Darewadi (Dist. Nagar, Maharashtra): There is a ban on imparting ‘Dharmashikshan’ to Hindus in the Government-aided educational institutes. In a country where Hindus are in majority, it is allowed to teach Quran and Bible, but Bhagavat Geeta and Hindu scriptures cannot be taught. It is, therefore, vital to establish Hindu Nation to bring changes in this situation, stated Mr Rameshwar Bhukan of Hindu Janajagruti Samiti (HJS) while addressing ‘Hindu Rashtra-jagruti Sabha’ organised by HJS at Darewadi on the occasion of Shriram Navami. The ‘sabha’ was attended by more than 100 men and women. Ms Pratiksha Korgaonkar, of Ranaragini Division of HJS shared the dais with Mr Bhukan.
Mr Bhukan said further that there is a law in this country related to noise pollution; under which, the use of loudspeakers between 10.00 p.m. and 6.00 a.m. is not allowed; still, there is a daily breach of this law through the hooting of ‘baang’ from mosques at dawn. No action is taken against any mosque. Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj was first taught Dharma by his mother Rajmata Jijau. We should abide by our Dharma and join the mission of establishing of Hindu Nation for creating the expansiveness and loyalty towards own Dharma like Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj.
Hindu women should take pride in abiding by their Dharma ! – Ms Pratiksha Korgaonkar
Hindu culture is the most ancient and ideal culture in the world. It is false propaganda against Hindu Dharma as Hindu Dharma teaches treating women as lesser beings and does injustice to them, when the truth is Hindu Dharma has always treated women with respect and honour. India has a great long tradition of brave Hindu women warriors, scholars, and experts in different fields, but after independence, Hindu women are forcibly converted through love jihad all over the country. Women should not feel awkward or ashamed to follow their own Dharma and abide by Dharma. They should also, get trained in self-defence since it is the need of the hour.
1. Around 8-9 devout Hindus from Darewadi visited nearly 200 houses of Hindus in two days and extended invitations for the ‘sabha’.
2. Big hoardings (10 x 10 size) were displayed on the boundary of 3 towns for the extensive advertisement for the ‘sabha’.
3. There was a review meeting held after the ‘sabha’ which was attended by 21 devout Hindus, wherein it was decided to hold a meeting every fifteen days for the local devout Hindus.