Session on ‘Narration of experiences of Hindu organisations’ on Day 7 of the Vaishvik Hindu Rashtra Mahotsav

Acharya Chandra Kishore Parashar hailing the ‘Hindu Rashtra’ with enthusiasm; others (From left) Mr Digambar Mahale, Adv. Amruthesh NP and Mr Pala Santhosh Kumar

Cases of robbery filed against Gorakshaks who nab cattle smugglers – Acharya Chandra Kishore Parashar, Founder, Antarashtriya Sanatan Hindu Vahini, Bihar

The name of our city Muzaffarpur always irked me. So in 1980, a meeting of some like-minded friends and organizations was held to change it. The population of the city is 6 lakh and there are 50 thousand Muslims. There are many slaughterhouses. We tried to shut them down, but they function in collusion with the local authorities and the police. So no action was taken against them. There are food processing industries in the city. They package beef at night. So we alerted the central government authorities and helped them confiscate 500 tons of beef one night. All this is being done by an association of 15-20 Hindu organisations.

When we stop cattle smuggling, cases are filed against us with charges of robbery. Unfortunately, people are not coming forward to support this work.  Acharya Chandra Kishore Parashar, Founder, Antarashtriya Sanatan Hindu Vahini, Bihar expressed his displeasure that when one slaughterhouse is closed, another one is opened elsewhere. He was addressing the attendees on Day 7 of the Vaishvik Hindu Rashtra Mahotsav (22.6.2023).

He further said, ‘Our association has established an academy in the name of the famous writer Dinkar, to provide an appropriate platform for nationalist authors. The academy also organises a 3-day conference every year. Bageshwar Dham Maharaj’s program was recently organized in Naubatpur, Bihar. It was opposed by the Bihar government. The farmers there leveled 1500 acres of land which had crops growing on them for the program.’

When I came to the Vaishvik Hindu Rashtra Mahotsav, I felt my energy increase 5 times!

Have to awaken sleeping Hindus and establish a Hindu Rashtra in the whole world – Harish Joshi, Pradesh Mahamantri, Shri Ram Yuva Sena, Madhya Pradesh

We have to awaken the sleeping Hindus and establish Hindu Rashtra all over the world.

All Hindus suffer due to the azan from loudspeakers 5 times a day. We too suffered for a while. We realised that it wasn’t in our power to stop it. So we decided to challenge it. Hindus got together and erected an 85 foot tall Shriram Tower with 25 loudspeakers in the city. Hanuman Chalisa is played twice a day. This made us realise what can be achieved if Hindus come together.

Many surrounding villages were inspired by the idea of the ShriRam Tower and requested us to set up such towers in their villages too. One sarpanch even pledged to set up a Shriram Tower within 1 month.

The administration imposes several restrictions when it comes to Hindu festivals. Hindus were also slowly moving away from our culture. So we, Shri Ram Yuva Sena, started to publicly and collectively celebrate all hindu festivals said Mr Harish Joshi, Pradesh Mahamantri, Shri Ram Yuva Sena, Madhya Pradesh. He was addressing the audience on DAY 7 of the ongoing Vaishvik Hindu Rashtra Mahotsav here.

Mr Harish Joshi further said, ‘I came in contact with the Hindu Janajagruti Samiti in 2015. I listened to MLA T Raja Singh speak in the Hindu Rashtra Adhiveshan the same year. That is when I decided that I have to become a staunch Hindu. MLA Raja Singh is our role model. Like him we also work against cow slaughter, love jihad, conversion. My brother and I were attacked for our Hindutva work; but we were saved due to God’s grace’.

Felicitation of Hindu Janajagruti Samiti guide and volunteers by Adv. Amruthesh NP

National Vice President of Hindu Vidhidnya Parishad Adv. Amruthesh NP felicitated Sadguru Nilesh Singbal (Dharmapracharak Hindu Janajagruti Samiti), IT Cell Coordinator Mr. Pradeep Wadkar, and Hindu Vidhidnya Parishad Secretary Adv. Nagesh Joshi on the seventh day of the Vaishvik Hindu Rashtra Mahotsav.

On behalf of Adv. Amruthesh NP (National Vice President, Hindu Vidhidnya Parishad), Sadguru (Dr) Charudatta Pingale (National Guide, Hindu Janajagruti Samiti) felicitating Sadguru Neelesh Singbal (Dharmapracharak Saint, Hindu Janajagruti Samiti) by offering a shawl


Adv. Amruthesh NP (National Vice President, Hindu Vidhidnya Parishad) felicitating Adv. Nagesh Joshi (Secretary, Hindu Vidhidnya Parishad, Goa) and applying a tilak on his forehead


Adv. Amruthesh NP (National Vice President, Hindu Vidhidnya Parishad) felicitating Mr Pradeep Wadkar (Coordinator, IT Wing, Hindu Janajagruti Samiti) by offering a shawl and greeting with a Namaskar

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