Hindu youth should study our Dharma and traditions : Manoj Khadye, HJS

Shri. Manoj Khadye during the guidance session

Kudal (Maharashtra) : Today the western civilization is realising the importance of Hindu Dharma and traditions, and here in India they are being treated with disadain. This is due to lack of education on Dharma. Hindu youth should study our Dharma and traditions. To facilitate this, HJS conducts workshops based on the five point agenda of ‘awakening Dharma, education on Dharma, protection of Nation & Dharma as well as unifying Hindus’. Shri. Manoj Khadye (Coordinator, HJS, Maharashtra – West) called upon the youth to experience the expansive work of the HJS and take active part in protection of Nation & Dharma. He was addressing the Yuva Shibir held here in the Savitri Leela Mangal Karyalay. The Shibir was blessed eith the presence of Sanatan’s Sadguru Satyavan Kadam.

Sadguru Satyavan Kadam seated along with the shibir attendees

Shri. Khadye said that even Americans have studied the Indian traditions and culture and started their assemblies with invocations of Ved mantras; but Indian ‘intellectuals’ claim that vedas, God are are outdated and are turning the youth of India into atheists. As a result, no one feels anything about the repeated insults to God, the nation, Dharma etc.

Dr. Sanjay Samant spoke to the attendees about Science and Spirituality. Advocate Sou. Kaveri Rane spoke about how to practice spirituality in Kaliyug. Sadguru Satyvan Kadam spoke about protection of Nation & Dharma; while Sou. Jyotsna Narkar presented the importance of personality defect removal process.

About 100 youth from across the district took part in the shibir.

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