Special lecture by Hindu Janajagruti Samiti at Datta Mandir, Raybag

Start spiritual practice for awakening ‘Brahma-Tej’ required for establishment of Hindu Rashtra ! – Pujya Ramanand Gauda, Sanatan Sanstha

Devout Hindus attending the lecture

Raibag (Karnataka) : Presently, Hindus are joining ‘Dharmakarya’ at physical, mental, and intellectual levels. Uniting at physical level; trying to organise ‘sabha’ in a perfect manner is also done by them, but it is equally important to awaken ‘Brahma-Tej’ in us to work for the mission of Hindu Rashtra. Every Hindu should regularly chant the names of his/her ‘Kul-devata (family Deity) and Bhagavan Shrikrushna, along with physically taking an active part in ‘Dharmakarya’; therefore, start performing spiritual practice for awakening ‘Brahma-Tej’ required for the establishment of Hindu Rashtra, was an appeal made by Pujya Ramanand Gauda, ‘Dharmapracharak’ of Sanatan Sanstha in a lecture organized by Hindu Janajagruti Samiti (HJS) at Datta Mandir. Many devout Hindus had come from different parts for the program.

On this occasion, Mohan Gauda of HJS said that there are many issues taken up in the State such as ‘hijab’, trade by non-Hindus in Devasthan areas, loudspeakers on mosques, etc and HJS has been giving a legal fight in connection with all these issues. They are successful too because everything is happening with God’s grace. Saints’ guidance is most necessary while doing ‘Dharmakarya’. Saints are visionaries. Joining ‘Dharmakarya’ with their guidance will definitely bring victory, besides, our own spiritual practice will also happen.

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