HJS’s ‘Temple Cleaning Drive’ to celebrate the consecration of Shriram lalla in Ayodhya

HJS’ temple cleaning drive and prayers for Ramrajya – overwhelming participation of devout Hindus of Pune

Devotees taking the pledge of Ram Rajya and Hindu Rashtra

Pune: The Hindu Janajagruti Samiti conducted temple cleaning drives and prayers for Rama Rajya across the nation to celebrate the consecration of Shriram lalla in the Ram Mandir. The Samiti has been organising such temple cleaning drives over the last several years on various occasions. This time around, the Prime Minister of India Mr Narendra Modi had also appealed to the people to clean the temples to commemorate the Ram Mandir inauguration.

The Hindu Janajagruti Samiti held one such drive in Pune district and various temples including those at Gokwadi, Alandewadi, Bhor, temples at Kalepadal, Hadapsar, as well as temples at Waghalwadi, Moigaon, Alandewadi, Bhor, Pimpalkhute were cleaned. Interestingly, this activity witnessed overwhelming support from the devout Hindus of the area. Children and adults alike enthusiastically participated in this activity. They conducted door-to-door outreach to invite everyone for the collective chanting of Shri Ram naam.

After cleaning these temples, all the Hindus gathered together and took the pledge for Ram Rajya and Hindu Rashtra and expressed their gratitude unto Shriram.


1. Hindu Janajagruti Samiti organised a discourse on the topic ‘The need for Ram Rajya, that is Hindu Rashtra’ in Hivare village. Over 300 men and women attended this discourse. The devout Hindus of Hivare village decided to spread the word about the Samiti’s activities in the village and surrounding villages.

Samiti volunteers presenting the Shriram Mandir special issue to Mr Hiralalji Ojha of Akhil ShreeGoud Brahmin Samaj, Pune
 Mr Vaibhav Medhekar (left) presenting the Shriram Mandir special issue to former mayor Mr Murlidhar Mohol

2. The youth of Murum village out in special effort to spread the word about the Hindu Janajagruti Samiti discourse which was attended by over 350 men and women. The villagers requested for Dharma education classes to be started.

3. In Waghalwadi too, the discourse was planned by those who attend the Waghalwadi branch of the Hindu Janajagruti Samiti Dharma education classes. Over 150 men and women attended. They pledged to implement the various initiatives of the HJS, so that Waghalwadi village will be the first to experience Hindu Rashtra.

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