Shriram naamdindi by Hindu organisations with resolve to build Ram Mandir at Ayodhya

Proclamation of Shriram devotees, ‘Ek hi nara ek hi naam, Jay Shriram Jai Shriram !

Kolhapur : With a desire to remove all obstacles in building Ram Mandir at Ayodhya, to get the required strength for the Government to pass an ordinance to build Ram Mandir, Shriram naamdindi was organised in Kolhapur on 9th January by HJS, Sanatan Sanstha and other Hindu organisations. Aarti and prayer were offered to Prabhu Shriram to remove various obstacles in building Ram Mandir at Ayodhya. A small Rath (chariot) with a picture of Shriram was heading the Dindi and devotees of Shriram were chanting His Name. Sadguru (Kum.) Swati Khadye was present on this occasion. Dindis like this were held at various places in Maharashtra on 9th January and Aarti and prayers were offered collectively.

Highlights

  1. Mrs. Rajani Kulkarni saw the Dindi from the bus she was travelling and she got down from the bus and walked along with the Dindi till the end. She responded saying, “I am very very happy today.”
  2. ‘Facebook Live’ of procession reached to more than 20,000 people
  3. Many local citizens were telling their experiences of Divine consciousness through the Dindi and it was amazing.
  4. Ladies participated in large numbers. The whole atmosphere echoed with Shriram’s chant.

Uptill now the Government has not done anything with regard to Ram Mandir. But seeing this Dindi now, there is hope that Sanatan Sanstha will do something about it. – A devotee of Shriram

Many dignitaries representing various Hindu organisations were present for the Dindi. Large number of HJS volunteers and Sanatan’s seekers also were present there.

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