Participation of HJS in ‘Bharat Gaurav Manthan’ program held at Bhosari (Pune)

Students should study knowledge available in Sanatan ancient culture ! – Ramesh Shinde, national spokesperson, HJS

Shri. Ramesh Shinde, National spokesperson, HJS

Bhosari :Sanatan Sanskruti’ came through ‘Vedas’. In the existing education system devised by Macaulay, there is no facility to study ‘Sanatan Sanskruti’; therefore, Indians are ignorant of own glorifying history. Ancient Indian culture was superior in knowledge on subjects like invention of zero, gravitational force, arithmetic, astrology, Ayurveda, architecture, music etc. Knowledge available in ancient culture needs to be studied, stated Shri. Ramesh Shinde, national spokesperson of Hindu Janajagruti Samiti (HJS).

‘Bharat Gaurav Manthan’ program was organized by ‘Mission Eco-Bharat’ under guidance of ‘Mahamahi Tejaswan’ Sri Sri Sri MKC Rudraguptacharya Maharaj from 20th January to 23rd January on ‘Goushala’ ground of ‘Panjarpol Trust’. Shri. Shinde participated in the afternoon session held on 21st January and presented in-depth guidance on ancient education system, glorifying history, types of ‘Veda-vidya’ etc. The program was compeered by Shri. Ashok Deshmukh. Various aspects of ‘Prachin Bharatiya Sanskruti (Ancient Indian Culture)’ were discussed during the 3-days program through lectures.

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