Mumbai : Lecture by HJS during the non-stop Chanting week

Mumbai : A non-stop chanting was organised on the occasion of the Lunar Month Poush at Tata Nagar in Chunabhatti area on the Municipal ground at Sant Mauli mandir and Kanjurmarg recently for a week. During this week HJS was invited to give a talk on Hindus’ present condition and need to establish Hindu Rashtra. At that time, Dr. Laxman Jathar, while explaining the pitiable condition of Hindus due to not having Dharma, made the audience aware of love jihad, scams in temples managed by the Government, attacks on Hindus’ religious places etc. He appealed to people to do sadhana as to change this situation, we need to establish Hindu Rashtra and to establish one such nation we will have to do sadhana. 50 curious at Chunabhatti and 80 at Kanjurmarga benefitted by this talk.

Highlights

  1. Raghuji Darpe of Kamgar Sant Seva Mandal and Vishwas at Chunabhatti planned the program in a very short time.
  2. 6 volunteers of Hindu Chetana Sangh were present during the talk. A program is going to be held on 7th January at Chunabhatti organised by Hindu Chetana Sangh and they have invited Dr. Laxman Jathar as their guest.
  3. Exhibition of flex charts of Dharmashikshan and Holy text books was put up at the venue.

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