Hindu Dharmajagruti Sabha held at Muduru (Karnataka)

Hindu Rashtra is the only remedy to avoid inappropriate use of donations given by Hindus : Shri. Vijaykumar, HJS

From left Shri. Vijaykumar, Dr. (Sou.) Shrikala Joshi, Sou. Shobha

Muduru (Karnataka) : 27,000 temples in the State of Karnataka are managed by the Government. Out of the millions of donations given by devotees in the temples, 826 crores are given for Haj pilgrimage and madrassas. Many incidents have been exposed before giving evidence that many anti-social elements are created in some madrassas. During the time of Hindu pilgrimages, rates of railway tickets are increased. The pilgrimage at Amarnath has become very dangerous for devotees. Yet Hindus are not provided any facilities during that time. Therefore there is only one remedy to avoid all such inappropriate use of our donations is to participate in the mission of establishment Hindu Rashtra (Divine kingdom), said Shri. Vijaykumar of HJS.

He was speaking at the Hindu Dharmajagruti Sabha held in the compound of Brahmalingeshwar Devasthan on behalf of HJS. Shri. Vijaykumar, Dr. (Sou.) Shrikala Joshi, and Sou. Shobha of Sanatan Sanstha were present on the dais. The sabha commenced with the lighting of the lamp followed by blowing of conch shell and recitation of Ved mantras. Youth were present in large numbers.

Shri. Vijaykumar said further that, HJS has conducted more than 1400 Hindu Dharmajagruti sabhas so far and has inspired more than 1 lac 46 thousand people to live blissfully abiding by Dharma. Dr. (Sou.) Shrikala Joshi said that keeping the ideal of Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj every Hindu has to chant his family Deity’s Name. He also has to parttcipate in the mission for the nation and Dharma. Sou. Shobe said that, by following the religious traditions we remain healthy, physically as well as mentally.

Highlights

  1. On the occasion of Dharmajagruti Sabha, many devout Hindus went door to door to invite people to attend the sabha, slogans were given while going in vehicles. They even participated in sevas like cooking, helping in putting up stalls exhibiting Holy texts and products produced by Sanatan Sanstha etc. very enthusiastically. They helped in collecting material required for the sabha. Throughout the day they seemed to be very enthusiastic. They said that they did not feel tired at all, despite rendering so much seva till the end.
  2. As some more chairs were needed to be kept on the dais, devout volunteers brought them personally going 20 km all the way.

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