HJS creates awareness about Hindu issues at the gathering of Hindu youth

Will utilise the education from HJS’ classes on Dharma to fight against Love Jihad – Pajpandhari youth

Dapoli: 16 members of Malhar Boys from Pajpandhari in the taluka attended a workshop of Hindu Janajagruti Samiti in Harne. They then organised a workshop at Homwale Mandali Hall in Pajpandhari on 11th July. The workshop was attended by 70 devout Hindus. Mr Nand Kumar Chougule inaugurated the workshop by lighting the lamp. Dr Hemant Chalke spoke on the Necessity of a Hindu Rashtra, while Mr Paresh Gujarathi spoke on the importance of Spirituality in life. Mr Dipesh Dorkulkar, Mr Arvind Tandel and Mr Ganesh Tandel of Malhar Boys were instrumental in organising the workhop.


1. Mr Nandkumar Govind Chougule – India was partitioned on the basis of religion. The concept of Pakistan as a ‘Muslim country’ and India as an ‘secular country’ is flawed. Congress has deliberately inflicted injustice on Hindu Dharma. Youth must obtained regular guidance on Hindu unity, Dharma education and self defense training.

2. Mr Dipesh Dorkulkar – What is happening to Hindu girls in the country will stop only if we unitedly fight and obtain education on Dharma. We are getting education on Dharma because of Hindu Janajagruti Samiti. Such workshops should be held in every village.

3. Mr Arvind Tandel – We have learned a lot about Dharma. We felt that this education should be available to all here [in Pajpandhari] so we organised this workshop.

55 devout Hindus attended the workshop at Harne

55 devotees from Harne, Karde, Palande, Pajpandhari, Anjarle and Kelshi attended the workshop held at Harne. Sanatan’s Dharmapracharak Sadguru Satyavan Kadam, graced the workshop. Mr Vinay Panvalkar of HJS spoke on on Importance of spiritual practice in life and Dr Chalke spoke on the Necessity of a Hindu Rashtra. At the end of the workshop, the devout Hindus decided to conduct Dharma education classes and self-defense training classes in their respective areas.

Mr Ravindra Mehendale, a devout Hindu from Harne arranged for the hall and all the arrangements there, while Mr Deepak Khedekar of Jai Bhavani Pratishthan arranged for the refreshments.

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