‘National Convention on the Protection of Temple-culture’ on 14th March against assaults on temples

The Government take-over of Hindu temples, looting of temple wealth, vandalism of temples and Idols, theft of Idols, preaching by other religious sects in the areas of temples and pilgrim centres of Hindus are some of the assaults that are taking place on temples in various ways. It is necessary to protect the temple-culture by uniting all the temple trustees and religious organisations across the country against such assaults. For this purpose, the online ‘National Convention 2021 on the Protection of Mandir-culture’ will be held by the ‘Mandir and Dharmik Sanstha Mahasangh’ and ‘Hindu Janajagruti Samiti’on 14th March 2021 from 4.30 p.m. To 7.00 p.m. More and more temple trustees should participate in this, appealed Mr. Sunil Ghanwat, the Spokesperson of the Federation of Temples and Religious Institutions.

The National Convention will focus on how temples are being attacked, the guidance by the organisations and advocates who have been successful in giving fight against the assaults, as well as passing a resolution to protect the temple-culture. In this Convention, Santosh Maharaj of the Sindhi community will shed light on the situation of temples in Pakistan, Advocate Ankur Sharma from Jammu will deliberate on the temples in Kashmir, Sriram Sene President Mr. Pramod Mutalik will speak on the temples in Karnataka, Advocate Virendra Ichalkaranjikar of Hindu Vidhidnya Parishad will talk on the temples in Maharashtra, as well as various dignitaries will acquaint about the theft of Idols in Odisha State, vandalism of Idols in Andhra Pradesh, protection of the sanctity of temples in Kerala.

The programme will be broadcast live on YouTube’s Youtube.com/HinduJagruti channel, as well as on Facebook.com/HinduAdhiveshan and Twitter’s Twitter.com/HinduJagrutiOrg at 4.30 p.m. Trustees and priests of all temples across the country, as well as advocates fighting for temples are requested to attend the convention and also call on 70203 83264, appealed Mr. Ghanwat.

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