Mannar, Sri Lanka : Devout Hindus come together to address issues faced by Hindus

Recently around 75 devout Hindus came together in Mannar district of Sri Lanka from each Divisional Secretariat to discuss the matters related to preventing forceful conversions, invasions of other religions in Hindu temples and worship places and in Local and Provincial elections, Hindus voting to Hindu candidates who are committed to protect Hindu Dharma. Hindus from Australia, Canada and India had also participated. Financial help for the field work was given to devout Hindus who engage in above activities to protect Dharma.

It was emphasized that each Hindu household will have the Nandi (sacred bull) flag and a Holy book of Bhagavat Geeta will also be donated to them. Everyone together determined to prevent forceful conversions of Hindus. They are also preparing in order to be eligible for visiting Sanatan ashram in Goa to understand and study about protecting and preserving Hindu Dharma.

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