Jyeshtha Shuklapaksha 4, Kaliyug Varsha 5116
Yadnya (Sacrificial fire) has a unique significance in Sanatan Vedic Dharma. It is said, ‘अग्निमुखा वै देवाः । (Agnimukha vai Devaha |)’, which means – ‘Yadnya is the mouth of the Deities’. Performing Yadnya amounts to offering food in the form of samidha (Firewood) to the mouths of the Deities. The Dharmayadnya of establishing the ‘Hindu Rashtra’ has been lit through the medium of the ‘All India Hindu Convention’. This Yadnya needs samidha which are ready to sacrifice themselves to serve the cause of Dharma. Complete sacrifice in a Yadnya is the only life-purpose of samidha. Similarly, complete sacrifice to serve the cause of establishing the ‘Hindu Rashtra’ should be the only life-purpose of those who are passionate about establishing the ‘Hindu Rashtra’.
Mere representations will not help the cause of establishing the ‘Hindu Rashtra’. It is only after a Dharmakranti that we will be able to establish the ‘Hindu Rashtra’. Therefore, this Convention is not for mere spectators. This is for activists of Dharma who have the tenacity to achieve the aim of establishing the ‘Hindu Rashtra’. Do not ever think, ‘What can a handful achieve ?’ Remember, it is just a handful of people who were ever-prepared to sacrifice their body, mind, wealth and life for this Nation that changed the course of history.
That the ‘Hindu Rashtra’ will be established in Bharat by the year 2023 is certain. If we dedicate ourselves to this Yadnya of reinstating Dharma with an attitude that, ‘I am a samidha in the Yadnya’, it will spiritually uplift all those who are working to serve the cause of the ‘Hindu Rashtra’.
– Dr Jayant Balaji Athavale, Source of Inspiration, Hindu Janajagruti Samiti