Jyeshtha Krushna Dvitiya
Special program organized at Nagar on topic ‘Hindu Yuvatinno Abalaa Nako, Ranraagini Banaa ‘(Hindu young women, be ‘Ranaraginis’ and not feeble females)!
Nagar (Maharashtra): Rajmata Jijau made Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj and therefore, he could establish Hindvi Swaraj. Why today’s Hindu women are inactive when we have a commendable tradition of warrior courageous women like Rani Padmini and Rani Lakshmibai etc. Today, there is a need for brave women like Rajmata Jijau. The above views were expressed by Shri. Sunil Ghanavat, the district coordinator of Hindu Janajagruti Samiti for Nagar and Pune.
The special program ‘Hindu Yuvatinno Abalaa Nako, Ranraagini Banaa’ was organized on behalf of HJS with the purpose of awakening ‘Dharma-teja’ among young Hindu women, to train them in self-defence, to make them aware of the gravity of atrocities meted out to them, to develop self-respect in them and to prevent them from blindly following western culture. Shri. Ghanavat said in his address that during the war fought in the year 1971, Hindu women in the age group of 8 to 60 years were raped. In Kashmir, Muslims warned Hindus to leave their women folk behind. In the riots that took place in Dhule, Hindu women were molested. Now a ‘fatwa’ has been issued to convert Hindu girls in exchange of Rs. 200/- Hindu women should therefore, prepare to protect themselves from such lustful vultures.
Women have progressed in education but are lagging behind in culture!
Smt. Prabhatai Bhong of Warakari Sect said, "Muslims are coming and taking our daughters right from under our eyes. Although women have progressed as far as education is concerned but they are lagging behind in ‘sanskars’. There is a need to follow Hindu culture by turning their back to Western culture and as the saying goes ‘Sanghe Shakti Kalouyoge’ i.e. there is strength in being united, they should unite. There is a need for parents to inculcate moral values in children. Mrs. Anjali Joshi of HJS said, during her guidance that was full of ‘kshatra-teja’, that our society has been strongly influenced by the British. We need to know the difference between freedom and promiscuity which can be learnt only by taking ‘Dharma-shikshan’. Hindu young women should be able to pay the opponent with the same coin; they should be prepared to defend themselves by training in self-defence. We have the principle of Goddess Durga and we should awaken it by applying ‘kumkum’ on our foreheads. The program began with recitation of ‘Shakti-stavan’ and concluded with singing of ‘Vande Mataram’. Mrs. Manisha Kayare first acquainted everybody with the activities of HJS whereas Miss Punam Chaurasia coordinated the program. In the end, all devout Hindus took an oath for protection of nation and Dharma.
- A Hindu girl decided to break all ties with a Muslim boy after listening to the guidance.
Source: Dainik Sanatan Prabhat