Devout Hindus spontaneously display Hindu Rashtra board on Shiv Jayanti !

Congratulations to all devout Hindus from Khedi Khurda village who have so much yearning for Hindu Rashtra !

All devout Hindus should learn from this incident !  

Local residents, devout Hindus at the venue of inauguration of board of Hindu Rashtra and 1. Shri. Sumit Sagavekar, Yuva Sanghatak of HJS

Jalgaon : Devout Hindus attending Dharmashikshan classes conducted by Hindu Janajagruti Samiti (HJS) at Khedi Khurda and local devout Hindu activists spontaneously prepared a board on which they wrote ‘Hindu Rashtra Khedi Khu.’ as part of Shiv Jayanti celebrations. The board was inaugurated with breaking a coconut by a local dignitary viz. Shri. Satish Ananda Sonawane while local devout Hindus and Shri. Sumit Sagavekar, Yuva-sanghatak of HJS in attendance. Khedi Khurda will be known as the first place in the history of establishing Hindu Rashtra for displaying banner of Hindu Rashtra, was the feeling expressed by all devout Hindus.

Hindu Rashtra-jagruti Sabha was held at this place by HJS last year and Dharmashikshan classes have been started by HJS for local devout Hindus. Hindu Rashtra-jagruti Sabha held at Jalgaon every year is attended by devout Hindu activists from Khedi Khurda and through which they were inspired to display such board in their village, selecting auspicious occasion of birth anniversary of Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj, the Founder of ‘Hindavi Swarajya’. Large number of local devout Hindus attended the program.

Khedi Khurda will truly become Hindu Rashtra soon when every local person becomes Naamdhaari ! – Sumit Sagavekar, Yuva –Sanghatak, HJS

The banner of Hindu Rashtra has been displayed in the village; therefore, our responsibility has increased. Henceforth, we should try to see how our village becomes an ideal village. The first thing that is required to be done for ideal village is to make it free of addictions. Every youth and citizen should give priority to abide by Dharma. Every person should become Naamdhaari. Naamdhaari means the one who bears name on his forehead and always chanting God’s name in mind and such Naamdhaari should become a citizen of this village. Let us keep aside our castes and creeds, party, organization etc if this place is Hindu Rashtra and unite, making efforts for protection of Hindu Dharma. Local residents should give priority to duty towards Dharma so as to avoid stressful situations. Everyone should think of welfare of only God, Dharma and nation, without falling prey to any kind of lures or keeping away from communal disturbances. Everyone should think on these lines. It is therefore, necessary for every youth to be virtuous. Board of Hindu Rashtra is being inaugurated today on the occasion of birth anniversary of Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj. We should follow him as our ideal. This moment will be written in golden letters in history of Hindu Rashtra which would be established all over India. We are fortunate to witness such moment. This village thus stands with first rank in whole of India.

Highlights

1. Everyone had come for the program despite their differences.

2. Local residents had made all preparations for the program with lot of devotion. They had cleaned the area around the board in traditional manner with cow-dung and drawn beautiful rangolis.

3. Inauguration of board was carried out as per Hindu culture, by breaking a coconut.

4. Everyone attending the program applied tilak on forehead, after listening to the guidance.

5. Local devout Hindus said that they were planning to create awareness amongst all neighboring villages and would motivate them to display such boards in their villages. (Such devout Hindus are true strength of Hindu Dharma !)

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