‘Hindu women should emulate ‘Jijau’ to raise a child like Shivaji !’

Jyeshtha Krushna Pratipada Kaliyug Varsha 5112

Ner (Dist. Yeotmal, Maharashtra): Had ‘Jijau’ thought of Shivba’s career, we would not have been able to live as Hindus; therefore, Hindu women need to follow the path of “Jijau’ and raise their children like Shivaji, said Mrs. Prachi Juvekar of ‘Ranaragini’.

She was speaking in a program organized by Hindu Janajagruti Samiti (HJS) for Hindu women appealing them to become ‘Ranaragini’ and not just be weak. The program was attended by 150 devout Hindu women.

Mr. Shrikant Pisolkar, the district-coordinator of HJS for Vidarbha said, “The Government which has gone for discussing peace with the enemy country rather than destroying the places of training camps of terrorists, will not protect either you or me or this Nation.

 Such Government needs to be shown its right place and it is necessary to educate self in matters related to Dharma and follow ‘Dharmacharan’ as it is the need of the hour.”

Source: Daily Sanatan Prabhat

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