Now if the Hindu awakens, secular India will become a Hindu Rashtra! – Bhargavashree B.P. Sachinwala
Mumbai – If the attacks on Hinduism and Hinduism are to be stopped, Hindus must wake up. Now, only if Hindus awaken, can secular India become a Hindu Rashtra. Hindus should worship Shakti to repel attacks on Hinduism. Conversion, anti-Hindu laws should be opposed in an organized manner asserted Bhargavashree B.P. Sachinwala, the founder of ‘Sri Parashuram Tapovan Ashram’ at Vasai (Medhe). A two-day Regional Hindu Rashtra Adhiveshan was organized at Mulund by the Hindu Janajagruti Samiti to unite Hindus for the protection of the Nation & Dharma, and the establishment of Hindu Rashtra. Bhargavashree B.P. Sachinwala was speaking at the inaugural session of the Adhiveshan.
The president of ‘Shri Vitthal-Rukmini Payi Konkan Dindi’ H.B.P. Ganesh Maharaj, Maharashtra and Chhattisgarh State Organizer of Hindu Janajagruti Samiti Mr. Sunil Ghanwat also spoke in the inaugural session of the Adhiveshan. The Adhiveshan began with the blowing of the conch and lamp lighting ritual, followed by recitation of Ved Mantras. Saints, dignitaries and speakers were honored.
Resist anti-Hindu forces! – Sunil Ghanwat
On the day of Ram Navami, religious fanatics pelted stones on Hindu processions in many states across the country. Today, Hindus find it difficult to celebrate their festivals in their own country. Hindus have become a ‘minority’ in India. ‘Mini Pakistans’ have popped up in many places in Maharashtra including Mumbai. The name of ‘Aurangabad’ was restored to ‘Chhatrapati Sambhajinagar’ due to the agitations by devout Hindus.
A campaign was launched against the loudspeakers on on mosques. A large anti-Hindu alliance of secularists, jihadis, communists, atheists and missionary forces is operating in India. The Hindu organizations should put up an organised fight to repel the attacks by this alliance on Hindu Dharma.
All organizations and sects should work together! – H.B.P. Ganesh Maharaj
Avatars are born to protect Dharma. They inspire mankind. In their respective era, Bhagwan ShriKrishna and ShriRam united various sections of the society and fought against the evil tendencies of the time. This shows the need for organization during Ramayana and Mahabharata. Now it is Kali Yuga. The attacks against Hindus and Hindu Dharma are increasing day by day. All organizations and sects should work together to combat this.
On the first day of the Adhiveshan, a seminar was held on the topic of ‘Good Management of Temples’ with the aim of effective organization of all the temples to protect the ancient Indian Temple Culture and to find solutions to the various problems of the temples.
Saints, dignitaries and organizations who attended the Adhiveshan
The Adhiveshan was attended by Sadguru Anuradha Wadekar and H.H. (Mrs.) Sangeeta Jadhav of Sanatan Sanstha. Acharya Shri. P.P.N. Nair of ‘Keraliya Paripalan Samiti’, well-known author and orator Mr. Durgesh Parulkar, President of All India Veerashaiva Lingayat Federation Dr Vijay Jangam and organisations like ISKCON, Swatantryaveer Savarkar Rashtriya Smarak, Hindu Mahasabha, Shri Shivkarya Foundation, Raigad Conservation Foundation, All India Maratha Federation, Hindu Task Force, Gad-Kille Samvardhan Samiti, Ahimsa Sangh, Nepali Vishwakarma Samaj, Shri Parashuram Tapovan Ashram, Akhil Bharatiya Maratha Mahasangha, Gad-Kille Samiti, Satyadhyan University, Sahara Group, Parksite Ganesh Panchayat Mandir, Sirvi Vikas Mandal, Shivjat Mandal, Varkari Sampadraya, Yoga Vedanta Samiti, Hindi Bhashik Janata Parishad, Shiv Jyot Sanghatana, Shwetambar Jain Samaj, Konkan Praant Dindi, Sanatan Sanstha. Representatives of Hindu organizations and sects, as well as advocates, doctors, temple trustees, intellectuals, journalists participated in the Adhiveshan.
Source : Dainik Sanatan Prabhat