1 thousand Hindus pledge to unite for Hindu Rashtra in ‘Hindu Rashtra-Jagruti Sabha’ at Solapur!
Solapur : Even though Kashi Vishweshwar Corridor has been built today, Nandi is still looking at the ruins of the original temple, not facing Bhagwan Kashi Vishweshwar, but facing the Gyanvapi Masjid. Not only Kashi, Mathura, but also the question of 1 thousand 560 Hindu temples like ‘Qutub Minar which is Vishnustambh’, ‘Bhojshala in Dhar’ and ‘Adhai Din Ka Zhopda which is Shri Saraswati Mandir’ in Ajmer. The encroachment on some ancient temples is still in the same condition today. In this regard, some advocates and organizations have started a legal battle, so pledge to release every temple that is under the control of the invaders appealed Sadguru Swati Khadye, Dharma Pracharak of Sanatan Sanstha. On behalf of Hindu Janajagruti Samiti, a ‘Hindu Rashtra-Jagruti’ Sabha was organized on 1st June at 5.30 pm at Atharva Garden, Bhavani Peth, Solapur. She was addressing the attendees at that time.
Shri. Rajan Bunage and Smt. Alka Vhanmare of Ranaragini Branch also guided the audience. At this time, Saint H.H. Deepali Matkar was present. For this meeting, activists of various Hindu organizations, BJP corporator Sou. Radhika Dattatraya Posa and famous entrepreneur from Solapur Shri. Suresh Bidri along with 1000 devout Hindus from the city were present.
The meeting was attended by editors and reporters of 8 local news channels and newspapers. Shri. Hanumantha Shriram, the editor of the Rashtratej Marathi News YouTube channel covered the event.
Devout Hindus decide to participate in the mission of Hindu Rashtra!
When Sadguru Swati Khadye asked the audience during the speech, “Will you participate in the mission of Hindu Rashtra?” all the attendees raised both their hands and roared yes.
The Sabha began with the lighting of the ceremonial lamp by Sadguru Swati Khadye. After this, Shri. Rajan Bunage garlanded the idol of Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj. The recitation of Vedmantra by Purohit Shri. Venu Gopal Jilla and his colleagues charged the atmosphere with divine consciousness. Review of the Hindu Janajagruti Samiti’s work was presented by Shri. Dattatraya Pise. After the speeches, the activists of the Samiti presented a demonstration of self-defense techniques. At the conclusion of the Sabha, the devout Hindus present, including Shri. Vikram Ghodke (of the HJS), pledged to ‘establish the Hindu Rashtra’. The Sabha was compered by Kum. Varsha Jewale and Shri. Ruturaj Arsid.
Sadguru Swati Khadye further said, “Currently, there is a conspiracy to build dargahs or mazars by encroaching on forts, forts, government offices, government lands and other places.” Hindu Saints and organizations in various places have given a call to fight this. We must take part in this fight and stop Islamic encroachment. ”
Need to establish a Hindu Rashtra which gives equal justice to all! – Rajan Bunage, Hindu Janajagruti Samiti
There is no conversion in Muslim nations; because even if they are poor, they are proud of their own sect. Hinduism is a religion of salvation; However, since Hindus do not have education on Dharma, they convert. In India, if anything happens against minorities, they have a ‘Minority Commission’; But the majority Hindus are not given any protection or there is no ‘majority commission’ for them. Quran and Bible can be taught in Hindu schools in India; But ‘Bhagavad Gita’ and ‘Sacred Hindu Texts’ cannot be taught. Therefore there is a need to establish a Hindu Rashtra which gives equal justice to all, asserted Shri. Rajan Bunage.
Hindu women need to practice Dharma and spirituality ! – Smt. Alka Vhanmare, Ranaragini Branch
Looking at the increasing atrocities against women, Hindu women need to practice Dharma and spirituality to put an end to it. On behalf of Hindu Janajagruti Samiti, Dharmashikshan Varg and ‘Swarakshan Prashikshan Varg’ are conducted for self-defence. You must participate in these classes, appealed Mrs. Alka Vhanmare of Ranaragini Branch.
1. Some of the attendees sent photos of themselves at the venue to the Samiti members in touch with them, while others called and said that they had attended the Sabha.
2. All the women who had attended the women’s meetings that had been held as a prelude to the Sabha attended the Sabha.
3. A differently abled stayed for the entire duration of the Sabha.
4. Two 80-year-old grandmothers were present in the Sabha, they responded enthusiastically to the words of the speakers
5. BJP corporator Shri. Suresh Patil provided special assistance to the Hindu Rashtra-Jagruti Sabha. He attended the Sabha with two colleagues even though he was ill.
6. Shri. Suresh Bidri provided saffron caps free of cost to all the devotees who came to the Sabha. This gave a saffron tinge to the entire atmosphere.
7. A rickshaw driver had come to the Sabha. Impressed by one of the speeches, he went home and returned with 15 people, including his family. He wanted his whole family to attend the Sabha.