Report of HJS national guide Sadguru (Dr.) Pingale’s Nepal visit

Spontaneous response to the Nepal tour of Sadguru (Dr.) Charudatta Pingale

Sadguru (Dr.) Charudatta Pingale, National Guide of HJS is on Nepal tour since 18th march. He had meetings with leaders of pro-Hindu political parties, Devout Hindus, Editors etc. He exchanged thoughts pertaining to Dhrama.

Sadguru (Dr.) Charudatta Pingale meets Shri. Kamal Thapa, Ex-Deputy Prime Minister of Nepal

Sadguru (Dr.) Charudatta Pingle giving Holy text to Shri. Kamal Thapa (Right)

Kathmandu (Nepal) : Goodwill visit of Sadguru (Dr.) Charudatta Pingle to the President of the Republican Party and Ex Deputy Prime Minister Shri. Kamal Thapa on 22nd March. At that time, Sadguru (Dr.) Pingle informed him about the efforts put in by HJS to unite Bharat and Nepal; so also to unite all Hindutvawadi organisations.

Thapa’s information about rampant conversion of Hindus in Nepal

While telling about the conspiracy of making Nepal, once a Hindu Rashtra a secular nation, Shri. Thapa said, “Initially Christians created rift among Hindus, Bouddha and Adivasis following the natural Dharma; they were also attacked physically and intellectually. In 1950 the population of Christians in Nepal was not even 2 dozens. Bur now by building hundreds of churches Hindus were converted and it is being continued even today.

It is a big challenge to develop respect for Hindu Dharma in Nepal !

While referring to the apathy of Hindus towards their own Dharma, Shri. Thapa said, “In Nepal sentiments for Hindu Dharma is weakening. Youth here feel that if they talk about Dharma then they would become reactionary. Nepal does not have a strong leader and those who work for Hindu Rashtra, have no coordination. Political parties have divided Hindus here. Therefore it is a big challenge to create sentiments and respect for Hindu Dharma in Nepal.”

Sadguru (Dr.) Charudatta Pingale’s meeting with Shri. Ganesh Rawal (Bhatt), the priest of the famous Pashupatinath temple


Sadguru (Dr.) Charudatta Pingale giving the invitation to Shri. Ganesh Rawal (Bhatt)


Kathmandu (Nepal) : Sadguru (Dr.) Charudatta Pingale met Shri. Ganesh Rawal (Bhatt), the priest of the famous Pashupatinath temple. He also gave information to Shri. Bhatt regarding the upcoming National Hindu Convention and invited him to attend the same. Shri. Bhatt said, ‘If possible I will come, otherwise will send blessings definitely.’ At this time Shri. Bhatt felicitated Sadguru (Dr.) Charudatta Pingale by offering Him a garland of Rudraksha as a blessing of Pashupatinath.

Meeting with Shri. Narayan Bhatt, priest of the 3rd rank of Pashupatinath Temple

Sadguru (Dr.) Charudatta Pingale met Shri. Narayan Bhatt, priest of the 3rd rank of the famous Pashupatinath Temple in Kathmandu. Shri. Bhatt is originally from Bhatkal in Karnataka. He informed that HJS mission is being carried out in Bhatkal. He assured saying that he would pray to Pashupatinath to bless the mission of establishment of Hindu Rashtra successfully. He also assured that he would visit the Sanatan’s Ashram in Goa after reaching Karnataka.

Meeting with Mundhumavid Jyotirvid Shri. Chandra Kumar of Kirat community

Sadguru (Dr.) Charudatta Pingale giving invitation of the National Hindu Convention to be held in Goa, to Shri. Chandra Kumar Serma

Sadguru (Dr.) Charudatta Pingale met Shri. Mundhumavid Jyotirvid Chandra Kumar Serma of Kirat community in Nepal recently. Kirat community lives in Nepal in large numbers and consider itself as Hindus. Shri. Serma is the supporter of Hindu Rashtra. He has always supported Hindus striving for Hindu Rashtra. Sadguru (Dr.) Pingale also gave Shri. Serma information regarding the coming National Hindu Convention in June 2018.

Sanatan Sanstha and HJS are doing the real work of social reformation ! – Shri. Niranjan Oza, Forum of Nepalese Journalist

Sadguru (Dr.) Charudatta Pingale met Shri. Niranjan Oza of ‘Forum of Nepalese Journalist’. At that time Shri. Oza expressed his anxiety about conversion of Hindus by Christians in Nepal. Shri. Oza said that Hindus are not having knowledge of their religion. No institution gives Dharmashikshan to people like HJS and Sanatan Sanstha give. He recollected his visit to Sanatan Ashram in Goa and said that it is not an ashram but a temple as there is Spiritual energy all over. Sadguru (Dr.) Charudatta Pingale informed him about the Maharshi Adhyatma Vishwavidyalay.

Meeting with Shri. Dnyanendra Sapkota, teacher in Ramanuja Sanskrut Vishwavidyalay

Shri. Dnyanendra is engaged in Shrout Karma of Katyayani Branch. He knew Ashwamedhayaji H. H. Nana (Narayan) Kaleguruji. He was given the information about Sanatan’s ashram and Yadnyas that are performed there. Sadguru (Dr.) Pingale met Shti. Dnyanendra when the latter was on tour of Kathmandu to attend Gurukul Summit organised by Nepal Gurukul Parishad,

Meeting with Shri. Kamal Bhandari of ‘International Buddha Academy’

Sadguru (Dr.) Charudatta Pingale met Shri. Kamal Bhandari of ‘International Buddha Academy’ in Kathmandu. He was informed about the research that is conducted in Sanatan’s ashram in Goa. He expressed his desire to do research in language and also assured to assist wherever necessary. He also expressed desire to pay a visit to ashrams in Goa and Varanasi.

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