Report of Hindu Rashtra-jagruti Sabhas held in March 2020

Acclamation of Hindu Rashtra during ‘Hindu Rashtra-jagruti Sabha’ in Prabhu Shriram’s Jalgaon !

7000 devout Hindus make a resolve for establishing Hindu Rashtra !

Moment of speakers arriving at the venue of the ‘sabha’ amidst sounding of clarion and raising of slogans

Jalgaon : Residents of Jalgaon with their immense faith in their ‘Gram-devata’ Prabhu Shriramchandra made a resolve to strive with unity for establishment of ideal Hindu Rashtra akin to ‘Rama-rajya’. Hindus, who had gathered on 1st March for ‘Hindu Rashtra-jagruti Sabha’, took oath of establishing Hindu Rashtra amidst acclamation of ‘Jayatu Jayatu Hindu Rashtram !’ 7000 devout Hindus attended the ‘sabha’ and decided to spread the inspiring thought of Hindu Rashtra amongst Hindu brethren. The ‘sabha’ was started with blowing of conch, awakening valour amongst participants. Dignitaries on stage then lighted lamp. ‘Vedamurty’ Shri. Purushottam Shukla, ‘Vedamurty’ Shri. Bhushan Mulye, ‘Vedamurty’ Shri. Mahendra Joshi, ‘Vedamurty’ Shri. Devendra Sakhare and ‘Vedamurty’ Shri. Nikhil Pohankar recited ‘Veda-mantras’. Sou. Kshipra Juvekar explained various activities undertaken by Hindu Janajagruti Samiti (HJS) while Kum. Rageshree Deshpande did compeering of the program. The ‘sabha’ was concluded with participating devout Hindus taking oath for establishing Hindu Rashtra.

Dignitaries on stage paid obeisance to Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj by garlanding his statue

Statue of Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj, the Founder of ‘Hindavi Swaraj’ was kept on stage and it was garlanded by the dignitaries, seeking his blessings.

Homage paid to Hindus killed during recent riots at Delhi 

All Hindus attending the ‘sabha’, first paid homage to innocent Hindus who were killed in recent riots staged at Delhi and prayed for their smooth post-death journey. They also chanted Shri Gurudev Datta as per Hindu culture for the departed souls.

Active participation of devout Hindus in ‘sabha’

  • Spontaneous publicity given to the ‘sabha’ through meetings organized by devout Hindus!
  • Women attending ‘Dharma-shikshan’ classes also help in publicity of the ‘sabha’
  • Devout rickshaw-drivers create ‘Whats AP’ group for advertisement of the ‘sabha’
  • Devout Hindus take responsibility of spreading information about the ‘sabha’ in their neighboring villages
  • Devout Hindus create post of the ‘sabha’ for advertising through social media
  • Devout Hindus make offerings on their own for the ‘sabha’ !
Participating devout Hindus spontaneously raising slogans

Devout Hindus demand for Self Defense classes

In view of the increasing oppression of women in the society, the HJS representatives presented demonstrations of self-defense so that everyone can protect themselves. Seeing these demonstrations, the devote Hindus present at the meeting demanded the introduction of self defense classes in their area.

Hindu Rashtra-jagruti Sabha held at Nagar

Hindu Rashtra is required where Hindus would be treated equally ! – Kum. Pratiksha Korgaonkar, HJS

Nagar, 16th March – There is Minority Commission to seek redress in case some incident takes place which is against minority population of this country. There is Minority Development Department for their development with the Government; however, Hindus, though in majority, have no such protection anywhere either through any Majority Commission or Department with Government for their development. Hindu Rashtra is therefore, needed for Hindus to get equal treatment, stated Kum. Pratiskha Korgaonkar while addressing Hindu Rashtra-jagruiti Sabha held by Hindu Janajagruti Samiti at Vitthal Mandir in Panchvati area. Shri. Rameshwar Bhukan of Sanatan Sanstha also addressed this sabha, attended by more than 80 devout Hindus. H.B.P. Dnyaneshwar Mauli Maharaj Shinde graced the occasion with his auspicious presence.

Hindu Rashtra-jagruti Sabha held at Khamgaon (Dist. Solapur)

Hindu Janajagruti Samiti (HJS) held Hindu Rashtra-jagruti Sabha on the grounds of Shri Vitthal Mandir. Smt. Alka Vhanmare from Ranaragini Division of HJS said that our nation and Dharma is presently in danger. In every 15 minutes, a girl from this country is raped. Cows are slaughtered openly. Hindus need to wake up at least now and work for the mission of establishing Hindu Rashtra as per own capacity. We are Hindus; so, let us extend New Year greetings only on the day of Gudhi Padava. The sabha was attended by 180 men and women.


1. The large no. of women participating in the sabha at Khamgaon was drawing everyone’s attention.

2. Participating local residents made a demand for HJS conducting Dharmashikshan classes every week

‘Hindu Rashtra-jagruti Sabha’ held at Jat

Youth decide to come together once in every week for ‘Dharmakarya’

Jat (Dist. Sangli) : On 8th March, Hindu Rashtra-jagruti Sabha was held at Basavraj Mandir which was attended by about 100 ‘jidnyasus’. Shri. Santosh Desai of HJS addressed the ‘sabha’ which was compeered by Sau. Vinaya Chavan. Few youth members had discussions for about an hour after the ‘sabha’. They decided to meet at least once in a week for ‘Dharmakarya’. They also promised to take initiative in creating awareness amongst people towards boycotting products with ‘Halal’ certification.

Only Hindu Rashtra can help in giving apt reply to fanatics ! – Mahendra Nikam, HJS 

Mahendra Nikam, HJS

Satara : Presently, so much politics is played with the issue of Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA). Fanatic Muslims are protesting by coming on roads and resorting to arson and riots against this law. Anti-India slogans are raised in Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU). Hindus temples are taken over by the Government and facilities are provided to minorities. Consequences of agitations going on at Shaheen Baug in Delhi are seen all over India. Hindu Rashtra is required if fanatics are to be given apt reply, stated Shri. Mahendra Nikam of Hindu Janajagruti Samiti (HJS) while addressing ‘Hindu Rashtra-jagruti Sabha’ held by HJS on 1st March 2020 in the premises of Shri Veer Ganesh Mandir, Nagewadi (District Satara). Sou. Rupa Mahadik of Sanatan Sanstha shared the dais with him. They garlanded statue of Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj placed on the stage before starting the ‘sabha’. More than 100 devout Hindus from Nagewadi and nearby areas attended the ‘sabha’. Sou. Rupa Mahadik explained the need for spiritual practice for increasing inner strength.

Hindu Rashtra-jagruti Sabha held by HJS at Rajapur and Palashi (Nandurbar) !

Dr. Narendra Patil of HJS addressing the ‘sabha’ at Rajapur, with Dr. Satish Bagul

Nandurbar : Hindu Janajagruti Samiti (HJS) held ‘Hindu Rashtra-jagruti Sabha’ at Shriram Chowk in Palashi and at Shri Ramdev Baba Mandir of Rajapur. Sanatan’s Sou. Nivedita Joshi, Dr. Narendra Patil and Dr. Satish Bagul of HJS addressed these ‘sabhas’. The ‘sabhas’ were started with blowing of conch. H.B.P. Ravindra Pathak Maharaj blessed these ‘sabhas’ with his presence. Lamp was lit by Sarpanch Pralhad Patel at Palashi and by Shri. Gorakhbhai Patel, President of Ramdev Baba Mandir at Rajapur. Statue of Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj placed on stage was garlanded on the occasion.

Sou. Nivedita Joshi gave guidance on the topic of ‘Importance of Sadhana in life’; while Dr. Satish Bagul explained harm caused due to following western culture and benefits of following Hindu culture. Dr. Narendra Patil of HJS spoke on the topic of ‘Need of Hindu Rashtra’.

Hindu Rashtra-jagruti Sabha held at Darvha (Yeotmal)

Darvha (Yeotmal) : Hindu Janajagruti Samiti (HJS) held Hindu Rashtra-jagruti Sabha on 1st March 2020 at Radhakrushna Mandir’s hall in Gopalnagar. Shri. Mangesh Khandel of HJS addressed the ‘sabha’ and Shri. Aniket Ardhapurkar of HJS did compeering of the ‘sabha’.

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