True history is purposely not taught so as to keep Hindus away from ‘Hindutva’ : Mahesh Mulik

Saralambegaon, Shahapur (Dist. Thane) : When we talk about Hindus’ king, we first think of Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj. His biography is not taught in schools. Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj pulled out guts of Afzal Khan and exhibited great valour. He destroyed 5 strong kingdoms with the help of his few ‘mawlas’ and established ‘Hindavi Swarajya’; but history of bravery shown by him is not taught. It is purposely hidden. It is not taught so as to keep Hindus away from ‘Hindutva’, said Shri. Mahesh Mulik, during ‘Shaurya Jagaran’ program organized by ‘Maurya Boys’ at Saralambegaon, Shahapur. It was attended by 40 devout Hindu youth. Demo on self-defence were also presented on the occasion.

Shri. Mulik said, “Some Hindus celebrate 1st January as New Year. We are getting inclined towards western culture even though our Hindu culture is supreme. Lack of ‘Dharmashikshan’ is the cause of Hindus emulating wrong customs of western culture. Hindu Janajagruti Samiti is therefore, working towards creating love and respect amongst Hindus towards their Dharma.”

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