Hindu Rashtra Organisers’ Training & Convention concludes in an enthusiastic environment !

Only sacrifice can fulfil the grand mission of establishing the ‘Hindu Rashtra’ ! – Sadguru (Dr.) Charudatta Pingale, National Guide, Hindu Janajagruti Samiti

From Left : Sadguru Nandkumar Jadhav, H.H. Ashok Patrikar, Sadguru (Sou.) Binda Singbal, Sadguru (Kum.) Anuradha Wadekar and Kum. Kritika Khatri.

Ramnathi (Goa) : ‘For the purpose of establishing the ‘Hindu Rashtra’, efforts should be made to develop necessary skills and capabilities; similarly, the progress in seekership. Only sacrifice can fulfil the grand missions and attain an ultimate objective in Dharma which is Purushartha (Basic pursuits of life), that is, God-realisation. If we were to become devotees of God, He will protect us during the future transitional period’ guided Sadguru (Dr.) Charudatta Pingale, the National Guide of Hindu Janajagruti Samiti. He was speaking on 8th of June i.e. the concluding day of ‘Hindu Rashtra Organisers’ Training & Convention’ under the aegis of 8th All India Convention for the ‘Hindu Rashtra’. More than 250 devout Hindus from the various States in the country attended the Convention which concluded in an enthusiastic environment.

Dharmaprasarak of Sanatan Sanstha Sadguru (Mrs.) Binda Singbal said in the concluding session, ‘Yatha Shubham Tatha Kurum’, meaning, ‘whatever is auspicious is to be performed’ is a quote in Dharma. The mission of establishing the ‘Hindu Rashtra’ and spiritual practice are both auspicious. Therefore, these must be performed to the maximum extent”.

Addressing the devout Hindus who participated in the Convention, Dharmaprasarak of Sanatan Sanstha Sadguru Nandkumar Jadhav said, “The mission for Dharma should be carried out with full conscience and by keeping the base of spiritual practice.”

The Convention which was held from 5th to 8th June witnessed guidance on many topics such as time-planning, development of decision-making capability, how to perform mission for Dharma dedicatedly, which types of programmes should be organised for creating awareness about the ‘Hindu Rashtra’, ‘importance of keeping base of spiritual practice while carrying out mission for Dharma’, etc.

Practicals were also conducted over how to effectively present the aspects connected with the nation and Dharma. The progressives try to brainwash Hindus by criticising Hindu Dharma; similarly, unwanted objections are raised about the ‘Hindu Rashtra’. On this background, guidance was given on subjects such as the basic concept of the ‘Hindu Rashtra’, the objections being raised on it and their rebuttal. The devout Hindus freely expressed the difficulties being faced by them while carrying out the mission for Dharma. They were made aware of the remedies for overcoming these problems. The devout Hindus could learn, through this medium, how the protection of Dharma is being carried out in various States. The participant devout Hindus expressed their resolve to dedicatedly carry out the mission for the ‘Hindu Rashtra’ – a welfare state – by raising slogans of ‘Jayatu Jayatu Hindurashtram I’.

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