Hindu Rashtra-jagruti Sabha held by HJS at Bengaluru (Karnataka)
Bengaluru (Karnataka) – Hindu Dharma is under constant attack. We Hindus should come together and prevent such attacks, by keeping aside our castes and creed. There are many good virtues and traditions advised under Hindu Dharma such as hospitality, Gurukul education system, etc., but schools-colleges don’t allow students to wear bangles, apply Kumkum and abide by Hindu culture. It is our duty to inculcate good qualities and virtues in our children, stated Mr Shrinivas Reddy of Bharatiya Kisan Sangh while addressing Hindu Rashtra-jagruti Sabha held by Hindu Janajagruti Samiti (HJS) at Bommasandra. Spontaneous response was received from devout Hindus to this ‘sabha’.
Hindus have to find their own identity these days in this country ! – Advocate P. Prakash, President, ‘Anekal Vakil Sangh’
We should try to know the diversities in this country, including various castes. Presently, Hindus have to find their own identity in this country. We should sincerely feel that we all are one. Only then, we can build this country on the principles of equality and brotherhood.
Hindus should try to protect Dharma with unity ! – Mohan Gauda, State spokesperson, HJS
Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj established ‘Hindavi Swarajya’ by uniting ‘mawlas’ considering our history of Mughal invasions. King Harihara Bukka protected Hindu Dharma in south India. Similarly, we have to make efforts.