Practices which have no scriptural sanction, like immersing idols in artificial tanks, donation of worshipped idols etc. are implemented under the guise of combating pollution. But this results in gross denigration of Shri Ganesh. Read more »
Hindu Janajagruti Samiti and like-minded organizations submitted a petition to the Bhor administration seeking to practices, like immersing idols in artificial tanks, donation of worshipped idols etc. as well as to discourage the manufacture and sale of papier mache Ganesh idols (which have been termed as polluting by the NGT). Read more »
A delegation of devout Hindus met Mayor Rohini Shendge here and requested her to take steps to stop the denigration of Shri Ganesh which takes place when the idols are donated or immersed in artificial tanks, which are against the scriptures. Read more »
Hindu Janajagruti Samiti (HJS) had organised meetings to bring all Ganeshotsav mandals on one platform with the aim of using the Ganeshotsav to spread Dharma. These meetings received excellent response. Read more »
A delegation of HJS volunteers and devout Hindus met the Tehsildar Sameer Yadav on 26 th August and demanded that the sale and immersion of papier mache Shri Ganesh idols must be banned by the administration. Read more »
A ‘Hindu Rashtra-jagruti Andolan’ was held on 20th August against this bias on behalf of all devout Hindu organisations in Pune against ‘Maharashtra Pollution Control Board’. Read more »
All Hindu organisations along with various other organisations in Ichalkaranji have demanded permission to immerse Shri Ganesh idols in the Panchaganga River. On 22nd August Hindu Janajagruti Samiti (HJS) submitted a memorandum to Kolhapur administration. Read more »
A demand to immediately end the denigration of Shri Ganesh by implementing anti-Dharma schemes like ‘Artificial immersion tanks’ and ‘Donating Shri Ganesh idols’, has been handed over to the Resident Deputy Collector Mausami Barde here. Read more »
Pollution Control Board maintains silence during festivals of other religions. This is sheer religious bias of the pollution Board. Raju Yadav was addressing the Hindus protesting in the Hindu Rashtra Jagruti Andolan organised by Hindu organisations at Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Chowk in Kolhapur. Read more »
The Pollution Control Board has so far published many reports on how much sound pollution is caused during Hindu festivals; however, not a single report of sound pollution caused by the loudspeakers on the mosques and that caused during other Muslim festivals has been published by the Board. Read more »
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