Hindu Dharmajagruti Sabha held at Songir (Dist. Dhule)

3,000 devout Hindus present for the sabha take oath for establishment of Hindu Rashtra !

From left : Sadguru Nandkumar Jadhav, Kum. Rageshri Deshpande, Kum. Vaishali Katkade

Dhule : Hindu Dharmajagruti Samiti was held on behalf of HJS on 7th February at Rath Chowk in Songir village. Sadguru Nandkumar Jadhav of Sanatan Sanstha, Kum. Rageshri Deshpande of HJS and Smt. Vaishali Katkade of Ranaragini wing addressed the gathering.

Sadguru Nandkumar Jadhav made the audience aware about the pathetic condition of the nation and the community, suggested remedies over it, stated the importance of sadhana (spiritual practice) and requested all to call their mother , ‘Aai’ instead of ‘Mummy’.

Smt. Vaishali Katkade of Ranaragini wing spoke about insecurity of women and explained that women need to be courageous like Rani Lakshmibai of Jhansi. They were also told about the importance of getting trained in self-defence.

Kum. Rageshri Deshpande, HJS informed the gathering about current status of Hindu Dharma, attacks on Hindus, cow-slaughter and conversion.

Highlights

  • Spontaneous response of women for the sabha.
  • Taking permission from college administration, students of 2 colleges in the town spread the message of the sabha.
  • Hooters on mosques did not sound on the day of the sabha.

Two groups in the town came together !

Till December there were 2 groups in the town, each comprising around 300 youth. 50 – 50 youth often had scuffles and sometimes beat one another. They all were present at the sabha held on 25th December. Since then they have come together forgetting their differences. They all spread the message of this sabha in Songir, made preparation for the meetings, collected women for the sabha, helped in putting banners, saffron flags very sincerely. They played a very important role in making the sabha a grand success. They are united now and their union has made an impact on Songir and other towns near about.

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