Let us utilise ‘Jnanshakti’ to effectively unite Hindus – Ramesh Shinde, National spokesperson, Hindu Janajagruti Samiti

Kolhapur : We can develop leadership in its true sense by appropriate planning and decision making. We need to cultivate these qualities in each one of us. We can foster an ideal unity among Hindus with the help of various activities undertaken by the Hindu Janjagruti Samiti. Spiritual texts execute the mission of uniting. Paratpar Guru Dr Athavale has opened this treasure of knowledge by writing these spiritual texts. Let us get united with the help of this Jnanshakti (treasure of knowledge), stated Mr Ramesh Shinde, National spokesperson, HJS.

Mr Ramesh Shinde

A three -day Workshop on ‘Leadership development’ for volunteers of HJS was held in Kolhapur, Solapur and Pune on behalf of HJS. Mr Ramesh Shinde was the guide for all three workshops. Sadguru Ms Swati Khadye, Sanatan Sanstha’s Dharmapracharak, also was invited to guide the volunteers. Sanatan’s H.H. (Dr) Ms Sharadini Kore was present in the workshop in Kolhapur while Solapur’s workshop was graced by H.H. Ms Deepali Matkar. 70, 80, 80 volunteers and devout Hindus were present in Pune, Kolhapur and Solapur respectively.

Mr Shinde further said that, they needed to unite awakened Hindus. They needed to prepare volunteers who could effectively single handedly handle the responsibility of many activities.

Topics and practicals covered in the workshops

Guidance on, Developing ability to plan, enhancing virtues, effective outreach, how to make use of ‘Right to Information’ (RTI), how to prepare News, etc.was given in these workshops. Practical training also was arranged in these topics. They were also informed about the intent of holding protests. Guidance comprised topics like, types of protests and campaigns, special campaigns, objections and rebuttals concerning Hindu Rashtra, the policy, method and direction regarding various activities among others.

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