Two-day South district Hindu Rashtra Convention  held at Mangaluru

Position of Gai (cow), Gram (village), Gurukul and Ganga needs to be strengthened for Bharat to become ‘Vishwa-Guru’ ! – Advocate Chandrashekhar Rao, Vice President, Bantwal Advocate Forum

Mangaluru (Karnataka) : People respected Gomata (cow), Gram (village), Gurukul and Ganga since ancient period in Bharat. Every village was self-sufficient and people were happy. Ganga was pure. High quality education was imparted in Gurukul system. There were innumerable cows; therefore, there was prosperity but today, cow-slaughtering is leading to destruction of wealth in form of cows. These 4-G points should be strengthened for India to become ‘Vishwa-Guru’, stated advocate Chandrashekhar rao, Vice President of Advocates’ Forum of Bantwal  during two-day South district-level Hindu Convention held by HJS at the hall of Shri Vyankataraman Devasthan.

Saint ‘Pujya’ Ramananda Gowda of Sanatan Sanstha, Shri. Guruprasad Gowda, State Coordinator of HJS for Karnataka, advocate P. Krushnamurthy of ‘Hindu Vidhidnya Parishad’ and Shri. Dayananda, President of ‘Karnataka State Tulu Sahitya Academy’ addressed the participants. Chiefs of pro-Hindu organizations from Puttur, Sulya, Beltangady and Bantwal in South Canara District, trustees of temples, ‘Bhajani Mandals’, social activists, advocates and industrialists etc participated in the Convention.

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