Devout Hindus pray to Shri Ganesha through the online ‘Shri Ganesha-darshan’ program for the establishment of Hindu Rashtra at the earliest !
Mumbai – Owing to the Corona pandemic, visiting our friends and relatives for Shri Ganesh-darshan and attending ‘aarti’ has a lot of limitations. In this background, Hindu Janajagruti Samiti (HJS) had organised an online ‘Shri Ganesh-darshan’ program for devout Hindus from all over the State. Those who join the self-defence classes held by HJS, had an online ‘darshan’ of Shri Ganesha installed at each other’s house. They also joined the online ‘aarti’ and did collective chanting of Shri Ganesha’s name. While concluding the program, a collective prayer was also made to Shri Ganesha for the establishment of Hindu Rashtra at the earliest, and slogans were raised. The participants experienced a lot of happiness and enthusiasm due to their participation in ‘aarti’ and raising slogans. Hundreds of devout Hindus from various districts of Maharashtra and Goa joined this online program.
Highlights of the program
1. Ms Anjali Kumbhar from Satara and Mrs Rashmi Vikhar from Alandi (Dist. Pune) took initiative in organising this online ‘darshan’ program. Everyone attended the program with their families.
2. Mr Ankush Mane, a devout Hindu participated in the program with a lot of enthusiasm and helped his 4 friends in downloading the ‘Ganesh Puja and Aarti’ app of Sanatan Sanstha, immediately after the program.
3. Ms Mrudula Desai from Ratnagiri had displayed ‘Dharmashikshan’ flex-boards while making decorations around the idol of Shri Ganesha at her home. It helped visitors to know a few things about ‘Dharma-shaastra’ from the matter written on those flex-boards.
Special experiences about the program
Ms Payal Neve, Ms Tejal Neve, Mrs Madhuri Mahajan, Mrs Anita Jadhav, Mrs Swati Jadhav said that they liked the concept of such Ganesha-darshan and it increased their enthusiasm. They felt that the guests had visited their homes.
Hema Diwakar – Made preparations for ‘aarti’ by wearing a ‘sattvika’ dress. Shri Ganesha idols and ‘aarti’ were seen from different places at the same time. I was feeling very enthusiastic right from the time I received the message and post of this program.
1.Mr Ashish Patil – Keep a similar program even for Navaratri. It felt as if all of us were one family.
2.Mrs Jyotsna Bhirud – I couldn’t install Shri Ganesha idol at home, but online ‘darshan’ gave a lot of joy, and felt as if God was taking care of everything.
3.Mrs Jyoti Deshmukh – Felt a lot of ‘chaitanya’ while listening to ‘aarti’ from ‘Ganesh Puja and aarti’ app while performing ‘aarti’ at home.
1.Ms Prachi Shintre – This program created a closeness among the self-defence trainers from the district and devout Hindus.
2. Mrs Bhagyashree Vani – Lot of ‘chaitanya’ was felt through ‘aarti’. We performed such ‘aarti’ for the first time.
3.Mr Uddhav Todkar – Everyone at home seemed happy and satisfied. We felt good in the house after collective chanting.
4.Ms Radhika Thombare – This year, I couldn’t bring Ganapati at home due to a personal problem; but through the online ‘darshan’, I could see Ganapati from all houses and experienced ‘chaitanya’.
1. Mrs Anjali Deshpande – Felt as if all of us have come together, due to this ‘Ganesha-darshan’ program
2. Mrs Archana Havale – There was no electricity supply before the ‘Shri Ganesha-darshan’ program, but the supply was resumed after some time; so, we could have ‘darshan’ and experience God’s grace.
1. Mr Nikhil Kambale – Felt very nice during collective ‘aarti’ and chanting.
2. Few young women from the Kolhapur district have given feedback that the atmosphere felt at the time of collective ‘aarti’ was not experienced when ‘aarti’ was performed at home.
1. Ms Akshata More – There were a lot of obstacles in having ‘Shri Ganesha-darshan’ for the last 2 years, but this year, we all could meet through ‘online program with God’s grace.
2. Ms Rakhi Pangam – We always pray to God wishing for something or the other, but this time, everyone prayed to Shri Ganesha for the establishment of Hindu Rashtra; therefore, it felt good.