Demand for the ‘Hindu Rashtra’ is our Constitutional right !

Successful conclusion of the 10th Akhil Bharatiya Hindu Rashtra Adhiveshan

Some years ago, the term ‘Hindu Rashtra’ was looked at with utter disdain; however, today the ‘Hindu Rashtra’ is welcomed not only in India but the entire world. Akhil Bharatiya Hindu Rashtra Adhiveshan has played a major role in taking the concept of the ‘Hindu Rashtra’ to the people. This Adhiveshan was first held in the Year 2012 by uniting devout Hindu organisations in India and the slogan for establishing the ‘Hindu Rashtra’ was raised. In a way, the 10th Akhil Bharatiya Hindu Rashtra Adhiveshan was the Vijayadashmi of the ‘Hindu Rashtra’. It has marked the end of Hindu repression and within three years we will see the dawn of the ‘Hindu Rashtra’.

Devout Hindus present for the Hindu Rashtra Adhiveshan

The Hindu Rashtra Adhiveshan held at Shri Ramnath Temple from 12th to 18th June 2022 gave glimpses of this aspect. This Adhiveshan was attended by over 400 representatives of 177 devout Hindu organisations from the USA, Hong Kong, Nepal, Fiji and England as well as 26 States in India. The devout followers of Hindu Dharma from the USA, Netherlands, Scotland, Mauritius, Australia, etc. held placards with the words ‘We support Hindu Rashtra Adhiveshan’. The Adhiveshan was telecast live on HJS’ YouTube channel HinduJagruti, website It was reached by over 3,91,000 people.

Special discussions on analysing various issues and their solutions

During the Adhiveshan, various objections raised about the ‘Hindu Rashtra’ were refuted at the intellectual level. The demand for the ‘Hindu Rashtra’ is a natural and Constitutional demand of Hindus. An appeal was made to all to unite to establish the ‘Hindu Rashtra’ in 2025. In the present Democracy, the welfare of Hindus is ignored; instead, Hindus are being suppressed and minorities are being appeased. The anti-Hindu unity of the socialists, secularists, atheists and Christian missionaries is trying to suppress the Sanatan Hindu Dharma. During the Adhiveshan, it was decided to repulse these enemies and elevate the voice of the ‘Hindu Rashtra’ so that it gets noticed.

Reconstructing demolished temples: It was decided to give momentum to the task of liberating temples that are under Government control and hand them back to the devotees. While the Shriram Temple is being built at Ayodhya, there is an increasing demand to build Shri Vishwanath Temple at Kashi, Shrikrushna Temple at Mathura (the birthplace of Shrikrushna). Many temples in the country are obstructed or no more visible because of Muslim aggression. It was also decided to legally fight for generating public opinion to rebuild the destroyed temples. Adv. Vishnu Shankar Jain and H.H. Adv. Hari Shankar Jain, who fought the legal battle to liberate the Shri Kashi Vishwanath Temple, also participated in the Adhiveshan. Adv. Vishnu Shankar Jain confidently expressed that the day is not far when Hindus will unite and worship in Shri Kashi Vishwanath Temple.

Rehabilitating Kashmiri Hindus: It has been 32 long years since Kashmiri Hindus were driven out of Kashmir by the jihadi terrorists; still, Hindus are being targeted and brutally murdered even today. When will the Kashmiri Hindus get justice? This question was raised by the Kashmiri Hindus during the Adhiveshan. The Adhiveshan participants fully supported the demand for rehabilitating Kashmiri Hindus in a separate ‘Panun Kashmir’ within the Kashmir Valley.

Ban on religious conversions: The horrid issue of religious conversions was also discussed. A demand to remove the word ‘propagate religion’ from Article 25 of the Constitution was made since the issue of religious conversions is extensive in our country. A proposal to introduce an Anti-Conversion Bill at the national level was approved. The religious fanatics target Hindus all over the country by rioting and attacking Hindus directly. Against this background, an appeal was made to devout Hindus to learn self-defence.

Hindu Rashtra Sansad organised during the Adhiveshan

A ‘Hindu Rashtra Sansad’ – the high point of this Adhiveshan – was conducted within the Adhiveshan for 3 days by representatives of Dharma who held discussions on subjects related to its welfare. The Parliament of People’s Representatives is there to discuss various issues related to National and Public interests. Likewise, this ‘Hindu Rashtra Sansad’ comprises representatives of Dharma to discuss issues pertaining to Dharma. Separate committees were formed to discuss subjects such as ‘Ideal governance of Temples’, ‘Hindu Education System’ and ‘The Constitutional way of establishing the Hindu Rashtra’. For justice to Hindus in India, the words ‘Secular and Socialist’ (introduced in the Indian Constitution by the 42nd Amendment during the Emergency time) in the Constitution of India be deleted – this was also demanded.

Other aspects – Laws be passed according to the Bharatiya culture; Education be provided according to the ideal Gurukul system, so that the future of India is radiant and India regains its position as the ‘Vishwa Guru’: Temples be liberated from the clutches of the Government administration and given back to the devotees – were passed with enthusiasm amidst slogans of ‘Jayatu Jayatu Hindu Rashtram’.

Public release of the Text ‘Halal Jihad ?’: The book ‘New attack on the Indian Economy: Halal Jihad ?’ authored by Mr Ramesh Shinde (National Spokesperson of Hindu Janajagruti Samiti) was released in Hindi and Marathi. It was decided that a campaign be launched against the ‘Halal Economy’.

The following resolutions were passed unanimously during the Adhiveshan: India be declared a ‘Hindu Rashtra’; The ‘Places of Worship Act, 1991’ that literally eliminates the fundamental rights of Hindus be scraped and the thousands of temples (Kashi, Mathura, Taj-mahal, Bhojshala, etc.) usurped by the Mughal invaders be given back to Hindus; The Pope should publicly apologise to the people of Goa for the inhuman atrocities perpetrated for over 250 years on Goans in the name of ‘Inquisition’; When the Government agencies FSSAI and FDA are already there, ‘Halal Certification’ that is based on religious lines and promotes a parallel ‘Halal economy’, should be immediately banned; Laws should be enacted to ban cow slaughter all over the country; Atrocities on Hindus in Pakistan, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka be investigated by International Human Rights Organisation & the Indian Government and Hindus in these countries be protected; The CAA should be implemented.

Programmes to establish the ‘Hindu Rashtra’ that will be undertaken throughout the year: Group discussions were organised to decide on the action programmes to protect the Nation and Dharma, in which hundreds of devout Hindus participated. The Adhiveshan participants decided to create awareness in society about establishing the ‘Hindu Rashtra’ through programmes such as ‘Hindu Rashtra Jagruti Sabhas’, ‘Hindu Rashtra Jagruti Andolan’, ‘Hindu Rashtra Adhiveshan’, ‘Hindu Rashtra Workshops’ for activists, ‘Public meetings to resolve the issues of the Kashmiri Hindus’, ‘Public awareness campaigns regarding Halal Jihad’, etc.

In short, amidst the great enthusiasm of the devout Hindus, it was decided in the 10th Akhil Bharatiya Hindu Rashtra Adhiveshan, to give momentum to and expand the reach of the activities to establish the ‘Hindu Rashtra’. The concept of ‘Hindu Rashtra’ is not only political but is spiritual in nature too and is based on the concept of ‘Ramrajya’. The devout Hindus resolved to work incessantly towards fulfilling this objective. From the Dharmatej (Radiance of Dharma) obtained through the Adhiveshan, a bond developed among the devout Hindus organisations and groups who came from all over the country – it can be said that this is the outcome of the Adhiveshan. The ‘Hindu Rashtra’ will certainly be established as per the need of the times. We pray unto the Holy feet of God that everyone gets the inspiration to participate and offer their body-mind-wealth for this mission.

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