‘Efforts to prevent conversions of Hindus and voluntary reconversion of converts’ in the 10th Bharatiya Hindu Rashtra Adhiveshan

(From left) H.H. Chandrakant Maharaj Shukla, Shri. Nitin Chowgule, Vijay Jangam and Munnakumar Sharma

Leave sectarianism and cultivate Hindutva and nationalism! – H.H. Chandrakant Maharaj Shukla, District Head, Guruvandana Manch, Valsad, Gujarat

H.H. Chandrakant Maharaj Shukla, District Head, Guruvandana Manch, Valsad, Gujarat

‘Establishment of Hindu Rashtra’ is our collective responsibility. The government is ready to establish Hindu Rashtra. It is our fault that we are not demanding it. In the same way that the government had to repeal 3 laws due to many mass agitations by the farmers, Hindus have to put pressure on the government to establish Hindu Rashtra. Have to take to the streets. Sects, castes, etc., have to be set aside. Unite now, otherwise, our next generation will not forgive us. Let go of sectarianism and cultivate Hindutva and nationalism asserted H.H. Chandrakant Maharaj Shukla. He was speaking in the session on ‘Prevention of Religious Conversion and Gharwapsi’ on the 7th day of the 10th Akhil Bharatiya Hindu Rashtra Adhiveshan.

Speaking on the topic of ‘Active Efforts to Prevent Conversion’, he said that Five Ps – Pralobhan (enticement), Prem (love), Politicians, Parents, and Pandits play an important role in conversions.

1. Pralobhan : Taking advantage of the helplessness of the tribals in Gujarat, the Christian missionaries convert them by providing clothes, food, and medicine. In response to this, our organization distributes clothes and medicines to the tribal Hindus, and we also carry out eye surgery through eye camps. Orphaned tribal girls are wedded to Hindu boys in a Vedic manner. In this way, we take care to see that they are not converted. We also convince the tribal converts to embrace Hinduism.

2. Love: Hindus have to get rid of discrimination between them. They should not be offended. We should make tribals our own, by giving them love. If we treat them with love, they will not convert to another religion. After such efforts, a Dalit brother built the temple. Dalit brethren perform bhajan-pujan there.

3. Politician: A Brahmin came to live in a building in Surat. He was prevented from coming there. Earlier, if a Brahmin came to live in an area, the people there would rejoice. One has to wonder, ‘Where is our culture today?’ We have to give up racism. This requires political efforts.

4. Parents: Parents need to know where their children go and what they do. Children should be taught to leave the house only after wearing a tilak.

5. Pandit (kathavachak, Saint, Shankaracharya): Pandits should tell parents, ‘You should not come to religious functions alone, bring your children with you!’ Awaken them to love jihad! Kathavachaks should raise awareness by sharing information about the attacks on Hindus like Love Jihad for at least 5 minutes every day during the week-long discourses.

Hindus need a ‘Hindu Hitraksha Board’! – H.H. Chandrakant Shukla

H.H. Chandrakant Shukla further said that ‘just as there is a Muslim Waqf Board, there are boards for other religions, there should be a Hindu Hitraksha Board. The function of this board will be to stand behind the victimized Hindus’.

A Hindu system can bring in a powerful Hindu Rashtra! – Munnakumar Sharma, National President, All India Hindu Mahasabha, New Delhi

Munnakumar Sharma, National President, All India Hindu Mahasabha, New Delhi

The Hindu Mahasabha is the oldest political party in India. Our party has been pushing for Ghar Wapsi from the beginning. Bhai Parmanand and Swami Shraddhanand, the leaders of the Mahasabha had vigorously started the work of Ghar Wapsi. That is why Swami Shraddhanand was assassinated. Even today, if our district-level activists want to help someone return to the Hindu fold, they inform the Central Office of the Mahasabha about it. After that, we make all the arrangements for the Ghar Wapsi. We should strive for the establishment of a strong Hindu Rashtra by removing the caste system and creating a Hindu system. We have to fulfil the unfulfilled dreams of our great men. We want to unite Iran, Iraq, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Nepal, Bhutan, Bangladesh, and Myanmar to form a united Hindu Rashtra. We want to regain the glory of ancient India, said Shri. Munnakumar Sharma, National President of All India Hindu Mahasabha, while speaking on the topic of ‘Contribution of Hindu Mahasabha in the work of Ghar Wapsi’.

Hindu Janajagati Samiti and Sanatan Sanstha are leading organizations in India in the mission of establishment of the Hindu Rashtra!

Shri. Munnakumar Sharma said, “Hindu Janajagruti Samiti and Sanatan Sanstha are leading organizations in India for the establishment of Hindu Rashtra. Numerical power alone is not useful. The work of Hindu Janajagruti Samiti and Sanatan Sanstha is commendable. The Mahasabha will accept any service you ask us to perform. We wholeheartedly walk with you. We will always be united in the mission of an Akhand Hindu Rashtra!”

There is no need for imported religions in the country of Gita, Gomata, and Gangamata! – Prabal Pratap Singh Judev, BJP Chhattisgarh State Secretary

Prabal Pratap Singh Judev, BJP Chhattisgarh State Secretary

History bears witness to the fact that when the number of Hindus reduces, the country becomes fragmented. Large-scale conversions are also taking place in Chhattisgarh. Seva (service) is used as a ruse to convert. Tribals are deceived and converted. Dharmantar (Conversion) is Rashtraantar (allegiance to the nation is lost). That is why this subject is so serious. All must work together to prevent conversion. Had there been no conversion, Pakistan and Bangladesh would not have been cleaved off. In the areas of Chhattisgarh where Hindus have converted, Naxal activities have increased. Any connection with Mother India is lost due to conversion. It is necessary to carry out a grand campaign of voluntary reconversion to prevent conversion. Christian missionaries reach out to the last element of society. That is why they can convert. Therefore, Hindus should take Hindu culture and the glorious history of India to the last element of society. In the state of Chhattisgarh, we have also established ‘Dharmaraksha Samiti’ in every village. This committee works to prevent cow slaughter and conversion. In a country with Gita, Gomata, and Gangamata, imported religions are not required.

Will keep up the struggle until the last convert returns home (purified)!

To know the culture of India, one has to study the thoughts of Swami Vivekananda. We have also reconverted (purified) more than 15,000 converted Hindus in some states and Naxal-affected areas. Our workers are attacked, they are threatened, yet we are doing it. ‘Making Hindus and saving Hindus’ is a sacred task. ‘Hindu’ is a symbol of nationalism. Pratap Singh Judev assured, “We will continue to struggle till the last converted Hindu is reconverted.”

Ignore opposition and keep protecting Dharma! – Vijay Jangam, National President and Spokesperson, All India Veershaiva Lingayat Federation, Mumbai

Vijay Jangam, National President and Spokesperson, All India Veershaiva Lingayat Federation, Mumbai

Caste conflict has been going on in the country for many years. External forces are trying to divide Veershaiva Lingayat community and other castes and also to separate them from Hindutva. We fought against this when the Gurus of the Veershaiva Lingayat community were criticised. Some people in the Lingayat community do not believe in Hinduism. They need reservations and education for their benefit; however, it is inappropriate to make separate demands apart from Hindu Dharma. This is dangerous for the next generation. Lingayat is not a separate religion but a component of Hindu Dharma. Today, people from Veershaiva Lingayat community in Karnataka, Telangana, Andhra Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh, Rajasthan, Delhi, Punjab, Nepal, and Bangladesh have united under the umbrella of Hindutva. We are also Hindu and Sanatani. The sects of the Lingayat community in the country should be unified. Kashipeeth, Chandrashekhar Shivacharya Mahaswamiji, and Bhimashankar Shivacharya Mahaswamiji have proclaimed ‘Lingayat is not a separate religion, it is Hinduism. We should tell people that we are Hindus too’. The behavior of some Hindus seems to be, ‘I have nothing to do with Hindu culture.’ They behave according to British ideology. This is wrong. The personal and social life of Hindus can be changed, but Dharmik life cannot be changed. Some people are trying to spread misinformation by saying that the traditions of Lingayat community are different. The Lingayat community in Karnataka had proposed an independent religion; However, we also rejected that proposal. We also sent a statement to the Karnataka and Central Governments demanding that Lingayats are all Hindus, Lingayat is a component of Hindu Dharma. Then Union Home Minister Amit Shah had to come to Karnataka and discuss the matter with our religious leaders. Therefore, while practicing Dharma, it is necessary to protect it, regardless of who criticizes and opposes it.

“Hindu Janajagruti Samiti and Sanatan Sanstha seekers always call on me to join activities to protect Dharma, for which I thank them,” Shri. Vijay Jangam said gratefully.

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