HJS starts new satsang at Arani, near Chennai

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Recently a new satsang was started by HJS in Arani

Chennai : Recently a new satsang was started by HJS in Arani, a small town around 140 km from Chennai. This is the positive outcome of HJS National spokesperson Shri. Ramesh Shinde’s visit and satsang with devout Hindus in Arani last week. As a result this Satsang was arranged by Shri. Radhakrishnan a dharmabhimani, who also provided  car with driver to take HJS sadhaks to the venue.

Around 20 ladies and 7 men attended the satsang. Attendees were from very simple middle class family. They were curious and asked questions. 

Highlights

  • The ladies were very much interested and asked whether regular satsangs would be conducted in future.
  • After knowing the importance of Datta chanting, everyone requested Datta booklet.
  • Two ladies volunteered to write Dharmacharan (How to practice Dharma ?) matters on board in nearby temples.

‘Dharmacharan’ is important for protection of Hindu culture ! – Shri. Ramesh Shinde

August 3, 2013

National spokesperson of HJS gives guidance to devout Hindus at Tamil Nadu !

Mr. Ramesh Shinde, HJS
Mr. Ramesh Shinde, HJS

Chennai (Tamil Nadu) Hindu culture has suffered a lot due to the influence of western culture over people. As solution to these and such other problems, it is necessary to abide by Dharma (Dharmacharan) in our daily life. Hindus need to abide by Dharma for protection of Hindu culture. The above guidance was given by Shri. Ramesh Shinde, the national spokesperson of Hindu Janajagruti Samiti (HJS) while speaking in a ‘satsang’ held at Arani near Vellore, Tamil Nadu, on 27th July.

Participants especially women attending the ‘satsang’ were quite impressed with the guidance of Shri. Ramesh Shinde on importance of ‘Dharmacharan’. They made a demand with the organizers to start regular ‘satsangs’. One woman even offered her place to conduct ‘satsangs’. Shri. Radhakrushnan offered his vehicle to transport seekers to and fro the venue of satsang.     

Shri. Ramesh Shinde had discussions with reporters of ‘Dainik Pioneer’

Shri. Kumar Chelappan, a reporter of ‘Daily Pioneer’ met Shri. Ramesh Shinde at Chennai on 28th July. Both of them had discussions for about half an hour.

Ramesh Shinde discusses the matter with retired IAS officer Sundaramji

Shri. Ramesh Shinde met Shri. Sundaramji, a retired IAS officer at his residence. Shri. Shinde informed him about ‘Bhoj-shala’ movement and all-India Hindu Conevntion. It was also explained to him that how ‘Bhoj-shala’ movement grew into a movement at national level. He was apprised of common programs and monthly agitations; besides explaining about campaign to thwart Government’s ploy to grab the land belonging to ISKCON temple at Bhagyanagar. An appointment was fixed with famous industrialist, Shri. Nalli Kuppusami with the help of Shri. Sundaramji.  

Every devout Hindu should dedicate at least 1-2 hours for activities related to protection of Dharma !

About 20 devout Hindus attended the guidance of Shri. Ramesh Shinde on 28th July in the evening. Shri. Shinde told them about how our borders, between Bharat and Pakistan, have become insecure. A VCD on the topic of ‘love jihad’ was showm on this occasion. An appeal was also made that every devout Hindu should give 1-2 hours every day for activities related to protection of Dharma. Many devout Hindus were waiting for clarification of doubts session even after the program as they were impressed with guidance of Shri. Shinde.

Source : Dainik Sanatan Prabhat

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