards in the pandals, uncleanliness in pandals, to sing ‘aarti’ in loud voice, get drunk during procession etc. Some Mandals had put up boards displaying information on spiritual science behind celebrating Navaratri, Devi etc.

Sunoda Sarvajanik Navadurga Mandal played the CD of ‘aartis’ by Sanatan Sanstha and sung it everyday in the same manner with total devotion. In many ‘Mandals’, ‘dandiya’ was not played. A lecture on ‘Ranaragini’ was held at Raver by Tarun Navdurga Mahila Mitramandal and by ‘Subhash Chowk Mahila’, Maskavad. Programs related to Nation and Dharma were organized by ‘Sarvajanik Durgotsava Mandal’, Raver.

Snippets

1. Miss Shubhangi Chaudhary, attending ‘Dharmashikshan’ class at Maksavad explained about regularly offering ‘prasad’ to Devi to 9 families visiting their houses.
2. ‘Tarun Navdurga Mandal’ asked for a lecture on the topic of ‘love jihad’.

Source: Daily Sanatan Prabhat

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