Ponda (Goa): Circulars, in the name of H. H. Padmanabha Sampradaya Trust, Tapobhumi, Kundai-Goa’ have been distributed spreading disinformation about Hindu Dharmajagruti Sabha organized by Hindu Janajagruti Samiti. Read more »
Goa: A circular has been issued by Thelman Pereira, Secretary of Marxist Communist Party (MCP), Goa appealing ‘Maharashtravadi Gomantak Party (MGP)’ to keep away from HJS’s Dharmajagruti meeting. Read more »
Chiplun (Ratnagiri): In tho holy land of Bhagawan Sree Parshuram, Chiplun, ‘Hindu Dharmajagruti Sabha’ was organized by ‘Hindu Janjagruti Samiti’. More than 3000 devout Hindus attended this meeting. Read more »
Pimpri (Maharashtra): A road-show would also be held by HJS of the play titled ‘Hindu Teja Jaag Re’ after the rally. Read more »
Jalgaon (Maharashtra): Everyone must devote a few hours daily for activities related to Dharma : Shri. Ramesh Shinde, Maharashtra State Spokesperson, HJS Read more »
Kolhapur (Maharashtra): In order to canvass for the ‘Hindu Dharmajagruti Sabha’, many HJS’ members have been meeting various Saints, all of them gave assurance that ‘they would ask as many Varkaris as they could to come to this Sabha’. Read more »
Dmbivali (Maharashtra):The Sanatan’s ‘Dharma Rath’ was taken out in a procession through the lanes of Dombivali city with the larger objective of inviting the people for the ‘Hindu Dharmajagruti Sabha’ of Hindu Janjagruti Samiti and creating religious awakening among the masses. Read more »
Special interview of Dr. Durgesh Samant, the national spokesperson of Hindu Janajagruti Samiti (HJS) was telecast in the background of Dharma-jagruti Sabha on ‘Vruttadarshan’ and ‘In Solapur’network’s ‘Bhakti’ channels. Read more »
HJS has organized the Dharmasabha (mass public meeting) at Panvel to create awareness against the anti-Hindu Bills. It receives overwhelming responce from proud Hindus. Read more »
Dr. Durgesh Samant, the national spokesperson of Hindu Janajagruti Samiti (HJS) said that we know the adverse effects of ‘Temple take-over’ Bill in other States and it is quite clear that the secular Government has an eye on the temple funds. Read more »
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