Kumbhnagari : Good response received for exhibition on atrocities on Kashmiri Hindus

From left – Swami Narendranand Maharaj, Swami Bhagavatanand Maharaj, standing behind are – Swami Jagadishswarup Maharaj, Swami Ashutoshanand Maharaj, HJS’ Shri. Anand Jakhotia and Sadguru (Dr.) Charudatta Pingale

Prayagraj (Kumbhnagari) : Photo-exhibition of inordinate persecution of Hindus from Kashmir and Bangladesh has been held at ‘Bhumaniketan Peethadhishwar Pandal’, Sector 15. On the first day of this exhibition i.e. on 19th January, several Saints-Seers, ‘jidnyasus’, devout Hindus, pro-Hindu organizations, police and staff from Intelligence Department paid visit to this exhibition. After its inauguration in the morning, more than 50 Saints-Seers had visited the exhibition till 9.00 p.m. on that day.

Saints-Seers looking at photos displayed in exhibition

Many times, Saints-Mahants visit photo-exhibition after invitation is extended by Sanatan Sanstha and Hindu Janajagruti Samiti (HJS). Even then, many Sadhus-Saints were spontaneously visiting the photo-exhibition telling truth about the atrocities against displaced Hindus from Kashmir; among them were Swami Bhagavatanand Maharaj, Swami Narendranand Maharaj, Swami Jagadishswarup Maharaj, Swami Ashutoshanand Maharaj and Swami Maheshanand Maharaj. Sadguru (Dr.) Charudatta Pingale of HJS paid obeisance to these 5 Sadhus-Saints and said, “Our activities are going on due to the grace of Saints like you. I bow before you.” The Saints-Sadhus were happy to hear this and started talking to Sadguru (Dr.) Pingale. Swami Ashutoshanand Maharaj had earlier visited Sanatan’s ashram at Ramnathi. All of them were also requested to pay visit to the exhibition related to ‘Dharma-shikshan’ and ‘Rashtra-rakshan’ put up by Sanatan.

Office bearers of Shiv Sena from Prayagraj city visiting the photo-exhibition

A ‘jidnyasu’ learnt about the exhibition held on Kashmiri Hindus in a local newspaper. He had trouble in finding the venue of exhibition. He subscribed to Hindi fortnightly newspaper ‘Sanatan Prabhat’ and bought few books. Many devout Hindu activists were also visiting the exhibition. Some of the visitors asked whether there was any book on the photo-exhibition.

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