Hindus need to be made aware that they too have valour like Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj and Swatantryaveer Savarkar ! – Pramod Mutalik

  • ‘Hindu Rashtra-Sanghatak’ training work-shop organized in the background of birthday celebrations of ‘Paratpar Guru’ Dr. Athavale

  • Devout Hindus resolve to work with unity for the mission of establishing Hindu Rashtra

Shri. Pramod Mutalik (in centre) with participants of the work-shop

Mumbai : It is our responsibility to create awareness amongst Hindus. Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj and Swatantrayveer Savarkar fought for protection of nation and Dharma. Hindus need to be reminded that they are also as valiant as them. All efforts should be made for creating awareness amongst Hindus. It is necessary to increase ‘Kshatra-Tej’ amongst Hindus, stated Shri. Pramod Mutalik, national President of Shriram Sena while addressing ‘Hindu Rashtra Sanghatak’ training work-shop held at Mulund Seva Sangh in Mulund (East). Shri. Gangadhar Kulkarni, Executive President of Shriram Sena was also present on the occasion. Devout Hindus from Mumbai, Navi Mumbai and Palghar district participated in this work-shop.

Shri. Pramod Mutalik and Shri. Gangadhar Kulkarni giving guidance to devout Hindus 

The work-shop was started with blowing of conch and lighting lamp. Shri. Prathmesh Kudav of Hindu Janajagruti Samiti (HJS) explained the purpose of holding such work-shop. Shri. Sagar Chopdar, Mumbai Coordinator of HJS explained the need for establishing Hindu Rashtra and its basic concept; while Shri. Sunil Thakur of HJS explained various drives which can be effectively undertaken for establishing Hindu Rashtra (such as Rashtriya Hindu Andolan, Hindu Rashtra-jagruti Sabha, display of boards etc). Sou. Nayana Bhagat, spokesperson of Sanatan Sanstha told about importance of ‘sadhana’ in life and ‘sadhana’ as per ‘Gurukrupa Yoga’. Sou. Janhavi Bhadirke from Ranaragini Division of HJS explained importance of removal of personality defects, its process and how to take detailed review of our acts with relation to such defects. Shri. Ganesh Tambe spoke on effective use of social media for ‘Dharmaprasar’.  A practical demo was held on how to contact devout Hindu activists for ‘Dharmashikshan’ in which the participants also joined since those points would be helpful when they would actually contact devout Hindu activists.

Highlights

1. Slogans of ‘Jayatu Jayatu Hindu Rashtra’ created enthusiasm in the atmosphere.

2. Participating devout Hindus spontaneously took part in discussions held during work-shop.

3. Devout Hindus presented topics given to them like training speakers, explaining concept of Hindu Rashtra, contacting devout Hindu activists etc with lot of enthusiasm.

It was decided in the concluding group discussions that devout participants would regularly undertake process for removal of personality defects (PD) and ego; they would listen to satsangs held for removal of PDs and ego; so also ‘Rashtriya Bhav-satsang’ and would come together for ‘Dharmakarya’.

Views of Shri. Pramod Mutalik on ‘Hindu Rashtra Sanghatak’ work-shop !

I consider it as my good luck that I got this opportunity to join the work-shop held in a big city like Mumbai for creating awareness amongst people. This ‘Dharmakarya’ is to be continued through the medium of work-shop, stated Shri. Mutalik, about ‘Hindu Rashtra Sanghatak’ work-shop.

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