Hindu lobby to counter anti Hindu forces the need of the hour – Sunil Ghanwat, Maharashtra and Chhattisgarh State Organizer, Hindu Janajagruti Samiti
Jalgaon: Today, Hindus are waking up and raising their voice against the injustice they face; but Hindus are being targeted as ‘hate speech’ for standing up to defend Dharma. There has been no incident where speech of Hindutva activists caused law and order problems. Still Hindus are booked against the country due to pressure on the police and administration. Hindus have been killed after chants of ‘Sar tan se juda’ rent the air. However, none of the the so-called ‘progressive’, ‘secular’ or ‘peacefuls’ filed a petition against them. In order to deal with such anti-Hindu forces, a Hindu pressure group of Hindus should be created by establishing a ‘Hindu Rashtra Samnvaya Samiti’ at the state, district and taluka levels, said Maharashtra and Chhattisgarh State Organizer of Hindu Janajagruti Samiti Mr Sunil Ghanwat. He was speaking in the one-day regional Hindu Rashtra Adhiveshan organized by the Hindu Janajagruti Samiti held at the Saibaba Temple in Paladhi here.
The Adhiveshan was inaugurated by the lighting the auspicious lamp by Sadguru Nandkumar Jadhav (Sanatan Sanstha Dharmapracharak), Bhagwatcharya Rajeev Krishna ji Jha Maharaj, Advocate Bharat Deshmukh, and Hindu Janajagruti Samiti Maharashtra and Chhattisgarh State Organizer Mr Sunil Ghanwat. Jalgaon district coordinator of the Samiti Mr. Prashant Juvekar shared the objectives of the Adhiveshan. Sadguru Nandkumar Jadhav provided guidance on the Importance of Spiritual Practice for the Establishment of Hindu Rashtra. Bhagwatcharya Rajeev Krishna ji Jha Maharaj spoke on The need for Hindus to organize themselves for the establishment of a Hindu Rashtra, while Mr Ghanwat spoke on the Need of a Hindu Rashtra Samanvay Samiti.
In the second session, Mr Devendra Marathe spoke on Anti-Hindu Conspiracy in Burhanpur, Mrs Kshipra Juvekar spoke on the Conspiracy against Sanatan Sanstha, while Ms. Saili Patil spoke on Love Jihad.
A discussion on Need to establish Hindu Rashtra had been organised. Kamlesh Kataria, Gitanjali Thackeray, and Sunil Ghanwat were on the panel. Advocates Bharat Deshmukh, Pankaj Patil, Dharmendra Sonar provided legal guidance to those present. The Adhiveshan concluded with guidance from Sadguru Nandkumar Jadhav on Spiritual Practice during Adverse Times.
Over 100 devout Hindus from across 20 organizations from Jalgaon, Dhule, Nandurbar, Nashik, Chhatrapati Sambhajinagar attended the adhiveshan. the adhiveshan was compered by Mr Pradeep Deshmukh and Mr Lokesh Mahajan. Mr Vinod Shinde proposed the vote of thanks. This was followed by the attendees sharing their experiences.
Chanting is the best spiritual practice in Kaliyuga! – Sadguru Nandkumar Jadhav, Dharmapracharak, Sanatan Sanstha
Everyone assembled here is striving for the establishment of Hindu Rashtra. The real purpose of human birth is fulfilled in the attainment of God. Spiritual practice is the daily effort put in to attain God! Regular spiritual practice and abiding by Dharma has many benefits. One realises the greatness of Dharma. One can be happy even in adverse circumstances. Self-confidence is awakened. One obtains God’s grace. Karma yoga is achieved and spiritual progress is made. Any Dharmik revolution which is not based on spiritual practice has no meaning. Along with physical and mental strength, spiritual strength is essential. It is on the basis of this strength that Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj established Hindu Swaraj. We too can increase our spiritual strength by chanting the name of our Kuladevata. That is why chanting is the best form of spiritual practice in Kali Yuga.
Temples should be made centres which impart education on Dharma! – Devendra Marathe, Burhanpur (Madhya Pradesh)
There are currently 365 mosques in Burhanpur. Many temples have been converted into madrasas and mosques. The ancient Sri Premchand Hanuman temple was renovated by Ahilya Devi Holkar. This is being encroached upon. A legal battle is on. So far, the gaurakshaks have caught 52 cattle-stealing trucks and handed them over to the police. Constant vigilance by the Hindus seems to have resulted in a decrease in such activities. If we want to create awareness among Hindus, Goshalas and Sanskar kendras must be established and temples should be made centers which impart education on Dharma.