Aashadh Shuddha Pratipada
Sangvi (Maharashtra): Lack of knowledge about Dharma is resulting in Hindu women falling prey to various baits and they are ruining their lives. Rajamata Jijau is the example of woman power; what a woman can do. All Hindu young women need to follow her footsteps in the present time. Leading one’s life as per Dharma is the utmost duty of everyone. Hindu Dharma is a ‘Shiva-Dhanushya’ which has been taken on by Hindu Janajagruti Samiti (HJS). To teach a lesson to fanatic negative energies, now women should also get ready along with men. The above appeal was recently made by H. Babruvahan Wagh Maharaj, the Chairman of Gajanan Maharaj Seva Nyaas. He was speaking on the occasion of inauguration of ‘Ranaragini’ branch established by HJS.
The program was organized to take up training Hindu young women so that they can defend themselves i.e. they become ‘Ranaraginis’ on this day as it was the death anniversary day of Rajamata Jijau. The program began with lighting of a lamp and worshipping the pictures of Rajmata Jijau and Rani Lakshmibai of Zansi. Ms Pratima Lone and Manasi Ekhe sang the ‘Shakti-stavan’.
Mrs. Mukta Sawant of HJS said, “We have forgotten that we are ‘Ranachandika’, ‘Ranaragini’ and ‘Durga’. We have to twist the hands of all those who raise their hands against Hindu Dharma.” Mrs. Sawant also spoke about our family system, culture and glorifying history by giving many examples.
Shri. Parag Gokhale of HJS said that few western philosophers make false allegations that in Hindu Dharma, women are treated as secondary citizens based on which many organizations are flourishing to liberate women. In Hindu Dharma, in fact, a woman is given the position of ‘Adi-shakti’. We have women who were sages and scientists. Today, Hindu woman needs to wake up for the protection of Dharma and Nation.
Source: Dainik Sanatan Prabhat