HJS begins campaign to unite Hindus along with Sanatan Sanstha

On the occasion of ‘Ardhakumbha Mela’, many saints, sects, spiritual organizations and Hindu organizations have come together. Hindu Janajagruti Samiti (HJS) and Sanatan Sanstha and have started a campaign to unite Hindus and create awareness among Hindus towards their Dharma. Read more »

Denigration of deities: Police argue before registering complaint

Crackers with pictures of deities and national heroes are freely sold in the city of Amaravati. A complaint was therefore, registered, in writing, with the police by Shiv Sena, Chhava Organisation, Goraksha Bachao Andolan, Sanatan Sanstha and Hindu Janajagruti Samiti. Before noting down the complaint, police unnecessarily had argument with the complainants.

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