Solapur : Hindu youth prevent denigration of Deities’ pictures kept near trash

Preventing denigration of Deities’ pictures and ‘puja’-material kept in trash and temple area !

Commendable work by devout Hindu youth attending ‘Dharmashikshan’ classes conducted by Hindu Janajagruti Samiti (HJS)  

Youth attending ‘Dharmashikshan’ class collect pictures of Deities and ‘puja’ material

Solapur : Many people keep damaged idols of Deities, old pictures of Deities and ‘puja’ material in garbage bins or in temple areas which leads to denigration of Deities. Local devout Hindu youth tried to stop such denigration by collecting ‘puja’ material and offering it to fire. These devout Hindu youth attend ‘Dharmashikshan’ classes conducted by Hindu Janajagruti Samiti (HJS).

‘Dharmashikshan’ class has been started at Shri Datta Mandir at Ghongade Colony after ‘Hindu Rashtra-jagruti Sabha’ held in February 2020. Shri. Vikram Ghodake of HJS explained importance of ‘Dharmashikshan’ to participating youth and prevention of denigration of Deities. Devout Hindu youth had ‘darshan’ of ‘Gram-devata’ Shri RupaBhavani Devi and then offered the collected material to fire.

Shri. Mallesh Pujari, Shri. Vishal Vanga, Shri. Venugopal Rangam, Shri. Appa Shahapure, Shri. Abhishek Koli, Shri. Siddharam Pujari, Shri. Laksmikant Nayakude, Shri. Nagesh Kondabatti, Shri. Vishal Vitkar, Shri. Deepak Bhaganagare, ‘RupaBhavani’ Devi temple’s priest Shri. Deepak Patange, Kum. Ambika Koli and Shri. Vikram Ghodake of HJS participated in this drive.

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