An initiative to fulfil Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj’s wish for the liberation of Kashi and Mathura – Adv. Vishnu Shankar Jain, Supreme Court

The 2nd ‘Maharashtra Mandir-Nyas Parishad’ in Ozar (Pune District)

Ozar (District Pune) – The destruction of Idols does not eliminate the existence of Deities; they reside in a subtle form at the same place. Hence, “Once a temple is built, it remains a temple forever.” The Kashi Vishweshwar Temple has been desecrated by demolishing it and namaz is being offered amidst the remains of the sacred site. Entrance to the Shri Shringardevi temple at this location is closed down. Currently Hindus are allowed entry for worship at this site only once a year. It is a conspiracy to seize control of Hindu temples. A legal battle is ongoing against this.

On 16th May 2022, a ban was imposed on the ‘Vaju Ada’ ritual at this place. The report of the comprehensive survey conducted by the Survey of Archaeology is due to be submitted to the Court on 11th December 2023. The opportunity for all Hindus to perform rituals once again at the eighth pavilion (Ashtamandapa) of the Kashi Vishwanath temple will soon arrive. Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj wished for the liberation of Kashi and Mathura. Thus, the time has come to free Kashi and Mathura temples and handover to Sanatan Dharma, stated Vishnu Shankar Jain, Advocate of the Supreme Court who is engaged in battling the case of Gyanvapi in Kashi. He was speaking at the second ‘Maharashtra Mandir-Nyas Parishad’ held at Shri Vighnahar Hall on the topic of ‘Gyanvapi, Kashi, Mathura : The Legal Battle and Success’.

In this context, Advocate Sandeep Jaygude mentioned, “The Muslim community is attempting encroachment by constructing tombs within the precincts of the ancient Shri Narad Muni’s Temple in the town of Nevasa (Nagar District), claiming the temple. Now, the entire land of that temple has been claimed by Waqf. Based on the evidence we have, we have obtained a stay order from the High Court against this decision.”

Mr. Chetan Rajhans (Spokesperson of the Sanatan Sanstha) stated, “the statements like ‘Sanatan Dharma should be destroyed, Sanatan Dharma is like a disease, etc.’ are deliberately made. If today there is talk of ending Sanatan Dharma, tomorrow, it will extend to closing down the temples. Therefore, to oppose such elements in lawful manner, we should file a complaint at the Police station against them for hurting the religious sentiments and take a step towards the protection of Sanatan Dharma.”

Mr. Ramesh Shinde (National Spokesperson of Hindu Janajagruti Samiti) said, “The Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh, Yogi Adityanath, has taken a commendable proactive stance to stop the anti-national conspiracy of ‘Halal Jihad.’ After spending crores of rupees to buy ‘Halal’ certificates, Israel retaliated against the Hamas attack, which led the Islamic organisations to start boycotting the products of Israel. Awareness against ‘Halal Jihad’ has been raised in temples in the US; similarly, we must also take initiative to create awareness through our temples.”

Advocate Vishnu Shankar Jain was felicitated with a shawl and a picture of Vighnahar Shri Ganapati on behalf of Shri Vighnahar Ganpati Temple in Ozar. Mr Ganesh Kawade (President of Shree Vighnahar Ganpati Temple), Mr Anandrao Mande (Trustee), and Mr Suresh Kaudare (President of Bhimashankar Devasthan) were also present. Mr Jitendra Bidve (President of the Lenyadri Devasthan) also felicitated Advocate Vishnu Shankar Jain at this event.

The unveiling of the website of Shri Vighnahar Ganpati Temple Trust

On this occasion, the website of Shree Vighnahar Ganpati Temple Trust was unveiled in the presence of Mr Satyashil Sherkar, the chairman of Shree Vighnahar Cooperative Sugar Factory, Advocate Mr Vishnu Shankar Jain, the chairman of Lenyadri Temple Trust Mr Jitendra Bidwai, the chairman of Shree Vighnahar Ganpati Temple Trust Mr Ganesh Kavade, Sadguru Nandkumar Jadhav, Dharmapracharak of Sanatan Sanstha and other dignitaries.

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