Sawantwadi (Maharashtra): Congress has been always supporting minorities and treating Hindus with hostility right from pre-Independence and has in a way resolved to turn the Hindus into minorities in Hindustan only. Read more »
Karkal: Considering all this Hindus should take active part in Dharmajagruti by uniting at the earliest, said Shri. Mahesh Shetty Timrodi, Putturu District Director of ‘Hindu Jagaran Vedika’, while addressing the Dhrmajagruti Sabha at Karkal. Read more »
Bhor (Pune): A Dharamajagruti Sabha, held at the renowned place, Raireshwar, where Chatrapati Shivaji Maharaj had taken oath to establish Hindavi Swarajya (Kingdom of Hindus), Read more »
Gadag (Karnataka): Arrogant police at Gadag stopped the activists of Hindu Janjagruti Samiti from propagating Dharma ! Read more »
Beed (Maharashtra): Attacks on God, Nation and Dharma are increasing day by day. This is due to lack of Dharmashikshan and unity among Hindus. Hence to protect Dharma and Nation proud Hindus resolve to arrest damage to Dharma and to teach a lesson to the anti-Hindus, in the Dharmajagruti Sabha organized by Hindu Janjagruti Samiti (HJS) at Beed. 11 thousand Hindus attended the meeting held at Shivaji sports ground here. Read more »
Chikamagalur (Karnataka): ‘The terrorism and naxalism is increasing day by day in the country. Disreputed mafias are using money obtained by selling Opium and ganja for terrorist activities. Read more »
Sagar (Karnataka): Around 4500 devout Hindus attended Hindu Dharmajagruti Sabha, organised by HJS here. Read more »
Kochin (Kerala): Hindu Dharmajagruti Sabha was organised here by HJS. This was the first Dharmasabha by HJS in anti-Hindu communist state of Kerala. Read more »
Nagar (Maharashtra): There was tremendous response from the proud Hindus to the vehicular procession, that was organized in order to promote the Hindu Dharmajagruti Sabha. Read more »
Kunigal (Karnataka): Hindus present for Dharmajagruti Sabha here, decided that ‘Unlessanti-Hindus are restrained, the atrocities on Hindu Dharma can never be stopped. Therefore it is mandatory to teach these people a lesson.’ Read more »
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