‘Shivarajyabhishek Din’: Online special program on ‘Hindu Rashtra Sankalp-Din’ !

The young generation is not taught true history of the ideal King like Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj since there are tacit limitations on the part to the Government ! – Shri. Suresh Chavanke, Sudarshan News

In none of the States except Maharashtra complete history about Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj is taught. The Union Government’s NCERT is not ready to utilise more than half page for teaching this history at national level. Owing to the efforts of honourable Prime Minister Shri. Narendra Modi and honourable Karnataka Chief Minister Shri. Yediyurappa, portion of history has been extended a bit in Guajarat and Karnataka States; but there is a ploy to finish off the ideology of ShivaChhatrapati in this country. The Government doesn’t allow teaching our young generation that Chhatrapati Shivaraya was an ideal Hindu King. Today, similar condition is prevailing in this country which was experienced before Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj took an oath for establishing ‘Hindavi Swarajya’. It is not enough to just celebrate ‘Hindu Samrajya Din’ on the occasion of ‘Shivarajyabhishek Din’. Chhatrapati Shivaraya had made a resolve to free Kashi-Mathura from the clutches of invaders. There is no alternative to declaring this country as a Hindu Rashtra if the ideology of Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj is to be followed, was the forthright statement made by Shri. Suresh Chavanke, the Chief Editor of ‘Sudarshan’ News channel. He had participated in an online conference held by Hindu Janajagruti Samiti (HJS) to commemorate ‘Shivarajyabhishek Din: Hindu Rashtra Sankalp- Din’. Many people watched this program on the website of HJS HinduJagruti.org, you-tube and twitter.

Shri. Chetan Rajhans, the national spokesperson of Sanatan Sanstha said on the occasion that Chhatrapati Shivaraya defeated 5 Islamic invaders and established ‘Hindavi Swarajya’. He revived even our language after his coronation. He got written a dictionary in Sanskrut for regular governance of his kingdom. He established his kingdom in the manner as he was establishing Dharma; whereas after getting independence in 1947, it didn’t appear as our own government  had come to power; because ‘Indian Penal Code’ brought in 1860 by the British to suppress revolutionaries is still in operation. ‘The Indian Governance Act, 1935’ which was passed for permanent governance over India by the British has been included in the preamble to the India’s Constitution. The Macauley’s education system introduced with the purpose of destroying our own ‘Gurukul’ education system is still effective and continuing. We have not changed the names given by Arabian and British invaders to our roads and structures.

Shri. Vivek Sinnerkar, a member of executive committee of Vishwa Hindu Parishad for west Maharashtra said that 450 years ago, Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj didn’t ask anyone for establishing ‘Hindavi Swarajya’. He didn’t seek permission of Mughal kings like Aurangzeb, Adil Shah, Qutub Shah etc for the same. He brought together few ‘mawlas’ and took oath. Then, he created his own army, arsenal, naval force, rebuilt Hindus’ demolished temples and set up ‘Hindavi Swarajya’. Hindus need to have such ideals. We can declare this country as a Hindu Rashtra even today if we come together and nobody will stop us.

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