Hindu Rashtra-jagruti Sabha organised at Kedgaon (Pune) !

from left – lighting lamp, Dr Neelesh Lonkar, Mr Sandip Tengale, Mr Nagesh Joshi

Pune, 4th May – On the 1st of May 2022, Hindu Janajagruti Samiti (HJS) organised Hindu Jagruti Sabha (sabha) at Bazar Ground in Kedgaon. The ‘sabha’ was attended by more than 150 devout Hindus. ‘Swatantryaveer Savarkar Yuva Vichar Manch (SSYVM)’ had taken initiative in organising this ‘sabha’. Mr Sandip Tengale of ‘Samarth Mandal Police Bharti Kendra’ and Nagesh Joshi of HJS were the main speakers, addressing this ‘sabha’. The ‘sabha’ was started with the blowing of a conch, followed by the lighting of the lamp. Prof Prakash Deshmukh was felicitated on the occasion through Mr Nagesh Joshi for his active participation in ‘Dharmakarya’. Mr Ketan Patil explained to the participants about various activities undertaken by HJS. Then, there were addresses by the speakers. The ‘sabha’ was concluded with taking an oath for establishing Hindu Rashtra and reciting a ‘shloka’.

Prof. Prakash Deshmukh being felicitated by Mr Nagesh Joshi

Mr Sandip Tengale said on the occasion that India has a glorious history. From many points mentioned in ‘the Bhagavata’, it is observed that the science prevailing at that time was far more advanced than today’s science. At a very young age, Saint Dnyaneshwar talked about ‘Anu (molecule)’ and ‘Paramanu (atom)’ which shows the greatness, maturity, and knowledge of Saints. Our every action can become ‘sattvika’ by abiding by Dharma (Dharmacharan)’. Let us start studying our culture and ‘Dharmacharan’ right from today.

Mr Nagesh Joshi said, “This is the time to unite as Hindus. Considering the magnitude of attacks on Hindu Dharma, there seems to be a threat of becoming a minority population for Hindus soon. We have to unite and establish Hindu Rashtra as Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj had established ‘Hindavi Swarajya’; so let us dedicate ourselves to this mission and resolve to give certain hours daily to the activities related to Hindu Rashtra.”

Highlights

1. Many devout Hindu women had travelled a long distance for attending the ‘sabha’.

2. A few devout Hindus, who had come for the ‘sabha’,  offered to make preparations for holding this ‘sabha’.

Devout Hindus attending the ‘sabha’ at Kedgaon

Help for holding the ‘sabha’!

Dr Neelesh Lonkar of ‘SSYVM’ took initiative in organising and making all preparations for holding this ‘sabha’. Besides, ‘Sarpanch’ Ajit Shelar of ‘Kedgaon Grampanchayat’, all students of ‘Samartha Mandal Police Bharti Kendra’, Vitthal Shelake, Mahesh Avchat, Mr Ramesh Avchat, the President of ‘Mahiti Sevabhavi Sanstha (Maharashtra State) for west Maharashtra, Mrs Sangita Lavhe, Raju Gaikwad, Ramchandra Lavhe, Akash Thorat, etc extended valuable support for holding this ‘sabha’. HJS thanked all of them.

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