Hindu Rashtra-jagruti Sabha organised by HJS at Korutala (Telangana)

Every Hindu needs to support establishment of Hindu Rashtra for protecting own existence ! – Sri Sri Sri Mangi Ramulu Maharaj, Nandipet, Telangana

From left – Mr Chetan Janardan (lighting lamp), Sri Sri Sri Mangi Ramulu Maharaj and Mrs Vinutha Shetty

Bhagyanagar (Telangana): Nowadays, everyone is on a money-making spree. Money and physical body, both are not permanent. We don’t know when either of them will leave us. We should, therefore, follow the eternal Dharma and fulfil this human birth. Presently, the situation is quite adverse for Hindus and if we don’t wake up now, it will be difficult to protect our existence; therefore, every Hindu must stand up for the Hindu Rashtra, stated Sri Sri Sri Mangi Ramulu Maharaj from Nandipet Gram while addressing the Hindu Rashtra-jagruti Sabha held by Hindu Janajagruti Samiti (HJS) at Korutla, Telangana. The ‘sabha’ was also addressed by Mr Chetan Janardan, the state coordinator of HJS for Andhra Pradesh and Telangana, and Mrs Vinutha Shetty of Sanatan Sanstha. Mr Nela Tukaram Indur District-coordinator of HJS introduced various activities undertaken by HJS to the attendees. The ‘sabha’ was attended by more than 500 devout Hindus.

Highlights

1. A devout Hindu woman said in the meeting held after the ‘sabha’ that HJS activists tell people about Dharma. Similarly, they too abide by Dharma. Their way of welcoming was very good.

2. ‘City Cable’, a local channel’s representative recorded the whole ‘sabha’ and said such a programme was never held in Korutla.

3. A professor of a college showed interest in holding a lecture on ‘Rashtra-rakshan and Dharmajagruti’.

4. The local ‘Purohit Mandal’ gave an oath to girls and women, for abiding by Hindu culture while they were entering the temple.

5. Many devout Hindus expressed their willingness to join ‘Dharmakarya’ in a meeting held after the ‘sabha’.

1. A devout Hindu woman said in the meeting held after the ‘sabha’ that HJS activists tell people about Dharma. Similarly, they too abide by Dharma. Their way of welcoming was very good.

2. ‘City Cable’, a local channel’s representative recorded the whole ‘sabha’ and said such a programme was never held in Korutla.

3. A professor of a college showed interest in holding a lecture on ‘Rashtra-rakshan and Dharmajagruti’.

4. The local ‘Purohit Mandal’ gave an oath to girls and women, for abiding by Hindu culture while they were entering the temple.

5. Many devout Hindus expressed their willingness to join ‘Dharmakarya’ in a meeting held after the ‘sabha’.

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