Hindus, drifted apart from Dharma, need to be taught Dharma again : Anand Jakhotia

Shri. Anand Jakhotia

Jaipur : Hindus were taken away from Dharma with Macaulay’s education system and unfortunately, the same education system is being followed even after independence. Hindus are, therefore, drifting away from worship, abiding by Dharma (Dharmacharan) and teachings of Dharma. Those, who are working in the interest of nation and Dharma, are not abiding by Dharma, therefore, are also getting corrupted. For re-kindling the fire of ‘Hindutva’ in Hindus, it is necessary to teach Dharma through ‘Dharmashikshan’, was the opinion expressed by Shri. Anand Jakhotia, State Coordinator of Hindu Janajagruti Samiti (HJS) for Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh. He was speaking in a program held by ‘Rahul Chandija ITI College’. 150 youth attended the program organized by RSS, in the presence of Shri. Bhanwarlalji, Director of this College and Shri. Ajay Gurjar. Participating youth freely asked their doubts during session held after the program and got their doubts clarified.

‘Dharma was very important even in life of great Hindu warrior kings !

Shri. Jakhotia said further, “Valiant kings also gave priority to worship and Dharma in their life. Mewad-Naresh Rana Kumbha built ‘Keerti-stambha’ at Chittod after his victory in war but he didn’t install his statue; instead installed Deities’ idols on this ‘Stambha’. Amer Fort is treated as world-heritage sites under UNESCO. It is written on the boundary wall of this fort ‘Victory is certain where there is Dharma’. So, be brave but don’t forget the foundation of Dharma, is what should be learnt from the life history of these valiant kings. ‘Dharmacharan’ and ‘Sadhana’ can help in acquiring such foundation.

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